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BlackoutHipHop ponosno najavljuje koncert grupe M.O.P. i u Ljubljani – Mash Out Posse 9. ožujka stižu u Cvetličarnu!
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Kao što smo već najavili, kao predgrupa nastupit će Mrigo i Ghet s nekoliko gostiju, koji će predstaviti svoj novi album Mrigz’n’Ghet Hitz, a na gramofonima će Vas zabavljati DJ K’POW (RDYO DJs) i DJ Phat Phillie (Blackout).
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We bring you the second single off Stephen Marley’s upcoming album that is currently slated for release in April with the title Revelation Part One: The Root of Life.
?uestlove of The Roots worked with Nike on two special make up Dunk Hi sneakers. The Dunk Hi Strap comes in Varsity Red and features a never-before-seen button down lace cover, while the Dunk Hi Bz takes a more traditional approach in an all yellow colorway. Each sneaker features a silhouette of the artist, complete with his signature fro-pick.
See more shots below.
Little Brother’s chief engineer and producer Khrysis demonstrates Native Instruments Maschine MIDI Controller by assembling a chopped-up Soul sample then auditions drums on the 8 pads to make a beat from scratch.
Via Collectors Item.
Continue reading for a description of the Maschine from N.I.
Great quality video footage of Gang Starr perfoming ‘Full Clip’ live at Splash! Festival (Chemnitz, Germany) in 2003. R.I.P to Keith Elam.
Those who haven’t heard of Splash! Festival before, visit their website and check out first acts of 2011 line up. This year is the 14th Splash! Festival, taking place on July 8. – 10. at Ferropolis, Germany.
Video of ‘Sure Shot’ live at Splash! after the jump.
We bring you the official cover for Snoop’s forthcoming album Doggumentary and a new track which will be featured on the LP.
The man behind the rhymes of Dr. Dre and several other superstar artists reveals to DX the reasons for professionally separating from his “brother.”
Hip Hop’s most accomplished ghostwriter, The D.O.C., has ended his working relationship with Dr. Dre.
Speaking exclusively to HipHopDX on Wednesday (January 26th), the mind behind rhymes for Eazy-E, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and several other artists within the Ruthless Records, Death Row Records and Aftermath Entertainment camps over his 23 year tenure in the music industry explained to DX why he has ceased contributing to Dre’s long-delayed Detox.
Read the full article here.
PESO UPDATE: Part 2 of the discussion: The D.O.C. Elaborates On Dr. Dre Split, Reveals Request From Eminem