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U video prilogu iznad pogledajte Fresh Jay-ev nastup na DMC World Championshipu 1995.,  kada je pobjednik bio Roc Raida, a ovdje možete pogledati Cro DMC Finale u Zagrebu iz iste godine.

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This track didn’t make it to his ‘Dare Iz A Darkside’ album. He uses a sample from KRS-One’s Sound Of The Police, also the track features a verse from Redman’s sister Roz.

Via RHHH.

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Off M.E.D.’s latest album Classic.

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Al Lindstrom

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Keith talks about his beef with Tupac, Def Squad, drug problems, Def Jam record deal and more.

57th Ave

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As Coalmine Records five-year anniversary campaign comes to an end, the Brooklyn-based boutique is pleased to release their latest digital single titled “Real Talk” from heavyweight spitter, Torae. “Real Talk” is produced by underground beatsmith Young Cee, who has crafted tracks for the likes of Scarface, Little Brother, Edo G, Special Teamz and Krumbsnatcha, among others.

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Tune in to Blackout Radio Show on Radio 808 tonight (7 PM CET) and catch the premiere of Koolade’s brand new song All Round Philly featuring Peedi Crakk.
Stream the show here.
Hosted by DJ Phat Phillie.

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The first rap battle of 2012 is officially in full swing and “Sway in the Morning” on Shade 45 and RapFix has the exclusive. Rumblings of a Common and Drake back and forth began to surface after the Chi-town MC dropped his single “Sweet” back in November, ranting about soft MCs. A month later Com admitted that Drake (and other soft rappers) was a target and on Friday Drizzy fired back lyrically with his verse on Rick Ross’ “Stay Schemin’.” Now, Common has responded on “Stay Schemin (Remix),” a track that debuted Monday on Sway Calloway’s “Sway in the Morining.”

“He opened his mouth and said some things, so if that’s what he want—all that subliminal [talk]…you could do that too, but say it now,” Common told Sway when the MTV News correspondent and Shade 45 radio host asked if “Sweet” was directed at the Young Money stand-out. “The verse is about me but when you hear some of the stuff on the chorus it’s like you can’t help but think about dude and I guess that’s what he felt. So at the end of day he fits in that category, he already embraced it, so wear it.”

On “Stay Schemin’” Drake fired back at an unnamed foe, a foe many believe to be Common. “Don’t be duckin’ like you never wanted nothin’/ It’s feelin’ like rap changed it was a time it was rugged/ Back when if a n—a reached it was for the weapon/ Nowadays n—as reach just to sell their record,” Drake spit.

Common hasn’t been the only one throwing shots at the Toronto MC. Com’s G.O.O.D. Music running mate Pusha T has also been involved in a battle of subliminals with Drake. Both Push and Common have recently released projects, though it is plausible that Drizzy’s bars were more directly aimed at Com, seeing as how “Sweet” came out a little more than a month before Common’s The Dreamer,The Believer LP.

Via MTV.

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