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Tulumarka donosi galeriju fotki s ovotjednog Phat Fridays-a, gdje je gostovao DJ Katch iz Frankfurta.
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Just Dizle’s Soul Train Mix, dedicated to the memory of Don Cornelius.
Download the mix here and hit continue reading to check the tracklist.

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Moj Svijet se nalazi na mixtapeu Double Effect Vol. 2, kojeg možete skinuti ovdje.

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Naughty frontman Treach and Lord Gang’s Doitall are among a newly formed group comprised of some of the state’s best emcees, known as the Garden State Greats (GSG). The group — comprised of Trigger Treach, Doitall, Fam Famiil, Tah G Ali, Prince Ak, B-Wellz 211 and The 0-50 Boyz — have been hard at work over the past several months on their debut mixtape … and it’s finally here. We hooked up with the new group to exclusively debut the tape, titled State Honor, a collection of new tracks from GSG and close collaborators. The debut mixtape boasts 18 brand new songs featuring all members of the group, as well as verses from Tha Advocate, Whodini, and JD Williams (“The Wire”), among others.

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M-Phazes drops the first official single for his remix album Phazed Out, which drops digitally on February 14th and on CD on February 28th through Coalmine Records. The single is a remix of Coalmine’s inaugural single “The Raw” which features Saigon, Inspectah Deck and Bekay and includes an updated scratch chorus provided by DJ Boogie Blind (X-ecutioners, Pharoahe Monch). Phazed Out is a compilation of select singles taken from Coalmine’s catalog, remixed by the Aria Award winning M-Phazes and mixed/arranged by DJ Rhettmatic, former DMC West Coast Champion. Guest features on Phazed Out include Heltah Skeltah, CL Smooth, Emilio Rojas, Skyzoo, Sadat X, El Da Sensei, Torae, Brown Bag AllStars, Chubb Rock, DJ Revolution, Mela Machinko, Krondon, Phil The Agony, Mista Sinista & more.

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In ’93, The Green Eyed Bandit made a pit stop in the Bay to promote his No Pressure album and appeared on episode 6 of the Hip Hop Slam TV series, a local rap program airing on Oakland station Soulbeat. Things opened up with a bit of a surprise, the E-Double cutting up LL’s “Rock the Bells” on the 1′s and 2′s. He then chopped it up about his then new Def Squad label, deftly sidestepped questions about the EPMD breakup and explained why he admires Teddy Riley.

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Galeriju fotki sa sinoćnje promocije albuma Koolade Beats Rocky pogledajte na Facebook fan pageu kluba Pepermint.
Koolade Beats Rocky možete besplatno skinuti ovdje!

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