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Produced by Domingo

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First new track by Jurassic 5 since the reunion! Produced by Heavy D.

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Blackout TV went to Ljubljana, Slovenia to catch up with our brother Masta Ace at his Gala Hala performance w/ Marco Polo & Stricklin. Check the interview here!

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Living Legend dropping soon.

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Brand new tune from Black Sheep’s Dres. Produced by DJ Bazooka Joe.

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Pro Era finally gives you the full version to Kirk Knight’s track “Extortion” which features Dyemond Lewis.

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The word anniversary once referred to the commemorative feast in honor of a Catholic saint. Today we use the term for a celebration of any past event that took place the year or years prior on the same date.

This year in particular marks the 20th Anniversary of a hip-hop record distinguished by its raw sound, uncompromising lyricism, and social commentary: Jeru the Damaja’s debut album, The Sun Rises In The East. 1994 was a powerful, transformative year for hip-hop. Nas, OutKast, and Biggie Smalls each dropped their debut albums, while other more established artists released projects regarded both then and now as milestones in the genre. Jeru was only 21 years old when he recorded the The Sun Rises; 22 when it came out on Payday Records. And the album was well received in the hip-hop community.

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Q dropped new visuals for his track Hoover Street from his new album Oxymoron, in stores now.

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