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Check out photos from Pusha T’s recent show at Villette Street Festival HERE!

Pusha T will be headlining New Yorker Fresh Island – Europe’s #1 hip-hop beach festival!

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Soul revealed the release date of his third studio album These Days…, and the date is June 24th.
Hit continue reading to check out some new visuals for Ab-Soul’s verse from Stigmata.

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Rrose Rrome ft. Sheek Louch - Like That

Stream and download Rrose Rrome’s new track Like That.

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Black Snow 2 out now.

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Check out the New Yorker Fresh Island Festival 2014 line-up here.

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Produced by Maurice Sinclair

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Recorded Live at The Do-Over Los Angeles on May 25th, 2014 with special guest host Rapper Big Pooh.

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Legendary rapper R.A. The Rugged Man is back in the director’s chair for the rambunctious and hysterical new video “Definition Of A Rap Flow”, off his latest album Legends Never Die. Among the Rugged Man’s most infectious videos to date, “Definition Of A Rap Flow” features cameos from a host of hip-hop luminaries, from legends like Grandmaster Caz, Sadat X, Chill Rob G, Dinco D, and the Beatnuts to new-school talent like Chris Webby. Combining the style and essence of hip-hop’s Golden Era with technically flawless new-school lyricism, “Definition Of A Rap Flow” is yet another reminder of the Rugged Man’s undeniable place in the pantheon of all-time great emcees.

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Eeva, or better known as Iva Pletikosic is a Serbian soulstress who got her break through a talent show in Serbia as a semi-finalist last year. She stood out by doing a rendition of Erykah Badu’s song “On & on,” so well that she even received a compliment from Miss Badu herself. Eeva succinctly infuses hip hop with R&B, by doing this in a country that is heavily influenced by techno-pop, she’s also paving the way for other female soulful musicians’ to come out as the men are currently dominating the genre.

We chat to Eeva about her first EP ”Part of the plan,” why she jokes that there are just enough Soul/R&B performers to fit one band in Serbia and why releasing her style of music was a risky move in her country. Margaret Tra writes.

Read the interview HERE.

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“Broken Again” is the first set of visuals from Pharoahe Monch’s PTSD.

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