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Video for Moka Only & Chief’s single “Crickets”, off their recent same-titled full-length album.

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Stones Throw founder Peanut Butter Wolf goes shopping at Amoeba Hollywood.

Via CK.

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Das EFX performed in Zagreb for the first time back in ’98 at the Blackout Radio’s 5th anniversary… Here are some pics from Aquarius Club & Radio 101. Enjoy!
Check the photo gallery after the jump, and watch the whole show here.

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Michigan producer Apollo Brown and veteran Diggin’ In The Crates crew emcee O.C. announced to HipHopDX this afternoon that they are collaborative releasing a March 27th album. Titled Trophies, the work will be O.C.’s first album since 2009’s Oasis with band-mate A.G.

The project, which will release on Mello Music Group, was reportedly developed in New York but fully-recorded in Apollo’s studio in Detroit, Michigan. The release features 16 songs that reportedly all carry strong concepts.

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Prvi Phat Fridays tulum u 2012. očekuje vas danas u klubu Groove (Petrinjska 4) od 23 h. Najbolje od R&B-a i Hip Hopa birati će Phat Phillie i Independent, a za besplatne upate se javite na blackouthiphop@gmail.com

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First single from Gift Of Gab’s (of Blackalicious) new album The Next Logical Progression, dropping March 27th on Quannum Projects.

Via 2DB.

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Watch the latest music video from Pusha T — “What Dreams Are Made Of.” Directed by Jason Goldwatch, the powder-inspired video brings to life one of Pusha T’s most memorable tracks from his latest record “Fear of God II: Let Us Pray”

Via Red Bull.

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From Phonte’s new album Charity Stays At Home.

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Here is the latest set of visuals from ‘Future Before Nostalgia”
“Break Loose” is a throwback to the era which influenced the spirit behind the album Future Before Nostalgia. An homage to Big Daddy Kane, Rakim and those that came before him Rasheed is is true B-Boy form as Kenny provides him with a track that reflects the past while infused with the future.
DJ Scratch (EPMD) once again shows the world why the late-great Jason Mizzel crowned him a “Jam Master” for this era. This song serves as a bridge between era’s and as a nod to the founders that the culture will be preserved.
The video was shot by Zunbug Turskee in conjunction with Creative Control.

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