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Many are desensitized to the power of words due to glorification in rap, of all things negative equating to a positive outcome. Chicago emcee/producer Skrip, seeks to push the message that words have power in both the negative and positive, to build up or tear down.”Say” is an inspiring song about standing out for what you believe as truth while being vocal in the midst of chaos. Along for the ride from Washington Heights is Reach Records (Lecrae, Trip Lee, etc.) artist Andy Mineo.

Download Skrip’s free album The Und_rscore II here.

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Mic Handz kept in good company during the making of the album; to bring this project to fruition, he enlisted such industry greats as Big Daddy Kane, Treach (of Naughty by Nature), MIMS, Sean Price & Tha Rockness Monstah (Heltah Skeltah), Lady Luck, General Steele (of Smiff-n-Wessun) and Lieght & Lee Majors (of Da Bush Babees), among others. Original production is supplied by Chris “TRAXX” Rogers, Fantom of the Beat, Aaron “Freedom” Lyles, Alterbeats, The Artzmen, Nickel Plated, Brook Brovas and more.

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09.02. — Tuzla / Club Palma
23.02. — Bihać / Kino Una
27.02. — Zagreb / Club Secret
02.03. — Visoko / Club Puls
08.03. — Ljubljana / Orto Club
23.03. — Bihać / Club Santos
4. Mjesec — Beograd
5. Mjesec — Beč

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Tyrese, Ginuwine and Tank are back with bedroom RnB single from their upcoming album which should be released later this year.


Beat i video: Dj.Goce/Bootlegz Bassement


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As the first signing to industry luminary Sylvia Rhone’s Vested In Culture label, Los Angeles rapper Casey Veggies has made a name for himself since the last time JAY Z’s Life+Times rolled with him. In this episode of “DECODED,” Casey breaks down the meaning behind his song “Whip It,” from his recently released mixtape “Life Changes”.



DJ Franchise:

Easy Mo Bee was instrumental in some of the most ground-breaking productions of hip-hop artists in the 90s era. Widely known for his influential musical presence with B.I.G.’s “Ready to Die”, Easy Mo Bee brought a futurized funk to a genre that was unheard of. His work with so many greats still demands to be recognized. This mix helps serve that purpose.

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Hip-Hop pioneers Erick Sermon and Parrish Smith better known as EPMD were featured on the latest episode of TV One’s Unsung series last night. They were some of the best selling and most consistent artists of their era and in this episode, the rappers take us through the journey of their celebrated career and business, also explaing their longevity in the process. The duo is also joined by friends such as Redman, DMC, Keith Murray and more.

Via Yardie.

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