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Snimka s koncerta Lil Famea i Termanologya koji se prošlog mjeseca održao u beogradskom klubu Ilegala.

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Bun B, Z-Ro, Scarface, Willie D, Slim Thug and Lil Keke jump on Beyonce’s I Been On for the H-Town remix.


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This is just one of many old Blackout Rap Show @ Radio 101 tapes with DJ Frx & myself that we’ll be posting on our blog. It features Dead Prez, El Da Sensei & DJ 279 interviews + records we played on May 12th, 1998. Enjoy & share!
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Download: Side A | Side B (Right click / save link as)


Daz Dillinger, Kurupt and Snoop Dogg new smash that they dedicated to their hometown, L.A. Here’s 2 U. Mr. Lion morphed back into Tha Doggfather for this record, resulting in a classic DPG record. The production provided by Charlie Red.
Download the track here.



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Mos premiered “Black Jesus” in Phoenix just 24 hours ago and releases the CDQ today. His upcoming joint project alongside Mannie Fresh is titled, OMFGOD and will be dropping soon.

Source: Nah Right


Reuniting as a collective after over a year of personal disputes, both Havoc and Prodigy rejoined forces as Mobb Deep to perform at this year’s Paid Dues festival in San Bernardino, California.
After promising a return to the stage together, the San Manuel Amphitheater bared witness to this much anticipated event on March 30. Caught on film by the good folks at Hip Hop Heisenberg, Havoc and P are seen performing their classic hip-hop anthem “Shook Ones Pt.II” to the open air audience.

Source: SoulCulture




Enjoy a 1991 documentary where some of the most controversial Hip Hop acts of their time get together to lend a deeper perspective of life behind their music. Hosted by Luke Skywalker, Chuck D, Too Short, Ice-T, Geto Boys, H.W.A & 2 Live Crew speak their mind about the harshness of American society which reflects their outlook of life and inspires the messages within their music. Take a trip back to the era which birthed the use of Parental Advisory stickers on Hip Hop albums.

These emerging voices of the ghetto optimised the rebel spirit of American society and caught a large part of the industry off-guard with an uncensored view of their life. This breakthrough of reality rap birthed a generation of classics and fueled an entire music industry despite early backlash. In this documentary get a look into the minds of these rebels for a deeper insight beyond their classic recordings.

Additional appearances and comments by Russell Simmons, Alan Light, Hank Shocklee, Spike Lee, KRS One of Boogie Down Productions, Ice Cube (Lench Mob), Bobby Seale (Black Panther), Grand Master Flash, Armond White, Dr. Cornell West, Jam Master Jay (Run D.M.C.), Max Roach, Omar Bin Hassan (The Last Poets), Scott Ian(Anthrax), The Fresh Prince (Will Smith), Whodini, Geronimo and the S1W’s top 10 reading materials.

Source: Collector’s Item