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At the 20th anniversary tour of the classic “Stunts, Blunts, & Hip Hop” album, we sat down with the great Diamond D to talk about the highlight records of his career. Such as The Original Jazzy Jay “Cold Chillin’ in the Studio Live”, Diamond D and The Psychotic Neurotics “Stunts, Blunts and Hip-Hop”, A Tribe Called Quest “Low End Theory”, Diamond D “Hatred, Passions and Infidelity”, D.I.T.C. “Day One”, Tha Alkaholiks “Coast II Coast”, MED “Push Come To Shove”, Pharoahe Monch “W.A.R.”. He also shared his thoughts on the Mac Miller/Lord Finesse lawsuit, the long awaited D.I.T.C. reunion album and the plans for his new solo record “The Diam Piece”.

Previous: Crate Diggers: Diamond D’s Vinyl Collection

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Chuck D says it never reached him. This letter can be found in the Tupac Resurrection book.
Hit continue reading to check page 2.

Via MI.

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One of the solo A.G. joints from the Luv NY project gets the visual treatment. Produced by Ray West.
Luv NY is a group consisted od A.G. and O.C.

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Sunday Roots n Culture (Radio 808) vam predstavlja Winter Swag Dancehall Bashment!
Petak u Mastersu, 18.1. pripremite se za vruće ritmove s Jamajke.
Očekujte selekciju rootsa, dancehalla i soce za koju će se pobrinuti članovi King Shango Soundsystema i Pulap Reggae Stationa direktno iz Pule, DJ Cool Name i lokalna plesna skupina Hot It Up svojim plesnim showom koji će vas ostaviti bez daha!

Više informacija potražite na Facebook eventu.

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Novi uradak Lil Beara iz Vinkovaca. Ovaj video je ujedno i njegova prijava za ovogodišnji Grand Beatbox Battle

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The artist formerly known as N.O.R.E. dropped a new record, from his upcoming album Student Of The Game.

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T.I. was the musical guest on Fallon to promote his latest album, Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head. Tip performs his album cut “Ball.” Lil’ Wayne isn’t on hand for his verse, but the live energy The Roots provide for the track more then compensates.

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Let’s begin with a disclaimer: Nas doesn’t endorse the following sentence. But he’s the greatest lyricist of all time.
Those words were carefully chosen: “lyricist” over “rapper” or “hip-hop artist;” “greatest” instead of “most successful;” “all time” rather than “today.” Those distinctions are important. Still, Nas isn’t buying it.
“It’s wayyyyyy, way, way too early in our lives,” he said when asked where he fits among history’s best MCs. “It’s great to put a list together, but don’t take it too seriously because your list won’t matter 10 years from now or 15 years from now. It’ll be a different list.”
OK, no lists then; just a strong case for Nas being the best rhymesmith ever, the GOAT, numero uno, and a humble concession that this is but one man’s opinion and yours are enthusiastically welcomed below.

Read the article HERE.

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