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One of the dopest female emcees ever doing it like this. Black Hand Side is off her 3rd album Black Reign released in nine trey.

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Just few days away from the release of The Darkest Hour LP, Madchild is back again alongside Joseph Rose with Hands Dirty.

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After debuting his hard-hitting new album, The Way We Were last week, Harlem emcee Milano Constantine drops a new music video for the title track, which is produced by DJ Skizz.

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Very dope project that I’ve slept on up until today. CookBook & Evidence‘s A Whole New Cook EP was released almost a year ago and is fully produced by EV. TBH is the 3rd single featuring DJ Babu.

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Harlem rappers Dave East and A$AP Ferg get together on a brand new track titled “Paper Chasing.” The song appears on Def Jam‘s latest Direct Deposit compilation LP, which also features Iggy Azalea’s brand new single “Can’t Lose” featuring Lil Uzi Vert. The two rappers spit super hot fire over some hard-hitting production, flexing hard while talking about their sleepless grind. Listen to the track below. Direct Deposit features music by 2 Chainz, Big Sean, Fabolous, Vince Staples, Jhené Aiko, YG, Jeremih and August Alsina.

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So Fresh Island posted on their Tumblr page the best things to do while at the festival a few days ago. Check out the full list via their Tumblr page.

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Killer Mike and El-P stop by and talk about everything from their albums, politics, and why evolution in Hip Hop is not only good but necessary.

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Zagrebački MC SharP izbacio je novu traku koja nosi naziv Volim. Poslušajte kako Pacijent zvuči preko beata Kraj grupe ONI.

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Hailing from Jamaica, Queens DJ Fatfingaz tears it down on the second volume of 5 Minutes of Funk.

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Three decades ago DJ Scott LaRock and the Blastmaster KRS-ONE delivered the killing blow over a dancehall-flavored track The Bridge is Over and the hierarchy of Hip Hop changed forever. Mass Appeal reached out to Kool DJ Red Alert, who actually made a cameo appearance on the record, to break down the roots of the conflict, going all the way back to when BDP was known as 12:41. “The whole thing was fun”, Red Alert stresses. “It was all about the microphone and who demolished who”.

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