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This year marks 30 years since Big Daddy Kane‘s debut release of “Long Live The Kane”. He stopped by the Drink Champs to have a few glasses of red wine and talk about his impaccable career.

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GTF Crew iz Kopera je izbacio novu jaku stvar “Get The F*ck Out”. Za hook u stilu Pharoahe Monch-a gostuje Crni, za instrumental je zadužen Neongee Beatz, a Benjamin Shock za cuts.

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Lil Uzi Vert took a break from beefing to drop his new single “200 My Dash”.

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Sticky Fingaz returns with a new video entitled Change My Life.

The Apocalyptic clip takes it’s music from Sticky’s forthcoming It’s About T.I.M.E. (The Illest Man Ever) (Digital Audio Movie). The project will feature a album along with a movie.

Hit Continue Reading to check the tracklist.

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The first self-titled single from Suspect‘s upcoming debut album Razorblade Music features CA emcee Demrick.

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Watch DJ Jazzy Jeff‘s crew taking few days off and hit the streets to absorb some of the local culture in Bali.

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Like in the past years, DJ Phekt from Austria did a recap of his favourites and some relevant Hip Hop-Tunes from last year, mixed in 40 minutes for Radio FM4.

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Hotboy Turk teamed up with Lil Wayne and Kodak Black for this new joint called “F*k How It Turn Out”. For this year, former Hotboys member Turk has a new EP, audibiography and a documentary about his life in the pipeline.

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I dug out some seriously dope ass music recently and I’m very grateful for it. I mean, l heard a remix so dope (not the one in this post), I had to pause as the energy of that composition went through my entire mind and body shit is crazy.

Here we have a superb alteration for Coolio‘s ’95 joint initially titled Sumpin’ New, under which name it appeared on his 2nd album Gangsta’s Paradise and got a slight retitle as a single release in ’96, fully titled 1,2,3,4 (Sumpin’ New). Remix is made by a brilliant and slept-on low-key LA producer Esco. No official info but as it was uploaded 2 weeks ago, my guess is this was made last year.

Stay tuned

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Jay Rock visited Justin Credible and DJ Sourmilk on L.A. Leakers to talk about new material and Marvel’s Black Panther soundtrack.

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