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Reper Pestipeto izbacio je svoj album pod nazivom Princ Rebelion. Album se sastoji od 11 pjesama gdje na dvije pjesme gostuje Ai. Stream poslušajte na linku iznad, a ovdje možete preuzeti cijeli materijal.

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Dynamic duo that recently celebrated 30 years of their first album, reunited in Croatia in Poreč last weekend and prepared a brilliant, magnificent and unforgetable show for all who witnessed… And we are very grateful.

Yes sir, we witnessed the show too, it was fuckin’ amazing so here’s a classic off their 2nd album He’s The DJ, I’m The Rapper, released in ’88.

Produced by Bryan “Chuck” New, DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, Pete Q. Harris

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DJ Premier sat down with Genius for the latest installment of Genius Level, their live conversation series with icons of the music business, including influential artists, songwriters, producers, and executives. During the wide-ranging interview, Preemo reflected on his legacy in Hip-Hop, from his early days as half of Gang Starr to his work with legends like Nas, JAY-Z and The Notorious B.I.G.

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CA emcee Aliano & Johannesburg beatsmith Jakk Wonders get the assist from Brooklyn vet Ruste Juxx on the new track The First Step. It serves as the lead single from Aliano & Jakk Wonders‘ upcoming project, The Vanguard Heist, scheduled for release in late September/ early October. Grab a free copy of The First Step via AudioMack below.

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Back with a surprise release, The Artifacts are well intact with their latest single, Left In My Dust. In true New Jersey fashion, Tame One & El Da Sensei have joined forces with fellow Jersey vet, K-Def handling production. Grab a free digital copy of the single and order the 7″ vinyl via SoundCloud below.

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Check out A$AP Ferg’s latest video installment for his single Nandos. The track is taken from his new album Still Striving available everywhere.

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It’s been seven-years since DJ Kay Slay released an album (The Streetsweeper Vol. 1 & The Streetsweeper Vol.2 were both top 10 debuts on Billboard’s Hip-Hop Chart), but just like Kay’s previous red-carpet events, The Big Brother is star-studded and diverse; including Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Mac Miller, Kevin Gates, Tech9Ne, The Game, Dave East, Fat Joe, Busta Rhymes, Raekwon, Scarface, Jadakiss, Juicy J, Jay Rock, French Montana, Ice-T, Nipsey Hussle, Beanie Sigel, Freeway, E-40 and many, many others.

Today, Kay Slay unveils one of the more anticipated tracks, “Cold Summer,” featuring Kendrick Lamar, Mac Miller & Kevin Gates from his forthcoming The Big Brother project

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Crooner Frank Ocean dropped the surprise single “Provider” during the seventh episode of his Beats 1 Radio show BlondedRADIO. Shortly after the release, Ocean premiered a lyrical video starring visual artist Tom Sachs, who can be seen customizing a boombox with bigger speaker cones and a Velcro-attached machete. As the tape begins to play, “Provider” lyrics are counted along with a bouncing Hello Kitty head.

“Provider” also includes a slew of references from Aphex Twin, shoegaze, Talking Heads, Jaws, Patagonia sportswear, and Stanley Kubrick. Ocean has yet to release the video on YouTube, but you can check it out over at

Via HB

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Scottish producer Nasty P recruits a Boston squad of lyricist for his new track. Check out the video for No Tellin and grab a vinyl copy of the self-titled EP via Bandcamp.

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19 years after making a slam dunk on the basketball court with He Got Game, nothing has changed for Public Enemy. Chuck D, Professor Griff and company assist their RCS Music artist Antlive with Give Me The Ball. The video cleverly weaves its metaphor of hoops and Hip-Hop and uses archival footage of both basketball and B-boys, while both Chuck and Ant drop some jewels on B-ball history.

Give Me The Ball is taken from Antlive‘s Ant’s La Flama Blanca LP.

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