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The Jersey City emcee may be stirring up headlines these days with his string of Drake disses, but let’s be real: We’ve always wanted to get Joe into the hot seat. The hip-hop rabble-rouser proves that whether it’s a hot-sauce duel or a rap battle, he never backs down.


Tibor u suradnji s Rootinom izbacio treću traku pod nazivom Imam s nadolazećeg EP-ja Drugi put za um. Za produkciju pjesme zaslužan je Burky.


Smooth Hip-House track from Chicago’s somewhat slept-on cat Mr. Lee. Get Busy was released as a single and was a major hit, which appeared on his debut album a year later in 1990 which also sold well.

Produced by Mr .Lee

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On Valentine’s Day in 2014, De La Soul did something surprising: The group gave away almost all of its work.

After gathering fans’ email addresses in an online call-out, this hip-hop trio from Long Island sent out links to zip files for its first six albums. Those albums — including its 1989 debut, 3 Feet High and Rising, a platinum record in the Library of Congress’s National Recording Registry — are some of the genre’s most influential and sonically adventurous, threading samples from obscure, kitschy records alongside recognizable pop, jazz and funk hooks.

The links were available for a day, and the group says the response overloaded the servers hosting the music files. They also attracted the attention of Warner Music, which has owned those records since 2002, when it acquired the catalog of Tommy Boy Records, a pioneering indie Hip-Hop label.

The attention wasn’t just because the group was giving its catalog away. It was because those six albums have never been available to buy digitally or to stream.

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The first single off the highly anticipated new album from KILLARMY / WU-TANG Dom Pachino Gemini Mind. The KILLARMY vet teams up with his WU-TANG Comrade to take the rap game to war once again on a militant Bronze Nazareth produced headbanger Red Dots.



DJ J Boogie The Assassin, a member of The Mix Syndicate network, has served up a half hour of Hip-Hop and R&B for DJcity’s Friday Fix Mix. The Pensacola, Florida native has been rocking clubs and parties since 2009 while serving on active duty in the U.S. Army.

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TDE’s Isaiah Rashad released his single Free Lunch the other day. Yesterday Rashad surprised us with the official visuals to his latest track. The song was produced by Cam O’bi.


Curren$y & Wiz Khalifa

Check out the latest collaboration between Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa on their joint track You in Mind.


After releasing a visual montage of his live performances, Joey dropped this awesome music video for his single Devastated which you can peep above.

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Listen to Troy Ave’s first single Appreciate Me off of Roland Collins coming out on August 12th.

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