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Blacastan & Stu Bangas drop a new single, Delete featuring Non-Phixion’s Ill Bill & DJ 7L. Taken from The Uncanny Adventures of Watson & Holmes LP, which was released just a week ago.

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The Berlin-based rapper Marteria shares his newest visuals for his single El Presidente. The track is taken from his latest album called Roswell which is available everywhere.

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The XXL Freshman Kyle released his latest single entitled Nothing 2 Lose. Listen to the Dez Wrigh-produced track via YouTube above.

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After returning to the fold with the low-key, Vanessa Carlton sampling “10,000 Miles,” Cam is back with something far harder. Over anthemic fanfare, tense drums, and the occasional vocal sample, Cam’Ron cruises over the beat with his low-key baritone. Everything fans love about Cam is on display here, from the badass flow to the outlandish wit. Dude even references Pokemon, pronouncing it pokeymon like suburban moms everywhere, before labeling himself the black Trump.

The second verse is hard as hell, a lyrical barrage from one of the most underrated rhymers. Killa Season may have passed, but the dark clouds overhead indicate that Cam is still lurking, waiting to wreak some havoc.

Via HNHH

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The Beatnuts freestyle from 2001 – rare never heard before Westwood throwback.

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Action Bronson reveals his first single off of his upcoming project Blue Chips 7000. Check out the song Let Me Breathe and be on the lookout for the forthcoming album.

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G.Dot (from the duo G.Dot & Born) drops ILL Mannered video production for his new single Find My Own Way. It seems that the Boston emcee is looking to find his way into the solo career path.

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Five emcees enter the Shaolin Temple to kneel at the altar of lyrical style and flow on this Wu-Tang inspired track. Tony Gore, St. Laz, Daddie Notch, Skanks The Rap Martyr & Mic Handz join forces over Big Bob‘s production against those who would challenge them for the ultimate title of Samurai Killa.

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After a twelve year hiatus Mr. Lif & Akrobatik (The Perceptionists) are back with their new album Resolution. Accompanying the news is their first single featuring Syne, Hose Down. The song juxtaposes the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s with today’s cultural climate.

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Pogledajte 20-minutni intervju Riđija i Rade za hrvatski portal Index.hr. U intervjuu pričaju o novom singlu, suradnji s Vipom i dr.

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