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Termanology and Saigon link up for the Q-Tip produced track We’re Both Wrong. Taken from Term‘s More Politics LP.

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Roc Marciano drops by the Rosenberg show to talk about his new album, DOOM, Ghostface, Lil B and LA vs NY living.

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Bars & Noble is the bonus track taken from ZOOLAY‘s newest album Undeniable. The Los Angeles based Rap duo Don Ron and iLLz One get assist by TrekLife, Roc C, Blame One & LMNO.

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“It was about middle of February and I’m about half way thru the project at this time and I was sitting on a song I knew had the potential to be a hit” C Wells commented to Mass Appeal. “I had already finished one verse, but I needed one more [verse]. My partner Chy told me he wanted to make a record with me and East happen and this was the perfect track. Of course I was down with it, but coming from where I’m from, things like that usually don’t pull through; but Chy reached out and Dave was down. I got Dave’s verse and ‘Off The Porch’ was born!”

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Producer Gensu Dean started his career in Jackson, Mississippi on Crooked Lettaz (David Banner & Kamikaze) debut “Grey Skies.” Since then, David Banner has gone on to a storied, Grammy Award-winning career. Gensu Dean has racked up the production credits having worked with Roc Marciano, Large Professor, the late great Sean Price, Denmark Vessey, Planet Asia, Homeboy Sandman, Diamond D, and Shady Records’ newest signee Conway The Machine. Along the way, Gensu & Banner have remained close and have collaborated on a smattering of tracks over the years. Most recently, David Banner has been working on his soon to be released album, “The God Box.” During Banner’s Atlanta sessions, he and Dean cooked up his new non-album track “The Cross.” Adding the finishing touches, legendary mix engineer Hector Delgado put his spin on things and the track was ready to go. Enjoy!

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Long Beach Rapper Crooked I spits some bars for the LA Leakers!

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J. Cole‘s documentary 4 Your Eyez Only debuted over the weekend, and fans who were watching were quick to spot some of the new tunes previewed in the film — one of which was “Want You To Fly,” a song that finds Cole speaking on the importance of spirituality and overcoming systematic roadblocks. Press play to listen in below and be sure to check him this summer when he goes on tour.

Via HB

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Real talk dope late night material off Heather B‘s undisputed debut album Takin Mine.

Produced by the magnificent Kenny Parker

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Watch Dj Rhettmatic of The World Famous Beat Junkies speaks about how he linked up with J Dilla and eventually became good friends.

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a burning desire to just fuckin rhyme…

This is how Homeboy Sandman describes his new LP Veins. Here’s his traditional bonus track Veins Out Now. Vinyl pre-orders are available via Stones Throw Records.

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