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GoldLink & Isaiah Rashad Make an Incredible Duo on New Song “Untitled” [Feature]

Isaiah Rashad made his long-awaited return to our ears late this summer with The Sun’s Tirade, an album that hasn’t left my car speakers since the day of its liberation. Knowing how TDE’s album cycle... Read More

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D.R.A.M.‘s “WiFi” is a Reminder Erykah Badu Loves Sexual Innuendo [Feature]

In advance of D.R.A.M.’s debut album Big Baby D.R.A.M. being released later tonight (October 20), the Virginia native has dropped off "WiFi," the fourth single off the 14-track project, which features a highly... Read More

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Holy Sh*t You Need to Watch Kool Keith & DOOM’s Stop Motion “Super Hero” Video [Feature]

Although it’s been seven years since the masked villain last delivered a proper full-length release, MF DOOM has remained relatively active. Through well-placed feature appearances, as well as collaborative projects... Read More

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Kanye West & Hip-Hop’s Transformation from Conscious to Woke [Feature]

Once upon a time, I was a purist—a rappity rap, backpack, conscious rap lover. Illmatic, Black on Both Sides and Be were in constant rotation. I renounced everything that wasn’t ablaze with socio-political rage... Read More

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RZA Reveals Radioactive Azealia Banks Lied About Record Deal [Feature]

It was all good just a week ago.Last Tuesday (October 11), we published an article about RZA reportedly signing Azealia Banks to a record contract and her career prospects following the signing. If anyone could turn... Read More

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A$AP Ferg’s “New Level” Remix is an Example of a Remix Done Right [Feature]

Outside of A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg is the one member of A$AP Mob who has indisputably and rightfully received the most shine, and rightfully so. Ferg’s unique take on music infuses various influences into more... Read More

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Drumma Boy & the Past, Present & Future of Trap [Feature]

“What you niggas know about the Dirty South?” was a very important question posed on Goodie Mob’s classic debut album, Soul Food. This was back in 1995, when the South was still overshadowed by what roared... Read More

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