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Video: Frank Castle - "Downtown Kids II"
TCE: "Downtown Kids II" is Frank Castle new music video off "Downtown Kids EP". Inspired by "The Pharcyde", the video was shot completely backwards. It took Frank Castle a year to learn the lyrics backwards in order to execute on the illusion of everyone moving backwards while rhyming forward and moving forward. The track was produced by AMOTBeats and the video directed by Michael Garcia (AKA ShotByMGF).
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Audio: A-1 "Doing The Most"
A.T.: Born Adam Traore, a first generation US citizen to West African and Italian parents, A-1's music is constructed around vivid stories of growing up in The City while searching for happiness and self awareness. After the release of After School Special, a mixtape based on 90s television shows, he gained a fan base through internet buzz while still living on his friend's couch. Soon after, he released his follow-up The Book Of Adam which was received so well, he quit his day job the day after the listening party.
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Ras Kass Breaks Down Why He Wrote "How To Kill God" for Medium
Matt: Over at Medium.com’s Cuepoint today, Ras Kass gives an in-depth explanation as to why he wrote the song “How To Kill God,” from his collaborative album, Blasphemy, with Apollo Brown.
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Video: Doomtree - "Final Boss"
SH: The Maria Juranic-directed video premiered via Stereogum, who noted that "the clean, creepy treatment features Sims, Dessa, P.O.S, and Mike Mictlan sitting down to a Rocky Horror-style last supper, rattling off tight verses before getting individually snuffed out by a looming Cecil Otter.
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Audio: Slim Dollars - "Escalators"
Matt: Harlem and Toronto connect (again) as Slim Dollars teams up with the Young Wolf Hatchlings to shake up stereos with “Escalators” (Terry Richardson). Slim continues to impress with his rapid-fire flow over the infectious production of Young Wolf Hatchlings (who are out somewhere celebrating their contribution, “Uma Thurman,” to Fall Out Boy’s #1 album American Beauty/American Psycho).
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Video: Nutso - "Block Boy"
DM360: For all the trappers out there who choose to live by high risks, and high rewards, "Block Boy" needs to be in your playlist. As first official video taken from Nutso's forthcoming Divided Soul EP, both the track and the video capture the Q-Borough emcee in his natural habitat.
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Video: JP One - "Win or Lose"
Dunn: Detroit lyricist and Gifted & Talented, LLC. founder and CEO, JP ONE (short for Jackpot Tha Chosen One) presents the B. Hughes-directed music video for "Win or Lose", the BJ Gates-produced lead single from Fire & Brimstone, his forthcoming project featuring Boldy James, Chel Strong, Pierre Anthony, Nep Jennings, Street Pacino, Motivation, Gain Green, and Rail Fresh.
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Video: T-QRON f/ KXNG Crooked & Chris Will - "Ready For War"
Matt: Today, T-QRON returns with a new video, “Ready For War,” f/ KXNG Crooked & Chris Will and a new track, “End Of Days,” f/ Jik Johns & Jax which is produced by Havoc (of Mobb Deep).
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Audio: Cannibal Ox - "Harlem Knights"
Matt: An air of mystique surrounds the careers of Harlemites Vast Aire and Vordul Mega, collectively known as Cannibal Ox. Fourteen years after earning their status as luminaries of underground hip-hop, Cannibal Ox is set to release the highly-anticipated sophomore album Blade of the Ronin. Serving as the follow-up to the duo's acclaimed debut album, Blade of the Ronin is the embodiment of Vast and Vordul's years of creation and properly serves to provide listeners with the grimy yet futuristic soundscape that they've come to expect from Cannibal Ox.
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Talib Kweli's Action Support Committee Announces $100,000 in Grants to Support the Efforts of Ferguson Organizers and Protesters
G.A.: (Ferguson, MO) -- The Action Support Committee, recently organized by musician Talib Kweli, announced today it is allocating more than $100,000 in grants to community programs from grassroots organizations doing work in Ferguson, Missouri. The grants will be distributed in multiple rounds of funding beginning in February and spanning through the Fall of 2015.
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