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Audio: Chris J. - "Party" (prod. Nascent)
Matt: Chris J. is trying to invent and create and anthem for a city with no music scene whatsoever, that was the goal for the song below titled 'Party'. The song is exactly what is sounds like just based off the title, except with Chris J.’s own personal take on it.
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Audio: Phat Kat f/ Elzhi & Guilty Simpson "All Madden" (Remix)
Matt: Detroit royalty, Phat Kat, returns after a decade long-hiatus with Rededication To The Suckers, and the projects first release is an all Detroit rendezvous with Elzhi and Guilty Simpson on “All Madden” (Remix).
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Audio: Rich Quick x Chris Rivers x Ryshon Jones x Jay Griffy - "Poizon"
Mike: Featuring Chris Rivers, Ryshon Jones, and Jay Griffy, "Poizon" showcases fearlessness and impeccable production by The Wurxs. The track is a hypnotic look into a person's soul as they make decisions on their personal vices. Jay Griffy offers a mesmerizing hook while Quick, Rivers, and Jones deliver insightful verses that exude artistry and lyrical ability.
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Video: TouchaMill & FR Eazzy - "No Chill"
DM360: Brownsville’s own RoRo Life Entertainment believe they’re the next powerhouse set to make waves in the music industry, and it’s difficult to deny that claim after watching the video for their adrenaline-packed new single, “No Chill.”
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Audio: Mood - "Illness" (prod. Mil)
Effiscienz: Cincinnati group Mood releases the second single from their new album "Into The Mood" produced by Mil. Enjoy!
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Video: Uncle Sam f/ Bakari J.B. - "Who Told You?"
Matt: Boston, MA emcee Uncle Sam has been flying under the radar since he first emerged onto the scene a few years ago, but his latest video might be the one to jumpstart a free flow of new fans. “Who Told You” is a lyrical hommage to all rappers out there who think they have what it takes to hit the limelight, but Uncle Sam and Bakari J.B. are spectating/wondering “who told them they could flow”? It’s a thought that runs through our heads often, so a song touching base on the topic was only fitting.
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Video: Young Dolph - "Boyz N Da Hood"
Joe: Young Dolph flooded the streets with his recently released 16 Zips mixtape and the streets have been buzzing ever since. To keep the momentum of his movement flowing, the Memphis rapper releases the official visual for the Drummy Boy-produced "Boyz N Da Hood." Dolph's latest single is one of several standout tracks found on the mixtape, which also includes appearances from T.I., Jadakiss, Slim Thug, and Paul Wall, as well as production from the likes of Zaytoven, TM88, and Drumma Boy.
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Audio: A3C Volume 5 Full Album Stream
Matt: Today, 2dopeboyz premiered the full album stream of A3C Volume 5. The A3C compilation series, which is released through iHipHop Distribution’s partnership with the A3C Hip-Hop Festival, has been influential within the genre, serving as a barometer for which artists will become renowned staples in the ever-changing hip-hop landscape. Past compilation artists include Big K.R.I.T, Ab-Soul, A$AP Rocky, Danny Brown, G-Eazy, Curren$y, Action Bronson, Vince Staples, The Underachievers, Mick Jenkins, Sir Michael Rocks, Deniro Farrar, Chris Webby, Smoke DZA...
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Video: Cyssero - "Switch Seats (Meek Mill Diss)"
J-Ronin: Philadelphia's own Cyssero returns with a scathing diss record showing his displeasure with how Meek handled his recent beef with Drake. Cyssero simply tells Meek to switch seats so he can handle it and represent The City of Brotherly Love in a better light.
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Video: Semi Hendrix (Ras Kass & Jack Splash) - "Breakfast At Banksy's"
MMG: Today marks Semi Hendrix's (Ras Kass & Jack Splash) first foray into the visual realm with a new video shot & edited by Jay Brown and animated by RUFF MERCY and Patch D. Keyes. Perhaps it can best be described as a spiritual mix of underground Hip-hop, Zen Buddhism, and fact based Conspiracy theory - all animated with a powerful energy.
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