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Video: @YP27 - Trade It All (produced by Hit Boy)


Video: YP - Trade It All (produced by Hit Boy)

Courtesy Matt B.

Before YP releases his next mixtape, Wide Awake, on 1-29-2013, he releases one more visual from his No Doz mixtape that was released in August 2012. YP’s “Trade It All” was produced by Hit-Boy.

Video: A.Dd+ - "Can't You See" (@addplus @AudibleTreats)


Video: A.Dd+ - "Can't You See"

Courtesy Audible Treats.

To start 2013, A.Dd+ has put the finishing touches on their latest album, titled DiveHiFlyLo. The album, which will be released early this spring, will include 12 tracks, with production from Picnictyme, who produced all of When Pigs Fly, in addition to folks like Kuddie Fresh, Stompboxx, Fly Life Productions, and more. The album, which A.Dd+ describe as darker and far more personal than When Pigs Fly, pulls its name from a saying that stems from the early days A.Dd+, back when the duo was working on their debut mixtape, Power Of The Tongue. "We always say, 'Every man is a king,'" says Paris Pershun, "but DiveHiFlyLo is playing off that. It's like saying, 'Be above average, but stay well-grounded.' It's important to be able to always relate to the common man."

Video: @RememberMeNinaB "What Would Martin Luther King Say"


Video: Nina B "What Would Martin Luther King Say" (Poem)

Courtesy Matt B.

Nina B asks the very poignant question of what would Martin Luther King say if he could come back?

@AudibleDoctor f/ J NICS "Bars Of Death" (Remix Pack)


Audible Doctor f/ J NICS "Bars Of Death" (Remix Pack)

Courtesy The Doc.

"Bars Of Death" is a track originally released on The Audible Doctor's "The Winter Tape" which features J NICS. The track has received so much positive feedback that J NICS & Audible Doctordecided to release a "Remix Pack" which also includes the official single, clean versions, and both instrumentals. The link to steam and download the "remix pack" is below.

The Hip-Hop Shop #206 - Dish Up Some Middle Finger Music




It's time for another new edition of The Hip-Hop Shop. Episode #206 is entitled Dish Up Some Middle Finger Music. Have some extra servings of Sacramento Knoxx, Roc C, Random, SL Jones, and more! Thanks for listening and remember to share the show with a friend and tell them to check it out every Tuesday on RapReviews.com! This show is co-sponsored by BlackTreeMusic.com and can be found there every Thursday.

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Tracks featured this week:

* Dirty Deniro - Middle Finger Music
* Sacramento Knoxx - Dear Vaughn
* Def Dee & Zar f/ Sydney Ranee - Same Old
* Roc C - Space Travelling
* DJ Gumba f/ Keith Murray - We Ridin'
* Random (Mega Ran) - You Are Not Alone
* SJ Jones - Just Like That
* Kensaye - Dish Up

Photo Gallery: @itsPSOnow & @JesseAbraham's Album Listening Event


Photo Gallery: P.SO & Jesse Abraham's Album Listening Event

by Adam Bernard



January 26th, 2013
Webster Hall, NYC
Audio: Slum Village - No Mas (@IStillLoveHER)


Audio: Slum Village - No Mas

Courtesy Wanja Lange.

Illa J, T3 and Young RJ (who also produced the joint) bless their fans with "No Mas": “driven by a infectiously smooth set of strings that gets backed up by some subtle, mellowed out drums that the fellas savagely attack with their skills. In their typical lyrical, gritty form the fellas hit the beat running and speak about their skills, streets, and much more in the time that the track takes up."

@ThaRealBigTef f/ Erk Tha Jerk & Tylah Tossy - No Time To Waste


Video: Big Tef f/ Erk Tha Jerk & Tylah Tossy - No Time To Waste

Courtesy RRP.

Big Tef

feat.

Erk Tha Jerk & Tylah Tossy

"No Time To Waste"

@CrisCab Releases "Livin On Sunday"; Readies New Project


Cris Cab Releases "Livin On Sunday"; Readies New Project

Courtesy CC.

Today, Cris Cab releases the first song off his upcoming free mixtape, due out in March. "Livin On Sunday," produced by Personal Joints (Cris and PJ McGinnis), gives fans a glimpe into care-free life in South Florida. The song also doubles as an ironic ode to the Sunday night party at Club Liv in Cris' hometown of Miami.

Mixtape: DJ Sns Presents Lil Sns - Son Of The Future (@psmirf)


Mixtape: DJ Sns Presents Lil Sns - Son Of The Future

Courtesy Papa Smirf.

Harlem's New Generation keeps Flourishing. Lil SnS puts his production and lyrical skills on FULL display with his Debut Mixtape. The father and son tandem GO HARD for NYC with some southern Swag.


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