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Video: Caskey Says @LilTunechi Collabo Is "On The Way"


Video: Caskey Says Lil Wayne Collabo Is "On The Way"

DJ Vlad: Interview with DJ Smallz.

@TheGame: 40 Glocc Lawsuit Was Surprise of My Life


Game: 40 Glocc Lawsuit Was Surprise of My Life

DJ Vlad: Game opens up about getting sued by rapper 40 Glocc after the two got into an altercation over the summer. Game claims that 40 Glocc is a coward for suing, and after their altercation it became clear to him why 40 would sue him. Game also says "I don't have an issue with 50 Cent," and says that he's not really concerned with what 50's doing right now, because he's focused on his career.

The Hip-Hop Shop #198 - Giving Thanks for Hip-Hop




It's time for another new edition of The Hip-Hop Shop, and this week we are Giving Thanks for Hip-Hop for your listening pleasure. In so doing we spread love to some new artists like SLIM, Kid Called Quest, Ronald Ruck and Stryfe among others! Send feedback to @RapReviews on this episode! Thanks for listening and remember to share the show with a friend and tell them to check it out every Tuesday on RapReviews.com! Don't forget to subscribe to our RSS newsfeed and follow us on Twitter so you never miss a new episode. This show is co-sponsored by BlackTreeMusic.com and can be found there every Thursday.

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Tracks featured this week:

* The Black Opera f/ Melody Betts - Black Lair
* SLIM - Nobody Cares
* AWAR - Keep Risin'
* Kidd Called Quest - Invasion
* 2wo4Se7en 365 f/ J the Exodus, MCD - WhoIsParadise
* Ronald Ruck f/ Malkovich - BOXGUTS
* Stryfe f/ Miz Korona, Skorpion - Organ Donor
* DJ DN3 - Bonus Beats

Video: The Opening of Mad Dukez Set at The Hideout


Video: The Opening of Mad Dukez Set at The Hideout

Rising rap star Mad Dukez (check out http://MadDukez.Bandcamp.com/ to hear his music and learn more about him) opens his set at The Hideout on the Deleted Scenes Tour. Be sure to follow him on Twitter @MadDukez and subscribe to this channel for more features.

Video: Fresh Kils on Atherton, Classified, Being a Better Artist


Video: Fresh Kils on Atherton, Classified, Being a Better Artist

Acclaimed Toronto producer Fresh Kils (check out http://www.facebook.com/FreshKils to learn more about him) talks about Fraction (review at http://tinyurl.com/FractionFreshKils - 8 out of 10), Atherton (review at http://tinyurl.com/AthertonNoThreat - 8.5 out of 10), Classified (review at http://tinyurl.com/ClassifiedHandshakes - 9 out of 10) and how to be a better artist through being a better person! This is an incredibly personal interview and big up to Fresh Kils for sharing the time with us. Be sure to follow him on Twitter @FreshKils.
Video: Mad Dukez Interview Pt. 4 at The Hideout in Omaha


Video: Mad Dukez Interview Pt. 4 at The Hideout in Omaha

Rising rap star Mad Dukez (check out http://MadDukez.Bandcamp.com/ to hear his music and learn more about him) does an exclusive interview with Steve 'Flash' Juon of RapReviews.com! In this final segment Dukez talks about being successful as an independent artist, how to decide what goes out free for promotion, when "Gettin' Gatsby'd" will drop, paying attention to detail, and more!

@BigDuttyDeeze f/ Ruste Juxx & Prome 'Never Understand Us' (@PRDean)


Video: Big Dutty Deeze f/ Ruste Juxx & Prome 'Never Understand Us'

Courtesy PR Dean.

PR DEAN MULTIMEDIA "WHERE THE STREETS & THE INDUSTRY MEET" :DJ & BLOG SUPPORTER

Winnipeg's Prairie Hip Hop @ABSTRACTARTFORM Performs At The Adrenaline Zone 11/24


Winnipeg's Prairie Hip Hop ABSTRACT ARTFORM Performs At The Adrenaline Zone

Courtesy Jon Asher.

The Adrenaline Zone at Nathan Phillips Square is THE place for your extreme adventure seeker. Anchoring the activity is the Toronto Sun Zip Line, which at 725 feet is the tallest urban zip line in North America! Thrill junkies can fly between the iconic towers of City Hall, landing at the tip of Queen Street and stick around for top-notch live music acts, completely free to the public. An obstacle course led by the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Forces is guaranteed to work up an appetite, and fans can refuel at theHigh Octane Food Zone where trained chefs will be paired with culinary students to create some amazing and unique delicacies.

Toronto just get can't enough of Winnipeg’s fuse masters of Prairie-inspired hip-hop and funk Abstract Artform, after performing multiple showcases at Indie Week last month in October, they have been invited back to the Canadian Hip Hop capital to perform at the Grey Cup Festival during the 100th Grey Cup weekend after winning the #1 placement in the Urban genre of Intel Canada Superstars competition for their track 'As The Crow Flies' from the forthcoming release.

"We're excited and honored to be playing at the Grey Cup festival this year. We want to also thank Ourstage for the opportunity and thank everyone for being so supportive of our Intel Canada Superstars win." comments vocalist/ frontman Shea Malcomson.

@DSisive f/ Neverending White Lights "Don't Turn The Lights Out" (@URBNET)


Video: D-Sisive f/ Neverending White Lights "Don't Turn The Lights Out"

Courtesy Matt B.

There was a time in Derek Christoff's life when he didn't have many words. It's not that he didn't have a story; but he was stuck on the start.

In the late 90s, the young MC known as D-Sisive came up quickly in the Toronto hip-hop community with a string of well-liked singles, but his burgeoning profile was stopped cold with the illness and death of both of his parents in a six-year span. Grief and depression stole his creativity and motivation for the better part of a decade, but in a moment fit for fable, his lyrical inspiration returned suddenly one day while singing along to the Beach Boys on the radio. It was the new start D-Sisive's story needed. And he hasn't stopped since.

Video: J-Good "Winner" (@G_O_O_D_I_E)


Video: J-Good "Winner"

Courtesy JM.

WINNER J-GOOD
DPMG
REAL LIFE ENT
2012
TWITTER G_O_O_D_I_E


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