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9th Prince Unleashes New Video & EPK

From Tonia Samman:

9th Prince Unleashes New Video & EPK In Advance of 'Revenge of the 9th Prince'

On April 20th 9th Prince, founding member of Killarmy and younger brother to Wu mastermind the RZA, will release his third solo album entitled Revenge of the 9th Prince featuring appearances by the RZA, Killah Priest, Killarmy, Planet Asia, Shyheim, and more.

Last week the video for “Snatching Pocketbooks” premiered on WNYC-TV’s Video Music Box with Ralph McDaniels.

Watch 9th Prince’s “Snatching Pocketbooks” from Revenge of the 9th Prince [Wu Music Group]: .

Just days later, 9th released a new EPK, discussing his roots in the hip-hop game and the inspiration behind Revenge of the 9th Prince.

“I started out in the early days, like the late 80s, coming to the house. You see RZA, Old Dirty Bastard, the genius the GZA all in the studio recording. That right there, just watching them come together and do their thing, influenced me to want to be an MC. Ever since then I decided to pick up the pen and let the words begin,” 9th explains.

He launched his career with hip-hop group Sons of Man before moving on to start Killarmy in 1995. The group’s first album, Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars, rose up the charts, hitting #34 on Billboard’s Top 200 and #10 on the R&B/Hip-Hop charts on the strength of singles “Swinging Swords,” “Wake Up,” and “Wu-Renegades” with the next two albums following suit.  In 2003, 9th embarked on a solo career and has since released Grandaddy Flow (2003) and Prince of New York (2008).

“[Revenge of the 9th Prince] is me coming back fresh from incarceration. Making my comeback from the Killarmy albums. Coming back and snatching MCs by their collars, by they necks. Stomping them out lyrically, and taking my revenge. It’s me coming back with a vengeance on the whole hip hop community.”

Watch the ‘Revenge of the 9th Prince’ EPK: .
Listen to 9th Prince’s “I’m On the Rize” featuring RZA & Thea Van Seijen: .

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The (W)rap Up - Week of March 16, 2010

Gorillaz :: Plastic Beach
Virgin/EMI Records

Author: Steve 'Flash' Juon

"The concept of virtual reality has become increasingly familiar to the average Joe in the last 20 years. Previous to that it was largely the domain of science fiction and Hollywood thrillers, made menacing by the likes of Jobe Smith in The Lawnmower Man or as familiar and friendly as a Star Trek holodeck. The emergence of the world wide web made the concept much more accessible to the layperson as the internet was no longer a text-only world, and one could not only conceive of but participate in realities that only existed electronically. The graphics have only become more realistic as hard drives and computing power grew exponentially, leading to interesting moral and philosophical debates about the nature of reality and what if any limits should be placed on role-playing games and simulations of real life. Increasingly the lines between what is real and what is computer fantasy have become, shall we say, BLURRED."
B. Dolan :: Fallen House Sunken City :: Strange Famous Records
as reviewed by Eric Sirota

"B. Dolan's Alias-produced "Fallen House, Sunken City" is a difficult album. Within the wonderful world of hip-hop criticism, this characterization is not necessarily an insult, and, coming from someonone as snobbish as myself, it is likely a compliment. I would describe some of my favorite rap albums as difficult. Saul Williams' self-titled is "difficult" because it is intellectually challenging. Clipse's "We Got It 4 Cheap, Vol. II" mixtape is “difficult” in its disturbing amorality. El-P's "Fantastic Damages" is a “difficult” listen because of its innovative, dissonant, and dense production style. Indeed, to call an album "difficult" is often to label that album "iconoclastic," "emotive," or "critical." But when I call "Fallen House" "difficult,” I mean, first and foremost, that it is exhausting."

B.o.B :: May 25th :: LRG
as reviewed by Guido Stern

"There's no hiding the influence of Andre 3000 on the precious 21-year old B.o.B aka Bobby Ray. Most obviously his moniker calls to mind OutKast's epic hodgepodge of funk, soul and gospel that some, Pitchfork in particular, argue is the pinnacle track of the last decade. Uh, a lot to live up to. Furthermore, B.o.B alternates between rapping, singing and producing, and on songs like 2008's single "I'll Be in the Sky," its obvious B.o.B is working with the blueprint set down by 3000's "The Love Below."

You can also hear traces of Devin the Dude and Kanye West in B.o.B's music, but he's the rare virtuoso who, at his best, is able to transcend pastiche and create a unique sound of his own. When XXL handed out its final grades for its much discussed Top 10 Freshmen of 2009, B.o.B beat out the likes of Kid CuDi, Wale, Mickey Factz and Blu—largely because he kept his mouth shut and continued to release good music, unaffected by the pressure to be more accessible (a trap both Kid CuDi and Wale fell into). "

Consequence :: Movies On Demand :: G.O.O.D. Music
as reviewed by Pedro 'DJ Complejo' Hernandez

"Consequence has come a long way in his career. I'm not even referring to his roots with the Native Tongues crew. A few months before he released his debut album on Kanye's G.O.O.D. Music, I stumbled upon a popular online hip-hop store that was running an embarrassing special. Free with any purchase were as many copies of Consequence's "Take ‘Em to the Cleaners" as you would like. Seriously. The site suggested you take more than one and give them out to friends if you wished. Obviously, this was a unique situation where oversupply and underwhelming demand lead to disastrous results, but it would still be the lowest of lows for any artist. Consequence was by no means bad, but he was up to that point a very average rapper who was perceived to be riding some ancient hype for his entire career. "Don't Quit Your Day Job" did wonders for his career. Even the naysayers had to give the man his props. "

DJ Khaled :: Victory :: E1 Music
as reviewed by Emanuel Wallace

"Back in the late 80's, a decision was made to lower the maximum number of rounds in a boxing match from 15 to 12. The major catalysts from this change was a concern that the longer fights were too long and findings that proved the most serious brain damage was caused in latter rounds of any given fight. Following a tragic contest in 1982 between Ray Mancini and Duk Koo Kim, which resulted in a 14th round TKO victory for Mancini and a head trauma-related death four days later for Kim, reform started to sweep over boxing's sanctioning organizations. At this point, you're probably wondering why in the hell I'm talking about boxing here on RapReviews. Well, this album has twelve tracks on it and it's titled "Victory". The temptation was too much for me to resist. "

JG Tha Jugganaut :: The Jugganaut's Thoughts Vol. 1 : 792 :: {self-released}
as reviewed by Emanuel Wallace

"In 1989, The D.O.C. dropped an album called "No One Can Do It Better". Over the course of time, many people, including this reviewer, regard the album as one of the best albums of all time. On the album's eleventh song, "The Formula", D.O.C. breaks down rap into an acronym standing for "Rhythmic American Poetry". A more formal definition that I came across stated "A form of popular music developed especially in African-American urban communities and characterized by spoken or chanted rhyming lyrics with a strong rhythmic accompaniment." Interesting. Meet John Gibson. The former football player-turned-poet has lived everywhere from Akron, Ohio to Atlanta, Georgia, but he is currently based in Columbus. Grinding for many years on the spoken word circuit, he will be the first to say that he is not a rapper, but in that same breath he will proclaim that he will devour many of the cookie-cutter, assembly-line rappers of today."

J the S :: Wish You Were Here :: Hidden City Entertainment
as reviewed by Pete T.

"Following a series of mixtapes, his 2010 free "street album" "Wish You Were Here" arrives as a prelude to his upcoming debut "The Last Days." "Wish You Were Here" features fourteen new tracks with all original production and numerous collaborations.J the S sports an East Coast delivery and swagger, embodying his hunger on the impressive opener "Middle of the Storm" and the thought-provoking "Can We." Production comes from numerous producers, and the beats are consistently good. Although the music ranges from bouncy and horn-heavy to rumbling and street-ready, the arrangement and sound are strong throughout. The most notable contributor is acclaimed Australian beatsmith M-Phazes, who lends upbeat, energetic tracks for J the S to mold. "

Krayzie Bone :: Thug Mentality 1999 :: Ruthless/Mo Thugs/Relativity/Epic
** RapReviews "Back to the Lab" series **
as reviewed by Pete T.

"Krayzie Bone had already explored the double-LP format with his group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony on 1997's successful "The Art of War," and two years later he returned with his first solo effort "Thug Mentality 1999." As you might expect, guests are quite frequent and range from bona fide superstars (Treach, 8Ball & MJG, Snoop Dogg, Kurupt, Fat Joe, Big Pun, Cuban Link, Mariah Carey, E-40, Gangsta Boo, The Marley Brothers, and the rest of BTNH) to his underwhelming protégés (Bam, Relay, Niko, Knieght Rieduz, K-Mont, Asu, GraveYard Shift, Up In Clouds, Thug Queen, Mo!Hart, and Felecia). At the time of "Thug Mentality 1999"'s release, Krayzie was hard at work establishing his ThugLine Records imprint, and many of the songs serve as introductions to his artists. The result is a sprawling and exhausting listen approaching 140 minutes with some quality music and some insignificant filler that has little business on an album, let alone a Krayzie Bone album. "

Kurupt :: Tha Streetz Iz a Mutha :: Antra/Artemis
** RapReviews "Back to the Lab" series **
as reviewed by Pete T.

"Kurupt was a veteran of Long Beach's hip hop scene by 1999, a 26-year old who had already cemented a legacy for his contributions to the seminal albums "The Chronic" and "Doggystyle" and as one half of Tha Dogg Pound, whose 1995 debut "Dogg Food" served as a cornerstone of the Death Row discography and the larger g-funk movement. With Suge's label in his wake, he founded his own imprint through which to release his 1998 solo debut, the double-album "Kuruption!," with a disc each dedicated to his dual homes of Philadelphia and Long Beach. A year later "Tha Streetz Iz a Mutha" hit stores, and if the album cover portraying Kurupt sporting blue Chucks and a Dodgers cap wasn't an indication, it had both feet firmly planted in the West side despite a tracklist chock-full of star appearances from across the hip hop map. "

Lone Ninja :: Burnt Sector :: Holographic Pagoda Recordings
as reviewed by Louis 'Delicate Beats' Cloutier

"A strong Internet following is a strange phenomenon: persons can become famous in a field, yet be unknowns elsewhere. This can be said for underground Hip Hop champion MF Doom. After spending years reading about Hip Hop on my computer, it does seem to me that he is a "celebrity". Yet, I was very surprised when in 2004 he gained some actual mainstream fame for the critically acclaimed "Madvillainy".

MF Doom is so influential that even though he has never experienced any substantial commercial success, he has artists following in his footsteps. Lone Ninja is a case in point. Everything about his new LP "Burnt Sector" is reminiscent of Metal Fingers. He wears a sinister costume on his promotional pictures. He delivers monotonous flows filled with cryptic lyrics in all of his songs. Everything from MF Doom's blueprint is covered. "

Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz :: Make it Reign :: Codeine/Columbia/Sony
** RapReviews "Back to the Lab" series **
as reviewed by Matt Jost

"Some years ago, on the occasion of reviewing a mixtape by his partner's son, this site wondered, 'Why on earth did Tariq leave Money Bo$$ Playas for them?' - them being 'the short-lived duo Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz.' Like it or not, some rap acts just don't get off the ground, as promising as their first steps are (and the Money Boss Players material that could be heard on mid-'90s mixtapes sure as hell was promising). But the Soundview projects crew wasn't Lord Tariq's only outlet in the first half of the '90s. He had been a member of the Bounce Squad, appearing on Doo Wop mixtapes, and was in a group named Gunrunnerz(/s), who on their '95 EP "Life and Death" also included Peter Gunz, a Bronx representative himself. Shortly after Lord Tariq began to draw further attention to himself with guest appearances, most notably on Real Live's "Real Live Shit (Remix)," "

Nas :: Pre-Illmatic Mixtape ::
as reviewed by Jesal 'Jay Soul' Padania

"The Nas "Pre-Illmatic Mixtape" – well, that's what people have dubbed it, anyway... Others call it "The Demo" or "The Radio Rips." I just call it one of the most fascinating things I've ever heard. It "fell into my lap" about five or six years ago, now. I can't even remember how, to be honest, as it certainly wasn't recommended to me (I guess it was written – sorry). The premise: the collection of songs that Nas recorded BEFORE "Illmatic" was released. However, this has since evolved into "The Demo" that Nas sent around in order to get a deal (technically, this can't quite be true of every song, as we'll find out later). There are ten songs, mostly sounding as if ripped from cassette, with various quirks, kinks and cuts – so if you're expecting some sort of glistening modern day product, think again. This is RAW. Crucially, the content is much more relevant than the package and anyone that loves "Illmatic" but hasn't heard this, well your world is about to be rocked. "

Nneka :: The Uncomfortable Truth :: Yo Mama's Recording Company
as reviewed by Pedro 'DJ Complejo' Hernandez

"RapReviews is as straight to the point as website domain names go. We review rap. Rap reviews are found on the site. Labels and publicists still insist on pushing upon us other genres of music from time to time. For the most part, we are simply caught in the wide net casts by labels who will take publicity wherever they can find it. On occasion, we do receive an album that for one reason or another merits a bending of the rules. Nneka earns a pass for two reasons, she actually does rap on occasion and many of her musical backdrops are clearly grounded in hip-hop. Add to that the fact that her music is very good and she released a mixtape with the highly regarded DJ J. Period and it's clear she's earned enough stripes to get our attention. "

Z-Man :: Show Up, Shut Up, and Rap EP :: Machete Vox Records
as reviewed by Patrick Taylor

"Bay Area rapper Z-Man was the highlight of 2008's excellent "Sneak Preview" comp. At the time, I wrote that Z-Man's label, Machete Vox, was "what hip hop should sound like." Unfortunately, I had to wait over a year for the label to put out any new product. This 8-song free EP is Z-Man's first project since the compilation. Typical–everyone and their mother is dropping a mixtape a week, and the guy you actually want to hear is taking his own sweet time to release anything. At least it's worth the wait. Beats are handled by Boac and DNAE Beats, the team behind Machete Vox. They bring their signature sound: liberal doses of 80s 808s, a dash of hyphy's dancey energy, some Bay Area funk, and just a pinch of street rap grit. "Cupcaking" is prime Machete Vox, three minutes of banging hip hop with booming bass, clattering handclap beats, and 80s synths that sound like OMD's "If You Leave" getting a beatdown."

The Adam B Experience (ABX) Podcast #32

The Adam B Experience

"We've entered a new season and with that in mind I've packed this month's edition of my ABX podcast with 13 new songs and a handful of new artists. I have something for people who dig incredible feats of lyricism, something for the fans of more laid back tracks, and something for the folks who just want to go wild. In other words, there’s something for everyone, so as long as you're a part of everyone you're definitely gonna find something that you like! Hit me up with feedback at" The Adam B Experience is 100% PODSAFE and TOTALLY FREE so tell your friends to download ABX right here at!

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Hip-Hop Shop #67 - Bisco Smith, Chaundon, TRUTHLiVE & More

This week on Hip-Hop Shop we're featuring new music from Bisco Smith, Chaundon, TRUTHLiVE and more! If you like what you hear be sure to e-mail with feedback or to get more information about sponsoring the show. Hip-Hop Shop features podsafe music, so give a copy to your friends and tell them to check us out every week at! PS: Be sure to check out our good friends mrob & The Cancer at K4D too!

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Tracks featured this week:

* DJ Concept & DJ Mickey Knox f/ Chaundon & Little Vic - Story to Tell
* Diabolic - I Don't Wanna Rhyme
* TRUTHLiVE - The Unlearning
* Fel Sweetenberg f/ Tanzania Lateef - Panzie
* Bisco Smith - Vibrations
* Block Exchange f/ Push Montana - I Don't See 'Em

John Cena to Appear on Bumpy Knuckles' "Krupt-Mob Radio"

Tomorrow, on March 23 at 8 PM EST, WWE Superstar John Cena will appear on legendary rapper Bumpy Knuckles' (a/k/a Freddie Foxxx) UStream radio show, KRUPT-MOB RADIO. John Cena, who gained notoriety as a rapper/wrestler, established a good friendship with Bumpy Knuckles over the last decade. Cena's gold-selling debut record, "You Can't See Me," includes many appearances from Bumpy Knuckles, including the hit single "Bad, Bad Man." UStream, a video chat website, has been home of many stations of hip-hop artists and wrestling fans alike. Many fans are able to chat with many celebrities and superstars through the use of UStream. Bumpy Knuckles' UStream website can be found here:

Fly Gypsy In The Source

From Fly Gypsy:


We are excited to share with you our feature in the Source Magazine (the April-May 2010 issue that just hit the stands). While we are certainly not putting the Source above your support, we wanted to share this with you because (1) this is our first feature in a major print publication and (2) it it because of your support over the past months that the Source gave us such a strong endorsement!

No song pitches this time around. Just wanted to share the news and say THANK YOU!

Alexei & Kom

Here's the article:

April 2010

Fly Gypsy’s admiration for hip-hop dates back to their adolescence. Russian producer Alexei became a mixtape aficionado, while Jamaica-bred MC Kowboy Kom embraced the ’90s rap scene. The microphone fiend would soon meet his PNC in a cipher at DC’s popular Bar Nun open mic spot, where the duo clicked. “Though from different cultures, we grew up on the same music, from the Fugees to Nina Simone, Nirvana to Buju Banton,” explains Kom.

The tandem’s The Vodka & Rum Mixtape became a staple across nationwide dorms in ‘09, tallying up downloads from mixtape giant Critical acclaim soon followed. On their latest LP, Change for a Dollar, which features college radio favorite “2 Step” and the alternative -infused “Go,” stimulating diversity amid today’s musical medium was a no brainer. “We are musicians, first and foremost, and we rock hard,” says one-man band Alexei.

Surpassing expectations, Fly Gypsy set their own standards for success. “As for what we’re trying to accomplish, long-term we’re shooting for Jay-Z/Kanye West/Lil Wayne level in terms of popularity and, probably, more importantly, longevity and impact. We want to leave a mark, take hip-hop in new directions.” As leaks from their FG*XL:remixtape surface, and their galvanizing stage shows continue to gain mass appeal, Fly Gypsy illustrates that they’re way above the clouds.

Richie Rich Returns After Nine Year Absence

From Todd Davis:


March 22nd, 2010 -- West Coast Living Legend, Richard "Richie Rich" Serrell returns to the limelight after a more than nine year musical absence. 

On his just released mix-tape outing, the appropriately titled Town Bidness, Dubble R continues to bless the masses with his reality fueled street narratives, delivered in that all-too-familiar raspy vocal tone. On the thirteen track extravaganza, Rich enlists the help of a few of his homies and colleagues in the biz; Snoop Dogg ["I Fux Wit You"], B-Legit & Erk Tha Jerk ["Doe (Remix)"], but in true actuality this audio affair is strictly about the man himself. Summing it up best on "#1," He professes, "40 Water sprinkled me, $hort blew the whistle, Dubble got caught with a half thang and a pistol. Now, I'm an ex-felon with a gun, but in my mind, shit, I'm still #1."

Richie Rich first rose to prominence as a lead member of the popular Oakland, California, quintet, 415, back in the late eighties. The underground collective's heralded debut, 41Fivin, which spawned a succession of popular singles; "415," "Groupie Ass Bitch," & "Side Show," is still considered, to this day, a Bay Area classic. It also sparked plenty enough interest and fanfare to enable Rich with the opportunity of recording his first solo LP. That project, Don't Do It, with its excellent title track, followed in 1990, and was an instantaneous success.

Unfortunately, with triumph often times comes tragedy, and while 415 were in the midst of signing with, then, indie giant, Priority Records, Richie Rich was arrested for drug possession. For him, everything came to a complete standstill.

Upon his release from incarceration, Rich quickly began building up his name again by appearing on records from the likes of Tupac Shakur, who was one of his best friends till the very end, and the Luniz. Soon, he found himself in the midst of a vicious bidding war, with Def Jam Records eventually coming out the victor. Richie Rich's, then, highly anticipated Seasoned Veteran bowed in November '96, and was met with gracious reviews. The set's second offering, "Do G's Get To Go To Heaven?," was dedicated to the memory of his fallen comrade, 2Pac.

A follow-up release was recorded for the label, but due to problems with the company's infrastructure at the time, it was ultimately shelved. So, Rich, along with his longtime business partner, producer Lev Berlak, formed their own imprint, Ten-Six Records. The Game, which featured several tracks left over from the Def Jam era, dropped in 2000, and Nixon Pryor Roundtree, followed nearly two years later.

Currently hard at work on his "official" still untitled, solo release, consider the more-than-impressive Town Bidness a true gift of appreciation from Richie Rich to his die-hard fans, as they anxiously await the arrival of his upcoming sixth studio opus...

RBX Speaks Out About the Current State of Death Row Records

From Chris at

March 22, 2010

Rapper RBX Finally Speaks Out About The Current State Of Death Row Records

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Veteran Rapper From Long Beach, RBX, Issues New Statement On Death Row Records.

LONG BEACH CA, Mar. 22 /2SPR/ – Back in the original days of Death Row, producer, writer, tastemaker RBX could be found pushing the line on the streets of Southern Cali. Known for his work with Dr. Dre, The Dogg Pound, Snoop Dogg, Korn, Brother J, Eminem and many more, RBX rarely speaks to the press, but when he does it is the truth.

In a statement made today, RBX asks the question every hard-core Death Row fan wants to know;

"I have been watching the three ring circus of these Canadians buying Death Row for the last year or so. I just read a crazy article on line where the guy in charge now - some banker Robert Thompson-So and his sidekick John Payne announced to the world they are looking for someone to buy them out because they don't to be in the Death Row records business any more (

I just have one thing I have to ask these guys. What tha f--k were you thinking .......seriously? We all had a little bit of hope when this game started but due to the shananigans, optimism is dwindling. Word on the street in Southern Cal is that Lara Lavi, the woman these guys kicked out of the mix is seriously backed by new heavy hitters on Wall Street. I have received phone calls confirming Lavi has a new deal. I don't know whether she on to something new or trying to buy back her company. I don't know the woman but damn she is truly unfadeable.

So I have to ask, why do these New Solution guys continue to beat on her in court if she might just be the most likely candidate to buy them out given they asked for it last week.

I just don't get it. The fans and the artists deserve better than this mess. Uncut...."

RBX first joined Death Row Records in 1992, with his cousin Snoop Dogg. After a noteworthy appearance on Dr. Dre's The Chronic, he then made cameos on various Death Row Records releases, and has released several acclaimed solo projects that have drawn many dedicated fans and admirers of his unorthodox sound.

Coast 2 Coast Release Star Studded Warren G Mixtape

Coast 2 Coast Release Star Studded Warren G Mixtape, Featuring Street Anthem 'Do You Think About G', As Part Of Mixtape Series

Volume 16 Of Mixtape Series, Includes New Music From West Coast Veteran Warren G.

LOS ANGELES, Mar. 20 /2SPR/ – Veteran rap superstar Warren G issues a new statement for 2010 in Do You Think About G, G-Dub's own take of 50 Cent's latest single Do You Think About Me, which sees the Long Beach, California emcee add a west coast perspective to the silky Rockwilder produced anthem.

The track is featured on Warren G - Coast 2 Coast Exclusive Series Vol. 16, a new mixtape, which boasts collaborations and remixes with Gucci Mane, Nate Dogg, Ludacris, Drake, Timbaland, Travis Barker, Black Nic, and Lloyd Banks.

Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes are the world's largest online mixtape distributors, with over 100 millions downloads/plays, and a presence on thousands of websites and blogs. Warren G exploded out of the burgeoning Long Beach rap scene in 1994 with the smash single ‘Regulate’, a duet with long-time friend Nate Dogg. Through years of continued excellence, Warren G has attained iconic status in the world of Hip-Hop. With a best-selling platinum and gold certified catalogue, boasting such classics songs as “Regulate,” “This DJ” and “I Want It All”.

Warren G - Coast 2 Coast Exclusive Series Vol. 16 is available to download now at



Artist(s): Warren G
Title: Do You Think About G
Time: 03:16

Download Links:
Warren G "Do You Think About G" (Dirty) -
Warren G "Do You Think About G" (Clean) -

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On to the Next Lunch (Jay-Z Parody)

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