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If you missed any of the new reviews this past week including Sean Price's "Imperius Rex" then do yourself a favor and check out this week's edition of the (W)rap Up!
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Editorial courtesy of Steve 'Flash' Juon:
Beep beep, who got the keys to the Jeep?
I'm drivin to the beach
Top down, loud sounds, see my peeps (uhh)
Give them pounds, now look who it be (who it be)
It be me me me and Timothy (me me!)
Look like it's bout to rain, what a shame (uh-huh)
I got the Armor-All to shine up the stain
Oh Missy, try to maintain"
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Editorial courtesy of Steve 'Flash' Juon: I don't know that any one bio, obituary or editorial can do justice to the life and times of the man born Richard Claxton Gregory on October 12, 1932. That won't stop me from trying to shed a little more light on an important figure in American history - known as well for his humor as for his activism - just a few days after his passing on August 19, 2017 at the age of 84. It is sad to note that Dick Gregory passed away at a time when civil rights is going in reverse in the United States at a time when we need his voice more than ever, but perhaps in remembering this icon we can also shed some light on the truths he spoke to power and use them in these troubled times.
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"Who Sampled It Better?" #10 - Leon Haywood's "I Want'a Do Something Freaky to You"
As written by Steve 'Flash' Juon, and voted on by THE PEOPLE who read RapReviews.com!
"One, two, three and to the fo'." If you hear Leon Haywood's "I Want'a Do Something Freaky to You" there's a very good chance these words immediately pop into your head. There's no denying the late funk/soul/R&B artist (who passed away just last year on April 5th) unknowingly lent his hand to one of the biggest crossover hits of a young Snoop Doggy Dogg's career.
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Video: Outlawz on Reuniting After 15 Years, Treach Calling Out Napoleon
Vlad: E.D.I. Mean, Young Noble, and Napoleon of the Outlawz shared their thoughts on rappers today calling themselves the "new 2Pac," which Noble said is usually done to get some sort of attention. They went on to speak about Suge.
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Video: Illmac & Goldini Bagwell f/ Little Warrior "Last One"
RM: Northwest hip hop heavyweights Illmac & Goldini Bagwell have been creating music together for roughly a decade as members of Portland’s renowned Sandpeople crew. Now they’re combining forces as a duo with their brand new Ethereal LP, out August 18th on Heaven Noise Recordings.
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Mixtape: Sy Ari Da Kid - "2 Weeks No Diss"
Ms. RC: Sy Ari da Kid releases his "2 Weeks No Diss" mixtape featuring Rich the Kid, K Camp, Birdman and more; with production by Will a Fool and TM88, among others.
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Audio: Son of Sam f/ Large Professor, Masta Ace - "Come a Long Way"
R&S: Originally formed in around 2003, Son of Sam's playing of original hip-hop samples lead to them supporting rap royalty such as KRS-One and Raekwon.
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Video: Us Natives - "Chicano"
JGPR: Composed of established producers Ill Clinton and John E Cab, Us Natives formed in 2012 and have been travelling between Philadelphia and North Carolina over the years to work on music together.
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Audio: Magix King - "Hi There"
EiPR: Chicago rap artist Magix King hopes to bring people together with his gregarious anthem, "Hi There." The track is featured on his album A Sick Summer and is a breath of fresh air in the current social and political climate.
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