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Video: Black Thought Discusses Plans For The Roots Picnic in NYC
MM: Maria Myraine is a journalist and blogger who currently writes for popular Hip Hop website, HipHopSince1987. Recently, Maria Myraine got to link with Black Thought before a taping of The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon in New York City.
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Audio: MBK f/ Maino "P.O.S." (Remix)
Matt: The Toledo, OH collective MBK returns with the newest release titled "P.O.S." (Remix) featuring Maino from their recently released debut album My Brothers Keeper on RBC Records.
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Audio: Canibus & Bronze Nazareth f/ Pyrit - "This Is Rome"
Matt: Canibus returns with the fourth release, “This Is Rome,” f/ Pyrit from his forthcoming album Time Flys, Life Dies...Phoenix Rise on RBC Records.
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Audio: Napoleon f/ Wiz Khalifa - "Hustler's Mentality"
Matt: As a member of the extended Wu-Tang family, Napoleon made his mark in the late 90's alongside his crew WU-Syndicate who debut album Executive Produced by RZA went on to sell over 250k units and is highly regarded as one of the best releases amongst the extended Wu-Tang family tree.
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If you missed any of the new reviews this past week including Substantial's "The Past..." then do yourself a favor and check out this week's edition of the (W)rap Up!
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Audio: Papoose - "Blackout"
Matt: After revisiting a classic N.O.R.E. posse cut “Banned From TV” last week with “Banned From Radio,” Papoose returns with the latest installment of his Throwback Freestyle Series to “Blackout” over a DMX track.
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Audio: Tony Tillman - "Ecore Fabre"
Josh: This is a new single from Tony Tillman. He's working on his 3rd release under the Reflection Music Group (RMG) label.
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Editorial courtesy of Steve 'Flash' Juon:
In the historical annals of hip-hop, 1993 will be remembered as the year "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)" was released. The funny thing is that it was released in NOVEMBER of '93, so that even though the Wu-Tang buzz had already been building off the success of "Protect Ya Neck" and "Method Man" as singles, it wasn't really until 1994 that Wu-Tang Clan suddenly seemed to dominate the hip-hop landscape, and every hip-hop debate was suddenly about who was the best rapper in the group and who would drop the best solo albums. We'd have answers soon enough.
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It's time for another edition of The Hip-Hop Shop. Episode #325 is called Time for Change! Enjoy new tracks by Spaz Montega, Breeze Embalm, Famoso and Mally among others! Follow us @RapReviews so you never miss a new podsafe free show.
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Audio: State of Play - "What It Is to Be"
M.A.P.: London band State of Play are loud and proud, and ready to distinguish the myth of no genre crossing and break all boundaries down! The first single from State of Play's forthcoming EP, 'What it is to Be' lyrically charts the rise of human kind, from hunter gatherer to the most technologically advanced and dominant species (for better or worse) on earth today.
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