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Video: John Ibe - "F.O.M." (OG Maco Affiliate)
Ayo: From emerging on the scene in 2015 with his seminal debut mixtape The Departure, John Ibe has seen his stock steadily rising ever since, with co-signs from the likes of Joey Bada$$ and OG Maco, collaborations with A$AP Mob, Odd Future, Danny Seth and Allan Kingdom, to mention a few.
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Audio: Sir Foster f/ Bonecrusher, Pastor Troy - "I'm a Beast"
SF: Sir Foster recruits fellow ATLiens-and southern hip hop legends-Bonecrusher and Pastor Troy for his new single. “I’m A Beast” is a tour de force from the opening moments of the song.
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Audio: Fetty Wap Presents Tapia - "Lie No More"
Shy: FETTY WAP PRESENTS...
LISTEN TO HIS CATCHY NEW SINGLE,
"LIE NO MORE"
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If you missed any of the new reviews this past week including Nipsey Hussle's "Victory Lap" then do yourself a favor and check out this week's edition of the (W)rap Up!
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Audio: Kid Koala - "Five Foot Stomp" (Floor Kids Soundtrack)
R.C.: Today he shared the new single "Five Spot Stomp" with BrooklynVegan, pairing a rumbling upright bass and a classic break - complete with dropouts and handclaps from the crew - giving a nod to the influence funk and jazz left on hip-hop.
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Video: EverythingOShauN - "Pylons"
E.T.: EverythingOShauN is a Brampton, Ontario based rapper who is aiming to take his success stateside. He's garnered raves from Complex who calls his style, "soulful, slow-rolling trap" and HipHopDX who wrote, "each track is evidence of his versatility."
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Audio: Joe Moses f/ Future - "Back Goin Brazy"
AKW: UPCOMING LABEL DEBUT, SOWOP EP, HERALDED BY NEW SINGLE
“BACK GOIN BRAZY (FEAT. FUTURE)”
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Audio: Apathy f/ Celph Titled, M.O.P. - "Stomp Rappers"
DM360: Apathy - "STOMP RAPPERS"
Featuring M.O.P. & Celph Titled
The Widow's Son Available Now!
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Editorial courtesy of Steve 'Flash' Juon:
"Yo, I play my enemies like a game of chess
Where I rest no stress if you don't smoke sess
'less, I must confess, my destiny's manifest
In some Goretex and sweats
I make tracks like I'm homeless
Rap orgies with Porgie and Bess
capture your bounty like Elliot Ness YES!
Bless you if you represent the Fu
but I hex you
with some witches brew if you doo-doo"
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Editorial courtesy of Steve 'Flash' Juon: Growing up the quickest and easiest way to separate "real hip-hop" from "pop rap music" was to compare it to MC Hammer. Apologies to Mr. Burrell but that's the simple truth of the matter. While the cultural appropriation of Robert Van Winkle was so obvious as to be self-evident long before "cultural appropriation" was a widely used term, more careful examination was necessary for other rappers. There was a vanguard of "keeping it real" epitomized by KRS-One throwing Prince Be off stage. This was a dramatic example of hip-hop culture protecting itself from being co-opted that generally presented itself in a more playful yet equally pointed way.
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