Video: DubbleOO - "The World We Live In"
As DubbleOO continues to build towards the online release of his latest mixtape Beast Mode, Vol. 2, an effort that will precede his own sophomore solo album, in addition to a joint album with Bay Area rapper The Jacka, he's today giving fans the chance to check out the video for "The World We Live In," pulled from his recent Beast Mode, Vol. 1 mixtape.
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MP3: SUN - "Demonstration"
Following the release of his "Tunnel Vision" mixtape and MTV featured video "Round & Round" with Slim Thug, SUN returns with a new single titled "Demonstration" produced by Mayhem.
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MP3: B.O.B.G. f/ Juvenile - "I Am Paid"
"I Am Paid"
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Rap & Religion: Understanding The Gangstas God by Dr. Ebony Utley
Rap and Religion: Understanding the Gangsta’s God (Available from Praeger, June 30, 2012) tackles a sensitive and controversial topic: the juxtaposition—and seeming hypocrisy—of references to God within rap music. Hip hop culture and rap music in particular have been condemned for inciting violence, promoting misogyny, and perpetuating racial stereotypes.
Amazon - Rap and Religion: Understanding the Gangsta's God
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Video: High Times Interviews Smoke DZA + Harry Fraud
Rugby Thompson, the highly anticipated full-length collaboration between Harlem rapper Smoke DZA and rising hitmaker Harry Fraud, hits stores everywhere today. To celebrate, High Times caught up with the two certified stoners to discuss some of their smoking habits and preferences - including weed's role in Harry's beat-making process, DZA's thoughts on performing while high, and more. The duo will be both judging and performing at the 2012 High Times Medical Cannabis Cup in San Francisco on June 23rd.
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New Audio: G.Huff & Vice Souletric - "Are We There Yet?"
G. Huff and Vice Souletric have quickly become two of the most respected new Hip-Hop artists to come out the Midwest. The Ohio MC/Producer duo made waves in 2011 with their debut album, Where Do We Go From Here?, which featured a who's who of talent such as Guilty Simpson, REKS, Termanology, and more. In addition, Vice will have production on upcoming albums from Scarface, Reek Da Villian and others in 2012.
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Announcing "Being Beastie" | Cancer Benefit Event | September 7, 2012
The ground in Buffalo is still shaking following the highly successful event, "Being BIG", a hip hop karaoke-inspired, cancer awareness-raising benefit and tribute held this past March. On Friday September 7th at DBGB, longtime local producer-promoters Damon Bodine and Tony Caferro are teaming up to bring you round two of this dynamic fundraiser, and this time around they're calling it "Being Beastie".
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Audio: Driicky Graham - "S.O.S."
NWEMG & eONE ENTERTAINMENT present DRIICKY GRAHAM "S.O.S."
The 1st single off his debut mixtape "YA GOTTA START SOMEWHERE" Out JUNE 26TH Hosted by DJ ILL WILL.
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New Audio: Fokis & RP f/ Rich Rivera - "Cake & Eat It Too"
“Cake & Eat It Too” featuring Rich Rivera (produced by Fokeezy) is the third official single off of Fokis’ upcoming The Vintage Album which is slated for release August 28, 2012. The Vintage Album Features Kurtis Blow, N.O.R.E, DMC, Spoonie Gee, Craig G, Kool G Rap, Brand Nubian, Mic Geronimo, and more.
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Video: TOPE - "Goodness"
Fresh off the release of his brand new EP SINCE THE LAST TIME WE SPOKE, TOPE is back with visuals for the Hi-Res produced track entitled, GOODNESS. Filmed in downtown Portland, Oregon by PortArea Production's Drew Martin and Will Corwin. GOODNESS originally appeared as an interlude on TOPE's full-length album, UNTIL THE NEXT TIME WE MEET and then later surfaced as full version on the STLTWS EP. GOODNESS marks the first collalboraton between TOPE and PortArea Productions and also serves as TOPE's (Anthony Anderson) directorial debut! Turn this one up LOUD and ENJOY!
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