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Video: @Soulb @12FINGERDAN @QNC2 @ILLADRENALINE "Who's Next"
Posted by Steve Juon at Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 at 8:00PM :: Email this article :: Print this article

Video: Soulbrotha f/ Q Ball & Curt Cazal (QNC) "Who's Next"

Ill: new video

SOULBROTHA

featuring Q BALL & CURT CAZAL (QNC)

"Who's Next"
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Audio: @JeuGreen - "Drink Up, Smoke Up"
Posted by Steve Juon at Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 at 6:00PM :: Email this article :: Print this article

Audio: Jeu Green - "Drink Up, Smoke Up"

E.A.: As his first release of the year, Jeu Green has rolled up with "Drink Up, Smoke Up," which is pretty different from your regular 'smoker's anthem.' It touches a little more on the the effects of using drinking and smoking as everyday vices.
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Video: @DFocis - "Open Letter to Mr. West"
Posted by Steve Juon at Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 at 4:00PM :: Email this article :: Print this article

Video: D.Focis - "Open Letter to Mr. West"

D: Directed by DF Visuals and Tim Smith Photography, Detroit MC D.Focis takes a moment to pen an open letter to his favorite artist. D masterfully tackles many of the issues on other fans minds regarding the career of the Chicago legend.
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Video: Friday AKA Ricky Dred - "COLD"

BB: While a teenage hustler in training, Friday started a group called Southside with childhood friends Douglas “Lord Raz” Sangster and Russel “Rebel Lion” Adams. As part of the Eye Spy Crew conglomerate alongside DJ Majess, Tara Chase, and Mister Phayze, Southside shared the stage with several hip-hop legends, including Redman, Mobb Deep, and The Roots.
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Video: Broadway B f/ Roberto Horns - "Fly Out" (@thebroadwayb)
Posted by Steve Juon at Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 at 12:00PM :: Email this article :: Print this article

Video: Broadway B f/ Roberto Horns - "Fly Out"

BB: FLY OUT is a fun track that is all about leaving your cares behind and going to experience new and more exciting things.
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Audio: Decap - "Diamond Mechanics" (@DecapMusic)
Posted by Steve Juon at Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 at 10:00AM :: Email this article :: Print this article

Audio: Decap - "Diamond Mechanics"

D: Decap just released his latest track “Diamond Mechanics” taking the listener on a journey to an altered state of consciousness. This track has banging heavy 808’s infused with dark pianos and vinyl crackle, with elements of Trap, Hip-Hop and Future Beats all in one sonic hologram.
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Video: Dolita - "Intro" (@DollaSheen)
Posted by Steve Juon at Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 at 8:00AM :: Email this article :: Print this article

Video: Dolita - "Intro"

DMV: The talented DMV emcee Dolita just dropped a new music video on us, "Intro". The video has been receiving a great response since it's premiere on DMVLIFE.com. Following up on the success of his previous music video, "Free Bars", Dolita is back at it with one of the best videos to come out of the DMV in a minute.
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The (W)rap Up - Week of January 12, 2016
Posted by Emanuel Wallace at Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 at 1:30AM :: Email this article :: Print this article

If you missed any of the new reviews this past week including Murs & 9th Wonder's "Brighter Daze" then do yourself a favor and check out this week's edition of the (W)rap Up!
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The Drunk Train - Episode #4: Joey Batts & Fjer
Posted by Steve Juon at Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 at 12:00AM :: Email this article :: Print this article

[Joey Batts]The Drunk Train - Episode 4: Adam "Illus" Wallenta, & Deep of 2 Hungry Bros.

Episode number four of The Drunk Train is here!

My guests are Connecticut based emcee Joey Batts, and Danish singer Fjer.


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Editorial: The Dream Has Not Been Forgotten
Posted by Steve Juon at Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 at 12:00AM :: Email this article :: Print this article

[Martin Luther King Jr. courtesy Wikimedia Commons]Editorial courtesy of Steve 'Flash' Juon.

Hip-Hop is not by nature an art form of complacency and endorsement of the status quo. It was born out of disenfranchisement, segregation, poverty and the outright racism that led to all of those conditions.

The elements of hip-hop share a common theme in that they re-imagined old concepts and forms in newer artistic ways. A spray can in your hand wasn't just a tool to finish a piece of furniture - it was a way to put a piece of your soul on a previously depressingly dull city wall. A turntable didn't just play your favorite tunes - it could run them back and forth under a needle to create entirely new ones.
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