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Video: Young Coffee & J-Rawstein - "Army Music"
WCM: You can follow Young Coffee
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Sha Stimuli On Why He Ripped Down Michael Jackson Posters
Str8OutDaDen: We caught up with Brooklyn emcee Sha Stimuli to ask him our 3 Lazy Questions. During that time he remembers ripping down his Michael Jackson posters, leaving basketball for hip-hop, spoke on what inspires him and more.
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Video: Julian Rothchild - "And You Know It"
J.R.: I am submitting my latest music video for my single "And You Know It" produced by BoomClap. This is the first visual off my upcoming EP "ROTHCHILD" that comes out in May.
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Video: Babyface Monster f/ P1, Def-D - "All I Ever Had"
Carl: Chicago, IL
Video: Babyface Monster - All I Ever Had ft. P1 and Def-D
Produced by: P1
Shot by: Emvi
Edited by: KSBlissMedia
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Audio: I Still Love H.E.R. - The Show 02/15
Wanja: Featuring Fashawn, Smoke DZA, Joey Bada$$, Big Sean, Action Bronson, Kendrick Lamar, Drake and more.
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If you missed any of the new reviews this past week including Big Sean's "Dark Sky Paradise" then do yourself a favor and check out this week's edition of the (W)rap Up!
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Rediculus 'In Response: Dee Fi' (Platformz Music)
PR: Chicago’s very own Rediculus is excited to the release of his next project, In Response: Dee-Fi. The album will feature 15 tracks all produced by the beatsmith, who is getting reintroduced to the world of music after taking a year long hiatus.
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Video: Jise f/ Freestyle - "F@ll"
CJM: Jise - F@ll ft. Freestyle
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Video: Chris Rivers f/ Whispers - "The Statement 2.0"
Dean: Chris Rivers Feat. Whispers "The Statement 2.0"
Produced By: Khardier Da God
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Editorial courtesy of Steve 'Flash' Juon:
"1989! Another... another summer." Except that it was anything but "another summer." Check out part two of our top twenty hip-hop videos from 1989, a year in which the success of Yo! MTV Raps quickly launched off two competing shows on BET and FOX. It was a year when rap music achieved unprecedented heights of dominance both culturally and commercially.
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