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Video: S-8ighty - "I Love It"
Joe: S-8ighty has had a great 2016 musically, as he dug his heels into the game earlier this year when he teamed up with Lil Wayne on wax for the remix of his widely popular single "Halfway," as well as the subsequent official music video.
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If you missed any of the new reviews this past week including Vinnie Paz' "The Cornerstone of the Corner Store" then do yourself a favor and check out this week's edition of the (W)rap Up!
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Video: U.G. (Cella Dwellas) - "Broken Vessel"
CJM: The Cella Dwellas general U.G. is back again with new audio visuals. “Broken Vessel” the dark orchestrated symphony provided by IDE takes us on a mechanical journey through portals of imagination, and creativity, with hard hitting, placed word play.
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Video: Dizzy Wright & Demrick - "Roll Up"
A.T.: Dizzy Wright and Demrick complement each other like a perfect hybrid strain of marijuana. With a laid-back delivery and an easygoing drawl, Dizzy Wright is a calming indica to counteract Demrick the forceful, energetic sativa.
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Audio: Nomad f/ Roy The Savage - "Winter Winners"
Matt: Longtime friends and Brooklyn-bred artists, NoMad and Roy The Savage team up for yet another track titled “Winter Time Winners” to build anticipation for Nomad’s upcoming project titled "To Whom It May Concern" dropping next month. Nomad starts the track with a melodic autotune sound but switches it up to a heavy-hitting New York flow once the beat drops.
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Substantial Announces the Release of His Upcoming Album, The Past Is Always Present In The Future
HiPNOTT: SUBSTANTIAL PREPARES FOR
THE RELEASE OF HIS NEW ALBUM,
THE PAST IS ALWAYS PRESENT IN THE FUTURE
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Video: Jabee - "Tried So Hard"
Dunn: So El-P produced “Stephanie” for Jabee a while back but all Jabee has done is grow. And now this video for “Tried So Hard”. One of my favorites of the year.
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Editorial courtesy of Steve 'Flash' Juon: Over the past two years, I've become an unapologetic fan of the Game Grumps channel on YouTube. It's hard to imagine a day that goes by where I don't watch one of their videos, even if it's late at night after a long day of work is finally done. Even though the majority of that viewing is attributable to Leigh Daniel Avidan a/k/a "Danny Sexbang" and Arin "Egoraptor" Hanson and the comedic rapport that exists between them while playing video games, I've also come to enjoy the shows that spun off from the success of the Grumps -- particularly Steam Train episodes with Barry and Ross.
I've discovered a lot of other YouTube gaming personalities because of the Grumps as well -- Jirard the Completionist, Commander Holly, Mortem3r, and so on. As a life long gamer their content is something I greatly appreciate.
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Editorial courtesy of Steve 'Flash' Juon: I subscribe to a philosophy that there are many roads to knowing about the universe we live in and whatever higher powers might exist therein. I think Christian, Muslim, Buddhist and Jewish traditions all offer a glimpse into that realm. I could name dozens of different religions and practices but I believe you get the idea when I say that to me the idea of "one truth" doesn't make sense to me spiritually or scientifically. I think the only way that works for me is to accept all of the plausible ideas about existence and recognize that any truth in them individually may be part of the larger truth - one that is quite possibly inconceivable to the human mind.
The universe itself is already larger than man can conceive. Even the distance between our sun and the furthest reaches of our own solar system is hard to grasp. You can walk to the post office, you can drive to California, you can fly to the moon or Mars (maybe) without enough money and rocket science, but that's about it. We think we've explored this whole planet, and yet there are vast parts of this Earth underneath the oceans no human eye has seen. There's so much out there that we just don't know.
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It's time for another edition of The Hip-Hop Shop. Episode #406 is called The Christmas Edition 2016!! Today you'll hear work from Moka Only, K-Drama, Mega Ran and more! Follow us @RapReviews so you never miss a new podsafe free show - like The Drunk Train from Adam Bernard.
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