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Audio: Nametag Alexander - "The Playlist" (Full Stream)
LABL: If you've followed Detroit MC, Nametag's solo music career from the beginning, then you're aware he has released a great deal of music from '07 until recent. "The Playlist" is NOT an official music release, but it's meant to recap Tag's prior releases for both current and new fans/listeners. This is also meant to hold you over until the "TAGLINES" EP release, which should be available sometime in December, no later than January. Check out the track listing for "The Playlist" below.
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Audio: Innocent? f/ Sadat X - "Old Souls"
PR Dean: HERES A BONUS TRACK FROM INNOCENT? & STAN DA MAN "WHIP APPEAL" EP FEATURING SADAT X...."OLD SOULS" SHOWS LYRICAL CONTENT FROM TWO OF THESE EMCESS AND THE HARD HITTING BEAT THAT MAKES IT A MASTERPIECE... A SONG U CANNOT MISS....THE VIDEO IS COMING SOON....WHIP APPEAL IS ON BANDCAMP RIGHT NOW!
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Audio: Rick Quick Repurposes "Walking Dead" on "MASK"
Sims: A city named Woodbury disguises itself as a safe haven for the characters in "The Walking Dead". Yet once the city lifts its mask, it's true identity shows itself. There are some of us walking the earth who prefer not to live in disguise. Rich Quick bellows his story in his new track. "MASK" - "Walking Dead" fans will quickly recognize the haunting melody that mimics the sounds of the undead.
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Mixtape: Miami's YMN #MillionGang: Reloaded f/ Rich Homie Quan & More
Dove: Keo, Cashmeir and Lipp of Young MillioNaire$ Entertainment have been busy preparing #MillionGang: Reloaded throughout their recent "Came From The Bottom" promo tour. Today the Miami collective presents the original project which features appearances from Rich Homie Quan, football star Chad Thomas and more.
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Video: ARoc - "The Future" (Shot by @hosofilms)
OTI: New Aroc Visual.
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If you missed any of the new reviews this past week including Travis Scott's "Rodeo" then do yourself a favor and check out this week's edition of the (W)rap Up!
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Video: Wildcard & Apathy - "Arson Rap"
Celph: Apathy & Celph Titled present the latest signee to their Dirty Version Records imprint, Wildcard, with his latest video for "Arson Rap" which is produced by Apathy. This single is taken from Wildcard's forthcoming album "The War Vol. 1" due out in early 2016 on Dirty Version Records.
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Audio: A-Trak Releases "We All Fall Down" Remix EP
Biz 3: A-Trak has released an EP for "We All Fall Down", out today via Fool's Gold including the original song with Jamie Lidell and remixes from CID, Volt & State, Jarreau Vandal and a special re-touch from Jamie Lidell. The collaboration has gained over 5 million plays on Spotify in a just over a month and is the start of a new chapter for A-Trak. Read more about the next step in A-Trak's career at Vanity Fair and Forbes, and stream the We All Fall Down EP below.
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Editorial courtesy of Steve 'Flash' Juon:
I'm not sure what the disconnect between Shawn Carter and Vevo/YouTube is on this one. It's not as though the site was brand new and people were putting clips and music videos on it for the first time. It had been around since 2005. Every other artist with a single I could think of who I confirmed had a video in 2009 was easily available on YouTube. Even completely in limbo songs like T.I.'s "Remember Me" featuring Mary J. Blige, which was supposed to be a bonus track on a re-release of "Paper Trail," still had a video on YouTube.
None of the videos from "The Blueprint 3" are anywhere to be found though. Perhaps like our reviewer Jesal 'Jay Soul' Padania, Shawn Carter isn't a fan of his work in this era.
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Editorial courtesy of Steve 'Flash' Juon:
I'm not sure I've ever had to do this before in a "Twenty Most" list on RapReviews, and I hope I don't ever have to do it again, but the real #1 song of 2009 isn't here. In fact it could in fairness be argued that at least three of the true best videos of 2009 are nowhere to be found on this list, and that's a GD shame.
I'm not sure what the disconnect between Shawn Carter and Vevo/YouTube is on this one. It's not as though the site was brand new and people were putting clips and music videos on it for the first time.
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