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Video: Petter Jones at Voltage Lounge Show
Q: "Petter Jones has many shows lined up and this here is his recent performance at Voltage Lounge in Philly."
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Video: Shabaam Sahdeeq - "Keepers of the Lost Art"
DM360: "Bearing The Gospel of Hip Hop by KRS One, "Keepers of the Lost Art" follows Brooklyn spitter Shabaam Sahdeeq as he seeks to educate the younger generation on the elements of the culture, all while getting busy over an infectious instrumental, courtesy of Res Nullious. As rap's answer to Indiana Jones, S-Dub travels through the plains of Egypt, to the ocean's depths, all while the illustrations of the young B-Girl and B-Boys featured on the album cover of the same name come to life to join his adventure."
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Audio: Black One - "#PromoRap No. 6 (Chronicles is Back!!!)"
Courtesy Black One.
Hip Hop / Future Flow / Neo Pop
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Video: Sol f/ E.M.A., Hennessy - "Ain't No Competition"
Joshua: "Today marks the release of the visual for "Ain't No Competition" by Sol featuring Hennessy and E.M.A. This single is off Sol's newest album Distress Signals. Sol is one-half of the Sacramento Hip Hop duo The BeatKnocks. The video was directed and edited by Sol and his production company On Point Productions."
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Audio: Sadistik f/ Eyedea - "Chemical Burns"
Sadistik: "Over dreary production, Sadistik kicks things off with a verse thatís reminiscent of Eyedea in some ways. Content-wise, itís introspective but confrontational, and it avoids the traditional flow for something that sounds more like a rapper who grew up on punk and psychedelic rock. The dismal vibe is intensified when the chorus kicks in, and then in verse two, itís a familiar voice."
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Audio: Souls of Mischief & Adrian Younge - "There Is Only Now" (ft. Snoop Dogg)
Audible Treats: "Recorded solely on 2" analogue tape using only live instrumentation, Adrian Younge and his band Venice Dawn offer break-beat drums, flurrying keys, and warm bass as the back drop for the Cali-bred MC's. In addition to Snoop, the album includes features from Busta Rhymes, William Hart of the Delfonics, and Scarub of the Living Legends crew and narration by Ali Shaheed Muhammad who takes on the character of a radio DJ for the fictional radio station K-NOW, as he narrates parts of the story."
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Video: Yung Kha - "Praying Hard"
Joe Bayer: "Born and bred in New Jersey, Yung Kha started rapping when he was just 9 years old. Although his parents provided a safe-haven for him, Kha had a difficult time avoiding the pitfalls and perils of urban life, which proved to be very difficult, and at times impossible. Although his parents worked hard to keep Yung Kha on the right path, the gravitational pull of the street life was hard for him to resist."
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Video: Che Merk - "Def Jam Free Dolo"
K.S.: "Spend a day in the life with Che in the video, watching him do his thing in his city. Feel free to share on all blogs and social media. Thank you for all your support thus far!"
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Video: Fel Sweetenberg - "The Name Itself"
Effiscienz: "Y'all check out THE NAME ITSELF, the third video out of FEL SWEETENBERG's solo album THE INVISIBLE GARDEN, entirely produced by DJ BRANS."
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Video: Jorai - "Push"
JW: "Undergound hip hop artist Jorai drops the video for "Push", his solo song from the collaborative album "Success" with fellow emcee Sheem One. The "Push" video highlights a day in the life of the family man Jorai, and shows that sometimes its all you can do to push through the day. The song is an intensely personal one that speaks to the strength in pushing through hard times."
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