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Facebook is the #2 ranked site on the internet according to Alexa. You are undoubtedly well familiar with that blue background and white text - possibly even a little sick of it if recent news stories are any indication. We're certainly not here to knock the hustle.
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It's time for another new edition of The Hip-Hop Shop. Episode #283 is Weather the Storm of Youth in Revolt. Stop watching bad news on CNN for a bit and enjoy good new music from Jared Xavier, Well$, Sean Scott and Skinny-C! Follow us @RapReviews so you never miss a new show when it's released each Tuesday.
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Video: Crew54 f/ DJ Modesy - "N-E-WAN-TESS"
Wanja: While preparing for the release of their long awaited "Wyld Gentlemen" project with Dichter2 Productions out of Germany. Crew54 connected with France's own DJ Modesty to not only host an episode of "The Real Hip-Hop Show" but collab for the this banger. The boys run up in the local radio station, take it over, and let the people know that "anyone tests... God Bless em."
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Mixtape: MF Skum - "Civilized Genocide"
C.A.: 17 year old emcee MF SKUM RELEASES HIS DEBUT TAPE " CIVILIZED GENOCIDE ". THE ALBUM FEATURES HIRIITHEHUMAN , LORD CREAM , METAPHYZICS , YESHUA OF CHEMICAL APE AND HAS PRODUCTION FROM UR SENSEI , METAPHYZICS , HIRIITHEHUMAN , LUKE BONDS AND MF SKUM HIMSELF WITH CO PRODUCTION WITH LORD CREAM.
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Video: Chemical Ape - "Ape Veins"
C.A.: Chemical Ape releases the video to their smooth yet lethal single "Ape Veins" that has received radio play on London radio show Amazing Radio, cosigned by afro punk and is featured on MF SKUM's debut tape "Civilized Genocide."
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Video: Frinly - "Man of the City"
Michael: San Diego, California – Life Guarding Network is proud to announce the release of the hip-hop video, Man of The City, shot on location in Mississippi, by Eclipse Hendricks. Frinly has toured with Big Boi of Outkast, Lil' Boosie, 8 Ball & MJG, the late Pimp C of UGK, Webbie, Gucci Mane, Jagged Edge, Ludacris, Bone, Thugs and Harmony, and more.
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Audio: Juiccy Luccy - "Right Now"
RRP: Elizabeth Cole a.k.a Juiccy Luccy who grew up in south side St. Petersburg, Florida, won July's edition of Exposure Open Mic at Apache Cafe in Atlanta. Check out her single, "Right Now," on the link below.
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Audio: Sy Ari Da Kid Shouts Out DJ YRS Jerzy
Description: The next hottest artist coming out of Atlanta is the one and only Sy Ari Da Kid. He has some pretty big projects out with some major artists in his native city. He has not yet gotten the chance to work with DJ YRS Jerzy directly but they have been featured on some of the same mixtapes. Grind recognizes grind and he decided to give Jerzy a shout out. The people would love to see Sy Ari Da Kid and DJ YRS Jerzy on a collaborative project together and maybe this is the start of what is next to happen.
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Audio: Dante Kennedy f/ Corey Lee - "You Don't Belong"
Corey: Travie Mccoy's (@TravieMcCoy) BATSQUAD MUSIC ARTIST Dante Kennedy (@DanteKennedy1) has teamed Up With Norristown's Rising Star Corey Lee (@Coreylee610) to present the record "You Don't Belong". This record is featured on #RevoltTV & #HipHopWeekly to name a few.
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Common: Ode To HipHop (1999 Remix)
Str8OutDaDen: For the past couple of weeks now I have had Common's Nobody's Smiling LP on repeat. Then out of left field comes a video of Common freestyling at the Fat Beats opening in 1997. That's when I got to thinking about a remix of Common's "1999" record featuring Sadat X that I put together years ago. For a while it was thought to be lost due to a failed hard drive, but then while going through one of my thumb drives I found it. So for all of you Lazies and fans of Common, hear is a little something that I like to call "Ode To HipHop".
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