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Video: Mega Ran & Storyville - "React"
Matt: Teacher/Rapper/Hero Mega Ran, known for his video game tribute tracks and deal with Capcom, is not playing around on his new cut "React." On the upbeat b-boy anthem, Ran and Storyville, collectively known as Soul Veggies, rip and ride through the track with ease, while the video, directed by Michael Cardoza, sees our heroes in a 1940's Dragnet-style car chase, only to see Storyville caught by the coppers, who find out our heroes are hiding a mysterious secret.
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Audio: Nitty Scott, MC - "Post To Be (Freestyle)"
Erin: It may be the start of 2015, but Nitty Scott, MC already has her mind set on taking over the new year. With new visuals in production, a new line of merchandise called #BaeGod and a visit to Ebro at New York's Hot 97 scheduled for next week, the effervescent artist takes on a DJ Mustard beat and drops the freestyle, "Post to Be."
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Audio: Nodis - "Yammers"
Dunn: Meet Nodis, emerging 18-year-old DC rapper. Nodis comes in more than strong with his brand new installment "Yammers" off his upcoming debut mixtape 22nd Century. "Yammers" is produced by District 9 (Waka Flocka), on 22nd Century alongside Grammy-Award winner Blac Elvis (Beyonce, T.I, Rick Ross, Ciara).
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Audio: Mayhem x Soulslicers ft. G.Dot & Born "Mafioso Lyrical"
Chris: "Mafioso Lyrical" is the first single off of the Mayhem & Soulslicers Collaborative album "Soul It MaySeem" out later this year. The song pairs Boston Rhyme Duo & Edo.G apprentices, G-Dot & Born with Beantown spitter, Mayhem over a smooth but feverish boom bap backdrop provided by the Soulslicers (Switzerland) with cuts by DJ Ker.
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Video: AJ Suede - "Watch Me Build a Pyramid"
AJ: AJ Suede is a producer/emcee from East Harlem, New York by way of East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. His FREEMINDS Collective was founded in collaboration with videographer Omar Jones, Owen Jones and Connor Brennan. The collective is a platform that promotes art and creativity with a DIY mentality and beer.
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Audio: Yaves - "Revolver"
Josh: Yaves releases new single Revolver. The content is an infiltration into a culture that is in need of a revolution. "Stupidity is gold now-a-days/ all these gold chains got them rapping like slaves/talking sideways I want to snatch them off stage/ how you cop Jís and your bills ainít paid", Yaves' dexterity...
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Audio: Fly Ty f/ Jazze Pha & Mark Murrille - "Mexico"
Joe: Against Da Grain Ent / Desert Storm artist Fly Ty surfaces for the first time this year, but he's not riding solo. Ty enlists the talents of Jazze Pha and Mark Murrille who not only adds a verse, but he provides the production as well. Serving the demand in the streets, "Mexico" is a slow winding single laced with cocaine-infused bars from start to finish.
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Audio: Willie The Kid f/ Royce Da 5'9" - "The Watch"
Matt: Willie The Kidís ambitious new album, The Fly 3, and its 48-minute companion piece The Fly Short Film are now available at TheFlyVentures.com (and it will be available on iTunes in February).
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Audio: Sadat X f/ King T - "Sliddin" (prod. Vanderslice)
Mike T: Sadat X has spent the last two years preparing an album a whole generation of Hip-Hop fans have been waiting for. NEVER LEFT is a project that celebrates Sadat X' illustrious 25 year career and serves as a testament to New York City's continued ability to fit in today's musical landscape.
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Video: Divine Suns - "Divine Suns" (dir. Magnesium)
MAP: Video Description: Some of the greatest stories have never been told. Some of the best songs have never been heard. At least not on radio. Such is the case with the Atlanta collective of Divine Suns. A narrative that began in heated cyphers on the campus of Morehouse College sees the light of day with a crisp and humble visual treatment. And while not household names, they are hardly new to the game.
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