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Masta Killa, GZA & Inspectah Deck Perform "Triumph"
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J-Zone Appearing At Your Local Foot Locker Store (Sort Of)
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K-Murdock - Interview on "Hip-Hop 4 The People"
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If you missed any of the new reviews this past week, including Marco Polo and Ruste Juxx's The Exxecution, then do yourself a solid and catch up with this week's installment of The (W)rap Up!
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This week's Hip-Hop Shop may be Episode 69 but there's Nuttin' Dirty But Tha Music. We're featuring new songs from Armageddon, Black Bobby, the tag team of Unjust & Opio plus much more! If you like what you hear be sure to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with feedback or to get more information about sponsoring the show. Hip-Hop Shop features podsafe music, so give a copy to your friends and tell them to check us out every week at RapReviews.com! PS: Be sure to check out our good friends mrob & The Cancer at K4D too!
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Sway's F64, as expected he kills it
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Hopsin recently acted as director, cameraman, editor and artist on his most recent video for the edgy street single, “Motherfu*cker.” Shot entirely guerrilla style on his privately owned mini cam and edited on his home computer.
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MTV documentary type video of Dorrough at SXSW (2010)
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Fresh off the release of the most recent Georgia & Declaime album, SomeOthaShip, Declaime aka Dudley Perkins is preparing the release of his latest solo album as one of two initial releases from Georgia Anne Muldrow's and Declaime's own label, SomeOthaShip Connect. The album, titled FONK, will be available digitally as well as on CD and vinyl May 4th.
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The Smoking Section, out in his hometown to give viewers insight into what a day in the life is like for the rising MC. Escorting viewers through the streets of this culturally and historically rich district of San Francisco, DaVinci expresses the impact that his hometown has had upon his music, and the prolific stock of inspiration that he has derived from living there.
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