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K Camp Lacks Direction On ‘SlumLords’ Mixtape
This isn’t K Camp’s first time on the verge of blowing up. Back in 2009, the Atlanta MC scored a local smash with the Roscoe Dash-leaning “All Night,” after performing at open mics with Waka Flocka Flame and Travis Porter. The latter two as…
¡Mayday! And Murs Craft A Ripe Summer Album With ‘¡MURSDAY!’
When Murs signed with Strange Music earlier this year, it raised more than a few eyebrows. How would this West Coast MC with a famously relaxed and buoyant flow, fit in with such an infamously dramatic crew? With the release of his first album on the independent label, a collaboration with the Stran…
Nitty Scott, MC Offers Smooth Vibes On ‘The Art Of Chill’
“Born in Michigan, made in Florida, paid in New York.” Nitty Scott, MC brings a different perception into the life of a female rapper. As a self-proclaimed progressive hip-hop artist, Nitty Scott talks about more than shoes and shopping as she states are part of the &ldqu…
50 Cent’s ‘Animal Ambition’ Proves Hip-Hop Still Needs Him
Do fans still care about 50 Cent? Five years ago, with the commercial flop Before I Self Destruct selling a shockingly low 159,700 copies in the first week, it seemed like they didn't. 50 saw a gradual decline in his popularity after he took an L from Kanye West during their competitive album s…
Deniro Farrar Thrives In His Own Lane With ‘Rebirth’ EP
Beats, rhymes, and braggadocio—these core elements form the basis of what comes to pass as hip-hop; the latter being just one aspect of many that differentiates the art form from other genres. Most rappers make it their prime M.O. to lose themselves in illusory worlds of Bentleys galore and bl…

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