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Dizzy Wright Leaves Fans Wanting More On ‘State Of Mind’ EP
Dizzy Wright, the nephew of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony member Layzie Bone, has worked tirelessly to solidify himself as one of hip-hop's new torch bearers. The Funk Volume representative has built a cult following by maintaining a consistent tour schedule and releasing just enough material to keep hi…
Asher Roth Explores Too Many Influences On ‘RetroHash’
Remember Asher Roth? The bushy-haired Pennsylvania native, who signed to Steve Rifkind’s SRC label via Def Jam, before earning his way onto the cover of the ’09 Freshmen issue? In the aftermath of his much maligned debut, Asleep In The Bread Aisle, a fun, semi-pop crossover record that didn’t quite …
August Alsina Brings His Brand Of R&B On ‘Testimony’
Tag-lined as a 21-year old R&B crooner "groomed" by Grammy Award-winning The-Dream, Def Jam’s August Alsina has a lot to live up to. Starting his career in 2011, the New Orleans artist made a move to Atlanta that not only changed his career for the better, b…
Chuck Inglish Explores New Territory On ‘Convertibles’
Convertibles, the debut solo album from Chuck Inglish, is a sonically ambitious affair, mixing Inglish’s laid back lyricism with infectious party vibes. The album, co-produced by Mike Einzinger—the guitarist from Incubus for all you who got down with Morning View—is an ec…

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