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Meek Mill Keeps It Consistent With His ‘Dreamchasers 3′ Mixtape

Meek Mill has come a long way from Flamers. The Philadelphia rhyme-slinger has grown tremendously in the last years, developing from a local North Philly artist to a major player in one of hip-hops hottest labels, Maybach Music Group...

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Danny Brown Battles His Demons On The Powerful And Haunting ‘Old’

Danny Brown Battles His Demons On The Powerful And Haunting 'Old'

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Deltron 3030 Is Back From the Future With ‘Event II’

This year’s biggest hip-hop releases—from Drake’s Nothing Was The Same to Jay Z’s Magna Carta Holy Grail—were driven by a desire to capitalize on today’s social media-centered zeitgeist. This is a ...

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Drake Makes His Claim For The Throne With ‘Nothing Was The Same’

Drake Makes His Claim For The Throne With 'Nothing Was The Same'

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Flatbush Zombies Show Signs Of Life On ‘Better Off Dead’ Mixtape

Since grabbing the attention of many opening for A$AP Rocky at his first headlining show in NYC two years ago, the Flatbush Zombies have cemented themselves as leaders in the Beast Coast movement...

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SL Jones Doesn’t Play To His Strengths On ‘Way Of Life No Hobby’ Mixtape

The intersection between rap and R&B has evolved in the last few years, allowing many artists to venture out and expand one talent into multiple talents...

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Maybach Music Group Is Up To Business As Usual On ‘Self Made Vol. 3′

Maybach Music Group’s Self Made Vol. 3 is a heat check for Rick Ross’ label. The climate of hip-hop has been subtly shifting in the last year, with artists like Kendrick Lamar and Macklemore becoming giant stars on a commercial level...

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J-Zone Returns To Rap As Sharp As Ever On ‘Peter Pan Syndrome’

Don’t let anybody tell you otherwise; turning 30 is the worst. Jay Z might have spent the last decade attempting to make good credit score rap the modern embodiment of nouveau riche cool but ask any 22 year-old with rock-hard abs and a nuclear-strength Krebs cycle about the prospect of getting old and Jay’s “30 Is the new 20” sloganeering will elicit sarcastic guffaws...

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The Underachievers Test Out A New Approach On ‘Lords Of Flatbush’ Mixtape

The Underachievers hit the ground running this year by capitalizing on the inescapable buzz for their project Indigoism. Looking to re-assert themselves in the scene as leaders of the Beast Coast—a loose-knit collective of New York rap groups including Pro Era and the Flatbush Zombies—the Underachievers recently relinquished an 8-track EP titled Lords of Flatbush, which finds Ak and Issa paying homage to their native Brooklyn and drawing inspiration from a 1974 film of the same name about the coming of age of four young men in 1958. The EP gra...

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2 Chainz Stays True To Himself On ‘B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time’

The first thing to know about the new 2 Chainz album is that the opening song is called "Fork." The second thing to know is that you probably already know what it sounds like...

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