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Big Pooh, Dirty Pretty Things

North Carolina spitter Big Pooh comes through with his third solo album, Dirty Pretty Things, looking to solidify himself as a solo artist...

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Freeway, The Intermission

Freeway returns with hi slatest offering, the 18-track mixtape The Intermission, where the Philly native brings his distint flow and energy...

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Terrace Martin, Locke High 2

Los Angeles native Terrace Martin uses the jazzy Locke High 2 to display his plethora of talents, from his raps to his saxophone playing...

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Waka Flocka Flame, Lebron Flocka James 3

As he preps his sophomore album Triple F: Friends, Fans, and Family, Waka Flocka brings his Brick Squad brethren along for some belligerence on Lebron Flocka James 3...

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Jedi Mind Tricks, Violence Begets Violence

Back with their first album in three years, Jedi Mind Tricks return with Violence Begets Violence, embodying the uncompromising approach for which they've become known...

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Statik Selektah, Population Control

For his fourth LP, Statik Selektah comes through with Population Control an album full of nostalgic beats and a collection of young MCs...

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Frenchie, Concrete Jungle

1017 Brick Squad representer Frenchie drops off his new mixtape Concrete Jungle, a rambunctious offering for the streets...

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Mac Miller Keeps Smiling Back
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Mac Miller, I Love Life, Thank You

After hitting a million followers on Twitter, Mac Miller decided to drop the mixtape I Love Life, Thank You, just weeks before his debut album Blue Slide Park...

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Kid Ink, Wheels Up

With Wheels Up, Kid Ink proves that he's another young Los Angeles-bred MC that won't go unrecognized and is ready to fly...

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Machine Gun Kelly, Rage Pack

Fresh off of his signing with Bad Boy, Machine Gun Kelly drops off his Rage Pack, full of venomous flows and experimental beats...

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