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Travis $cott Featuring Smoke DZA ‘Backyard’ (Remix)

Smoke DZA decides to show love and lend a verse for Travis $cott's "Backyard", which lives off his free album, Days Before Rodeo. Check it out...

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Boogz Boogetz Is On The Block With Smoke DZA In “Overdose” Video

Queens native and The Break alum Boogz Boogetz has released the visual to his latest single, the Smoke DZA-assisted track entitled "Overdose...

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Smoke DZA Featuring Al-Doe And NymLo “Leana Horns”

In which the Kush God does a bit of blaxploitation. Smoke DZA and his RFC brothers, Al-Doe and NymLo, connect for a groovier addition to the A3C soundtrack...

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13 New York Rappers Name The Best NYC Hip-Hop Album Ever

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360 and Smoke DZA connect for "Lookin' Like I'm Signed."

360 Featuring Smoke DZA “Lookin’ Like I’m Signed”

There's not much known about 360, but it's looking like he has the ability to draw out the best in his guest artists. The first example of this was a slept-on verse from Ja Rule...

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Ab-Soul and Smoke DZA collaborate on "Hearses."

Death And Guns Reign In Ab-Soul And Smoke DZA’s “Hearses” Video

As the song title suggests, the video for Smoke DZA's "Hearses" features a lot of symbols of death. The dark video — directed by Goldrush — has shots of a cemetery, guns, fire and, or course, a hearse...

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35 Hip-Hop Songs About Independence


The 25 Best Hip-Hop Albums Of 2014 (So Far)

This time last year, albums from Kanye West, A$AP Rocky, J Cole, Mac Miller and Wale—with a Jay Z album right around the corner—had already dropped, providing hip-hop heads with plenty to talk about at the halfway mark of the year...

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Yesterday, Beats Electronics' $3 billion sale to Apple was confirmed after weeks of speculation—and maybe a little premature celebration—making Dr. Dre hip-hop's wealthiest artist, if not quite a billionaire. But another part of the deal which came to light yesterday was that Dre and his Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine—himself the co-founder of Interscope Records 25 years ago and until yesterday the chairman and CEO of Interscope Geffen A&M for more than a decade—would take executive positions at Apple. That means Iovine, the producer-turned-label chief who Billboard called the most successful major label industry head of the past quarter century, was to leave the label which became the longtime home to artists like Eminem, 50 Cent, Dre and Kendrick Lamar.

With such an extensive history in the music industry—especially in the hip-hop world, with affiliations with Death Row, Aftermath, Bad Boy, TDE, Shady Records, G-Unit, Star Trak and more—it's no surprise that Iovine is probably the most-referenced executive in hip-hop. As he leaves Interscope for the green pastures of the tech world, XXL has pulled together 33 hip-hop songs that name check the former Interscope chief. —Dan Rys

33 Hip-Hop Songs That Name Drop Jimmy Iovine

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Smoke DZA, Joey Bada$$ And CJ Fly Rock SOB’s In New York City

Last night, SOBs in Manhattan played host to the album release party for Harlem's own Smoke DZA. The Kushed God dropped his long-awaited first official full-length project, Dream...

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