Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Most Dangerous Album Stream – Blaq Poet

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Queensbridge legend Blaq Poet lyrically stomps all over the rugged production of France’s Kyo Itachi and Venom on his latest album, with appearances from Ruste Juxx, Tragedy Khadafi and Bankai Fam adding to the rawness.

Beats Per Minute – K-Def

Veteran New Jersey producer K-Def discusses his discography in the latest episode of D.I.T.C. Studios’ “Beats Per Minute”.

Do The Right Thing EP Stream – Levitical

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Detroit duo Levitical give a nod of respect to Spike Lee’s classic 1989 film “Do The Right Thing” with their dope new EP.

New Joint – Dabbla

Dabbla – “Stupid” (@HighFocusUK / 2016)

Heavy Β bass and quick-fire rhymes from the UK emcee’s forthcoming album “Year Of The Monkey”.

New Joint – Craig G

Craig G – “W.F.W.T.” (@MC_Craig_G / 2016)

Taken from the Juice Crew legend’s recent album “I Rap And Go Home”.

New Joint – Big Cakes

Big Cakes – “Corny” (@BigCakes / 2016)

The UK emcee celebrates both the ups and downs of life over string-laden Micall Parknsun production.

The Hidden Beat Tape Stream – KLIM Beats

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Ukraine-based producer KLIM Beats draws on the mellow sounds of 70s and 80s soul for this polished collection of smoothed-out instrumentals.

New Joint – Nutso / Willie Stubz / Gab Gotcha etc.

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Nutso, Willie Stubz, Gab Gotcha, Kon Boogie & Eye-N-See – “Corona Anthem” (@5thSealBeats / 2016)

The collective of Rotten Apple residents show love to their Queens, NY stomping grounds.

New Joint – Akrobatik

Akrobatik – “The Ones” (@AkrobatikMC / 2016)

Lyrical food for thought and social commentary from the talented Boston emcee produced by JustSayPLZ.

New Joint – Maffew Ragazino / Easalio

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Maffew Ragazino ft. Easalio – “Term Of Endearment” (@MaffewRagazino / 2016)

The Brooklyn emcee looks for his ideal woman on this Feb 9-produced track which flips a Stylistics sample Jay-Z fans will be more than familiar with.

New Joint – Denmark Vessey

Denmark Vessey – “Think Happy Thoughts” (@DenmarkVes / 2016)

The Detroit-raised emcee attempts to stay positive in a troubled world on this Exile-produced track from his “Martin Lucid Dream” EP.

Omerta Album Stream – Constant Deviants

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Baltimore’s M.I. and New Jersey’s DJ Cutt continue to prove themselves as one of Hip-Hop’s most consistent duos with the release of their fifth full-length album, “Omerta”.

4 Elements Album Sampler – DJ Joe Bodega

The forthcoming “4 Elements” album from NYC’s DJ Joe Bodega features collaborations with Psycho Les, Rah Digga, Sadat X and more.

New Joint – Ras Kass / Bumpy Knuckles / Onyx

Ras Kass ft. Bumpy Knuckles & Onyx – “Downward Spiral” (@RasKass / 2016)

Produced by ILLinformed and taken from the veteran West Coast wordsmith’s forthcoming album “Intellectual Property: SOI2”.

 

Walk The Earth Album Sampler – Soundsci

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Transatlantic crew Soundsci’s new album “Walk The Earth” arrives July 4th, with Ollie Teeba, Jonny Cuba, Oxygen, Audessey, UGeorge and recent recruit Supastition dropping an expert lesson in timeless, true-school beats and rhymes.

New Joint – Tragedy Khadafi

Tragedy Khadafi – “T.M. (Message To Killa Black)” (@TragedyKhadafi / 2016)

The Queensbridge icon drops new Doggie Diamonds-directed visuals for this Nashiem Myrick-produced track off his 2001 album “Against All Odds”.

New Joint – Marv Radio

Marv Radio – “Parallel Bars” (@MarvRadio / 2016)

Produced by Lucien Digwell and taken from the album “Change The Radio”.

New Joint – S.Kalibre

S.Kalibre – “Death Calling” (@S_Kalibre / 2016)

The UK emcee delivers unsettling verses over ominous production from Slap Up Mill.

New Joint – WestsideGunn / WS Pootie

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WestsideGunn ft. WS Pootie – “SummerSlam 88” (@WestsideGunn / 2016)

Buffalo’s FlyGod comes off the top rope accompanied by production from Your Old Droog.

 

The Echo Chamber Album Stream – DSOTM

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Menace Mendoza, FlowTecs, Joey Menza and the rest of the seven-man Dark Side Of The Moon crew spit raw rhymes over atmospheric production from the likes of Beat Butcha and Ringz Ov Saturn on their new hardcore opus.