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Hamorabi x Saligo Feed Us Thought on ‘777’

Lyrics explicit, notions deeper than the oceans. Words that plague for a hook. Hamorabi and Saligo set the stage up for a look. Fierce production by Hamorabi (with co production with Saligo) and with crunchy drums and chopped flute and string sections are the backdrop for the eased, charismatic vocals of Haromabi.…

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PREMIERE: MisterrCha’s Instrumental Hip Hop Mix

PREMIERE: MisterrCha’s Instrumental Hip Hop Mix

Did a funky 20 minute mix of all my various hip hop influences. This is quite close to an actual DJ set I would play. Tracks ranging from tkdwn, Hudson Mohawke, Flying Lotus, Mura Musa, James Blake and more. This was a blast to play as I learn along the way.…

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After kicking it with Millyz last week, Broke Niggas Frontin’ returns with episode 13 of their podcast where they sit down with Mr. Fritz and DJ Papadon to talk about whether or not successful people should get married, how much money can influence a relationship, whether or not they’d give back an engagement ring, and much more.…

Fjer graces us with ‘Her Turn’

Fjer graces us with ‘Her Turn’

I’ve been watching the trails of wonderful Danish singer Fjer for a while, from covers and EP’s, evolving artistically with each progressive leap. Her Turn makes another new chapter in Fjer’s catalog.

Over skittering hazy production from Lennart Rasmussen that marries cloud rap background with melodies that smile pop accessibility, Her Turn is a great triumph.…

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Hip Hop Superproducers of the 2010’s?

Hip Hop Superproducers of the 2010’s?

When you think of your favourite musicians, artists and producers; they all have distinctive aspects that make them who they are. They make sure you know it’s their footprints over the work. Rhythms, cadences, sound selection, mixing, what’s there and what isn’t. You get the drill. You really do.

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Delaware native Fresh, aka FreshFromDE, just dropped his long-awaited impressive ‘Home Is Where The Heart Is’ EP, already taking people by storm with a couple of viral singles (“Doin Numbers” and the aforementioned “To The Homies”) Continue Reading…

You Want The Same Thing? I’ll Give You Something New! [written by @MisterrCha]

You Want The Same Thing? I’ll Give You Something New! [written by @MisterrCha]

You want something fast? I’ll give something slower. You want heavy drums? How about no drums. Opposites attract. You can apply that alot, but for now we’ll apply it to trends.
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Dallas artist, Sonny DaVinci, found his love for Hip Hop at the age of six when he saw Eminem rap on TV for the first time. Sonny was instantly captivated by Em’s delivery and lyricism. It was at that moment Sonny fell in love with Hip Hop and sparked his personal interest for rapping.…

Hype, Expectations, Innovation and the Pressure to Make a Classic

Hype, Expectations, Innovation and the Pressure to Make a Classic

As the people watch the countdown before an artist project releases (or drops out of nowhere on streaming platforms, as this is the 2016 norm) expectations rise. Some expectations soar so high it’s impossible to deliver no matter how good the music is.

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