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Nutso – Hustler’s Spirit Feat. Trae tha Truth

Straight out the frying pan into the fire, Nutso brings the hustler’s ode to fruition on this soulful track laced by Divided Souls Ent and Dj Pain. Hooking up with Trae Tha Truth is a good look too I must add. Two perspectives, similar terrain and of course a whole lot of street smarts.

Hustler’s Spirit is taken from Nutso upcoming project “Divided Souls EP”. Look out for it once it drops!

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DJ EFN  – Revolutionary Ride Music feat. Your Old Droog, Royce Da 5’9, OC, Reks

It’s always great hearing posse joints that cuts several rap eras such as this solid tune from DJ EFN. He links up with DITC member Buckwild who crafts a menacing backdrop for emcees Your Old Droog, Royce Da 5’9, Reks(on the chorus) and OC to bless. As expected, it oozes that raw,gritty New York style of rap and with 2 DITC members involved you definitely can’t go wrong here.

A solid one from Dj EFN. Tune in and get with the program.00

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Voodoo Black- Who You Be (Prod. Clem Beatz’)

UK(Manchester to be precise) hiphop group Voodoo Black usher us into their ends with this laid back cut Who You Be. I’m just hearing about them for the first time and I must say they deliver the dopeness effortlessly over the hazy soundscape provided by Clem Beatz.

And for you true heads out there, the sample used here should bring back some good ol memories.

Hit the play button and get with the program.

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WIB Meets Allen Poe (Interview)

As promised, we at WIB aren’t resting on our oars this year as we plan on giving you more than the music. The 2nd episode of the 2nd season of our WIB meets interview series brings back a familiar name in the form of emcee Allen Poe. The man shares  some very interesting elements from once being fluent in Arabic, bumping Madvillainy with some Morrocan natives in Fez to opening for Lupe Fiasco and Rozay.

Without further ado, sit back and  dive in

Be sure to get Allen Poe’s latest project How Gardens Grow HERE.

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e s t a – how ya feelin, girl?

Soulection‘s e s t a drops a buttery flip of Frank Ocean‘s ‘Crack Rock’. Goes down smooth like a good coffee, so I recommend enjoying it with your morning brew – and then listen again later to appreciate those drums.

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SKAM2? – Definition feat. M1 & DJ Immortal prod. Infamous

SKAM2? takes us back to the basics on this hard-hitting jam produced by Infamous. The Miami artist may be unfamiliar to most but you need to explore his back catalogue to understand how long he has been in this rap game. Presently he’s prepping his latest body of work The Skronik: Flying Monkey Murder Cirkus from which the first single is ‘Definition’ which features M1 and DJ Immortal.

No glossiness just bars on this one. Hit the play button and get with the program.

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Katalyst – Stones Throw Podcast 90

Quakers, a ‘hip-hop collective boasting 30+ members’ (although I’m not sure about that just seems like a bunch of producers with features), released an astronomically good self-titled album on Stones Throw which we praised quite highly in our review 41 tracks deep back in 2012, and the fact that each one was absolutely flawless is testament to how good it was. Of trio of producers at the centre of Quakers two were born out of the legendary psychedelic British band Portishead (their producer Geoff Barrow and 7-Stu-7, their engineer) but it is the third, Katalyst, a celebrated Australian producer,..

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