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WIB Rap Radio – Moka Only

Moka Only is a one of the most prolific rappers in the game right now. He has been dropping quality music since the early 90s and has close to that many albums under his belt as well.

Music is a part of his daily life. He produces, writes, and records every day.

I caught up with him on the Sex, Money, Moka tour to discuss the new album, his incredible work ethic, Canadian hip-hop, lyrics, and all things hip-hop.

Press play to be educated and entertained by two cool, Canadian cats – Moka Only and Chase March!

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20syl – V052 – V1M

Need I reiterate that such goodness needs no extensive preface. This is some off the wall, smooth joint from 20syl, who’s choppy vocal samples and thick syncopated drum patterns knows no bounds.

Expect a full length project containing unreleased gems from the cats on Jarkata records. Need I say more, get with the program.

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Apollo Brown – Lonely & Cold feat. Roc Marciano

Apollo Brown‘s Thirty Eight came out a couple of months back, but one of the joints from the record gets a fresh lease of life with some layered Roc Marciano vocals and visuals following Apollo across the streets. The title ‘Lonely & Cold’ is incredibly apt, being that Roc Marci has one of the iciest flows in the business, and Apollo Brown’s production is dark and lonely. A beastly collab.

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Jay-Walk – Pinellas County

This is a video from Jay-Walk straight out of The Mile Fly Club in Saint Petersburg, Florida, and its good to see more emcees coming out of the woodworks. Simple is always a safe way to go because it doesn’t tarnish anything, and Jay-Walk is on that new style of rap – which I am yet to really clock on to, but he does know how to make you listen to him. Info from his camp says there is an EP titled The Florida Hierachy to hit the ground by September. Y’all should anticipate. Check out the video right here.

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Knxwledge. – HexualSealings​.​Prt​.​7

Knxwledge. is probably best known for having more beats than molecules in air. One of the hardest working men in showbusiness, his output has noticeably dropped recently, but it’s something I think will work out pretty well as it offers more focus for whatever he’s working on currently (which is a release for Stones Throw, nonetheless). Anyway HexualSealings.Prt.7 is a typically sparkling, brilliant series of Knx reworks. Very hexual.

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Mister Rae, Fecko & Alkan-I – Cynthia Rothrock prod. Teck-Zilla

There is only two words for this track right here: martial arts. Music so dope that even Chuck D of Public Enemy fame had to plug it on his radio show. Teck-Zilla - who you already know for his finesse on the boards – set the tone for this one with his action film-style snare to pump up the blood in the emcees systems. While Mister Rae and Fecko already have history, Alkan-I brings a Zambian element into the music. Teck-Zilla is that floater that goes from hood to hood with the music. This is to let you..

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StrypeZ – Ingenio feat. Vision (Prod. Big Jerm)

The newest single from StrypeZ is far from what I heard on World Peace and I’m saying that as a compliment. The song in question features guest emcee Vision over a ethereal, spaced out Big Jerm crafted backdrop. The element that really caught me off guard is the switch at the end , that was off the hinges. The double time flow utilized by the emcees here is quite commendable, I do hear a little Migos here and there but it didn’t detract from the overall message of the song. they came with something different and it..

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