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WIB Rap Radio – AZ Interview (20 Years of Doe or Die)

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Buggs Tha Rocka – Bad Habits prod. Hop Trax

New cat in the game Buggs Tha Rocka brings his A-game on the soulful, laid back joint ‘Bad Habits’. On this Hop Trax-produced song he pens his struggles with a cocky flow to back it up.

“…Who got the top spot, yeah I’m gunning sh-t
No fronting though,Tell me who you running with, if not me, you better get to running then
The space ship is coming kid, Galaxy enterprise, we on the rise my nig”

Bad Habits is taken from his forthcoming album Scattered Thoughts of an American Poet.

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King K.O.N.G. & Teck-Zilla – Kongzilla

The two beasts King K.O.N.G. and Teck-Zilla join forces for a monster collab release called Kongzilla. With the lizard on the production and the ape on the mic, the heavyweight duo demonstrate their force on a series of eclectic bangers, reinforced by some fresh features. Check it out!

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WIB Rap Radio – AZ Interview (20 Years of Doe or Die)

This is a very special edition of Word is Bond Rap Radio.

We are celebrating the 20th Anniversary of AZ’s debut album, “Doe or Die.

I know that we are a year early with this one, but AZ told us that he was planning on releasing “Doe or Die 2″ this year and we wanted to be ready for it.

So, today we have an exclusive Interview by Chase March and tribute mix by Doctor Mad. Special shout-out to Thes Finesse for selecting the tracks and helping us put together this amazing..

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Surock – Broccoli feat. Blu

This will be most people’s introduction to MC and producer Surock, but the indomitable Blu jumps on with him for ‘Broccoli’, the first single from Surock’s upcoming Fuck You Very Much EP. Whenever greens are mentioned in the culture of hip-hop, you normally know what they refer to and of course ‘Broccoli’ is no exception, but it’s a nice track to spark up to, with the beat bouncy but mellow, complimented by smooth flows. Fuck You Very Much drops in December.

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INTERVIEW: WIB Meets Signif

Welcome to the 2nd edition of WIB Meets. This time around we hooked up with an emcee who graced our pages numerous times without number and it was a pleasure getting her on the hot seat. She just released her latest project ‘Friction’ so we think it’s a great time to peer into her thoughts. As expected we learn about her one special super hero ability, her biggest highlight being an indie artist and a surreal encounter with Anthony Anderson and Sway.

Don’t foirget to also catch up with more of  Signif’s  on WIB HERE

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deadxbeat – [ leftover​.​_slops ]

I’ve been really, really in to that lo-fi, jazzy, minimalist hip-hop sound recently, so when I stumbled across deadxbeat’s Soundcloud it was as if I discovered a goldmine. The dude creates so much and throws a hell of a lot out there – nice to see someone so productive – but of course that means there are some jems that will be left to be covered in dust.  is a thirty-track collection of leftover beats that you can download free of charge, and they serve as a nice introduction in to the guy’s sound. Hope you groove as much..

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Walker Wear Love Notes Series # 3 – Making A Statement

Michael Stewart, Eleanor Bumpurs, Philip Pennell…those were the names on that PNB Clothing Line “Hello My Name Is” Tee that was created over 20 years ago. They were the names of people like you and I who were slain by police brutality. That tee was so important for so many reasons. First, the tee was synonymous with what the PNB brand represented… it was thought provoking, socially conscious, and about dope street art. Bottom line, PNB believed “There’s a reason for us to be here”. The other reason that tee was so important was because of the socio-economic climate…

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