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Typ-iLL – 100 Dollar Bill prod. Sick Luke

Typ-iLL comes through the scaffold with this dark head-nodding tune called ‘100 Dollar Bill’. The joing has Type Ill envisioning his rise to the apex of the game, and he even drops hints about how he will be spending his days in retirement doing what he knows best.

Whenever he says, and I quote, “I’m a soldier for war and I’m a soldier that raps”, he’s not just using the term figuratively; the man actually did two tours in Iraq – but now he’s now back taking care of business on the mic.

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Reppatwa – Chapter 21 prod. The Deli (U.K.)

U.K. MC Reppatwa drops ‘Chapter 21′, the intro to his forthcoming album Reppalations 21:2. It’s a real nice joint, so laid back – even Repps sounds like he’s sleeptalking – and it’s served well by The Deli’s production. Cool stuff, and a hint of more to come.

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WIB Rap Radio – Jacking for Beats (Ice Cube’s Kill at Will 22nd Anniversary)

Ice Cube’s classic E.P. “Kill at Will” went platinum 22 years ago this week. Some say that it is his finest work in a lengthy discography. That is up for debate, but his contribution to hip-hop music and culture cannot be denied. I think he is one of the Top 20 MCs of all time.

“Kill at Will” featured an amazing song that was very unique at its time. In “Jacking for Beats,” we see Ice Cube rapping over a half dozen beats that we already had heard in other people’s songs. Prior to this..

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FlexFab – 5 click

Producer FlexFab‘s latest output is this dynamic, earth shaker of a beat. 5 click is a blend of hard drums, obscure exotic vocal samples, Afro percussions and ethereal synths to complete the cypher. The beat is taken from his upcoming lp called Manoir.

Be sure to watch this space for it.

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Edo.G – After All These Years (Album Review)

Musical careers can arc in unpredictable ways. New chapters can arise with seemingly no relevance whatsoever to the preceding ones. Listeners enjoying/enduring this past summer’s FIFA World Cup anthem probably had no idea that Aloe Blacc rhymed some fierce cerebral abstractionisms as one half of Emanon 15 years ago. Whoever the hell the demographic was that bought Black Eyed Peas albums probably had no idea that Taboo ran with Longevity in a crew in the early 90’s. Or even that the dude who runs a Freakshow for the world’s largest collection of dicephalic animals on the Venice..

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Jared Xavier – Carry On (Remix) feat. Mickey Factz prod. Shook One

Staten Island emcee Jared Xavier recruits fellow New Yorker Mickey Factz for this cloudy, retrospective joint. The mellow head-nodder was crafted by producer Shook One.

This is my first introduction to this Jared’s music and I must say, I dig this.

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Diamond District – Lost Cause

Diamond District, the trio of yU, Oddisee and Uptown XO, are known for their everyday man-type of hip-hop; that is to say, the type of hip-hop that literally anyone can relate, and rock, to. Their new joint ‘Lost Cause’ is no exception, as the three brothers bare their all in detail over this bouncy and soulful soundscape (which incidentally was also produced by Oddisee).

Another definite gem from Diamond District. A must-hear if I may add.

Diamond District’s second single Lost Cause from the groups upcoming album March On Washington. The track is produced by..

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