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Flying Lotus – Never Catch Me feat. Kendrick Lamar

With his album set to drop in a matter of days, Flying Lotus shares these hauntingly beautiful visuals for ‘Never Catch Me’ featuring Kendrick Lamar on vocals. Directed by Hiro Murai, the scene is set immediately, a funeral procession with Flying Lotus in attendance (appropriate considering the LP ‘You’re Dead’ is based around confronting the issues presented and sufferings caused by our inevitable mortality – and we could have been considering Flying Lotus’ own funeral this Summer, as he reveals in this superb interview with Fader) but it evolves in to this genuinely extraordinary metaphor as the..

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Snoop Dogg – WFTV Millionaire prod. Madlib

Snoop Dogg uploaded today a collab with fellow West Coast legend Madlib collab called ‘WFTV Millionaire’. It is, as you would expect from something made by these two, pretty lucid and fly. Snoop’s been putting out some interesting stuff recently (he released an album with Dam-FUNK on Stones Throw last year and collaborated with Madlib in Febuary), and it’s nice to see him touch base. This is to commemorate making Snoop Dogg a millionaire on WFTV, whatever the f*ck that is.

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WaltSickenin – SP-12 Gauge (ill sugi Remix)

The dude ill sugi does it again with this remix for WaltSickenin’s tracl ‘Sp-12 Gauge’. Starting off with a dirty, menacing, it switches in to some sweet and melodic half way through, giving Walt’s vocals a completely different context. It’s part of KicDrum’s remix contest, worth checking out if you want to take part. A stand out entry that’s for sure.

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shangozeropoint – Nothing Is Original

I read a great book recently called Steal Like An Artist (for any creatives or artists this is a must read). Basically the premise is that no idea is purely original thought, but that your output is the consequence of so many influences that it appears as if it’s entirely new (at least, for the better artists). Even Nas says ‘No idea’s original, there’s nothing new under the sun, it’s never what you do it’s how it’s done.’ So it’s definitely a school of thought with some tract.

But that doesn’t mean to say nothing is unique, and shangozeropoint is the..

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Kid Vishis – Just Rap feat. Trick Trick prod. Nemisis

Fresh out the box is ‘Just Rap’, a guitar-driven banger from Detroit’s Kid Vishis. The naysayers and fronters get outed on this one as Kid Vishis and Trick Trick go for the jugular.  Much props to Nemesis for such an awesome soundscape.

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Kev Brown & Hassaan Mackey – Dope / Hassaan Be Rappin

Kev Brown and Hassaan Mackey team up for this dual video for their joints ‘Dope’ and ‘Hassaan Be Rappin’. It’s normally hard to make a claim like ‘dope’ in a song title and get away with it, but both tracks are genuinely top notch. Kev Brown has already certified himself as one of the nicest producers about, and the beats for these joints are hella fly, featuring those classic chops and tight drums, match with Hassaan’s fresh flow. Nice vibes, and you can pre-order their collaborative album That Grit – from which’Dope’ and ‘Hassaan Be Rappin’ are taken from – on iTunes here, out..

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Charlie Scott – Hip Hop Sinatra

‘Hip Hop Sinatra’ is a track from Queens emcee Charlie Scott’s Lyrical Therapy 2 project. It shows Charlie Scott’s honesty and conviction from start to finish; far from being syrupy and sugar coated, the way Charlie projects himself here is thorough and straight to the point, and his tone reminds me a little of Skyzoo.

Tune in and get with the program.

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