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Souls Of Mischief – There Is Only Now

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wun two – penthouse session (Germany)

The German beatmeister wun two returns from exile with ‘penthouse session’. He accompanies this with a heads up a new LP is coming soon; whether this is the name of the LP or just a beat featuring on it I’m not sure, but it looks like he picks up where he left off with a jazzy, snappy instrumental, lo-fi and time stretched (and look at the wave form on Soundcloud! The peaks of the kick and the snare). It’s classic wun two and this LP is going to be another must-buy.

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Don Panama – Should Be Looking For More

This one right here is a visual for the track Should Be Looking For More by DMV representer, Don Panama. The pictures are quite crisp I should say and with just two individuals in it, they managed not to make it boring to watch. The song has that bounce in it that makes you expect a typical flow but Don Panama doesn’t give us that which is why I like the track. This song is one of the many to find on his forthcoming album, Look What You Made Me. Check it out!

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A1 – WAVE$

Brooklyn and Washington representative, A1 covers Joey Badass’ Waves and drops a visual to whet appetites. This is a track taken off his mixtape ’1999′. Given that he’s just moved to Washington, A1 decides to make the video about him exploring his new environment. I guess a Washington native can easily spot the landmarks littered all over the video. The boy has got flows though as he didn’t bore me. I guess i should look forward to more from this cat. Enjoy this in the meantime while we await more from A1 which might not be a long wait..

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Souls Of Mischief – There Is Only Now (feat. Snoop Dogg)

Here’s the visuals to the title track There Is Only Now, which features Snoop Dogg with Ali Shaheed Muhammad on the boards. Pay attention specifically to the chorus.

There Is Only Now has been released today, so go ahead and cop it! Shouts to Souls of Mischief & Adrian Younge!

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Souls Of Mischief: ‘There Is Only Now’ Album Listening Parties

Souls Of Mischief & Adrian Younge‘s There Is Only Now project debuted today for you guys to pick up and support (stream here)! With that being said, they, (along with ArtDontSleep), are hosting album listening parties in New York and Los Angeles! Flyers are down below.

This Thursday, the New York party (with some special guests) will be taking place at Le Poisson Rouge. Tickets are still available to purchase for this show, while the Los Angeles show will be taking place on September 4th at The Mayan. Grab them..

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Souls Of Mischief – There Is Only Now

Remember when we told you that this collaboration was in the making between Adrian Younge and Souls Of Mischief? Well, here it is for you guys, in all its glory. The album There Is Only Now is narrated by Ali Shaheed Muhammad, with features from Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, William Hart (of The Delfonics), and Scarub (of Living Legends). The album has been released through Younge’s label, Linear Labs. Tracklisting is below…

Stream the album above. If you want to listen to..

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The iLLjazztic One – Hip Hop Jazzadelic

Jazz and soul are my favorite genres after hip-hop and now here comes The Illjazztic One straight out of Michigan, mashing up all elements of the three into one big melting pot and creating a sound that’s not necessarily unique fundamentally but to the ear is totally different.  I have a thing for beattapes and with Hip Hop Jazzadelic I was easily swayed.

The horns and the keys in this hit the right spots and the kicks are not overtly overbearing enough to distort that melancholic jazz flow which makes the title Hip hop Jazzadelic very apt for this EP. This gets addictive..

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