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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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Louis Mackey – Daytime Auguries (World Around Records Single Series)

This week’s track, the third in World Around Records Single Series, phases in with foreboding, pulsating waves of grungy funk with Boston-based emcee Louis Mackey following close behind rapping a heady and coarse mixture of biography, commentary and philosophy.  If you like what you hear, check the World Around Records catalogue for more.

If you missed last week’s single, catch-up with it here.

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Notion – Lift Up (Remix) ft. iLLvibe

Its been a minute since TMF member Notion delivered some goodness but no fear, the homie is back on his grizzly as he prepares an acoustic EP and a new LP as well. Talk about work ethic. Anyway back to the topic at hand, on Lift Up, he teams up with Tdot native IllVibe over this piano driven, head nodder. Welcome the homie as he jumps right into the fold.

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Aaron Cohen – Ain’t Sh*t

The newest visual to hit the interwebs is ‘Ain’t Sh*t’ which is pure solid gold from Aaron Cohen. You must know he dropped his EP Au-Gratis a minute ago from which this track is taken, and the video in question is simple, engaging and straight forward. We get to see AC in his element with the rest of the Inner City Kids posse, a rabid selfie-taking fan… and even a gorilla.

Tune in and get with the program.

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DJ Hellblazer – Left Behind(s) vol.2

DJ Hellblazer’s ‘Left Behind(s) 2′ explores a melancholic sense of abandonment. ‘An anthology of tracks left behind’, this is not a release for those summery days, but from the moment Nathalie P’s voice hits those notes on the intro a raw, nostalgic energy is transmitted from record to speaker. It’s deep and it’s dark, but it’s good.

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