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Common – Kingdom feat. Vince Staples & Jay Electronica (Remix)

Jay Electronica hops on a remix of Common‘s single ‘Kingdom’, which also features Vince Staples. It’s always good to hear from Jay E – who opens his verse with a nod to the monstrous ‘Exhibit C’ – especially considering the elusiveness of his album, and with every new verse Vince reminds me I need to pay closer attention to him. Meanwhile Common is common, delivering the type of thing that cements his legend. With these three heavyweights over the gospel, hard-hitting production, it’s a single to sit up and take note of.

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Five Steez – Welcome (Jamaica)

Five Steez brings the world closer to his home town Kingston, Jamaica with these beautiful visuals for his single ‘Welcome‘. For those of us who are yet to experience the Caribbean flavour inthe  flesh, Five Steez treats us to a short, eye opening journey.

Don’t forget to check out his first single DEADLY and look out for his EP These Kingston Times which drops on the 14th of October. You can also pre order the release HERE.

 

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AF THE NAYSAYER – The Autodidact Instrumentals Vol. 1

My homie AF dropped his new instrumental album called “The Autodidact Instrumentals Vol. 1″. Peep his new joint if you like it, purchase it via bandcamp.

An up-and-coming voice in the electronic music and instrumental hip-hop scene, the South’s own AF THE NAYSAYER is a Louisiana-based, Los Angeles-bred producer. AF cites g-funk producer DJ Battlecat and legendary video game composer Yuji Takenouchi as his biggest influences. Iman Omari, Los Angeles producer and singer-songwriter, describes AF’s first EP as, “Electrifying soul-hop with a splash of purple rain; full of vibes!” AF’s debut EP, the Autodidact Instrumentals Vol. 1, is a masterful..

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Vizcatia Beats – Something On Your Lip (Norway)

Here’s something outta Scandinavia, but instead of being a flat-packed piece of furniture it’s a hella nice beat from Norwegian producer Vizcatia Beats. The drums are really fresh, and the keys ultra smooth. A nice bit of sample work.

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Peter Leo & Eitan Noyze  – So Superb feat. Styles P

The exact moment you hit the play button on this track I guarantee you will be transported into a whole new realm of goodness. Emcees Peter Leo & Eitan Noyze team up with Styles P for this old school-styled epic banger called ‘So Superb’. The thick head-nodding drums and surreal soundscape mean there’s no question of the answer these cats give here – and of course a catchy hook seals the deal.

Get with the program ASAP!

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Kendrick Lamar – i

Kendrick Lamar is probably hip-hop’s hottest property right now, and on ‘i’, the first official single since the release of his critically acclaimed Good Kid M.A.A.D City, he takes the time to remind everyone to love themselves a little bit. An uplifting message accompanies a funky backdrop, but the single has already divided critics between regarding this as a cheese-ball of a tune or celebrating the fact that one of the biggest lyricists in the world is delivering a message like this. I’m feeling a bit of both, but the production is so nicely done (credit to Rahki, who manipulates The..

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Marvelous Mag – Florida Orange Juice

Florida-based NY-bred emcee Marvelous Mag has been brewing his Florida Orange Juice mixtape for a while now. Prior to releasing this tape, he dropped a handful of joints like the Skyzoo-assisted ‘Still Alive‘ and the EP Ocean Front. A thoroughbred lyricist, Marvelous Mag ensures the message he is delivering is never lost in the music, and at every turn he makes an effort to channel his fear, opinions and struggles with precision and clarity.

Florida Orange Juice is a blend of previously released cuts set up alongside some new ones from Marvelous Mag that runs over 47 minutes..

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