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SD Exclusive: Mobb Deep on Unreleased Songs, Favorites Off New Album, The Future & More

In April, Mobb Deep released what will likely end up one of the best slept-on albums of the year. The Infamous Mobb Deep commemorates their 20th anniversary and marks their first album since 2006. A whole lot has changed in the rap world, but Prodigy and Havoc's chemistry has stayed ...

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SD Exclusive: Kid Ink on Most Expensive Date He's Had & Diving Back Into Producing For Next Album

Kid Ink's career has been a slow burner. Since he made his first steps into the industry, he has built up his name over the course of three mixtapes, various records and a lot of videos before releasing his independent debut album, Up & Away, in June 2012. Touring followed. ...

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SD Exclusive: Kirko Bangz Explains Bigger Than Me Album Title & Creating Love Rihanna

It's been three years since "Drank In My Cup" and Kirko Bangz is finally ready to release his debut album, Bigger Than Me, this June. Many might think he missed his window to capitalize off the success of his earlier singles, but Kirko feels otherwise. "A lot of niggas would've ...

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Access 206: J. Pinder Interview

At some point in an artist's career, he can feel like he only do so much in his city. For J. Pinder, that happened and he ended up moving down to Los Angeles in 2012. A move that might have been criticized a little bit, but has turned out to ...

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Review: Rick Ross - Mastermind

Mastermind, previously slated for release on December 17th, 2013, is in stores this week. It’s Rick Ross’s sixth studio album, and his second in a row to miss a winter release—despite statements over the years by Ross and the MMG twitter account that the Untouchable Maybach Empire does not do ...

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“I felt like I was getting taught by the teachers before me,” Raekwon reflects on his impact on hip-hop. Safe to say that those teachers would be proud of his status in the game after 20 years and still going strong. From his work with the legendary Wu-Tang to his own solo success, The Chef has had a very prominent career thus far. Five albums (with a sixth, titled F.I.L.A. on the way), a couple mixtapes, a collaborative album with Ghostface and Method Man and respect from all different kinds of rappers, new and old. This is something most rappers look to, dream about and inspire to have.

In an exclusive interview with Sermon’s Domain, Raekwon talks about his impact on hip-hop, his favorite freestyles from other artists over his beats, the Wu-Massacre comic book that never happened, the decision to branch out on his sophomore album and more.

If he felt he’d have such an impact on hip-hop (0:10)
His favorite freestyles by other artists over his own beats (1:22)
Why he chose to branch out from Rza and Ghostface on his sophomore album (2:16)
What happened to the comic book that was in the works with the Wu-Massacre album? And if he’d want to do a comic book in the future (3:50)
If he’ll be doing Only Built 4 Cuban Linx III (5:05)

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