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Free Album: Raz Simone – Cognitive Dissonance Pt. 2

Free Album: Raz Simone – Cognitive Dissonance Pt. 2

Raz Simone aimed to create a different experience with Cognitive Dissonance Pt. 2. Instead of rolling out a few singles, Raz decided to give us his entire album in pieces, week by week. For 11 weeks, he dropped a new song and/or video that would wind up on his sequel. The plan worked as the streams/views racked up, fans were excited and eagerly awaiting the download link for the entire album. Much like part one, there is no features on here. Raz is still in that position of his career where he’s showing and proving to the world without a… continue reading

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Album: Nacho Picasso & Blue Sky Black Death – Stoned & Dethroned

Album: Nacho Picasso & Blue Sky Black Death – Stoned & Dethroned

If Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are a mainstream, friendly version of what Seattle has to offer, Nacho Picasso and Blue Sky Black Death are the complete opposite. Their music is like walking down a dark alley at night in the most dangerous part of town. From 2012 to early 2013, they ran Hulkamania wild with three albums that solidified Nacho as one of the artists to watch in Seattle. After that, the trio split to work with others with all of the intentions to eventually reunite. Fans have bugged him often: “when is that new BSBD-produced album coming, Nacho?” The… continue reading

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Album Stream: Tope – Broke Boy Syndrome

Album Stream: Tope – Broke Boy Syndrome

The great white American Tope (I’ve been waiting to say that forever) hails from the Northwest. Portland, OR to be exact. A city with budding talent but nobody really on a huge scale yet. As far as anybody is concerned, Tope is slowly filling that spot. The young’n is all over the net with co-signs from 2DopeBoyz, XXL, Okayplayer and others. His new album, Broke Boy Syndrome, will further push him in the right direction. He’a assisted by the elusive Blu, L.A. rapper CashUs King and more. On the production, he recruits a lot of Portland’s finest, including Trox and… continue reading

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Album Stream: Ryatt Fienix – Ryse Of The Fienix

Album Stream: Ryatt Fienix – Ryse Of The Fienix

It’s rare that an artist can outlast this long without a full length project, but Ryatt Fienix has done just that. She burst onto the scene with “Tattoo Love,” and followed that up with a slew of guest features with Dizzy Wright, Rittz and Bubba Sparxxx. Her presence on social media is felt, whether you’re reading her words on Twitter or admiring her beauty on Instagram. Ryatt is one of the lucky ones. Ryse Of The Fienix couldn’t have come at a better time. Ryatt Fienix juggles a lot of emotion on the album that sort of works as a… continue reading

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Producer A-Villa’s First Album Is Full of Great Hip-Hop Collaborations

Producer A-Villa’s First Album Is Full of Great Hip-Hop Collaborations

Often times in hip-hop, collaborations come together strictly for the sake of show. The opportunity to work with whoever regardless of chemistry. However, some still respect the art of constructing collaborations. While DJ Khaled chases the stars, Chicago producer A-Villa went a more raw, underground way. It’s also worth noting that A-Villa created this album from scratch, including learning how to produce, while being a vice president at a bank and raising a newborn. His first, and supposedly last, LP,Β Carry On Tradition, is a playground full of lyricists and dream combos.Who thought to put Lil Fame, Cormega and Killer Mike… continue reading

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Kidd Upstairs Releases Retail Deluxe Edition of DMNDS Album

Kidd Upstairs Releases Retail Deluxe Edition of DMNDS Album

When it comes to mastering the internet, free music is slowly but surely minimizing out. Yeah, there will always be free music, but it’s not like it was a few years ago. Album quality projects from major artists were being put out free and labels didn’t capitalize in some way other than an occasional EP. Now the entire industry is shifting in a better direction with streaming and iTunes releases. Kidd Upstairs doesn’t have the biggest name in the industry. He does have some of the nicest music, though. DMNDS was released in 2012 before many knew who he was…. continue reading

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