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SD Exclusive: Boldy James on Advice From Nas, Another Alchemist Album & More

SD Exclusive: Boldy James on Advice From Nas, Another Alchemist Album & More

When I first meet Boldy James, he’s calm and relaxing. He’s fresh off the stage from performing his first time in Seattle as an opener for Prhyme. It’s a nice chill environment backstage. Your Old Droog is here too. Throughout the night, they’re tossing the dice around, trading small earnings back and forth, but Boldy seems to have the upper hand. Tonight is all about enjoyment, and tomorrow afternoon is when Boldy and I would meet up at his hotel with his team to conduct our sit-down. In the interview, Boldy James details his dice game earnings and losses over… continue reading

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Big Sean Ft. Drake – Blessings

Big Sean Ft. Drake – Blessings

Big Sean is one hungry individual. “At the top of the rap game and still progressing.” Despite being on his third album, Dark Sky Paradise, Big Sean rejuvenates himself with a serious run almost each time before an album. It doesn’t always translate into a strong album, though, as we’ve seen with Hall Of Fame. This new one is backed by the infectious, Platinum-selling “IDFWU,” and now this Drake-assisted “Blessings.” Is there a bad Big Sean and Drake collaboration? I don’t think so. “Blessings” doesn’t break the trend either. You have Drizzy kicking bars that you’d expect out of him… continue reading

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Album Review: Prhyme

Album Review: Prhyme

It’s funny how collaborations in hip-hop come together. For Prhyme, Royce Da 5’9” and DJ Premier, it was concocted after a failed attempt to create a Slaughterhouse album entirely done by the legendary producer. Seeing as Royce hasn’t released an album since 2011, but has maintained a constant public image online and through SH, this idea was perfect to build hype. Not only for hype, Royce over Premier beats is a win. Throughout his career, we’ve seen the Detroit vet utilize Preemo’s talents enough to know that a whole album wouldn’t be a problem. Prhyme is a statement that the… continue reading

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Video: Maejor Ft. Ying Yang Twins & Waka Flocka – Tell Daddy

Video: Maejor Ft. Ying Yang Twins & Waka Flocka – Tell Daddy

Since Maejor secured his deal, it’s felt like he’s been chasing that one hit single. He did recently release his EP, but for the most part his singles have been aimed toward the charts. It’s an efficient way to build buzz while we await his debut album. “Lolly” was able to make it into the top 10 on Billboard, and it seems like this new single could end up charting pretty high as well. On his latest single, Maejor enlists the help of Ying Yang Twins and Waka Flocka. The video depicts him as this lavish-living player with a house… continue reading

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Review: Shady XV

Review: Shady XV

Eminem and Paul Rosenberg created Shady Records in 1999, 15 years ago. Since its inception, the duo have brought us classic after classic, and helped change the industry with some of their acts. We don’t get many greatest hits albums in this generation, but that’s half of what Shady XV is. Big singles from 50 Cent, D12, Obie Trice, Eminem, Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf make up the project. There are a few questionable choices like some of the songs from the latter two (“Hammer Dance” and “Let’s Roll”). Aside from the history of Shady, Shady XV boasts as a compilation featuring… continue reading

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Prhyme’s Self-Titled Single Has Arrived

Prhyme’s Self-Titled Single Has Arrived

After appearing on the Shady CXVPHER and “Detroit Vs. Everybody,” you’d think Royce Da 5’9″ would want to take a break. Quite the opposite. Royce and DJ Premier have their Prhyme album due out December 9, so instead he wants to ride this monstrous wave with the next single. He really does have the perfect set-up. The allure of this album’s creation should be enough to suck in any and every fan of lyricism and crazy beats. Royce’s attention is all over the place on the record with references to his veteran status, being sober and women. He does want… continue reading

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