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Chuck Inglish & Chromeo – Legs (Remixes)

Chuck Inglish - Legs Remixes

Chuck Inglish has a bunch of remixes of one song. I mean, they all take on different approaches that I can’t even honestly keep up. Man, they all want to make me dance my ass off. That must be a huge plus. So, I’m with it.

    Mpulse X Swerve – Off Day (Prod. by Mpulse)

    Mpulse x Swerve - Off Day

    Chicago’s own Mpulse and Sacramento’s Swerve link up for this horn filled single. This is the song for the “relaxation”. Yet, Mpulse has quite the aggressive approach to the song. It was probably influenced by the chops of the production. The production is rather energetic and loud. I can get with it.

      Tinashe feat. A$AP Rocky – Pretend

      Tinashe - Pretend

      I guess Tinashe likes to do a lot of pretending. She runs the gamut of situations and emotions that has her pretending. I guess these guys need to learn how to treat their women? I can’t call it. What I do understand is that these situations happen quite often. So, it be what it be. Meanwhile, listen to Tinashe talk her talk.

        Beeda Weeda feat. E-40 – Hustla (video)

        Oakland’s own Beeda Weeda links up with E-40 for the release of his brand new “Hustla” video. “Hustla”, which is produced by CHOPS, appears on Beeda Weeda’s latest alum Too $hort Presents: Beeda Weeda “Bass Rock Babies”, available in stores and online now!

          Juicy J – Low (Explicit) ft. Nicki Minaj, Lil Bibby, Young Thug

          Juicy J pops off this flow in a neanderthal rhyme style (“Me, Juicy J, got too many hoes…). This song is bass heavy and rides hard. Just what the man that helped create “dat triple six mafia sound” would need. Oh, and it features Nicki and Lil Bibby as well. Don’t forget Young Thug on the chorus.

            Kosha Dillz x Friendships – 60 Bands

            FYF Fest

            Kosha Dillz connected with Friendships (@friendships) a visual and instrumental team out of Austrailia, at this past weeks Low End Theory in Los Angeles. While the internationall reknown hang out had the artist missed each other by one week in playing a show together, (dillz played the week before while friendships played days ago) they managed to make something cool , rapping about all 60 bands, demanding a noon slot at next years 2015 FYF Fest, and even getting a drop from DIDDY himself.

            Share it with the world people, and hear your favorite band get a shout out!!

              DUBB ‘Transition’ [Audio]

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              Another strong offering from LA artist DUBB as he continues to drop consistent dope new material. If you haven’t heard his Podcast interview with Emilio, listen here!

              Schoolboy Q x Foot Action – Man Of The Year (redux) (video)

              There isn’t much to say about this video. It is just a big party. It is Schoolboy Q. You already know I’m going to enjoy it.

              Ras Kass x Apollo Brown = New Album!!!

              Ras Kass x Apollo Brown Blasphemy

              Blasphemy

              01. Next Caller
              02. How To Kill God
              03. H2O (feat. Pharoahe Monch & Rakaa Iriscience)
              04. Please Don’t Let Me
              05. Strawberry
              06. Giraffe Pussy (feat. Royce The 5’9″, Xzibit & Bishop Lamont)
              07. Roses (feat. 4Rax)
              08. Deliver Us From Evil
              09. Too Much of a Good Thing (feat. Larina)
              10. Animal Sacrifice
              11. Humble Pi
              12. 48 Laws Pt. 1
              13. Francine
              14. Drink Irish (feat. Slaine, Sick Jacken & Sean Price)
              15. Bon Voyage

              Blasphemy, the collaborative album from esteemed Mello Music Group producer Apollo Brown and Ras Kass, is a thought-provoking and highly personal treatise on the unspoken. No “ism” is out of bounds, no topic too untoward. Whatever you hold sacred isn’t above aggressive inquiry. The album displays their undeniable synergy. When Ras Kass crucifies supposed facts over Apollo’s beats, it’s clear he is the West Coast’s preeminent philosopher. When Apollo’s blaring suites soothe your soul, it’s an ontological fact that he ranks among the best producers in the game. With Blasphemy, the duo has delivered the truth. The new album comes out October 28th on Mello Music Group.

              Preview and pre-order the album here.

                Devine Carama – The Bar Tactician

                Devine Carama The Bar Tactician

                Devine Carama explains the point of this “interlude” of bars upon bars upon bars.

                Devine Carama’s Thoughts

                “This is just a one take interlude on the album that sets up a song called “Legends Of The Fallen Flow”. Just showcasing lyrical ability and having fun with the craft.”

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