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J. Miller Dean
27 May, 2009 4:26 am

And we’re back with another War Report update. Prohibition-Era-Meets-The-Taliban rappers known as Capone-N-Noreaga, are currently putting New York back on the map with their long awaited third studio release, Channel 10. A little older and a lot wiser, the two have a charismatic chemistry that can only be shared between brothers. CNN keeps it true [cont.]

15 April, 2009 5:36 am

The legendary D.I.T.C. crew is back and making moves like never before with their new release, The Movement. Lord Finesse, Party Arty, A.G., O.C. and Showbiz himself, are back in the basement and still diggin’ in the crates. With guest appearances by Brooklyn phenom, Joel Ortiz, Boss Money, and D-Flow, new flavor is added to an old [cont.]

23 June, 2007 12:00 am

Compilation; No Rating Given     The guys at Stones Throw have done it again, even if on a project not released on their label. Forget the Hollywood map to the stars, or the City Pages. In conjunction with, Time Out L.A., Peanut Butter Wolf and Madlib bring The Other Side of Los Angeles. No, this ain’t a [cont.]

12 February, 2007 12:00 am

    Since Duck Down Records’ re-emergence in the summer of 2005, the legendary label has stayed busy, furiously dropping solid album after solid album. Tek’s new mixtape release, I Got This, is no exception. His extensive history with the label as one half of the dynamic duo, Smif N’ Wessun, as well as co-founding DD’s [cont.]

11 November, 2006 12:00 am

   JR Writer’s, History in the Making, comes off as the hustler’s ambition exemplified. At times redundant, the M.O.B. (Money Over Bitches) mentality is in full force. If you want to do anything in life: get your mind right; be about your money; and “keep riding till the wheels fall off of this bitch.”     [cont.]

12 October, 2006 12:00 am

     On Paris to Purple City, instead scouring the Caribbean for the currently popular reggeaton emcee, the Purple City Byrd Gang, went to the land of the Eiffel Tower, to obtain some of its newest exports.      With all the beats being master-minded and blessed by the hands of Agallah the “Don Bishop;” blaring horn [cont.]

26 September, 2006 12:00 am

    The duo of Haysoos and SoulStice, better known as WadeWaters, may be a part of the next generation of emcees attempting to bring hip-hop back to its “feel good” sound, but their debut release, Dark Water, is like a television show that has gone into syndication, “We’ve seen this episode before.”      People complain about [cont.]

15 July, 2006 12:00 am

Compilation, No Rating Given.     While never caught with out his Terror Squad medallion, always armed with a crate of vinyl, D.J. Khaled has been holding down the title as one of Miami’s top D.J.s for quite some time. Representing the County of Dade all-day, Listennn, is a non-stop barrage of massive synthesizers and booming [cont.]

10 May, 2006 12:00 am

    Planet Asia is back with a sickness. With a solid flow and more than five years of success under his belt, it would be assumed that he would have put together a real banger, opposed to an album that could easily get played out in three to four spins.  The Sickness Part 1, appears [cont.]

3 May, 2006 12:00 am

   The original revolutionaries of rap are back, and damn, are they pissed! After spending years watching the destructional retardation of rap music and the ditieration of America, Public Enemy is back with their new album, Rebirth Of A Nation. No, this isn’t a public service announcement, its just stone cold Guerrilla Funk.      If [cont.]

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