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Kye Stephenson
16 November, 2005 12:00 am

    Sheek Louch proved he’s quite capable of rocking the mic without his Lox brethren when he dropped his solid solo debut, Walk Witt Me, in 2003.  He has further cemented his status as the streets disciple with his new release After Taxes.     The album starts strong with the cinematic, Buckwild produced “Intro” where [cont.]

11 October, 2005 12:00 am

     Young Philip Bernard experienced more than his fair share of crime and heartache growing up in Queens, New York.  Losing his father to gunfire at an early age, he had plenty reason to turn his heartache into negativity.  Fortunately, Philip channeled his energies into creative outlets and birthed the monster known as Grafh, a [cont.]

14 June, 2005 12:00 am

    It’s been said that “Virginia is for lovers,” however, lately they’ve been known in Hip-Hop circles as having some hot-ass producers. Starting with the original “rumpshaker” himself–Teddy Riley–to today’s A-list knob turners the Neptunes and Timbaland, Norfolk, VA native Nottz has been doing his best at carrying on the tradition. Having produced recent fire-starters for [cont.]

26 January, 2005 12:00 am

Raised in Queensbridge, the 41st side of Vernon, Alfredo Bryan aka Littles was raised by the streets.  Heavy in the drug game with partner Killa Black, it wasn’t until Littles did a five-year bid for shooting at cops that he decided it was time to turn his life into something new.  Coming home to  Queens in 98′, [cont.]

30 November, 2004 12:00 am

    Able to hold down the mic, man the tables and also produce a hot track, Scram Jones is a hip-hop anomaly.  Hailing from the Bronx by way of New Rochelle, New York, Scram has been steadily carving himself out a place in hip-hop over the last few years.  Working with legions of underground and well-known artists, Scram [cont.]

17 August, 2004 12:00 am

     Before Young Buck copped his deal and before 50 Cent blew up; Buc Fifty was toiling in the competitive underground fighting to either get heard or die trying.  Now with his second release on Battle Axe records, Buc has been given another chance to scream at the world with a new LP entitled Serve the Devil, Praise [cont.]

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