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31 July, 2014 11:35 pm

From the forthcoming album Mansa Musa due 8/26 Via iTunes.

7 November, 2012 5:26 am

Off of JR&PH’s third studio album, The Good Life, out now on Soulspazm Records/Foundation Media/Jakarta Records. Features include Saigon, Freeway, Sean Price, Roc Marciano, Skyzoo, Torae, Chuuwee, Guilty Simpson, Fly Union and many more.

24 July, 2012 12:07 pm

This may be the first time bike-riding Mormon missionaries have appeared in a rap video. Directed by Kenneth Price. From Charity Starts At Home.

10 May, 2012 11:05 am

The NC by way of Cincinnati emcee Fluent drops “Wild & Free,” the first leak off his forthcoming lp, Retro Future. This Khrysis produced single features verses from the Justus League affiliate Median & KAZE a/k/a 4 Letters. Light on features, the album includes a guest feature from El da Sensei and boasts production from [cont.]

26 December, 2011 10:49 am

North Carolina-based emcee Median knows how to alleviate the drama. His first two projects; The Path to Relief EP and Median’s Relief appear to be named in that spirit, and The Sender is no exception. Brought to you by Jamla and +FE Music, the full length sophomore offering of this Hall of Justus comrade actualizes a [cont.]

2 September, 2011 8:13 am

Not quite a full-on Little Brother reunion, but 2/3 ain’t bad. Taken from 9th’s September 27th release, The Wonder Years. LISTEN: 9th Wonder – “Band Practice Pt. 2″ (feat. Phonte + Median) 9th Wonder – “Band Practice Pt. 2″ (feat. Phonte + Median)

12 August, 2011 8:48 am

New single taken from Median’s upcoming album, The Sender, hitting 8/16 on +FE Music/Jamla. LISTEN: Median – “Bright Individual” (prod. Khrysis) Median – “Bright Individual” (prod. Khrysis)

1 April, 2008 1:42 am

In a culture that embraces and glorifies individualism and style, artists that can truly be deemed ‘unique’ are a dying breed. Year after year, release after release, up-and-coming emcees have claimed they are “the new shit,” “flippin’ the script,” or “changing the game.” More likely, it’s just another typical album. Rhymes over beats, “I’m the [cont.]

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