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2 April, 2010 5:55 pm

Bay Area production team return with all new remix album/mixtape thing, where they reimagine tracks from Zero 7, PPP, Kid Cudi, Common, Kanye West, J*DaVey, Zo! & Tigallo, Janelle Monet, Wale, Kenna, Chromeo, and more. Trackademiks Remix Tape Vol. 3 (Mixtape)

30 January, 2009 1:44 am

With the passing of J. Dilla, many of his peers, both from Detroit (Black Milk, Illa J, Dwele, Slum Village) and abroad (The Roots, Busta Rhymes, Madlib) have felt the need to carry on the sound of Jay Dee. Whether through the resurrection of unused beats, or by creating music with essentially the same sound, [cont.]

12 February, 2007 12:00 am

The collective Platinum Pied Pipers, early in two thousand and five, released a soul blazing debut album, called ‘Triple P’. It was somewhat of an underground hip hop/soul recording, but with a lot of funk in its trunk as well. Released through the USA based record label, Ubiquity Records, the Triple P member Wajeed speaks [cont.]

17 May, 2005 12:00 am

     In the aftermath of the dissolving of the Native Tounge family, we’ve seen several groups pick up the pieces and travel in their own directions of sound with them. Of course hip-hop’s original live band comes to mind, The Roots, and extending somewhere from those branches is Slum Village, Detroit’s own post-Tribe, pre-Eminem trio, [cont.]

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