Rodd.D “Marlboro Forever II” prod. Money Montage (Audio)

Rodd.D “Marlboro Forever II” prod. Money Montage (Audio)

Rodd.D “Marlboro Forever II” prod. Money Montage Looks like the ball is back rolling for the South Carolina lyricist, Rodd.D. After dropping his recent banger “B.I.B.D”, Rodd.D teams up with Money Montage once again to bring us the second installment of the Marlboro Forever series. Rodd.D unleashes 3+ minutes of raw hip-hop the world claims to miss. The Marlboro County artist looks to leave his mark as one of the best out of South Carolina. While focusing his vision on mainly building his home fan base, Rodd.D strives to ignite…

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Substance Abuse “Rear View” ft KRS-One (Audio)

Substance Abuse “Rear View” ft KRS-One (Audio)

Substance Abuse “Rear View” ft KRS-One Los Angeles hip-hop duo Substance Abuse return to hip-hop with their remix EP,Background Music: The Redux. Consisting of emcee Subz and Eso Tre, Substance Abuse present an EP that re-imagines some of the classic tracks first introduced on their critically acclaimed sophomore effort, “Background Music”. Substance Abuse stick to their trade mark style of socially conscious content. The track “Rear View” featuring KRS-One, tackles the futility of trying to embrace a time period that is gone and never will be again, while still affirming…

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P. Rich “Cinco De Mayo” ft. Kris Harris & Tiana Mone prod Bentley Beats (Video)

P. Rich “Cinco De Mayo” ft. Kris Harris & Tiana Mone prod Bentley Beats (Video)

P. Rich “Cinco De Mayo” ft. Kris Harris & Tiana Mone prod Bentley Beats Directed by Rowe shot me, this is the first single/video off of the “P.Rich presents: Paul Ma$$on” ep/Demo from Detroit based artist P.Rich along with rapper (and fellow group member) Kris Harris and the beautiful Tiana Mone, and is produced by Bentley Beats.

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Mike Melinoe “Caveman” (Stream)

Mike Melinoe “Caveman” (Stream)

Mike Melinoe “Caveman” When you hear Caveman, you won’t be surprised that Mike Melinoe is a product of Detroit, Michigan. His lyrical style recalls Eminem’s syllabic knots, his voice stretches like Danny Brown, and he summons images with the grotesque clarity of Esham. But that’s not the only reason. Melinoe’s music is a psychedelic trip through abandoned factories, greyscale cityscapes, and the sort of psychotic imagination that can only exist in the place between boredom and despair. The songs on the EP swing between the confessional collage of “DLOG TAOG”…

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