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Monthly Archives: December 2010
Chi-town’s Rhymefest has cooked up a feast for the nerds with this one. Pick up all the superhero references and you’ll get endless cool points. I’m not mocking – I own a belt with a Bat-sign belt buckle. I’m pretty … Continue reading
This is why Black Thought should be in your top ten. Buy Ghostface’s Apollo Kids from iTunes here. Seen over at Earmilk.
jj are a Swedish pop group who’ve gained a following for their audacious covers of rap and R&B songs. Ethereal, ghostly voices glide over hip hop beats. It’s a bizarre sound at first and almost unsettling – you’re meant to … Continue reading
Lasers. March 8th 2011.
Back in 2007, Wale created an aural mission statement, letting the labels know how they would benefit from signing him. He sounds starving, ready to devour the rap game. If I was an exec and he walked into my office … Continue reading