Torri Wolf
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Torii Wolf – ” Flow Riiot ” 

October 10, 2017 Mikey P 0

Torii Wolf, a singer/songwriter from Wantagh, New York , explored and lived in multiple West Coast cities , enhanced herself artistically; breaking barriers for  categories, genres, confinement and convention. Working with legendary DJ Premier, Premier  shed some light on the [. ..]

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Cali So Cold – ” Cali So Cold”

August 5, 2017 Mikey P 0

Cali So Cold is back with his self titled debut mixtape Cali So Cold.  The mixtape features 7 original tracks. Kickin things off with the first song titled Pitiful, the mixtape is a good body of work definitely worth the [. ..]

Dimes
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The Burn City Project | Daz Jones & Dimes

July 5, 2017 Jay Weekly 0

The Burn City Project Daz Jones & Dimes  Uptown Philly & Melbourne Australia collide on this international banger from Uptown Philadelphia producer & Emcee Daz Jones of Toolshack Records & Melbourne Australia Producer & Emcee Dimes. This EP’s name The Burn [. ..]

Izzie Gibbs
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Izzie Gibbs – Yin Yang EP (Review) 

June 24, 2017 Mikey P 0

Izzie Gibbs is one of the best artists coming up out of the U.K. . His latest project Yin Yang is a 6 track EP that surely won’t disappoint. The intro Outta Da Hood is a great introductory to what [. ..]

Tizzy Gang
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Tizzy Gang | Opps Next Door Vol. 1

June 21, 2017 Jay Weekly 0

Tizzy Gang Opps Next Door Vol.1 Tizzy Gang are a collective of  Grime artist from the UK and Canada consisting of members Tre Mission from Canada & Merky Ace, Cadell, Vic Santoro from the UK & more,they all as individuals [. ..]

Fly Motivation
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L Prezzy | Fly Motivation

May 19, 2017 Jay Weekly 0

 L Prezzy Fly Motivation The Culture Weekly had a chance to pre listen & review Philly Emcee & native L.Prezzy’s new album titled Fly Motivation scheduled to drop 05/27/2017.  This is the artists 1st album that has 13 tracks. Including [. ..]

Freddie Gibbs
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Freddie Gibbs -Crushed Glass 

March 21, 2017 Mikey P 0

  Initiating his new “Crushed Glass” video, Freddie Gibbs kicks it off with a powerful line stating “The future started yesterday” and let’s just say that’s only the start of what is one of the most interesting videos of this year. [. ..]