Playlist, Video

Weekend Visuals: Playlist 299

Your weekend playlist of the music videos you should be watching.

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DJ, Emcee, Events, Lifestyle, Media, Video

RECAP: The LA Premier of the Stretch and Bobbito Documentary – “Radio that Changed Lives”

There was standing room only Monday night at the Regent Theater, the night hip-hop curators and ambassadors Bobbito and DJ Stretch Armstrong premiered “Radio that Changed Lives,” a documentary about the duo and their radio show that did indeed do just that. The film features interviews from Big L, Nas, Jay-Z, Wu-Tang Clan, Biggie, Eminem, The Fugees, […]

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Pete Rock & Camp Lo: 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s Pt. II Mixtape

What’s your favorite Pete Rock-produced album? Mecca & the Soul Brother? Soul Survivor? The Main Ingredient? If you’re a regular reader of this site, you appreciate that classic Hip-Hop sound (and you also probably have a very elaborate answer to this question). Luckily for you, Pete Rock and Camp Lo are back with a new […]

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Emcee, Issues

Album Review: Talib Kweli – Prisoner of Conscious

Prisoner of Conscious is the 5th solo album by legendary lyricist, Talib Kweli.  With a career that is approaching nearly 2 decades, Kweli is still one of the most talented and consistent emcees in the game.  Though I wouldn’t say Prisoner Of Conscious is a perfect album, I pleasantly found it to be among the […]

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Emcee, Media

Jam On It: Talib Kweli ft. Miguel – Come Here

The Brooklyn MC links up with with the ever so soulful Miguel to bring us a musical offering that’s equal parts nostalgic Motown vibes and modern feel good hip hop balladry.  This quality track is just a taste of the dope music Talib Kweli has in store on his upcoming release, Prisoner of Consciousness.  So […]

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DJ, Emcee, Video

FUSE’s Crate Diggers – J Dilla

J Dilla, Jay Dee, Dilla, Dilla Dawg, James Yancey.  If you know the name, you know the scope of influence the man has had in not only the world of hip hop, but all of music in general.  That’s why it comes as no surprise that even seven years after his death, plenty are still […]

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