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Munkey Junkey – Cut Me Off | New Music

  Following the warm reception from previous single “Look Out Below”, electronic artist and producer Munkey Junkey returns with the release of his latest single “Cut Me Off”.   This new single is earmarked by swaying electric guitars melting into punchy dynamic production, “Cut Me Off” is emboldened electronica and deep, punchy synths, complimented with low-lying acoustic guitars which add[…]

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Gang Starr Unveil ‘Family And Loyalty’ Music Video With J. Cole | Music News

  Gang Starr is undoubtedly one of the most revered, beloved and influential groups in Hip Hop. Over the course of their distinguished career, they became a cultural institution and a brand you could ultimately trust.   The group’s “Chain and The Star” logo symbolized power and excellence and it permeated into the cutting-edge music they created. With a handful[…]

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ato – 24 | Music Video

  Hailed as one of the most thoughtfully brilliant rising artists at present, UK rapper ato returns with the release of his brand new single “24”.   Collaborating with long-term producer EDEN, “24” is as vibrant as you can get with its mellow, lo-fi production, He merges his signature blend of bars and vocals on an electronic/trap canvas with near[…]

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Cadet Releases Posthumous New Single ‘Gang Gang’ | Music News

  Out now via Underrated Legends, “Gang Gang” is the first posthumous single release from the late UK rapper Cadet, with production from LA Beats. The single comes with a music video released via GRM Daily.   Turning the spotlight on the social injustices black men face from being wrongfully targeted by the police, the concept of “Gang Gang” was[…]

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Irish Rap Duo Tebi Rex Release Debut Album ‘The Young Will Eat The Old’ | Music News

  Unless you’ve been living under a sizeable, sound-proofed rock, you’ll probably be aware that the Irish hip-hop scene is undergoing somewhat of an uprising. At the forefront of the new surge are Tebi Rex, a hip hop duo consisting of Max Zanga and Matt O and whose recent back-catalogue glides through genres; ranging from bouncy, dubstep-lite pop to heavier[…]

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