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Tag Archives: New Music June 2012

Nearly (OverDoz)ed.

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Share This.We’re going to start by posing two questions: Who the fuck are these guys? Why didn’t we discover them sooner? Left coast rap collective OverDoz just dropped visuals for their single “Lauren London” and we’ve been playing the video for about three days straight. Consisting of Joon, P, Kent Jamz and Cream, OverDoz are a fun young bunch that wield some serious lyricism. The group has been grinding for Read More

Lana’s National Anthem.

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Share This.Lana Del Rey released visuals for her single “National Anthem”. The video takes on an historical context, featuring Del Rey as Jacqueline Kennedy and rapper A$AP Rocky as John F. Kennedy. The two have been building up a collaborative buzz over the past couple of months and after a fair amount of teasing, have finally released material.

To All My Bad Bitches.

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Share This.Rapper Lupe Fiasco turned some heads with “Around My Way” and had a lot of fans pontificating the return of the “Old Lupe”. Well, in a TRUE return to form, Lupe recently released “Bitch Bad”. Off bat, the title of the song already reeks of sarcasm. Before Lupe even says a word, you know what’s about to go down… some stone cold fucking science. We won’t go through the trouble of Read More

Quite the Bada$$.

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Share This.There’s a violent storm of raw lyricism brewing in rap’s younger generation. We’ve seen it before — somewhere around 94′ — but back then it was perceived as common atmosphere. Those basking in its ambiance and molding its dynamics were never truly aware that it would come to an end. They knew nothing of the nuclear winter that would follow the atom bomb that was “Shiny Suit Rap”. Driven Read More

The Public Enemy Also Rises.

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Share This.This year is the 25th anniversary of famed sociopolitical rap group Public Enemy. Originating out of Long Island, the group formed back in 1982. Although the group started off as a pseudo collective and didn’t officially become Public Enemy until 1986, Chuck D and company wasted no time in telling it like it is and instilling a sense of sociopolitical awareness that was somewhat absent in hip-hop at the Read More

Get Free!

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Share This.CHERI COKE just released a new song from X/COKE EP. Titled “Free”, it is their third single from the EP and features the passionately airy vocals of Cheri Dennis and the slow bubbling production of Melo X. “What does it take to be FREE? In this case it’s freedom of expression, freedom of creativity, and breaking free from the cube that many try to place you in. Take a Read More

Alley Cats.

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Share This.The Rap Game Taylor Swift just teamed up with The Rap Game James Franco for a fun but trill tune. Kitty Pryde‘s video for “Orion’s Belt” features her and Riff Raff lyrically going off in Daytona Beach. The single comes off of Pryde’s current EP, Haha, I’m Sorry, available on Band Camp.

Summer Forever.

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Share This.Indie trio Eternal Summers recently released a new tune. “Wonder” comes off of their forthcoming album Correct Behavior. The song it said to be a step away from the group usual sound. “Wonder” features a more rambunctious feel compared to Eternal Summers’ normal mellow feel. “Wonder” by Eternal Summers.↓

A True (Banga)rang.

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Share This.The Godmother of Punk is back with a new offering. We’ve been listening to Patti Smith’s newest album Banga and we are happy to report that Smith has yet to lose her touch. Recorded partially at Electric Lady Studios, the album was released on June 4th but while other online publications gave a review for the sake of being relevant, we actually spent some time with the album and Read More

A Clockwork (Ocean).

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Share This.Waiting in the wings for the right moment to strike, Frank Ocean’s highly anticipated debut album, Channel Orange, is sure to force you to tune in. His preview drop, “Pyramids” is as if flipping through audio channels; a 10-minute journey through snapshots of a multitude of musical genres. Definitely not one to be predictable, the track demonstrates Ocean’s lust for keeping his audience on its toes by giving us Read More