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  • Diabolic “Alien Manuscript” Video | @diabolichiphop

    Diabolic is gearing up to drop a new project in the middle of September, and “Alien Manuscript” the latest offering. I’ve added the track-listing below, and you’ll see features from RA The Rugged Man, Celph Titled, Locksmith, Nino Bless, DJ Premier, Apathy, Snowgoons and others. Check out his Kickstarter page and be on the look out for Fightin’ Words coming soon.

    01 Diabolical Sound (prod. DJ Premier)
    02 Introvert (prod. Junior Makhno)
    03 Higher f. Celph Titled & Swave Sevah (prod. Engineer)
    04 Piss and Vinegar (prod. Junior Makhno)
    05 Suffolk’s Most Wanted f. R.A. the Rugged Man (prod. Snowgoons)
    06 Feel Your Pain (prod. Engineer)
    07 Norman Bates f. Taboo, Locksmith, Nino Bless, Apathy & Coal (prod. Level 13)
    08 Living In My Own Head f. Block McCloud (prod. Level 13)
    09 My Attitude (prod. Engineer)
    10 Victim’s Story (prod. BP)
    11 Fightin Words (prod. C-Lance)
    12 Game Time f. Sean Price & Vinnie Paz (prod. 5th Seal)
    13 A.M.E.R.I.C.A. (Truth pt.3) (prod. Engineer)
    14 Here We Go f. Coast (prod. Level 13)
    15 Bad Dream (prod. Snowgoons)
    16 Alien Manuscript (prod. Junior Makhno

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  • Apollo Brown ft. Roc Marciano “Lonely & Cold” Video | @ApolloBrown

    Check Apollo Brown and Roc Marciano on this new visual from Apollo’s recent Thirty Eight project. You can read what the Detroit producer had to say about the track below, and you can cop the project from this link.

    “This is another joint that Roc wanted to do for the 5” so we did that one as well. This shit is gritty. It’s repetitive, I love. Nasty bassline. I get slow with my production. I don’t know if it has to do with my age or what, but shit, every year man, I feel like I’m getting slower and slower. The feeling of it. I don’t like fast beats or fast production. To me you feel more when it’s slower. When it’s slow you can bop your head and just feel that shit.

    It’s on some reflection shit – but gritty reflection. Maybe my man got caught, the crew got caught, or somebody got caught. I picture him sitting in the holding tank, obviously somebody came and bailed him out. Nobody knows what he did, nobody can prove what he did, but he’s reflecting like, sometimes this world is so lonely and cold. Maybe that’s the reason they do what they do, or what comes of what they do.”What do you think?

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    Chronixx “Here Comes Trouble” (Jimmy Fallon Performance) Video | @IAmChronixx

    One of my favorite new artists, Chronixx has exploded onto the reggae scene in the last couple years and has been on a worldwide tour for the last several months. He dropped a stellar project earlier this year titled Dread and Terrible and continues his ascent with his first national television performance in the US on Jimmy Fallon. He actually has a free show today in NYC in Central Park with Junior Reid, so if you are in New York, definitely go check that out.

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    Juicy J ft. Wiz Khalifa & Ty Dolla $ign “Shell Shocked” | @therealjuicyj @wizkhalifa @tydollasign

    One thing I really miss from summer blockbusters is the soundtrack to to match. Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign are here to try and remedy that situation with Shell Shocked. You can find the track when the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie drops next month. You can peep it in the trailer below. At least they didn’t try to revive the Vanilla Ice track. #NinjaRap

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    #KANSAS: SuperShaqGonzoe “SUPER” Video | @SuperShaqGonzoe

    While spending a little time on The Facebook this evening, I came across another new artist that I had never heard of named SuperShaqGonzoe. I saw my guy, That Kid Ty post Shaq’s new video and figured I would check it out. Almost instantly I thought the video, “SUPER” was dope! I hit him up on Facebook as well and he sent me a couple other videos that were also really dope. Since he is a new artist to the site, I wanted him to give a little background about his life, so read his story below, check out his video SUPER and stay tuned for his debut mixtape, Not A Hero.

    “Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico on June 16, 1994 and raised in a poor environment, Shaq was a young witness to many aspects of the streets including drugs, guns and just overall crazy shit that a kid shouldn’t be around. A lot of his family members and friends ended up dead or in jail. Eventually his father joined the military to leave the island, leading Shaq to travel across the world to countries including Germany, Italy, Paris, France, Spain and more. Traveling had a huge influence on Shaq, seeing the way other people lived and their cultures opened his eyes to the world around him and was a direct dichotomy to his life in Puerto Rico. Eventually his father got stationed in Georgia, where Shaq lived in Savannah for some time. This was the first time Shaq lived in the suburbs and nice area where he no longer had to worry about violence to the same degree as before. Shaq currently resides in the Midwest (Kansas) and is working on his debut mixtape “Not A Hero” while also attending school.”

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