Video: Mic Handz feat. Lil’ Fame – Don’t Get Stomped

Some of that good old Punch Your Moms In The Face Rap, with the obligatory Fizzy Womack feature. Produced by Aaron “Freedom” Lyles.



Shabaam Sahdeeq feat. Tragedy Khadafi – OG Certified

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Sahdeeq and Khadafi unleash that gutter speech over a sublime Lewis Parker track and some cuts from DJ Ready Cee. Taken from the Keepers of the Lost Art LP, available now through Below System.



CHAZE and Omar White – The Divine Train Ride Mixtape
Wednesday April 23rd 2014,
Filed under: DJ Mixes,International Zone Coasters,Mix Tapes,Steady Bootleggin'
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GRIM Team representative CHAZE just dropped this ill mix of electro, boogie, soul and breaks with Omar White to enhance your next trip on the iron horse.



Meyhem Lauren and Buckwild – Silk Shirts and Yellow Gold
Wednesday April 23rd 2014,
Filed under: Killa Queens,New Rap That Doesn't Suck,Outdoorsmen,Steady Bootleggin'
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Laurenovich and Buckwild preview a cut from the Silk Pyramids LP, dropping 24 May on Thrice Great Records.



Showbiz & AG feat. Diamond D and Lord Finesse – Diggin’ In the Crates [DJ Premier Remix]
Wednesday April 23rd 2014,
Filed under: Bronx Bombers,Rap Veterans,Remixes,Steady Bootleggin'
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Here’s the CDQ of the latest leak from the DITC Remix Project, due 7 May via Slice of Spice. Shouts to the official DITC site for the audio.

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Pharoahe Monch feat. DJ Revolution – Get Down
Wednesday April 23rd 2014,
Filed under: Killa Queens,New Rap That Doesn't Suck,Rap Veterans,Steady Bootleggin'
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Here’s a Monch/M-Phazes/DJ Revolution cut from the tenth anniversary Coalmine Records Unearthed LP, due 13 May, which is better than 85% of the new Pharoahe LP.



Download: #Illmatic20 (Tribute Mixtape)

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Rap Bloggah Gahds connect like Voltron to give you a new spin on all this Illmatic nostalgia. I recommend the Timeless Truth and Mr. Motherfuckin eXquire tracks in particular.



Video: The Legion – Stereo
Wednesday April 23rd 2014,
Filed under: Bronx Bombers,Hoody Rap Ain't Dead,Rap Veterans,Video Clips
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Chucky Smash, Cee-Low and Molecules keep it moving with this Buckwild produced single from their The Lost Tapes LP due 20 May on Ill Adrenaline.



No Country For Old (Rap) Men: Why Does Nick Cannon Still Exist?

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The article where I compare Nick Cannon‘s career to Homeboys From Outer Space.

No Country For Old (Rap) Men: Why Does Nick Cannon Still Exist?



Video: Royal Flush feat. Nutso – Flushtown
Thursday April 10th 2014,
Filed under: Flushing's Finest,International Zone Coasters,Killa Queens,Video Clips
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Another single from the Grand Capo LP, with Grand Papa Tre on the beat and DJ Modesty on the cuts.



Raekwon – The Living Room

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Chef cooking up marvelous treats as per usual.



Ruc Da Jackel aka Mr. QB – The Unkut Interview
Thursday April 10th 2014,
Filed under: Interviews,Killa Queens,Killa Sha Special
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Following the Foul Monday interview, fellow Killa Kidz member Ruc Da Jackel reached out to tell his story. Having been in the game since the age of twelve, Mr. QB has worked with Killa Sha, Nas and Ron Artest, and is currently preparing his debut solo album, I Am Queensbridge and just launched his I Am QB clothing line.

Robbie: What got you started in the rap game?

Ruc Da Jackel: It was just the element of Queensbridge. It’s always been around us, rap music has always been a part of our community. Having all them influences of hip-hop around me had me making raps up, banging on the lunchroom table. From there, just kept going.
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Shabaam Sahdeeq feat. Wais P and Sha Stimuli – That Dope
Thursday April 10th 2014,
Filed under: BK All Day,Hoody Rap Ain't Dead,Steady Bootleggin'
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Something new from Shabaam Sahdeeq and DJ Skizz, from Shabaam’s Keepers of the Lost Art LP.



The 45 King feat. Supreme – Go Head Up [1990]

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Some hidden New Jersey rap gold, taken from The 45 King‘s The Lost Breakbeats – Test Press LP. Don’t call it Fast Rap though, that’s not a valid genre.



Big Twins feat. XP – Something Real
Wednesday April 09th 2014,
Filed under: Hoody Rap Ain't Dead,Killa Queens,Sid Roams Special,Steady Bootleggin'
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Big Twins and Sid Roams re-united! Could this mean that The Project Kid, Vol. 2 is going to happen one day? Either way, more of this please.