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Jyroscope: On the House

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I.B. Fokuz, Collasoul Structure, and DJ Seanile are Jyroscope. The Chicago trio came onto the scene five years ago with their debut album, Ragtime. Soon after Jyroscope released a mixtape paying homage to their favorite rock tunes titled, “On the … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Dinco D

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In 1991 a group called Leaders of the New School burst onto the scene with a colorful and energetic presence that had never been seen before in Hip-Hop. Charlie Brown, Busta Rhymes, and Dinco D each had completely different rhyme … Continue reading

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Rapsody: She Got Game

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Rapsody is back just a year after dropping her debut album, The Idea of Beautiful, with a new mixtape titled She Got Game. The sixteen-track mixtape finds Rapsody taking her lyrics to another level and staking her claim as one … Continue reading

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Introducing: Hayze

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New London, Connecticut is not known nationally as a fertile breeding ground for emcees, but that could all change with the success of 22-year old rapper, Hayze. Discovered by Demigodz co-founder Apathy, Hayze has a unique voice and delivery that … Continue reading

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Introducing: Add-2

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Chicago is a breeding ground for socially conscious artists. From Curtis Mayfield to Common musicians from Chicago’s inner-city entertain as well as educate. Chicago is a city where Operation PUSH and the Nation of Islam have its home base and … Continue reading

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Introducing: Jayy Lee

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Jayy Lee is an underground female emcee out of Merced, California. Her rhyme style is a combination of spoken word poetry and underground battle rap. Lee is heavily influenced by the likes of Jean Grae, Nas, and Talib Kweli and … Continue reading

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