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Blood Orange (Dev Hynes) feat. Skepta, “High Street”

​London singer Dev Hynes records as Blood Orange, his electronica-infused project, and collaborates with fellow Londoner Skepta for a tale about growing up in… Watch

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MC Eiht feat. Outlawz, “Shut Em Down”

OG west coaster and ​Compton’s Most Wanted frontman MC Eiht (new jacks will remember him from Kendrick Lamar’s “m.A.A.d. city”) teams up with Tupac’s… Watch

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Vic Spencer, “Spin Cycle”

​The Chi Town emcee is rhyming with harsh words and taking sucka MCs to the cleaners. His upcoming mixtape is called Just Put this Shit OUT! Watch

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Raz Simone, “Bow Down”

Raz already has this song in video form when he performed live at KEXP. Still, it needed a proper video, and Raz and company loaded it with stark animation and… Watch

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Serius Jones, “The Response”

Serius is the old-fashion type of rap cat who laces every other bar with punchlines and put downs, and in this freestyle, the seasoned battle rapper packs them densely. Watch

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The Airplane Boys, “Write My Song”

The Toronto duo is taking a break from the highly futuristic styles they’re known for a trip to the 70’s. Off of their latest project Egos and Expectations. Watch

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N.A., “Send It Through”

​Something about the track feels like it’s a D’Angelo track with Jay Z on the vocals. It’s actually the Phoenix via Brooklyn emcee, N.A., on the… Watch

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Smoke DZA feat. Ab-Soul, “Hearses”

​Jet Life’s Harlem representative hangs out with TDE’s man of the hour. Off of DZA’s album Dream.Zone.Achieve. Watch

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Leon Martin, “The Ghetto”

The Brooklyn lyricist drops some bitter honesty ​tempered by a lively uplifting beat. From his new mixtape Wish Me Success. Watch

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Audio Push, “Parade”

Hit-Boy’s proteges been doing so well they walk through their town like they won a championship. Off of the HS87 compilation We The Plug. Watch

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B.o.B, “Many Rivers”

The second video released in rapid succession, B.o.B channels the 60’s and especially the imagery of the Civil Rights movement to make his point. Off of No Genre 2. Watch

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B.o.B, “Mission Statement”

Rev. B.o.B steps to the pulpit and delivers the modus operandi. The high socks are just an extra. Off of No Genre 2. Watch

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Hezekiah, “Can I Live”

Steeped in 70’s jazz and soul, Hezekiah frames a story about hard decisions made on the streets. Off of Dreams Don’t Chase Themselves. Watch

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Phil Ade, “Outskirts”

​DMV’s Phil Ade is bringing the people together out for this bouncy, boom-bap track to pay homage to his hood. First release from Respect Due. Watch

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Ka & Preservation, “Still Heir”

Still soft spoken with weighty subject matters, and still pairing them with starkly lit black and white cinematography, Ka releases a new track from his project… Watch

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NehruvianDOOM, “Darkness (HBU)”

Multigenerational underground hip-hop from ​(MF) DOOM and Bishop Nehru, with the former supplying the grimy, horn-filled beats and the latter with the early… Watch

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Stat Quo feat. Scarface, “The Way It Be”

Stat Quo delivers a track that sounds like vintage Scarface circa 1995, and gets an endorsement from Brother Mob himself. ​From his album ATLA: All This Life… Watch

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Civil Writes, “R.N.S”

The Atlanta duo floats some down-to-earth lyrics while harps in the backing keep the track feather-light. Watch

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Redman, “Nigga Whut”

​Brick City’s finest flexes some slow-tempo sneering into his disparaging raps. Coming soon is Muddy Waters 2. Watch

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R.O.E. x The Soulvillians, “I Used to Love H.E.R. / Revive”

​The Chicagoan backpacker comes with his live backing band, rifts on some classic Common verses, and dives into his song (of the same theme) off of his mixtape… Watch