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The Hype Magazine got Fred The Godson to weigh in on a few things during a “Live Session” segment discussing not only his impending mixtape but also the process to creating a major solo release as an indie artist. Certain artists exhibit a lifelong respect for mother Hip-Hop and the teachings of the culture and Fred is one of those “REAL ONES” in this writer’s opinion. I’d been watching him since he began to make his mark and his movement is legit on all levels, he’s also catching on to the importance of getting first count on his own money which is why he’s held off on accepting several deal offers from the majors. Tune in!

Source: Live Session: Fred The Godson talks upcoming ‘Gordo’ project and being indie – The Hype Magazine

Das EFX come together Thursday April 6, 2017 at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill (@BBKingBluesNYC), NY; near Port Authority, Grand Central, & Penn Stations. The happening is to celebrate the 25th anniversary of  their platinum album “Dead Serious” from which their single “They Want EFX,” reached top ten on Billboard’s R&B chart and #1 on it’s Hot Rap Tracks chart. Tickets available now, click here.

Source: One night only! Das EFX together for 25th Anniversary of ‘Dead Serious’ – TheHypeMagazine

The late rapper Tupac Shakur and Seattle-based rockers Pearl Jam lead a class of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees that also include folkie Joan Baez and 1970s favorites Journey, Yes and Electri…

Source: » Tupac Shakur To Be Inducted Into Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame

Philadelphia Rapper Ugly Nov  #Mr #WhatAboutTheHustlas Drops Brand New Visual For His Hit Street Single “Da Hustlas”, Check It Out Below and Stay Tuned For More Projects From Ugly Nov Coming Soon!

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DJ Khaled scores his first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, as his latest release, Major Key, debuts in the top slot. The set earned 95,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Aug. 4, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 59,000 were in traditional album sales — DJ Khaled’s largest sales week since 2007.

Source: DJ Khaled Earns His First No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart With ‘Major Key’ | Billboard

Lady Merk "Jump Around" Freestyle /

Philadelphia Female Rapper Lady Merk spits a choppy/fast flow to this 1992 (House Of Pain) classic “Jump Around”. With a new mix to the track done by Ceaz of Raseac Studio…. Enjoy! And be on the lookout for Merk’s new “Such A Lady” project dropping on Labor Day!

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Hip Hop On Deck presents “No Filter Vol. 1” mixtape hosted by DJ Skroog Mkduk featuring new music from Jay Z, Fabolous, Meek Mill, Lil Wayne, Yo Gotti, French Montana, Chief Keef, Young Greatness, Young Dro, Remy Ma, Ar-Ab, Fat Joe and more!!

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Chester PA rapper Skinny Meech finally delivers his highly anticipated debut STREET ALBUM [mixtape] I KNOW THEY HATING to maximum acclaim. The STREETS are claiming it’s a classic.

With production from the likes of Jahlil Beats x Jof Money x Dougie On The Beat x M-Rrrrr x Angel and more. The music is hard drums and more hard drums. Skinny Meech only recruited a select few on this project like Redi Roc x Jahlil Beats x City Rominiecki x Steddy Rocc x Angel x Yung Goon.

“This joint is like watching a movie” – Nik Numbers

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Hip-Hop has always been about competition and winning lyrical battles in front of audiences and judges there to critique your barz…for money, brings another level of pressure. The emerging traveling rap battle league BullPen hosts initiations for lyricists who’ve made the cut and what a better ceremony than dropping the initiates into the arena!

The CLEAR winner of this battle is comedian/rapper Doby from Topeka, Kansas (785), who shuts the door on his opponent at the close of each verse by branding his surname.

In this battle, Doby epitomizes what MC’s are known for, how they earn their stripes, metaphors, punch lines and the ability to take what’s thrown at them and flip it to their advantage.

Witness the utter destruction of Doby’s opponent from the Bronx’s, Casuan…total mismatch.  Doby has successfully strutted his comedic stuff, in Hollywood at the Comedy Store on Sunset as part of a BET comedy search in which he made the semi-finals and has played rooms from Chicago to Atlanta with his popularity growing throughout the United States.

My mom always told me not to get into a word battle with a comedian. Casuan should have taken heed!


Score: Doby 3-0, creativity, witticism, stage presence and BARZ!

Video: Montana of 300 ‘Panda (Remix)’

Posted: May 6, 2016 by realjdobypr in Hip Hop, News
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Montana-3851-1024x683After Pushing Back Fire In The Church Release to May 20th, the Torchbearer For Independent Hip-Hop Makes It Up to His Fans by Remixing the Country’s Number One Song

Montana Of 300 can rap over any beat and make it his own, no matter how famous the original track. The Chicago rapper frequently treats his legion of fans to remixes of popular industry hits, including Dej LoafsTry Me,” Lil Herb’s “Chiraq,” OT Genasis’s “Coco and an epic 8-minute freestyle over the beats from “White Iverson” and “Milly Rock.” Today, the self-proclaimed Rap God releases his biggest remix yet when he sinks his teeth into “Panda,” the surprise number one Billboard hit by teenaged Brooklyn rapper Desiigner. Montana attacks the Menace-produced beat with fervor, foregoing Desiigner’s percussive triplet flow in favor of his own machine gun bursts of lyrical genius: “Dressed up in all black like a panther/ I’m creepin’ I’m crawlin’ tarantula/ Bandana my face on the flag/trappers singin’ the national anthem.”

As an independent artist who built one of the most dedicated hip-hop fanbases from the ground up, Montana of 300‘s hustle can’t be knocked. The “Panda” remix follows the Chicago heavy-hitter’s XXL-debuted visual for “Here Now,” an introspective cut that finds Montana of 300 conversing with his conscience.In his annotation of the “Here Now” lyrics on Genius, Montana of 300 explained, “You get to listen in to what’s going on in my own mind… it’s kinda like me giving myself advice.” The reflective artist has been cementing his place in the game with an impressive stream of original video singles and remix videos which have accumulated 160M+ YouTube views. “He is nothing if not versatile,” HotNewHipHopnotes, while VIBE adds that “Montana rips relentless bars that separate him from his peers.” Montana of 300 previously released “WTS Now,” a track reflecting on the long journey he’s been on, from handing his CD’s out around Chicago to now having built a massive following as an independent hip-hop artist, as well as the sinister video for “Land Of The Dark,” premiered by Noisey alongside a lengthy interview.

Originally slated for release today, Montana Of 300’s latest album, Fire In The Church, a follow-up to his 2014 break-through project Cursed With a Blessing, drops in two weeks on May 20th.