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Hip-Hop: The Beginner’s Guide On How To Use A Turntable!

The turntable is an old technology which should be in the museum by now. But guess what, it comes back again with much acceptance. That is because it offers an extraordinarily fabulous and original sound that you will never find in the other audio components. Moreover, it gives you a real feeling of enjoying music rather than just listening to it. If you have brought a turntable, then you have
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Top Hip-Hop Artists Ballin’ In 2018 – Who’s Got The Potential?

So, this year’s NBA All-Star Weekend among the top rap artists managed to show us the very best of the famed musicians teamed up in two squads and competing against one another. Which is exactly why you should definitely be pretty much excited after watching both Snoop Dogg and 2 Chainz face off one another with their own teams of rappers playing in this year’s all-star basketball game hosted by
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Music: Why Chance The Rapper’s Be Encouraged Tour Will Be A Big Hit

Chance the Rapper announced after his first tour that he would be going on tour again including multiple cities he left out of his first tour, and multiple festivals. With Chance making his final stop in Tampa, Florida at the Amalie Arena. The city was already packed with U2 making it's stop in Tampa as well, but Chance has the Amalie Arena bursting at the seams! With special Donnie Trumpet,
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“All Love Lost” Album Review

Whether he is recording music, doing a podcast or on reality television – Joe Budden has made himself out to be the most “open book” of a rapper today. Budden has had a way of keeping listeners engaged with his struggles through addiction, depression and his definition of “love.” His formula throws many off, and his sound is not one which mainstream hip hop gravitates to, but even the most
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“Compton” Album Review: Dr. Dre On Point

Fans of hip hop have waited since 1999 for this.   It was in 1999 that Dr. Dre released "Chronic 2001" his smash follow up album to his 1992 classic, "The Chronic."  Dr. Dre is an icon not only for hip hop, but music as a whole. He helped pioneer the gangsta rap era with N.W.A; helped build a classic (now defunct since his departure) label in Death Row Records; and
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“Special Effects” Album Review: Tech N9ne Overextends Genre Appeal

Tech N9ne is credited as being one of the hardest working artist in the hip hop industry. [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZwV9ZVM0YE[/embed] He has become a self-made millionaire by marketing himself and his label Strange Music since 1999.   If you blink for too long, he may drop another EP or mixtape in between album releases and if you listen to slow – you might miss a gem in the rapid fire delivery he
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“Love Story” Album Review: Yelawolf Shows True Artistic Self

Yelawolf made a name for himself independently before signing with Eminem’s Shady Records in 2011. His first release with Shady Records was “Radioactive” and it’s success was underwhelming.  There wasn’t much promotion behind it and this went down as two consecutive failures for Eminem who also failed to do much with the release of the Slaughterhouse album a year later. Regardless of what Eminem does as a record executive, Yelawolf
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Iggy Azalea: Her Long Road To Hip-hop Stardom

Iggy Azalea has become one of the most polarizing names in American pop culture. Whether it be for her lyricism, flashy fashion sense, or crazy love life, the world is caught up in Iggy fever. Azalea was just another aspiring rap artist looking for her chance to shine. Growing up in Australia didn't give her the opportunity to grow as a credible hip-hop artist, so she took a chance and