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Run DMC “Beats To The Rhyme” (1988)

“Beats To The Rhyme” is a track from Run DMC’s fourth studio album Tougher Than Leather. Tougher Than Leather was released on May 17, 1988. While the new record did not maintain the same popularity as its predecessor Raising Hell, it obtained platinum status and spawned the favorites “Run’s House” and “Mary, Mary” (built around a sample […]

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Classic Williams describes his music in 3 words Passionate, Honest, Energetic

About the Musician Recently, there has been more excellent coverage of the Hip Hop community in Nashville. The city has a rich history of African American voices, but for years it has been overshadowed by its reputation as the birthplace of Country music. Because of his versatility in musical style, he serves as a good [&hellip

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Rapper Lil Lalim steals Drake’s beat on his Album ” Mr Lalim ” is it true?

Rapper Lil Lalim stole Drake’s beat on his new album – Is it true? The rapper released his Demo Album  Mr. Lalim with 14 Tracks inside on June 30, 2022 on all Broadcast platforms, to tell some of his fans that he stole Drake’s rhythm in his song  No Problems. The rapper says this in [&hellip

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Cypress Hill “How I Could Just Kill A Man” (1991)

“How I Could Just Kill a Man” is the debut single by Cypress Hill from their eponymous debut album, Cypress Hill, and was their first major hit in 1991. It was released as a double A-side to “The Phuncky Feel One” and the music video featured cameos by A Tribe Called Quest’s Q-Tip and Ice […]

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Eric B & Rakim “Follow The Leader” (1988)

“Follow The Leader” is the first single from Eric B. & Rakim‘s second studio album of the same name. The song’s music video was directed by Scott Kalvert and premiered on the August 6, 1988 pilot episode of television music program Yo! MTV Raps. Described as the “first rap video epic and period piece of the […]

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Danger Mouse & Black Thought – Cheat Codes | Review

So this is what happens when one of the most skilled producers in the music biz joins forces with one of the most talented emcees of all time. The long-awaited Cheat Codes is a Hip Hop masterclass, delivering on its promise to the fullest. Danger Mouse’s soulful boom-bap production is elegant and hard-hitting at the same […]

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