Today In Hip Hop History: Redman released his fourth studio album ‘Doc’s Da Name 2000’ on December 8th, 1998. The album featured production by Redman, along with Rockwilder, Roni Size, Gov Mattic and Erick Sermon. Guest appearances included Method Man, Busta Rhymes, Dave Hollister, Erick Sermon, Keith Murray among others. “I’ll Bee Dat!”, “Da Goodness”, […]

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Max Star – Retribution ( Part Two ) Produced By Raw Mix Beats WATCH OUR LATEST VIDEO:

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Today In Hip Hop History: The Notorious B.I.G.’s third album, ‘Born Again’, was released on December 7th, 1999. ‘Born Again’ was the first posthumous compilation album released by Bad Boy Records. It was made up of early recorded verses with newer instrumentals and guest appearances. Singles released included “Dead Wrong” ( Featuring Eminem ) and […]

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  Token – Between Somewhere Token releases his brand new album, ‘Between Somewhere’. @TokenHipHop         WATCH OUR LATEST VIDEO:  

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Mostro – Bang Bang Produced by Diseize84       WATCH OUR LATEST VIDEO:  

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MusicbyKO – Life In Element @musicbyko       WATCH OUR LATEST VIDEO:  

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  Melymel released her new album ….. ‘DRAGON QUEEN’. The most respected female rapper in the Dominican Republic, Melymel, A.K.A. “La mama del Rap” (Rap Mom), dropped her new album with the tastemaker label EMPIRE. It is a powerful nod to female empowerment, with a fresh sound and message that resonates with the Latin trap […]

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Today In Hip Hop History: The Roots released their fifth album ‘Phrenology’ on November 26th, 2002. Mainly produced by the members of the band, it featured appearances from hip hop and neo soul artists such as Cody ChesnuTT, Musiq Soulchild, Talib Kweli, and Jill Scott. Singles released included “Break You Off” and “The Seed (2.0)” […]

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Today In Hip Hop History: The Pharcyde released their debut album ‘Bizarre Ride II: The Pharcyde’ on November 24th, 1992. The album was produced by former group member J-Swift, and features only one guest appearance by Bucwheed (known then as “Buckwheat” from The Wascals). Singles released included “Ya Mama”, “Passin’ Me By”, “4 Better or […]

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