Breaking all the rules of the industry is part of their game. Join Futuristic, Reverie, Sean Brown, and Trinidad James as they try to take over the hip-hop scene without being tied to a record label. ABOUT THE EPISODE: Futuristic films a new music video. Reverie puts the finishing touches on a new song. Trinidad […]

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  THE NO LABEL FESTIVAL BRINGS HIP HOP, FASHION AND GOOD VIBES IN 2017. The No Label Festival comes to San Bernardino for the first time ever with a full day of the hottest hip-hop acts! The event is presented by Enas Promotions and Juan Navarro. Hosted by multiple talents such as SandOner & Mc […]

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Today In Hip Hop History: Nas released his debut album , ‘Illmatic’, on April 19, 1994. The project’s production was handled by DJ Premier, Large Professor, Pete Rock, Q-Tip, L.E.S. and Nas. The album featured the singles “Halftime”, “It Ain’t Hard to Tell”, “Life’s a Bitch”, “The World Is Yours”, and “One Love” Check out […]

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Kendrick Lamar released the cover and tracklist for his upcoming album, ‘DAMN’. The album will feature appearances from Rihanna and U2, with production Mike WiLL Made-It, Alchemist, Cardo, BADBADNOTGOOD, DJ Dahi, and 9th Wonder. The video “Humble”, a track off the album, recently became the Billboard Hot 100’s highest charting debut for a rap single […]

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Today In Hip Hop History: Nas released his third album, ‘I Am…’ on April 6, 1999. The project was originally meant as a double album titled ‘I Am…The Autobiography’, but after the original sessions were bootlegged, most songs were cut. ‘I Am…’ was the first major release album to be widely leaked using MP3s. Some […]

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Today In Hip Hop History: Gang Starr released their fifth album ‘Moment Of Truth’ on March 31st, 1998. The album featured the single “You Know My Steez” Check out the full album below:

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Today In Hip Hop History: Onyx released their debut album ‘Bacdafucup’ on March 30th, 1993 The album featured their breakout single, “Slam”, along with “Throw Ya Gunz” and “Shiftee”. Check out the full album below:

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Hip Hop History: The Notorious B.I.G.’s second and last album, ‘Life After Death’, was released 20 years ago today. The double album was released posthumously following his death on March 9, 1997. It features 112, Jay-Z, Lil’ Kim, Mase, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Too $hort, Angela Winbush, D.M.C. of Run-D.M.C., R. Kelly, The LOX and Puff Daddy. […]

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Hip Hop History: Scarface released their debut album, ‘The Untouchable’, on March 11th, 1997 The album featured the single “Smile”, a collaboration with Tupac Shakur and Johnny P., released shortly after the shooting deaths of 2Pac and Notorious B.I.G.. Check out the full album below:

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Hip Hop History: De La Soul released their debut album, ‘3 Feet High And Rising’, on March 3rd, 1989. It contains the singles, “Me Myself and I”, “The Magic Number”, “Buddy”, and “Eye Know”.

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