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A-yo what about all the young ladies, the positive young ladies?
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Respect yourself, respect the funk.... respect the ladies!
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After dropping his “G.O.M.D.” video earlier in the week, J. Cole joins his Dreamville artist Cozz in the video for “Knock Tha Hustle (Remix).”

The South Central MC takes it to the streets of Brooklyn in the black-and-white clip, while his mentor performs outside the famed Apollo Theater.
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+William Dove Yes!! You are right. I'm glad they both of Cozz's verse on the remix for the video unlike on the album remix where Cole had two more verses than Cozz. I agree Cozz & Effect is a really good album, especially his debut. What a strong way to come in.
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Blasphemy, the collaborative album from Detroit producer Apollo Brown and West Coast legend Ras Kass, is a thought-provoking and highly personal treatise on the unspoken. No “ism” is out of bounds, no topic too untoward. Whatever you hold sacred isn’t above aggressive inquiry.

Above all, this album displays Apollo Brown & Ras Kass’ undeniable synergy. Their sacred writ is the same, their blasphemy for those who want to think as they nod to the rhythm. When Ras Kass crucifies supposed facts over Apollo’s beats, it’s clear he is the West Coast’s preeminent philosopher. When Apollo’s blaring suites soothe your soul and his sonic scripture takes you to church, it’s an ontological fact that he ranks among the best producers in the game. With Blasphemy, the duo has delivered the truth.
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Detroit native Black Milk drops "I Guess," the first single since “If There's a Hell Below” dropped last fall.
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Back in December, Rapsody released "The Man" as an official single. The song speaks about the social injustice and the struggles young men endure because of absent fathers.

Today, Rapsody released the official video for "The Man".
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+Sandor Inshiqaq TOTALLY!!!
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R.I.P. to Freaky Tah from The Lost Boyz who got killed on March 28th 1999.
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Kendrick Lamar recently shot the video for “King Kunta” from To Pimp a Butterfly. The shoot took place at the Compton Swap Meet, filmed by Director X.
Kendrick Lamar recently shot the video for “King Kunta” from To Pimp a Butterfly. The shoot took place at the Compton Swap Meet, filmed by Director X.
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Check out Yelawolf's new track "American You" from his upcoming album "Love Story"!
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Cole just dropped the official music video for “G.O.M.D."
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Here is a nice pair of beats made by Iraqi-Canadian music producer, Sandhill. If you’re wondering whose voice is that on the track, it’s the voice of Betty Wright a Miami-based soul and R&B singer-songwriter famous in the 1970s.
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As a strong but yet diverse way of an outlook on life, Hip Hop is now a way of life and is here to stay.
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If you would like to write on HHND.org send me a message. You could help spread the word about Hip Hop artists & acts that deserve more recognition.

Since its birth in the Bronx, Hip Hop has been interpreted in various ways by different cultures around the globe. Over the years its influences have managed to fuse amongst, reggae, rock, classical, mainstream pop, alternative, electro, jazz and experimental musical platforms. As a strong but yet diverse way of an outlook on life, Hip Hop is now a way of life and is here to stay.

Hip Hop Never Dies is a international and non-profit platform started with one goal, to expose new great & upcoming artists and to express our passion for this culture.

If you like my efforts to expose these  Hip Hop acts to you, please support this project by sharing HHND on social networks and by following Hip Hop Never Dies on Twitter, FacebookSoundCloud or here on Google+.

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"Probably the first Hip Hop songs I heard were those performed by local groups inspired by NWA in the mid 90s. The first hip hop track that I remember hearing was California Love, I was born in 92 so Tupac was still kinda new to me. One of the reasons I started Hip Hop Never Dies was to discover new & old Hip Hop acts."

"I'm a rap artist, songwriter, poet, deipnosophist who's music is thought provoking, engaging, and real. I love meeting producers with quality instrumentals. What I like is jazz rap/ hip hop jazz, soulful or story telling beats."

"Born and raised all over Los Angeles County. Music has always been my refuge. I would consider myself a late blooming hip hop aficionada and jack of all trades. But I'm mostly known as a photog, aspiring singer, fat babe, panda lover, free hugger and lover of all arts. I'm not a beat maker nor a lyrical genius, I'm simply just a girl living in an infused hip hop world♩♫♪"