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[Mixtape] The Purge Pt. 2 (the Election Year) Hosted by DJ GET IT RITE (@RespectMuzik)

[Mixtape] The Purge Pt. 2 (the Election Year) Hosted by DJ GET IT RITE

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NickyWill- Just Live

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Nicky Will is a Alternative Hip-Hop artist based out of Atlanta with his new album "Dear World" set to drop in August, watch his new video "Just Live". Check out Nicky Will on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

http://facebook.com/iamnickywill

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BUMPY103 Street Life Vol 4 - Blood Moon Tetrad

INDEPENDENT ARTIST BUMPY103 & OWNER/CEO OF 103RD STREET ENTERTAINMENT LLC.

Twitter: @BUMPY103

Instagram: @BaneBxxgie27

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Candis - Woke Up Today ft. Canton Jones, Vaughn P, & Kenny Blanco

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Checkout the new video by Candis - Woke Up Today ft. Canton Jones ,Vaughn P, & Kenny Blanco. DreamHouse Entertainment.

www.dhemusic.com Download on iTunes today - https://itun.es/us/d6Hfcb

 
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The Odd Tape by Oddisee

 <a href="http://oddiseemmg.bandcamp.com/album/the-odd-tape">The Odd Tape by Oddisee</a>

Oddisee is an everyman with extraordinary talent. Both a rapper chronicling the perils and joys of ordinary existence, and a virtuosic producer attuned to the vibrations of how life actually sounds. But don’t mistake the Odd Tape for the noise of birds chirping, idle chatter, or car alarms; it’s that internal soul-jazz reverberating at the back of your brain. 

For the last decade, the Mello Music Group artist has alternated between instrumental albums, full-length rap records, and his role as one-third of Diamond District. The Odd Tape is technically the former—there are no vocals—but if you call this an instrumental album, you might as well say the same about Bitches Brew. 

After a decade making music, the Prince Georges, Md.-raised and Brooklyn-based has transcended influences, comparisons and genre. The Odd Tape showcases the range of a composer bending hip-hop, soul, and jazz into singular form, tapping into that same emotional Fort Knox that animates all wordless choruses. 

The Odd Tape revolves around the rhythms of the artist’s daily life. It starts in the morning with “Alarmed,” that sounds like if Shuggie Otis did a psychedelic eye-opening cover of Nas’ “Shootouts.” It rolls through “Right Side of the Bed,” with its glitter-gold sax lines, loose drums, and sunshine-slanting-through-the-blinds keyboards. Oddisee went from sampling to creating the eternal sounds of his original inspirations. You can hear older gods like Roy Ayers, Bob James, and Fela, but mostly you hear Oddisee continue to come into his own. 

As Pitchfork described his previous album, 2015’s The Good Fight: “the music feels distinctly international and unhindered, far removed from the straight-ahead boom-bap he used to make. He’s always created on his own terms, but [this] feels like a hearty "f**k you" to prevailing groupthink and the industry’s creative limitations.” 

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