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Raekwon – We Wanna Thank You, Mixtape.

Amid years of fruitless attempts to regain New York hip-hop’s former glory, luddites’ endeavors to reinstate “real” hip-hop, and embarrassing overtures by yesterday’s greats — most recently, the Wu-Tang Clan’s painful and perverse new album — amid all of that, Raekwon alone seems to have noticed that the provenance of every golden..

Salva – Peacemaker.

L.A. by way of Chicago producer Salva went and got all your favorite rappers for his mixtape. Download it at his website and listen to choice cuts featuring Freddie Gibbs, Kurupt, E-40, and Schoolboy Q below.

Future – Gangland x Hardly x Break The Rules.

Future’s post-debut mixtape Monster gives us two (2) certified bangers, depending on your definitions of “certified” and “banger”. We’ll likely have to wait until his next proper album (or DJ Khaled feature) for a pop masterstroke of the order of “Honest,” but he acquits himself nicely on rawer cuts on Monster. A loosie,..




Toss out the emojis, RapKey is the keyboard you need.

RapKey is a new custom keyboard for iOS/iPhone that allows you to send rap bars on demand. Because let’s be real, you need to be sending your girl some Wu-Tang lyrics instead of those heart emojis you have been sending her since you got your iPhone4.  Download & submit lyrics at..

Jamie Foxx – Ain’t My Fault.

Jamie Foxx’s grown and sexy response to the prevailing ideology of ratchet & b is worthy in the age of The Weeknd and Ty Dolla Sign.