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Los Angeles emcee/producer Blu's much talked about album, York, which has seemingly been delayed for years, has finally arrived. The 14-track LP, which was formerly known as NoYork, is now available for digital purchase,...
Music has never seen anyone like Justin Timberlake. No one has ever navigated the path from teen heartthrob to widely respected artist more successfully than Timberlake. While nearly every other child star has either ended up...
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University of North Carolina baller-turned-emcee GQ has come together with The DJBooth to bring fans his latest street release, Death Threats & Love Notes: The Prelude.
The official prelude to the artist's as yet-unscheduled...
Veteran emcee Torae has released his highly-anticipated new mixtape, Admission Of Guilt, for free digital download via his imprint Internal Affairs Entertainment, in conjunction with Steel Magnolia Group and DJBooth.net.
Back on January 1, 2010, The DJBooth hosted Trunk Muzik, an independently-released street album from an Alabama emcee named Yelawolf. Fast forward 50 or so features over three plus years and the artist born Michael Wayne...
In August 2012, Tanya Morgan emcee Von Pea was sitting in L.A. with new creative energy and nowhere to put it. Listening to a beat tape Tanya Morgan in-house producer Aeon gave him, Von began writing on his flight back to New...
Introduced to our readers through his work with Booth-approved artist G-Eazy on "All I Could Do" and "Pay for You," Skizzy Mars is finally ready to make a solo impact with the release of his debut project, Phases.
NYC hip-hop trio THEBLKHANDS have come together with The DJBooth to bring fans their digital debut album, Serbia.
The project features 16 original jams (plus two bonus tracks!) from the up-and-coming crew, made up of emcees...
Lil Wayne has become the Amy Winehouse of rap.
To quote my favorite writer, me, “Winehouse’s "Back to Black' came at the perfect time. Two years prior she had made Frank, a stylistically remarkable but ultimately not...
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