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Lately headlines have been circulating about Kid Cudi's departure from the label that birthed him, wondering if Kid Cudi’s career will maintain its longevity without the G.O.O.D. Music machine behind him. It’s been three...
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How many veteran emcees with a background in West Coast gangsta rap would be taken seriously if they chose to release a reggae album 20 years into their career? The answer is one: Snoop Dogg Lion.
The Long Beach native has...
Milwaukee rhymesayer Pizzle has come together with The DJBooth to bring fans his latest street release, the INSOMNIA II mixtape.
Presented by Osat Music and hosted by DJ Grady, the project features 17 original jams (plus two...
Mr. J. Medeiros and Stro Elliot, together known as The Procussions, have offered up their new, self-titled EP for free streaming in The DJBooth. The official prelude to the summer release of their junior album (also...
Fresh off the November release of his latest full-length album, The World's Most Hardest MC Project, D-Block emcee Styles P has linked up with respected producer Scram Jones to create Float, a project that is available for...
Mitchy Slick, one-third of acclaimed group Strong Arm Steady, is back with his new solo effort, Feet Match the Paint. Over the course of 15 tracks Slick brings listeners deep inside his native California in classic west coast...
DJBooth favorite Big K.R.I.T. has released his latest free mixtape album, King Remembered In Time. The pseudo self-titled project is the fourth free LP-like release from the Mississippi native in the last three years, not...
Underground rap crew Grumpy Old Men (Mike Schpitz, Pete Sayke) and Indianapolis, Indiana beatsmith LONEgevity have come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners their new remix project, Sunday Brunch.
The project packs...
Back in 2009, Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y released a collaborative mixtape, entitled How Fly. Now, a few months short of four full years later, the herb-loving rap stars have released their long-overdue and supremely-delayed...
Years from now, when we talk about 12 Reasons to Die, we’ll talk about it as a Ghostface Killah album, and understandably so. Ghostface is the one with the Wu-Tang pedigree, the one with the multiple classic albums, the one...
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