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N.W.A. inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

NEW YORK (AP) — N.W.A. entered the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Friday, with the groundbreaking quintet that reflected the rough streets of Los Angeles in a style known as gangster rap defiantly refuting those who suggested rappers didn’t belong in the institution. They joined the rock hall in a ceremony at Brooklyn’s Barclays…

via N.W.A. inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame — theGrio




I grew up on hip hop. Older cousins played Run DMC and Rakim; mother was bumping Sugar hill gang. Father lived in the Bronx where I stayed every summer and saw breakdancing on cardboard, graffiti murals, rap battles. I rushed home to watch Video Music Box and as I got older stayed up late to hear Stretch and Bobbito. Hip hop is one of my loves, much like Badu’s “Love of my life” song. Yet like love affairs and like Common’s “I used to love H.E.R” there have been some valleys in my love affair with hip hop that have been revisited with the Straight Outta Compton movie.

Rap doesn’t love me. Hip Hop neither. The me of whom I speak is ladies/women. It’s not rap’s fault. It’s a creation within a system/country/world that doesn’t value women so of course it would have those tendencies. However it is…

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Yasiin Bey Just Put Out A Call To Battle Any Rapper On The Planet

Article BY ZO

Earlier this week, Yasiin Bey made his standup debut in Montreal, taking jabs at the Meek/Drake spectacle and really, the rap-beef charade at large. And today, a video has surfaced in which the artist formerly known as Mos Def literally challenges the world of rap to a battle with not one, but a three-man wrecking crew, comprised our very own Black Thought, Charm City stunner King Los and himself, of course. In the minute-plus clip, Bey (sorting through a grip of high-fashion eyewear) claims that he and his motley crew would take on any competitor in a battle of words, championing the live and direct approach to oneupmanship, harking back to the days of the cypher instead of the today’s Twittersphere takedowns and half-baked diss-tracks. And, personally, I don’t think I’d mind the show, specially if it were to be broadcast PPV-style across the weird and wild web, putting your boy back on the map and giving some well-earned shine to some of the game’s most underrated MCs. Nothing of that sort has officially been announced just yet, but at least a few microphone fiends have already heeded the call:

Yasiin Bey Just Put Out A Call To Battle Any Rapper On The Planet

Watch as Yasiin Bey challenges the rap game to a duel below.


Wow ! Dr Dre “Compton” The Soundtrack Full Album Track listing & 1st Impressions – Proceeds Donated


Review by: Dr Dre Ft Eminem , Kendrick Lamar , Snoop Dog Yes yes yes ! “Compton” The Soundtrack Full Album Track listing & 1st Impressions – All Proceeds Donated !!! @kasuwell review 

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Performances by
Immortal Technique 
Pharoahe Monch
Jean Grae
Sean Price
Rockness Monstah
Smif N Wessun

The Plague (Hydra, Tonedeff, PackFM, Substantial, Poison Pen, Bad Seed, ArchRival, MrMecc, DJ DP One)
Team Homi
Mr. Metaphor
(Brooklyn Academy)
UG (CellaDwellas)
Shabaam Sahdeeq
The Arsonists
(Mazzi & Paze)
(End of the Weak)
Thirsten Howl 3rd
(Lo Lifes/Love & Loyalty)
DP One (Turntable Anihilists)
John Robinson
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Duck Down Music and Boot Camp Clik Summerstage 2014

On June 10th, 2014, Duck Down Music and Boot Camp Clik kicked off summer with a free neighborhood BBQ featuring special performances by Buckshot, Smif N Wessun, Sean Price & Rock of Heltah Skeltah, Masta Ace, CJ Fly of Pro Era & more!

Duck Down Music is an 18-year old independent music label based in NY, NY, co-founded by Dru Ha & Buckshot. The company has sold over 3.5 million records. Over the last few years, they’ve released titles from the likes of Sean Price, Talib Kweli, Statik Selektah, 9th Wonder & Buckshot, Pete Rock & Smif N Wessun, Skyzoo & Pharoahe Monch.

Photography by Tyrone Z. McCants / @ZirePhotos

On October 8, 2015, Brooklyn’s own, Sean Price of Heltah Skeltah passed away. He is survived by a wife and 3 children. He is also survived by his verbal diversity that gained him fans from all spectrums of the hip-hop world were he is also known as Ruck, Sean P, Scagnetti, TheGrimeyBootMan, DecepticonSean, MegaSean, TallSean, P-Body, MasterP, P , PyrexPotSean, KimboPrice, MicTyson, SeanDaBarbarian, SeanPriceAlpha, ImperiusRex, Niggelitus with 22 album releases, 127 appearances and over 320 artist credits. His lyrical contribution to hip-hop is compared to none.
Support the Duck Down family, his family and the culture of hip-hop by keeping his music and legacy alive. Go get the Sean Price “Planet Apes” Audio + ‘Songs In The Key Of Price’ Mixtape Bundles.

Planet Apes Mixtape

New music from Sean Price off his upcoming mixtape, ‘Songs In The Key Of Price,’ out August 21st. Track produced by PF Cuttin.

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Songs In The Key of Price bundle packages available at The bundle includes: 

Includes Songs In The Key of Price CD + digital MP3 download, Sean Price ‘Key’ bottle opener, P! socks, Songs In The Key of Price T-shirt, and RIP! T-shirt.

The first 100 orders will receive an autographed copy of the Songs in The Key of Price CD.

The God Emcee – Rakim moves the crowd in Red Hook, Brooklyn

The City Parks Foundation, in associated with MoCADA’s Soul of Brooklyn Initiative. Rakim and The Lyricist Lounge @ Summerstage Red Hook Brooklyn

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