• R.H. BLESS-ALWAYS THERE (PROD. BY DJ KING FLOW)

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    New realness from our fam R.H. Bless. Respect the movement.

  • R.H. Bless feat. Sabotawj, Duss Smitto, and Fudge Dog- Mayhem

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    New absolute pure fire from our Block Exchange fam R.H. Bless. Respect game or expect flames.

  • Gensu Dean & Planet Asia – Bar Mitzvah

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    Gensu Dean & Planet Asia drop off some new visuals from “Abrasions” – this time it’s a “Bar Mitzvah”. PA spits fire over Dean’s unrelenting production.

  • Junclassic: NY Won’t Stop

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    junclassic taps director Diego A. Garcia to give us some visuals to the single “NY Won’t Stop”, the lead single off the album BLVD Backdrop available today on HiPNOTT Records. Produced by DJ Bazooka Joe with cuts by 2 Kool Tony, this track embodies the NY Hip Hop sound and gives listeners a full course offering of what to expect from BLVD Backdrop.

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    Undefined (feat. Little Vic & Peter Leo) – “Closed Caskets”

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    Underground beatsmith Undefined has been tailoring his craft for many years, lending his raw, gritty production to a bevy of underground mic technicians such as Army of the Pharaohs, JoJo Pellegrino, King Syze, El Gant Sabac Red, Big Lou and more. Earlier this week, the Long Island based producer unleashed his debut extended play release, Certified A-Side to the masses; a ten track offering which boasts features from the likes of Nature, Brown Bag AllStars, Nutso, Outerspace, Reef the Lost Cause and more. Among the tracklist boasts the Little Vic (“The Exorcist” prod. by DJ Premier) and Peter Leo assisted banger “Closed Caskets” which is now available in visual form. Have a look as both Long Island natives go line for line, bar for bar, and verse for verse using various rugged terrains as the back drop.

  • Tyler J. Grosso Presents: Oscar O’Malley – “PS 118″ (prod. by Moray Beats)

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    Just because Oscar O’Malley is the Stoned God, doesn’t mean he has a stone heart. This time around, O’Malley sets the mood over a more serene instrumental, produced by Moray Beats, as he goes back to a simpler, more idyllic time when he was “lovin’ this lover” of his. With each new single from Oscar, he reveals a new facet to his personality and “PS 118″ lets us know that he’s felt both they joys and pains of young love just like the rest of us.