• Calling All MCs: The Ron Browz Cypher Presented By WeGoinIN and HipHopGame

    Ron Browz - The WeGoinIN and HipHopGame Cypher

    Ron Browz - The WeGoinIN and HipHopGame Cypher

    Ron Browz is helping us out with the next cypher. Spit your hottest 16 bars over his beat, posted above and downloadable, and send us the two-track and the acapella, and if chosen by Browz and the WeGoinIN team, expect to hear your hot hellfire verse officially on the beat, along with other MCs who have earned that spot.

    Download here:

    Here’s the nitty gritty:

    1) Download the beat
    2) Spit flames (16 bars)
    3) Send the two track and acapella to profilewild@gmail.com by September 25
    4) Do this by September 25
    5) Did we mention a September 25 deadline?
    6) Look for the official cypher, produced by Ron Browz, to drop by the end of September.

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    iHipHop Reveals A3C Volume 5; Shares Cover and Opens Submissions via Bandcamp


    After the overwhelming success of A3C Volume 4, the A3C Hip-Hop Festival has renewed its partnership with iHipHop Distribution to bring a diverse array of new hip-hop to fans across the globe with A3C Volume 5.

    In the spirit of discovery, A3C and iHipHop Distribution have opened their doors to accept submissions from artists and producers across the globe. You may submit your music for A3C Volume 5 here.

    Read more after the jump!


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    Sad News: PH (Pumpkinhead) Passes Away

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    We’ll update as more details come in, but we are deeply saddened to learn that legendary MC and all-around great human being PH has passed away. The world has lost a talented artist.

  • Parfum pas cher pour femme

    Que ce soit pour la fête des mères, la Saint Valentin ou Noël, les parfums sont, d’après un sondage IFOP, le cadeau le plus offert. Il est difficile de s’y retrouver dans la jungle des parfums pour femme, en effet toutes les marques de vêtements et prêt à porter ont leurs propres gammes de parfums. Il n’y a qu’à voir Lancôme avec La Vie est Belle ou Guerlain avec La Petite Robe Noire pour s’apercevoir à  quel point la guerre du marketing est lancée. Les marques rivalisent d’inventivité et multiplient les spot de pubs. Les consommateurs quant à eux recherchent un parfum pas cher qu’ils peuvent trouver en boutique ou encore à des prix plus attractifs sur internet.

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    R.I.P. J-Arch


    Hip-hop lost a talented, charismatic, and amazing voice yesterday in the untimely passing of J-Arch. #RebelArmz



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    Run the Jewels Concert Review


    I still remember copping the Outkast Greatest Hits in high school and going straight to “The Whole World” and losing my mind. Dre and Big Boi murked their verses until Killer Mike came on and did to them what Freeway did to Jay and Beans on “1-900 Hustler.” “Playa, I grind/My focus is crime/Raw with the rhyme/Slick with the slime” is all it took for me to ride with Killer Mike through whatever (except that “A.D.I.D.A.S.”). I can even remember his jaw-dropping performance at Smoking Grooves in ‘02 when Outkast started “The Whole World” and no one knew if Killer Mike had got on the bus or they were just going to skip through his verse and just when it looked like they’d left him in the ATL, he comes barrelling out from backstage with the mic in hand, tearing through his verse with a sense of urgency like his life depended on it.

    And shit, I’m from the ‘burbs. Of course I came up on Co Flow and Funcrusher Plus. I can’t even get started on Can Ox and Cold Vein. Def Jux will forever have a special place in my heart.

    I love hip-hop. Always have. Not many writers out there have a decade-plus in the game and in that decade I’ve been to a lot of shows. Some really great ones, and some that I’m still trying to block from memory like those girls with that cup shit. And it’s not always the artists that are the problem. Sometimes they definitely are, but it’s usually the forgettable opening acts. Sometimes it’s the fans, like that one dude in front of me at an Immortal Technique show headnodding and pumping his fist to “Dance with the Devil.” Dude like that probably gets hype watching Titanic. But I also didn’t rush to get to the venue. Had some more important things going on, like my three year-old not being able to sleep. By the time I got to the spot, I’d missed the Despot performance, which was supposedly dope, but I caught RATKING, more limited by their acoustics than anything else.

    Black dude walks on stage to help set up after Ratking. He’s stocky. Crowd thinks he’s Killer Mike. They cheer. Oops.