clipping. – Visions Of Bodies Being Burned | Review
HHGA Staff on 10/23/2020

clipping. – Visions Of Bodies Being Burned | Review

From clipping.’s Bandcamp page: “In the horror genre, sequels are perfunctory. As the insufferable film bro Randy explains in Scream 2, “There are certain rules that one must abide by in order to create a successful sequel. Number one: the body count is always bigger. Number two: the death scenes ar

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A Tribe Called Quest “Electric Relaxation” (1993)
Daily Video on 10/22/2020

A Tribe Called Quest “Electric Relaxation” (1993)

“Electric Relaxation” is the second single from A Tribe Called Quest‘s third album Midnight Marauders.In a conversation with XXL, Phife Dawg revealed that the beat was created in his grandmother’s basement by Q-Tip:I just remember coming home from somewhere—my grandmother gave him a key, the whole n

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Benny The Butcher – Burden Of Proof | Review
HHGA Staff on 10/20/2020

Benny The Butcher – Burden Of Proof | Review

The Griselda work-ethic is incredible. But oversaturation is a thing, and Griselda is oversaturating the market right now – risking Griselda-fatigue with what feels like a new album, EP, mixtape, or prominent feature appearance every single week. That said: Benny The Butcher is Griselda’s least prol

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Homeboy Sandman – Don’t Feed The Monster | Review
HHGA Staff on 10/20/2020

Homeboy Sandman – Don’t Feed The Monster | Review

Don’t Feed The Monster is the tenth studio album by Queens, New York emcee Homeboy Sandman – his second one on the Mello Music Group label, following the short but sweet Dusty LP (2019). Homeboy Sandman is a well-respected underground emcee, who has been building an impressive body of work ever sinc

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Open Mike Eagle – Anime, Trauma & Divorce | Review
HHGA Staff on 10/20/2020

Open Mike Eagle – Anime, Trauma & Divorce | Review

“It’s October, and I’m tired.”Anime, Trauma & Divorce is Los Angeles artist Open Mike Eagle’s most personal project to date. The album details what Open Mike Eagle referred to as the worst year of his life. The album tackles a range of Mike’s struggles in life such as divorcing his wife, and the dis

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The Wrath Of Kane – Brooklyn’s Finest During Hip Hop’s Golden Age
Duane Lawton on 10/20/2020

The Wrath Of Kane – Brooklyn’s Finest During Hip Hop’s Golden Age

Lyrical Luminary is an essay series analyzing the artistry of legendary and underappreciated MCs in the history of Hip Hop. The Golden Age Era arguably produced more high-caliber MCs than any other era in Hip Hop history. With that said; there are levels to emceeing and while it seems like there’s a

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Run DMC ft Pete Rock & CL Smooth “Down With The King” (1993)
Daily Video on 10/20/2020

Run DMC ft Pete Rock & CL Smooth “Down With The King” (1993)

“Down with the King” was the second and final single from Run–D.M.C.‘s sixth studio album Down with the King. It featured Pete Rock & CL Smooth with Pete Rock producing the song.After three unsuccessful singles from the group’s previous album, “Down with the King” became Run-D.M.C.’s second-biggest

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KRS One “Sound Of The Police” (1993)
Daily Video on 10/12/2020

KRS One “Sound Of The Police” (1993)

“Sound of da Police” is the second and final single from KRS-One’s first solo album, Return of the Boom Bap. The song is produced by Showbiz from DITC.Sound Of The Police begins with KRS-One whooping twice to evoke a police siren (the “sound of the police”); this recurs several times throughout the

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Best Of Black Thought – The Features
DJ A-OK on 10/06/2020

Best Of Black Thought – The Features

These “Best Of Black Thought – The Features” Vol. 1 (1998-2010) & Vol. 2 (2011-2020) compilations offer 30 tracks with some of the best Black Thought feature appearances. The legendary Roots crew’s Black Thought is one of the best emcees in the game ever, so as a featured artist he usually kills it

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Eric B & Rakim “Know The Ledge” (1992)
Daily Video on 10/06/2020

Eric B & Rakim “Know The Ledge” (1992)

“Know the Ledge“, originally released on the soundtrack for the film Juice under the title “Juice (Know the Ledge)“, is a 1992 single released from Eric B. & Rakim.It was the theme song for the film and a single released from the duo’s 1992 album Don’t Sweat the Technique. The song features a distin

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