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From 1992 to 2015, Royce Da 5’9″ and DJ Premier flash back to the golden age in their new video “PRhyme Time.” The PRhyme duo pays homage to the ’90s during a studio session before coming back to reality, where Royce takes a break to catch up with sneaker aficionado Mayor for a test drive in a sleek modern sports car.

The visual also serves as an ad to promote Filas new T1-Mid sneaker, coming to retailers soon. PRhyme’s self-titled LP is available now on iTunes and can be streamed here. Their 24-city North American tour kicks off February 18 in Baltimore, MD.

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“I could’ve signed to G-Unit in ’05 or ’06,” Fabolous revealed in his interview with Ebro In The AM when discussing his new deal with Roc Nation Management. The Brooklyn rapper says he had to make numerous career-altering decisions throughout the years, and his move to the Roc was no different. While talking to HOT97, Fabo discussed partnering up with Hov’s company, The OG Project , not always getting credit for his contributions to NYC hip-hop and more.

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warm-brew

Serk Spliff, Manu Li, Ray Wright aka Warm Brew take one helluva a crazy trip in their latest visuals for “Can Ya Blame?” Caught up in three different scenarios, each member of the group deals with demons of an abnormal kind. This motion picture was directed by Topshelf Junior.

Warm Brew’s Ghetto Beach Boyz album drops on January 13th.

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After exploring the impoverished neighborhoods of Chicago, Noisey is set to bring the world into the underworld of Atlanta. Starring familiar rap faces like Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, Future, Migos, Young Thug, Trinidad James, Rich Homie Quan, Young Scooter, Waka Flocka, PeeWee Longway and more, Noisey gives us an uncensored tour of the ATL slums. With a focus on the drugs, trap houses, gangs, problems, and solutions behind one of hip-hop’s most successful states in recent years, Noisey aims to shed light on the community’s harsh realities.

Part 1 drops on January 13th.

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mary

“I needed a change,” Mary J. Blig tells HOT97 about her new album The London Sessions. “I was beginning to feel like I was stuck and things were just stagnant for me.” Admittedly, the Queen of hip-hop soul actually says he was growing tired of the title and wanted to create a new sound completely. In her latest interview, MJB opens up to Ebro and Laura about her evolution.

“I knew people would accept me regardless if I put out another R&B album out but that wouldn’t have satisfied me,” Mary continues. “I needed to go do something different and when I discovered Disclosure, ‘I was like that’s it!’.

Stream Mary’s The London Sessions right here.

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As many as 60,000 people gathered in the streets of New York City on Saturday (December 13) in support of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, two cases that have come to epitomize the racial injustice that has forever existed in the American judicial system. With cameras handy, REVOLT managed to pick out two of hip-hop’s most recognizable faces — Nas and Russell Simmons — in the massive crowd.

“This is beautiful, man,” Nas said. “We need justice, that’s why we here.” Russell, meanwhile, was hopeful that a change will soon come: “It’s the culmination and beginning of — at the same time — a lot of hard work and the beginning of a shift, and I know for sure that there’ll be a change in the way the police police the police.”

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Give it up to Australian radio station Triple J for getting 40 artists together for one commercial. They’re about to launch a year-end Hottest 100 countdown and courted people like Lorde, Disclosure, Alt-J, Skrillex, Diplo Ben Folds, First Ait Kit, Reggie Watts, Flume, Rick Astley and more. The question is can this huge group create one song?

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tink

With the musical guidance of Timbaland shaping her songs in the right direction, Tink returns with a new flick for “Around The Clock” — a track where the rapper/singer shows her collano with Hov was no accident.

“I get a kick out of doing business and living life/you get a kick out of fucking bitches with hella likes/We in different state of mind”

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dave-east

With a violin driven beat directing his vocals, Dave East pairs his Black Roses track with a new video. Masked up with visions of the crown, the Harlem spitta puts it all on the line and definitely isn’t afraid to “Let It Go.”

Stream Dave’s latest mixtape release here.

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DJ Kay Slay’s final album Rhyme or Die is still on the way. For the single’s video “Don’t Do It,” The Drama King hits the streets with Fat Joe, French Montana, and singer-songwriter Rico Love. Premiered by InFlexWeTrust, go along for the ride with Kay Slay, Joe Crack, Montana, and Mr. Turn the Lights On below.

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