Rick Ross: Mastermind
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Rick Ross: Mastermind

Rick Ross, the self-professed “biggest boss that you seen thus far” is now six albums…

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Schoolboy Q: Oxymoron
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Schoolboy Q: Oxymoron

Rap imprint Top Dawg Entertainment (not to be confused with Kid Rock’s Top Dog Records)…

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Rediscover: Odd Squad: Fadanuf Fa Erybody!!
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Rediscover: Odd Squad: Fadanuf Fa Erybody!!

Houston, Texas’ Rap-A-Lot Records is uniquely both highly respected and vastly underrated in the grand…

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The Disaster Artist: by Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell
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The Disaster Artist: by Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell

While video rental locations and midnight screenings at drive-In movie theaters are slowly becoming things…

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Prince Po and Oh No: Animal Serum
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Prince Po and Oh No: Animal Serum

The rap group, as we’ve come to know it, has been a largely dead concept…

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Heidecker and Wood: Some Things Never Stay the Same
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Heidecker and Wood: Some Things Never Stay the Same

It’s been 10 years since hilarious comedy innovator Tim Heidecker began having a nationwide platform…

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Various Artists: Purple Snow: Forecasting the Minneapolis Sound
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Various Artists: Purple Snow: Forecasting the Minneapolis Sound

A few months ago I was interviewing rap duo Buckwheat Groats when the topic of…

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Jonwayne: Rap Album One
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Jonwayne: Rap Album One

It’s always a treat when Los Angeles underground hip-hop label Stones Throw releases an album…

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Latyrx: The Second Album
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Latyrx: The Second Album

It’s been 16 years since California rap duo Latyrx dropped their landmark self-titled debut album.…

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Shad: Flying Colours
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Shad: Flying Colours

It would be easy to classify Ontario-based rapper Shad as one of the most exciting…

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