Amanda Bassa

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    Review

    Review: Styles P's "G-Host" Sounds Exactly Like A Styles P Album Should

    HipHopDX rolls out the official Styles P G-Host album review.

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    Review

    Havoc & Alchemist - The Silent Partner Review

    HipHopDX rolls out the official Havoc & Alchemist The Silent Partner album review on Babygrande Records.

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    Review

    Flip Major - Ba$es Loaded

    HipHopDX rolls out the official Flip Major Bases Loaded review, the latest project from the California rapper.

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    Review

    Justiine - God, Save The Queen

    HipHopDX rolls out the official Justiine God, Save The Queen review.

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    Dej Loaf - All Jokes Aside

    HipHopDX reviews Dej Loaf's new mixtape-style album, All Jokes Aside, ahead of her studio debut album.

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    Interview

    Vinnie Paz On The Allure Of Death Metal, Why He Hates His Own Music

    The Jedi Mind Tricks emcee also confirms that he's working with Lord Finesse, Madlib and Oh No on his upcoming solo album.

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    Editorial

    Remembering Robert Alan "Pumpkinhead" Diaz

    Immortal Technique, Pack FM, Poison Pen and others recall the life and influence of Robert Alan “PH” Diaz, also known as Pumpkinhead.

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    News

    Jarobi White Launches "Tribe Taco Tuesdays" In Brooklyn

    In a HipHopDX exclusive, the A Tribe Called Quest member discusses his newest event series which is affiliated with his "Eats, Rhymes & Life."

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    Interview

    DJ Premier, Royce Da 5'9 And Adrian Younge Tell The Events Leading To "PRhyme;" Talks Production And Sampling

    Exclusive: Royce Da 5'9, and DJ Premier explain why they chose Adrian Younge samples, and discusses "PRhyme's" authenticity.

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    Interview

    T.I. Addresses Thriving After Incarceration, Diversifying & The "Paperwork" Trilogy

    Exclusive: We caught T.I. just before his on stage interview with Elliot Wilson, and the Hustle Gang chief revealed his growth as a man, and his "Paperwork" ambitions.

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    Editorial

    5 Things We Learned From T.I.s CRWN Interview With Elliott Wilson

    HipHopDX attended Elliott Wilson's CRWN series interview with Hustle Gang chief T.I. Here are five things to check for when the full episode drops.

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    Review

    PARTYNEXTDOOR - PARTYNEXTDOOR (Mixtape Review)

    With less falsetto and lower intensity, PARTYNEXTDOOR's style maintains similarities to both Drake and The Weeknd, yet he remains different.

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    Review

    Saigon - The Greatest Story Never Told 2: Bread and Circuses

    Saigon seems to sound most comfortable when he's pointing out the music industry's shortcomings or telling stories of life on the block.

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    Review

    Freeway - Freedom Of Speech (Mixtape Review)

    Freeway sounds most comfortable when the beat and the topic at hand run parallel to the natural aggressiveness that his voice commands.

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    News

    REKS Says Statik Selektah Is Godfather Of His Child, Talks "Straight, No Chaser"

    Exclusive: With their first collaborative full-length in stores this week, REKS explains the deep bond with he and Statik Selektah.

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    News

    Gunplay Talks "Cartoon & Cereal" Kendrick Lamar Collab, His Escort Service

    Exclusive: The Miami emcee says that a sophomore Triple C's album is ready when to release whenever, and how he hand-picked all the female staff for his forthcoming Apples & Onions escort service.

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    Review

    Z-Ro - Meth

    "Meth" is another album that will contribute to the legacy of that quintessentially Houston-area sound.

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    Review

    Cormega - Raw Forever

    "Raw Forever" is still worthy of a purchase from the Queensbridge emcee's many fans, but it may not be enough new material to leave them fully satisfied.

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    Review

    Kurupt Presents - The Academy

    Bringing together well-established Hip Hop legends with fresh faces in the scene from coast to coast, The Academy creates some unexpected combinations.

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    Review

    Cam'ron & Vado - Boss Of All Bosses 2.8 (Mixtape Review)

    What really sets "2.8” back, though, is the overwhelming presence of the second string emcees and singers that affiliate with Cam'ron and Vado.

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