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review

Mobb Deep - Black Cocaine EP

"Black Cocaine" soundly and efficiently serves its implicit purpose: to whet appetites until Hav and P drop their next long play.

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Army of the Pharoahs - The Unholy Terror

AOTP find themselves in this Old Reliable category. Led by Jedi Mind Tricks

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Rob Swift - The Architect

The Architect not only is Rob Swift's best work, it's a remarkable achievement of musicianship.

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DJ Babu - The Beat Tape Vol. 2

Babu's instrumental LP feels like an old-school cassette with a common thread; while listening to it, you can almost picture the smudged fingerprints on each side of the Maxell from being ushered around a high school cafeteria.

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Strong Arm Steady & Madlib - In Search Of Stoney Jackson

In Search of Stoney Jackson is a funky mission that lives up to lofty expectations. It

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Edan - Echo Party

Echo Party is a deejay

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Sean Price - Kimbo Price: The Prelude To Mic Tyson

Kimbo Price is easily a late addition in the mixtape-of-the-year conversation. It definitely accomplishes its objective: ramping up anticipation for the 2010 album release. Simply put, it

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Q-Tip - Kamaal The Abstract

Kamaal the Abstract is Tip

review

KRS-One & Buckshot - Survival Skills

While it may have been unintentional, KRS-One and Buckshot nonetheless have handed down a scathing indictment of today

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interview

DEMI DOC: Producing 101

<b>HHDX</b> Correspondent MikeV pops into <b>The Inc Records</b> and hollas at in house producer <b>DEMI DOC</b>

interview

Inspectah Deck...Icon

<b>Inspectah Deck</b> the infamous ninth member of the Wu-Tang clan, and now CEO of his new label, <b>Urban Icon Records</b> hollas at HHDX.

interview

Grinding in Harlem: P-MAJOR

<b>The Grind:</b> Whether you're a rapper, producer or indie label in Hip Hop everybody has to Grind to make the comeup.

interview

RON BROWZ: The Art Of The Beat

A good producer makes the right match with the artist, making sure the music and the artist make a good marriage.

interview

The Craft: The WIRE's Jamie Hector

At 22, Marlo a no-nonsense, gangsta has already established himself as a powerful drug lord.

interview

On The Rebound: Hooked

How many people get a second chance to make a dramatic turnaround in their life, and have it caught on film?

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