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    Opsy-Q - Criminality


    By Olisa Opeyemi Olumuyiwa, 2019-10-07
    Opsy-Q - Criminality

    https://soundcloud.com/opsyq/criminality

    Opeyemi Olisa better known by his stage name Opsy-Q, is a Nigerian rapper of Q-Entertainment Inc. He first received recognition with his debut single "80 Bars of Crimes". He was nominated for Best Rap Single for the 2016 Top Naija Music Awards.

    Following up with the success of Opsy-Q latest single release, he serves us the sizzling hot Single *Criminality* for this wonderful year.
    A great addition to anyone playlist or party pack

    The song was Produced by Emmie Tee for Q-Entertainment Inc.

    Posted in: Hip Hop

    Kid Will is coming outta Florida and putting his city on BLAST kid is ONLY 17 And can rap sing songwirte and produce we asked kid why is his worth ethic so hard and he said “ I work so hard because this is the career path I chose and I do everything to get there “

    https://soundcloud.com/kidwill

    Posted in: Hip Hop

    Black Page (video) -- Mas Windu


    By windu.raps, 2019-10-07
    Black Page (video) -- Mas Windu

    https://youtu.be/N_jZQGkfKUA

    My name is Mason Engel. I write science-fiction under my real name, and I rap under the name Mas Windu. I'm from Indiana but have lived in New York, London, and LA. Still choosing a place to settle down.

    Though I've been rapping for years (primarily a lyrical feel), "Black Page" is something of a debut track, introducing myself and talking about why I rap.

    Posted in: Hip Hop

    @dame_dilla Single/Video Release


    By Damon Groves, 2019-10-05
    @dame_dilla Single/Video Release

    Dame Dilla Biography Dame Dilla started rapping when he was 11- years old. He and His older brother would listen to Gangster Rap and Dame would mimic what he heard. He became good at mimicking these artists and began to write his own music. Dilla grew up in the Cabrini Green Housing Projects, one of the most infamous housing projects in the city of Chicago, along with his Mother and Six Siblings. In 1993, Dame Dilla and his family relocated to the Uptown Neighborhood on Chicago’s North side. The Uptown neighborhood was no different from the one he had known as a child. Like many other young black males in the community, Dame Dilla was enticed by the lures of the streets. Still an avid lyricist, his experiences in the streets influenced his music. Dame Dilla himself quotes,” I want to give what I feel is the unheard voice of the streets of Chicago…

    Posted in: Hip Hop

    Might! -949 nz


    By 949 nz, 2019-10-05

    talks about how people making moves while others just watch

    https://soundcloud.com/949-nz/might-949-nz

    Posted in: Hip Hop
     
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