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Kanye Gives Tutorial on How NOT to Release an Album

Kanye Gives Tutorial on How NOT to Release an Album

Eli Jace February 24, 2016 Comments Off on Kanye Gives Tutorial on How NOT to Release an Album

  Over the years, since appearing in a pink Polo and a backpack with sunglasses like shutter blinds, Kanye West has taught us all a lot about where hip-hop can go and what fame

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Top 7 Songs of 2015 So Far

Top 7 Songs of 2015 So Far

Conor Davies March 17, 2015 Comments Off on Top 7 Songs of 2015 So Far

As a three months for music, 2015 has contributed lots to the zeitgeist; between Kanye ‘jokingly’ attempting to take Beck’s Grammy from him, to Kanye’s Brit Awards performance being heavily censored and Kanye’s…you get

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6 Most Anticipated Music Releases of 2014 (July-December)

6 Most Anticipated Music Releases of 2014 (July-December)

Conor Davies January 11, 2014 Comments Off on 6 Most Anticipated Music Releases of 2014 (July-December)

Here’s the second chapter in a look at 2014’s releases… Lana Del Rey Yet another ‘marmite’ artist, the jury is still out for me on Lana del Rey. I do find her voice amazing

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The 12 Greatest Releases of Music in the Year 2013

The 12 Greatest Releases of Music in the Year 2013

Eli Jace December 8, 2013 Comments Off on The 12 Greatest Releases of Music in the Year 2013

#12 Amok  by Atoms For Peace Thom Yorke’s out-of-thin-air “Supergroup” finally gives us a stamped-and-sealed debut album of new material from the brains and spinal cords of Flea, Nigel Godrich,  Joey Waronker and Mauro Refosco. Amok

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Why Yeezus Is Not Worth The Hype

Why Yeezus Is Not Worth The Hype

James Moore June 20, 2013 Comments Off on Why Yeezus Is Not Worth The Hype

Kanye West, it seems, is just behind Daft Punk in terms of complete world domination and endless hype (I don’t think I’ve seen anyone infiltrate as many markets as Daft Punk on their recent

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Montana Maxx: Detroit’s Dirtworker

Montana Maxx: Detroit’s Dirtworker

Eli Jace May 28, 2013 Comments Off on Montana Maxx: Detroit’s Dirtworker

On “City Of Gods,” off the mixtape, KingMi, from Montana Maxx (or Mt. Maxx), the Detroit rapper explains, “I’m from a city where it’s god this and god that / but when we hungry

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New Hip Hop from Tha Sleepwalkers “Sub-Conscience”

James Moore April 3, 2012 Comments Off on New Hip Hop from Tha Sleepwalkers “Sub-Conscience”

For one of the most innovate and infectious hip hop tracks you’re likely to hear all year, check out “Sub-Conscience” by Tha Sleep Walkers, with it’s hypnotic Eastern samples and sparse, well-thought out rhymes.

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Exclusive interview with nerdcore indie rapper MC Sykosis

James Moore January 27, 2012 Comments Off on Exclusive interview with nerdcore indie rapper MC Sykosis

Today we have an exclusive interview with MC Sykosis. Welcome to Independent Music Promotions. I liked both your delivery and the production, which seems to cover a bunch of electronic and bass/hip hop genres.

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