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London-based rapper JM7 drops a six-track EP titled Mojo.
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Philly undergrad, Korban Baxter, teams up with up-and-coming producer, HUES, for a 6-track EP.
Sacramento’s hard-hitter, Mozzy, returns with another soul-seeking scripture, further displaying the many hardships that stem from living a street-heavy lifestyle.
The Brooklyn rapper’s third album searches for importance as it tethers to the brass tracks, still firmly connected to the era that defines his career.
The punchline king returns with another self-reflective offering, further solidifying his position as a veteran in this new era of hip-hop.
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