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10 Rappers Who Are Going to Blow Up in 2017

Posted by By Brendan V - DJ Booth on Sunday, March 12, 2017, In : Underground News 
Amine

Caroline, you divine.” That one of the most infectious hip-hop singles of 2016 traces it’s roots to the city of Portland, Oregon is as unexpected as the sheer fact that a Portland native is now poised to take the industry by storm. Aminé (pronounced “Uh-Mean-Aye”) is that artist, and “Caroline” is the Republic signee’s debut single. Released in March, “Caroline” has ridden it’s wave of bouncy funk to the tune of over 83 million streams on Spotify to date, while it’s ...


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True Hip Hop Music Lies Underground

Posted by By Calvin Ratana SunDial on Saturday, March 11, 2017, In : Underground News 

I beat the p*ssy up, up, up.

Hold on folks, what the hell? Did rapper LoveRance really say that he’s going to beat a vagina up? Oh yes he did. Folks, this is the state of the so called hip-hop industry today. I sadly announce that as of right now, hip-hop is malnourished and needs the love and attention that it once got.

Hip-hop has a rich history of being the voice of those who are disenfranchised. It was a way for many to express what it means to grow up, for lack of a better word, in the g...


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Booty Bassment at Whistle Stop Bar Brings back the Hip Hop

Posted by By Drew Halvorson - San Diego Entertainer on Saturday, March 11, 2017, In : Underground News 

Nights out on the town in San Diego are always full of excitement and fun, with eclectic and unique bars scattered all around the city. While you may have a usual routine for your nights off of work, we have some good evidence for you to switch up the weekends in the future. If you’re looking for a new experience from your usual Saturday night out, look no further than the Whistle Stop Bar in South Park.

Especially if you were a nineties kid, you definitely remember the heyday of hip hop mus...


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Nappy Roots Brings its Southern-Fried Hip-Hop to the Ready Room This Wednesday

Posted by Daniel Hill - River Front News on Saturday, March 11, 2017, In : Underground News 




Since forming in 1995, Bowling Green, Kentucky hip-hop act Nappy Roots has bounced around rap's underground, seemingly unable to live up to the promise of its early output (or, at least, to capitalize on that promise). It's no matter though: The classics are still classic. 2002's
Watermelon, Chicken & Gritz produced the group's most well-known singles, “Awnaw” and “Po' Folks,” while Nappy Roots was still signed to Atlantic Records. The album's followup, Wooden Leather, failed to attra...


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