For Those Who Can't Sleep On Hip Hop

A1 & Street Katz present Rocko’s “Expect The Unexpected” Mixtape, featuring the artist’s buzzed about new joint “Night-N-Day.” Check it out…

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If you don’t know Pharoahe Monch is a Hip Hop veteran, ask someone from an era that appreciated depth in their beats and rhymes. His entry into the music industry stems from the late ’80s when he began making music in New York City. During the early ’90s, his powerhouse crew, Organized Konfusion, with partner in rhyme Prince Po dropped a string of albums that were considered potent boom bap laced gems by fans of lyricism and intricate production powered through the art of beat digging. Organized Konfusion was one of the most underrated groups of the ’90s. During the latter part of that decade, once again, he delivered a stellar album that included a monster single that ripped through radio- “Simon Says.”

Here we are a quarter of a century after his foray into music, and Pharoahe Monch continues to prove that his dedication to the art of Hip Hop is unrelenting. His latest album, “Lost in Translation,” features a who’s who of soulful giants and amazing production. Salute to a Hip Hop giant and his pursuit of quality in a genre that more and more is oozing mediocrity.

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Boaz has been bringing serious heat on the freestyle tip. Now Cook Tha Monster & Ghazi join Boaz for his latest joint. Check out “10 Bands.”

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Rich Beatz produced this new banger for Juneyouare. Check out the emcee’s latest joint called “Kool Aid.” Bonus: For a little refresher course on the lyricist’s skills we also threw in an oldie but goodie – “Pound Cake.”

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Gipp & Eric Benet team up for a funk-infused joint called “Beautiful Lover”….Hey, we love it! Gipp’s “Zagga” album is coming soon….

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