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911 Is A Joke: Top 10 F*** The Police Anthems
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New Music: Mick Jenkins – “11”
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Have you been fiending some new Mick Jenkins? Yeah, we have been too. Following his breakout mixtape The Water[s] from earlier this year Jenkins has been relatively quiet. Sure, he's dropped some dope features here and there as well as various loosies (including the very good "Fate") but we've been craving some solo Jenkins material. But it looks like today we're receiving a treat in "11" a new solo Mick Jenkins cut. Produced by NIFDproductions, the powerful track is named after the amount of times Staten Island native Eric Garner said "I can't breathe" before his untimely death at the hands of police officers. Listen to Mick Jenkins' "11" after the jump.
New Music: Stream OG Maco’s New BREATHE EP
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OG Maco, the New Atlanta rapper who is perhaps best known for his viral smash "U Guessed It" from earlier this year, has just released his BREATHE EP, the followup to his aggressive and uncompromising OG Maco EP. The BREATHE EP drastically differs from Maco's previous aforementioned music in that it finds Maco rapping with a clear mind, on civil rights issues in America right now (those being the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, respectively.) The three tracks "Get Down," "Do Better," and "Riot" are undoubtedly OG Maco's most introspective moments in his short catalog and it's refreshing to hear a quintessential "trap rapper" attempt something different for a change. Stream OG Maco's three track BREATHE EP after the jump.
Video: Wu-Tang Clan – “A Better Tomorrow”
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Wu-Tang Clan get all political and topical with their music video for "A Better Tomorrow" the title track from their new album, which you can stream in full right here. For "A Better Tomorrow," the Clan utilizes scenes of protesters in Ferguson and New York reacting to the deaths of Mike Brown and Eric Garner, respectively. In addition the visuals include President Barack Obama's reaction to the events. It closes with a list of people who were reportedly killed by police. Peep the visuals for Wu-Tang Clan's "A Better Tomorrow" after the jump.
Hip-Hop Reacts: Rappers Share Their Thoughts on the Ferguson Grand Jury Decision
9 years ago 7,355,700
The Ferguson grand jury decision to not indict Officer Darren Wilson in the August death of Michael Brown, the unarmed teenager who was shot and killed after an encounter with police, has sent shockwaves across the world. Many of those whom have ties to the hip-hop community were extremely upset and took to the internet to share their grievances, questioning when justice will be served. Everyone from T.I. to El-P to Lord Jamar sounded off, letting their voice be heard. Azealia Banks was perhaps the most controversial in her remarks regarding the Ferguson grand jury decision, lambasting the decision by writing "I might have to kill one of these crackers in their sleep !!" in addition to other inflammatory statements. Check out what rappers had to say on the Ferguson grand jury after the jump.
Video: Killer Mike on Ferguson Grand Jury: “It Is Us Against the Motherf**king Machine”
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Last night, a grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri came to a sudden halt when they decided to not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the August death of Michael Brown, the unarmed teenager who was shot and killed after an encounter with police. Protesters in Ferguson and across the country expressed outrage at the decision. It was soon after the saddening decision that Run the Jewels (Killer Mike and El-P) performed in St. Louis, just a few miles from Ferguson. Killer Mike, who is noted for his outspoken views toward law enforcement, delivered an emotional speech in which he blasted the country's "war machine," offered support to Brown's family and the protesters, and even expressed fear for his own two sons. Watch the full video after the jump.
New Music: Common – “Kingdom” (Remix) Feat. Vince Staples and Jay Electronica
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Both Vince Staples and Jay Electronica gave Common a helping hand during his AAHH! festival performance over the weekend and today Common delivers a remix of "Kingdom" featuring the two rappers. The original, which appears on Common's excellent Nobody's Smiling album, gets a nice boost of energy from the youthful Vince Staples and a solid verse from Jay Electronica. The track is said to be performed live at the BET Hip-Hop Awards on Oct. 14th during a tribute to the late Mike Brown. After the jump.
Video: Rick Ross “911”
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