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Stream Pharoahe Monch PTSD:Stream Pharoahe Monch PTSD Pharoahe Monch liberates his new album called PTSD “Post Traumatic Stress Disorder”. With his highly-anticipated fourth solo-LP, “P.T.S.D.” (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Pharoahe Monch re-emerges with a new concept project which finds the ground-breaking emcee tackling Continue reading →
Wizdom Mriminthere x Who U Been Fuckin:Wizdom Mriminthere x Who U Been Fuckin This track rite here is for anyone that every started dating someone that you thought was cool. Then you find out there ex spoiled the shit out of them. So you have to Continue reading →
N.O.R.E., Troy Ave and Sho Ballotti x Powder Water:N.O.R.E., Troy Ave and Sho Ballotti x Powder Water N.O.R.E., Troy Ave and Sho Ballotti drop a dope video for ‘Powder Water’. This banger is off N.O.R.E.’s new tape ‘Noreaster’ dropping April 20th. Check it out yall. Hip Hop! Support Artist’s
Childish Gambino x Sweatpants video:Childish Gambino x Sweatpants video New music video from Childish Gambino. Check out “Sweatpants” below and feel free to share your thoughts. Support Artist’s
Phantogram x Fall in love remix New remix from Phantogram “Fall in love” featuring Mayer Hawthorne and 14KT. Check out below and get ready for their new album “The big knock” dropping June 17th. Support Artist’s
Lil Boosie embarrassed by his daughter’s instagram HOT 97 Lil Boosie sits and talks to the Morning Show about being in jail, his kids, and the future. Hip Hop! CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/12IN6vbHOT97: http://www.hot97.comTWITTER: https://twitter.com/HOT97FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/HOT97OFFICIAL Support Artist’s Spotted @ HOT 97
RASH Australian Graffiti Documentary RASH is a 2005 Australian documentary film, directed by Nicholas Hansen. Australia‘s graffiti artists who are making street art known. With the tagline ‘Scratch it and it spreads’, Rash explores the cultural value of unsanctioned public art Continue reading →