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AUDIO: La’Dra Cams – “90’s Babies”

In a sea of rappers that lack substance, 19 year old La’Dra Cams stands out as a fighter for true hip hop. On his latest single, “90’s Babies”, he shows things from a different perspective of a generational stereotype. To couple with a sound reminiscent of Mobb Deep and Nas, La’Dra also brings the bars on this one. With this

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AUDIO: Taiyamo Denku – “TakeOverDrive”

Taiyamo Denku releases music so often that it’s almost hard to keep up with it all. With his backpack style, he’s often relentless on the mic, and that comes out in both his lyrics and his delivery. Denku has an appreciation for the craft of hip hop, which he often points out in his verses to artists that don’t have

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AUDIO: Alexzander – “Kung Lao” Freestyle (Premiere)

Milwaukee emcee Alexzander is debuting some new music for us today, with the release of his “Kung Lao” Freestyle. With a smooth, jazzy beat from Birocratic as his backdrop, he kicks some lyrical flow with ease, bouncing from metaphor to metaphor. With slick lines abound, this is definitely a track to add to any playlist, and you’ll probably have to

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AUDIO: Super Fresh Bros. Featuring G-B.A.L.L and KaRon Burgandy – “The World is Ours” (Premiere)

We’re more than excited to premiere a new track from Super Fresh Bros., this time accompanied by fellow Chicago natives G-B.A.L.L. & KaRon Burgandy. The track, “The World Is Ours”, features a sample of the Nas classic, flipped and dropped into a smooth beat from frequent collaborator Hooligan. While SFB normally opt for more glitchy, trap style beats, this track

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Milwaukee Artist of the Week – 11/22/13 – Blax

Are you a Milwaukee musician/band? You can submit your music to be the Milwaukee Artist of the Week by emailing links to info@BreakingAndEntering.net. We’ll check out every submission we get! This week’s Milwaukee Artist of the Week is Blax, a Brooklyn transplant by way of Milwaukee, with talent that isn’t talked about enough in his hometown. With his latest release,

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