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AUDIO: Larry Bull – “Legend in the Making”

Hip hop artist Larry Bull dropped a new record for his birthday, dedicated to his late father. The battle rapper opens with his soft side, sharing why the world needs more love. Beefs go nowhere and people could get taken from us at any moment, so we might as well live through love and not fear; this continues on “Corner

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Hip hop artist Phif has a new EP out. Featuring five tracks, the rapper confronts the harsh contrast of pain and love here. From dealing with past demons in “5AM Stretch” to struggling with a failing relationship in “On My Own” to being in a funk in “Never Know,” he lays his troubles out all at once but remains composed

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AUDIO: Camb – “Everything Must Go”

Hip hop artist Camb finally has his long-awaited album “Everything Must Go” out today. Spanning eighteen tracks, the eclectic rapper-singer is putting the energy he needs out into the world while leaving the toxic bullshit permanently behind. He touches on every aspect; what he needs for his career, in a woman, and out of his friends. One of the most

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AUDIO: Dassolo – “Pieceofmind”

Hip hop artist Dassolo is out with his long-anticipated debut album. A central theme of this body of work is the role that turning up has for Solo; the world is a complicated and pressurized place where you constantly question your worth, so drinking and making music is what helps him make sense of it. This is expanded upon in

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VIDEO: Mo’City FT. Holly Mae – “Love Me”

Hip hop artist Mo’City has a new video out, shot by Gonzales Visuals. It’s the third video from his wonderful “Benchwarmers” project; “Love Me” is about being infatuated with someone you don’t feel worthy of. Kadera Jackson stars as the girl in this provocative scene; she does her makeup and sips wine as Mo has to kick his friends out.

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AUDIO: Tru West – “From the Ashes, We Rise”

Tru West has crafted a new album as part of her Artist Fellowship with Leaders Igniting Transformation. Each track features different verses from different artists in Milwaukee’s enriched hip hop scene. Opening with a poem from Unique Russ, the project as a whole celebrates Black joy, Black liberation, Black culture, and Black self-determination – songs like “Bronzeville” and “Liberation Over

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