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Editor-In-Chief - Justin Ivey is the Editor-In-Chief at and has been with the site since 2009, when he began working as a summer intern. Born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Justin is a graduate of Louisiana State University. He has previously written for such outlets as Complex,, SoulCulture and The Well Versed and is currently a contributor at, Knockout Nation and DIG Baton Rouge.

Vandalyzm: Left


Vandalyzm is a fool for sampling the “Unforgiveable” guy at the beginning of this. Van is back at it with a short, but dope cut called “Left” to hold fans over as they wait for his LP. The St. Louis emcee is planning to release his new album The End All Be All this summer, so be on the lookout for more info ... Read More »

Rhymefest Raising Funds For New Album Violence Is Sexy


Chicago emcee Rhymefest is gearing up for the release of a new album called Violence Is Sexy and has linked up with Pledge Music to raise funds for the LP. There are a variety of packages available which can get you everything from a copy of the new album to a private concert at your house. Check out the full ... Read More »

MaLLy: The Colors Of Black


MaLLy continues to be generous with fans as he offers up his new album The Colors Of Black as a free download. The latest offering from the talented Minneapolis emcee showcases some of his best storytelling to date over the course of 12 cuts. If you’re digging the album, you can also support MaLLy monetarily as the project is available digitally ... Read More »

G-Side: Statue [prod by Block Beattaz]


G-Side’s been on a hot streak since they reunited and the duo is preparing to release their new album Gz II Godz. After releasing a few non-album cuts, ST 2 Lettaz & Clova offer up the first official single off the LP – “Statue” produced by the Block Beattaz. Read More »

Migamo + Money (C Plus & Mike Gao): Feel To Be Real


Northern Cali emcee C Plus and SoCal producer Mike Gao have joined forces to form the duo Migamo + Money. We’ve featured C Plus many times on the site before. And you might recognize Gao from his work with the Galapagos4 label or his performances at Low End Theory night if you’re familiar with the Los Angeles scene. Anyway, the two will be ... Read More »

People Under The Stairs: 1 Up Til Sun Up [Music Video]


People Under The Stairs are preparing to release their 9th studio album, 12 Step Program, next month and have unveiled this amazing music video for the lead single ’1 Up Til Sun Up” directed by Simon Vallejo. The track utilizes some prominent video game samples as Thes One & Double K trade raps in signature form. Thes One states this will be their first ... Read More »

Deniro Farrar: Bow Down (feat Denzel Curry) [Music Video]


While the two were at SXSW, Deniro Farrar and Denzel Curry shot this video for their collaboration “Bow Down” produced by D.K.A.D. Both of these talented emcees have new projects in the works as Deniro will be releasing the #ReBirth EP on May 20th and Denzel is currently working on a double EP titled Three Two Zel/Planet Shrums. Read More »

Zion I: Supreme [Music Video]


Zion I is back with some new visuals for the single “Supreme” which appeared on their Masters Of Ceremony EP that dropped earlier this year. Keep watch for Zumbi & Amp Live’s next EP titled Liberation, the second installment of the duo’s three-part series, which is due out on April 20th. Read More »

Young Gully: Lies [Music Video]


Young Gully is about to release a deluxe version of Hustle Movement 5 on April 8th and has unveiled some visuals for the track “Lies” off the project. You can pre-order the deluxe edition now on iTunes or download the original for free here if you haven’t done so already. Read More »

Win Tickets To Welcome To Dillaville Featuring Black Milk, Guilty Simpson & Slum Village


We’ve got another ticket giveaway for you courtesy of The SoundCLASH. We’ve got two tickets for anyone interested in attending the Welcome To Dillaville show next Friday (April 4th) at the Howlin’ Wolf in New Orleans. The show is a tribute to the legendary J Dilla and will feature performances by Black Milk, Guilty Simpson and Slum Village. Tickets cost $20-25, ... Read More »

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