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Pivot Gang "Mortal Kombat"

Pivot Gang have dropped a new Contact directed video for their track “Mortal Kombat” from their debut album, You Can’t Sit With Us.

The song and video both feature a special appearance from the talented Little Rock emcee Kari Faux.

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ChaseTheMoney "On The Way" with Valee and Z Money

St. Louis emcee ChaseTheMoney enlisted two of Chicago’s finest, Valee and Z Money, on his latest single “On The Way”.

Valee will be dropping his latest EP, Runnin’ Rich, which will feature Vic Mensa, King Louis, and G Herbo, in the coming weeks. He will also be performing at Pitchfork Music Festival on July 19th.

Z Money recently released a new mixtape called “Shawty Paid” which features contributions from Key Glock, Young Mai, Gucci Mane and Hoodrich Pablo Juan.

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Dav Paris "Lost"

Dav Paris has released his debut EP, “Lost”. Despite focusing on the traditional Hip Hop tropes of women, parties, drinking, and drugs, Paris pulls through with interesting beats and a flow that rivals most.

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New Zilla Rocca LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Wrecking Crew member Zilla Rocca rewinds it back to Allen Iverson’s rookie campaign with his new album 96 Mentality. With smooth/grimy grooves, the Philly emcee/producer exudes confidence and wit through interconnected, layered storytelling. Reminiscing while remaining in the present, the tracks capture an up close & personal, street-level sound, with a dramatic, cinematic edge. The LP also features collaborative efforts with Curly Castro, YIKES the ZERO, PremRock, Vic Spencer, and many others.

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Kwaku drops truth bombs in new single "Ties"

Kwaku’s devilish flow kills pretenders with high precision in his new single “Ties.” The Boston-based rapper is ruthless in his calling out of opportunists and lukewarm supporters, blasting them to smithereens with street probity and a booming low end. Kwaku rides the beat with style, not needing speed to break necks and blow minds, his words penetrate his targets like flaming daggers. “Ties” is the second single released by the hip-hop artist in two months, showing his intent to stay busy through the summer and get some truths out in the process. Kwaku recently showcased his style at O’Brien’s Pub and now looks poised to excite with new material at his next gig. Check out “Ties” for your daily dose of reality. - Rene Cobar

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