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PaceWon feat. Tony Gore & QB Rap P – “Humanism” | @BigBobPattison @Pacewon @qbrapp @tonygore20 @dcypha

“This is no simple reform, it really is a revolution”

Social activist, Gloria Steinem presents the introduction to the new track “Humanism.”

Following the traditional style of storytelling that is ubiquitous to hip hop music, legendary underground outlier, Pacewon opens up the track.

Retrospective stories about his experience in the cut-throat music industry, using his seasoned and proficient flow to reveal the truth about what it takes to be a part of the hip hop culture. QB Rap P offers the fabled Queensbridge’s narrative, raw tales from North America’s largest housing projects and the perspective street values, affirmations broadcasted with an organic and dramatic flow. West Coast up and coming MC, Tony Gore relates his saga as a millennial in a modern society, going against the mainstream, with his skillful, allegorical flow to finish off this visionary track by ambitious and cutting edge hip hop producer, BigBob.

Staying loyal to his renowned style of dark, daunting sound and beats, BigBob incorporates an infectious bass line with stylized cuts and psychedelic sound effects with confidence, accomplished with Dcypha’s talented skills. BigBob’s latest production has proven his innovative sound is focused on reforming the ears of the youth, restoring the passion for real good hip hop music and revolutionizing the mainstream sound.

@BigBobPattison | @Pacewon | @qbrapp | @tonygore20 | @dcypha

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Philippe Prosper – “humanKIND” | @PhiLiPPEprosper

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Hip hop and martial arts have been dating for a while. It looks like a while back- they made it official with their ultimate love child, Philippe Prosper, who always believed that rap is a martial art.

Prosper is not only a lyricist, but also a former Southern Shaolin disciple under Grandmaster Yim and international fighting. To him rap and martial arts are synonymous thus the marriage of Shaolin and Hip hop. Within the short time span of his selective releases, his thought provoking raw lyricism, spiritual imagery, and dizzying rhyme patterns caused Amped Sounds’ “The Critic” to describe him as “possibly having one of the best rap flow of the last 10 years”.

If you are a fan of classic kung fu films and the craft of rap- this is your revival. Prosper embodies the insatiable determination that characterizes Shaolin martial arts. After casually getting his MBA, while being a christian coach-sharing Christ’s impact on his life, starting a company, caring for his temporarily bed ridden wife, and writing his mixtape, Philippe is finally ready to take the rap world like a hurricane, or rather like a “tornado …kick”.

Prosper, enters a lyrically volatile, confrontational exchange with God Himself about suffering and pain with “HumanKind.” The track touches on the controversial subjects of police brutality, corrupt police, racial profiling, human hypocrisy, drugs, murder, rape and swiftly turns the conversation inward to his own tendencies towards self destructive behavior, ultimately pointing the finger back at “HumanKind”, demolishing their claim to morality and kindness, masterfully pointing the finger at every one, including himself, who dares engage with this lyrically potent, rhyme heavy teacher.

“HumanKind” is off of Prosper’s upcoming project, Rap Is A Martial Art.


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LR Blitzkrieg feat. Mr. Live & U.G. – “In These Streets” | @LR_Blitzkrieg @therealug

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LR Blitzkrieg is back with visuals for his second single, “In These Streets,” featuring underground hip hop vets Mr.Live and U.G. (Cella Dwellas), who also produced the track.

The hard hitting track takes aim at today’s hip hop climate with the intent to kill. The video is a mad dash through the streets of Brooklyn as Blitz and his like minded MC friends chase “Lil” and “Yung” played by Qaasim and Khalil Middleton (of the group Juggernaut War Party, and of television’s The Get Down, The Naked Brothers Band and American Idol) to teach them a lesson in what real Hip-Hop is.

The video is directed by Soul Mazons Films and Blitzkrieg, himself.

@LR_Blitzkrieg | @therealug

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EYA – Nobody Else But You (@EverythingEya)

EYA, a rising pop star, model, and social media star from California, just dropped a new smash single, “Nobody Else But You”. EYA has a fast growing global fan base following the success of her first single “Dancing Alone Forever” which was produced by Taryl Jackson.

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Patrick Phanor & Monumental Films Go For Highlights With “Whatchu Saying Doe?!” Video

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Patrick Phanor and Monumental Films bring a masterpiece to life in Chinatown, New York with the new single “Whatchu Saying Doe?!” – lifted off the latest project titled Sorry, No Apologies. Listen in and give us your feedback below!