TRACKLISTS

Tracklistings: Action Bronson + Harry Fraud’s ‘Saaab Stories’

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If any album cover had the potential to match the content within, Action Bronson's Saaab Stories would be that one.

Style

“Free Max B” Raglan Tees

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Put some money on Biggaveli's books for the holidays and beyond.

Tom Gould

David Dallas Feat. Buckshot – “Ain’t Coming Down” Video

It's always a great feeling when you're welcomed with open arms into your new environment.

Well Done

Action Bronson & Statik Selektah – “Not Enough Words” Video

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With Well Done’s release date peeking over the horizon, Action Bronson and Statik Selektah let loose the video for “Not Enough Words.” It’s my favorite joint that’s leaked off the album so far - not just because Bronson’s ridiculous with the pen, because he is, but because there’s a little of the man behind the words in this track.

Tom Gould

David Dallas – “Start Lookin Round” Video

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To commemorate the arrival of international Hip-Hop product to North American shores, directors Tom Gould and Alexander Richter give David Dallas' New Zealand sense of vision a New Yorker's varnish for the "Start Lookin' Round" video.

Tom Gould

Action Bronson – “Brunch” Video

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Action Bronson’s version of “Brunch” doesn’t involve eggs and orange juice.

Tom Gould

David Dallas – “Life Is…” Video

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After already stating how much I love David on "Life Is...," I think I like the video for the track even more and credit's due to Duck Down.

Tom Gould

Action Bronson – “Barry Horowitz” Video

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Hip-Hop and wrestling have had a unique, varied relationship in the past, from Curt Hennig's oh-so-eloquent "Rap Is Crap" - a reaction to Master P's presence in WCW, a partnership best forgotten by the world - to Three 6 Mafia creating a new theme song for Mark Henry a few years back, to the mental pastures of our own David D.

Sean Price

Sean Price Feat. Roc Marciano & Meyhem Lauren – “How The Gods Chill”

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Photo: Alexander Richter While we wait for little Shaun P to pick up the mic and secure the future of rap, father Sean P will continue to hold things down quite nice.


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