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DMV, stand up!
An intoxicated glimpse into the life of women, weed and weather.
DMV trio together for Slim's new LP Life After Doubt.
There’s always been an unspoken kinship between Houston and DC Hip-Hop.
Navigating the thorny prospects of making a name for oneself in a region as packed with Hip-Hop talent as it’s ever been might be tough for Maryland native Phil Ade, but he is built for the task and pressing forward.
Phil Ade's got something like a love song on his hands with the new track "Xscape.
"Nas told me the world is yours, best believe I'm gone get what's mine.
Killa Kyleon makes authentic mixtapes.
After knocking doors down with his prior effort, The Otherside, Rockie Fresh returns with the flux-capacitor-friendly follow-up, Driving 88.
Asher Roth is joined by The Blended Babies and friends as he brings out his latest project, the Pabst & Jazz mixtape.
I'm not sure of the actual reason, but a lot of times these studio videos are more entertaining than those that aren't.
When you make a bomb ass dinner and don't finish it all, you don't throw it away; you have leftovers.
One of my favorite episodes of Everybody Hates Chris was when he made the wrestling team.
Convincing Mr. Blue Slide Park to burn anything other than Mary Jane was probably a daunting task but Phil Adé, the 301 representer, was successful in his efforts, giving the rap game something different for the moment.
"Suffering is nothing, no time huffing and puffing/You talk about hell, n*gga I grew up in the oven..." There isn't a person on Earth with the ability to convince me 400 Degreez was sub par. As one of my personal favorite LP's ever recorded, I admire when artists pay homage to the album and with Phil Adé's newest outing, he does just that. "Something Out Of Nothing" finds the DMV native bobbing and weaving his way through three impressive verses over Juve's classic "Ha." Scratch that. Adé bodies this. Point. Blank. Period. The hook is what it is, but focus more on the bars he strings together throughout. They're effortless and with each mp3 since last year's The Letterman (late to the party), I find myself becoming a bigger and bigger supporter.
Everyone has that one ex they wish things would have panned out differently with. It's life. What makes the situation even worse is seeing (or hearing) about that person with someone else. Talk about a wave of emotions. Last month, Sir Michael Rocks dropped his The Rocks Report mixtape with one of the records being the infidelity sparking, "Exing.