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The 10 Best Albums of 2012 (So Far)

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The best albums from 2012 so far, including Japandroids, Killer Mike, and Fiona Apple.


Loosies: FKi & Iggy Azalea Get Lucky, Kirko Bangz Is Screwed & ¡MAYDAY! Returns For War

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While they already party harder than the '86 Beastie Boys, the <a href="">FKi</a> clan have linked up with Diplo and you already know the citations have already been filled out by the Atlanta police department for disorderly conduct.


Reks – “Autographs”

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For <a href="">Reks'</a> next act, he's dipping into the vault of frequent cohort <a href="">Statik Selektah</a> to release Straight, No Chaser.

1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology)

1982 Feat. Reks – “Play Your Role” Video


Between collaborations with Freddie Gibbs and Action Bronson and putting out his own album, Statik Selektah had a fairly busy 2011.

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Video: Statik Selektah’s “Population Control” Album Special On Shade 45

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Don't forget that <a href="">Statik Selektah</a> is trying to have total control of the rap population these days.

A World With No Skies 2.0

Slaine & Statik Selektah – State Of Grace Mixtape

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Slaine is a rap lobbyist from Boston who deals with more grease than a car mechanic.


Reks – “Kill’Em” Video

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<a href="">Reks</a> is known as a fearsome emcee, with a taste for chewing up and spitting out lesser rappers.


Reks – “Mascara (The Ugly Truth)” Video


Reks speaks for the Black girl's lost in society's narrow minded viewpoints, as per the latest theatrical performance from R.

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Reks Feat. Styles P – “Why Cry” Video


<a href=""> SP The Ghost <a href="">ain't for jokes and games</a>, so he probably hasn't used his tear ducts in ages.


Reks Feat. Lil Fame & Attica Barz – “Cigarettes” Video

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Reks earned <a href="">a commendable 3 Cigs</a> for his Rhythm Eternal King Supreme project, but he's taking his affliction with cancer sticks to dangerously high tar levels with ½ of the mighty Mash Out Posse.

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The Week That Was: The Winning! Edition

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<a href=""> Photo: <a href="">Warming Glow</a> -- It's always fun to play the "What If.


“This Or That” – Review Of Reks’ Rhythmatic Eternal King Supreme

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<a href="">Words by C. Paicely Go ahead and breathe. After sitting through the endless utterance of verbal venom that is R.E.K.S. (Rhythmatic Eternal King Supreme), the average listener will want to. On his newest project, <a href="">the Massachusetts duelist</a> effectively tears holes in a decidedly sub-par industry, seemingly without inhaling.


Reks – “25th Hour” Video

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Statik Selektah & Termanology Commanded 1982 In 2010

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<a href=""> Earlier this year, the unfortunate death of of Keith "Guru" Elam from Gang Starr saw the end of an era where a producer and MC created a unified duality to consolidate the quality control for an entire LP. Or has it? 2010 has seen a rebirth of the practice where cohesiveness trumps catchiness.Duck Down Records in particular saw in-house relationships blossom into exceptional projects (Marco Polo & Ruste Juxx's The eXXecution and Skyzoo & Illmind's Live From The Tape Deck) while female rapper Eternia made a significant impact with her debut with MoSS At Last. <a href="">Termanonlogy</a> and <a href="">Statik Selektah</a> have appeared on one another's projects with noteworthy contributions.

In Between The Lines Volume 2

REKS Feat. Strong Arm Steady – “Outta Control”


<a href=""> Heroin flow on the verses and beat, just nod to it. Off <a href="">REKS'</a> In Between The Lines Volume 2 coming soon and to be hosted by Statik Selektah, DJ Green Lantern & Ill Will.


Ron Artest Makes Drinking Hennessy At Work A Song For All To Enjoy

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At the time of the picture, Ron was potentially hungover.

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Donny Goines – “What U Expected (Remix)”

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Courtesy Of Don Michaels Last week we argued about <a href="">the decline of NYC's rappers signature sound</a>.

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