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Raven Sorvino – Playa Del Rey Mixtape

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The Leimert lady's latest project, Playa Del Rey, is up for the taking.

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Raven Sorvino – “Gold Chainz” Video

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Raven Sorvino's first video off Playa Del Rey is a visual field trip through the comfortable confines of Crenshaw for the Ro Blvd-produced track "Gold Chainz.

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El Prez – “King Kong (I’m Gone)”


Sounding like an old school cabinet-style arcade game gone berserk, <a href="">El Prez’s</a> "I’m Gone (King Kong)" is not the typical weed-anthem.


H.O.P.E. – Believe In HOPE Wright

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<a href=""> I first met H.O.P.E. in a bathroom in Texas. Obviously, that's the worse possible introduction in any instance, especially with Hip-Hop becoming completely out of control this first week of April 2011. Allow me to digress to the more important matters before you honorary paws police officers start writing citations on spot. For starters, there wasn't any sort of gentilia fondling involved by either party. Desperately needing a T.O. from the madness and melee that was the Vibe and Cashmere Agency's Respect The West's official Nate Dogg tribute, I slipped into an empty (and surprisingly clean) sink area where I proceeded to wipe my brow. Shortly after, a lanky, cool-as-day character strolled in wearing shine blockers that are generally accompanied with a red-tipped cane, followed by his unofficial vocal coach. Not oblivious to my presence yet focused on the mission at hand, I listened silently as H.O.P.E. impressively and flawlessly ran through the metaphorical entendres and verses where his flow unpredictably began where the manufactured rapper's predictably stopped. I had a flash of clairvoyance that there was a believable talent when he walked through that door. Not that he looked totally unassuming, playing the part of the neo-age MC, indoor sunglasses and fitted clothing that said "I'm cool enough to trick you into thinking I didn't care." But he didn't seem like he was going to allow style to be his judge, jury and little lady keeping the minutes on her typewriter, either. I'm not totally sure if he got a chance to rock that SXSW stage but the dedication that shown through in his practice session is the same devotion that he used to carve out his two-years-in-the-making debut album, Believe In HOPE Wright. Hailing from Compton but far removed from the N.W.A. era or even Game's consequential reprise, Hope puts a reality touch into his project as it doubles as an autobiography, for he's still getting his name out in the open. In conjuction with <a href="–-believe-in-hope-wright-album">2Dopeboyz</a>, complete with co-stars from Jhene Aihko, Hit-Boy, Kevin Cossom and a few guys named Pac Div, faith is probably the most inconceivable notion known to man, but H.

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U-N-I & Ro Blvd Feat. Miguel – “Lately” Video

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Upgraded and amplified for maximum enjoyment, the love gurus of L.


U-N-I & Ro Blvd Feat. Evidence – “P#ssy”

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"I'll take 'Unoriginal Hip-Hop Song Titles' for $1000, Alex" Coming off their debut album <a href="">A Love Supreme</a>, Y-O & Thurzday aren't exactly known for going down easy street when it comes to their songs.

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“Kiss The Ring 2K9″ – The Fifteen Best Hip-Hop Albums Of 2009

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The album may have decreased in monetary significance over the years, but few can deny the calibration it stacks onto an artist's creative worth.


U-N-I Feat. Fashawn – “Pulp Fiction Part 1″ Video

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<a href="">The Kings</a>, Ro Blvd & Fashawn took you deep into the realm of audio fantasy with this marquee track from A Love Supreme, now here's the reality to match.

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TSS Presents Smoking Sessions With U-N-I & Ro Blvd

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You've gotten the opportunity to familarize yourself with them through their music (probably because it was bestowed as free gift,) but how well do you actually know about Yannick "Thurzday" Koffi and Yonas "Y-O" Michael, the efficacious duo that makes up U-N-I.


“Voltron” – Review Of U-N-I’s A Love Supreme

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Normally the best place to start in a story is at the beginning, but for every rule there’s an exception and this is one of those cases.


U-N-I & Ro Blvd. – “Hollywood Hiatus” Video

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Still giving competition the x's and o's off the strength of <a href="">A Love Supreme</a>, here's a visual that even if you hate it, they still give you the thumbs up.

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