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Sampa The Great, Estelle & Rahki – HERoes Act 2 [EP]

May 23, 2017 by

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Sampa The Great was Born in Zambia, raised in Botswana and is currently based in Sydney, Australia. She is part of the emerging hiphop scene in there (The Guardian called her “Australian hiphop’s next great hope”) and HERoes Act 2 is the latest in Sampa’s exciting narrative series of songs and collaborative project that includes her debut The Great Mixtape. […]

Téhu – Boulevard [EP]

May 21, 2017 by

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Téhu’s debut solo project which was released on 12″ vinyl in partnership with MJM and the Canadian record label Unlog in Montreal.

Mike Melinoe – A Night, With Hanabi [Album]

May 19, 2017 by

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Mindfully mysterious, Detroit’s conscious riddler Mike Melinoe is a demigod. Combining psychedelic sounds and a low-fi internet-bred aesthetic with old-school lyricism, The Organic Geniuses founder deliberately swerves his way through drugged-out ballads with crisp clarity. Melinoe’s music exists in a plane that marries classic boom-bap to the intricate chaos that can only be summoned by […]

The Audible Doctor – Soul Slaps Vol. 2 [Beat Tape]

May 19, 2017 by

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Just weeks after volume 1, we have a new beat tape from The Audible Doctor.

Audiomack EP ft. Curren$y, Two-9, Slim Thug, Audio Push & More

May 18, 2017 by

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Audiomack, after years of hosting music, has dropped a self-titled EP. I know Spitta has made a business deal with them and I imagine the other featured artists have a connection or two prior.

Delasi – #ThoughtJourney [Album]

May 18, 2017 by

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Another talent from Ghana!

Imperial & K.I.N.E.T.I.K. – Palm Street [EP]

May 16, 2017 by

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It’s been a year since Imperial and KINETIK released their last album, but they’re back with some brand new bangers for the Summer season! They released the newest EP, ‘Palm Street’, which is also their first release on Chill Masters Records. Chill Masters are are a massive music curator company with over 500,000 YouTube subscribers, so it’s an honour to work […]