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Aminé – Good For You [Album + Videos]

August 30, 2017 by

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After months of anticipation, multiplatinum-certified Portland, OR rapper Aminé releases his full-length debut, Good For You. Advertisements

Raz Simone – Rare [Song]

August 25, 2017 by

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Raz Simone is back with a summer BANGER flexing his Rare ability to create relatable music while staying true to himself and his city. Loyalty is Rare, Honesty is Rare.. This is the first single from Raz’s upcoming album ‘Closer’.

Aminé – Becoming (Mockumentary) [Video]

May 22, 2017 by

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‘Becoming Aminé’ heads back to the corridors of Portland’s Benson Polytech, the rapper’s actual alma mater, for a look at how he and his crew try to get his music played by mysterious local DJ, Johnny James. By its end it’s easy to see how camaraderie and absurdity intertwine in his world view. “I didn’t […]

5th & Wyatt – Why Oh Why [Song]

May 20, 2017 by

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5th & Wyatt reemerge with their most reflective material yet, announcing the single “Why Oh Why” from their highly anticipated July 30th release, Circadian Rhythms. 5th & Wyatt – the Portland, Or based conscious rap duo returns with another powerful single, ‘Why Oh Why,’ their 2nd release together in over 4 years. The new album […]

Stevo The Weirdo – The Routine [Video] Prod. Cecil

May 11, 2017 by

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Portland Oregon hip-hop artist Stevo The Weirdo (STW) is back with another smoker’s anthem. Fittingly titled “The Routine”, the Cecil produced single and it’s melodic vibes are a sure win for the stoner community and STW fan base (which are practically one in the same). Accompanied by visuals from V1 Creative’s Kevin Hasenkopf and features […]

Serge Severe – King of the Neighborhood Freestyle [Video]

April 30, 2017 by

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Serge Severe delivers fire bars live on Portland’s radio station XRAY FM. As a guest on DJ Klyph’s “Welcome to the Neighborhood”, Severe proves again why he is one of the best in the city.

Malitia Malimob – The People’s King [Video]

April 26, 2017 by

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Since escaping Somalia’s civil war and ending up in Seattle, Malitia Malimob has been a voice for the voiceless. Chino’o of Malitia Malimob has represented his city for years, and in this latest visual “People’s King” he brings out the people to put on for Seattle.