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Jae Millz | Takin' Mines
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By   |  21 April 2013 20:03 pm  |  
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Editorial Editorial

Two new songs featuring Drake, Flex‘s monster new mixtape or the launch of Twitter Music; forget what happened this week if it didn’t have anything to do with Jay-Z.


Plus, the week’s best slept-on releases from Two9‘s Curtis Williams, IamSu!, Stan Ipcus, Ryshon Jones and Jae Millz.


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By   |  13 January 2013 11:29 am  |  Audio Audio

With his long-awaited fifth solo LP, Prisoners Of Conscious, now penciled in for an April 23 arrival, Talib Kweli duly follows up with not one, but two, new singles. The first, “Art Imitates Life,” is a glitchy, percussion-powered number featuring the perpetually slept-on pair of Black Thought and Rah Digga. The additional treat, “One Two,” is even more intriguing as underground favorite Oh No joins Young Money’s Jae Millz as Kweli’s surprise supporting cast on some brassy instrumentation.
You’ve got a job on your hands picking a winner from these two. Or you can always make things easy on yourself and pick up both singles on iTunes!

Talib Kweli (feat. Black Thought & Rah Digga) – “Art Imitates Life”

Talib Kweli (feat. Jae Millz & Oh No) – “One Two”


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Greg Grease – “Forward”



If you’ve managed to get this far during the week, you probably deserve a break. And what good timing to introduce Greg Grease‘s latest video for “Forward”, a stripped down, less-is-more banger that doesn’t need to be overdramatic to get it’s point across. Directed by Adam Dunn as a part of his #LABB (Lights and a Backdrop) series, the visuals are as minimalistic as it gets, allowing the Grease, his DJ and his turntable to play centre stage. Check it out and be sure to pick up Greg Grease’s Black King Cole EP if you don’t already own it.


  1. Blu & Nottz (feat. Rashad) – “End of the World”
  2. CJ Fly (feat. A La $oul & Phife Dawg) – “Seek Well”
  3. Boldy James (feat. Earl Sweatshirt, Da$h & Domo Genesis) – “Reform School” (prod. by The Alchemist)
  4. Danny Brown (feat. Scrufizzer) – “Dubstep”
  5. Black Milk – “Dismal”
  6. Alterbeats (feat. Guilty Simpson & The Rockness Monstah) – “Fruit Punch”
  7. Snow Tha Product (feat. CyHi The Prynce) – “Hold You Down”
  8. Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – “Harold’s”
  9. Childish Gambino – “Yaphet Kotto”
  10. Stan Ipcus – “Wifey Material”
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