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  • 9 years ago

    Established in 1996 by producer Chris "Peanut Butter Wolf" Manak, Stones Throw serves as a benchmark for innovative hip-hop music. This compilation, originally released last year as an in-store exclusive through Guitar Center, arrives at the heigh...

  • 9 years ago

    Cut Chemist's The Audience's Listening could be from a time capsule buried in 1998, when epic instrumental albums like Return of the DJ and Q-Bert' s Wave Twisters were all the rage. And that's a good thing. Unfairly maligned in recent years as th...

  • 10 years ago

    Of all the artists that the fan-approved, critically underrated Rhymesayers label has discovered in recent years, Stefon Leron "P.O.S." Alexander may be the most intriguing. A black punk-rocker from Minneapolis who leads his city's up-and-coming D...

  • 11 years ago

    Until her "O.G. Bitch" joint last year, Esthero was best known for her appearances on other people's songs, including some by Ian Pooley ("Balmes [A Better Life]") and Black Eyed Peas ("Weekends"). We R in Need of a Musical Revolution, a 30-minute...

  • 12 years ago

    It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. While rap music all but dominated the pop charts in 2003, it also led to one of the lamest record crops (barring Outkast, God bless them) in recent memory. Even the ever-lovable Snoop Dogg was c...

  • 12 years ago

    It's not easy getting into Jay-Z's recording home at Bassline Studios, tucked away on West 26th Street in Manhattan. I have to sneak in behind a woman walking into the building, take an elevator to the eighth floor, then knock on a pair of glass d...