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BENNY & DJ GREEN LANTERN – BUTCHER ON STEROIDS [MIXTAPE STREAM]

Griselda Gang keeps coming for everyone’s head as Benny is the next in line with a new project. With DJ Green Lantern providing the mix, Benny rips production from Daringer, Icerox, Noc, Camouflage Monk, Trypps Beatz and Green Lantern, himself on the “Butcher On Steroids” mixtape. Guests include Conway and El Camino. Definitely worth your time.

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MICK & CHI DULY – 7:18 (JAY-Z & DJ PREMIER BLENDS MIXTAPE)

If you’re looking for something to snap your neck to, look no further than MICK and Chi Duly’s mixtape titled “7:18″ where the duo deliver a project described as “JAY-Z’s most lyrical and personal verses and juxtapose them with DJ Premier’s most dark and precise works.” My goodness is this good. Just under 57 minutes of bars from Hov and beats from Preemo. 33 songs in less than an hour.

“This mixtape is a love letter to the hip hop we grew up listening to,” MICK says. “This is for the people who grew up analyzing the b-side of every Gang Starr and Group Home single. This is for the people who listened to Jay’s ‘A Million And One Questions‘ a million and one times.”

Stream it all now.

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KXNG CROOKED – THE MAGA CONTINUES

KXNG Crooked takes aim and fires at the 45th president with “The MAGA Continues” from his forthcoming Good vs. Evil 2 album.

 

“Donald Trump coined the now famous acronym MAGA,” Crooked said to Mass Appeal. “I personally believe the phrase ‘Make America Great Again’ is a dog whistle for racism and turning the clocks of progression backwards. The way the country is currently divided it seems to be working. I’m really just letting off steam on the joint, but some important points are definitely being touched on. One point I covered in the song is being widely overlooked; maybe because it’s a fairly new form of division in Hip Hop. I’ve done many shows with white rappers and seen some of their fans in the crowd wearing confederate flag and swastika symbols on their clothing. Shit blew my mind. Nobody talks about this element in Hip Hop that is growing and will cause division on another level. I chose to speak on it because Hip Hop is a tool for unification and we need to keep it that way. How long will we allow the MAGA to continue?”

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DJ PREMIER – LIVE FROM HEADQCOURTERZ RADIO SHOW PLAYLIST FOR NOVEMBER 10th & NOVEMBER 17th, 2017

DJ PREMIER

LIVE FROM HEADQCOURTERZ RADIO SHOW

NOVEMBER 10th & NOVEMBER 17th, 2017

ON SIRIUS/XM SATELLITE RADIO
HIP HOP NATION
CHANNEL 44
FRIDAY NIGHTS
FROM 8pm-10pm (EASTERN TIME)
 
HERE IS THE PLAYLIST FOR NOVEMBER 10th, 2017
  1.  DJ Muggs & Meyhem Lauren (f. Hologram & Benny The Butcher)–War Drums
  2.  Arsun Fist–Crabpot Soapbox
  3.  Bahamadia (f. Geechie Suede)–Dialed Up 2
  4.  Planet Asia (f. Rascoe & TriState)–Sherm Theme
  5.  DJ Premier (f. A$AP Ferg)–Our Streets
  6.  Ambassador Rick (f. Conway The Machine)–Blot That
  7.  Chan Hayes (f. Ghettosocks, Pharoahe Monch & Ras Kass)–Ghost In The Shell
  8.  Statik Selektah (f. Run The Jewels)–Put Jewels On It
  9.  Heavy Metal Kings–There’s No Wi-Fi In Valhalla
10.  Perestroika (f. Celph Titled)–StompKillCrushMode
11.  Snoop Dogg (f. Kid Capri)–Good Foot
12.  MC Eiht (f. B-Real)–Pass Me By
13.  Rock–G.W. B.A.G.
*****THROWBACK CLASSIC*****
14.  Spyder D–Smerphies Dance
15.  Payday Crooks (f. Hus Kingpin, TriState & Planet Asia)–One Session
16.  D.V. Alias Khryst (f. Danjah)–God Don’t Make Mistakes
17.  Slaine -vs- Termanology (f. Bun B. & Everlast)–Anti Hero
18.  Lone Catalysts (f. Greg Nice)–Rhymes
19.  Rakim Al-Jabbar & Menace–Fly Dialect
20.  Defari (f. Rakaa)–Occupations
21.  J.O.A.T. (f. Jamo Gang & Giant Gorilla Dog Thing)–Fire
22.  Heavy Metal Kings (f. Goretex)–Killing Technology
23.  Mitch L. Hennessy–Wrong (What Did I Do?)
24.  DJ Ready Cee (f. Shabaam Sahdeeq, Planet Asia & Milano Constantine)–It’s A Must
25.  Cam’ron–Kiss Myself
26.  Eminem (f. Beyonce)–Walk On Water
 
 
HERE IS THE PLAYLIST FOR NOVEMBER 17th, 2017
  1.  Evidence–Jim Dean
  2.  DJ Premier (f. A$AP Ferg)–Our Streets
  3.  Payday Crooks (f. Hus Kingpin, TriState & Planet Asia)–One Session
  4.  Cam’ron–Uwasntthere
  5.  Es Nine (f. Supastition)–Outside Lookin’ In
  6.  SOS Bishop–The Reinstatement
  7.  Rakim Al-Jabbar & Menace–Fly Dialect
  8.  Bahamadia (f. Geechie Suede)–Dialed Up 2
  9.  Jakk Frost–Respek The Dealer
10.  Statik Selektah (f. Conway, Westside Gunn & Termanology)–No. 8
 
11.  Masta Killa (f. Sean Price)–Down With Me
 
12.  David Bars–Don’t Wait
 
13.  Heavy Metal Kings–There’s No Wi-Fi In Vahalla
 
*****THROWBACK CLASSIC*****
14.  Ultramagnetic MC’s–Give The Drummer Some
 
15.  Statik Selektah (f. Run The Jewels)–Put Jewels On It
 
16.  Arsun Fist–Crabpot Soapbox
 
17.  Stallone & Weathers–The Feeling
 
18.  Wu-Tang (f. Inspektah Deck & Redman)–Lesson Learn’d
 
19.  Rock–GW B.A.G.
 
20.  DJ Kay Slay (f. The Outlawz)–The Intro
 
21.  Perestroika (f. Jus Cuz)–Globetrotters
 
22.  DJ Muggs & Meyhem Lauren (f. Hologram & Benny The Butcher)–War Drums
 
23.  J.O.A.T. (f. Jamo Gang & Giant Gorilla Dog Thing)–Fire
 
24.  Rock–The Purge
 
25.  Ruste Juxx (f. 3-4- Click & Bill Leigh)–Furious Styles
 
26.  Wu-Tang (f. Method Man, R-Mean & Mzee Jones)–G’d Up
 
27.  Dr. Dre–The Watcher