EXCLUSIVE VIDEO RELEASE: Chuuwee Talks “Economics” and More

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Amalgam Digital artist Chuuwee discusses his new album, upcoming projects, life and even anime. A Sacramento native, Chuuwee (neé Dionte Hunter) is about to drop a classic project, titled Economics. He started off making music, inspired by his mom, who was making music in the basement of their house. Chuuwee started out as a mixtape artist, releasing…

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5 Music Genres to Improve Your Hip-Hop Style

5 Music Genres






Throughout rap history, innovative music has gained fame. If you want to make a name for yourself, you’ll need to study more than just hip-hop. Since its inception in the Bronx during the 1970s, hip-hop and rap music have been influenced by various genres of music. From funk and soul to hard rock, hip-hop has been…

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A Critical Look on “Still Brazy” by YG

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YG is “Still Brazy”, but also more confident and mature on his sophomore effort. Back in 2011, YG (born Keenon Jackson) was included in XXL’s freshman class, which had future megastars like Kendrick Lamar, Mac Miller, Meek Mill and Lil B in it. His gangsta fare about being a playa in the streets and a beast…

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Dave East Blowing Up Summer 2016

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Harlem rapper Dave East has started his summer by blowing up in the hip-hop world. David Brewster, better known by his stage name Dave East, has made a name for himself in the rap game over the past several years. In 2010, he released his first mixtape, Change of Plans. Between then and 2014, he released four…

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Chris Travis Brings Out “Ultra” and “Swervin Off You”

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Memphis rapper Chris Travis unleashes a furious torrent of ice water with two brand new songs. Although Lil Yachty got the spotlight in 2016 partially due to his fascination with boats and vintage Nautica gear, he is really not the first “aquatic” rapper in the game. Chris Travis AKA Kenshin Travis, the original Water Boy, continues his grind and…

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