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Prince Paul: Choice of Colors Pt. 2

AllHipHop: What is the personal highlight of your career in your eyes? Prince Paul: Wow, mine are very simple. It’s not even one big highlight. It’s just the fact that – Yo, I’m still working! Everyday I wake up and man, it amazes me. I could easily say that when the Chris Rock records won… Read more »

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JT The Bigga Figga: True Game

JT The Bigga Figga may not be a household name, but those who have followed Hip-Hop music and specifically the independent rap game know his name very well. JT, who heads up Get Low Records, has been dropping albums since 1991. Since the company’s founding, his label has released an astonishing 70 albums. After using… Read more »

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Bonz Malone : We Got Your Kids

Do you think you know Hip-Hop? Meet Bonz Malone, who is possibly the greatest unknown Hip-Hop mind to come down the pike in quite a long time. He is an accomplished literary artist with work that has been seen across the globe. Although he has many movie credits to his resume, his role in the… Read more »

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Ras Kass: Get Free Or Die Trying Pt. 2

AllHipHop: You been talking all this stuff about Priority Records, how they can’t market and promote hip-hop records, but Chingy’s platinum my man. RK: I can say two things: first of all, Priority Record’s has enormous luck, and basically, I know DTP Records, I knew everybody before they even signed when they were telling me… Read more »

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Lil Flip: Making Moves Pt. 2

AllHipHop: What’s the name of your label? Lil Flip: Clover G Records AllHipHop: Do you have any artists yet? Lil Flip: I got one dude, his name is Willing. He’s coming out. Basically it’s just me. I’ve been helping a lot of people over the years putting them on my album, trying to start peoples… Read more »

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Lil Flip: Making Moves

AllHipHop: What’s the deal with your new album, Game Over? what can people expect? Lil Flip: It’s more energy in this album. I did some more stuff. I got A list producers on this album. The first album went platinum and I did set out to do that. I did that without A list producers…. Read more »

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D.I.T.C.: The Dynasty Remains Pt. 2

AllHipHop: What’s the personal highlight of your career if you can pin down one? A.G.: First seeing yourself on television in videos and seeing the people that you grew up with in your neighborhood lookin’ at you differently. The parents is lookin’ at you like a positive person. And just traveling around the world. AllHipHop:… Read more »

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D.I.T.C.: The Dynasty Remains Pt. 1

Every sports fan sits around and talks about those super teams. Once in a great while, the right group of players, create the right chemistry, and make history. They play a certain way, carry a certain reputation and attitude, all for the better. If Hip-Hop has a super-team of today, it’s Diggin’ in the Crates… Read more »

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Big L: 1974 – 1999

"The Danger Zone," 1999. The world of Hip-Hop and all of its adoring fans were seemingly still reeling from the aftershocks of the tragic and untimely deaths of two of its finest, 2Pac and The Notorious B.I.G. Senseless acts of violence had run its course and the music world had suffered a mighty blow. Little… Read more »

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Shades Of Jay

In 2002 Little Brother Producer 9th Wonder created a cottage industry with his remix of Nas’s Godson CD, God’s Stepson. After winning a spot on Jay-Z’s Black Album it was widely considered as an easy way to get heard. As a result, a rainbow-assortment of Jay-Z remix albums has sprung up. Here is a break… Read more »

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Bang’em Smurf: Life after G-Unit

Queens, New York has bred some of the finest rap artists, but at the same time, the borough has produced some of the biggest beefs in hip-hop. Former G-Unit member Bang’em Smurf came to national recognition when he went on record and had some unfavorable things to say about one of hip-hop’s biggest stars, 50… Read more »

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Danger Mouse: The Mouse That Mixed

Producer Danger Mouse has been around for a couple years making a name for himself in the underground by ignoring industry trends and concocting unorthodox medleys. His debut album Ghetto Pop Life starring Danger Mouse and Gemini was lauded by UK publications The Face and The Guardian as the best Hip-Hop album of the year… Read more »

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D-Block: The Lockdown

p>AllHipHop.com: So, for the dummies – who is D-Block?  Jadakiss: D-Block is Sheek, Jada and Styles P’s label. Supa Mario is the president of it. He runs everything. Sheek was the first artist off it. J hood is coming. We got the D-Block compilation coming out. Jada album’s coming. Styles is coming. It’s the who… Read more »

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