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    Its About Soulful Time For HUGGY

    August 4th, 2008

    Coming Soon: Artist: HUGGY Title: Huggified Genre': R&B, Soul, Southern Hip Hop Release Date: September 2008 HUGGY - Described as a Southern, Soulful throwback of Music's Golden Age, Huggy lights up the Darkest of Rooms with his Talents, Charisma and Unique God Given Voice. Huggy has been known for his… Read more

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    Big V.E.L. Branches His Thing on Own

    August 4th, 2008

    Artist: BIG V.E.L Title: THE BIG V.E.L Show Genre': Southern Hip Hop, RAP Release Date: October 2008 BIG V.E.L- From the legendary streets of the Lower 9th ward in New Orleans now residing in the Planet of Decatur comes BIG V.E.L. BIG V.E.L appeared on 'Most Hi-Fi' debut album 'Everything's… Read more

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    A KEY In The SLAM Ignition

    June 22nd, 2008

    Born and raised in Long Island this Roosevelt native first hit the hip hop scene in 1993 on the rap compilation album 'TERMINATOR X and the Godfathers Of Threatt' s "SUPERBAD". The song which was presented was called 'Krunchtime'. In those times this was KEYs first experience with the music… Read more

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    MC John Brown Brings The Noise To SLAM

    April 22nd, 2008

    The melting pot that was Berkeley California allowed Scott Loken early and constant exposure to racial diversity, which reflected in his mix of friends growing up. While pursuing a BA in Communications at the University of California at Santa Barbara, Scott felt oddly out of place in the predominantly white… Read more

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    Chuck D: Fat cats still trying to control who plays

    March 27th, 2008

    Katti Gray February 4, 2008 A day after returning from what's been touted as the largest global conference on the future of music, Chuck D, rap star and rebel, was sharing his take on that meeting, on record-industry greed and on how the digital-music consumer has industry titans in a… Read more

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    PE Bassist Hardgroove Doesn't Believe The Hype

    March 24th, 2008

    april /may 2008 santa fean 21 Emiliano Garcia-Sarnoff A key member of the revolutionary hiphop group Public Enemy, Brian Hardgroove is also an activist, producer, and host of The Fusebox on Indie (indiesf.com). Hardgroove, who moved from New York—his hometown—to Santa Fe in 2006, talks about his creative mission, the… Read more