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[12 Dec 2003 | No Comment | ]

Brought to you by Say Something this is a party you will not want to miss. Featuring DJ’s S’Fear, Malik and MadFox on Monday 15 December 2003. Read more for details.

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[12 Dec 2003 | No Comment | ]

African Raw Material is Now in Stores…. Remember if its not in your area please email us at info@unreleasedrecords.com. Cd Warehouse in all major cities is stocking the CD. Musica should also have stock. Read more for info on their free show.

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[10 Dec 2003 | No Comment | ]

“BK & Associates” is Blake Knight of ill harmonics fame teaming up with many of the best heads currently recording in the hip-hop underground. Their first record on Uprok Records is collaborative effort, combining many top notch emcees and crews over Knight’s masterful production skills and beats.

Editors Pick, Interviews »

[8 Dec 2003 | No Comment | ]

In this 2 part interview C.J. Higgs has an in-depth discussion with Paris. The discussion centers around divergent issues such as American politics, file-sharing and his album “Sonic Jihad”. Recommended reading.

Editors Pick, Interviews »

[8 Dec 2003 | No Comment | ]

In this 2 part interview C.J. Higgs has an in-depth discussion with Paris. The discussion centers around divergent issues such as American politics, file-sharing and his album “Sonic Jihad”. Recommended reading.

Movies »

[8 Dec 2003 | No Comment | ]

Straight off the streets of South Central L.A., CJ Mac brings you a documentary about a gang ritual that has become a popular dance craze. Hear the opinions from the artists who made the C-Walk mainstream through music videos and live performances, and meet the original Crip gang members who started the walk.

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[5 Dec 2003 | No Comment | ]

The concert contained on this DVD took place at The Santa Barbara County Bowl in the autumn of 1979, when Bob was touring in support of his militant Survival album. And the resulting film is an epochal record of a Bob Marley performance; one that stands up as being easily an equal of the better known Live at the Rainbow show filmed on the Exodus tour in 1977.

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[5 Dec 2003 | No Comment | ]

In 1997, members from underground hip-hop crews the Pride and Labklik, along with solo artist Sev Statik, all hooked up at the 1998 Cruvention gathering to work on some fresh material. Featuring humorous and intellectual rhymes and inspired jams, the result from those insane sessions became the group’s first independent release, a five song EP that sparked much interest in the underground hip-hop subculture.

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[4 Dec 2003 | No Comment | ]

Obie Trice is one of the newest emcees on the worldwide hip-hop scene. Born in Detroit, Michigan on November 14th 1978. He attended senior school at Cooley High in his hometown. On October 5, 1998 he became the joyous father of a little girl named Kobie.

Movies »

[3 Dec 2003 | No Comment | ]

For nearly a decade, urban marketing has been a key element in the multi-billion dollar record business, with street teams as the heart and soul of hip hop promotion. While some perceive them as hired litterbugs, there’s a lot more to the job than just handing out flyers and posters.

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[3 Dec 2003 | No Comment | ]

6 December At Tsunami, Brooklyn Mall, Pretoria. Starts at 19:30 PM and ends whenever. Damage is R25 for fellaz and free for ladies before 21:00.  Catch Fro-Pick at this show and support local!

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[2 Dec 2003 | No Comment | ]

Cape Town based Afrikaans Hip Hop group Kallitz (pronounced Coloureds) will be officially releasing the first single off their much anticipated debut album entitled “Die Ding Ruk Mal” on the 15 December 2003. The single – Die Ding Ruk Mal – has gained much popularity on the streets and will be officially released as a free downloadable track in mp3 format.