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Modill

Chicago local people Racecar and K-Kruz originally formed underground hip-hop group Modill being a MC-producer set in 2003 before joined by ThaiOne Davis in 2004. Sketching from Local Tongue-rap, jazz, and Chicago spirit and electronica, manufacturer/drummer K-Kruz forms the group’s breezy and intensifying noises for Racecar’s and Davis’ introspective commentary. …

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Away Team

The Away Group is made up of MC Sean Boog and producer Khrysis. Both are users of NEW YORK rap collective the Justus Little league. They met one another through recognized beatmaker and Justus Little league member 9th Question of rap group Small Sibling. Their debut recording, The Country wide …

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MC Frontalot

As Chuck D of Open public Enemy memorably place it, “Hip-hop may be the CNN from the ghetto.” Although it acts that purpose, hip-hop began being a very much broader genre and finally, after emerging from your wasteland of gangsta, regained component of this potential. Hip-hop could be about anything, …

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C.R.A.C.

Not really averse to ignoring hip-hop conventions, LA upstart MC Blu (Johnson Barnes) and offbeat maker/rapper Ta’Raach (Terrell McMathis), a Detroit-to-L.A. transplant, started collaborating as C.R.A.C (pronounced “crass”) in 2005. Blu and Ta’Raach had been both labelmates at L.A. indie Sound In Color and fulfilled while documenting their respective tasks. …

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DJ Hi-Tek

Hi-Tek played a significant part in the highly admired golden-age revivalist audio associated with the Rawkus Information collective, crafting lots of the label’s preliminary breakthrough produces. While Hi-Tek’s creation design owes a personal debt to New York’s finest beat-makers from the first ’90s — DJ Leading, Pete Rock, Huge Teacher …

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Grand Analog

The brainchild of Winnipeg, Manitoba, MC, singer, and producer Odario Williams, Grand Analog can be an acclaimed reggae/dub-driven hip-hop project which has served like a conduit for Williams’ more eclectic inclinations. Williams, also an associate of Canadian rap group Feeling Ruff, actually 1st come up with Grand Analog like a …

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Mos Def

Initially thought to be one of the most promising rappers to emerge in the later ’90s, Mos Def, aka Yasiin Bey, considered acting in subsequent years simply because music became a second concern for him. He do discharge new music every once in awhile, including albums like the New Risk …

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Ohmega Watts

Created in Brooklyn, NY, and raised mainly in Queens and Florida, Ohmega W (or Milton Campbell to his parents) started his profession in Orlando, where he started crafting his MC abilities in the first ’90s. For this period he also started exhibiting a pastime in beat-making, idolizing the stalwarts of …

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Planet Patrol

Produced and arranged by early hip-hop impresarios Arthur Baker and John Robie, Globe Patrol strolled an intriguing range between electro as well as the classic Motown sound. The quintet of vocalists (led by Natural herb Jackson) only created one album, nonetheless it is among the few traditional LPs from the …

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K-Otix

Delivering the lighter aspect of Houston rap, K-Otix forgoes gangsta clichés, strip-club antics, and DJ Screw intoxicants and only traditional hip-hop simplicity. Even more likely to remind listeners of the Tribe Called Search compared to the Geto Guys, K-Otix provides beats and rhymes of traditional design. Using their manufacturer Russel …

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