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With the utmost sincerity, we recommend that you tune into The Alchemist and Budgie’s collaborative project, The Good Book. Rather than request, we’ll let songs like “The G Code,” featuring Action Bronson, Domo Genesis, and Blu do the talking.

We’re back with your weekly dosage of ill rhymes and stellar beats via The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Songs Of The Week.

Sweeney unveils another heater from his Classic Drug References Vol. 1 project. This one stars Blu and Knxwledge, and is titled “DRAGINBREFF.”

“While You Were Sleeping” showcases quality indie and underground Hip-Hop/Rap releases that are regularly overlooked, under promoted or downright ignored by most supposed “Rap” or “Hip-Hop” sites.

A handful of leaks and a few weeks worth of heightened anticipation later, Blu and Nottz return will the full stream of their Gods In the Spirit EP.

As far as upcoming releases go, Blu and Nottz seem to be cooking up one of the most potent of the bunch with Gods In The Spirit. With a few previous leaks already circulating the Internets, the duo debut a new record called “Crooks In Castles.”

Blu and Nottz offer up a soulful second offering from their upcoming collaborative EP, Gods In The Spirit. Titled “End Of The World,” the track features the former XXL Freshman rhyming alongside Ohio crooner, Rashad.

Blu, one of Hip-Hop’s more underrated MCs, and Nottz, an equally underestimated producer, have banded together to create a joint EP, titled Gods In The Spirit. From it, we receive the first leak, “Boyz II Men,” featuring Nitty Scott, MC.

Sleep on him if you’d like to, but Blu can rap a majority of your favorite artists out of house and home. The Cali representer lets the music do the talking yet again on another sampling from his collaborative LP with producer Bombay, Good To B Home.

Just when we thought the Winter was over for good, Jack Frost decided to hit us with one last go ’round of snow and cold weather before finally going bravely into that good night. Over the past week, seven more notable independent releases from the likes of Blu, Durag Dynasty, Von Pea and more hit […]

Here’s the deal; Cali MC Blu and producer Bombay are dropping a collaborative project called Good To B Home. We have a new track from said album right here called “Dre Day” that should add it to your “highly anticipated” list.

The elusive Blu returns with Exile and Andy Allo on a new video for “Ease Your Mind.”