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Now that he's been in the lab with the legendary wordsmith in Common and crafting a brand new project in 'The Auditorium, Vol. 1,' Pete Rock and Common are collaborating to bring some soulful sounds with meaningful content to their day-one fans and the culture in general.

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With Pete Rock producing Common's classic Ice Cube diss record, "The Bitch In Yoo," we wonder if this project will feature another record in which Common goes at someone's neck

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That sample would be the base for one of Heavy D's great hits in the 1990s.

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Hip-Hop legends Common and Pete Rock are teaming up to incorporate the 90’s sound into today’s flows.

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Funkmaster Flex, fresh off his war of words with Conway The Machine, engaged in the same with legendary producer Pete Rock.

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Pete Rock is getting the Unsung treatment, and TV One understood the assignment. The renowned DJ, rapper and producer's come up gets detailed and he's still very much active in the culture.

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Legendary producer Pete Rock is reportedly considering a lawsuit against Nas over allegedly unpaid royalties from the rapper's classic debut album, Illmatic.

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Pete Rock is a legendary producer and a Hip-Hop icon, without question. However, his grasp of how vaccinations work in light of the world being in the midst of a pandemic leaves much to be desired.

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Fans of Smoke DZA know that the R.F.C. Music Group honcho has a ton of music and keeps feeding the streets with new releases, and now he’s reconnected with Pete Rock and one of Hip-Hop’s top buzzing acts. George Kush linked up with Black Soprano Family’s Benny The Butcher with the Mt. Vernon legend on […]

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When the news hit that Skyzoo and Pete Rock would be joining forces for a full-length project, Hip-Hop fans all over the world were prepared to experience the expected heat from the talented two. Today (September 20), the Brooklyn wordsmith and the legendary Mount Vernon legend have unveiled their highly-anticipated Retropolitan project.

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Don’t you just love it when you see your favorite rappers and producers from yesteryear pop up and continue to be an influence in today’s day and age of Hip-Hop?