Azizi Gibson – preHISTORIC Till Death (Album Stream)


1) Intro – (Prod. by Kamandi)
2) Slave Ship Ft. Waka Flocka- (Prod. by Millz Douglas & YG beats)
3) The Grim Reaper -(Prod. by Kamandi)
4) Explosive – (Prod. by Kamandi)
5) King Cupid- (Prod. by Kamandi)
6) Grim Guide -(Prod. by Kamandi)
7) Enemies- (Prod. by Kamandi)
8) Unstoppable- (Prod. by Kamandi)
9) Marriage Skit (Feat. Christopher Sabet)
10) Feels Like Sunday-(Prod. by Millz Douglas & YG beats)
11) Party Man – (Prod. by Jonathan Cloud)
12) Ass – (Prod. by Millz Douglas)
13) Gotham – (Prod. by Tony Moses)
14) Pillow Talk – (Prod. by Millz Douglas)
15) Zeptune Rule – (Prod. by Jonathan Cloud)
16) Stay – (Feat. Brasco Noir – Prod. by Tyler Dopps & Brasco Noir)
17) Robin Hood-( Kamandi & Millz Douglas)
18) Goodbye- (Prod. by Eureka the Butcher & Kamandi)

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Madlib: Blunted in the Bomb Shelter (Stream)



The Trojan records catalog selected and mixed by MADLIB.


Mild High Club – Timeline (Album Stream)



Available on Stones Throw. Full album stream here.


Your Old Droog – The Nicest – EP (Stream)


The Catcher of the Fade – EP (Stream)


Open Mike Eagle, Busdriver, milo, VerBS, Nietzche Cortez, and William Thedford IV come together for 4 tracks of spaced-out West Coast hip-hop.

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J-Zone Presents… A Bottle Of Whup Ass – The EP (Stream)


Released May 23rd, 2000.

“Hip hop is still alive just as long as you look in the right places”


Reminisce over Prince Paul’s “Its Not the size of your Mix Its how you use it ” Mix Tape Vol. 4 (Obscure Series)

Sinkane x Peaking Lights – Mean Dub EP (Stream)


Fecal Matter – Illiteracy Will Prevail (Demo)


How long will your ears let you listen (below) to this 1985 demo tape from 18-year old Kurt Cobain’s punk rock band ‘Fecal Matter’? Melvins drummer Dale Crover was on bass.

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L’Orange & Kool Keith – “Time? Astonishing!” (Album Stream)


I Self Devine (selections from “Self Destruction” 2005)


The Most Exciting Despot Track Since “Crap Artists”


“House of Bricks,” a rap song about loving your family.
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