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Album Review: Rick Ross “Black Dollar” by Blade Brown

Artist: Rick Ross Album: Black Dollar Review: Hot off the heels of a small jail stint and an embarrassing loss for Meek Mill at the hands of Drake, MMG boss Rick Ross returns to the scene with a new project, Black Dollar. The album opens with “Foreclosures”, and it opens with a bang. Ross goes…

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Album Review: “Living Legend” By Blade Brown

Artist: Gunplay Album: “Living Legend“ Review: For the past few years, Gunplay has made more waves for his personal life than his music. After dodging a big jail sentence, Don Logan, aka Gunplay finally releases his debut album: Living Legend. The album hits the ground running with the thunderous “Tell ’em”, which without question is…

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Album Review: Meek Mill “Dreams Worth More Than Money” by Blade Brown

Artist: Meek Mill Album: “Dreams Worth More Than Money” Review: The wait is over! After several setbacks and delays, the long-awaited sophomore album from MMG artist Meek Mill is finally here. Initially set to arrive in September of 2014, the album was delayed after Meek was sentenced to 3-6 months in jail for probation violation….

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[The Distribution] B2DaDot Feat. Rick Ross “GIVE A F**K”

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[EP] 14KT ‘A Friendly (Vocal) Game of KT ‘

Ypsilanti’s golden child, 14KT, has flipped some of his instrumental magic into full-fledged songs on the new EP A Friendly (Vocal) Game of KT. The original instrumental project was rife with earth quaking bass lines, precise drums and heavenly synths. Now the vocal version pairs select beats with equally select MC’s to tease a few…

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[Album Review] Meek Mill “Dreams & Nightmares” by Eddie McDonald

By Eddie McDonald (@KingEdward15) Meek Mill released his highly anticipated debut album, ‘Dreams and Nightmares’ last week and it lived up to the hype. Some people might disagree, but they don’t realize mixtape rappers have a different delivery style when it comes to making an album. After getting noticed from his mixtape series “Flamers” and…

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