Sunday's Classic Collabo: Sway & King Tech - The Anthem

The very definition of classic collaboration right here, this infamous track features: RZA, Tech N9ne, Eminem, Xzibit, Pharoahe Monch, Kool G Rap, Jayo Felony, Chino XL & KRS-One. Kind of forgot about Classic Collabo this week, so hope this makes up for it! Amazing that this amount of stars came through and did this track, let alone a video! Check out the crazy visuals, and grab this vintage track below.

Sway & King Tech – The Anthem ft. RZA, Tech N9ne, Eminem, Xzibit, Pharoahe Monch, Kool G Rap, Jayo Felony, Chino XL & KRS-One

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Quick Blast: Two New Hip-Hop Collabos


Couple of collabos here with some decent line-ups on them. Good to get some new music from Bishop Lamont, and the Lakers Anthem should make for pretty good listening too. Pretty tired right now, so forgive the ‘quick blast’.

Bishop Lamont-Blow Your Mind ft. Xzibit & Jelly Roll

DJ Felli Fel-Lakers Anthem 2010 ft. Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Ray J, Chino XL, Roscoe Umali & New Boyz

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Quick Blasts: New Game / Celph Titled


As you can probably tell from the image, we are running out of pictures of Game to use. No, unfortunately this isn’t a collaboration between heavyweight mainstream and heavyweight underground. But on the plus side it is two tracks instead of just one.

Game – Slangin’ Game (DJ)

From his upcoming mixtape. Laid back joint. Chorus is annoying. Will keep you Game fans occupied no doubt though. (Apologies for DJ verison, but it doesn’t anything away).

Celph Titled & Buckwild (feat Apathy & Chino XL) – Styles Ain’t Raw

Underground heaven? Almost. Chino steals the show, but it’s awesome seeing this kind of line up for the underground heads out there.

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Hate Is The New Love: Mobb Deep vs 2Pac


If you missed the first episode of OTU’s newest feature, then take the time to revisit here.

Into this week’s business.

What many people don’t realise is that 2Pac and Biggie’s feud wasn’t just exclusive to them. Hip-hop’s most infamous rivalry spilled into studios with artists who had never even worked with the originators, feeling their dignity had been violated and now wanted their shit on record.

The beef started when Tha Dogg Pound’s New York, New York filtered over to the East Coast. Mobb Deep took offence and responded with Queensbridge counterparts Tragedy Khadafi and Capone-N-Noreaga on LA, LA. Although both tracks call out their opposite coasts to ‘come outta town’, at this point, things were still rather innocuous…

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Underground Hip-Hop Part 5

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Click below for the 5th instalment of the revered UGHH series. As always, there are both new artists and slightly more established artists that you may have missed.

We haven’t had one of these with individual tracks in a while, and there’s a lot of stuff that I’ve been sitting on, so this is a Special Edition with 13 tracks. Thank me later.

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Underground Hip-Hop Part 3

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It seems as though what began as a regular post has now become a series in its own right. The stats for these posts are crazy, so first off: Thanks!

Here’s part 3, and again, we’ve got all sorts of hip-hop in here. It’s also very feature-heavy, so there are a lot of different rappers in this one.

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Underground Hip-Hop

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There’s an awful lot of music that gets put out to the internet each and every day. A lot of it will be artists that you’ve never heard of, but will have big followings. Trying to follow underground hip-hop is a difficult task, and sometimes it’s best to stick to a few names and follow them. This post is dedicated to some of those names you may have missed and gives you a sample of them.

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