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Mix: Old’s Cool – The Finest Materials 12

Mixing vinyl since the age of 16, Old’s Cool (29, Cologne, Germany) is dedicated to old classics, putting them together with contemporary flavors. He loves different kind of genres—ranging from 60s soul to 70s funk and a bit of latin/reggae—but…
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Listen: Black Milk – Gold Piece (feat. Bun B)

Detroit producer/emcee Black Milk hasn’t stayed quiet after the release of No Poison No Paradise last year. First releasing an EP earlier this year, Glitches In The Break, and now getting set to release his next full length project, If…
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Video: Run DMC – Christmas In Hollis (New All-Star Hip Hop Medley)

An international cast of hip hop artists joined forces to reinvent Run DMC’s holiday classic from 1987, “Christmas In Hollis.” The medley includes contributions by Deltron 3030, Shad, Camp Lo, Pete Rock, Kardinal Offishall, Eternia, SonReal, and Canadian hip hop legend Maestro Fresh-Wes. The green screen video is a bit awkward, but it’s a fun watch to see Shad getting his Slick Rick on, Kid Koala cold chillin’ as Santa, and Pete Rock’s holiday wishes would make a great Christmas e-card.
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Stream: Blu – The Clean Hand (Prod. Pete Rock)

You might already know this track as an old unmastered leak, but we’re stoked that a proper release finally sees daylight. “The Clean Hand” is a smooth-as-butter collaboration by Blu and your favourite producer’s favourite producer, Pete Rock. So(ul) amazing rhymes over a laid back beat…
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Mix: R.R.R. (Real Recognize Real)

R.R.R. stands for Real Recognize Real, and this new selection from The Find contributor Anna Piranty explores the roots of golden era hip hop and current boom bap mining for strains of dusty beats and straight up flows. Anna has…
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Video: Nottz – Turn It Up (ft. Pete Rock)

Producer/emcee NOTTZ and soul brother Pete Rock join forces for this new raw video for “Turn It Up”, a track off the recent EP In My Mind. Look past the stereotypical hip hop shots and cheesy graffiti fonts, because the track is really dope.