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Death Row. Roc-A-Fella. Bad Boy. Murder Inc. No Limit. G-Unit. Just like Young Money, these labels too, have had their reign at the top. But just as Sir Isaac Newton once said, “What goes up, must come down.” And boy is it coming down. I’ve been watching Young Money for a few months now, because I started to notice the crumbling of their empire. Now if you’re a Hip-Hop head like me, then what’s happening in Young Money is nothing more than history repeating itself. Albums being pushed back, the workers becoming more famous than the boss, disgruntled artists, and so on. It’s been done. And a lot more entertainingly I might add. So lets explore Young Money and the repeating history.

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Thought it would be fitting to round out the month with the final solo leak from long time site affiliate Son Em’ All. It is intriguingly dubbed “Napalm Rain” and serves as the second exclusive that has been shared from his forthcoming project, Hoodie Chronicles: Reloaded. So has the best leak been saved for last? Find out after the break.

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“See Me Fall” (previous review)

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The 4th quarter for the Milwaukee music scene is going to be blazing. And getting the ball rolling is the one and only Cardiac Da Pulse (Red Division Music). Just yesterday (10/29) he finally released his debut solo effort, The Shaded Grey EP. It’s a ten track collective described as an account of Cardiac’s life juggling the traditional ups & downs of being a Black male along with the trials & tribulations of trying to make it in the music industry. There are a handful of guest appearances as well as a healthy assortment of producers that were involved with the album. Venture beyond the break to see which singles did the best job of capturing the site’s attention.

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With his highly anticipated mixtape Body Bagz dropping just two days from now on Halloween, Bull JR (Higher Education Records) decided to share one last song off of the project for his supporters. It’s called “Schemin” and once again sees him teaming up with producer ID Labs. Check out The Illixer‘s take on the track after the break.