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The years 2017 and 2018 have been dubbed the reboot of the 90s. From television shows to fashion, but Hip-Hop beef? Yes, Hip-Hop beef. And no, I don’t mean that crap you yougins are used to. You new wave fans are used to Rap beef being who has the funniest meme or who went the hardest on Instagram. But thanks to Terrance Hatch aka Pusha T, the Summer is turning into 1995. Somebody please pass me my Cross Color hoodie.

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Khalil is a Brooklyn talent who was referred to the site by our friends over at the Divine Atoms collective. He specializes in Neo -Soul and Hip-Hop. He has garnered comparisons to everyone from Andre 3000 to Frank Ocean to D’Angelo. At the moment, he is circulating various tunes in the hopes of expanding his fan base and media network. He has a full length project in the works for a Summer release and wants as many people to experience it as possible. He shared two tracks with The Illixer: “Surface” and “Buddy (So Fly).” This review will take a look at the latter.

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“Bringing Down The House” (watch here)

Alas, this week marked the end of season one of Oxygen’s new hit reality series Sisterhood Of Hip Hop. It’s sad to see the ladies go but they went out on a memorable note. Diamond kicked off the top of the finale by sitting down with Nyemiah Supreme and explaining to her why she wouldn’t be participating in the ladies’ showcase. With her new brand comes a new style and she wasn’t quite ready to share it all with the world. Sounds a little suspect but she agreed to come out and support. So that’s a plus. She then went on to make her non-participation up to the ladies by surprising them with an afternoon with her mentor and good friend Eve. This proved to be the icing on the cake as Eve dished out some experienced sisterly advice and the girls got to take it all in. They also extended an invite to their showcase to the raptress and she readily accepted. That’s pretty dope.

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“Momma Drama” (watch here)

Sisterhood Of Hip Hop kicked off this week with the conclusion of Nyemiah Supreme‘s meeting with her manager Alex. Alex gives her the info on a celebrity acting coach that should be able to help her tap into her problems. Nyemiah doesn’t seemed too thrilled about it. But it’s her only option if she wants to keep Alex on her team. Brianna Perry on the other hand is having a much better time. She’s playing her new record for heavy hitters: E Class, Fat Joe, and Rick Ross. The trio have all been around Brianna since she was younger and so she values their input. They love her single and offer her a few jewels for her career. Most of which is revolves around the fact that her mother is her manager. After which, she doesn’t have the heart to tell her mentors that she fired her mother and is now managing herself.