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“Jerseys” (previous review)

“Peachy” (previous review)

414 talent El-Shareef released a brand new EP last month for his followers to enjoy in partnership with popular music outlet DJ Booth.Net. The project is entitled Nonchalant and it contains a total of nine tracks. Two of the singles have been previously featured on the site. And the reviews for those singles can be found above. There is only one lone guest appearance on the collective but there is definitely no shortage of producers who were allowed to do their thing. See how the album pans out after the break.

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”SHABBA Freestyle” (preview)

The SAFS Crew team has cranked out another collaborative effort. This one comes from members: GREAT, Klassik, and Blizz McFly. The trio decided to add their flavor to the ever so popular “Shabba” by A$ap Ferg. They maintained the original instrumental with recording and mixing being handled by Mammyth. For anyone who may have missed the initial track, the production slays.

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Great America (listen/download)

Artist PC The Real is on a roll at the moment. He’s followed up the release of his premier solo project, Great America, with visuals for the lead single. The rundown on said single which happens to be “Welcome To Great America,” can be found via the site’s previous review. Thoughts on the rest of the mixtape are presented in the review as well.

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Channel 3 (listen/download)

“Road To Success” (previous review)

“Hitchhikers” (video review)

Since Channel 3 dropped last month, it has a been a highly buzzed about album. Hip-Hop heads just can’t seem to get enough of SAFS Crew affiliates: RTystic, Seismic, & Mammyth. The project makes for the Milwaukee trio’s debut release. Here is what was shared about the LP: “When you think of Channel 3, what comes to mind? Video-games and movies? It’s the channel that broadcasts whatever you want to see/hear. (…) The album offers a Hip-Hop sound with heavy electronic influences, production sounding like a mixture between 8-bit video-games and Flying Lotus, and lyrical content similar to A Tribe Called Quest (Press Release).” Top all of that off with guest appearances by respected Milwaukee artists like: Dana Coppa, Klassik, Sypher Lady X, etc; and one can’t help but to be curious about what Channel 3 has in store. Get a sample of what to expect after the break.