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In the midst of the release of the long awaited biopic of the late Tupac Shakur and all of it’s hype, Milwaukee talent Larry Bull decided to unleash a single fit for the occasion. It’s a tribute to the 90’s West Coast era of Hip-Hop produced by Mike-a-Knight coined “American Love.” Continue reading after the break for further details.

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Up and coming Chicago rapper T.Z. released his mixtape L.I.T. (Life Is Tremendous) not too long ago. He has told us that this mixtape shows his own creation of Psychedelic Gangsta Rap. So think of Cypress Hill or early Snoop Dogg. Using his own team of producers, T.Z. takes us on a trip of what it takes to make it in Chi-City. It seems like the usual money, hoes, clothes, and dro themes but it has an Alice in Homieland twist.

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Kal’L’s Top 8 Favorite Mainstream Collabs has come down to the final two entries. Seems like time just flew by, huh? And these entries may come as a bit of surprise as they aren’t the crooner’s typical R&B or Pop music flavors. Instead they are both Hip-Hop selections. And timeless selections at that. The number two entry is “Nothin’ But A G Thang” by legendary heavy hitters Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg.

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One to the two to the three to the four, Snoop Lion doesn’t think gays can flow. Well not really, but really. Snoop Lion (oh girl) said earlier last week that Hip-Hop is too masculine to be gay. He’s okay with gay marriage, just not gay rappers. That basically Frank Ocean‘s coming out party doesn’t count. His direct quote in Daily News says: “Frank Ocean ain’t no rapper. He’s a singer. It’s acceptable in the singing world, but in the Rap world I don’t know if it will ever be acceptable because Rap is so masculine. It’s like a football team. You can’t be in a locker room full of motherf—-g tough-ass dudes, then all of a sudden say, ‘Hey man, I like you.’ You know, that’s going to be tough.”

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World meet Jay Regal. Jay Regal is an emcee / producer from our great city of Milwaukee. He prides himself on making real quality original music from his soul that also appeals to music lovers. He has released two mixtapes to date: Terminal Illness and The Dark5ideThe Dark5ide being the project shown above. Jay Regal’s ultimate goal is to go down in Hip-Hop history as one of the greats. You know, to be one of those emcees that Hip-Hop heads get into passionate debates about.  How close is he to obtaining said goal? Let’s dive into The Dark5ide and find out.