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  I always dig when re-editors take a track and make it really DJ friendly. Worcester’s resident editor, Gavin Richardson, has taken this Stezo’s “To The Max” and added some punch drums, extended intros, outros and a slightly longer break to get you DJs smoothly onto the next track if for some[…]

My mom is a pretty cool person! She has given birth to the coolest person in my life, me. She also has this uncanny ability to still remember all the stupid, little things that I love. One of those things that I’m a sucker for is the decade of the 80’s.[…]

  Black Dave has once again brought us some rap from Charleston’s underground rap movement. This slow moving jam brings back his style from the Owl Eyes Mixtape. The first thing that you will hear is an almost chopped and screwed beat containing samples from Art of Noise’s “Moments in Love.”[…]

It looks like the infamous duo is back at it again! However, with a different turn. It seems that team of Method Man and Redman are taking a different route of that closely resembles something that came out of the Jungle Brothers playbook. (see Jungle Brothers – “I’ll House You) The track[…]

I’ve never been a fan of Jimmy Fallon. (Even when he was on the cast of Saturday Night Live.) However, when I find something funny. It’s funny regardless who does it. Jimmy Fallon and his crew have done another awesome video edit of Brian Williams. This time, he’s flowing to Sir[…]

When you hear “Charleston, South Carolina” what images pop into your head? Tourists, crappy drivers, beaches, douchebags getting kneed by Jim Cantore, a gaggle of douchbags on TV? Who knows? Probably the last thought on your mind was “underground rap scene.” Believe it or not, Charleston does have one. It’s definitely not[…]