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DJ Premier feat. Cherub – My Space Baby [Video]

Posted on May 12, 2017

DJ Premier teams up with Nashville based Electro-Indie duo Cherub on his new single "My Space Baby".

"Jordan and I were introduced over the phone after my manager put me on to their music" Premier tells Billboard. "This was back in 2014 while I was on the PRhyme Tour during our stop in Houston. I saw their video for 'Doses and Mimosas' and immediately knew that, like me, they are crazy in the head; so I totally got it. They are self produced, so they do not use outside producers and I was impressed with how much Jordan knew about Gang Starr’s history and my career, so we linked up after my tour ended."

Watch the music video above.

P-Lo – More Than Anything [Album Stream]

Posted on May 12, 2017

Bay Area native P-Lo drops off his new album, "More Than Anything". The 15-track offering includes features from G-Eazy, E-40, Marc E. Bassy, Iamsu! and more.

Press play below and hit iTunes for a download.

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Prince – Our Destiny/Roadhouse Garden [Audio]

Posted on May 12, 2017

Here's a new song from the upcoming special deluxe edition of Prince's magnum opus, "Purple Rain". Press play on "Our Destiny/Roadhouse Garden" below.

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T-Pain – You Don’t Know Shit [Audio x Download]

Posted on May 12, 2017

T-Pain shares a new freebie for the fans called "You Don't Know Shit". Stream/download below.

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Madeintyo – Kanazawa-Bunko [Beat Tape]

Posted on May 12, 2017

MadeinTYO hits us with a new beat tape titled "Kanazawa-Bunko". Hit play below.

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Sheik Kargbo – The Speakeasy Experience [Album Stream]

Posted on May 12, 2017

Sheik Kargbo releases his new album, "The Speakeasy Experience".

Says Sheik Kargbo:

“With this album I wanted the listener to hear it from me, my experiences. Like a one-stop shop of Hip-Hop, where the instrumental and the lyrics would develop from the same mind.”

Take a listen below and make sure to pick up a copy on iTunes.

Banks & Steelz (RZA & Paul Banks) – Who Needs The World [Audio]

Posted on May 12, 2017

RZA and Paul Banks return as Banks & Steelz with a new track titled "Who Needs The World". Press play below.

Paranoid Activity w/ Prodigy & Rick Ross [Video]

Posted on May 12, 2017

Remember that Prodigy line off the remix of "I Shot Ya," where he said "Illuminati want my mind, soul, and my body," P raps on the LL Cool J track. "Secret society trying to keep their eye on me."

Today MASS APPEAL brings you the premiere episode of Paranoid Activity, a new video series hosted by Prodigy himself. Asking the questions others are afraid to address, Paranoid Activity fearlessly delves into all those ominous conspiracy theories you've always wondered about, but never had the guts to investigate.

P is hardly the first rapper to be fascinated by the arcane machinations of these clandestine organizations that are said to pull the strings behind the scenes. Ever since 1776, when professor Adam Weishaupt established the Order of the Illuminati, the secret society has exuded a strange mystique, given its ties to the Freemasons and fondness for arcane Rosicrucian rituals.

In the hip hop era, rumors have circulated that certain music moguls—like Shawn "Jay Z" Carter, for instance—have expanded their empires by making a deal with the Devil and harnessing supernatural forces by harnessing the power of the dark arts.

Paranoid Activity brings these furtive whispers out of the shadows and into the light for the good of all mankind. In today's episode, P welcomes Miami rap icon Rick Ross, whose ninth studio album Rather You Than Me further solidified his standing as one of the greatest MCs of our time.

"Sign me up!" Rozay replied when asked point-blank if he is a card-carrying member of the malevolent organization.

"I’ve been making music for 20 years," Ross elaborated. "I went over 10 years without making a dime in this. If I was gonna join the Illuminati, I would've. Don't get me wrong. I would've. But i woulda done it back then… before my niggas went to jail."

"I was so proud the first time I heard a nigga talk 'bout I was illuminati," added the Bawse. "I swear to fuckin' God I wanted to drink champagne and roll up some weed. I finally made it bitch! I'm above you stupid motherfuckers!"

Check out the video above, as Ross explains the meaning behind the Maybach Music logo and exposes the machinations behind his controversial track "Idols Become Rivals," which puts Birdman on blast while defending the honor of Ross's homie DJ Khaled.

"I’m from Miami, where Haitians do voodoo," Ross explains in the clip, detailing the slaughtering of goats—"all of us would grab a leg—we fin’ to chop the head off, drain the blood." If that's not enough to get your heart racing, Rozay's voodoo hex surely will.