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10 ESSENTIAL TRACKS

Trey Gee and @Str8Official Mag Presents 10 Essential @RickRoss Tracks

TREY GEE RICK ROSS

This week’s essential ten piece is courtesy of Official Trey Gee and YBEMG Media. Ricky Rozay is one of the most iconic rappers and businessmen currently in the industry. The Miami-Dade County rapper owns several franchises of Wing Stop as well as he founded the record label Maybach Music Group with nine albums under his belt, several mixtapes, and a tenth album Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill otw in 2018. Check out the 10 piece and tell us your favs.

 

 

 

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@DJMALONEPRO & @STR8OFFICAL MAG PRESENTS 10 ESSENTIAL @KENDRICKLAMAR TRACKS

MALONE K DOT

A big thanks to DJ Malone for this weeks essential 10 piece, Kendrick Lamar. The Compton rapper took the world by storm beginning with his major label debut, good kid, m.A.A.d city, released in 2012, and he’s continued to blow our minds. The lyricist has been criticized for some of his performances, one being the 2015 BET Awards, “This is why I say that hip-hop has done more damage to young African-Americans than racism in recent years. This is exactly the wrong message,” Rivera said when touching on this “Alright” line: “And we hate po-po/ Wanna kill us dead in the street, fo sho.” And again in 2016, he was censored by CBS during his Grammy performance. KDot has made “conscious” rap mainstream again, and we’re all here for it. Check out Malone’s list below and #10 on via YouTube.

 

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@DJNIABOOM & @STR8OFFICIAL MAG PRESENTS 10 ESSENTIAL #SMIFNWESSUN TRACKS

NIA SMIF

This week’s essential 10 piece was compiled by  Straight Official Mag’s co-editor DJ Nia Boom! The Brownsville, Brooklyn hip-hop duo  Tek and Steele have been rockin’ stages since the 90’s.  The Jamaican Patois speaking group debuted on Black Moon’s 1993 album Enta da Stage, appearing on the tracks “Blac Smif-N-Wessun” and “U Da Man”. They released their first single “Bucktown” b/w “Let’s Git It On” in early 1994. Check out the videos below, and let us know your fav!

 

 

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