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Tragedy Khadafi – The Auraport LP | @tragedykhadafi

After a very brief hiatus, one of Queens’ legendary spitters is back! Tragedy Khadafi returns with a 30 track album featuring some of the hip hop’s heavy hitters such as M.O.P. (“Stand Up”), Capone & Noreaga (“T.O.N.Y.”), Shabaam Sahdeeq ("Modernized Symphony"), Havoc of Mobb Deep (“Camouflage Unicorns”) & the late Sean Price (“Ink Pen”) & more with cuts from DJ Aki...


@OGeffyoofeat. @audibledoctor & @aironazure – “God Hates Me”

Whether or not you’re a man or woman of God, we all face moments in our lives where we put our personal faith in question. That goes for whether it’s a particularly trying time or a situation where doing the wrong thing seems right. Either way, anyone can relate to the core feelings of Eff Yoo’s stirring new video, “God Hates Me,” featuring The Audible Doctor and Airon Azure. The stor...


@OGeffyoo – “The Eff Word”

Over the years, Queens has more than proven itself as a fertile breeding ground for Hip-Hop acts. It’s no surprise, then, that a rising artist from the borough would want to show love to his stomping grounds. That’s exactly what we have here with Eff Yoo’s colorful new video for "The Eff Word,” the brassy title track off his forthcoming LP, produced entirely by Rediculus. The video, whi...


@RockMecca feat. @D_Real_Ratigan – “Prizefights” (prod. by @JakePalumbo)

Rock Mecca is an emcee from Queens NY, whose critically acclaimed debut Pirate Radio Star was released on September 2012 on indie label Rebel Vein Entertainment. One of the best kept secrets on the streets of New York for the last two years, Rock's upcoming Ironworld is set to propel him into the spotlight with everyone in the know buzzing from what's been heard thus far. “Prizefights” f...


T.H.E.M. Recordings Artist @ElijahMiguel Releases His LP “Being Myself”

MJ: Astoria and T.H.E.M. Recordings Hip Hop Artist Elijah Miguel just released his album “Being Myself” and tonight he will tell all in this exclusive interview. Elijah thank you for taking time out for MJ and for Writter’s Block. EM: Thank you MJ. I appreciate you reaching out to me. MJ: Before we jump in with the release of your album, tell everyone a little bit about yourself. W...


@ElijahMiguel – Being Myself

Originally from Ravenswood Projects, Queens emcee Elijah Miguel is no stranger to hip-hop or the streets. A mic veteran who has been writing since the age of 8 years old, he masterfully communicates the solution to the epidemic plaguing the hip-hop culture. He made his rhyming debut in 2003 and has since built his reputation as one of New York's elite by consistently dropping stellar featured vers...


@IAMDREADYKRUGER Talks Life, Pain, Music, and Being Real

MJ: MJ here, your favorite "Writter" with Writter's Block. Tonight taking time to chop it up for a second time with MJ is Queens bred THEM recordings artist, Dready Kruger. Dready, thank you for taking time out for MJ and Writter's Block. The last time we spoke you were just working on your album "Dreadful with Avengence". Since then the album has been released and is available now to purchase...


@TragedyKhadafi feat. Thea van Seijen – “Nuff Said”

Independent clothing brand Nuff Said Amsterdam and directors Fin Renard & Jarret Robertson takes you from New York to Amsterdam along with Queens veteran Tragedy Khadafi in the video for Nuff Said's self-titled concept single, which includes a jazzy vocal from Thea van Seijen. The video shows a young woman's journey through the European city as Tragedy spits hard lyrics in the streets of New Y...


@NutsoPPM – “Make It Hot”

The work of a block boy is never complete. From keeping your clientele stocked, to watching your back, days turn to night, nights turn to years. As a saint up to his neck in sinners, Nutso knows the ebb and flow of the game, and how it's to be played. The Queens-based spitter has been entrenched in his craft as of late, keeping both the streets and the net in step to his next move. In joining forc...


@AnikKhan_ – “Khanversations”

The first words that you hear on the track is "First of all, fuck everybody." With all of these monotonous beats floating around in hip hop right now, this guy is bound to break the mold and best believe, he is not playing around. The Dhaka-born, Queens raised emcee feels that hip hop has gotten too commercialized and is taking no shorts. Anik crushes competition with his lyrical style that will p...


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