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Small Professor is Releasing the Instrumentals to Vic Spencer’s Album “Mudslide” Feb. 10th

Follow @DopeGoAnywhere Both incredibly prolific individually, Small Professor brings more life back into his Vic Spencer collab with an instrumental version. Releasing February 10th, the collab was just one of…

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G Herbo – Survivor’s Remorse (Review)

Follow @DopeGoAnywhere While G Herbo has been a mainstay of Chicago drill and popular hiphop since 2014’s landmark mixtape Welcome to Fazoland, he was always a man apart from his…

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Open Mike Eagle – Component System with the Auto Reverse (Review)

Follow @DopeGoAnywhere The art rap scene has always existed nebulously in the grey area between hardcore, old school rhymes and deeply personal allegory. From an early barrage of flows and…

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Lucki & Babyface Ray Are The Next Duo to Look Out For

I’ve been thinking about changing the culture With a handful amount of collaborations under their belt, the duo has proven to be some of the best out right now. Blending…

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Lucki – Flawless Like Me (Review)

On the long-awaited debut, Lucki brings his most ambitious work to date. Spanning twenty-four tracks & nearly an hour, Lucki puts everything on the line with this release. Speaking on…

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Peezy – Only Built 4 Diamond Links (Review)

Follow Anywhere the Dope Go on Twitter A member of Detroit’s Team Eastside, he’s been active since the early 2010s. Here you can feel it, his vocal tone is subdued….

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Warhol.SS – 3PEAT EP (Review)

Warhol.SS is a name that alludes most. Somehow still underground despite so many years within the scene & plenty of cosigns, he continues to grow with each new release. This…

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Elvy the God – Lost Files (Review)

An artist from the city of Chicago, Elvy the God’s newest project is more a teaser than anything else. The fifteen minute album contains seven tracks that feel more like…

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Lupe Fiasco – Drill Music in Zion (Review)

There should be little debate anymore over Lupe Fiasco’s position as one of the greatest rappers of all time. If his early classics and mixtapes weren’t enough, his resurgence with…

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Uncovering: Brian Fresco & Tree – SoulMoney EP

Amongst the member’s of the Chance The Rapper & Vic Mensa driven group SAVEMONEY, one member’s sound strayed from his contemporaries. Brian Fresco’s album Mafioso proved the group’s sound to…

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Uncovering: Martin $ky – Everywhere But Here

Chicago Producer & rapper’s best tape still has not seemed to hit streaming. Despite his biggest song to date being on the tape, “Reach” with Saba, we still have not…

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OTF Nunu – Nuski Still Got Da Strap (Throwback Thrusday Review)

Lil Durk, multiple years after the initial Chicago drill wave that dominated the early 2010s, has reached new levels of stardom. His current music dominates airwaves, seemingly untouchable, dropping modern…