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Once You Hear Blade Icewood, You’ll Never Listen to Detroit Trap the Same

Follow @DopeGoAnywhere Detroit trap is arguably the hottest thing in rap since the new decade began. Often with upbeat production, skittery Bay-influenced flows, and over the top punchlines, it’s given…

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The Lexicons of Hip-Hop Cult Followings

Follow @DopeGoAnywhere One of the coolest aspects of any music culture is the way a secret code develops among its loyal fans. There was a time when everybody was wearing…

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What’s Next For Bombastic Backpacker Rob Sonic?

Follow @DopeGoAnywhere Despite being a member of some of hip-hop’s greatest crews and delivering cult classics, Rob Sonic is a bit quiet these days and doesn’t get much love outside…

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Mick Jenkins Is Solidified As One of Hip-Hop’s Most Consistent Artists

Follow @DopeGoAnywhere For a stretch in the 2010s, the entire internet had Mick Jenkins fever: or, more specifically, The Water (s) fever. Coming up with the Free Nation collective, Mick’s…

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A Guide to the Classic, Yet Forgotten Miami Bass Scene

Follow @DopeGoAnywhere Everyone remembers G-Funk, New Orleans Bounce, Memphis Horrorcore, and more, but when it comes to Miami Bass, there aren’t many classics or stars to speak of. For a…

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An Introduction to: Hus Kingpin

Follow Anywhere the Dope Go on Twitter A cornerstone of the New York revival scene who has gone tragically unappreciated, Hus Kingpin’s discography and history in the game run deep….