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Dope... Nowness Presents: Adrian Younge in “New Soul Rebel”

I credit King Britt for bringing this short film to my attention. Malik Hassan Sayeed and Arthur Jafa created a dope piece about one of the dopest producers, Adrian Younge. 58 more words

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RZA Calls For "50% Cap" Hard Limit On Retroactive Copyright Sample Payments

RZA says there should be a limit on how much an artist can recover after parts of their songs were sampled without consent.

After Pharrell and Robin Thicke were sued for $7.3 million the question of how much artists or their estates can recover via a copyright lawsuit has been brought to a forefront. 285 more words

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Weekly Record Store Wrap Up (3/16 – 3/22)

I really didn’t get many albums this week and actually, I didn’t go into a store at all! Sneaky Mr. Richard was in town for a doctor’s appointment and made his way to Underground Hip Hop. 207 more words

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BRICK MANSIONS (2014) - My rating: 7.5/10

Brick Mansions was one of the last movies made with the late Paul Walker.  It’s also one of the best films I’ve seen him in. 197 more words

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Snoh Aalegra - Emotional (Video)

Snoh Aalegra’s collaboration with The RZA gets the visual treatment. The singer/songwriter’s debut EP, There Will Be Sunshine, is available now on iTunes.

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EXCLUSIVE: Masta Killa Weighs In On Wu-Tang Clan's 88 Year Commercial Hold For "Once Upon A Time" LP

(AllHipHop News) There has been a lot of discussion this week about Wu-Tang Clan’s secret Once Upon A Time In Shaolin album. After news broke the one-of-a-kind art piece will not be available for… 494 more words

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Method Man Talks Issues With Wu-Tang Clan's "Once Upon A Time" Album, Producer Cilvaringz, & XXL (VIDEO)

(AllHipHop News) Wu-Tang Clan members Method Man and RZA had different opinions on the group’s Once Upon A Time In Shaolin album. RZA wants to make the project exclusive, auction it off to the highest bidder, and keep it from commercial use for 88 years. 385 more words

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