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31 2014 Oct
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Premiere: Prince Royal (of The Voyagers) – Self Discovery (Mixtape)

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Prince Royal has been releasing new material over the course of the last few weeks and today we finally get his Self Discovery LP. The 23-track project includes features from The Voyagers, Funk Gero’s The Sloth, and more. Utilizing multiple sides of his personality, Prince Royal takes listeners on a voyage of discovery:

The Self Discovery LP is The Voyage of Discovery – A Mental & Physical Journey, Discover yourself dont let yourself discover you. Eye took The Journey. Brought my Alter-Ego’s along – Post Meridiem (Zeus) & Post Mortem (Hades), they learned to Balance each other out. Also brought The Voyagers & The Sloth along on the journey. Eye advise you to pack your bags with your flaws, leaving your possessions at home, and Take the Journey. – Prince Royal

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31 2014 Oct
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Avenue – Friday (feat. Michael Christmas) [prod. Latrell James]

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“Friday” is what happens when three of Boston’s finest artists come together on a track. Channeling the greatness that is Friday, Avenue laces the Latrell James production with bars about the struggles he faces (and overcomes) on the daily, while Michael Christmas provides a guest verse full of his characteristically humorous wordplay. “Friday” will live on Avenue’s Chandelier View project which is scheduled to drop in November.

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31 2014 Oct
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LH (of purpVarsity) – Bermuda [prod. LookinHigher]

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purpVarsity’s resident 3rd-Eye revolutionary took over purpsDay last night, releasing a self-produced new track. LH drops science, knowledge, and everything in between throughout “Bermuda”, as his pV brother Leaf Madtic provides some additional vocals.

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31 2014 Oct
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Glenn Beck & Prince Ea – Green Couch Interview (Video)

Glenn Beck & Prince Ea – Green Couch Interview (Video)

Last month, following the release of Prince Ea’s “Why I Think This World Should End” spoken word piece, Glenn Beck invited Ea onto his show for an interview and now we get the second interview between the two. Much more in-depth than their previous interview, The Blaze-presented “Green Couch Interview” features Beck and Ea discussing Prince Ea’s backstory, his hopes and goals, hip-hop, religion, and more.

This is a really great interview that really highlights how genuine Ea is as he works to spread love and light across the globe. Based on the interactions between the two over the course of the last month, I’d say it’s safe to presume this won’t be the last time Ea and Beck link up with each other. My perception of Beck has really changed as of late thanks to the back and forth he’s been having with Prince Ea, which only goes to show that perception really does shape your reality.

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31 2014 Oct
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Prince Ea – What If… (Video)

Prince Ea – What If… (Video)

In 30 seconds Prince Ea is able to share a more meaningful and thought provoking video than most can accomplish with a full-length music video or documentary. As always, you don’t have to agree with Ea but it’s certainly worth taking a moment to think about the ideas he’s been sharing as of late.

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31 2014 Oct
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Chris Webby – R.A.D. (Roll A Doobie) [prod. Kato] (Video)

Chris Webby – R.A.D. (Roll A Doobie) [prod. Kato] (Video)

After years of busting his ass and putting in work, Chris Webby released his debut album earlier this week and he certainly shut up a lot of his doubters. The project showcased just how much Webby has grown as an artist and as a person since he dropped his first mixtape in 2009. Today we get the official visuals for one of my favorite tracks off Chemically Imbalanced, the Kato-produced “R.A.D. (Roll A Doobie)”. Be sure to check out Chemically Imbalanced if you haven’t already and be on the lookout for upcoming interviews with both Webby and Funk Volume’s Kato. Now excuse me while I follow Webby’s advice and roll one up.

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