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Trends of Culture – Valley of the Skinz (1993) (Video)

Early 90's group Trends of Culture were one of the many hip hop groups to sample the vibraphonist Roy Ayers.

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The Blackbyrds / Wiz Khalifa – Mysterious Vibes / Ink My Whole Body (1977/2008)

Wiz Khalifa's tattoo anthem may sound arrogant to some, but one thing is for sure is that this song couldn't have been made without this 1970's classic song by The Blackbyrds.

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Big K.R.I.T., 4evaNaDay, and Southern Sensibilities

The South has been castigated for its colorful stories and upbeat rhythms and undervalued for its exploration of everyday struggles and soulful production. Situated in the middle is Big K.R.I.T.

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Herbie Hancock – I Thought It Was You (Video) (Circa 1980)

Herbie Hancock's early adaptation of the vocoder was masterful in this late 70s classic song.

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Gregory Porter – 1960 What? (Video) (2011)

An excellent song with visuals to match, Gregory Porter has an instant classic with this thought provoking song.

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Esperanza Spalding – Black Gold (Video) (2012)

After her stunning Oscar performance, we take a look at Esperanza Spalding's anthemic lead single, "Black Gold"

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Yuna – Live Your Life (Prod. by Pharrell) (Video) (2012)

Enjoy the visuals to Yuna's beautiful song, "Live Your Life".

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Cavalier – Searchin' (Video) (Download)

Brooklyn rapper Cavalier uses a Roy Ayers classic to inspire this particular video and song.

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Saigon – Preacher (Produced by Just Blaze) (Video) (2011)

NYC based emcee Saigon addresses a controversial topic in his newest video entitled "Preacher".

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Diz Gibran – Truly Yours (Acoustic Version) (2009)

West Coast native Diz Gibran impresses with a stripped down version of his personal record, "Truly Yours."

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Add-2 – Cotton Fields (with Lyrics) (Video) (2012)

In honor of Martin Luther King day, we would like to shed some light on Chicago emcee Add-2, and his more than relevant song and video entitled "Cotton Fields".

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M.E.D. – Blaxican (Video) (2011)

Stonesthrow emcee M.E.D. gives an excellent perspective on Black and Brown unity.

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Undun – The Importance of The Roots

The importance of the Roots newest album,Undun is outlined, as we take a look at the "concept album."

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Erykah Badu’s Most Profound Song

Over 10 years later, Bag Lady is still a recording like no other, and here are a few reasons why.

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Freestyle Fellowship / José James – Park Bench People (Audio + Video) (1993/2008)

Soul Singer José James recognizes the Freestyle Fellowship's song "Park Bench People" as an inspiration for music and vision.

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Georgia Anne Muldrow – Run Away (Video) (2009)

Listen to the unique sounds AND visuals that Georgia Anne Muldrow offers in her 2009 single entitled "Run Away".

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DTMD: Makin' Dollas (Review) (Audio + Video) (2011)

A Hip Hop duo by the name DTMD has an authentic sound that can be appreciated by any vintage connoisseur while displaying a new sound of the 'Mello Music' family.

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Ahmad Jamal / Common Sense – Resurrection (1970/1994)

We recognize the excellence of Ahmad Jamal as we celebrate the anniversary of one of Hip Hop's most significant releases...Common Sense's 'Resurrection' album.

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Gil Scott-Heron – The Bottle (Video) (1974)

Gil Scott-Heron's visual portrayal of NYC in the 1970's, along with his famed lyrics of 'The Bottle'.

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Erykah Badu – Gone Baby, Don’t be Long (Video) (2010)

Directed by Flying Lotus, Erykah Badu's latest video from her latest album entitled New Amerykah Part Two: Return of the Ankh

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