Category Archives: EP

Today In Carolina Hip Hop History: February 24, 2012 Rapsody (@RapsodyMusic) Releases The Black Mamba EP

Today In Carolina Hip Hop History, Rapsody released The Black Mamba EP on February 24, 2012. The Black Mamba was Rapsody’s first EP. It dropped on Jamla Records and in the same year as her first album The Idea of … Continue reading

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EP Review: Dirty Dave (@DirtyDaveDDE) ‘Dirty Dave’

There’s going to be a day when somebody finally gets serious, produces then release a documentary on Charleston’s hip hop cultural roots. When (if?) that happens, it’s going to be a very interesting piece. Especially the part about Chucktown’s independent … Continue reading

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Cyrano Sinatra (@CyranoSinatra) ‘Freedom Aint Free’ Tracklist + Artwork (EP)

On June 19, 2013 Raleigh, NC’s Cyrano Sinatra will be dropping an EP entitled the Freedom Aint Free EP. June 19 is the historic date nationalliy known as Juneteenth. Juneteenth is also known as Emancipation Day, recognized in 42 of … Continue reading

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The Top Carolina Hip Hop Releases Of 2012

Well y’all, 2012 is officially about over. Are you happy with how your brand prospered and flourished in 2012? Did you achieve all of the intended goals for your business? In 2012, the Carolina hip hop scene had a great … Continue reading

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