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Inglewood spitter Element Rhymes has been active all year and shows no signs of slowing down!

After countless singles and an EP, in recent weeks he’s dropped his take on Drake’s single with “5AM in Los Angeles” before dropping his Kendrick Lamar response, “Battle Royale.”

Today he’s dropped off the 4th single off the Crowned King project produced by Abstrakt Soundz. The track features Scavie Scoobs and Chicago native R&B singer Lo Diggs. Check it below!

 

Element Rhymes – Grinding (These Streets) (Feat. Scavie Scoobs & Lo Diggs) Audio

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Earlier this year Element linked up with Planet Asia for a record called “Reflection” also featuring C.Ray over production by Shae Money and then releasing his Crowned King” project – completely produced by Abstrakt Soundz. He also enlisted popular British musician/producer Bonobo for a sensational remix collaboration; “Who 2 Trust In LA.” Since then he’s dropped “Coming For The Throne” and “Stacks On Deck” featuring fellow emcee Mickie Ryan as well as a visual to the popular single, “Who 2 Trust In LA.”

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Yesterday we brought you footage of B-Real and Xzibit discussing their long overdue collaborative project “Serial Killers” with Demrick.

The release was first discussed exclusively with DubCNN.com in September 2010 and is set for release now on October 31st, 2013.

We can now bring you the expected tracklist – which indicates plenty of Xzibit verses as well as one from Kurupt – as well as the first track from the release titled “Body Bags.”

B-Real, Xzibit & Demrick – Serial Killers (Tracklist)

01) Six Million Ways
02) Darkness Falls
03) Dickies & Bandanas (Feat. Kurupt & Xzibit)
04) No Coming Back (Feat. Xzibit)
05) Get To It (Feat. Xzibit)
06) Wanted
07) The Dr’s In
08) Eaten Alive (Feat. Xzibit)
09) Angels Calling
10) Body Bags (Feat. Xzibit)

 

B-Real, Xzibit & Demrick – Body Bags (Audio)

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Stay tuned for more from the release on DubCNN.

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B-Real and Xzibit have released a video interview where X sits down in the SmokeBox to roll one up and talk about their long overdue collaborative project “Serial Killers.”

This project – first discussed exclusively with DubCNN.com in September 2010 – will feature West Coast Up and Comer Demrick.

In this video interview the two share some details about the project, as well as contrast their solo and group careers, favorite weed, rolling papers and go in on Miley Cyrus’s ass resembling the back of a chicken! Watch that below and stay tuned for media and video from “Serial Killers” before it drops on Halloween.

 

B-Real & Xzibit Discuss “Serial Killers” Project with Demrick & Discuss Careers (Video)

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If you missed what Demrick – then known as Young De – said to DubCNN about that project read it here or below!

DubCNN: People are probably confused, like who is Young De with? They see you on tour with B-Real, next they see you on tour with Xzibit?

De: I’m Audio Hustla family all day, but I roll with Xzibit and we do what we do. Me, Xzibit and B-Real are actually working on a project together called Serial Killers.

DubCNN: Hold on, Young De, B-Real and Xzibit doing an album?

De: Yeah it’s going down, we’re already into it, it’s probably gonna be a digital Ep first. It’s in the works about how we’re gonna do it, but we’re working on it and it’s cracking. I roll with everybody. People who know me from dubcnn for a long time, they know I came out here through Kurupt. So first I was affiliated with the Dogg Pound Family tree, then started fuckin’ with Cypress Hill and B-Real and now I’m fuckin’ with Xzibit. Real recognize real and those are legends, I feel lucky to be around them.

 

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Today – September 7th – would’ve been the 50th birthday of Eric “Eazy-E” Wright known now to legions of fans as “The Godfather Of Gangsta Rap.”

The legendary founder of Ruthless Records and pioneering Gangsta Rap group N.W.A. died on March 26, 1995, aged only 31.

Despite limited posthumous music releases, his legacy has endured for the last 20 years thanks to a loyal fanbase and his undeniable impact on Hip-Hop as a whole. Today, as we reported back in May, Eazy-E will appear on stage once again thanks to the power of 3D technology as a “hologram” alongside Ol’ Dirty Bastard at the 10th Rock The Bells festival in Los Angeles.

As our own tribute to the legend on this landmark date we are bringing you his “”Greatest Hits” album, released as “Eternal E” on November 28, 1995 just months after his untimely death.

Today take a moment to remember Eazy-E whether you are at work or on the go by listening to “Eternal E” below.

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01) Boyz-n-the-Hood (Remix)
02) 8 Ball (Feat. N.W.A)
03) Eazy-Duz-It
04) Eazy-er Said Than Dunn
05) No More ?’s
06) We Want Eazy (Feat. Dr. Dre, MC Ren)
07) Nobody Move
08) Radio
09) Only If You Want It
10) Neighborhood Sniper
11) I’d Rather Fuck You (Feat. N.W.A. & CPO Boss Hogg)
12) Automobile (Feat. N.W.A.)
13) Niggaz My Height Don’t Fight
14) Eazy Street

R.I.P. Eazy-E (1963-1995)

 

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San Jose veteran emcee, Opski Chan, drops his first single off his upcoming project which is due before the year is up.

“Wizardry” is produced by Sol plus 10. There will be visual dropping for the track soon.

 

 Opski Chan – Wizardry (Audio)

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Dizzy Wright releases another visual off The Golden Age. “World Peace” is produced by Rikio.

Check out the visuals, which are directed by George Orozco, below.

 

Dizzy Wright – World Peace (Video)

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Rey Resurreccion releases a new single, “Game” featuring Bambu, A-1, Equipto & DJ Cutso.

The track, which is produced by Nima Fadavi can be listened to or downloaded below!

 

Rey Resurreccion – Game (Feat. Bambu, A-1, Equipto & DJ Cutso) Audio

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Hodgy Beats drops a new visual off “Karateman” off Untitled 2 EP.

Another dope visual from the Odd Future camp. Check it out below:

 

 Hodgy Beats – Karateman (Video)

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