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Mayalino – “BirdDay”

While not as high-profile as Trinidad James, Mayalino has enjoyed breakout success here in the final days of 2012. The Houston rapper has caught the attention of the hip hop world with the songs off his BirdDay mixtape. Now, Mayalino has officially released the project. Mannie Fresh, Jadakiss, Pusha T, Bun

Breeding Ground, the DMV Area: Home of hip hop’s newest and next stars

By Hardcore Critic Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Hip hop has hit several cities and areas, producing stars from Toronto to Houston and everywhere in between. Artists between these regions who have risen to stardom include Drake, Slim Thug, JD Era, Paul Wall, Scarface, and many others, but one place often overlooked

Game to release “Jesus Piece” on December 18

By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer All eyes are currently on Game, who has risen to become the king of Los Angeles, consistently putting out new music. Currently, Game is all over the headlines for various reasons. It all started for Game when he released theJesus Pieceartwork, upsetting

Scarface titles new album “Rooted”

By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer After releasing three albums in as many years, Scarface has taken a break from releasing new albums. Scarface recently announced he was working on a new album, his first release in years. One of the longest-running members of Rap-A-Lot Records, Scarface remains

The Atlanta hip hop scene is Returning to Prominence

By Hardcore Critic Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer In the mid-1990s, following the success of the Los Angeles hip hop scene, hip hop artists from various areas began enjoying mainstream success. Arrested Development, of Tennessee, enjoyed a brief run at the top of the charts, as did Master P in New Orleans, along with

Hip Hop History Lesson: Too $hort

By Hardcore Critic Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Many rappers are credited for the longevity, standing the test of time. There have been many rappers who entered the game, made a name for themselves, but their run ended after five to seven years. In Too $hort's career, he has never been "that