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I’m back after a nice Winter Break and have a bunch of stuff to post. First off is the Secret Society mixtape from the NikeTalk fam. Before you laugh that its from NikeTalk, I was surprised at how good some of these tracks are. I mean I knew I would enjoy the tracks from like Wale, Blu, and G.o.D. Jewels, but the tracks like Sunroof Missin and Imaginations were my favorites. All of the production and rapping was done my members of NikeTalk, but I am dissappointed they couldn’t get a verse from Curren$y, Dom Kennedy, and Thurz. Anyways give this mixtape a try, it has pretty much all types of hip-hop.

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As promised, Chip tha Ripper delivered his mixtape with some features like Big Sean and Curren$y. I haven’t heard much from him besides his work with Cudi so I’ll have to see how this turns out. Check the mixtape for yourself by clicking on the picture above or the link below.

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It is Thanksgiving just about everywhere except for here in California, so technically this mixtape is not out early. Anyway we should be thankful this Thanksgiving for some new Lupe. Enjoy.

So after listening, I am more than thrilled that Lupe is back with new material, but the mixtape is quite brief. Luckily for us, Lupe will be back on December 25. Friend of the People drops Christmas day.

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If you are a Lupe fan, like myself, this video may be the best one you see all day. Pretty much Lupe says he will keep rapping until people think he is the greatest. He has his first mixtape in a long long time dropping on Thanksgiving, and it will be titled Enemy of the State: A Love Story. The mixtape will consist of beats from other artists, as he is saving all of his own for upcoming albums. The fact that Lupe has plans for two mixtapes and three more albums after LASERS, is the best music news I have heard in a while. Check back on Thursday or Friday for the mixtape, probably won’t be the first to post it as I will be celebrating with family.

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no ceilings mixtape lil wayne mxpLatest mixtape from Weezy, no autotune, a couple features, and a bunch of beats you should recognize.

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mike posner one foot out the door mixtape mxpMike Posner dropped his mixtape a couple days early, and with features like KiD CuDi, Big Sean, Bun B, and Saigon, it looks to be pretty strong. The Duke University student is in the process of recording his debut album, and this is his second mixtape so far. His first one was relatively successful on the blogs, and this one should be as well.

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elitaste cmj mixtape mxpElitaste, the managing co. for Wale, Big Sean, and Mike Posner, among other artists, put out a mixtape that features their artists as well as some older tracks. It also has some unreleased songs from their artists including a Drug Dealer Girl Remix from Posner and Wale. The Wale album drops in a couple weeks, so this should hold you off until then.

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fashawn the antidote mxpFashawn teamed up with The Alchemist to put out a quality mixtape before he drops his debut album later this year. Fashawn made some appearances on mixtapes earlier this year like U-N-I’s A Love Supreme. Now he has his own full on 11-track mixtape, to give you a little preview of what is to come.

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peter john bjorn remix mixtape mxpKanYe, Drake, and even Wale have remixed their songs in the past and now Mick Boogie has completed his remix project with the group. There is quite the list of artists on this tape, from U-N-I to Bun B to Big Sean to Gza, there seems to be every artists for your taste. Check the mixtape for some alternative mixed in with some nice rap verses from your favorite artists.

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bj the chicago kid the new beginning mixtape mxpYou’ve seen BJ show off his vocal talents on Maestro Knows and other mixtapes, and now he has another one of his own. Check out his latest songs with some guest appearances by Young Chris, Parker Brothers, and Harold Lily on this mixtape.

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bestafterbobbycoverI knew this mixtape was coming, but I didn’t think it would drop this soon. Everyone seems to push their mixtapes back with delays, but Dom pushed this out in time. I know some people have been waiting for this though, so here it is.

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DonnisMixtapeCoverARTFinal_FRONTThe mixtape that was promised for this week is finally here. Donnis delivered his mixtape last night at his release party in NYC and now we can get a listen at his mixtape sponsored by 10.Deep. I am only a couple songs in so far, but I am liking what I am hearing. First it was Wale, then it was Cudi, and now it is Donnis’ time to shine on a 10.Deep mixtape and the production is there to back him up. Cudi, Drake, Wale, Mickey Factz, Asher Roth, and others make up the 2009 Freshman class and Donnis will definitely be leading off the 2010 Class.

Update: Just listened to the whole tape and there was only one maybe two songs that I skipped over. I’m surprised I don’t see the tape on a lot of forums, people are sleeping on this mixtape, but they shouldn’t. This is much better than what I have been hearing from a lot of current Freshman rappers.

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I’m sorry I was pretty sure the mixtape was dropping today, but it appears it is being pushed back to tomorrow. The trailer is pretty nice and Donnis narrates it pretty well, like Cudi did in his trailer. 10.Deep puts a lot of work into their mixtapes and it definitely shows with trailers like this. Check back tomorrow, hopefully it will drop, but you know how mixtapes have been getting pushed back these days.

How-Fly-CoverCurren$y and Wiz Khalifa end the weekend nicely with a chill mixtape for the rest of the Summer. Both artist came together for this mixtape after coming off some hot mixtapes of their own earlier this year. I think Curren$y spits a little harder, but the complement each other pretty well here on the How Fly mixtape. If you liked Spitta’s This Ain’t No Mixtape album, you will probably like this, so hit up the link below.

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50-cent-forever-king-front-cover-450x450So long Curtis, 50 Cent is back. Yes I think there is a difference between the two. When Curtis Jackson raps as Curtis, the songs suck, but when he raps as 50, like here, the songs are fire. With the Forever King mixtape, 50 raps over some 90’s R&B tracks as well as a Michael Jackson throwback. If his upcoming album is anything like this, I think 50 can actually say he is back. When I heard I Wanna Be Where You Are on DJ Premier’s tribute to MJ, I knew someone was going to rap over it, and sure enough 50 spits a freestyle over it on this tape. Look out for a couple more mixtapes from 50 and co. before Before I Self Destruct drops sometime this year.

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