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Free For All Friday • Hustle & Flow

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… it’s hard out here for a pimp … Y’know people, it’s hard out here for a pimp when you’re trying to get that money for the rent. Do you know why? It simply is. This is the case for our protagonist DJay in the 2005 film Hustle & Flow.[…]

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Crave Great Music?? Brooklyn Is Where It’s At!!

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Well hello there fellow kilSters!! It’s been too long and there’s a lot to fill you in on. Firstly, kilScene just had its interview with producer/engineer extraordinaire Mr. Jay Messina!! Jay Messina is the guy who’s engineered albums for acts like Aerosmith, John Lennon, and KISS just to name a[…]

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Desert Island Thursday • Enter The Wu-Tang

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Wu-Tang Clan and their phenomenal first official release, Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) changed the rap game altogether. Aside from the explosion of Alternative, the 1990’s were also important for another genre of music. Rap. By 1993, rap music was on a steady climb to overtaking the airwaves. One of[…]

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The Neurotic World of Lauryn Hill

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On May 4th, Lauryn Hill, formerly of The Fugees, released her latest single, Neurotic Society (Compulsory Mix), a single which I have currently blasting in my office and it makes me oh so sad. Why sad? Well, it’s just so damn good but then again, Lauryn Hill has always been[…]

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