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Wednesday, 01 October 2008 23:19

Trick Trick

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In fairytales, nobody ever wants to be the villain since it’s the hero that always shines. That is, everybody except Detroit lyricist Trick Trick (born Christian Mathis), who isn’t afraid to bring out his edgier side on his latest album, The Villain (Koch Records, 2008), which features production from Dr. Dre and Eminem and guest appearances by hip-hop’s finest like Lil’ Jon, Rich Boy, Ice Cube, Kid Rock and the late Proof from D12. “Expect to be shocked ’cause I place some things on this album that a lot of people wouldn’t say for political reasons,” he describes. “It’s The…
Wednesday, 01 October 2008 21:10

The Game '08

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Y’all know who the f*ck I am…— The Game, “Big Dreams” Already a hip-hop legend, West Coast lyricist The Game has graced the pages of DUB quite a few times now. Back in Issue 22, you were first introduced to the West Coast’s newest lyrical prodigy while Issue 31 showed off his love for old school classics while he secured his place in hip-hop history merely a year after his debut album The Documentary (Aftermath, 2005). Then, in Issue 38, you got to catch up with him in his Murciélago after his next project, Doctor’s Advocate (Interscope, 2006).
Wednesday, 10 September 2008 00:11


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It’s a typical Miami afternoon in early autumn. The city’s honorary spokesperson poses next to a classic model of American muscle, a custom 1972 Chevrolet Caprice. He soaks in every ounce of inspiration from the scantily clad women and the hustlers flossing their latest gadgets to the groups of immigrants striving to make it in the land of opportunity. In this virtual “Scarface” city, trouble brews as often as the warm breeze brushes gently against the cascading array of palm trees. However, for 24-year-old “Pitbull,” nothing is better as a backdrop and foundation for his destiny than the sexy and…
Tuesday, 02 September 2008 22:18


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It was a typical Miami day—bright blue skies provided the perfect backdrop for a canary-yellow Ferrari and wicked-black Mercedes-Benz McLaren, framed by green, sloping palm trees. Rapper Stack$ was perched on the edge of his Ferrari—shades and brim of his money-green cap blocking the glare of the sun. He sauntered by the McLaren, which he referred to as his own personal “Batmobile.” Each diamond on his necklace glinted in the shape of giant dollar reflecting off the water and the skyline. He is Stack$—as in stacks of money—heir to a family fortune and a music business legacy. But foremost, he’s…
Saturday, 28 June 2008 08:32

Rick Ross

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“Go big or go home” perfectly sums up rapper Rick Ross, who constantly refers to his grandiose lifestyle in his raps and interviews. Everything Rick Ross (born Williams Roberts) does is large and over the top. From his glistening, large diamond pendants to his elaborate and expensive car collection—everything has to be big when Rick Ross is involved. “
Saturday, 28 June 2008 06:50

David Banner

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David Banner’s latest release, The Greatest Story Ever Told (Universal/SRC, 2008) goes beyond the realm of music as it dives deep into the rapper’s history, from being the first lyricist to hail from Mississippi to the trials and tribulations he’s faced for the past year and a half.
Tuesday, 17 June 2008 21:41

DJ Felli Fel

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There was a time in hip-hop when the DJ was more important than the MC. But times have changed as the MC pushed his way to the limelight only to leave behind the beat-maker in the shadows of hip-hop culture.
Monday, 02 June 2008 21:23

2 Pistols

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2 Pistols’ “She Got It” featuring T-Pain and Tay Dizm may be rising on music charts, but 2P isn’t counting his chickens before they hatch. He’s waiting until his debut album, Death Before Honor (Universal Records, 2008), drops in June before he starts celebrating his success. He doesn’t want to get labeled as a one-hit wonder and wants the rest of the album to speak for itself.
Friday, 25 April 2008 00:00


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Believe it, or not, 19-year-old Lawrence Franks Jr., better known as rapper Huey, is a devoted fan of classic American iron. The louder, the better! Of course, we’re talking about the roar of big-block engines from classic American cars (although, you have to admit it’d be interesting to see Huey shredding on a guitar onstage).
Thursday, 24 April 2008 22:37

Lil’ Scrappy

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Life is a whirlwind for a 22-year-old busy buck such as Lil’ Scrappy. This young Atlanta, Georgia rapper cut his teeth in the world of rap during his early teens and was barely old enough to get into the clubs where he performed.