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Hip Hop Weekly Newsletter

Estoy87, a graffiti artist in Barcelona, paints in hidden corners of the city's subway system. He seeks solitude and is not interested in fame or visibility for his work.

The Roots have announced their summer tour, "Hip Hop Is The Love of My Life," featuring Digable Planets and Arrested Development. The band teased a few dates on Instagram and promised more to come.

President Biden honoured hip-hop legends KRS-One and Kurtis Blow with lifetime achievement awards at the National Hip-Hop Museum, recognising their contributions to the genre and their dedication to uplifting communities.

In this episode of 05:21, Genesis Elijah, an innovative rapper and entrepreneur, shares his secrets with host Blade to making it big without relying on fame.

London rapper Ray Vendetta has released a new track titled "Uplift" from his album "Sly & Agatha," produced by Endemic Emerald. The song offers lyrical food for thought.

MF DOOM's biography, titled "The Chronicles Of DOOM," has received a release date and cover. The book, set to arrive on October 29, will delve into the rise, fall, redemption, and untimely demise of one of Hip Hop's most enigmatic and influential figures.

Dr Syntax & Gotcha have teamed up for a new joint called "It's Like What Exactly?" with impressive lyrical wit from Dr Syntax and captivating production from Gotcha.

J. Cole fans are declaring "Hip-Hop Is Dead" after the rapper apologised for his diss towards Kendrick Lamar, causing a wave of backlash and disappointment among fans.

Hip-hop star Nipsey Hussle was involved in a heated argument about "snitching" with his killer moments before he was shot to death. The details were revealed during the trial of Eric Holder, who was found guilty of first-degree murder and sentenced to 60 years to life in prison.

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