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8 IN THE CLIP. EPISODE 8. FEBRUARY 17, 2021

How many official Conway projects a calendar year/per year. Duder is truly a machine of the Skynet ilk. Like Damn Homie, no chill... bars on bars, steady flow. While I went to focus on the guest spots, which I thought were fresh, Ransom, Rome Streetz, Knowledge The Pirate, and Shots, the solo joints on here do not play the background. Conway on some steady inclining, effortless grimey shxt. A nasty gutta that keeps givin'? I jest. Get you some prime rib, ripped from bone 'ere.

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8 IN THE CLIP. EPISODE 6. JANUARY 20, 2021

It also give me great pride to have a Canadian artist take the No. 1 spot! Dopecity vets, Checkmate and DJ Kemo do a King Kong squat on the Empire State building with none other than Golden State warrior, Ras Kass in the huddle! Knowin' competition breathing down his back Checkmate lets off a Fire dragon verse to make your domes look like Pentacost! Pump this shxt! Vancouver stand up!

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8 IN THE CLIP. EPISODE 5. JANUARY 3, 2021

I had already slotted it into the notes, waiting to see where it would stand with time. Well you can see now. RIP to a true lyricist, shout out the dem Canadian boys for the collab, BADBADNOTGOOD. Make sure you go and listen with intent to the amazing work this man has left for us, playmode on steady.

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8 IN THE CLIP. EPISODE 4. DECEMBER 17, 2020

The number one spot though? The Teacher, KRS-One still comin' for heads! Yes, yes! KRS-One the only. Check the flow on the track, 'Don't Fall For It', produced by SUN-ONE (is dude Knowledge Reigns Supreme's son?). The beat got a bounce that I ain't ever hear KRS spit over, and boy does the man come with it! Check the 1, and get a fresh fade from the Blastmaster.

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8 IN THE CLIP. EPISODE 3. NOV. 30, 2020

Yo this week's 8 In The Clip brings the heavyweights for the first time. The number 1 spot hands down to Billy Danze, and his new project, The Listening Session. I F's with this beginning to end. From the get as soon as the music hits, it's on. A different level of feel completely. Daz shows up on a killer track too! Yes. Daz from the Dogg Pound. File this project under Hardcore Neo-Soul.

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