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DZ

  1. Edmonton, Alberta
  2. Hip-Hop/Rap
  1. collection 12
  2. followers 1
  3. following 15
  1. The Butcher, The Banker, The Bitumen Tanker
    by Lee Reed
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    No Kanada No Kanada
  2. No Threat [FULL ALBUM]
    by Atherton
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    Good Gone Good Gone
  3. Skulastic
    by Skulastic
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Skulastic Skulastic
  4. Sonic Therapy: The Frustrations of Joshua Wolfe
    by Ngajuana
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    Love... (Skit) Love... (Skit)
  5. Woolgathering
    by Reverie
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    1. Ain't No Motha Fucken Thang (Intro) 1. Ain't No Motha Fucken Thang (Intro)
  6. Blasphemy
    by Apollo Brown & Ras Kass
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    How To Kill God How To Kill God
  7. The Great Mr. Nobody [one] [2014]
    by D-Sisive
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    Golden Lullaby Golden Lullaby
  8. Boarding Pass EP
    by Shad & DJ T.LO
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    Fire Fire
  9. Ups And Downs
    by Skulastic
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    What You've Got Feat. Aria Silenced What You've Got Feat. Aria Silenced
    Great album by an up and comer. I can't wait to hear what she puts out next!
  10. Section One
    by Ngajuana
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    The Deep End (Ft. Ladyface) The Deep End (Ft. Ladyface)
    Great album from start to finish. Got lots of great beats from Madhattr and NGA has mad flow. This ain't your typical hip hop It's deep and it's real, going from upbeat tracks like Get Yours to more poetic tracks later in the album. A must have for fans of hip hop especially if you're Canadian.
    appears in 1 other collection
  11. The Rap Guide to Evolution Revised
    by Baba Brinkman
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    Black-eyed Peas Black-eyed Peas
  12. The Rap Guide to Wilderness
    by Baba Brinkman
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    Tranquility Bank (feat. Aaron Nazrul) Tranquility Bank (feat. Aaron Nazrul)
    Probably Baba's best album yet when it comes to artistry and music. A lot of solid tunes and a great message