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sage cualbrillo

  1. Los Angeles, California
  2. Hip-Hop/Rap
  1. collection 35
  2. wishlist 117
  3. followers 1
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  1. New Bermuda
    by deafheaven
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    Brought to the Water Brought to the Water
  2. Time
    by EMEFE
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  3. Hobo's Lullabye (cover)
    by Bunny The Girl
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  4. care less
    by Bunny The Girl
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  5. A Figure 8, A Mess
    by Bunny The Girl
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    Ghost Trees Ghost Trees
  6. Run
    by Wenonoah
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  7. Hella Personal Film Festival
    by Open Mike Eagle & Paul White
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    Smiling (Quirky Race Doc) Smiling (Quirky Race Doc)
    Open Mike Eagle is already high on the list. But Paul White adds an unmistakable vibe to this album that matches the groans of the realizations of 30-something artists, with corporeal grooves. Thank them for making your life better by pulling out your wallet
  8. Dark Comedy
    by Open Mike Eagle
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    Dark Comedy Morning Show (feat. Toy Light) Dark Comedy Morning Show (feat. Toy Light)
    Goddamit, OME does it so well. His lyrics tell real life, specifically because he professes that half his stories are from other people or completely made up. We aren't talking about roaming in your hood with the homies, or fucking over some poor woman. More like the reality of being a black guy right now. Plus, throw in Busdriver and Hannibal Buress? Fucking buy the album already
  9. A Special Episode Of - EP
    by Open Mike Eagle
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    Dark Comedy Late Show (prod. Exile) Dark Comedy Late Show (prod. Exile)
    Open Mike Eagle brings a wit to his work that many other rappers/actors lack. He is real about this reality. Like, where the fuck is my breakfast nook? Maybe because they take themselves too seriously, maybe because OME is insulted that not enough people take him seriously... Either way, I'd rather spend my money here.
  10. Time & Materials
    by Cavanaugh (Open Mike Eagle & Serengeti)
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    Zorak Zorak
    This is a dream-team sent directly from the pits of underground rap. Ranging between disturbing themes of foster families, to the reality of your early 30s, to the falsehood that there is a capped a quota for the success of black folks, Cavanaugh has gone in all directions. Haunting beats and light melodies bring depths to this album, that make it a masterpiece.
  11. Shower Hour
    by Wives
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    This is your go-to post-beachrock song, with those lo-fi vocals we love so much. Who can resist showering with a man singing on a distorted mic?
  12. Manj
    by Joomanji
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    Around The World (Feat. Austin, Chris Young The Rapper, & Arielle Deem) Around The World (Feat. Austin, Chris Young The Rapper, & Arielle Deem)
    In a world where young people are afraid of jazz, this is an amazing find. Saara Maria brings in enough sweetness, and the rap game is fresh.
  13. Vibe All Night
    by Strangers of Necessity
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    Vibe All Night is exactly what it entitles- a vibe you want to last all night. Wish it was longer than a minute and some change.
    appears in 1 other collection
  14. Legit Worthless
    by Ugly Heroes
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    Exactly what I would expect from a concoction involving Apollo Brown and Red Pill. Fresh as hell, with a feel good vibe that gives enough aggression to feel alive, without being a menace.
  15. Sun Spat
    by EMEFE
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    Starting out as a great mash of horns, it only gets better when you start bobbin to the drum beat. The kind of song that makes you want to bounce like it's hip-hop.
  16. BBB (feat. Gabriel Garzon-Montano)
    by EMEFE
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    EMEFE has done it again with a funky jazzy latin toned fusion. GGM just takes it to another level.
  17. Mary Jane
    by Breakdown Brass
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    Breakdown Brass never disappoints, and these pieces are no exception. Bringing light to old classic.
  18. Monmouth
    by Breakdown Brass
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    The deep bass horns are so down and dirty, you can't help but love it.
  19. Lo Mucho Que Te Quiero
    by Los Rakas
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    Some questionable brothers with a good sound.
  20. Bonita (DJ Vadim Remix)
    by The Pimps of Joytime
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  21. That's Love
    by Oddisee
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  22. Hole Up (Main)
    by Damu The Fudgemunk & Raw Poetic
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    Damu The Fudgemunk brings out some great mixes, as usual.
  23. I Love Beyonce
    by Ta-ku
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    Who would have thought anyone could make Beyonce sexier
  24. MUCH (prod. by Kenny Segal x Mike Parvizi x MrCarmack)
    by Busdriver
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    Who the fuck you talkin bout if you ain't talkin about this? Feeling frantic, but fulfilling at the same time, this piece got me jammin all day.
  25. Feel at Home (feat. Open Mike Eagle)
    by (DJ) NOBOD¥
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    Nobody sets it up with a haunting track, and Open Mike Eagle takes it for lift off with equally nomadic, wandering rhymes. Uneasy easy listening. Together, these two are up to something amazing. My favorite track of 2015.
  26. Blind Tiger
    by L'Orange & Stik Figa
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  27. Homens Lentos
    by A Fase Rosa
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    Lourdes e Leblon Lourdes e Leblon
    A Fase Rosa has emerged with exactly the kind of Brazillian rock that we needed. Coastal, with simmering drums and guitars, this is exactly what you want from South American rock.
  28. Spilled Milk (prod. SlopFunkDust)
    by Substantial
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  29. El Mechánico
    by Deela
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  30. What It Is (feat. Median)
    by Edgar Allen Floe
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  31. Floe Intro (prod. J Wheels)
    by Edgar Allen Floe
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    This is that intro every rapper wants to begin their album. Gets you hyped for the rest.
  32. The Dirt (feat. Mal Demolish of The Undefined - prod. Erv)
    by Edgar Allen Floe
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  33. I Don't Know Why (prod. J Wheels)
    by Edgar Allen Floe
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  34. What Do I Have To Do feat. Dumbfoundead
    by Traphik
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  35. Better
    by SAINT PEPSI
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    Break out and dance song.