If you were own a copy of D'Angelo's Live at the Jazz Café: London: The Complete Show you probably were perusing some record story in Japan in the late 90's. Until now.
Lil B capped off the year by releasing his extremely ambitious, 101-track mixtape, 05 Fuck Em, and while we can be sure to receive plenty of new music from the Based God in 2014, we will also be treated to a documentary on the rapper.
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