• Raekwon has been 18 weeks strong with his weekly throwback records. The rapper took us back to the '70s last week with his "Back Stabbers" throwback, and this week we advance about twenty years to Mary J. Blige's 1995 single "All Night Long," from her album My Life.
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  • We know that DMX has been working a lot lately with his former Ruff Ryders collaborator Swizz Beatz, and Swizz is apparently executive producing X's new album.
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  • Raekwon has been reaching back a little further than most for throwback Thrusday. The rapper has been consistently dropping a weekly freestyle, often sampling soul and disco, rather than you know, like "No Flex Zone" or something.
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  • Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz would go on to do plenty of collaborations, but this "Duffle Bag Boy" was the first big one, and it came back when Chainz was still Tity Boi. Playaz Circle scored a hit with this one, with Wayne delivering arguably one of his all time best hooks.
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  • We have a persistent commenter asking us to throw up a Murder Inc. throwback record, and I promise it'll happen soon, but this week we're going with 50 Cent's infamous diss records towards Irv Gotti's crew and Ja Rule specifically, with assistance from Eminem and Busta Rhymes. Sorry (not sorry).
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  • Yesterday Wu-Tang Clan announced some big news for fans of the veteran crew, revealing that new music would be available on a portable speaker the NYC collective is launching. Wu-Tang is once again opting to go a unique route (as they are doing with their one-copy-only LP Once Upon A Time In Shaolin).
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  • It's Thursday, so you know what that means. The Chef cooks up one of his weekly throwback tracks, with this week's being Sunshine Anderson's "Heard It All Before" from the year 2001. That's not quite as far back as Rae has been going lately, but it's still more than ten years old.
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  • I just recently got into a Missy Elliott binge, which consists of listening to every single Missy album. Missy was is so dope, and she was so far ahead of her time sonically.
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  • In Summer 2010, most of the world was introduced to a Mississippi spitter named Big K.R.I.T. with his meaty, soulful mixtape K.R.I.T. Wuz Here.
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  • Raekwon shows no signs of stopping his weekly Throwback Thursday song series, which has been going for fourteen weeks strong now. In the process he's familiarizing us all with some vintage gems.
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  • With The Weeknd's "King of the Fall" tour about to get underway, we decided to pay homage to the groundbreaking r'n'b artist with a throwback to his debut House of Balloons.
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  • Curren$y the Hot Spitta is known for his mixtape game. In fact, just this past weekend he surprised fans with a little mixtape Saturday Night Car Tunes, which made us reminisce on all the dope projects Spitta has put out in the past, both commercial and free.
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  • You can count on a weekly release from The Chef thanks to his recurring Throwback Thursday music series. This week he does not miss a step, starting off the day with the 12th instalment in his #TBT series. For this week's record we get a remix of "Close To You", a 1986 cover from Gwen Guthrie.
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  • There's a lot of turmoil going on in Ferguson, MO, as you are most likely aware.
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  • It's that time of the week again. When everybody is up on Instagram and Twitter throwing out their #TBT hashtags left and right. Raekwon is capitalizing on the trend with his Throwback Thursday music series, where he remixes an old school record weekly. 
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  • Raekwon doesn't miss a step this week with the release of his Throwback Thursday record. The Wu-Tang Clan rapper has kept the #TBT-themed leaks coming week after week, we're on the ninth week at this point.
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