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2012 was incredible year for Urban music, with plenty of highlights and memorable moments. As a result HeatCasters decided to put together a “Best of” editortial with who we thought were the top artists in the categories of Lyricist of the Year, Posse Cuts of the year, Hip Hop Mixtape of the Year, Hip Hop EP of the Year, Hip Hop Album of The Year (Retail), R&B/Soul Album/EP/Mixtape of the Year, Breakout Artist and Best Slept On Artist. Check out who we thought made the grade for 2012.
Guest blogger Jason Andre Roberts aka CONQUEST offers a Christian male perspective of Frank Ocean’s Channel Orange album. Courtesy of ImadeInTruth.com
As a youth, in the early to mid 1990′s, I grew up listening to traditional East Cost Hip Hop groups like Wu-Tang Clan and A Tribe Called Quest. On any given day, you could find me reciting timeless gems from the late Notorious B.I.G., zoning out to Jay-Z’s Reasonable Doubt or comparing quotables from Nas’ Illmatic.
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