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Milkdrop tackles gentrification in new music video

Our album reviewer Nathan Cardiff couldn’t have described MilkDrop’s album, The Leavenworth Story, any better. In his album review, he states: “An epic in social

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Album Review: Milkdrop – “The Leavenworth Story”

How does one analyze The Leavenworth Story while attempting to do it justice? An epic in social commentary that at one time works on a local

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Photo Gallery: Serene Fiend / JC and the Nuns / Lincoln Marshall / UltraVivid

It was a fairly goth affair when Serene Fiend and JC and the Nuns teamed up for a double release show at the Replay Saturday
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Photo Gallery: Domineko / Ebony Tusks / Lincoln Marshall / Vivid Zebra

While Mother Nature brought out the worst in Kansas weather, an all-star hip-hop lineup brought out the best in audiences at the Replay on Friday
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MilkDrop releases “Season of Moments”

There are so many good hip-hop albums dropping at the end of the year, we can barely keep up. One of those albums is MilkDrop’s

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Photo Gallery: Stitch81Classic / Lincoln Marshall / Ricky Roosevelt

Stitch81Classic / Photo by Fally Afani If you like “good music, sex, and marijuana,” then you’ll probably love Stitch81Classic. When the rapper finally returned to
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Partners in Rhyme: How Lincoln Marshall are changing the hip-hop landscape in Lawrence

The rappers behind Lincoln Marshall have always been overachievers. In their solo careers— with Sean Hunt performing as Approach and John-Alan Suter as MilkDrop— their

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Watch: Lincoln Marshall release sexy new music video

One of the more memorable tracks off of Lincoln Marshall’s recent Water release finally has an equally provocative video to match. The hip-hop duo released

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Lincoln Marshall release dizzying new music video

There are a million and one reasons to love local hip hop. It’s a scene you can connect with, feel hometown pride with, and it’s