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Frequent New Times contributor Sire Esq has just dropped a new digital mixtape that's worth checking out. It's got a solid mix of local and national hip-hop bangers that you need in your life so check it out as links for listening to it and a full tracklist are below:

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Also check out the STATE OF EMERGENCY PAGE to hear more.

JAY Z- ROC BOYS

LITTLE BROTHER- EXTRA HARD

WU-TANG CLAN- WATCH YA MOUTH

LMS- LIKE THEY USED TO/ ALL A DREAM

MARCO POLO FT. LARGE PRO- THE RADAR (RMX)

SCARFACE- GIRL YOU KNOW

PETE ROCK FT. JIM JONES- WE ROLL

DJ SPINNA FT. PHONTE- DILLAGENCE

TERMANOLOGY- SO AMAZING (DON SIRE BLEND)

SAIGON- COZ YOU KNOW

GARCIA FT. DJ K-N-S- I AM

FREEWAY- PAPER GANGSTERS

MAJOR LEAGUE FT. DYNAS- BLOOD OF A SLAVE

ALCHEMIST FT. NINA SKY & PRODIGY- KEY TO THE CITY

TWISTA- AIN’T ON SHIT

EVIDENCE FT. PLANET ASIA- MOMENT IN TIME

EL MICHELS AFFAIR- MUSINGS TO MYSELF

And this is just a reminder to all the local DJ's out there and artists that if you've got a hot mix that folks need to hear, hit us up at CrossFade as we're all about supporting local artists and spreading good music.

-- Jonathan Cunningham

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