The Last Of The Flohicans
God Damn That DJ Made My Dae
“Bang This” Video Premiers on Hip Hop DX
Rap Don’t Belong At The Grammys (Official Video)
Beasting Season
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Daes & Times
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Label: Coalmine Records
Release date: 2013

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The Hardest Working Man in Flow Business
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Label: Coalmine Records
Release date: 2012

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Time Lapse EP
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Label: Coalmine Records
Release date: 2012

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The Scrapbook Mixtape
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Label: Coalmine Records
Release date: 2008

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BK All Dae (Produced By Marco Polo)
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Label: Coalmine Records
Release date: 2009

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Play By Play feat. Evidence
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Label: Coalmine Records
Release date: 2011

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One Dae Among AllHipHop.Com’s Top 50 Emerging Underground Artists (2013)

19 May 2014

Another battle rap kid makes our list for 2013. One Dae is reppin for Planet Brooklyn and showing us that you don’t have to be in the heat of the battle to make an impact. He’s clever and witty just as any good battle emcee should be but it’s more than that. His voice is seasoned and confident and as a result we’re appreciative of the rhymes he put forth this year.

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The Last Of The Flohicans

2 May 2014

The Last Of The Flohicans

The Last Of The Flohicans Mixtape is nearing completion. Stay tuned for more leaks and the unveiling of a special guest appearance. One!

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God Damn That DJ Made My Dae

16 April 2014

God Damn That DJ Made My Dae

Saying Peace this April 16th to the architect of this thing we call HIP HOP, Clive Campbell aka DJ KOOL HERC. What can I say about someone who created a parallel universe for me to exist, when I couldn’t fit in this other bullshit we call “society”. What would have become of me and millions others without this outlet for expression, this meta-morphing art form which freed more people than one can fully comprehend. Think of all the various degrees of employment one may claim employment under the umbrella of Hip Hop Culture. It is truly a world unto itself, made up of us living organisms. The recordings, parties, paintings, shows, battles, tragedies, etc. serve as time capsules to the past, but HIP HOP is alive. So long as we keep it’s true principals at heart. Those principles were taught to me gradually over time, from many of the elders who were there from the start and then followed soon there after…These principles have greatly been washed away by corporate America, just like the ancient wisdom of indigenous peoples worldwide. But fear not, HIP HIP is alive and well. It’s had to go underground to survive and rightfully so. It’s anti-establishment in it’s origin. It’s not for the fucking radio. Fuck a fucking radio edit. We don’t live by “their” rules. Hip Hop is supposed to be experienced “in person” anyways..It’s a social gathering. Come out to the shows. Why do I go to Hip Hop shows in NYC with 30 fucking people in a city of 10 million..probably a million Hip Hip heads in the tri state…and 30 -50 people a show???..BOOOOOOOOO! Anyways I won’t harp on the negative. Not on this day at least! I will say to the youth that keep a few of these principles in mind and we can ensure hip stays fresh for years to come!

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“Bang This” Video Premiers on Hip Hop DX

10 April 2014

“Bang This” Video Premiers on Hip Hop DX

Here you go homies. Bang This up to 10 and see if you don’t feel better. Nuff shouts to Steven Tapia, Matt Diamond, and Hip Hop DX! Rock Rock on my G’s!

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Rap Don’t Belong At The Grammys (Official Video)

4 April 2014

Rap Don’t Belong At The Grammys (Official Video)

From “The Last Of The Flohicans: Mixtape coming soon. Get ya goloshas. One!

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