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Top 25 Music Posts of 2014 via NikkiSiixx.com

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top 25 20142014 has been a crazy year for NikkiSiixx.com and we couldn’t be happier bringing you the dopiest of the dope from the Underground Hip-Hop Scene. NikkiSiixx ventured off with her NikkiJoMazing Series, then Her Lootcrate Unboxing Videos, & her Catch Up With The Artist Series from NETWERK. I decided to create a list of the post viewed most that were featured this year 2014. Starting the count down at NUMBER 25 with…

[25] MIXTAPE: BLKSUNCHILD – Hii On The Lows via @DrewTheLoon
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[24] MUSIC VIDEO: E.GRIZZLY – MOORE via @DrewTheLoon

[23] #SMAKTASKTIKREVIEW: FRANC GRAMS – MISTAKES via @PedroSmaktastik
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[22] DOWNLOAD: MIR FONTANE – HE SO CRAZY MIXTAPE via @NikkiSiixx
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[21] #MIDWESTBEST: CRYSTAL LA’JUENE “LIKE THIS” via @MIDWEST_MELLY

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[20] #MIDWESTBEST: “USED TO BE BOBBY & DARRICK” – via @MIDWEST_MELLY
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[19] MUSIC VIDEO: KATO DOX – LAND OF THE FEES, HOME OF THE SLAVES via @CraccCobain

[18] NEW MUSIC: KEMBE X – HYDROCODONE (POKER FACE) via @IamJQuest
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[17] INTERVIEW: B2DADOT via @NikkiSiixx
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[16] MIXTAPE REVIEW: NOAH – PROGRESSIVE MINDSTATE via @NikkiSiixx
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[15] INSTRUMENTAL EP: CHRISTINE – BETTY “MOE” TREZZA via @NikkiSiixx
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[14] DOWNLOAD: ART MORERA – AROUND MIDNIGHT via @NikkiSiixx
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[13] NEW MUSIC: JR – 94′ BIGGIE via @NikkiSiixx
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[12] #SMAKTASTIKREVIEW – JAYOMEGA READY SET GO 3 – via @PedroSmaktastik
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[11] #SMAKTASTIKREVIEW – NOEARTH – LAWST ft JOE MAS $ THESIS via @PedroSmaktastik
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[10] #SMAKTASTIKREVIEW – MOTORCITY KAM – JULY ’91 EP via @PedroSmaktastik
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[09] #MIDWESTBEST: A-HI – SKYWALKERS via @MidWestMelly

[08] NEW MUSIC: TYLER KEYS – IS IT WORTH IT? via @NikkiSiixx
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[07] MUSIC VIDEO: THE LOST SOULS – AIN’T WORRIED BOUT NUN via @IAMJQUEST

[06] MIXTAPE REVIEW: XALI – THE AMERICAN HOUSE SLAVE via @NikkiSiixx
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[05] #SMAKTASTIKREVIEW: SKOTT SUMM3R2 – #EVILRYU via @PedroSmaktastik

[04] MUSIC VIDEO: KEEZ x DANNY TOWERS – SELENA via @DrewTheLoon

[03] MUSIC VIDEO: ERIC BIDDINES – RAILROADS/UNFINISHED via @NikkiSiixx

[02] INTERVIEW/REVIEW: THE VERBAL SURGEON – DAY BY DAY EP via @DrewTheLoon
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AND HERE COMES THE NUMBER ONE MOST VIEWED MUSIC POST ON NIKKISIIXX.COM GOES TO…

[01] DOWNLOAD: EBANGA – ONCE UPON A TIME EP via @NikkiSiixx
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Thank you everyone who have supported us throughout the years and we can’t wait for the new year! Supporting Locals, Underground Hip-Hop, Video games, Movies, TV & MORE!

Download: Mir Fontane – He So Crazy Mixtape

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Mir FontaneCheck out this unique release from New Jersey Rapper Mir Fontane with HE SO CRAZY Mixtape. An original story by Mir Fontane inspired by the hit 90’s sitcom Martin. A great concept/theme for a mixtape. Each song is devoted to either one character or depending on the sampled voice was used he generate a story behind the vocals. The entire project is narrated by Mir Fontane, portraying the character, Martin. I feel the story Fontane portrays through the mixtape definitely was worth the listen. He demonstrates he’s great story-telling skills through his lyrics and he’s flow is on point with crazy production from KevRodgers. Don’t forget to press play and enjoy the show!

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The NEW Music Scene: 10 New Jersey Rappers That Are Likely To Blow Up

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red-and-black-imageOver the last decade we have seen various underground artists rise to stardom and put their city on the radar. Think about it. Most states or major cities have a rapper that’s on the rise. Kendrick Lamar, and YG have been holding it down for Compton while Chance the Rapper, Dreezy, Chief Keef and Lil Herb have us talking about Chicago. The south has always been hot, but isn’t as big as the days when we had ’07 Lil Wayne spitting over DJ Khaled’s “We Taking Over” record or even ’04 Ludacris yelling “Get Back, Get Back!” Regardless, we are still bumping Migos, Rich Homie Quan, Kirko Bangz, and Young Thug like no tomorrow.

New York has always been known for breaking the next big thing. Bobby Shmurda and Troy Ave are two recent artists to blow up that come to mind. Often, when I try to share local music with hip-hop fans, I eventually bring up the artist’s location. At which point I begin to say, “New…” and typically people cut me off and say “York.” Then I awkwardly say “Jersey.” New Jersey is one of the most slept on places when it comes to music, and New Jersey rappers know this. A majority of NJ talent think this: “If you are from South Jersey, you go and get your buzz in Philly. If you are from North Jersey, then you go and grind in NYC.” Despite the barriers that NJ rappers face to get exposure, there are quite a few that are really making a name for themselves. Below are 10 rappers from New Jersey that are likely to blow up. These guys are creating their own lane, building their fan base, and of course, repping NJ wherever they go.

Apollo the Great

Apollo the Great – Camden, New Jersey

Derek

Derek – Long Branch, New Jersey

NJ Rebels

NJ Rebels -Rahway, New Jersey

Mir Fontane

Mir Fontane – Camden, New Jersey

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H’z (Da$h & Retchy P) – Hackensack, New Jersey

YoAstrum

YoAstrum – Winslow, New Jersey

Sule

Sule – Englewood, New Jersey

Topaz Jones

Topaz Jones – Montclair, New Jersey

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Guy Harrison – Voorhees, New Jersey

DEF-Bananas

DEF- Bananas – Cherry Hill, New Jersey

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New Music: Mir Fontane – “Last Friday”

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2sl5AkcCIce Cube would be proud of this track right here. If you are familiar with the 1995 stoner-buddy film Friday, this song will take you for a journey. New Jersey rapper, Mir Fontane new song, “Last Friday,” which provides a vivid perspective from Smokey’s point of view. Fontane is a hell of a story-teller, and may remind you of a more experimental J.Cole at times. However, it is clear that this 21-year-old artist is working to create his own lane. Check out Mir Fontane’s latest cut below and be sure to give his other sounds a listen. He really has some tracks that slap!

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