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Bestof2013

As 2014 fast approaches, we reflect back on the year in music… and oh what a year it was.  Some incredible albums were released this year that will remain on playlists for years to come.  There were some exceptional hip-hop releases this year that hopefully will help shape the sound of hip-hop to come in the upcoming years.  Without further ado, here’s our list, and as we have in the past, we’ve included some new live audio for each artist selected…

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BINKBeats-JDilla

Producer BINKBEATS performs a live J Dilla mix as a one man band in this amazing video.  This is truly impressive.

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As 2012 comes to a close, and we enjoy the holiday season, alive and well (yup, we made it, Mayans!), its time to take a look back at the releases this year and select the best of the best.  As with last year, since the focus of this site is always live music and we’re discussing studio albums, we’re providing a live song from each artist who made the list.

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Now that the dust has settled from SXSW, we pooled together some great performances from the week of festivities.  Here we have complete soundboard recordings of full sets from Jay-Z, B.o.B & T.I., Santigold and a bonus song from XV.  These are some awesome performances, as Kweli, B.o.B and Santigold all performed some new material from their upcoming releases.  All artists were joined by a live band to add to the dynamic of their sets, so hit the jump and start downloading.

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To celebrate The Robert Glasper Experiment’s upcoming release “Black Radio,” Frolab x All The Way Live present a compilation of LIVE recordings of the band featuring the many special guests that join them on stages all around the world.

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Back in 2007, The Roots embarked on one of their most ambitious (and amazing) tours as they hosted the first ever VH1 Hip Hop Honors tour.  Joined by legends MC Lyte and Bid Daddy Kane, The Roots crafted one hell of a setlist, paying homage to classic hip-hop.  In fact, this tour was the first and only time The Roots rocked an entire 2.5 hour set without performing a single Roots song (this night happened to be one of the few exceptions from the tour as they performed Proceed and Clones, with a rare guest spot from Malik B).  There are way too many highlights from the show to list them all, but a definite “oh shit!” moment was Black Thought flawlessly impersonating everyone in the Wu Tang Clan on Protect Ya Neck.  This tour was also the unleashing of Black Thought’s epic cover of Men @ Work, which is breath control at its finest.  The setlist speaks for itself, so check it out below and enjoy our exclusive recording of the entire 2.5 hour concert below- this one is not to be missed!

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