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Ca$his The Art of Living

Chicago born Rapper Ca$his will be releasing his latest album, The Art of Living, on May 3rd via Cleopatra Records. He recently released a video for the LP lead single “What Ca$his Bout”.

The LP’s latest single is called “Pacen” and can also be streamed below.

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Soul'd Out's Tenth Anniversary

The Soul’d Out Music Festival is coming up again this April, and this year will mark its tenth anniversary. We wanted to make sure you’re properly prepared. Starting on April 16th and ending on April 21st, each day is packed full with artists performing all over town. There will be close to 50 artists performing this year, and each act is incredibly talented. Here at the Deli, we want to give a shout out to some of those artists. The legendary Buddy Guy will be playing at The Roseland on April 17th. DJ/MC team Eric B & Rakim will be taking the stage at the Roseland on the 18th. Coming all the way from Brooklyn, rapper Leikeli47 will be playing the Wonder Ballroom on April 18th. 

If you want to find out more information, check out the Soul’d Out website. The full schedule is currently available.

-By Nick Hartman

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Spectacular Diagnostics "For Pete's Sake"

Beat Maker Spectacular Diagnostics has dropped a new double single featuring “For Pete’s Sake” b/w “It Takes A…”. Both tracks explore the more Jazz influenced side of Hip Hop and sampling, and perfect for a hazy Spring morning.

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Noname "Song 32"

Noname has dropped a new single called “Song 32”. The track was produced by Phoelix and is her second single of 2019. Both singles come on the heels of her 2018 debut full-length album, Room 25.

You can catch Noname on June 4th at Huntington Bank Pavilion with Anderson.Paak and Thundercat.

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Caine Casket brings his unique Hip Hop to Elsewhere on 04.13

Hip-hop up and comer Caine Casket is happy to go against the grain of the genre’s current mood by delving into his Liberian ancestry and producing emotionally charged lyrics that go beyond the surface of parties and money and examine the state of race relations in America today. By allowing percussive rhythms, electric guitars, and ambient sounds to lead the way in many of the tracks from his latest record 9 Nights, Caine Casket truly brings out the spirit of his ancestry and raises the pulse of today’s hip-hop with something wholly new and refreshing. Caine Casket will be representing Garden State, New Jersey at his next show at Elsewhere in Brooklyn, NY. Check out his single “Domino” below. - Rene Cobar

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