Madlib, Talib Kweli & More Released New Music Today. Here’s Some Of The Best (Audio)

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Life is too short to listen to bad music. So…let AFH fight through it for you and only supply you with that great stuff. Despite the reports, Hip-Hop is alive and well and, in many ways, is better than it’s ever been. Not only are we able to go back and listen to all of our favorites, at the click of a button, there is also a ton of great music still being made by artists, young and veteran alike…if you know where to look.

To help with that task, we’ve created two playlists. One features more recent music—songs that have been released within the last year or so—while the other is throwback, focused on the 1980s and ’90s. We update each of these playlists regularly, so, if you like what you hear, subscribe to follow us on Spotify.

This Throwback Playlist Celebrates The Hip-Hop That Is Never Played-Out. (Audio)

While the world waited for Eminem to release his new album today–an event that thus far has not materialized–a ton of great music by other artists dropped. Talib Kweli shared his album Radio Silence, featuring Jay Electronica, Anderson .Paak and more. Madlib, MED and Blu released a joint EP. Anderson .Paak and his Knxwledge released remixes to their NxWorries joint project, and more. Take a listen to some of the best from each below.

In addition to those artists, the playlist features music from Eminem, Wu-Tang Clan, Rapsody, Big K.R.I.T., Kendrick Lamar, B.o.B., Snoop Dogg, Oddisee, Mozzy, Elzhi, J.I.D., Brother Ali, Lil Dicky, Logic, The Roots, Vic Mensa, Common, Sean Price, and a host of others.