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Flowman – Get This Money (Prod. by Scarecrow Beats)

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Since the release of Legion: The Rise of the Primarch, Flowman has kept an admittedly low profile. After taking some time off to get “back to the basics”, Flowman has announced his upcoming SuperFlowSpitta project, spearheaded with the lead single “Get This Money.” Produced by Scarecrow Beats, Flowman delivers his …

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IGotFlow Podcast Episode 37: “Release The Kraken!!!”

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The fellas are back again with an all sports episode this week and chop it up re: Dallas Cowboys free agency additions & draft strategy, the high-profile and controversial addition of Greg Hardy, the Dallas Mavericks and their run towards the NBA’s postseason, AJ Lee’s retirement, and Wrestlemania 31’s aftermath! …

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IGotFlow Podcast Episode 35: “Kill Yourself” (Guest Starring: Bigg Boss)

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The guys are joined by Bigg Boss as they preview the Super Bowl, talk Dallas Mavericks basketball, Dr. Dre signing DFW-area artist Love, JT (aka Justin Night) and the resulting hate he’s received from some in the Dallas underground scene, why underground artists get overlooked by major labels, Lil’ Wayne …

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Kei Stoakland – Californicating (Album Review)

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For those of you who don’t know Kei Stoakland, you’re missing out on one of DFW’s hardest working artists. Before listening to his debut album, “Californicating”, I was mainly acclimated with him through the various open mics and underground hip-hop shows in the DFW area. I wasn’t too familiar with …

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IGotFlow Podcast Episode 32: “We Dem Boyz”

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Flowman and J-Dub celebrate the Cowboys’ winning the NFC East, the Dallas Mavericks trading for Rajon Rondo, Bobby Schmurda’s legal issues, the deliberate targeting of hip-hop artists by law enforcement, people incriminating themselves via social media, the great Instagram Purge of 2014, J.Cole outselling Nicki Minaj and Rick Ross with …