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Action Bronson & Party Supplies - Blue Chips

Before becoming a rapper, Action Bronson was a well-respected chef in New York City. His love for food might explain his size. But he's left the kitchen and turned his attention fully to hip-hop, garnering comparisons to Ghostface Killah a long the way. His latest mixtape finds him working with producer Party Supplies and the title is in reference to Shaquille O'Neal's only good movie Blue Chips.

Download: Blue Chips

Big K.R.I.T. - 4eva N A Day

Rapper Big K.R.I.T. has built quite a reputation for himself based on several popular mixtapes including last year's Return of 4eva. His latest highly anticipated mixtape provides a glimpse in the day of the Mississippi native.

Download: 4eve N A Day

Mac Miller - Macadelic

Mac Miller certainly has his share of detractors on the Internet. A fact he makes mention of on a few tracks off his latest mixtape entitled Macadelic. Regardless of his critics he continues on and seems to get better with each effort.

Download: Macadelic

Asher Roth - Pabst & Jazz

Most people will likely remember Asher Roth for his big hit single "I Love College." While he hasn't been able to recapture the commercial success of that song he has built up a loyal fan base and continues to release mixtapes.

Download: Pabst & Jazz

A$AP Rocky - LiveLoveA$AP

Harlem-based rapper A$AP Rocky exploded onto the scene with his first mixtape LiveLoveA$AP. So much so he has already singed a deal with Sony/RCA based off the strength of his first two videos and managed to become a favorite of hipster music blogs like Gorilla vs. Bear and Pitchfork.

Download: LiveLoveA$AP

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