The Wrap Up – November 30, 2009

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This week’s clippings:

  • Charles Hamilton finally emerges from seclusion (twitter.com)
  • Twitter prepares long-anticipated move to advertising model (wired.com)
  • Saul Williams essay on Morehouse College’s new dress code (essence.com)
  • Mercury Prize winner Speech Debelle wants to leave Big Dada (bbc.co.uk)
  • MC Paul Barman drops first album in seven years with guest features from DOOM and Prince Paul (avclub.com)
  • Sluggish sales for “DJ Hero” despite Jay-Z, Eminem, DJ Shadow promotions (woooha.com)
  • XXL’s top 100 mainstream hip pop hop websites (xxlmag.com)
  • More Monday morning quaterbacking on first-week sales for Wale’s Attention Deficit (therapup.uproxx.com)

We’ve got issues: C-Rayz Walz, Where the Walz Things Are (filedropper.com), Gotham Green’s Haze Diaries Volume 2 (gothamgreen.bandcamp.com), Danny!, Where Is Danny? (2dopeboyz.com), Blueprint & Illogic’s Electric Purgatory Pt. 1 (greenhousecrew.bandcamp.com), Lupe Fiasco’s Enemy of the State: A Love Story (2dopeboyz.com), Get Busy Committee and DJ Cheapshot’s Uzi Does It (yousendit.com)

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