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Mad Dukez: Robbed in Montreal

blog by Ben Kirst  • 

{video_photo_caption}Mad Dukez got ripped off in Montreal.

Bad news: Buffalo hip-hop artist Mad Dukez and his tourmates have been robbed. Here’s the situation, according to Dukez’ label, Deep Thinka Records:

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Mad Dukez climbing the charts in Canada

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{video_photo_caption}Mad Dukez is making moves in Canada and beyond

Buffalo’s own Mad Dukez—the notoriously verbose wordslinger, former Artvoice BOOM Competition winner (with jazz-hop trio

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New (and free) music from two (very different) artists

blog by Ben Kirst  • 

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Snowed in? Using the excuse of being snowed in to live like a hermit? You’re going to need some music in that cocoon of yours, and luckily, a pair of nationally recognized recording artists from Western New York are just giving it away this weekend.

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Gettin’ ‘Lo’ on Saturday at DBGBs

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  • 

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There’s a strong sense of nostalgia when it comes to ‘90s hip-hop. The era of Biggie and ‘Pac is viewed as an extension of rap’s Golden Age—which many…

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Mad Dukez, the Deleted Scenes tour and the art of the freestyle

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{video_photo_caption}Mad Dukez is coming back to Buffalo this Friday.

Mad Dukez, one of the hardest-working rappers you’re going to find coming out of Buffalo, is nothing if not prodigious. In just the past year, Dukez has released five…

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Mad Dukez drops free online EP

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  • 

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In an underground scene that’s difficult to crack, Buffalo rapper Mad Dukez is doing all he can for exposure, trying to create a surge of momentum prior to the launch of his first album.

The rapper, who also fronts Type Relevant, released a free 11-song…

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Buffalo emcee extraordinaire Mad Dukez drops 716 (Seven Tracks, One City, Six Senses)

blog by Ben Kirst  • 

{video_photo_caption}Buffalo emcee extraordinaire Madd Dukez.

Buffalo’s hip-hop scene is legitimately underground. While even the most insulated Western New Yorkers, if hard-pressed, could probably toss of the names of three or four local bands, it’s a safe bet that less than one person in 50 could rattle off the…