Dig new music from Ankhlejohn, Jehst, Dueling Experts, Che Noir, Roc C and more this Mixtape Monday

Ankhlejohn is up first with As Above So Below, Jehst drops one for the Heathens, Dueling Experts follow with DE2: Sand The Floor and Che Noir is back with After 12. Roc C takes a trip on OxTales.

Nowaah The Flood returns to drop The Piece With The Magnetic, RedRum body The Lucifer Effect, Bahamadia drops Dialed Up Vol. 4 and Kiezin closes this week with We Move Different.

Ankhlejohn – As Above So Below
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Ankhlejohn follows Mahamudra and The New Militia with the new full-length album As Above So Below produced by Navy Blue.

Jehst – Heathens
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UK spitter Jehst makes quick work of four heaters on the Heathens EP produced by Bastien Keb, Jaisu, Pitch 92 and DJ Ideal.

Dueling Experts – DE2: Sand The Floor
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Verbal Kent and Recognize Ali are back as the Dueling Experts with the release of the Dueling Experts sequel DE2: Sand The Floor.

Che Noir – After 12
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On the mic and behind the boards, Che Noir returns with the self-produced After 12 EP featuring Sa-Roc, 38 Spesh, Ransom, The Musalini and more.

Roc C – OxTales
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Roc C takes a rhythmic voyage through the land of Oxnard on the OxTales album featuring Oh No, Jelly Roll, D. Moe, King Harris and more.

38 Spesh – 1995
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Following 1994, 38 Spesh gets busy over a handful of Golden Era classics on the 1995 mixtape hosted by DJ Green Lantern.

Nowaah The Flood – The Piece With The Magnetic
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Back after a raft of projects including The Nowaah and The Dewer, Nowaah The Flood drops off The Piece With The Magnetic.

RedRum- The Lucifer Effect
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Orlando spitters Racks and Red Eye aka RedRum follow standout single “Cold Blooded” with the debut of The Lucifer Effect.


Bahamadia – Dialed Up Vol. 4
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Back with the third installment of her ongoing mobile production series, Bahamadia gets down to business on Dialed Up Vol. 4.

Kiezin – We Move Different
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Following We Strong and Can’t Stop Us, Kiezin is back to cap the year with a new batch of beats titled We Move Different.

Karas Lamb writes and digs for tunes you haven’t heard yet. She wants to listen to your music. Follow her on Twitter @karaslamb.

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