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Masta Killa Speaks On Early Days Of Wu-Tang (@NatureSounds)


Masta Killa Speaks On Early Days Of Wu-Tang

Courtesy Nature Sounds.

With the release of his third solo album Selling My Soul, Masta Killa has become one of the most consistent solo artists in the Wu Tang Clan family. But back in the early 90s, Killa was just another hungry young emcee looking for an opportunity. In a new video interview, MK recalls those early years of the Wu, including the story behind his entry into the group on the classic track "Da Mystery Of Chessboxin". Killa also explains why he's the only Wu member not featured on the group's breakout single "Protect Ya Neck", plus GZA's reaction to MK's first written rhymes. Selling My Soul is Masta Killa's first new studio album in over six years, and features production from the likes of 9th Wonder, Mathematics, Inspectah Deck, PF Cuttin, and more. It's now available in physical and digital stores everywhere.

@BoBATL Strange Clouds: The Game Available Free on iTunes


B.o.B's Strange Clouds: The Game Available Free on iTunes

Courtesy Walter S.

B.o.B's "Strange Clouds: The Game" is available free this holiday season on the iTunes App store. Get it for the iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/strange-clouds-game-by-b.o.b/id541258504?mt=8 .

Take a trip through space with B.o.B, find strange clouds and earn energy for your rocket ship. Check out a trailer here http://www.strangecloudsthegame.com .
Locked Out Of Swimming Pools - First Track From @ScottMelker


Locked Out Of Swimming Pools - First Track From Scott Melker

The Melker Project - Locked Out Of Swimming Pools ft. Kendrick Lamar and Bruno Mars

GET THE SINGLE OFF OF THE UPCOMING ALBUM FOR FREE!

@Rapsody Talks Differences from Nicki Minaj & @9thWonderMusic


Rapsody Talks Differences from Nicki Minaj & 9th Wonder's Influence

Courtesy Matt B.

Rapsody speaks on 9th Wonder & Raleigh, North Carolina's inspiration and how Spoken Word influenced her artist name. She also touches on why female MC's shouldn't get boxed in and how there is room for what Nicki Minaj does and what she does.

Hustle Cartel News: NYCE New Video (@HustleCartelEnt)


Hustle Cartel News: NYCE New Video

Courtesy Jon Asher.

DEC 22 - NYCE & T-MONEY Open for Ace Hood w/ Mona Lisa, Spity @ Telus Theatre, Montreal, QC

Video Submission - @Lancecape Ft. @KorryDeez - Napalm


Video Submission - Lancecape Ft. Korry Deez - Napalm

Courtesy Korry D.

Lancecape is no stranger when it comes to beats and has steadily been perfecting his production skills for roughly 15 years. Having produced bangers for the likes of Frank N Dank, Rapper Big Pooh, Keith Murray, AG and Cannibus he has gained ground in the global beat circuit. Being in Detroit's Red Bull 'Big Tune' beat battle Lancecape was able to grab the crowds respect, finish as a semifinalist and rub shoulders with hip hop heavyweights Black Milk, Jake One, Oh No and Alchemist.

New Audio: @RealWem f/ Neako "Always Put In Work"


New Audio: Wem f/ Neako "Always Put In Work"

Courtesy Matt B.

Following up his 2011 debut mixtape, The Unexpected, New Jersey product Wem return’s with his sophomore mixtape Intellectual Arrogance, which features guests and production from Maybach Music Group artist Rockie Fresh, Neako, Nickelus F, Cardo and more.

Video: @SnowThaProduct "F#ck Your Phone" Lyric Vid


Video: Snow Tha Product "F#ck Your Phone" Lyric Vid

Courtesy Dove @ Tygereye.

Whether you're at a crazy party or on a hot date, you can almost guarantee that people are spending more time Tweeting and Instagramming than talking with each other... so Snow Tha Product is giving it to you straight with "F#ck Your Phone"!!

The Countdown Begins on December 26th on @CentricTV


The Countdown Begins on December 26th on Centric TV

Courtesy Terrace W.

Before saying "Bye Baby" to 2012, Centric is giving viewers a "Refill" of some of the hottest R&B and Hip-Hop music of 2012 as the network announced today, The Hot 50. The four-part, year-end special features artists such as, Beyonce, Mary J. Blige, Usher and Miguel and will kick off on Wednesday, December 26th at 8:00AM ET.

The Hot 50 will be hosted by Centric's entertainment correspondent, Jasmine Sanders. Teamed up with Jasmine will be a few of entertainments leading media experts - Cori Murphy, Entertainment Director, Essence Magazine; Nicole Spence, Celebrity Editor, Global Grind; Ed Love, TV Personality, Comedian and Radio Personality, SiriusXM's Backspin; Sean Lynch, Assistant Editor, The Source and Jermaine Hall, Editor-in-Chief, Vibe - who will appear throughout the countdown special adding their commentary.

Mark your calendar - below is the complete schedule of The Hot 50:

DATE TIME COUNTDOWN
December 26th 8:00AM ET Top 50 - 41
December 27th 8:00AM ET Top 40 - 31
December 28th 8:00AM ET Top 30 - 21
December 29th 8:00-10:00AM ET Top 20 - 1

Paxton Baker is General Manger & EVP for Centric. Depelsha Mcgruder is SVP of Business Operations for Centric. Produced by Rod McDonald. Nicole Johnson is Talent Booker and Music Producer.

About CENTRIC:

Centric is a 24-hour music and entertainment channel that reflects the lifestyle and sophistication of today's African-American and multicultural adult viewer. With a finger on the pulse of an ever-changing beat, its compelling music content fuses Soul, R&B, Neo-Soul, Hip Hop, Reggae, Gospel, Jazz, Old School, New School and everything in between with today's hottest artists. It is a unique of mix of music, culture and lifestyle programming that embodies the lives, tastes and aspirations of the CENTRIC viewer: All you. All day. All night.

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Eve... "She Bad Bad" Video Teaser (@TheRealEVE)


Eve... "She Bad Bad" Video Teaser

Courtesy 'Stache Media.

EVE

"SHE BAD BAD" VIDEO TEASER

OFFICIAL VIDEO TO PREMIERE ON VEVO 1/8/13


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