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Video: Pavy, "Pointless Rap Song" f. Vic Spencer


From Dunn Deal PR:

Video: Pavy, "Pointless Rap Song" f. Vic Spencer

S.U.H. Entertainment presents the Thomas Price-directed music video for "Pointless Rap Song", from his most recent album Middle Class Ignorance. "Pointless" features emcee Vic Spencer, best known for his verse on Kidz In The Hall's "I Swear". Middle Class Ignorance features Capital K, D2G, Ashley Laschelle, Ca$hflow Ellis, The Boy Illinois and JDP. "Pointless" is the seventh video from the Middle Class Ignorance project (see "Rage", "Peer Pressure", "Confusions", "Put Me In Ya Club", "Triumphant" and "Nobody Cares").

PR: New Grip Grand Album "ESAE" Available NOW


From Routine Fly:

PR: New Grip Grand Album "ESAE" Available NOW

The new album from Grip Grand, ESAE, is out June 5th!

Here's the info straight from the man Grip Grand himself:

"So…… You want my new album free? Well, I’m happy to give it to you after everything you’ve done for me. BUT– I worked very hard on it. Creating it took a lot of time, energy, heart, and soul. If you really feel like supporting my music, please DONATE when you download. You can name your own price. Think of it as a tip jar! Any amount is appreciated, and all proceeds go directly toward funding more music and keeping my infant son off the streets. So, without further ado…

Download ESAE here. Right here. Click on these words, and they will take you to the site with the album on it. You know how the Internet works, right?

OK, if you can’t bear to part with your hard-earned change, or you already bought some of these songs when they were digi-singles, or you’re just a heartless wretch who would prefer my child to sleep in a box on a bus bench somewhere, here’s how you get ESAE for FREE: Click on the link above. “Buy” the album. When you name your own price, make it zero. It’s just that simple! And I promise I won’t hold it against you. Freeloader. Alright then. I was gonna write a bunch of other bullshit about the album, but just go get it already. Use your own fucking ears to tell you what it’s about. That’s what’s up.

Peace and respect,
Grip Grand

Video: Shameik Moore f/ Shawty Lo - "Show Out"


From Rap Star Promo:

Video: Shameik Moore f/ Shawty Lo - "Show Out"

Shameik Moore is a teenage heart throb who resides in Atlanta GA. In the entertainment industry, Shameik is truly a triple threat as he sings, act and dance. "By far one of the best, HANDS DOWN". Bad Newz Entertainment just released a hot new single titled “Show Out” ft. Shawty Lo courtesy of D4L/G-Unit Records. This single produced by Skematics/ GME Studios is poised to be a smash hit in the clubs as well as on the streets. This youngster shows no signs of slowing down.

Video: @MarcusManchild "Hay (Freestyle)" dir. Michael Artis


From Nancy B:

Video: Marcus Manchild "Hay (Freestyle)" dir. Michael Artis

AMG presents  a brand new video from  MARCUS MANCHILD  "HAY" FREESTYLE

Audio: Patience Price - "Beast"


Audio: Patience Price - "Beast"

Courtesy RBC Records.

* http://soundcloud.com/old-scratch/patience-price-beast-1 *

CDQ MP3: L.E.P. Bogus Boys - "Showtime" (prod. Jahlil Beats)


From Audible Treats:

CDQ MP3: L.E.P. Bogus Boys - "Showtime" (prod. Jahlil Beats)

Chicago has been making some serious waves in hip-hop over the past six months, with artists emerging from across the city to create the city's most powerful movement in years. To help capture the scene's excitement, some of Chicago's biggest DJ's and tastemakers, including DJ Victoriouz, DJ Twin, DJ Pharris, and Moe Bey, came together to release The New Chicago, Vol 1. a tape that features the likes of Chief Keef, King Louie, Lil Durk, and more.

The L.E.P. Bogus Boys have been - and continue to be - at the forefront of the Chicago movement, and in proving their position, the Southside Chicago duo delivered what was easily the standout track from that mixtape with "Showtime". Now, L.E.P. are excited to release the non-DJ CDQ version of the track.

"Showtime" is produced by Jahlil Beats, who's also been making quite the name for himself in 2012, and the pairing of Jahlil's energetic, snare-led production and L.E.P.'s dark street tales come together as a perfect fit. Count & Moonie each deliver stellar verses, but the true standout moment comes with the hook, elevating the track into the perfect, catchy street single.

Download "Showtime" here: http://soundcloud.com/fadermedia/lep-bogus-boys-showtime .

MP3: Mook f/ Rocko - "B.F.F."


MP3: Mook f/ Rocko - "B.F.F."

Courtesy M3W.

* http://www.mp3waxx.com/jobfolders/mookrockobff/blast-page.html *

MP3: D-Pryde f/ Bun B - "Hometown Hero" (@DPrizzy)


MP3: D-Pryde f/ Bun B - "Hometown Hero"

Courtesy Chris @ E1.

* http://www.sharebeast.com/5hd0gvypqtpr *

Shane Eli Performing Live at the HOUSE OF BLUES on Thurs. 6/21


From Shane Eli Music:

Shane Eli Performing Live at the HOUSE OF BLUES on Thursday June 21st

At this point you have probably received a few email blasts about Shane Eli performing live. Some of you have checked him out, others haven't. After tearing down the Viper Room on May 12th he was just asked to play the main stage at the House of Blues on the Sunset Strip on Thursday June 21st! 

This is Shane's biggest show to date, and the fact that it's happening in Los Angeles makes it even sweeter. Performing with his full live band, this is going to be an incredible night you cannot miss!

If you've never seen Shane Eli live before, NOW IS YOUR CHANCE!

Email: shaneelimusic@gmail.com if you're interested in getting tickets...

PR: Wiz Khalifa Performing "Work Hard" at MTV Movie Awards


From MTV:

PR: Wiz Khalifa Performing "Work Hard" at MTV Movie Awards

Kurt Patat here from MTV with a link to Wiz Khalifa performing "Work Hard Play Hard (Live)" on the 2012 MTV Movie Awards.

http://www.mtv.com/videos/misc/785880/work-hard-play-hard-live.jhtml#id=1686010


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