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@JenkyJenks @DJShakim1 - Emancipation (@KevinNottingham)


Audio: Spectac & Shakim - Emancipation

Courtesy Kevin Nottingham.

Here's a sneak peak into the album's opening track, "Emancipation". If you know the sample, head over to KevinNottingham.com now. First person to leave a comment with the correct sample will get a FREE advance copy of the album!

Audio: @HayzeCT - "Life Is Hell" f/ @ApathyDGZ


Audio: Hayze - "Life Is Hell" f/ Apathy

Courtesy Audible Treats.

Today, Hayze is releasing a brand new single from the tape, "Life Is Hell," which features Apathy and serves as a perfect introduction for the hardened, quick-witted lyricism that caught Apathy's attention when he first heard Hayze rap less than a year ago. "He sounded mad different from anything I was hearing," recalls Apathy. "Most fans would probably expect me to champion someone who has a similar sound as Demigodz, or Army of the Pharaohs, but that's exactly the opposite of what I heard from him and what I dug about his music."

Video: Freddy Benz - Where Do You Live? (@FreddyDantastic)


Video: Freddy Benz - Where Do You Live?

Courtesy RRP.

Title: Where Do You Live?
Artist: Freddy Benz
Twitter: @FreddyDantastic

New Audio: @Nametag & Nameless "Whatcha Want" (@MacMediaPromo)


New Audio: Nametag & Nameless "Whatcha Want"

Courtesy Matt B.

The second track from Nametag and Nameless for the #TGIF or #TGIForNamesake series that has been transpiring throughout February. Look for the upcoming Nametag & Nameless 'For Namesake' album dropping 4-16-2013 on Brick Records.

TheFly1s Release New Video for "Grind"


TheFly1s Release New Video for "Grind"

Courtesy Rafa H.

New Video from Thefly1s looking for blogs and sites! thanks in advance

Streetcode Danj x Camacho x Poe Swayzie x Louie Rock Produced by: Louie Rock

Video: @KINGSOFTHECITY - Please Tell Me (@730Promo)


Video: KINGS OF THE CITY - Please Tell Me

Courtesy 730 Promo.

London based collective Kings Of The City release brand new track ‘Please Tell Me’, recently premiered world-wide as a future hit on Radio 1 by Zane Lowe. As a band they exist in the badlands between Blues, Rock and Hip Hop somewhere in the midst of Jake Bugg, Plan B, Oasis and Wretch 32.

Please Tell Me is a track influenced by Classic Rock and Hip Hop with a Blues laden riff making it simultaneously dark and powerful. The chorus is sung with passionate desperation complimented by the gripping raps over smooth and swaying guitars.

@SoulKhan: Iron Galaxy Freestyle


Soul Khan: Iron Galaxy Freestyle

This is one of my favorite beats off of what I consider the last indisputable classic hip hop album. Hope you like how I handled it. Cuts by DJ Brace.

Awkward Black Girl Part 1 of Season Finale Now Available! (@i_am_OTHER)


Awkward Black Girl Part 1 of Season Finale Now Available!

Courtesy Rebecca N.

Part one of the two-part Awkward Black Girl season finale is here! J has a full plate as she juggles her final job interview and her failing relationship with White Jay. Plus there's a new twist at Gutbusters.

@MegaRan: Presidents' Day Sale


Mega Ran: Presidents' Day Sale

What up y'all, in the midst of finishing up tour with a last show in Vegas at the Bunkhouse... Come on through if ya can. Thank you for attending.

If not, celebrate Presidents' Day with a major deal. Save 50% off all music on my music page:

http://megaranmusic.com
With the code deadprez - no quotes or caps.

Get Half off on ANY ALBUM!! Enjoy and share. But this deal is only going to you loyal believers on the mailing list :-)

New music alert! Peep our V-Day joint "Who Killed Cupid." I actually made a beat that I liked! :-)

http://soundcloud.com/jermiside/random-ariano-and-jermiside

I am happy to tell you that an East Coast and Midwest tour will begin March 2. More details to come.
Audio: Shottie as Slim Floyd - Life After Love (@95Labs)


Audio: Shottie as Slim Floyd - Life After Love

Courtesy 95 Labs.

Life After Love is an EP based on a true story, where Shottie stars as Slim Floyd, an urban crooner who sings about his heart break after moving to L.A. to pursue his film career.


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