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NEW MUSIC: Scheme & Astonish - Born In The Trap

From Scheme773:

NEW MUSIC: Scheme & Astonish - Born In The Trap

Scheme, Astonish and DJ Scend will be performing on June 1st at Bronx, NY. In honor of the trip, they released a new song over some DJ Premier. Be sure to check out the joint, share it with your friends, and come out to the show on June 1st if you are in NY.

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Album Stream: @Oddisee - 'People Hear What They See'

From Nora Ritchie:

Album Stream: Oddisee - 'People Hear What They See'

Yesterday, SPIN premiered producer/rapper Oddisee's debut full-length album People Hear What They See. You can stream the album in its entirety now. People Hear What They See will be released on June 12th via Mello Music Group. The album will be available digitally via an iTunes pre-release on June 5th.

Stream Oddisee - People Hear What They See in its entirety here: .

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Video: DJ J-Ronin f/ Lil' Fame of M.O.P. - "Misery"

From J-Ronin:

Video: DJ J-Ronin f/ Lil' Fame of M.O.P. - "Misery"

DJ J-Ronin ft. Lil Fame of M.O.P. - Misery. The 1st video promoting DJ J-Ronin and DJ Snips - All Elements vol.12 hosted by M.O.P. Out no. To Purchase copies of the mixtape go to . Misery Video - Directed by Jon John TV -  Edited by Born King.

Video: Yamin Semali of Clan Destined - "Are You Sure"

From Dunn Deal PR:

Video: Yamin Semali of Clan Destined - "Are You Sure"

Atlanta-based emcee/producer Yamin Semali of rap duo Clan Destined presents the music video for the Illastrate-produced single "Are You Sure", also featuring flutist Rasheeda Ali who has collaborated with Darryl Reeves' Mercury Project and Stacy Epps among others. Illastrate is an Atlanta-based producer who has worked with Boog Brown, Dynas, Tiye Phoenix and more. "Are You Sure" is Yamin's second video, preparing for his upcoming fall release Yamin.

Video: @THEREALPROZAK Interview With - Part 3

Video: Prozak (Strange Music) Interview With - Part 3

Strange Music hip-hop artist Prozak joined us for an exclusive interview backstage in Omaha, Nebraska before his performance on The Hostile Takeover 2012 tour. In this final chapter we talk about bringing back lyrical arts in hip-hop, what inspires Prozak when he writes songs (it's not what you'd expect), and the one thing hip-hop fans don't know about Prozak they SHOULD know. Be sure to check out "Tales From the Sick" and "Paranormal," visit for more information about The Hostile Takeover 2012 tour and stay tuned for part 3 of our interview! Follow Prozak on Twitter @THEREALPROZAK and follow us @RapReviews.

@KeroOne Uses Kickstarter to Launch New Album COLOR THEORY

From Kero One:

Kero One Uses Kickstarter to Launch New Album COLOR THEORY

Breaking away from the traditional avenue of releasing music, Kero One is using to help fund his upcoming album, Color Theory. Kickstarter is a new all-or-nothing funding method where projects must be fully-funded or no money changes hands.

For this project to succeed, Kero One is looking to raise $10,000 in less than 30 days.  Every pledge to help achieve this goal will not go unnoticed.  There will be rewards given for different pledge amounts, such as: CD's and digital copies of Color Theory, T-shirts, records, and much more.  All digital copy rewards of Kero One’s upcoming album will be sent prior to the July 4 th release date.  Check out Kero One’s story, help make his next album the biggest of his career, and reserve your advance copy of his upcoming album, using the link below.

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MP3: 2 Piece f/ Sgt. B - "Ms. America"

From DJ Scrill:

MP3: 2 Piece f/ Sgt. B - "Ms. America"

Kickdoe Ent. & 704 DJs Presents 2 Piece "Ms. America" ft. SGT. B

2 Piece-Ms. America ft. SGT. B (Clean)

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2 Piece-Ms. America ft. SGT. B (Dirty)

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Mixtape: @DJNoize - Durdee Radio Mixtape Show 9

From DJ Noize:

Mixtape: DJ Noize - Durdee Radio Mixtape Show 9

    T.I. - Like That
    Ace Hood - B.L.A.B. (Ballin Like A Bitch)
    Gillie Da Kid - Take Off (Ft. Meek Mill)
    Meek Mill - Burn (Ft. Big Sean)
    Busta Rhymes - King Tut (Ft. Reek Da Villain)
    Ludacris - Jingalin
    Meek Mill - House Party (Remix) (Ft. Fabolous, Wale & Mac Miller)
    DJ Drama - We In This Bitch (Remix) (Ft. Drake & Future)
    Rick Ross - So Sophisticated (Ft. Meek Mill)
    Twista - She Sluggin
    French Montana - Everythings A Go (Remix) (Ft. Wale, Fabolous & Jadakiss)
    Brisco - Pocket Watching (Ft. Ace Hood)
    Ozihcs - Screamin (Ft. Lil Wyte)
    Wiz Khalifa - Work Hard Play Hard
    Tyga - Designer
    Chris Brown - Mercy (Freestyle)
    Waka Flocka Flame - Lurkin (Ft. Plies)
    Future - Same Damn Time (Remix) (Ft. Diddy & Ludacris)
    Chingy - Yangin
    Chris Brown - Bitch I'm Paid
    Ca$h Out - Cashin Out (Remix) (Ft. Young Jeezy, Fabolous & Yo Gotti)
    Mann - YN (Ft. Buddy)
    Wale & Meek Mill - Actin Up (Ft. French Montana)

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PR: NY Rapper @BKCashmere Drops "Take Me Higher" Single

From Yo! PR:

NY Rapper Cashmere Drops "Take Me Higher" Single

One of the underground's most hyped rappers, especially in New York City, is thrilled to present his latest single, "Take Me Higher", which is now available on iTunes and Amazon. The uplifting track by Cashmere, which has been generating a huge buzz, blends the rapper's distinct styles over a melodic and inspirational beat. The single is featured on Cashmere's latest album, "Take Me Away", which was nominated for "Underground Album Of The Year" in 2011 at the prestigious Underground Music Awards (UMA).

Cashmere (born Tywan M. Harris) is a versatile rapper, songwriter, and entrepreneur, and no newbie to the music industry as he's already rocking the underground Hip-Hop circuit since years as one of the most sought after rappers from New York.

Once hailed as the next superstar from the Big Apple with official support from DJ Kay Slay, Notorious B.I.G.'s official deejay, DJ Enuff, Hot 97's Funkmaster Flex and Mister Cee, and DJ Clue, Cashmere is back on his grind, backed by his label The Cash Administration.

The Source claimed that "Cashmere is leading the charge to bring the Hip-Hop crown back home" and with major record labels such as Def Jam, Sony, and E1 Music chasing the much talented and hyped rapper, Cashmere is once again ready to show why he is one of the underground kings of New York.

Cashmere has worked with many major artists including UGK member Bun B, old school legend Big Daddy Kane, The Diplomats' head honcho Jim Jones, Lil Boosie, Akon, Maino, Shady Records signee and Slaughterhouse member Joell Ortiz and a host of others.

Support great music, support great artists and support a rapper that truly lives and breathes Hip-Hop by downloading his single, "Take Me Higher", now on iTunes or Amazon.

SINGLE: "Take Me Higher" by Cashmere now on iTunes .

SINGLE: "Take Me Higher" by Cashmere now on Amazon .

ALBUM: "Take Me Away" by Cashmere now on iTunes .

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Video: Proe - "The Worst" (@RichieCunning)

From Routine Fly:

Video: Proe - "The Worst"

The official video for Proe's “The Worst” off the FREE digital album “Be Brave, Gladiator”. The Video was conceived by Proe and inspired from a impassioned love for Horror cinema. Don’t be surprised if you see more nods to this genre in the future. The video features the beautiful and stunning Charmaine Olivia who is also an incredible artist.  Shot and directed by Trevor Traynor.  Edited by R2T2.

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