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MP3/Instrumental: Auxiliary Arms (Masai Bey & L.I.F.E. Long)

From L.I.F.E. Long:

MP3/Instrumental: Auxiliary Arms (Masai Bey & L.I.F.E. Long)

Peace fam here is the Auxiliary arms (masai bey & l.i.f.e.long) single feat akbar,yahzeed,citizen kane,nickel,mr.cord produced by tensho cuts by fredones. Thanks again.

Free DL: Monstaville Music Mixtape Leak (@PlayaRaeDaBoss)

From MM:

Free Download: Monstaville Music Mixtape Leak



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Free Download: @TrickstaUK - "Just Before Nightfall"

From Park Street PR:

Free Download: Tricksta - "Just Before Nightfall"

Tricksta has been involved in the Hip-Hop scene since the late 1980's starting off as a pirate radio deejay, to record shop assistant and record label admin, Tricksta went to DJ all over Europe and five different cities in the USA, as well as starting his own label, magazine, mixtape series, promo company and events. Tricksta is a driving force in UK Hip-Hop but always remains that first and foremost his is a fan & general enthusiast of the scene, the music and the culture.

Tricksta's debut 'artist' album already promises to be one of the biggest UK underground releases of the year and recently got signed to RGS Entertainment, the label that have previously released projects from Cashtastic, K-Koke/USG, Klashnekoff, Ashley Walters, Blak Twang and many more. The album features 48 emcees from all over the UK including Logic, Iron Braydz, Genesis Elijah, Scorzayzee, MCD, Supar Novar, LATE, Karl Hinds, Big Cakes, Dubbledge, Seanie T, Wordsmiff, Ramson Badbones and many more.

'Just Before Nightfall' is twenty track street album mixtape with UK Runnings which acts as the perfect prelude to the album. This project showcases Tricksta's production with features from some of the biggest names in UK Hip-Hop. Once again this project is like a celebration of the scene with some killer contributions from the likes of  Reveal, Big Narstie, Juice Aleem, Konny Kon, Ms Tempz, Big Dutty Deeze, Jimmy Screech, Terra Slim, Sir Tomz, Nih'illi, S. Kalibre, Jai Boo, Big Ben, B-iLLA, Ragz Sweet Jones, Danny Bones, Ruthless, Jaz Kahina and many more!

Tricksta 'Just Before Nightfall' - Full tracklisting:

01 - Intro Feat. Gabz & Rae, Baby J, Papoose, Westwood, Phife Dawg & Million Dan
02 - Just Before Nightfall Feat. LATE
03 - It Is What It Is Feat. Konny Kon, Ms Tempz, Mr Flex, Jaz Kahina & S. Kalibre
04 - Stand Proud Feat. Big Dutty Deeze
05 - These Bars Feat. Juice Aleem, Blackitude, Sir Tomz & Nih'illi
06 - Seek The Truth Feat. Reveal
07 - Its Horrible Feat. Big Dutty Deeze & Supar Novar
08 - Break It Down Feat. Ruthless
09 - Mr. Night Time Feat. Danny Bones
10 - Mic Club Feat. Big Dutty Deeze, Ruthless, Supar Novar, LATE, Terra Slim, Multiple Skillz, Jimmy Screech, Danny Bones, Mistah Biggz & Big Ben
11 - Undisputed Feat. Reload
12 - Tricksta Track Feat. LATE
13 - Lyrical War Feat. Grit Grammar
14 - Its All Cake Feat. Big Cakes & Cocotone
15 - Grindin For The Paper Feat. B-iLLA
16 - Live & Breathe Feat. Ragz Sweet Jones, Terawrizt & Redzer
17 - Fall Feat. Sir Tomz & Nih'illi
18 - No Favours Feat. Double E aka Brinkworth, Just P & Dillahman
19 - The Big Man Returns Feat. Big Narstie
20 - Underground Rhymes Feat. LATE, Big Dutty Deeze, Sir Tomz, Jai Boo, Supar Novar, Big Ben, S. Kalibre, Mistah Biggz, Dillahman, Ruinz Ason, Terra Slim, Jimmy Screech, Konny Kon, Ruthless, Nih'illi, Taurus, Reds, Double E aka Brinkworth, Tusche Costa & Mr. CRF

Produced, mixed & arranged by Tricksta

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Audio: Loc the Blacktopper - "Let Yourself In" (@SiccnessNet)

From SN:

Audio: Loc the Blacktopper - "Let Yourself In"

Loc The Blacktopper a notable street rapper from the San Joaquin's Central Valley, born and raised on the blacktop's of Fresno, Ca. Loc The Blacktopper started rapping while rehabilitating from injury's after being shot in the face during a gang related drive by, losing his right eye. Interacting through music and the streets, Loc joined a rap group called "The Blacktopperz". The group later disbanded before releasing their first project due to a members death and Loc being incarcerated in Wasco State Prison for drug related charges. Shortly after being released from prison Loc vowed never to return and take his music career a step further, picking up where he left off, going on the road performing with other independent artist like RBL Posse, C Bo, Spider Loc, Kokane, Spice 1 and many others.

After appearing on various compilations like The Left Side V.1 & 2, various mixtapes, to releasing his first compilation album "Ghetto Activist, Adapt & Overcome". Now, The Blacktopper is currently working on his official solo album "Independency & Structure" set to be released in the first half of 2012 through Blacktop/Palm Tree Entertainment and distributed By The album features Shake Da Mayor, Beta Bossalini, Beeda Weeda, Diego Redd, Young Skeam & Smigg Dirtee. A thought provoking street album that defines the vision and mindset of a Blacktopper.

Not your average braggadocious rapper, Loc The Blacktopper's music is considered conscience, political, passionate with a touch of West Coast street appeal. Coming from a long list as he would say, "Underprivileged and Have Not's, Everything I Ever Got, Came From Selling Dope" a line that comes from a song titled "Crack", which displays his mentality that reflects in his musical documentation, to simply achieve for more when you start life from the bottom.

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PR: Ice-T's "Art Of Rap" in Theaters June 15 (@FINALLEVEL)

From DNES Marketing:

PR: Ice-T's "Art Of Rap" in Theaters June 15

Ice-T takes us on an intimate journey into the heart and soul of hip-hop with the legends of rap music. This performance documentary goes beyond the stardom and the bling, to explore what goes on inside the minds, and erupts from the lips, of the grandmasters of rap. Recognized as the godfather of Gangsta rap, Ice-T is granted unparalleled access to the personal lives of the masters of this artform that he credits for saving his life. Interspersed with the performer's insightful, touching, and often funny revelations are classic raps, freestyle rhymes, and never before heard a cappellas straight from the mouths of the creators. What emerges is a better understanding of, and a tribute to, an original American art form that brought poetry to a new generation.

Afrika Bambaataa, Big Daddy Kane, B-Real, Bun B, Chino XL, Common, DJ Premier, DMC, Doug E. Fresh, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Grandmaster Caz, Ice Cube, Ice-T, Immortal Technique, Joe Budden, Kanye West, Kool Keith, KRS-One, Lord Finesse, Lord Jamar, Marley Marl, MC Lyte, Melle Mel, Nas, Puerto Rico, Q-Tip, Raekwon, Rakim, Ras Kass.


The Art of Rap Official 2012 Trailer (HD)

Audio: BURNTmd f/ Phil the Agony - "Soul Snatcha"

From DM360:

Audio: BURNTmd f/ Phil the Agony - "Soul Snatcha" (prod. by Tha Professor)

In promotion for the Brooklyn-born, Vermont transplant and now Colorado resident BURNTmd's full length release Not So Black & White, the good doctor debuts the Phil The Agony featured banger "Soul Snatcha," produced by Tha Professor.  As an added bonus, the Microphone Doctor has recruited Belgium's DJ Grazzhoppa to blend, slice and dice an album sampler for NSBW, which is available for free download.  Not So Black & White is now available on iTunes.

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PR: @TheRealReks Gets "Rebelutionary" on New LP

From Matt B:

PR: REKS Gets "Rebelutionary" on New LP

REKS took the underground scene by storm with his debut LP, Along Came The Chosen (2001). The album featured production from a then eighteen year old Statik Selektah and the critically acclaimed LP was featured in the Source, XXL, Vibe, and REKS was named to URB Magazine’s “Next 100”. The album’s single “Skills 101” reached #45 on the Billboard Singles chart, and put him on tours and doing shows with huge national acts. REKS released his highly anticipated sophomore LP, Grey Hairs, in 2008 and the momentous album featured production from DJ Premier, Large Professor and ten-tracks from Statik Selektah and featured collaborations with Lil Fame of MOP, Consequence, Skyzoo, Termanology & Jon Hope. Grey Hairs lead to REKS being profiled by XXL Magazine in their “Show & Prove” section.  REKS’ profile was imminently raised with the release of R.E.K.S. (2011) which included production from DJ Premier, Pete Rock, Alchemist, Sean C & LV, Nottz, Sha Money XL, Hi-Tek & Statik Selektah and guest appearances from Styles P, Freeway, Lil Fame & Termanology which was culminated by REKS winning the “Underground Music Award” for “Best Album” in 2011. 

Still basking in the praise that his collaborative LP, Straight No Chaser, with Statik Selektah generated upon its release less then two-months ago, REKS returns to make his presence felt in two consecutive quarters with his latest full-length project Rebelutionary.  Though he collaborated with Statik Selektah on Straight, No Chaser, REKS linked up with emerging producer Numonics for Rebelutionary.

While Rebelutionary is being released on the heels of the critically acclaimed Straight, No Chaser, there was never a second thought given to delaying it, as REKS explains “Numonics is such a talent that I wasn't concerned about following up Straight, No Chaser so quickly because the recording process was so smooth and I knew it was necessary now. It was crazy that we could link up together on a project we both felt so passionate about; and one that is essential for today’s climate.”

REKS continues to grow exponentially with each project and that growth is again apparent on Rebelutionary, as he tackles social and political issues “REKS and I made Rebelutionary to express the strong social and political views we both share. Inspired by great leaders like Fred Hampton and Malcolm X, the album sheds light on issues that need to be touched on at this time. Whether it's institutionalized racism, or pointing out the hypocrisy of the establishment, REKS paints a vivid picture of the world we live in with this project. I feel blessed to have worked with such a strong and emerging voice in Hip-Hop and his immense talent shines throughout this project” opines Numonics. Likewise, REKS also laments “The flow of the album is superb in my opinion.  The idea was to give today’s youth an intelligent piece of work that didn't come off preachy or dated. I know we succeeded in doing so.”

Tracklisting and credits for REKS Rebelutionary LP:

1.) “Intro”
2.) “Unlearn”
3.) “Hallelujah”
4.) “Bang Bang” f/ J NiCS
5.) “Shotgun” f/ Jon Connor & Venessa Renee
6.) “War Is A Racket” (Smedley Butler interlude)
7.) “Rebelutionary”
8.) “Ignorance is Bliss” f/ Termanology
9.) “Passports”
10.) “Avarice” (Interlude)
11.) “Avarice” f/ Knowledge Medina
12.) “The Jones'” f/ Krondon
13.) “The Edge” f/ Lucky Dice & Chi Knox
14.) “La Luna” f/ Sene & Koncept
15.) “Gepeto”
16.) “Obedient Workers”
17.) “Outro”
18.) “Shotgun” (Remix) f/ Ea$y Money & Boycott Blues

(****All tracks produced by Numonics)

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MP3: SandFlower - "Rock it to the Moon"

MP3: SandFlower - "Rock it to the Moon"

Courtesy M3W.

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Video: Fearce & BeanOne - "I Want it All"

From DM360:

Video: Fearce & BeanOne - "I Want it All"

After dropping their free release There Goes The Neighborhood a couple weeks back, Seattle's Fearce & BeanOne (of Dyme Def) waste no time in getting new material to the masses, as the duo drops the visuals for their new song "I Want It All."  Shot and edited by BeanOne, the video depicts Fearce on his BMX, cruising around various Seattle neighborhood's as he divulges his version of the American dream.   "I'm not asking for much, just a little fame/ what's wrong with wanting the crowd to scream your name/ what's wrong with wanting a big house, a swimming pool full of money for whenever there's a big drought" ...absolutely nothing.  Although this song was not previously featured on There Goes The Neighborhood, the MP3 has been bundled back into the link, so be sure to download. #YukThe World

MP3: @LoKeys910 f/ Killa Kyleon & LiveSosa - "All Night"

From LK:

MP3: Lo Keys f/ Killa Kyleon & LiveSosa - "All Night" (prod. Supa Mario)

Premiered By Sherman Of UHTN Lo Keys Hooks Up With Killa Kyleon & LiveSosa  For A Cut Entitled "All Night"Off His Upcoming Mixtape "American Greed"  (Scams, Schemes, and Broken Dreams) Dropping July 6th 2012 Hosted By Big Mike & Dj Woogie.

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