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@BlackDaveNYC f/ Meech of Flatbush Zombies - "Little Bit Mo"


Audio: Black Dave f/ Meech of Flatbush Zombies - "Little Bit Mo"

Courtesy Matt B.

So, hopefully you're pretty familiar with Harlem rapper Black Dave, who caught our eye a couple of months back bounding around NYC, in the video for the satisfyingly rugged as fuck "On Da Map". Anyway, he's back and this time he's enlisted the hysteria-addled rhymes of Flatbush Zombies' Meech on another rough and ready cut, "Little Bit Mo".

Audio: @GensuDean & Planet Asia "Faces On The Dollar" (@MelloMusicGroup)


Audio: Gensu Dean & Planet Asia "Faces On The Dollar"

Courtesy Mello Music Group.

The album was produced entirely by Gensu Dean on the Jedi tool of choice - the SP1200 - while Planet Asia lays fire: "vibe on my scripture, ride to the pictures I paint, even the deaf, dumb, and blind can entwine with this one." Abrasions is 17 tracks long and features Grammy Award Winner David Banner, Tragedy Khadafi, and more. The album artwork was done by the amazing Flux Wonda outta Atlanta and gives a good sense of what Abrasions is all about.

@RealKingMyers - Kingology (feat. Rakim, @FredTheGodson)


King Myers - Kingology (feat. Rakim, Fred The Godson, & More!)

Courtesy Miss Mandy.

Upcoming 18 year old Long Island rapper King Myers finally wraps up his 1st studio album, Kingology: The Mind of a Young King. Scoring features from Hip-Hop legends Rakim & Bumpy Knuckles, as well as eOne Music's new signee Fred The Godson, King is on a mission to give the hip-hop world a breath of fresh air with "Kingology". Enjoy!

Microsoft TS: Forefront Identity Manager 2010, Configuring Certification Exam


Microsoft TS: Forefront Identity Manager 2010, Configuring Certification Exam

You may be ready to take the Microsoft 70-158: TS: Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) 2010, Configuring certification exam if you are able to deploy and manage Forefront Identity Manager 2010 in an enterprise environment with at least 5,000 identities and a dynamic lifecycle. Other factors that may ensure that you are prepared for the 70-158 exam include a familiarity with directory services, PowerShell, security policies and procedures, experience with email and other messaging platforms, and familiarity with Microsoft SQL Server 2008. Microsoft recommends that you have at least two years of experience working with FIM, Provisioning, deprovisioning, user management, and password management.

In order to make sure that you are ready to take the Microsoft 70-158 exam, Microsoft recommends that you use their training courses. Both the 50383B: Upgrading Identity Lifecycle Manager 2007 to Forefront Identity Manager 2010 training course and the 50382B: Implementing Forefront Identity Manager 2010 training course last for four days. Microsoft also offers the following online resources to help you prepare for the test: Implementing Forefront Identity Manager 2010 Ramp Up training, TechNet Virtual Labs, Microsoft Business Ready Security Trial Environment, and Forefront Identity Manager 2010 on TechNet. Also, the practice tests from MeasureUp and Self Test Software are recommended by Microsoft. To boost your chances of doing well on the exam, you may also use the exam preparation services provided through TestsLive.

During the Microsoft 70-158 exam, you'll be required to plan a FIM implementation and install FIM. You'll also be required to plan and configure core portal functionality, advanced portal-based scenarios, and FIM synchronization. The ability to monitor and maintain FIM will also be tested on the exam.
T.I. on Conviction: I Felt the Need to Purchase Guns (@TIP)


T.I. on Conviction: I Felt the Need to Purchase Guns

DJ Vlad: T.I. opens up about his federal weapons charge, which he said happened as a result of his urge to purchase guns for his protection. He also speaks on the differences and similarities of "rubber band man" and "trouble man."

Audio: @RealKingMyers f/ Fred The Godson - "We Gon Party"


Audio: King Myers feat. Fred The Godson - "We Gon Party"

Courtesy Miss Mandy.

New music from Long Island's upcoming artist, King Myers featuring eOne Music's new recording artist, Fred The Godson. Produced by Remo The Hitmaker.

Audio: @MokaBlast "Michael Bay" from Ladies Love Moka


Audio: Moka Blast "Michael Bay" from Ladies Love Moka

Courtesy Dove @ Tygereye.

Call him Michael Bay! Queens lyricist Moka Blast is ready for 2013 with his latest single "Michael Bay", produced by Miami's Skrilla The Hitman! This track appears on Moka's upcoming mixtape Ladies Love Moka hosted by Superstar Jay, slated for release on January 15!

Video: Prano - So Long (@PranoBBM)


Video: Prano - So Long

Courtesy RRP.

Rapper Prano (@pranobbm) recently released the official music video for the song "So Long." The song can be found on Prano's latest mixtape, Pranobama, which you can listen to for free at www.pranobama.com.

Video: N.B.S. f/ CheckMark & @BigVirtuoso "Turn Up The Heat" (@BigBangRecords)


Video: N.B.S. f/ CheckMark (of Skitzofreniks) & Virtuoso "Turn Up The Heat"

Courtesy Big Bang Records.

Hometown heavyweights N.B.S. ‘Turn Up the Heat’ off of their recently released EP “The Dispensary” with long-time friend CheckMark (of Skitzforeniks) and label mate Virtuoso. Backed by explosive production courtesy of Vanderslice (Army of the Pharaohs, Alchemist, Evidence, Blaq Poet), the Cambridge emcee’s show exactly why they’ve been mainstays of independent street conscious hip-hop.

Beat Tape: PHAX - The Crispy Files 12" (@IStillLoveHER)


Beat Tape: PHAX - The Crispy Files 12"

Courtesy Wanja Lange.

Making beats and djing since 1999, PHAX is no rookie to the game. In 2004 he joined the 724Goodfellas and has produced songs for artists like Freeman of french supergroup IAM, Germany's Tone and Europe's biggest Hip Hop magazine JUICE. Together with DJ Saibz & DJ D-fekt he forms the DJ team "Like Ham in The Pan".


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