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Video: @RenCenCoolBeanz - "Breathe" f/ Steffanie Christi'an

From Wanja Lange:

Video: RenCen CoolBeanz - "Breathe" f/ Steffanie Christi'an

One of the most anticipated albums of the year, sad to announce, is also the last for Detroit native artist RenCen CoolBeanz. The album was released as a digital download only on Tuesday, March 13th, 2012 in respects to the world he created online. His last studio recording will be followed up by massive performances and videos that will keep RenCen CoolBeanz legacy alive. With the last recording rightfully titled, Inspiration: My Last Album, the eclectic musical influences that helped him hone in on his effervescent sound is sure to captivate listeners across all genres.

Video: Nick Speed Talks Producing "What's Hapnin"

From DM360:

Video: Nick Speed Talks Producing "What's Hapnin"

As the album campaign for Stretch Money's '25 Miles Per Hour' continues, the album's producer Nick Speed showcases how he composed the album cut "What's Hapnin" on his MPC 2000 XL. #25MPH

Free Album: @CoolNutz - The Cook Up

From Audible Treats:

Free Album: Cool Nutz - The Cook Up

Cool Nutz is excited to release his latest album, The Cook Up. The album, which was originally released through retail this past August is now being made available to fans for free download, via Cool Nutz' Jus Family Records.

With nine solo albums under his belt and a career that spans nearly 20 years, Cool Nutz has firmly solidified himself as a true ambassador of the Portland hip-hop scene. Despite remaining active within the larger community, The Cook Up was a comeback album, of sorts, for Cool Nutz, who had taken some time off from the studio when his son was born. "I wanted to let fans and my peers know that my oven was still hot and my chef skills were meaner than ever," says Cool Nutz. "I'm still in the kitchen, cooking up good music."

With The Cook Up, Cool Nutz kept his collaborations close to home, working with familiar names such as Illmaculate, Bosko, Mikey Vegaz, Maniac Lok, and Potluck. "It was reinvigorating - musically - to work with close associates, making dope music," remarks Cool Nutz. "It was the rebirth of my serious hunger to get back in and make new music."

Despite his history - or, perhaps, because of it - Cool Nutz says he's still growing and developing as an artist. "The Cook Up is the essence of progression for me," says the Portland vet, noting tracks like "Tax Brackets," "Black Music," and "Hamptons" as songs that show off his maturity as an artist. "This project establishes my sound and history. I feel that if you truly sit down and listen to this album, you'll see that I take the creation of my art seriously."

Download The Cook Up album here: .

Press Release: @Easop's Just Getting Started

From ArtistPR Music Wire:

Press Release: Easop's Just Getting Started

In a scene filled with copycats and wannabe's, there's still some true hip hop warriors left trying to make their indelible mark on the world. Jam packed with in-your-face attitude and an unmistakable flair for honest, unapologetic lyric writing, San Francisco's Easop is your ticket to rap glory. Frequently compared to the legendary late Tupac, this songwriting, music producing entrepreneur is surging back into the music industry with a vengeance and a brand new EP.

Born and raised in San Francisco, Easop ignited his hip hop career at the young age of 17, quickly setting up his own independent record label, LOD Music as a vehicle to release and promote his material. His debut record, The Time Has Come landed onto listeners with the force of an anvil, stirring up conversation about his unmistakable voice and ability to weave both harsh street realities and Christian faith together.

Easop catapulted himself headfirst into success with his first single and music video for "Out The Box," which received critical acclaim and national airplay. The track ranked in the top 10 on TVU Networks, and was also chosen by major leaguer Ryan Freel of the Baltimore Orioles as his at-bat theme song during the 2009 season.

Now he's ready to land his next punch, as the Street Gospel EP dropped on April 24, featuring the next smash single, "You've Been Waiting" followed by "How I Do It." Easop's also putting the finishing touches on his record with LOD Boyz, Reloaded, which is due out on May 8. While drawing more comparisons to heavy hitters such as DMX, Scar Face and Slim Thug, this determined, self-made artist is ready to take his music to the next level while delivering a powerful message.

Street Gospel is available through iTunes, and fans can sample a tantalizing taste of Easop's addictive flow as well as the thrilling video for "Out Tha Box" through his official website or YouTube channel. Follow him on Twitter @Easop for all of the latest news and information.

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MP3: DJ Infamous f/ Future - "Itchin"

MP3: DJ Infamous f/ Future - "Itchin"

Courtesy M3W.

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Video: @TimothyRhyme x My Vintage Voyage - The Pharcyde

From Arab:

Video: Timothy Rhyme x My Vintage Voyage - The Pharcyde

First Dirt has teamed up with accredited videographer, Mark Gallegos, Mark1Media, and the world renown shoe company, Vlado Footwear, to release a series of short interviews with recording artist, Timothy Rhyme, about the top hip hop albums of all time that influenced him to make his next album release with producer Phil The Pain, Vintage. This release will coincide with his 1st ever US tour so stay tuned for dates.

In this episode, Timothy Rhyme gives credit the legendary Pharcyde, Labcabincalifornia.

Video: @BIGKRIT - "I Got This"

The first video from Big K.R.I.T.'s "Live from the Underground" set to hit stores on June 5th

Music video by Big K.R.I.T. performing I Got This. (C) 2012 The Island Def Jam Music Group

Buy it Now!
iTunes -
Amazon - Live From The Underground

Grammy Award-Winning Everlast to Raise Funds for Cystic Fibrosis

From Martyr Inc.

Grammy Award-Winning Everlast to Raise Awareness and Funds for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Through Song Download

To help raise money and awareness for cystic fibrosis, Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter/rapper Everlast (aka Erik Schrody, who has a two-year-old daughter with CF) is supporting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation through the sale of the song “Long Time.” From May 8 through May 22, each 99-cent iTunes download of “Long Time” will spur a 65 cent donation (the label’s entire proceeds) from Everlast, Martyr Inc. Records and EMI Label Services to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Visit the iTunes store to download Everlast’s “Long Time” and support the fight against Cystic Fibrosis online at .

Video: @ArsunFIST - "All Alone" (prod. Apollo Brown)

Video: Arsun F!st - "All Alone" (prod. Apollo Brown)

Published by arsunfist

Another song from upcoming mixtape "Analog Sessions" which is a collection of songs I recorded over some of my favorite producers instrumentals.

Video: @JonHope - "Cashews"

Video: Jon Hope - "Cashews"

Published by ChannelHopeMedia

Jon Hope releases the visual for his latest single 'Cashews' directed by Colby Blanchet

Jon Hope's album 'Work In Progress' due May 9th.

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