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Video: @CuzOHBlack - A Graphic Ending

Video: CuzOH! Black - A Graphic Ending

Courtesy COB.

"I truly hope the world isn’t headed for A Graphic Ending, but if CuzOH! Black‘s unapologetically real record is any marker then we might have some serious re-thinking to do as a society".... "A Graphic Ending" is the second single off of CuzOH's debut EP "Everybody's Favorite Cousin" which is available now on all your digital outlets.

Red Bull Soundstage Video: @KyddINS Meets Chuck D (@LnSCrew)

Red Bull Soundstage Video: Kydd Meets Chuck D

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The legendary Chuck D selected Kydd to travel to LA to open for Public Enemy and get some sage career advice.

@WizKhalifa To Be Honored At 1st Annual @BlockStarz Awards

Wiz Khalifa To Be Honored At 1st Annual Block Starz Awards Presented By IndiePower

Courtesy Bayer Mack.

Wiz Khalifa will receive the Static Major Award for Music Entrepreneurship at the 1st Annual Block Starz Awards,, presented by IndiePower during the 2013 Kentucky Derby Festival weekend in May.

Wiz Khalifa (b. Cameron Jibril Thomaz), who is known for his Atlantic Records debut single, "Black and Yellow", which peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, and his major label albums Rolling Papers and O.N.I.F.C., generated $20 million over the past two years, twice landing on FORBES’ Hip-Hop Cash Kings list; as well as, the magazine's “30 Under 30” music list alongside the likes of Lady Gaga. The 25-year-old Pittsburgh rapper achieved this by supplementing his income from record sales with an aggressive tour schedule, movies, apparel, and twice the merchandise sales of typical rappers.

“Wiz is a movement in himself, with incredibly loyal fans,” says Cameron Strang, CEO of Warner/Chappell Music and head of West Coast operations for WMG, Atlantic’s parent company, in an exclusive profile of Wiz Khalifa featured in the January 21 issue of FORBES. “He has a complete creative vision for all the different aspects of his career, central to which is his incredible music.”

The Static Major Music Entrepreneurship Award is named after Grammy Award-winning Louisville, Kentucky rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer Stephen Ellis Garrett, also known as Static Major, who gained posthumous fame after appearing on Lil Wayne's 2008 album Tha Carter III on the song "Lollipop". Static produced and/or wrote hit songs for Aaliyah, Ginuwine, and Pretty Ricky, and was a member of the R&B trio Playa. Garrett died unexpectedly on February 25, 2008 and there are plans to release his debut album on the fifth anniversary of his passing this year.

"The Static Major Music Entrepreneurship Award honors recording artists who are CEOs of their own successful careers, by exploring new career paths, income streams, and business models," says Tia Brown, co-founder and executive director of the Block Starz Foundation Inc., a non-profit based in Louisville, KY, which promotes literacy through arts and entertainment and is hosting the event that will feature performances by artists Mac Miller and Chevy Woods of Khalifa's TaylorGang imprint.

"Static took an entrepreneurial approach to the music industry and Wiz Khalifa carries on that spirit,” says Block Starz Music LLC president and chief executive Bayer Mack, whose independent label featured Khalifa on its 2009 East Coast Block Starz compilation before the rapper achieved international fame.

“The things Wiz, Will [Dzombak], and the team over at TaylorGang have accomplished in the past few years are amazing, but they have remained incredibly humble. It's not all about the money with them.”

The 139th Kentucky Derby Festival weekend, which attracts over 1.5 million people from around the world who take part in more than 70 special events, takes place May 3-5 in Louisville, Kentucky. Block Starz Award organizers will be releasing more details, including categories, and honorees, over the coming weeks and months leading up to the event, which is being co-promoted by IndiePower,, a global entertainment marketing and distribution company run by industry veteran Jay Warsinske.
Audio: New @Raekwon "Die Tonight" (Prod. by Frank G)

Audio: New Raekwon "Die Tonight" (Prod. by Frank G)

Courtesy Frank G.

Here is a new track I produced off of the newly released "Lost Jewlry" EP for Raekwon the Chef.

Video: @Sic_Ill - "The Pit" (Mortal Kombat Inspired)

Video: Sic Ill - "The Pit" (Mortal Kombat Inspired)

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Video: F.Y.I. - "Off The Grid" (@FYIpsalms)

Video: F.Y.I. - "Off The Grid"

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Follow on Twitter @FYIpsalms

Like on Facebook @FYIpsalms

Subscribe on Youtube @FYIpsalms
Video: No Air Play Show - @TeamNDL & @CrazyAlCayne (@A3C)

Video: No Air Play Show - Napoleon Da Legend & Crazy Al Cayne

Courtesy NDL.

Rick Foy caught up with Napoleon Da Legend & Crazy Al Cayne ( at the A3C hip hop festival in Atlanta, Georgia. Directed & Edited by Rick Foy and music score by John Robinson.

@YoungBabyFather f/ Nutso "See the Judge" (@DJMickeyKnox)

Audio: Peter Leo f/ Nutso "See the Judge" (prod. DJ Supa Dave)

Courtesy DJ Mickey Knox.

Peter Leo is back with the street anthem "See The Judge" with Queens representer Nutso backing him up and DJ Supa Dave on the beat. This record is dedicated to anybody whos ever been through the judicial system and know the stresses of a criminal case.

Video: @SnowThaProduct Goes Buckwild in "Hola" Video! #GNBM

Video: Snow Tha Product Goes Buckwild in "Hola" Video! #GNBM

Courtesy Dove @ Tygereye.

Here is Snow Tha Product's new video for "Hola" from her Good Nights & Bad Mornings mixtape! Pour out the Patron and vodka with Snow at this crazy party.

Masta Killa Speaks On How Wu-Tang Clan Has Stayed Together (@NatureSounds)

Masta Killa Speaks On How Wu-Tang Clan Has Stayed Together

Courtesy Nature Sounds.

Masta Killa speaks on a number of topics related to the Wu, including why "Protect Ya Neck" came at the perfect time in hip-hop history, the best chess players in the Clan, and the recording process behind the group's classic double-album Wu-Tang Forever. He also speaks on how a group with nine different members has gone 20 years without a single major breakup, while smaller groups like EPMD and A Tribe Called Quest haven't been able to hold it together for nearly as long.

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