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Download: Astronote - "Weapon of the Future" (Complete Album)


From Stephanie @ A-Side Worldwide:

Download: Astronote - "Weapon of the Future" (Complete Album)

// DOWNLOAD // http://www.mediafire.com/?8ccyfrcnjbakc56 .

// About ASTRONOTE //

Hailing from Paris, France, producer Astronote is quickly becoming one of the most respected new producers in Hip-Hop. The newest member of the A-Side Worldwide roster, Astronote is easily one of the most well rounded producers we’ve come across, with the ability to turn out top notch Hip-Hop, R&B, Funk, Soul & Pop tracks with or without samples. Having already built a resume that includes working with notable artists such as Talib Kweli, Jamall Bufford (Buff1), Invincible, Donwill of Tanya Morgan, Joell Ortiz, Guilty Simpson and Mayer Hawthorne, Astronote is poised to take his own place in the game. http://www.asideworldwide.com/artists/astronote - http://astronote.bandcamp.com - http://www.myspace.com/astronote .

Fear Factor Music Group Recap (Ace Hood, Fiend, Slick Pulla)


From DJ Smallz:

Fear Factor Music Group April/May Placements Recap (Ace Hood, Fiend, Slick Pulla)

    Below are three records that were placed in April/May from our producers signed to
    Fear Factor Music Group

    ACE HOOD FEAT. MEEK MILL - SAME DREAM
    PRODUCED BY THE RENEGADES
* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exnct38QTAw *

    Ace Hood enlists the help of his fellow Floridians, The Renegades, for a mean street cut with Maybach Music Group's Meek Mill. The two's chemistry are perfect.

    FIEND FEAT. AL BEAUTI - I JUST WANNA FLOAT
    PRODUCED BY DRUM GANG
* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4t_889HLng *

    Curren$y's New Orleans neighbor and Jets' signee, Fiend aka International Jones, provides the visual to his infectious cut "I Just Wanna Float" produced by Drum Gang, from "The Sweetest Hangover" project

    SLICK PULLA FEAT. BILLIE SLUM - WHIP OUT
    PRODUCED BY DRUM GANG
* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwifHfT0gKg *

    CTE's Slick Pulla and Bille Slum don't gotta talk, all they gotta do is whip out on this street cut produced by Georgia's own Drum Gang.

***

Fear Factor Music Group is a collective movement of Trendsetters, Songwriters, Producers and Artists with a simple objective - building the stars of the future. By focusing on the production, development and marketing of brands, Fear Factor Music Group offers a variety of insightful and effective services - from consultation to digital marketing campaigns - all designed to provide clients with the best opportunities to take their brands to the next level.

Oddisee "Better Late" & "Indian Summer" (+ 2 Instrumentals)


From Mello Music Group:

Oddisee "Better Late" & "Indian Summer" (+ 2 New Bonus Instrumentals!)

Oddisee is now back in the studio, hard at work on his next project, while we, the  listeners, are just beginning to let play all the musical creations he last composed.  Today, Oddisee offers up two new exclusive instrumentals as companion pieces for his Odd Seasons album: Better Late & Indian Summer
 
 
Enjoy the bonus songs and feel free to post & share!
 
Oddisee "Better Late"
 
Oddisee "Indian Summer"
Video: Universol - "N.E.W.S. (Bang Bang)"


From Iconoclast Multimedia:

Video: Universol - "N.E.W.S. (Bang Bang)"

MP3: Yak Ballz - "Black Sunset"


From YakBallz.net:

MP3: Yak Ballz - "Black Sunset"

The 5th installment of Gas Galaxy entitled Black Sunset (Prod. by Chapter 7) for Free Download via yakballz.net

http://www.yakballz.net/2011/05/new-song-black-sunset-prod-chapter-7/

MP3: Jah Doctrine - "Talk Talk Talk"


From Ray R Ewing:

MP3: Jah Doctrine - "Talk Talk Talk"

* http://rcpt.yousendit.com/1135916261/ec2a1e43ea8403a1d6a52cbe3e18fddf *

April First (A Reinterpretation of Selections from Gil Scott-Heron)


From Joe Left Hand:

Free Album: April First (A Reinterpretation of Selections from Gil Scott-Heron)

Description: Dion Brown - April First (A Reinterpretation of Selections from Gil Scott-Heron)

I decided to create a celebration of music on behalf of the late Great Gil Scott-Heron due to the fact that he was an inspiration of mine. I have always felt that his music was of a reflection of the times, both then & now. His music & poetry spoke with such conviction, that it couldn't be overlooked. Both expressions carried a very meaningful insight in the world that we live in. The music was inspired by whom he was as a person, an artist, and a mentor, & quite honestly another strong connection with this compilation is the fact that I, Dion Brown share the exact same birthday with the late Gil Scott Heron... hence the title, "April First." I hope you enjoy. ~D.Brown

download link:  http://www.sendspace.com/file/b0fo9l .

label info: http://www.joelefthandrecords.com .

MP3: Vic Freeze - "V.I.C. Power"


From ISLH:

MP3: Vic Freeze - "V.I.C. Power"

With so much "reel talk" out right now, Ohio based Vic Freeze takes us back to the basics with the single "V.I.C Power" from his first solo EP "The Reluctant Star" . Teaming up again with Bay Area producer C.Avery (The Talented Tenth Ep), and mixed by De-App of Ohiosoundlab (Far From Home), this percussion laden, high energy cut was inspired by every day surroundings and the plight of the blue collar, Vic looks to re-establish the bond between hip-hop and community. The single is the lead to a 10 track EP which features production by: Madd Caesar, De-App, and C.Avery. Also with guest appearances by: Paulie Rhyme, Rey Resureccion, Satellite High, and Blayze Kid.

The tentative release for this project will be late June. It will be available for free download.

Stream/ Download: http://hulkshare.com/bhzwv9wc8fn8 .

Video: The Ughmerica f/ Fam-Lay - "Boardwalk Empire"


From Zack Einhorn:

Video: The Ughmerica f/ Fam-Lay - "Boardwalk Empire"

MP3: Jaie Allen - "Drop It Down Low"


From Who Got Next:

MP3: Jaie Allen - "Drop It Down Low"

* http://tinyurl.com/JaieAllen-DropItDownLow *


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