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Video: Brianna Perry - "Dear Hip Hop" @BRIANNATHEYRB

Video: Brianna Perry - "Dear Hip Hop"

Courtesy BF Blasts.


Video: King Magnetic - "Pop" @KingMagnetic

Video: King Magnetic - "Pop" (prod. DJ Low Cut)

Courtesy DJ Low Cut.

MAY 1, 2012

MP3: The Promise - "Lakefront Playground"

MP3: The Promise - "Lakefront Playground" Prod. by Mulatto Patriot Feat. Primeridian

Courtesy MP.

Additional Vocals: S-Star
Vibraphone: Charlie Coffeen
Auxiliary Percussion: Chris Paquette

The Promise is Squair Blaq (vocals) and Mulatto Patriot (beats). Release date for The "New Deal" LP is April 17th, 2012.

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MP3: Kanye West f/ Big Sean, Pusha T - "Mercy"

MP3: Kanye West f/ 2 Chainz, Big Sean, Pusha T - "Mercy"

Courtesy M3W.

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The Hip-Hop Shop #168 - Saluting Game w/ California Love

It's time for another new edition of The Hip-Hop Shop. Episode #168 is Saluting Game w/ California Love. In honor of his new California Republic mixtape, all of the podsafe featured artists this week are from Cali-for-ni-a. You'll hear from T.K. Other Realm, Playa Rae, Thoughtsarizen, Proe, and more! Thanks for listening and remember to share the show with a friend and tell them to check it out every Tuesday on! Don't forget to subscribe to our RSS newsfeed and follow us on Twitter so you never miss a new episode.

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Tracks featured this week:

* Noah Jones - What's My Name (prod. King Jaguar)
* Playa Rae & Trey C - California (prod. DJ Corbett)
* T.K. Other Realm (League510) - Heaven Flow (prod. Flying Lotus)
* Moe Green - Welcome to the Trap House (prod. Cache)
* MUMBLS - Spellbound (prod. Logan Foreal)
* Ariano & Thoughtsarizen f/ Rakaa Iriscience - Where You Can Find Me (prod. Ariano)
* Proe - Box Cutter Jonny (prod. Proe)
* Trafek & V!rtu - Done (prod. Trafek)

Video: Mick Boogie - "Where Are You Running to Next?"

Video: Mick Boogie - "Where Are You Running to Next?"

Courtesy DJ Mars.

With the final installment of New Balances "Where are you running to next" campaign, superstar DJ Mick Boogie is the focus of attention. Hailing originally from Ohio, Mick Boogie has made his current home Brooklyn, New York. With a cameo from the campaign's creator, DJ Mars, the cameras follow Mick as he returns from rocking parties in Japan.

Video: J-Rod Interview w/ DJ Holiday

Video: J-Rod Interview w/ DJ Holiday

Courtesy RMG.

J-Rod of Primetime Radio catches up with Brick Squad's DJ Holiday. DJ Holiday talks about how he created his buzz, relationships with artists, and being Turnt Up! Powered by Revo Media.

Video: Young Dapper - "Cry For Justice" #TrayvonMartin Tribute

Video: Young Dapper - "Cry For Justice" (Trayvon Martin Tribute)

Courtesy BF Blasts.

"Seventeen-year-old Trayvon Martin died after neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman reported him to police as suspicious and then followed him and shot him. This song is dedicated to his memory."

MP3: 2 Hungry Bros. - "The Weirding Way"

MP3: 2 Hungry Bros. - "The Weirding Way"

Courtesy Robert M.

The 2 Hungry Bros are spending every waking moment that is not dedicated to being Well Domesticated Kitchen Whizzing Men & Concerned Parents as well as outstanding employees, digging through the files, stacks, wax, and even movies to bring you a banging beat installment every #MusicMonday. Now while the #MusicMonday hashtag may have dissipated, we like to think maybe we can snag that fervor back by unleashing raw a$$ beats in a pretty unorthodox manner like we've been doing the past few years with our super fresh unorthodox artists. Except for the next few weeks only, the 2HB anonymity is gone and Deep is behind the MpC4000 this week. Enjoy-  "THE WEIRDING WAY"

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Video: Kero One - "What Am I Supposed to Do?"

Video: Kero One - "What Am I Supposed to Do?"

Courtesy Kero One.

What Am I Supposed to Do?, the lead single off Kero One's forthcoming album (coming this summer), is a song with a call to action. Composed, arranged, and performed by Kero One featuring the soulful vocals of Suhn (The Tones), this song, along with a self-directed music video, reminds us that there is something everyone can do against human injustices.

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