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Press Release: Here Comes the Lords


From Todd Davis:

Press Release: Here Comes the Lords

May 2011 -- Having first arrived on the scene way back in 1992 with their lead single, "Psycho," b/w "Check It," Lords of the Underground, comprised of members Doitall, Mr. Funke and DJ Lord Jazz, are currently celebrating their highly commendable 20th! year in entertainment. To commemorate the triumphant anniversary, the trio from Newark, New Jersey, are in the midst of recording their fifth studio collection, and have even re-enlisted the legendary producer, DJ Marley Marl, responsible for some of their biggest hits-to-date, to assist on the still untitled project.

As a collective, L.O.T.U.G. initially came together in Raleigh, North Carolina, whilst attending Shaw University as undergraduate students. Their, now, multi-platinum, debut album, Here Come the Lords, which spawned three chart-toppers; the title track, "Funky Child" and their signature classic, "Chief Rocka," arrived in March '93.

A second LP Keepers of the Funk, although not quite as successful as its predecessor, appeared a little over a year and a half later, and still managed to land three songs; "Tic Toc," "What I'm After" and "Faith," positions on Billboard Magazine's Top Rap Singles Chart.

Despite lack of promotions, their next outing, Resurrection, was still met with critical acclaim. "Retaliate," "Take Dat," "Haters," "Excuse Me" and "Exodus," were the five offerings from the mostly positively reviewed set. House of Lords, their first recording in nearly a decade, was released in the summer of 2007.

"It's time, man!" Doitall announces emphatically. Expounding, he further relays, "We've toured the world, we've done our separate ventures, and, now, we go back to what brought us to the dance. This time, it's for not just us, but the fans as well."

UPCOMING SUMMER 2011 TOUR DATES:

JUNE

Thursday 23rd: Departure from the States
Friday 24th: Switzerland/Option
Saturday 25th: Zurich @ Touch The Air festival/Confirmed
Sunday 26th: Open
Monday 27th: Toulouse @ La Dynamo/Confirmed
Tuesday 28th: Lyon @ La Marquise/Confirmed
Wednesday 29th: Marseille/Option
Thursday 30th: Paris @ La Gaîté Lyrique/Confirmed

JULY

Friday 1st : Denmark/Option
Saturday 2nd: Sweden/Option
Sunday 3rd: Open
Friday 29th: Amsterdam/Option
Saturday 30th: Oslo Norway/Option

AUGUST

Friday 5th: Germany/Confirmed
Saturday 6th: Germany/Confirmed
August 10th: St. Petersburg Russia/Option

*More Dates To Be Announced*

Behind The Scenes LOTUG 20th Anniversary Album...Check It Out:

Part 1: http://vimeo.com/22607816 .
Part 2: http://vimeo.com/22608747 .
Part 3: http://vimeo.com/22599279 .
Part 4: http://vimeo.com/23135336 .
Part 5: http://vimeo.com/22609068 .
part 6: http://vimeo.com/23135378 .

* http://www.facebook.com/pages/LORDS-OF-THE-UNDERGROUND/40994194081 *
 
Lords of the Underground are currently available for: Interviews, Show Bookings, Voice-overs, Songwriting, Features & Hooks, DJ Show Commercials, Event Hosting, Radio/TV Hosting, Acting & Commercials, and Public Speaking.

MP3: Mark Morrison - "I Am What I Am"


From M3W:

MP3: Mark Morrison - "I Am What I Am"

* http://www.mp3waxx.com/jobfolders/markmorrisoniam/blast-page.html *

PR: Reggae Gold 2011 in Stores June 28th, 2011


From VP Records:

PR: Reggae Gold 2011 in Stores June 28th, 2011

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

(VP RECORDS, NEW YORK) - VP Records sees the release of the year's biggest Reggae and Dancehall hits with Reggae Gold 2011, in stores and online on June 28, 2011. The Reggae Gold series continues to keep VP Records at the forefront of Reggae music, for 19 years now. This best-selling collection is renowned for featuring the biggest Reggae and Dancehall anthems of the year and blazing hot artists while breaking new ones to Reggae aficionados around the globe.

 =Reggae Gold 2011 lives up to this standard, showcasing the hottest acts of the year and featuring the sweet sounds of Billboard heat-seeker Gyptian, Grammy-winning singer/producer Stephen Marley, international icon Shaggy, the legendary Mykal Rose, Dancehall king Shabba Ranks, Reggae stars Tarrus Riley, Richie Spice and Queen Ifrica, and Dancehall sizzlers Vybz Kartel, Mavado, I-Octane and Assassin, just to name some of the lineup.

With this summer's street anthem "Jah Army" from Stephen Marley featuring Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley and Buju Banton to I-Octane's club hit "Nuh Ramp Wid We," Mavado's feel-good "Peppa," Shaggy featuring Alaine on the romantic "For Your Eyez Only," the serious "Times Like These" by Queen Ifrica, "One Draw" by Alborosie featuring Camilla, and the legendary Beres Hammond on "Pull Up," Reggae Gold 2011 lives up to its name as a treasure for fans of the genre.

The always highly-anticipated album cover features three models fictitiously robbing a bank of its gold, just as this compilation will present fans with musical treasure showcasing the very best that Reggae and Dancehall music has to offer this year.
 
 
TRACK LISTING
 
1.       Jah Army - Stephen Marley Ft. Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley & Buju Banton
2.       Nuh Ramp Wid We - I-Octane
3.       How Mi Feel - Assassin
4.       Peppa - Mavado
5.       None Ah Dem - Shabba Ranks
6.       Stronger - Cham Ft. Mykal Rose & Rodney Price
7.       For Yur Eyez Only - Shaggy & Alaine
8.       Whine (Wine) - Vybz Kartel
9.       Duggu Duggu - Gyptian
10.   Black Woman - Richie Spice
11.   Can't Go Round It - Stevie Face
12.   Groovy Little Thing - Tarrus Riley
13.   Pull Up - Beres Hammond
14.   Everyday - Courtney John
15.  Times Like These - Queen Ifrica
16.  One Draw - Alborosie Ft. Camilla

MP3: Lil Wayne - "How to Love"


From Future Star:

MP3: Lil Wayne - "How to Love"

* http://www.megaupload.com/?d=TMI83CSL *

MP3: S.S.G.'Z - "Rite Nah"


From M3W:

MP3: S.S.G.'Z - "Rite Nah"

* http://www.mp3waxx.com/jobfolders/ssgz/video-blast-page.html *

MP3: K. Michelle f/ Akon - "MP3"


From PPM For DJ's:

MP3: K. Michelle f/ Akon - "MP3"

* http://hulkshare.com/gk90uo3c9zsc *

MP3: David Rush - "A.C. Slater" from "Welcome to Rushia 3"


From Dove at Tygereye Ent.:

MP3: David Rush - "A.C. Slater" from "Welcome to Rushia 3"

David Rush "A.C. Slater", produced by Fetti Kruger! From Welcome to Rushia 3: No Backup Plan, coming June 1, 2011


New Jersey's dynamic David Rush is back on June 1, 2011 with the third installment of his Welcome to Rushia mixtape series, subtitled No Backup Plan

For more information on David Rush's Welcome 2 Rushia series, go to WelcometoRushia.com and check your inbox on June 1st!

 
Please join David Rush and Team RUSH[ED] in supporting the National Kidney Foundation's New Jersey Walk on June 5, 2011!! 

Tygereye Entertainment is helping Team RUSH[ED] to raise $500 in support of the June 5 walk! Please take a moment and pledge what you can - every dollar helps to save lives!


RUSH[ED]: The Web Series - Trailer"
MP3: Tuge - "Hangover 2"


From Zack Einhorn:

MP3: Tuge - "Hangover 2"

* http://hulkshare.com/u2he3er4sz6f *

Video: Ron Artest Speaks On His Sneaker Line


Video: Ron Artest Speaks On His Sneaker Line

MP3: Da Graduates - "Diddy Bob Marley"


From Rap Star Promo:

MP3: Da Graduates - "Diddy Bob Marley"

* http://limelinx.com/files/f3318c7798cfaa5c1cb939f36ea339f4 *


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