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Video: Kingdom f/ @Scheme773, Mig Mora and Chandler London


Video: Kingdom feat. Scheme, Mig Mora and Chandler London

Courtesy Scheme Music.

What's good homie? Hope all is well. I wanted to send over this video for a song I am featured on called Kingdom. It's from Mig Mora's upcoming album Music for the End of the World, which drops on 12/12/12.

Audio: @IllB1ll f/ @TheRealElP - "Severed Heads Of State"


Audio: Ill Bill f/ El-P - "Severed Heads Of State"

Courtesy Matt B.

ILL BILL’s "The Grimy Awards" hits stores on 1-29-2013, featuring HR of Bad Brains, A-Trak, El-P, Jedi Mind Tricks, OC, Cormega, Meyhem Lauren, Q-Unique, Shabazz The Disciple & Lil Fame of M.O.P., with production from DJ Premier, DJ Muggs, Pete Rock, Large Professor, Psycho Les, El-P, Ayatollah, MoSS, C-Lance & ILL BILL himself.

Ferrari SnowDay Video: "Who Getting Money Now"


Ferrari SnowDay Video: "Who Getting Money Now"

Courtesy Nik @ Ballin PR.

Slimmy Neutron and Lee Wilkie are Ferrari SnowDay, the two-some responsible for the catchy music guaranteed to keep your head bopping and your feet stomping to the beat of it's beguiling sound. But the two aren't exactly new to the game: Slimmy Neutron produced Nina Sky's lastest album Nicole and Natalie, including the lead single "Heart Beat" and has produced for heavyweights including 50 cent, LL Cool J and Lil Wayne, among others. Lee Wilkie is a former designer/artist for brands including PRPS and Ice Cream. He is the current co-owner of clothing line Rich Scampi which has been featured on "America's Best Dance Crew" and worn by the likes of Fabolous, Lil Jon & Nas.

Video: @JolatheTrunkBoi Ft. Leo - B.T.O.M.F.L.


Video: Jola the Trunk Boi Ft. Leo - B.T.O.M.F.L.

Courtesy Sam Cuddy.

Jola's back with his new smash single B.T.O.M.F.L. The video has guest appearances from Jermaine Dupri, Lil Jon, & Tiesto.

@IAmYonasMichael's Before Blvck Swan Theory w/ @MickBoogie


Yonas Michael Releases Before Blvck Swan Theory Hosted by Mick Boogie

Courtesy Helio PR.

Breaking onto the music scene in 2006 as the MTV Awarded Los Angeles hip-hop duo U-N-I, rapper/singer Yonas Michael is branching out on his own with the release of the Mixtape Before Blvck Swan Theory featuring unique interpretation remixes over tunes by the likes of Toro Y Moi, N.E.R.D., Brazilian Girls, Kavisnky, Alexander Ebert and Poolside - to precede his 2013 album Blvck Swan Theory.

Video: @TheLytics - "Ring My Alarm"


Video: The Lytics - "Ring My Alarm"

Courtesy Trevor Seamon.

In hip-hop, as in life, there are few things more important than family. And no one embodies the bonds of brotherhood better than The Lytics, the five-man Winnipeg crew whose bid for genre supremacy has long been a family affair. Quite literally, in fact: Brothers Andrew and Anthony Sannie have been trading rhymes together since childhood — as has cousin Mungala Londe, who moved in with the family as a teen. The beats come courtesy of big brother Alex Sannie, who in the early days handled production duties from his bedroom and basement studios, while newly-“adopted” brother DJ Lonnie Ce has plenty of practice whipping dancefloors into a frenzy.

@CuzOHBlack - A Graphic Ending (Produced by Capish)


CuzOH! Black - A Graphic Ending (Produced by Capish)

Courtesy COB.

These days it seems the value of life is dropping at its fastest rate, when you look around their are fewer people that you can trust, the world is going through un-explainable geographical changes for the worst. Modern Racism, War, Gas Prices, etc.. Its all enough to drive you to the edge....But will you jump?

Tribute To Jun 3: Modal Eternal (Nujabes Tribute) @DigiCrates


Tribute To Jun 3: Modal Eternal (Nujabes Tribute)

Courtesy Digi Crates.

Nujabes tribute entitled "Tribute To Jun 3 : Modal Eternal", the third volume of the tribute series.

@ODDISEE LIVE Sunday Nov 4th - Project LIVE LA


ODDISEE LIVE Sunday Nov 4th - Project LIVE LA

Courtesy RK Ent. Group.

Nu-Soul Magazine, London Live, and Project Live are proud to present Project Live LA ODDISEE (U.S. Tour) Live Sunday November 4, 2012 With Special Guests Jae Nice Mic Holden w/ DeeJay 7


The son of Sudanese and American parents, Amir Mohamed was born and raised in the United States capital city of Washington DC, spending hot summers in Khartoum learning Arabic and swimming in the Nile. Growing up amidst the sounds of New York hip hop, his father playing Oud, Go-Go, and gospel, Amir took his first steps as an MC producer in the analog basement studio of his legendary neighbor, Garry Shider (Parliament Funkadelic).He now works as both artist and consultant with Mello Music Group, one of the foremost emerging independent labels to take advantage of the digital revolution to build a successful business. Oddisee’s newest album “People Hear What They See” is a culmination of the duality of his life experiences, from DC internal politics to third world struggles, the line between love and selfishness, and the personal conflict between self-sabotage and progress,set to a backdrop of intricate drums, lush instrumentation, and soul-stirring harmonies.

* http://oddiseemusic.com/ *
* http://facebook.com/oddiseemusic *
* http://twitter.com/Oddisee *
Audio: @Journalist103 f/ @TheRealSaigon & @Fashawn "Hear Me"


Audio: Journalist 103 f/ Saigon & Fashawn "Hear Me"

Courtesy Matt B.

Ever since his rise to underground hip-hop prominence as a member of The Left, Journalist 103 has been regarded as one of Detroit’s most revered lyricists and one of hip-hops most promising MCs. His work on The Left's 2010 critically acclaimed debut album "Gas Mask" received overwhelming praise from some of the most notable voices in the hip-hop community. Following the success of "Gas Mask," Journalist 103 looks to reach new musical heights as he prepares for the release of his solo debut "Reporting Live," to be released on October 30th via Babygrande Records.


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