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Video: Nina B f/ Torae, Kay Slay & More - "X-Man"


Video: Nina B f/ Torae, Kay Slay & More - "X-Man"

Courtesy Matt B.

Nina B f/DJ Kay Slay, Torae, Donny Goines & Panama “X-Man”
Directed By Scenario
Produced By:Skiggy Ska

Taken from Nina B’s “The Bosstress Is Back" Mixtape

Video: Ariez Onasis - "Rack City (Fleemix)"


Video: Ariez Onasis - "Rack City (Fleemix)"

Courtesy Zack E.

Video: Maino x/ DJ Drama - "Hand of God" (dir. Kraze)


Video: Maino x/ DJ Drama - "Hand of God" (dir. Kraze)

Courtesy Chris @ E1.

MP3: Constant Deviants - "Walk Of Fame"


MP3: Constant Deviants - "Walk Of Fame"

Courtesy Audible Treats.

Following the recent release of their mixtape, Platinum, and as they continue to prepare for their anticipated new album, Diamond, the Constant Deviants duo of rapper M.I. and producer DJ Cutt continue to leak exclusive, all-original non-album tracks to hold fans over. Premiering today is "Walk of Fame," a track which stays true to the Deviants' sample-driven and boom-bap-embracing sound.

Reinforcing their New York roots – the duo splits their time between Brooklyn and Baltimore, Maryland – "Walk of Fame" contains a Frank Sinatra sample while the drums are sampled from the classic "Impeach The President" break, by the Honey Drippers. Raw, dusty and full of soul, "Walk of Fame" is more of a race to better days than anything. As M.I. says of the message, "We're just kind of relaying some of the urban plight and expressing a plan to escape!"

Download "Walk Of Fame": http://media.audibletreats.com/Constant_Deviants-Walk_Of_Fame.mp3 .

In case you missed it, download the new mixtape, Platinum, for free here: http://soundcloud.com/six2sixrecords/sets/platinum .

Video: Housemeister f/ P.O.S. - "Weird Friends"


Video: Housemeister f/ P.O.S. - "Weird Friends"

Courtesy Inge @ Girlie Action.

BNR070: HOUSEMEISTER FEAT P.O.S -- WEIRD FRIENDS

OUT EXCLUSIVE ON BEATPORT DECEMBER 5th, 2 WEEKS LATER, DECEMBER 19th ON ALL OTHER DOWNLOAD PLATTFORMS.

VIDEO BY SENSIBLE PIXEL. THANXX 2 MARISA FOR DANCING THE HOUSI.

Video: Random Questions w/ Malice of The Clipse


Video: Random Questions w/ Malice of The Clipse

Courtesy RMG.

For the latest edition of Random Questions we caught up with Malice of the Clipse while he was promoting his new book, "Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind & Naked." We were given the chance to get his thoughts on subjects such as who personifies the word Gold Digger, Best Thing about Being from Virginia, Who Had The Hardest Life as a Slave and more. You definitely don't want to miss this.

Free Download: 14KT Remixes Boog Brown "Growth"


Free Download: 14KT Remixes Boog Brown "Growth"

Courtesy Mello Music Group.

Boog Brown has officially released her full length project "The Brown Study Remixes" everywhere! To get people listening she is offering, till new years, a free download of the 14KT produced track "Growth."

Download Here:
http://mellomusicgroup.bandcamp.com/track/growth-14kt-remix
Video: Nick Nemesis - "Cry Babies" (prod. Joel Venom)


Video: Nick Nemesis - "Cry Babies" (prod. Joel Venom)

Courtesy Nick N.

Filmed in my hometown of West Chester, PA.

Just a nice and simple video shot for "Cry Babies"

MP3: Yo Gotti f/ Rick Ross - "Harder" (Radio & Street)


MP3: Yo Gotti f/ Rick Ross - "Harder" (Radio & Street)

Courtesy Dove @ Tygereye.

Yo Gotti ft. Rick Ross "Harder"
Produced by Lil Lody
The new official single from Live From the Kitchen (Polo Grounds Music/RCA)

 
Video: Proe - "Don't Wake the Babies"


Video: Proe - "Don't Wake the Babies"

Courtesy Routine Fly Music.

Here’s the first video from Proe’s upcoming album, “Be Brave, Gladiator”. The song was produced and recorded by Proe. The video was conceived, and edited by Proe. Not much this man can’t do. Sit back and enjoy the ride. “Be Brave, Gladiator” is in your eardrums January 1st.


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