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Audio: Tragedy Khadafi f/ Killa Sha, Planet Asia & King David


Audio: Tragedy Khadafi f/Killa Sha, Planet Asia & King David "Best of Both Coast"

Courtesy Matt B.

Pre-order Thug Matrix 3 for $8.99 today!

Fellow Juice Crew member and Hip-Hop icon, Tragedy Khadafi is set to release a new Street-LP, Thug Matrix 3, on September 20th, 2011. Thug Matrix 3 features production by: araabMUZIK, Shroom, Audible Doctor, Now & Laterz, and Ayatollah.

Here is the latest leak, "Best of Both Coast" from Tragedy Khadafi's Thug Matrix 3 featuring the late Killa Sha, Planet Asia & King David.

DL link to Tragedy Khadafi f/Killa Sha, Planet Asia & King David "Best of Both Coast": http://hulkshare.com/cba16m6m9n9w .

Video: Dru Ha (Duck Down) Training With Mark Jenkins


Video: Dru Ha (Duck Down) Training With Mark Jenkins

Courtesy Matt B.

Part 1 of the two part training series as Dru Ha readies himself for 2011's ING: New York City Marathon on November 6th. In this clip, Dru Ha explains why he is running, about "Run 2 Remember" NYC Alzheimers Association chapter team, and his experience training with celebrity trainer Mark Jenkins. Unfortunately due to Mark's busy schedule training celebrities such as Diddy, D'Angelo, & Mary J. Blige, he has to defer the training sessions with another "celebrity trainer" which was documented in Part 2 of this series.

For more information on Mark Jenkins, visit www.infitness.com or follow him on Twitter @TheMarkJenkins

Visit Dru's Donation Page: http://bit.ly/q3kkbR .

For Full Story On Dru Ha Running The Marathon, visit: http://bit.ly/n9PeCY .

Mixtape: Johnny23 Records & All Elements - "Riot Renaissance"


Mixtape: Johnny23 Records & All Elements - "Riot Renaissance"

Hosted by (and courtesy of) DJ J-Ronin.

* http://hulkshare.com/qynqot8d6d5l *

TRACKLIST

1. J-Ronin Intro prod. Kebo
2. 2uGli & Illroot - Chariots of the Gods prod. Al' Tarba cuts by DJ Deprave
3. 2uGli feat. Bloody Monk Consortium - Left Handed Violinists prod. Snowgoons
4. Mike220 - Fatal Attraction prod. Will Taubin
5. 2uGli feat. Bloody Monk Consortium & Timbo King - From the Hood prod. Al' Tarba
6. LoDeck - Rum in the Tummy prod. Blockhead
7. JAKPROGRESSO feat. LoDeck & Boxguts - Morrison Hotel prod. JAKPROGRESSO
8. Labal-S - Killed it prod. DJ Reef
9. Mike220 feat. Boxguts  - Kane & Hash prod. Will Taubin
10. LoDeck & Dub-L - Fishing Gear Hookups prod. Dub-L
11. C-Plexx - Hot n Hazardous - prod. C-Plexx
12. JAKPROGRESSO - Mega Cauldron prod. Sebrox
13. Bloody Monk Consortium - B.M.C. prod. Imperial Skillz Empera
14. 2uGli feat. Scott Klum, iLLRoot, Labal-S,  - Culture's Vagrant prod. mag0wl
15. Bloody Monk Consortium feat. PH & LoDeck - Blood Letter prod. lex luger
16. Boxguts - Break Fast prod. C-Plexx
17. LoDeck & JAKPROGRESSO - Mustard24 prod JAKPROGRESSO
18. Labal-S & 2uGli - Now and Then prod. mag0wl cuts by DJ Deprave
19. Boxguts feat. JAKPROGRESSO - Giants of Grease prod. Will Taubin
20. 2uGli - Feed Me prod. Al' Tarba
21. 2uGli feat Bloody Monk Consortium & Pacewon - Shrink's 3rd Eye prod. mag0wl
22. C-Plexx feat. Boxguts - New Age Crap prod. C-Plexx
23. Mike220 - Junk Food prod. Will Taubin
24. Leeroy Destroy - Sense prod. DJ Caique
25. Boxguts - Spare Parts prod. Will Taubin
26. Bloody Monk Consortium - Fallen Angelz prod. FuckRICO
27. J-Ronin Outro prod. KEBO

MP3: Bambi f/ Cap-1 - "Look At Yo Body"


MP3: Bambi f/ Cap-1 - "Look At Yo Body"

Courtesy M3W.

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

Video: Slim Thug x DJ Mr. Rogers Present L.E.$ "Badside"


Video: Slim Thug x DJ Mr. Rogers Present L.E.$ "Badside"

Courtesy Chris @ E1.

SLIM THUG X DJ MR ROGERS Present L.E.$ "Badside" Video from David Stunts.

Justin BUA Set to Release Newest Book: The Legends of Hip Hop


Justin BUA Set to Release Newest Book: The Legends of Hip Hop

Courtesy Ballin' PR.

The Legends of Hip Hop from Amazon.com!

Artist Justin BUA is proud to announce his newest book, The Legends of Hip-Hop (Harper Collins Design, an imprint of HarperCollins Book Publishers; November 8, 2011), where he pays homage to 50 of the greatest names in hip hop history. With a foreward by Chuck D, BUA uses portraiture to celebrate each individual's revolutionary contribution to the global phenomenon known as hip hop.

From Afrika Bambaataa, Queen Latifah, and LL Cool J, to Snoop Dogg, Jay-Z, and Eminem, BUA captures the spirit of both the unsung and iconic heroes who have shaped music, art, dance, fashion, even language and politics. Each portrait is accompanied by a personal essay that details each individual's impact—not only on cultural history, but also on BUA’s own life and work.

Unlike any other book, The Legends of Hip Hop comes not from an investigative academic, but from an authentic source who—as a native New Yorker—witnessed the birth and development of hip hop from a community movement to its explosion into a global industry.

Justin BUA attended NY's LaGuardia High School of Music & Performing Arts and Art Center College in CA, where he received a BFA. BUA has created art for the music, film, fashion, and entertainment industries, with clients like Warner Brothers, Comedy Central, MTV, Sony, and EA Sports. BUA's art sells at galleries worldwide as well as at retail giants like Target. Recent credits include art direction for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's acclaimed film, "On the Shoulders of Giants," as well as the direction and hosting of Ovation TV's hit documentary "Walk this Way," about rapper DMC, of RUN-D.M.C. BUA lives in L.A., CA.

Video: Nappy Roots Talk About Their New Album


Video: Nappy Roots Talk About Their New Album

Courtesy DJ Vlad.

PR: Statik Selektah Population Control Official Track List


Statik Selektah Population Control Official Track List - Pre-Order The Album Now

Population Control only $8.99 from Amazon.com!

The 20-track album, entirely produced by Statik, has an all-star cast featuring original songs by Mac Miller, Big K.R.I.T., Talib Kweli, Bun B, Chris Webby, Pill, Dom Kennedy, LeCrae, Joell Ortiz, Freddie Gibbs, Brother Ali, Sean Price, Styles P, Colin Munroe & more. 

Population Control is in stores October 25th on Showoff / Duck Down Music.

1. Population Control (feat. Sean Price & Termanology)
2. Play the Game (feat. Big K.R.I.T. & Freddie Gibbs)
3. Groupie Love (feat. Mac Miller & Josh Xantus)
4. New York, New York (feat. Styles P, Saigon & Jared Evan)
5. Sam Jack (feat. XV, Jon Connor & The Kid Daytona)
6. Never a Dull Moment (feat. Action Bronson, Termanology & Bun B)
7. You're Gone (feat. Talib Kweli, Colin Munroe & Lil Fame)
8. They Don't Know (feat. Pill & Reks)
9. Down (feat. Push! Montana & LEP Bogus Boys)
10. Let's Build (feat. Chace Infinite, JFK, Mitchy Slick & Wais P)
11. Smoke On (feat. Dom Kennedy & Strong Arm Steady)
12. The High Life (feat. Kali, GameBoi & Chris Webby)
13. Half Moon Part (feat. Skyzoo, Chuuwee & Tayyib Ali)
14. Black Swan (feat. Nitty Scott MC & Rapsody)
15. Harlem Blues (feat. Smoke DZA)
16. Gold In 3D (feat. STS & Dosage)
17. Damn Right (feat. Joell Ortiz & Brother Ali)
18. Live & Let Live (feat. Lecrae)
19. A DJ Saved My Life (feat. DJ Premier, DJ Babu, Scram Jones & DJ Craze)
20. 4Gs (feat. Ea$y Money, Termanology, Scram Jones & Wais P)

MP3: Session f/ Akrobatik - "Bloodlust"


MP3: Session f/ Akrobatik - "Bloodlust"

Courtesy GRP Music.

An eye for an eye leaves every one blind, and no where is this more apparent than in the violence-ridden streets of ghettos across America. On "Bloodlust," a track off his forthcoming mixtape album 20/20 Vision, Session and legendary Boston emcee Akrobatik rhyme about  the consequences of killing and the ways that murder and mayhem take a toll on our communities.
 
LISTEN TO/DOWNLOAD "BLOODLUST" NOW! http://soundcloud.com/wordlife-1/bloodlust-f-akrobatik .

20/20 Vision will be available to stream and download October 20, 2011.

New Audio: Jedi Mind Tricks - "Target Practice"


New Audio: Jedi Mind Tricks - "Target Practice"

Courtesy Matt B.

For more than fifteen years, the name Jedi Mind Tricks has become synonymous with raw, gritty underground hip-hop. From their debut album, The Psycho-social, in 1996 to their seminal sophomore release, Violent By Design, to their musical expansion heard on Servants and Heaven, Kings in Hell, JMT has made an indelible impression on the independent music scene (with over 400K units sold) while arguably forging its own subgenre of rap. Led by the fiery vocals of controversial front man, Vinnie Paz (who also released a critically acclaimed solo-LP, Season Of The Assassin in 2010 which featured the underground smash "Street Wars" f/Clipse & Block McCloud and also guest apperances from Paul Wall, Freeway and Beanie Sigel), and his venerable rhyme partner, Jus Allah, the group has built one of the most critically-acclaimed and commercially-successful careers in independent music.

Though JMT rarely appears on Billboard charts, their success is most accurately measured in the passion and respect of their growing legions of hardcore fans who have packed JMT shows around the world from Boston to Bogota to Bucharest. JMT's music is defiant and their longevity is a testament to their blue-collar work ethic; born from the bloodlines of their hometown, Philadelphia, PA.

On October 25, 2011, JMT is set to drop its seventh studio album, "Violence Begets Violence", through Vinnie Paz's own imprint, Enemy Soil. Though JMT fans can expect more of the uncompromising, unrelenting brand of hardcore rap music that has become the group's signature sound, "Violence Begets Violence," marks a change (something the group has undeniably become accustomed to over the years) as longtime JMT producer, Stoupe, hands over production duties to a new wave of talented producers honed in on the JMT sound; but set on creating a fresh take on a classic formula.

Jedi Mind Tricks "Violence Begets Violence" will be available on CD, vinyl, and via digital download on October 25, 2011.

Here is the first leak, "Target Practice," from JMT's "Violence Begets Violence" (produced by Hypnotist Beats): http://hulkshare.com/ul74bctkkz3e .


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