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MP3: Timbaland - "Not My Happiness"

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MP3: Timbaland - "Not My Happiness"

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MP3: Sean Hines f/ Edo. G - "I Got to Have It 2011"

From Major Music:

MP3: Sean Hines f/ Edo. G - "I Got to Have It 2011"

Boston based group @Rushya617 is preparing to drop their latest mixtape "Rushin Enemy 2". Featuring group members Sean Hines, Wrath, Hit and Hasheesh, this mixtape is a tribute to classic 90's Hip-Hop by using production from some of the biggest acts of that era (Such as Mobb Deep, Wu-Tang Clan, Dr. Dre, Biggie, Gang Starr among many others.). The first track being leaked from the mixtape is a remake of the Boston classic "I Got To Have It". For good measure Rushya tabbed the song's original emcee Edo. G for a featured verse.

Download "I Got To Have It 2011" Here
Download "I Got To Have It 2011" Radio Edit Here

Video: Suede Royale Talks "Self Made" LP

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Video: Suede Royale Talks "Self Made" LP

Suede Royale Talks "Self Made" LP from DJ Smallz.

Meet Suede Royale, an Artist/Singer/Songwriter/Producer on The Tranzformerz, a production group signed directly to Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group imprint. Previously featured on "Diamonds & Maybachs Pt. 2" on the "Custom Cars & Cycles" LP, Suede is currently working on the latest Maybach Music project, the "Self Made" compilation scheduled for a May 24 release.

MP3: Diva Jonez - "Walk It Like I Talk It"

From Boss Up Family:

MP3: Diva Jonez - "Walk It Like I Talk It"


  YowZiR!.. Diva Jonez is an upcoming "superstar" female rapper born & raised from the Swag City Brooklyn New York with full fledge Haitian Caribbean background. The "Queen Of Swagg"  is not your average girl. She has a unique sense of fashion and raps about her thoughts, pain, & experiences that she went through growing up and share it to the world, especially her "hood".

  Diva Jonez started rapping & recording in May 2010, grinding her music by herself using social media outlets & heavy self promoting; shortly her buzz started growing like a "brush fire". The Haitian community loved her immediatley & called her "Port au Princess". Diva Jonez set the internet on fire when she released her 1st song recorded ever which turned out to be a smash hit "Baddest Chick N' Da Hood" an anthem amongst woman. In the span 4 months her single was immediately picked up by local radio stations and became a club banger and radio hit once the DJ’s got their hands on it. Diva Jonez also opened up for main acts like Rick Ross, Foxy Brown, Papoose & cameo in videos  as know artist Jim Jones, Vado, Fred the GodSon & many others.

  Diva Jonez is keeping up her momentum and increasing her buzz with the release of her 2nd single "WALK IT LIKE I TALK IT". Diva has already shot her 1st video which is the video for her 2nd single which will be available on itunes soon. Diva is currently working on her mixtape "SUSPENDAZ & NINJA POWER" which consist of hip hop, rock, pop music; which is set to drop soon in Spring 2011. Diva Jonez is definately the female void that the rap game has been missing.

Diva's music influences range from a varity of artists such as Biggie, Lauren Hill, Queen Latifah, Madonna, Gwen Stefani, Beyonce, Missy Elliot, Eve & Shawnna. If you ask Diva Jonez, "how did she get such a huge buzz in a short time of amount time, she'll reply "God Is Good". Diva's keeps faith & her family drives & motivates her to complete her journey. Diva Jonez is a "true superstar", her passion, talent, swag, movement & determination only point one way.."TO THE TOP"....Watch Out!

Video: Rapper Big Pooh - "The Gift"

From Ty Cannon:

Video: Rapper Big Pooh - "The Gift"

PR - AKIR Presents #SupporterSundays: Just Think

From AKIR Music:

AKIR Presents #SupporterSundays: Just Think

First lemme say how immensely humbled I am by the West Coast love I have received so far. Paid Dues was amazing! Now I'm extremely excited to see what the rest of my tour has to offer...

While I didn't have a lot of time dedicated to new material on stage out here, as you already know, I have been working feverishly to mix my new projects (Focus [EP] & The Plan [LP]).

So... I decided to bless all of you with a couple of unreleased tracks that I recorded right after Legacy. It's amazing how relevant they still are...

Here is:  "Just Think"

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Follow Akir on Twitter: @AkirOne and on Facebook at: Akir Plan.

#SupporterSundays #GetConnected exclusives every Sun 3pm ET


Video: D-Rick f/ Off-Rip, Ro Spit - "This Is It"

From Juan Neal:

Video: D-Rick f/ Off-Rip, Ro Spit - "This Is It"

MP3: T.I. - "Celebrate"

MP3: Luke Sick & Rush Rush - "On Dope"

From Routine Fly:

MP3: Luke Sick & Rush Rush - "On Dope"

Rime Force Most Illin’ is a cool name right?  I agree.  If you aren’t familiar, RFMI is composed of Luke Sick & Rob RushLuke Sick is one half for the Hip Hop Duo Grand Invincible with DJ Eons, Gurp City luminary, front man to the legendary Sacred Hoop.  Rob Rush is part of San Francisco’s Rec-League crew and has been putting in plenty of work on the stage and behind the mic with his team for the past 10 years in the bay area and touring up and down the west coast.  This new project is featuring production from the Rec-League and Gurp City camps with tuff rhymes from Luke Sick & Rob Rush.

On Dope is produced by Vrse Murphy (Sacred Hoop) and features cuts from San Francisco’s own DJ Quest.  the track is from the album The Force Is Slammin’” due out later this year.

Rime Force Most Illin’ – “On Dope” Divshare w/ embeddable player: Rime Force Most Illin – “On Dope” Direct Download:
Video: Juvenile Speaks on UTP & Hot Boys Reunions

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Video: Juvenile Speaks on UTP & Hot Boys Reunions

Juvenile Speaks on UTP & Hot Boys Reunions from DJ Smallz.

The New Orleans legend gives us an update on two highly anticipated reunions: UTP (Juvenile, Wacko, Skip) and Hot Boys (Juvenile, Lil Wayne, B.G., Turk).

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