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Audio: Kendrick Lamar f/ Jay Rock - "My People"


Audio: Kendrick Lamar f/ Jay Rock - "My People"

From RBC Records.

* http://hulkshare.com/v3fw05ft3qn8 *

MP3: Boss Hogg Outlawz f/ Slim Thug - "Turn My Knock Up"


MP3: Boss Hogg Outlawz f/ Slim Thug - "Turn My Knock Up"

From Chris @ E1 Music.

* http://tinyurl.com/BossHogg-TurnMyKnockUp *

MP3: Jaz-O "Otis" Re-Up


MP3: Jaz-O "Otis" Re-Up

From PR Dean Multimedia.

* http://hulkshare.com/5repzv56et1i *

Video: T. Calmese - "Trust Me"


Video: T. Calmese - "Trust Me"

From Wanja Lange.

About the Song:

"Trust me" is the first single and video off T.Calmese' official solo debut "A Will of Fortune". The song is the excellent result of an collaborative effort with fellow Detroit native & super producer Nick Speed.

With the release of "New Jack Kings" in 2010, a collaborative project with Vaughan T of Athletic Mic League, T.Calmese has been constantly building his brand. Releasing "Audio Drops" a collection of songs he would make available every Tuesday for free download, in recent months he significantly increased his following and a demand for an official solo release, which brings us to "A Will of Fortune". With backdrops from producers such as Dibiase, Nick Speed, Decompoze and more, T.Calmese (formerly iLLiTe) gives you his re-introduction. And so it begins...

Stream / Purchase: http://tcalmese.bandcamp.com/releases .

MP3: Shizzie f/ S.B. - "Err Day"


MP3: Shizzie f/ S.B. - "Err Day"

From Major Music.

* http://www17.zippyshare.com/v/17556783/file.html *

@IamShizzie is a 20 year old artist hailing from the Boston neighborhood of Roxbury who has a lot of talent and great delivery. Shizzie started writing his own lyrics at the age of 9 and by the time he was in middle school he created a group called "Street Status", alongside S.B The Real Souljaboy in 2004. "Err Day" is a leak off of Shizzie's upcoming mixtape "Reality Check" which features the members of Street Status making a new hustler's anthem.

MP3: Pusha T f/ Kanye West, Young Jeezy - "Amen"


MP3: Pusha T f/ Kanye West, Young Jeezy - "Amen"

Courtesy of Revolution Media Group.

Download:
Mediafire: http://www.mediafire.com/?nqgeh6eyyvbk4rf .
Hulkshare: http://www.hulkshare.com/w97js57bbmqw .

Stream:
Soundcloud: http://www.snd.sc/qXo78f .

Video: Donnie Darko - "Faces" (prod. Sutter Kain)


Video: Donnie Darko - "Faces" (prod. Sutter Kain)

From Never So Deep Records.

MP3: Transporta - "I Wanna Dance With You"


MP3: Transporta - "I Wanna Dance With You"

From M3W.

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

Cymarshall Law & Mr. Joeker: Hip Hop in the Soul 2 Sampler


Cymarshall Law & Mr. Joeker: Hip Hop in the Soul 2 Sampler

Courtesy of Cy Law.

Cymarshall Law & Mr. Joeker - Hip Hop in the Soul 2 Album Sampler Download :

http://hulkshare.com/3ukox41t64se

Full Album out Oct. 4th

Video: Metermaids - "8mm" + Show Announcements


Video: Metermaids - "8mm" + Show Announcements

Courtesy of Audible Treats.

On September 6th, Metermaids, the Brooklyn-based duo of rappers Sentence and Swell, will release their latest album, Rooftop Shake via Strange Famous Records. Rooftop Shake is Metermaids' most ambitious project to date, with production on the 10-track LP split between 9th Wonder and Matt Stine and cuts provided by DJ Rob Swift of the legendary X-Ecutioners. Sage Francis, who signed the duo to his Strange Famous Records, guests on two tracks while fellow underground favorite Buck 65 provides his perspective for one track. As the release date for Rooftop Shake quickly approaches, Metermaids are excited to debut the first video from the project for the song "8mm."

Following the grit of 9th Wonder-produced lead single, "Graveyard Shift," which was released two weeks ago, "8mm" shines a different light on Metermaids, one that pulls from Matt Stine's soulful, string-driven production and reflects the nuanced grainy and saturated texture of the old school film medium from which the song draws its name. "The song is about how life seems to look better and more hopeful when shot in 8mm," Swell says, "because 8mm film most closely resembles how, at least to us, the human mind captures reality."

Fittingly, photographer and videographer Norman Nelson filmed the entire video, which captures snapshots of their recent travels to San Miguel de Allende and shots of them reflecting while on a rooftop in Brooklyn, using an 8mm film camera.

To support the album, Metermaids will also be taking their show on the road this fall. They will be opening up for a portion of Sage Francis' tour in Portland, Oregon on September 21st and Seattle, Washington, on September 22nd. http://www.strangefamousrecords.com/blogs/sage-francis-blog/sagefrancis-portlandseattle/ .


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