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MP3: Bali - "The Hard Way" (prod. The Renegades)


From Jessie Maguire:

MP3: Bali - "The Hard Way" (prod. The Renegades)

Last week The Runners artist Bali released "So Cold" (prod by J.Cole) and this week we are treated to "The Hard Way" produced by The Renegades. This is only the beginning from team RMG!

Link: http://hulkshare.com/58qb0qxxqhfy .

MP3: Big E - "Work"


From Who Got Next:

MP3: Big E - "Work"

* http://tinyurl.com/BigEWork *

DJ Concept feat. Famoso, Koncept & Rap P - "Puff Puff Pass That"


From Coalmine Records:

DJ Concept feat. Famoso, Koncept & Rap P - "Puff Puff Pass That"

DJ Concept who's part of the Coalmine team is heading on a plane to Amsterdam to celebrate the release of his latest project Heavy Smoke.  While he's above the clouds heading to Cannabis country, we're down here promoting the album's first leak "Puff Puff Pass That" featuring Famoso, Koncept (Brown Bag AllStars) & Rap P.  We'll also be promoting the album cover and tracklist which contains a dope (no pun intended) line-up of ganja aficionados such as Chaundon, Joe Scudda, Nutso, Daytona, Nature & more!

MP3: Ace N Hood - "Go N Get It"


From BF Blasts:

MP3: Ace N Hood - "Go N Get It"

* http://tinyurl.com/AceHoodGoNGetIt *

MP3: Cohorts - "Crack It Open"


From M3W:

MP3: Cohorts - "Crack It Open"

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

MP3: Termanology f/ Bun B - "Say It"


From Kush Arora:

MP3: Termanology f/ Bun B - "Say It"

Check out a brand new free download for your sites from Termanology - " Say it Feat. Bun B" from his upcoming record "Cameo King II" due out on May 24th!

* http://soundcloud.com/ingroovesmarketing/termanology-say-it-remix *

Termanology's "Cameo King II" features 5 new songs and 17 of his greatest collaborations with DJ Premier, Bun B, Mac Miller, Saigon, etc. He has sold 23,395 digital singles and is regarded as the reincarnation of Big Pun.

A bit of history:

A friendship with the Gang Starr Foundation member Krumbsnatcha led to a meeting with DJ Premier, who was a fan of "This Is Hip Hop". Termanology's DJ Premier-produced 2006 single "Watch How It Go Down" generated considerable national and international interest, including an appearance in XXL's "Show & Prove" column.

The debut solo album release Politics as Usual on Nature Sounds in 2008 gathered together many of hip hop's most revered producers as DJ Premier was joined by names like Pete Rock, Large Professor, Easy Mo Bee, and Buckwild.

Get ready for the next chapter!

Check out the INgrooves New Releases for http://www.ingrooves.com/music.php .

MP3: Rich Kidd f/ Freeway - "Sky's the Limit"


From DJ Smallz:

MP3: Rich Kidd f/ Freeway - "Sky's the Limit"

TAKEN FROM

DJ SMALLZ - SOUTHERN SMOKE RADIO VOL. 2

COMING MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

DOWNLOAD LINK: http://hulkshare.com/53cwwifsrkxg .

MP3: Rox - "Do My Thang" (Hosted by Swizz Beatz)


From BF Blasts:

MP3: Rox - "Do My Thang" (Hosted by Swizz Beatz)

* http://www.mediafire.com/?6pkvr662iw6c0rr *

Free Music Friday: Rapture's Delight Edition


If the world is designated to end and this will be the last FMF ever, at least you'll have some dope free music to go out to. And if the world doesn't end as it supposedly should (sounds familiar, huh?), you'll still have the free music to keep for the rest of your days.

Elzhi :: ELmatic

Elzhi

This isn't your regular "I'm gonna rap over Nas instrumentals and call it a mixtape" mixtape. Elzhi, along with the dope musical instruments provided by Will Sessions, took the classic debut and REMADE the beats from scratch which fully contains the hip-hop essence of Illmatic. I'll go as far as saying that this is indeed CLASSIC, because their own version doesn't merely copy Nas's style, it enhances it.

Link:
http://www.mediafire.com/?7n9gyjmj1pla7cn

Fiend :: Life Behind Limo Glass

Life Behind Limo Glass

Yes, THAT Fiend formerly from No Limit Records. He has been producing hits for Curren$y and Lil Wayne alike, yet he shows that he still gets his shine on with solo offerings such as this one. If you always loved Fiend's music or need to catch up on Fiend then this one's for y'all as he sees life behind limo glass.

Link:
http://www.fienddigital.com/ccount/click.php?id=3

Focus... :: Music of the Misinterpreted

Focus...

If you haven't heard the music of Focus... then YOU'RE SLEEPING! I think I might've said that before with all of the OTHER free music he has released that we keep in the FMF archives. Yet Focus... gives away MORE free music for everyone to rock to and trust like the other ones, this one DOESN'T fall short. Download it now or forever hold your mouse click-less peace.

Link:
http://focus.bandcamp.com/album/music-of-the-misinterpretedv

Lil' B :: Bitch Mob: Respect Da Bitch Vol. 1

Lil B

Folks who are waiting for his "I'm Gay" album (that's a real title...allegedly), here's "Bitch Mob" to hold y'all over. BTW, his cover pays a Pen & Pixel-style homage to the Vibe 1995 cover with Death Row that includes Suge, Pac, Snoop, and Dre, except all of the heads on this cover is B.

Link:
http://tinyurl.com/BitchMob

yU :: Before Taxes

yU

For a limited time, yU is releasing his debut album "Before Taxes" for FREE download. And I suggest you HIGHLY take advantage of this free record. Inf act he rhymes, "Take advantage is a motto that I live by," WHILE I'm typing this. You can also buy if you feel the record is dope enough.

Link:
http://tinyurl.com/BeforeTaxes


That's it for the "Rapture's Delight" Edition of "Free Music Fridays." If you have any free music you would like to share with the world, please e-mail me at erik@rapreviews.com. If you're an artist with your free mixtape/album shown on this page and you want to send me a link re-up, corrections, and/or questions, e-mail me at erik@rapreviews.com, as well. Thanks for reading and enjoy y'all! Two fangas, one love..

PR: Lupe Fiasco & Steel Pulse at 25th Annual UCLA Festival


From HPR Los Angeles:

Lupe Fiasco & Steel Pulse Headline at 25th Annual UCLA JazzReggae Festival

After a quarter century of entertaining Southern California, the JazzReggae Festival announces its full lineup, which celebrates its illustrious history while providing a platform for upcoming new artists.  As headliners Steel Pulse and Lupe Fiasco enthusiastically come to UCLA's Intramural field, the 25th Annual JazzReggae Festival at UCLA boasts an innovative and eclectic lineup that will guarantee this year's festival-goers a truly unique experience.
 
This year's festival is excitedly redefining the Jam Day experience on May 29. The festival is proud to announce the debut of The JazzReggae 25 Revue with The 12-piece Miguel Atwood-Ferguson Ensemble Featuring Special Guests Talib Kweli, Bilal, Pharoahe Monch, Me'Shell Ndegeocello, Quadron, Karriem Riggins and More TBA. One of Los Angeles' most ingenious and experimental young composers, producers, and musicians, Miguel is well-known for composing the Suite for Ma Dukes, a musical tribute inspired by the work of late producer J. Dilla. He has worked with artists such as Stevie Wonder, John Legend, and Wayne Shorter. After two sold out shows in Los Angeles early this year, Swedish sensation Little Dragon is returning to bring their electric soul style to Jam Day. Funk and Soul veterans Lee Fields and the Expressions are sure to please crowds with their classic sound. Recently signed with Stones Throw Records, The Stepkids will be performing for Jam Day audiences, as well as Le J Trio Collective, a UCLA-based jazz group.
 
Jamaica native Gyptian will be following headliner Steel Pulse on Reggae Day, May 30. Tanya Stephens, accompanied by Detour Posse, will be bringing her socially conscious and influential dancehall music to UCLA's Intramural field. Also performing on Reggae Day, Panamanian duo Los Rakas combines bilingual lyricism with a mixture of reggae, hip hop, and dancehall sounds. Also performing on Reggae Day are The Wailing Souls, whose classic reggae roots sound is sure to add to the upbeat vibes of this beautiful Memorial Day spectacle. Southern Californian locals The Expanders and Samoan reggae crooner J-Boog will be performing as well.
 
The JazzReggae Festival is proud to introduce its sponsors S.O.Terik and Grooveshark. Tickets are currently on sale at UCLA's Central Ticket Office and on-line at www.ticketmaster.com.  For further information, visit the 25th Annual JazzReggae Festival on-line at www.jazzreggaefest.com .
 
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* http://vimeo.com/23837535 *
 
About UCLA JazzReggae Festival:

The JazzReggae Festival at UCLA kicks off the summer for the entire Los Angeles community. Held every Memorial Day Weekend since 1986, it has become a historic celebration of music, culture, and community. The JazzReggae Festival is the largest, entirely student produced and run event of its kind on the West Coast. Both days allow everyone in attendance to explore the rich lineage of these musical styles. In addition to music, the JazzReggae Festival incorporates many cultures by showcasing a variety of food and craft vendors from multifarious backgrounds and communities. With such a diverse selection of cultural food and goods.
 
In 2007 the JazzReggae Festival @ UCLA put forth an active effort to be as environmentally sustainable as possible. Since that time the festival has run their stage from bio-diesel fuel, partnered with environmentally forward thinking companies such as Eco Limo, printed their flyers and other promotional material on recycled paper, and included an informational booth on site in which audience members can learn more about ways to be environmentally responsible.
 
Past performers have included Erykah Badu, The Roots, Stephen Marley, Raphael Saadiq, Q-Tip, Goapele, Mr. Vegas, Jill Scott, Les Nubians, Nneka, Nas & Damian Marley, Buju Banton, India.Arie, Dwele, Barrington Levy, Beenie Man, Elephant Man, Roy Ayers as well as showcasing local Los Angeles talent Elevaters, J*DaVeY, U-N-I and Mateo.

* http://twitter.com/#!/jazzreggaefest *


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