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Video: DJ Smallz, DJ Knuckles, DJ Headbussa & DJ Shizm (Tampa)


From DJ Smallz:

Video: DJ Smallz, DJ Knuckles, DJ Headbussa & DJ Shizm (Tampa)

MP3: O.G. Boo Dirty f/ Rocko Da Don - "Bands On Me"


From BF Blasts:

MP3: O.G. Boo Dirty f/ Rocko Da Don - "Bands On Me"

(Clean/Dirty) http://www.mediafire.com/?t3h7ph2anutgwo7 .
 
**OFFICIAL VIDEO** http://www.worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video.php?v=wshhiC3z0D6b7fz760GN .

MP3: Dolla Boy (Playaz Circle) - "Whip Game Crazy"


From Rap Star Promo:

MP3: Dolla Boy (Playaz Circle) - "Whip Game Crazy"

* http://limelinx.com/files/2ea21a5e5e85d759b11356cb3384d4aa *

MP3: Cankoone - "Schools Out" (prod. J. Cardim)


From Zack Einhorn:

MP3: Cankoone - "Schools Out" (prod. J. Cardim)

* http://hulkshare.com/mececjdc0qzq *

Download: Steddy P & DJ-MAHF - "What Happened Tomorrow"


From Dan M:

Download: Steddy P & DJ-MAHF - "What Happened Tomorrow"

What Happened Tomorrow, the new free album by Steddy P and DJ Mahf is a farewell record in a sense, rooted in sample based production with the duo's own contemporary approach. As with the duo's previous projects, it's Steddy on the rhymes and Mahf on the tables, but a sense of maturity and growth mark this release as a staple in the Midwest indie rap circuit. From uptempo anthems to the introspective artsy landscape, it's evident the sound is expanding. Steddy and Mahf never disappoint, weaving in and out of several genres of Hip Hop with the ease only a veteran group would possess.

Download here:

What Happened Tomorrow - Direct Download Link

PR: Miles Jones' "Runaway Jones" Out Now


From The Musebox:

Miles Jones' "Runaway Jones" Out Now

(New York, NY) After years of playing shows around Canada and as far as Japan, writing and producing for other artists and starting his own record label (Mojo Records & Publishing), buzzin’ Toronto rapper Miles Jones is excited to see his debut album Runaway Jones released in the US on April 26 on MB3 Records.

In early October 2010, Jones released the first single off of Runaway Jones, “Never Wrong,” which was produced by Drake’s super producer Boi 1da. The T-Dot emcee then served up the public with another scorching heavy-hitter entitled,  “Time Machine.” “Time Machine” was the third most added hip-hop track on US college radio charts March 8th.  The track also received a nomination for “Hip Hop Song of the Year”(2011) from the Independent Music Awards.

For those who know his roots, this comes as no surprise that Miles Jones is a rising star in the Toronto hip-hop scene.  Bass runs deep through Jones’ veins. His grandfather helped pioneer the reggae movement at Studio One in Jamaica where Bob Marley and many others recorded their first big hits, while his father Hedley Jones aka Deadly Hedley Jones Jr. was an influential DJ on CFNY-FM and the early years of Toronto’s club scene.

Miles continues this tradition by being active in all aspects of music as a DJ, producer, emcee, songwriter and the owner of his own label Mojo Records & Publishing. A true student of the craft, Jones’ debut album One Chance also served as his thesis at McMaster University. The disc was released to critical acclaim and even helped garner Jones the 2007 Ontario Independent Music Award for Hip Hop Artist of the Year. Miles has also been recognized for his song writing talents, contributing 11 songs to Sony BMG’s music catalogue as part of the Canadian Idol songwriters conference.

Miles went on to create a unique sound that honors the true origins of hip-hop and collaborate with A-list industry including Percee P, Detroit-based producer Black Milk, and most recently, Grammy award-winning producer Boi 1da. Miles has been the recipient of distinguished awards from the Billboard World Song Contest for “Hip Hop Song of the Year” (2010) and the Independent Music Awards for “Hip Hop Song of the Year” (2009) and “Hip Hop Artist of the Year” (2007).  His music has been featured on major networks and hit television programs including CBS’ CSI: Las Vegas and the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Through 2008, Miles Jones has continued to ride this wave of success opening for veteran hip-hop legends KRS-One and Souls of Mischief of Hieroglyphics fame. While Miles remains true to the lyrical and poetic integrity of hip-hop, he is also in touch with the current direction of music. He has opened for up and comers Thunderheist and has also shared the stage with international phenomena T-Pain and Raekwon of Wu-Tang.


Runaway Jones Track Listing:

1.     Never Too Late
2.    Coast to Coast feat. Kae Sun
3.    Never Wrong
4.    Runaway
5.     Enter Time Machine
6.    Time Machine
7.     Exit Time Machine
8.    Rhyme Like This feat. Percee P
9.    Trust Me feat. RaSoul
10.  Good Morning Mr. Jones
11.   Say What feat. Shad K
12.  No More feat. Marinda
13.  Good Night Mr. Jones
14.  Things You Do
15.  Blow Up One

Tour dates are currently being scheduled so check www.runawayjones.com for updates.

MP3: Renz Julian - "Gangsta Party"


From M3W:

MP3: Renz Julian - "Gangsta Party"

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

PR: Dan-e-o Interviews Hulk Hogan on "Tha O Show"!


From Dan-e-o.com:

Dan-e-o Interviews Hulk Hogan on "Tha O Show"!

TODAY! Dan-e-o reaches yet another milestone is his career. Along with
co-host Big Daddy Donnie, Dan-e-o interviews the legendary and iconic Hulk
Hogan on the 219th episode of “Tha O Show”!

Dan-e-o’s online talk show, “Tha O Show” is known for its comedic approach
to covering professional wrestling, MMA, sports, music and more. Its
biggest interview ever, Hulk Hogan is the world’s most recognizable face
in the history of professional wrestling!

Performing at “Brawl At The Bush II” at the Brantford Civic Centre this
Saturday, May 14th, Hulk Hogan talks with Big Daddy Donnie and Dan-e-o
about the incomparable passion of Canadian wrestling fans, Toronto’s
involvement in reviving Hulkamania, his thoughts on The Iron Sheik, Bret
“Hitman” Hart and others and TNA’s switch to “Impact Wrestling”.

Visit http://angrymarks.com/index.php?ArticleID=13983 today to check
out the 219th episode of “Tha O Show” featuring Hulk Hogan! You can
also download the show via iTunes (kw: angrymarks) or ThaOShow.com!

Video: King Magnetic f/ Esoteric, Vinnie Paz & More - "Watch Out"


From Mag Music:

Video: King Magnetic f/ Esoteric, Vinnie Paz & More - "Watch Out"

MP3: The Runners x J. Cole x Bali - "So Cold"


From Jessie Maguire:

MP3: The Runners x J. Cole x Bali - "So Cold"

Super producers The Runners have just unleashed their artist Bali's new record from his upcoming mixtape "So Cold" produced by J. Cole. 

Download Link for "So Cold" - Bali (prod by J. Cole): 

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