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[Laila's Wisdom]

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Audio: @MLMKareem @PhillyFreezer @MegaRan - The Industry

Audio: Lefty, Freeway & Random - The Industry

Courtesy Kareem.

Song Title: The Industry

Featured Artist: Lefty, Freeway and Random- Produced By Alex Minor

Twitter Info: @mlmkareem, @phillyfreezer, @Megaran

Audio: Kid Tsunami f/ Buckshot, Chubb Rock, Pharoahe Monch & Jeru The Damaja

Audio: Kid Tsunami f/ Buckshot, Chubb Rock, Pharoahe Monch & Jeru The Damaja

Courtesy Matt B.

It’s only appropriate that this massive posse cut, “The Chase,” closes out Kid Tsunami’s forthcoming compilation LP of the same name.

Video: @TruthUniversal "Invent the Future" f/ Evelyn + Suave

Video: Truth Universal "Invent the Future" f/ Evelyn + Suave

Courtesy T.U. Press.

Artist: Truth Universal ft. Suave + Evelyn
Song: Invent the Future
Album: Invent the Future
Publisher: Truth Universal Music (ASCAP)
Label: Truth Universal Music, LLC
Producer: P.U.D.G.E.
Editor: Legaux for Legaux Blox
Super 8mm footage: Moira Tierney

Video: Wisdom "Lyricism" (@BallinPR)

Video: Wisdom "Lyricism"

Courtesy Nik @ Ballin PR.

Rooted in life experience, his diverse style incorporates lyrics that are streetwise with a conscious message. He explains, “World issues and human suffering were common topics of discussion in our household growing up, as well as exposure to many types of music and cultures. My music and my message are a natural extension of this.”

Audio: @BloodyMonks Consortium "Quicksand" EP (@Dub_MD)

Audio: Bloody Monk Consortium "Quicksand" EP

Courtesy DubMD84.

Brain Kave Music Group returns with their latest release from hardcore hip hop duo Bloody Monks Consortium entitled 'QuickSand,' acollaborative EP between powerhouse lyricists Labal-S (Dr. Murda Verses) & Leeroy Destory accompanied by the production team consisting of Brain Kave Music members: Dox Boogie, Vint Mentalz, PayDay Jones and Sixfire.

Video: @Kid_Ink f/ @MeekMill @Wale - "Bad Ass" (@psmirf)

Video: Kid Ink f/ Meek Mill, Wale - "Bad Ass"

Courtesy Papa Smirf.

Here is the brand new video from Kid Ink Ft Meek Mill & Wale.

Video: @BigOMassMusic in "Banguhh!" with Exotic Sexy Ladies

Video: Big O in "Banguhh!" with Exotic Sexy Ladies

Courtesy RRP.

Big O hits with this banger and all the sexy ladies make it that much better!

Video: @IAmKingRamses - "All About You"

Video: King Ramses - "All About You"

Courtesy KRM.

I'm a little late releasing my newest visual - I was out in NYC performing at MoneyShotTv Video awards. This is the introduction to my "I LOVE MUSIC" series. Every Sunday I will release a new visual of some music I was working on, what ever I was thinking or going thru at the time. Today is "All About You" which is a little different than what you heard from me. As people we go through different emotions and situations and sometimes hip hop is a healer, a confidant, a therapist and more.

WORDS FROM KING MIDAS - Mars Co-op and Malik B of The Roots (@TUBRecords)

WORDS FROM KING MIDAS - Mars Co-op and Malik B of The Roots

Courtesy Sims Media.

Mars Co-op and Malik B of The Roots are back with a compilation album featuring some of Philly's top street rappers. The album with features from Sunwun, Rokie Rokstarr and others is a glimpse at one of three alter egos possessed by T.U.B. Records CEO, Mars Co-op. On "Words From King Midas", Mars is a bonafide boss of the streets, and Hip-Hop is his product!

Stay tuned for Mars' other alter egos - Mr. Fresh Boy's "Cleanliness Is Next To Godliness" and Blackceaser's "The Powers In The Tongue" in 2013!

Artillery Splurgin' - Parallel Thought & Gene The Southern Child

Artillery Splurgin' - Parallel Thought & Gene The Southern Child

Courtesy Parallel Thought.

Following the release of their 2012 collaboration A Ride With The Southern Child, Gene the Southern Child and Parallel Thought have teamed up once again for Artillery Splurgin’. Alabama-native Gene returns with his signature smooth elocution; his lyrics, which are laden with self-reflection and thoughtful insights into both personal and social circumstances, ultimately depict a cold American landscape, both poignant and controversial.

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