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Video: Random - "Limitless"


From Random a/k/a Mega Ran:

Video: Random - "Limitless"

Random -Limitless (Official Video) from Raheem Jarbo.

MP3: Boomman f/ Tity Boi, Yo Gotti - "Up In Here"


From M3W:

MP3: Boomman f/ Tity Boi, Yo Gotti - "Up In Here"

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MP3: Ariez Onasis f/ Rugged Rivera - "Gucci Gucci"


From Zack @ Dice Music:

MP3: Ariez Onasis f/ Rugged Rivera - "Gucci Gucci"

* http://soundcloud.com/ariez-onasis/gucci-gucci-ft-rugged-rivera *

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FROM THE MIXTAPE JACKMOVE HOSTED BY CLINTON SPARKS, JAMN 94.5'S DJ E DUBBLE AND JACK FROST. 5 DIFFERENT COVERS, 5 DIFFERENT BONUS TRACKS!

Video: Stereo Boyz - "Circus Act"


New Video: Stereo Boyz - Circus Act



The Song:
 

 "Circus Act" is the second video off the Stereo Boyz' latest EP "Live from the Ghettoblaster". As the chorus goes "Rap is a circus of clowns", the song describes todays rap game as a colorful, corrupted gathering of puppets, playing the roles of rappers for fame, success and money.

The video reflects that same idea. Shot in Detroit, the Stereo Boyz put together a creative and entertaining piece of art, reminiscent of energetic 90s hip hop videos, to show that rap can be performed in a unique way, not following the instructions of a ringmaster.

 


Video: "Circus Act"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwpvcNw0lGw

Download "Circus Act"

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Stream "Live from the Ghettoblaster" EP:

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About Stereo Boyz:

 

 The Stereo Boyz are currently looking for a label to release their upcoming LP "Radio Headz" on.

The Stereo Boyz consist of members Mixo (aka Applauze Beetz), Mic Audio (aka Perfect Hell) and Kid Boombox. Before becoming the super group Stereo Boyz the three were a part of the “Rhyme Asylum” (1999 - 2008), a group that claimed a reputation of being one of Detroit's most hardcore underground rap groups. Performing since a young age, the three have created an undeniable stage presence, they master the ceremony, and in countless freestyle competitions The Stereo Boyz have earned the respect of every emcee they came across. 

With Mixo and Kid Boombox coming from Detroit and Mic Audio from Chicago they have created a perfect fusion of the Midwest. Combining strong lyrics with catchy hooks, their sound merges the best of both worlds: clever rhymes andCre beats that any hip hop fan will nod their head or move their feet to.

The mixtape “Sound Check Vol 1” was their first group effort and has earned praises from rap fans worldwide, as well as Mic Audios recent solo project “Biblical Fearical”. The Stereo Boyz dropped their EP “Live from the Ghettoblaster” on January 22nd and their highly anticipated debut album “Radio Heads” is set to be released in the summer of 2011. Constantly in the studio recording and working on new beats and rhymes the group has several mixtapes from all group members coming out, making it impossible to be slept on.

The Stereo Boyz represent the past, present, & future of Detroit Hip-Hop. Their combination of Detroit Motown and Chicago's House & Electro Pop sound has created a midwest masterpiece. Now it's time to share that masterpiece with the world.

 

 Find more info on Stereo Boyz here:


Video: Magnum O f/ Wise Intelligent - "In the Streets"


From Intelligent Muzik:

Video: Magnum O f/ Wise Intelligent - "In the Streets" (prod. Illmind)

New HEAT from Philly's own Magnum O featuring Wise Intelligent produced by iLLmind! This street banger is off Magnum O's new incredible album "Masterpiece Theater."

PR: Lil' Kim Returns Spitting Fire at Club 57


From Big Machine Media:

Lil' Kim Returns Spitting Fire at Club 57

New York, NY - Lil' Kim was cold as ice this past winter at Rockit for her Nicki Minaj diss; now she has her sights set on Club 57's stage for a scorching summer kick-off.  Kim will invade FV's Saturday night sensation on June 11th, particularly eager to join forces with New York nightlife icon and FornabaioVoss regular, Amanda Lepore. A thoughtful pairing at the artist's request; it was in fact Amanda Lepore whose tracks inspired Lil' Kim most during her stint behind bars in 2005.

In addition to many of Kim's chart dominators, expect a special collaboration of Lepore's, "Champagne" for Tony and Brandon's devoted slew of night crawlers.

Information on the event below:

Saturday, June 11, 2011

10 PM

CLUB 57 at PROVIDENCE
311 West 57th Street

(Between 8th and 9th Avenues)
New York, NY 10019

For more information and to stay up to date on future events, please visit: www.fvevents.com .

Follow them on Twitter @FVEvents, and on Facebook www.facebook.com/FVEvents .

MP3: Rockwell Knuckles - "Baking Soda"


From Audible Treats:

MP3: Rockwell Knuckles - "Baking Soda"

St. Louis MC Celebrates Success With Second Single

Critical Praise for Rockwell Knuckles:

Rockwell Knuckles selected as the must-see artist out of all genres for The Riverfront Times annual "Best of St. Louis" Showcase.

"When I'm in a particularly good mood, I roll down the windows in my car, crank up either Choose Your Own Adventure or You're F*ckin' Out, I'm F*ckin' In and spaz out. I go into full Rockwell Knuckles mode: dramatic hand motions, drawn out syllables and what I consider to be a pitch-perfect live rendition of his music." - Smoking Section

The Song:

Blowing up faster than a kid's science fair volcano, Rockwell Knuckles is excited to release his latest single, "Baking Soda," into the atmosphere. The buzz surrounding the St. Louis MC has been steadily building since the critically-acclaimed release of his 2010 debut album, Choose Your Own Adventure, and continues to rise in anticipation of his two new projects, first You're Fucking Out, I'm Fucking In followed by Take Me To Your Leader.

Although being successful is typically determined by dollar signs and multiple zeros, "Baking Soda" is a reflection on personal triumphs. "I'm coming from a place where success is sometimes determined by money," says Rockwell. "The type of success I'm talking about is being true to yourself." Especially in a time when there are more people talking the talk instead of walking the walk, Mr. Knuckles' makes it known that "This is what it feel like/ When you rap about it and you do that shit in real life," right off the bat. The MPC heavy production by Trifeckta amplifies that victorious feeling that Rockwell raps about and fuels his fire. "I'm just being confident about my future endeavors," says Rockwell. "Nothing says success like a celebratory mission statement."

Download "Baking Soda" for free here: http://media.audibletreats.com/Rockwell_Knuckles-Baking_Soda.mp3 .

Fans can download the full You're Fucking Out, I'm Fucking In album here: http://www.mediafire.com/?1cpobfrfp4fef41 .

MP3: Bad Meets Evil f/ Bruno Mars - "Lighters"


From M3W:

MP3: Bad Meets Evil f/ Bruno Mars - "Lighters"

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Video: Mike Posner x Karmaloop TV - "Sweat the World"


From Zack @ Dice Music:

Video: Mike Posner x Karmaloop TV - "Sweat the World"

Wahid spends a day in the life of Mike Posner from behind the scenes to his on stage performance alongside special guest Clinton Sparks as well as discussing about Dr Romanelli, G-Unit, and Karmaloop CEO Greg Selkoe.

Video: Has-Lo - "Limit"


From Mello Music Group:

Video: Has-Lo - "Limit"

Has-Lo 's debut album "In Case I Don't Make It " began garnering attention imediately upon release.  XXL Mag, The LA Weekly, eMusic Editor in Chief J. Edward Keyes, and Passion of the Weiss all selected the album as a standout.  Though not your typical party and grab ass record, ICIDMI turned heads because of it's gritty take on a life far too many of us know, one lived at the breaking point. 
 
Today, Has-Lo and director Antonio Battle present the video for the standout track "Limit" .  Shot against black brick with Wu-esque Chinese masks covering the wall and bare light bulbs, the stark atmosphere of the set is indelible.  Has takes on the camera to relay a tale of being fed up:
 
"They say a man only takes so much and then snaps / And they all seem shocked / When his ass pulls up and pulls out / On the room, when he’s pullin his tool back to cut / When there’s no where to move and he shoots / (rrrrat!) you’re done."
 
The beat, produced by Has-Lo, starts with a sample from a popular 80's film that belies the intensity about to come.  Hard drums and eeiry vibraphone ring out.  When asked Has-Lo states: "The song is about betrayal and how a person processes what's happening to them with that betrayal. It's loosely based on some things that happened to me, so the mood is very aggressive. I was angry! The beat is angry too. I think most of us can relate to a line or two if not the entire song."  Indeed.


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