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PR: Sean Kingston & Flo Rida Concert for Cancer 1/8/2011


From BF Blasts:

PR: Sean Kingston & Flo Rida Concert for Cancer 1/8/2011

Venue: The Palace Theater
Date: Jan. 8th, 2011
Time: 7:30pm - 11:00pm
Where: 61 Atlantic Ave, Stamford, CT 06901
 
KICKING Off the New Year with the HOTTEST Show in Conneticut!! All the hitmakers you can ask for are going to be at this Concert including SEAN KINGSTON, FLO RIDA, JADAKISS, IYAZ, FAT MAN SCOOP, THE NEW BOYS and introducing the new pop sensation ANGELICA SALEM!! All Proceeds for this concert are being donated for Cancer Research. DON'T MISS A CHANCE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND ENJOY A GREAT SHOW!!
 
To Purchase tickets call the Palace Theater @ 203-325-4466 or logon to http://www.scalive.org .

MP3: Kyo Itachi - "Love Mugen"


From Digi Crates:

MP3: Kyo Itachi - "Love Mugen"

Check out the new Japan influenced release by Kyo Itachi entitled "Love Mugen". A jazz/soul odyssey for fans of Nujabes, Pete Rock, Fat Jon etc.


Enjoy.

Cory Atkins
Digi Crates Records

MP3: T-Pain f/ Jermaine Dupri - "Rap Song (So So Def Remix)"


From BF Blasts:

MP3: T-Pain f/ Jermaine Dupri - "Rap Song (So So Def Remix)"

SO SO DEF MIX http://www.mediafire.com/?v51anwkrhzmsd85 .

MP3: Koncept - "Playing Life"


From J57:

MP3: Koncept - "Playing Life"

Last submission of the year:

Koncept "Playing Life (Marink Remix)"
Produced by: Marink


Peace and blessings.

J57

 

Knoc-Turn'Al Presents: J-Beam & Knawledg "I Fux With The DJ"


From J. Melo:

Knoc-Turn'Al Presents: J-Beam & Knawledg "I Fux With The DJ"

J-Beam & Knawledg represent MathMadix Ent. with the release of "The Dropout" project being released for free download on www.mathmadix.com on January 1st 2011.

Today, we have the first single titled "I Fux With The DJ."

"The Dropout" is a remix/mash-up project. Consider it an appetizer to the numerous projects MathMadix will be dropping in 2011. Mathmadix consists of Knoc-turn'al, J-Beam, Knawledg & Ripacut.
MP3: Roccett f/ Bun B, Rick Ross - "Grindin All Night"


From BF Blasts:

MP3: Roccett f/ Bun B, Rick Ross - "Grindin All Night"

(Clean/Dirty/Instru) http://www.mediafire.com/?6z05qb6n5haainv .

RapReviews.com Updated - The Year 2010 in Review


Welcome to RapReviews.com for the week of December 28th, 2010! It's a podcast heavy week to wind down 2010 which includes The Adam B Experience (ABX) Podcast #41, Hip-Hop Shop #104 - What's New For 2011? and Subways & Sidewalks #8 f/ DJ Deja. We're also doing The Year 2010 in Review with new entries from Adam Bernard, Joe Howard, Patrick Taylor and Pete T. with more to come!

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MP3: No Swag Needed (SciFi Stu's Pro Rock REMIX)


From Domination Recordings:

MP3: No Swag Needed (SciFi Stu's Pro Rock REMIX)


No Swag Needed Feat Remarkable Mayor & John Robinson
***SciFi Stu's Prog Rock REMIX***

Free single download

OUT NOW SciFi Stu's new album "From The Heaviest Heart To The Coldest Soul"
SciFi Stu, a jazz, hip hop and soul producer from Edinburgh, UK has been a musician and promoter for around 10 years. Influenced by the 'golden era' sound, SciFi got into hip hop through a friend around 1990 and enjoyed listening to Public Enemy, EPMD, Wu Tang Clan and all those classic sounds while growing up. "From The Heaviest Heart To The Coldest Soul" sees SciFi Stu bring classic and modern elements together with a genuine love for the art of Hip Hop. The new album features Moka Only, L.I.F.E. Long, Count Bass D, John Robinson, Vast Aire, TzariZM, Dillon and much more. "From the Heaviest Heart to the Coldest Soul" is now available on CD and digital download.

Tracklisting:
1. It Works feat. D-Strong
2. Study On Us feat. Nebz Supreme & Moka Only
3. Where Ya At feat. Venomous 2000
4. Tape Pop feat. Shinobi Stalin
5. Deep Thinkers feat. L.I.F.E. Long & Elohem Star
6. The Recipe feat. Hus Tha KingPin & Nebz Supreme, Count Bass D
7. In the Air feat. Veteran Assassins
8. No Swag Needed feat. Remarkable Mayor & John Robinson
9. Never the Same feat. Spon
10. The Touch feat. Ill Poetix
11. The Reason feat. Moon Blazers
12. The Will feat. Vast Aire, 4th Place & Jonwayne
13. Tuesday feat. TzariZM & Nebz Supreme
14. Break Loose feat. Dillon

Free Download: SciFi Stu Album Sampler

"From the Heaviest Heart to the Coldest Soul" CD|Digital available at Amazon:
From the Heaviest Heart to the Coldest Soul

More SciFi Stu news
- The Wonderful World Of Carminelitta: Album Review
- Bloggerhouse.net: Producers to look for in 2011

PR: Lil B The Based God Signs to Amalgam Digital


From Tania Celestin:

PR: Lil B The Based God Signs to Amalgam Digital

December 29th, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Lil B The Based God Signs To Amalgam Digital, Preps New Albums

After a year of leveraging his social networking platforms releasing highly controversial statements from his twitter account; threatening both Kanye West and comedian Lil Duval with rape; calling himself a “pretty b*tch”; starting and ending a dispute with Joe Budden; as well as flooding his fans with wide range of his “rare” music as free downloads via Hulkshare; and utilizing YouTube to unleash a massive influx of home grown videos such as “Looks Like Jesus”, “The Pretty B**ch is Back”, “Paris Hilton”, and “Ellen Degeneres”; it should come as no surprise that the self proclaimed Based God, Lil B takes his internet social savvy and signs to the pioneering new media outfit, Amalgam Digital. The rising entertainment company comprised of a destination site, major label roster, and distribution powerhouse is most known for launching Hip Hop’s first genre specific digital store, also serving as an open platform for all independent artists. In a short period of time, the company has dominated the independent sector showcasing it’s unique brand of artist development and has become a launching pad and label home to acts such as Joe Budden, Max B, Young Riot, Curren$y, Saigon, Peedi Crakk, Dj Benzi and many more.

Now that the ink is dry, Lil B The Based God will be releasing his first official digital-only solo album “Angels Exodus” on January, 18th 2010 as a prelude to his forthcoming “Glass Face” album, both on Amalgam Digital, which will handle the marketing and worldwide distribution of these releases exclusively.

Lil B’s albums will be made exclusively in the digital-only format and available at the www.AmalgamDigital.com online store. Regarding the nature of the releases and his relationship with his new label, Lil B made the following statement:

“This is Lil B. Shout outs to Amalgam Digital, they been ahead of this for a while. We are putting out these two albums called Angels Exodus and then Glass Face. It’s  going to be historical works of art with these albums. On Angels Exodus it’s going to be real hiphop and sticking to the script. I’ll be going far outside of the boundaries and staying far away from the script too. The Glass Face album will live up to it’s name. These albums are something everyone will understand. They are the reason why I’m 10’ tall and everyone else is just 6’7’’…no diss. You know I love everybody”  – Lil B The Based God

Lil B is widely recognized for his association as 1/4th member of The Pack, a rap group that was instrumental in ushering in the Bay Area’s “Hyphy” movement and most known for their hit song “Vans”. At the age of 19, Lil B was the first rapper to author a book, titled “Taking Over” which demonstrates his positive philosophy of “anything is possible”.

With the new media revolution in full force, and the backing of the digital music space innovators Amalgam Digital, Lil B is now poised to deliver his music and message to both the long time fans as well as the first time listener. Be on the look-out for leaks and videos from these upcoming projects.

 

A Note About "The Year in Review" from the RapReviews Editor


For those who have been asking where our "Year in Review" update is, all of the editorials we have received for 2010 will be published tomorrow/December 30th no later than 5 PM Eastern, 4 Central. Thanks for your patience with this update and have a safe and Happy New Year!

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