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MP3: Diddy-Dirty Money f/ Lil Wayne - "Strobe Lights"


From DMN:

MP3: Diddy-Dirty Money f/ Lil Wayne - "Strobe Lights"

* http://tinyurl.com/Diddy-StrobeLights *

Video: Scheme - Same Rebel, New Cause


From Scheme:

Video: Scheme - Same Rebel, New Cause

Scheme - Same Rebel, New Cause from Aykid Shots.

MP3: I-20 - "The Eulogy"


From J. Melo:

MP3: I-20 - "The Eulogy"

I-20 of DTP returns yet again today with a new leak. Dropping songs once a week, this time we have "The Eulogy" produced by Dirty Dunnz. A video has been completed to this song and will debut shortly.

"The Gray Area" mixtape hosted by DJ Bobby Black coming soon.

"The Eulogy"

 

Free EP: IMAKEMADBEATS - Daylight EP


From Audible Treats:

Free EP: IMAKEMADBEATS - Daylight EP

Producer IMAKEMADBEATS Releases Free EP As Part One Of Dual-EP Concept Album

The EP:

Producer IMAKEMADBEATS, who calls both Memphis and Orlando home, is proud to release the free EP Daylight as the first half of his dual-EP concept album Daylight/Nightlight. Daylight/Nightlight takes a deep and honest look at the duality of life, manifested through the stories delivered by collaborators Butta Verses (the man behind Daylight’s lyrical duties who’s best known for his previous collaborative work with De La Soul), and Midaz The Beast, the voice of Nightlight. While the two EPs are being released separately in a radio edited digital format, IMAKEMADBEATS and Doxside Music Group will later release both for sale together in an unedited physical format.

Daylight finds Butta Verses introspectively assessing his life while addressing the positive changes he knows he must make. No stranger to life’s temptations, the Ft. Lauderdale-based emcee is aided by an emotionally charged, soulful IMAKEMADBEATS soundtrack, featuring piano, organ, and guest vocals that figuratively (and sometimes literally) take listeners to church. Songs like “Join Me” and “Awake” explore a more vibrant and upbeat sound, echoing the daylight theme. Later in the EP, slower, more introspective songs like “Hopeless” and “How is Your Soul” fade to darker colors as they approach Nightlight.

Following the dual-EP, IMAKEMADBEATS will drop his self-titled solo debut, featuring Black Milk, Von Pea of Tanya Morgan, Butta Verses, Hezekiah, and more on Doxside Music Group.

Download Daylight EP here: http://doxside.bandcamp.com/album/the-daylight-ep .

MP3: Dutch Tha Kid - "Space Man"


From BF Blasts:

MP3: Dutch Tha Kid - "Space Man"

* http://www.mediafire.com/?l69na2wsvqzy9ec *

Tha O Show Episode 196 w/ Maestro Fresh Wes



Canadian hip-hop legend Maestro Fresh Wes appears on a brand new episode of Tha O Show you won't want to miss! The running time is approximately three hours. If you would prefer to download the podcast it's available HERE (right click to save) or on iTunes (keyword: angrymarks).

Video: Yonas - "I Could"


From RBC Records:

Video: Yonas - "I Could"

MP3: JRandall - "Santa Gimme"


From BF Blasts:

MP3: JRandall - "Santa Gimme"

* http://www.mediafire.com/?19199hbjxpsa1pg *

Free EP: Stik Figa & Oddisee - From The Top EP


From Audible Treats:

Free EP: Stik Figa & Oddisee - From The Top EP

Stik Figa And Oddisee Continue To Collaborate, Release Five-Track Free EP

The EP:

Riding the success of "From The Top," the first single from the Mello Music Group compilation, Helpless Dreamer, and his mini-documentary released earlier this week, Stik Figa is treating fans with the release of the Oddisee produced From The Top, a brand new five-track EP - for free.

The EP starts out with the groovy, funk filled "Hot Mess," with Stik jumping right in the mix, spitting confident barbs while detailing his own dedication to the game as he raps, "I guess you asleep I was busy writing songs/ Turn the mic on, lay a vocal like a pipe bomb." Aside from the brags and boasts, Stik keeps it personal throughout the EP. "This is me, and this is where I'm from, love it or leave it," says Stik Figa. "I'm coming as I am, and this is the music that accompanies that feeling." The Topeka, Kansas rapper addresses funny money issues on "Bucket," while touching on the struggles of life in his hometown on "Running Away." "Topeka is a mid-sized blue-collar conservative city in the mid-west, so as a young black man, my childhood could at times best be described as awkward and isolated," says Stik.

Matching Stik's stylings step for step, Oddisee continues to show off his wide ranging production abilities, utilizing dusty drums and string, horn, and guitar chops throughout to create a multitude of mood-altering backdrop for Stik's musings. "The production Oddisee provides makes these moments fully realized moments," says Stik. "I'm excited for people to hear it, it's somewhat of a coming out party."

Stik Figa and Oddisee will also be releasing their own currently untitled album together in 2011. Stick Figa is also working with long time collaborator D/Will to release their album together titled, Crown & Coke.

Download From The Top here: http://oddisee.bandcamp.com/album/from-the-top-ep .

Video: Soul Khan on MTV Sucker Free - Part 2


From J57:

Video: Soul Khan on MTV Sucker Free - Part 2

 


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