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Video: Winstrong - "Rude Boy"

From Ballin' PR:

Video: Winstrong - "Rude Boy"

Dancehall/Hip-Hop artist Winstrong is dropping his explosive track  and video "Rude Boy" on M9 Entertainment today.  The Bay Area based by way of South American is in the studio finishing his Fall 2011 LP, Ghetto Hymns, which features Jah Dan, M1 of Dead Prez, Haiku De Tat and more.
Winstrong has been delivering his brand of “singjay” (a combination of singer and deejay) for a minute. After migrating to the US in his late teens in 94, he started recording at Conscious Sound Productions (Ursa Minor) with Benjamin Grand Depaux  and later recorded a Jazz-fusion album Noble Nature.
It was his 2008 debut album, Eye of the Storm, that propelled Winstrong, a devout Rastafarian, onto the national music scene. The single “Sounds of the Gun” (aka "Boom Boom Blah Blah") solidified his place in Reggae history. He has performed with and is featured on compilations with some of the industry’s best, from Capleton, Sizzla, Prince Malachi, Tony Rebel and Black Uhuru’s Mikal Rose to Hip-Hop artists Wu Tang Clan, Snoop Dogg, Warren G and the bay area’s own Delinquents.
Born Winston van Ewyk in 1971 in Paramaribo, Surinam, Winstrong was raised in a family of musicians. His mother was a schoolteacher who always took the time to sing falsetto around family and friends. It was her influence that encouraged Winstrong’s love of music. “My moms used to tell everyone, “Dis kid has something…watch dis…and I’d come up with songs and performances for dem…”
Armed only with his guitar and his voice, Winstrong’s music will inspire and entertain. Ghetto Hymns coming this Fall.

MP3: QM & Maclane - "Celebration"

From Routine Fly:

MP3: QM & Maclane - "Celebration"

New heat from QM & Maclane Of Rec-League, produced by Maclane!

"Wake up, Feel Shitty… Start partying… feel better music."

Video: Dorrough Music Performs "Old Skool Nikes" In Store

From Chris @ E1 Music:

Video: Dorrough Music Performs "Old Skool Nikes" In Store

PR: Biggest Reggae One-Drop Anthems on July 12th

From VP Records:

Biggest Reggae One-Drop Anthems on July 12th


(VP/GREENSLEEVES RECORDS, NEW YORK) - Globally known for featuring the top roots reggae hits that are dominating the charts worldwide, The Biggest Reggae One-Drop Anthems 2011 delivers exactly that when it hits stores on July 12, 2011 from Greensleeves Records.

Featuring reggae dynamites such as Midnite, Gentleman, Tony Rebel, Bunny Lee, Queen Ifrica, Gyptian, Busy Signal, Alborosie, I-Wayne and Romain Virgo, to name just a few of the talents featured on this hit collection, The Biggest Reggae One-Drop Anthems 2011 also showcases Vybz Kartel's first major release on a reggae melody.

With one-drop smashes like "How To Answa" by Midnite, "Changes" from Gentleman, The Green with "Alone," Gyptian on "Where You Belong" featuring the legendary Dean Fraser, Busy Signal on a remake of Beres Hammond's "Tempted To Touch," "I'm Rich In Love" from rising star Romain Virgo, and Vybz Kartel on "Spend Time Dubb'n" (which incorporates dub), The Biggest Reggae One Drop Anthems 2011 highlights Greensleeves' on-going efforts to provide authentic reggae vibes on its compilations, and bring them to the reggae massive, worldwide.
1.  How To Answa - Midnite
2.  Rasta Chant - J.O.E.
3.  Real and Clean - I-Wayne
4.  Since You Came In - Copper Cat
5.  Bleaching Shop - Esco Levi
6.  I Can't Recall - Tony Rebel
7.  I Am Rich In Love - Romain Virgo
8.  Cow Shit Splash (The Origin Of The One Drop) - Bunny Lee
9.  Put The Stereo On - Gappy Ranks
10. Where You Belong - Gyptian ft. Dean Fraser
11. Tempted To Touch - Busy Signal
12. Wha This Pon Me - Romain Virgo
13. Spend Time Dubb'n - Vybz Kartel
14. Alone - The Green
15. Changes - Gentleman
16. It Hard - Queen Ifrica
17. International Drama - Alborosie ft. Guiseppe Tarantino

MP3: Pacewon & Mr. Green - "Ever Since"

From Who Got Next:

MP3: Pacewon & Mr. Green - "Ever Since"

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Video: Illa Ghee f/ Sean Price - "Price To Be Illa"

From J-Ronin:

Video: Illa Ghee f/ Sean Price - "Price To Be Illa"

Video: Coo Coo Crazy - "I Am Many" (prod. IDE)

From Creative Juices Music:

Video: Coo Coo Crazy - "I Am Many" (prod. IDE)

Video: David Rush - "A.C. Slater"

From Dove @ Tygereye:

Video: David Rush - "A.C. Slater"

MP3: ProbCause, Neak, Mike Schpitz - "Live It Again"

From Mulatto Patriot:

MP3: ProbCause, Neak, Mike Schpitz "Live It Again" prod. Mulatto Patriot

Chicago MCs ProbCause, Neak & Mike Schpitz have teamed up with producer Mulatto Patriot to bring you a feel good summer jam "Live It Again". Best for bumpin in the whip on hot days. "Live It Again" will be available for sale through SoFlo Entertainment on 6.14.2011. Enjoy.

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Dysfunkshunal Familee f/ Agony & O.C. - "Just Keep Holding"

From Matt Diamond:

Dysfunkshunal Familee feat. Agony & O.C. - "Just Keep Holding"

The Dysfunkshunal Familee are back with their 2nd single from their acclaimed LP, Family Reunion.  The album has received tremendous love since it dropped late last year, including an honorable mention on DJ Premier's best of 2010 list.  Determined to keep their album buzz alive, the crew are pleased to bless you with "Just Keep Holding", featuring extended fam Agony & Crooklyn Dodger #2, O.C.  The track, which deals with maintaining despite the trials and tribulations of daily life, is backed by production from J.King and includes co-production credits from DJ Bazarro & DJ Wayne Ski  If you're still hibernating on the crew, wake up and support.


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