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MP3: Conflict - "I Got the Streets"


From Big Image Worldwide:

MP3: Conflict - "I Got the Streets"

* http://www.limelinx.com/files/4d2969bad1ee15fe410419255d3b0695 *

MP3: Filthy - "Do You Love Me"


From M3W:

MP3: Filthy - "Do You Love Me"

* http://www.mp3waxx.com/jobfolders/filthy/video-blast-page.html *

Video: Signif - "Lovely Imperfections"


For more free music and to follow her now go to:

Bandcamp(signif.bandcamp.com) and twitter(www. Twitter.com/signif)
Shot, edited and directed by: Darren Alexander Cole
2010

Video: Lupe Fiasco Interview With Tom & Alex


Lupe Fiasco drops into the Triple J Brekkie studios to talk about Lasers, Aliens, Modest Mouse and the Chicago Bears with Tom and Alex!


Video: Nicki Minaj (feat. Drake) - "Moment 4 Life"


Nicki Minaj (feat. Drake) - "Moment 4 Life"



 

MP3: Project Pat f/ Tatala Licious - "Use Yo Head"


From Future Star Music:

MP3: Project Pat f/ Tatala Licious - "Use Yo Head"

PRODUCED BY LEX LUGER

CLEAN VERSION http://files.me.com/trakz/jdnvka.mp3 .

DIRTY VERSION http://www.zshare.net/audio/85182223b4197f9f/ .

Free Music Friday: FMF 2 Times Edition



Actual Proof :: The Talented Tenth



[Here's some hip-hop music from the duo who's been putting it down for years, yet they're only beginning. Actual Proof's "Talented Tenth," which the title is based on a W.E.B. DuBois essay, brings back the A-B sides for the heads, one named after MLK Jr. and the other Malcolm X. If you need actual proof that you should check out Actual Proof, this is it.]

Link:
http://www.djbooth.net/index/mixtapes/entry/actual-proof-the-talented-tenth/

Game :: Purp and Patron




[Game believes that he owes us for the wait of his upcoming R.E.D. Album. So he decides to drop this Purp and Patron mixtape which is over "two disc" long, which influences this FMF title. Check out Game's mixtape so you can see what he's been up to and he hasn't lost a step in his rap at all.]

Link:
http://www.purpandpatron.com/


J.Y. :: The Slave Shift: Walking Down



[Not sure what J.V. stands for, but "Slave Shift" gives me enough nods for me to post here. This cat's already paid dues as he grinds in the slave shift and he has many producers and rappers, including Nipsey Hu$$le and Cory Gunz, co-signing his grind.]

Link:
http://www.whoisjy.com/


That's it for the "FMF 2 Times Edition" of "Free Music Fridays." If you have any free music you would like to share with the world, please e-mail me at erik@rapreviews.com. If you're an artist with your free mixtape/album shown on this page and you want to send me a link re-up, corrections, and/or questions, e-mail me at erik@rapreviews.com, as well. Thanks for reading and enjoy y'all! Two fangas, one love....

Video: Redman - "Rockin' Wit Da Best"


The latest video from Redman's "Reggie" album.


Mixtape: Mick Boogie x Chris Jones - "Creative Control"


From J. Melo:

Mixtape: Mick Boogie x Chris Jones - "Creative Control"

Mick Boogie burst onto the scene in 1996 and quickly became one of the most recognizable mixtape composers and radio DJ's in hip-hop. Having worked with Eminem, Jay-Z, Mobb Deep and more, his most storied accomplishment came in 2006 when his "The Pre-Up" mixtape was hosted by Eminem & DJ Alchemist. The world famous Rolling Stone Magazine cited the tape as one of the top five mix CD's of the year.

Known for his eye for talent, it's rare that Mick Boogie puts his brand behind a new artist. However that day has come, as he hosts the debut mixtape by an artist way of Queensbridge, New York. Chris Jones is a versatile emcee and that is evident all throughout his Mick Boogie hosted mixtape, "Creative Control" which we've made available for download below to post on your respected website or blog.

"Creative Control" Mixtape (Hosted by Mick Boogie) http://www.sendspace.com/file/kygjrt .

MP3: Blaackbottom f/ Mac Bre-Z - "For Life"


From J. Melo:

MP3: Blaackbottom f/ Mac Bre-Z - "For Life"

Blaackbottom stormed onto the scene a few weeks ago with help of Lil Wayne and Jody Breeze. With his first two singles featuring such world renowned artists, Blaackbottom quickly made his way to thousands of hip-hop websites and blogs, making him one of the most recognized new artists in the game. This week, he returns with a third leak off his "Blaack History" album dropping this March as he hooks up with Mac Bre-Z for "For Life."

"For Life" (f. Mac Bre-Z)
Blaackbottom is currently available for all press inquiries. His story is quite an interesting one, including his upbringing and why he spells his name with two "A's", military background which saw him stationed in Afghanistan during the war and his "Blaack History" album being released independently with major features and producers.

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