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Video: Killer Mike on Winning His First Grammy

Video: Killer Mike on Winning His First Grammy

MP3: J. Cole - "Disgusting" (prod. J. Cole)

From RMG:

MP3: J. Cole - "Disgusting" (prod. J. Cole)

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Video: DJ Premier & Dynasty - "Epic Dynasty"

From BF Blasts:

Video: DJ Premier & Dynasty - "Epic Dynasty"

MP3 + Trailer: Bekay - "Remember"


In honor of Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), Bekay is pleased to release a moving Holocaust tribute record titled "Remember". The song is accompanied by a trailer for the video which drops next week. The record, which is produced by Dbefekt, tells a gripping story of a family torn apart during the Holocaust and the events that follow. Be sure to download and please pass this song around!


To show additional support, please tweet:
Bekay - "Remember" #YomHashoah




MP3: Rolls Royce Rizzy f/ Yung Berg - "Tiger Woods (Remix)"

From DJ Smallz:

MP3: Rolls Royce Rizzy f/ Yung Berg - "Tiger Woods (Remix)"





Video: Fred P - "Live From Foxx Trap" (Strip Club)

From Chris at E1 Music:

Video: Fred P - "Live From Foxx Trap" (Strip Club)

MP3: T-Pain - "You Copying Me"

From M3W:

MP3: T-Pain - "You Copying Me"

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PR: LMNZ Featured on Nomadic Wax Records' "Diaspora: A Global Mixtape Movement, Vol. 2"

International Hip-Hop Comes Alive: Nomadic Wax Records set to release Volume 2 of “Diaspora: A Global Mixtape Movement”

Volume 2 features talent from Africa, Europe, North America, Asia and South America. A global evolution from Tony Touch’s legendary Power Cypha: 50 MCs mixtapes series, the Diaspora Mixtape brings together over 50 international Hip-Hop artists who contribute a 16 bar verse in their native tongue, showcasing the cultural, stylistic, and linguistic diversity of each region’s respective Hip-Hop scene.

The mixtape’s run time has been doubled to 50 minutes and, in an exclusive, behind-the-scenes movie [], a 30-minute video was added. Revealing details from the conception and production of “Diaspora Mixtape” including clips of each artist in their respective environment spitting their bars from the drop.

Diaspora Mixtape Vol 2 (2011): Full Video from Nomadic Wax on Vimeo.


Visit to learn more about the project and download Volume 2 of the series.

Here’s the music video of LMNZ' contribution featuring Badkat from Florida, who he's currently also working with.

Peace and Love, LMNZ

Tracklist -
(Intro) DJ Boo – NYC
Metric Man – Trinidad-Tobago/NYC
Rafiya – Congo/Philadelphia
Hired Gun – NYC
Shokanti – Cape Verde/Boston
Alex Antonov – Italy
Amkoullel + Ramsès (Made In Africa, M.I.A.) – Mali
Outspoken – Zimbabwe
Mr. Reo – Haiti/NYC
Final Outlaw – NYC
Delaceiba – Honduras/NYC
G.O. Mantrazik – Tunisia
This Side Up – Ireland
Zero Plastica – Italy
Legijata – Macedonia
Infinite – New Jersey
Lalibella – Uganda/NYC
Senor Igor – France
Trenton – South Africa/UK
KTD – Senegal
Mohammed Yahya – Mozambique/UK
Siak De Illuminate – Argentina
Quadraphonik – Morocco
Poetes Fyziks – Gabon/Burkina Faso
Daddy Jeff – Euskadi
Entroterra Roots – Italy
Stichiz – Haiti
Baf Diguess – Burkina Faso
LMNZ – Germany

Grandmaster Chu – China/USA
Wes Chen – China
Cambio – California
Aivan – Sapmi/Norway/Malta
Seventh Mic – Burkina Faso/Canada
Monza – Mauritania
Marcianos Crew – Argentina
Yao Bobby– Togo
Njimole – Nigeria/New Jersey
Contra Las Cuerdas – Uruguay
Illard Scott – NYC
(Outro) DJ Boo – NYC

Video: Stylah - "So Sick"

From 730Promo:

Video: Stylah - "So Sick"

Video: Quite Nyce - "HMMM" (Filmed in Switzerland)

From ProTalent:

Video: Quite Nyce - "HMMM" (Filmed in Switzerland)

Quite Nyce is back with his new single HMMM off his upcoming street album entitled CRTFD that will be dropping later this month. Quite Nyce finds himself relating to the everyday 9 to 5 worker just trying to make more money to feed their families. We all can get lost in that comfort of that particular hustle and forget that life is about aspiring to constantly do better. Quite Nyce links up with FLEO a soulful producer from Switzerland , who produced HMMM. As an added bonus he was able to shoot an amazing video in Fribourg, Switzerland with the same production team THE FEPFILMS that filmed his last big single CAUTIOUS. The cinematography in this video is on a major level and competes with the best. You add that with undeniable production and lyrics with a message and that is the recipe for a big big record. Please support this record anyway you can via radio, print, social media outlets, word of mouth, etc. Again we appreciate your support and look forward to your feedback.

Quite Nyce - HMMM / VIDEO LINK
Quite Nyce - HMMM / AUDIO LINK (Dirty and Clean)

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