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MP3: @Eyerone - "Unfamiliar Places" (prod. Chemist Productions)


MP3: Eyerone - "Unfamiliar Places" (prod. Chemist Productions)

Courtesy RMG.

Straight out of Bomb Beach, Va, Eyerone brings you his new single "Unfamiliar Places" off his highly anticipated EP, In Vitro. Unfamiliar Places is an ode to his musical journey thus far & where he's headed in the future. Ride with him into the "Unfamiliar Places". Look out for the release of In Vitro, coming this May 2012. Powered by Revo Media.

Download: Hulkshare: http://hu.lk/m5abqbkn89cs .
Stream: Soundcloud: http://snd.sc/H9V6o5 .

Video/MP3: Sobe Entertainment Presents Gulash


Video/MP3: Sobe Entertainment Presents Gulash

Courtesy Papa Smirf.

BRAND NEW VIDEO FROM SOBE ENTERTAINMENT ARTIST GULASH WITH THE SELF TITLED TRACK.

* http://www.mediafire.com/?143u0ddr6g8krff *

MP3: T.I. - "Love This Life"


MP3: T.I. - "Love This Life"

Courtesy M3W.

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Video: Skeezo f/ DJ Modesty - "The Sound"


Video: Skeezo f/ DJ Modesty - "The Sound"

Courtesy PR Dean.

SKEEZO "THE SOUND" FEAT. DJ MODESTY

SKEEZO 1ST SINGLE OFF HIS UPCOMING PROJECT "FACE VALUE".

SKEEZO "THE SOUND" FEAT. DJ MODESTY

Audio: Artifacts - "Easter" (prod. Khrysis) #ArtifactsBack


Audio: Artifacts - "Easter" (prod. Khrysis)

Courtesy DM360.

Legendary hip-hop group Artifacts celebrate their official resurrection with “Easter,” the groups first official retail release under the Artifacts name in over fifteen years. Produced by The Away Team’s Khrysis and featuring cuts from Dutchmaster, there is not doubt that the Artifacts are “Back to life…”. Visit Coalmine Records to be one of the first five hundred subscribers to be emailed a free download of the single, this Easter Sunday! #ArtifactsBack

Listen: "Easter" - http://soundcloud.com/diamondmedia360/artifacts-easter-prod-by .
Contest Link: http://tinyurl.com/ArtifactsEaster .

Mixtape: "Best of Stik Figa" f/ J-Live, Apollo Brown & More


Mixtape: "Best of Stik Figa" f/ J-Live, Apollo Brown & More

Courtesy Mello Music Group.

Topeka, Kansas rapper Stik Figa recently signed to Mello Music Group and has his national debut of the album that made him a local celebrity, As Himself,  coming April 17th.  The record was prodcued entirely by Strange Music in-house producer Michael "Seven" Summers.   As Himself is the first of two planned records for this year from Stik and MMG.  The second record from Stik Figa (coming this winter) is being produced entirely by Oddisee.

Despite As Himself being Stik's big national debut, the super lyrical emcee from the heartland has compiled some heavy tracks over the past few years from appearances on Apollo Brown's debut record The Reset, Oddisee's Mental Liberation, MMG's Helpless Dreamer, and numerous Miles Bonny productions, not to mention frequent collaborations with producer D/Will. So for those who are new to the newest mmg agent's game, this is a quick compilation of Stik Figa's Greatest Hits.
 
Free Mixtape: Best Of Stik Figa http://mellomusicgroup.bandcamp.com/album/best-of-stik-figa .

MP3: K.i.T "How Far You've Gone" (prod. Andre Lukiss)


MP3: K.i.T – "How Far You've Gone" (prod. Andre Lukiss)

Courtesy The Ocean State Great.

Wrapping up his 4 month Leave Of Absence series, Rhode Island native K.i.T unveils a new prideful track entitled "How Far You've Gone" produced by Andre Lukiss. Paying homage to both his hometown and up bringing, the track serves as great anthem for the up-and-comer as he spends a busy April opening up for the likes of Kid Ink, Aer, and Talib Kweli.

The Leave of Absence is a four part mixtape series hosted by Boston based blog, Chicken Donut, that will take place over the first four months of 2012. “Basically I’m on a leave of absence from college and I have been recording like crazy,” K.i.T explains. “So to document my progression over my time off from classes I will releasing a project entitled The Leave Of Absence at end of every month.” All photography has been taken by MT-Pixel and the tracks range from remixes to new original music that are sure to keep listeners on their toes as K.i.T works on the completion of two other soon to be announced projects.
 
Download “How Far You've Gone” here: http://soundcloud.com/thefakekit/k-i-t-how-far-youve-gone .

Video: Jamie Marsh - "Make It Mine"


Video: Jamie Marsh - "Make It Mine"

Courtesy Park Street PR.

Jamie Marsh is a commercial urban Hip-Hop artist from Newport, Isle of Wight. Starting life out with the J&E project, he soon sparked interest and gained underground recognition as they created and carved their own sound. After a string of live shows all over the South of England they decided to separate leaving Jamie room to work on his solo career. Here we get his brand new single "Make It Mine" which is out now on iTunes and has a superb music video to accompany it.

Video: Monkey Beezness - "Changes"


Video: Monkey Beezness - "Changes"

Courtesy DJ Junk.

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PR: Avatar the Articulate Remakes Nas' "The Message"


PR: Avatar the Articulate Remakes Nas' "The Message"

Courtesy DM360.

New York underground emcee Avatar the Articulate pays homage to the Nas classic It Was Written with a self-produced remake of the album cut "The Message,"  as featured on Avatar's forthcoming tribute album, It Was Bitten.  Despite the satirically seeming title, Avatar's motivation for this release, accompanying his reverence to Nas, is to offer a new vantage point to the time-honored original, so that others can appreciate the concepts and issues addressed in his music.

HulkShare: http://hulkshare.com/y37x1fpenie3 .
MediaFire: http://www.mediafire.com/?a73itlimed2i7jo .
SoundCloud: http://tinyurl.com/78m9ov5 .


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