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Mixtape: HookUpMix Vol. 3 - All About the Wu-Tang Clan


From Mo-Beats:

Mixtape: HookUpMix Vol. 3 - All About the Wu-Tang Clan

* http://tinyurl.com/HookUp3-WuTang *

MP3: T-Pain f/ Richie Wess - "Motivated"


From BF Blasts:

MP3: T-Pain f/ Richie Wess - "Motivated"

* http://www.mediafire.com/?8zj1js30hwlf49e *

PR: DJ I-Dee - "DJ's Have Feelings Too... But Can't Rap"


From Isito Music LLC:

DJ I-Dee - "DJ's Have Feelings Too... But Can't Rap" (March 15, 2011)

Artist: DJ I-Dee
Album: DJ's Have Feelings Too... But Can't Rap
Release Date: March 15, 2011

Available on itunes, amazon.com and select record stores

Label: Isito Music

01 - 1987
02 - Part-Time MC (feat. Eli Porter)
03 - IBS
04 - Dr. Fresh
05 - I Will Not Play Your Song (feat. Wrekonize)
06 - Battle Rap (feat. Traphik aka Timothy DeLaGhetto)
07 - Off The Decks
08 - Moral Sensitivity (feat. Jean Grae & Oddisee)
09 - Suicídio
10 - Post Apocalyptic D.C. (feat. Seez Mics)
11 - Vocal Debut

"This is my 2nd album and the follow-up to my debut, Solitude (2008). This project marks my vocal debut at my attempt at rapping while trying to shed some insight into my personal life. All in comedic fashion of course. However, halfway through the album, it takes a more serious route focusing on drug addiction, thoughts of suicide, domestic violence and so on. There hasn't been a DJ album that clearly gives the listener a precise assumption of what a DJ has or hasn't gone through in their personal life both on and off the turntables. My goal is to show that we're just as complex mentally just like any other singer or rapper, the only difference is that we speak with our hands."  - DJ I-Dee

DJ I-DeeGrowing up in suburban Washington D.C., DJ I-Dee (born Isaac DeLima) began his DJ career in the mid-nineties at the tender age of 10, where I-Dee would sneak into his older brother's room and practice scratching on his turntables while he was out of the house. With nothing but school, homework and video games, time was ample for the turntable prodigy to perfect his craft. In 2002, I-Dee was ready to make his transition from the bedroom to the live stage. Little did he know, a handful of extremely prestigious victories were right around the corner...

DJ I-Dee has carved out a name for himself in the world of scratch music and is within a small handful of turntablists who have left an impeccable record on the DJ battle circuit. In 2005-06, he conquered the battle scene by winning three of its most prestigious titles--the DMC Battle for US Supremacy, Scribble Jam and Roc Raida's First Ever Gong DJ Battle --all within six months of each other and by the age of 19. With recognition accomplished, I-Dee was then able to elevate his career and perform his eclectic sets around the world in such places as England, Australia, Czech Republic, Ireland, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Brazil, Taiwan, and China.

"Miami-based Isaac DeLima, better known as DJ I-Dee, is not even old enough to drink yet, and he's already got several DJ Championship titles to his name." - Elisa Padilla, URB (May 2007)

With a battle career fulfilled and touring lifestyle engraved, I-Dee transplanted to Miami Beach, Florida and switched his focus on creating new music as a producer by using the skills he developed as a deejay. In 2008, I-Dee was already seasoned turntablist and on the heels of releasing his debut LP "Solitude" on the late Grand Master Roc Raida's Adiar Cor Records.

 "...just as b-boys are dancers, I-Dee reminds us that DJs are entertainers."  - DJ Q-Bert

Fast forward to 2011, I-Dee is back with his 2nd album of original material entitled "DJ's Have Feelings Too... But Can't Rap". With his signature playboy hat on top and flip-flops below, the future still looks bright for the 23 year-old turntable funny-man.

Critical Reviews: DJs Have Feelings Too...But Can't Rap

"This album is ridiculous, bizarre, hilarious, contemplative, dope, and always entertaining.  I-Dee had me captivated the entire time because I truly had no clue what was going to happen next.  An utterly unique listening experience." - DJ Shiftee (DMC World Champion)

"I-Dee's 'DJs Have Feelings Too... But Can't Rap' is a sonic breath of fresh air for DJs and DJ fans alike. Think of I-Dee's LP as a musical pulp fiction of stories which touch on subjects such as the passing of our fallen comrades GM Roc Raida and AM on "Off The Decks" and domestic violence, in easily my favorite song off the album, "Moral Sensitivity" featuring Jean Grae and Oddisee.  Looking for good music?  Then look no further than "DJs Have Feelings Too...But Can't Rap.'"  - DJ Rob Swift

"Easily the most immature, offensive yet thoughtful and brilliant album I have ever had the pleasure to publicize. From his exquisite creation of diarrhea noises via scratching on "IBS" to reflections on when a star DJ passes away in "Moral Sensitivity"; from offering problem solving solutions for DJs on "I Will Not Play Your Song" to glorifying the 1987 Chevy Nova, DJ I-Dee is clearly not just another DJ. In fact he's even rhyming on "Part-Time M.C." Comedy reigns supreme on some tracks while on others, the topics are deadly serious. This is the type of album Adult Swim wish they would have commissioned." - Christie Z-Pabon,  DMC USA

Contact

myspace.com/djidee
facebook.com/deejayidee
youtube.com/djidee
twitter.com/DJ_I_DEE
djidee.tumblr.com
 

MP3: Supa Blanco - "She Got Me Jockin"


From M3W:

MP3: Supa Blanco - "She Got Me Jockin"

* http://mp3waxx.com/jobfolders/supablanco/blast-page.html *

MP3: Nick Nemesis - "Fall For Your Type (Remix)"


From Nick Nemesis:

MP3: Nick Nemesis - "Fall For Your Type (Remix)"

The newest release off of Sidetracked 2 which is due to be released on January 10th.

Nick Nemesis has preformed with the likes of Lloyd Banks as well as Mac Miller and also has recorded tracks with Freck Billionaire.

Although he has not released any of the guest appearances he has stated there will be some big stars on the tape with him.

http://vimeo.com/17530520
Watch here^

http://hulkshare.com/x2yo34gcu2pr
Listen/Download Here^

Contact Me
www.myspace.com/nemesis2245
www.twitter.com/NickNemesis
www.youtube.com/nemesis2245

FACEBOOK = Nick Nemesis
PR: Elusive "District 2 District" The Remixes


From Domination Recordings:

PR: Elusive "District 2 District" The Remixes

Elusive  teams up with Domination Recordings to release the remix version of his latest production album titled “District 2 District”  featuring Planet Asia, Royce Da 5'9, Main Flow, Casual, Gift of Gab, Prince Po, El Da Sensei, Omega Red, Ricky General, Whosane, Naptron, Neb Luv, Lady G, Trenseta and Bruce Hathcock. "District 2 District" The Remixes now available for digital download at iTunes & Amazon.com.

Tracklisting:
1. Intro feat. Bruce Hathcock
2. District 2 District feat. Planet Asia and Ricky General
3. What Yall Chasing feat. Royce da 5'9, Naptron and Bruce Hathcock
4. Too Many feat. Casual
5. Whats Poppin feat. Whosane
6. To the Top feat. Main Flow and Omega Red
7. Danger feat. Trenseta
8. What It Do feat. Prince Po
9. Clapped Up feat. Naptron and C France
10. Green Berets feat. Planet Asia
11. Rhyme Games feat. Gift of Gab and Whosane
12. Gangstas feat. Killah Priest, Ras Kass and Ricky General
13. Paper Chasin feat. Neb Luv and Naptron
14. Last Bar feat. Planet Asia
15. My Swag feat. Lady G and Whosane
16. Bomb Hard feat. El da Sensei
17. On Lock feat. Main Flow and Whosane
18. Change the Game feat. Naptron and C France
19. Cold With It feat. Lady G and Trenseta

Now available at: iTunes & Amazon.com

Thanks for the support!

Peace
Domination Recordings
DominationRec.com

Video: Cella Dwellas @ Breez Evahflowin Birthday Bash


From Creative Juices Music:

Video: Cella Dwellas @ Breez Evahflowin Birthday Bash

MP3: D Chamberz - "Coney Island Warrior"


From Who Got Next:

MP3: D Chamberz - "Coney Island Warrior"

* http://tinyurl.com/ConeyIslandWarrior *

MP3: Ariez Onasis - "Living Better Now"


From Zack Einhorn:

MP3: Ariez Onasis - "Living Better Now"

* http://hulkshare.com/dnckdeebvaqz *

MP3: Mr. Brady - "Get Choze" Feat. Diamond D and Blu


From Audible Treats:

MP3: Mr. Brady - "Get Choze" Feat. Diamond D and Blu

Mr. Brady Brings Together Old School And New School With Latest From Labor Of Love

The Song:

While outside may feel like a winter wonderland, this next serving from Cali rapper Mr. Brady has a warm, laid back feel – one that harkens memories of past summer seasons – with "Get Choze," the latest single from Labor of Love, Brady's latest release on Clear Label Records. Produced by Brady, himself – Mr. Brady eschews rhyming on Labor Of Love, instead handling production duties for the entire album – the producer/rapper acquired the collaborative efforts of the legendary Diamond D and fellow west coast rapper Blu.

It was after a connection on MySpace between Brady and Diamond D that the track came to be, and with Brady's vision to bring the old school and new school together, Blu added the perfect final piece. "I wanted to bridge the gap between the O.G's like Diamond D and artists that I consider to be the future, like Blu," explains Brady. "Nobody is really doing that right now and making it sound right, so I wanted to do something different, something that I thought would sound right."

Download Mr Brady's Get Choze Feat Diamond D and Blu: http://media.audibletreats.com/Mr_Brady-Get_Choze_Ft_Diamond_D_And_Blu.mp3 .

The Background:

Hailing from San Diego, California, Mr. Brady is not new to the hip-hop game. Mr. Brady has worked with artists like Diamond D (producer of The Fugess and Mos Def), Killah Preist, Guilty Simpson, Blu, Evidence and more. He has toured around the globe including extended trips through Europe, Canada and the USA performing with such legends as Common, The Roots, Slum Village and Souls Of Mischief. After promoting himself and seeing his buzz-factor increase, Mr. Brady established the label Battle Axe Records in 1999. In 2003, Mr. Brady teamed up with the powerhouse group Deep Rooted, who signed to Clear Label Records. His latest solo album, Labor Of Love is available now.


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