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MP3: Black Bobby - "The Prince Akeem Theory"


From Black Bobby:

MP3: Black Bobby - "The Prince Akeem Theory"

Urbanites:


I'm dropping this today for FREE as an A-Side/B-Side single with The Prince Akeem Theory on the A-Side and my 6'7' Flow on the B-Side.

The Prince Akeem Theory is dedicated to the memory of my good friend from Tufts- Naeem Webster.  He died in a terrible car crash on the way home, late, Thanksgiving Eve and his body was burned beyond recognition.  Naeem was a great dude.  He loved Hip-Hop.  He wanted me to get him the Rick Ross Diamond Supply hat from Foot Soldiers.  He was also a big Kanye fan.  I wrote this song with him in mind and I think he'd appreciate it a great deal.  So, the actual "Prince Akeem Theory" is something I came up with to describe my mission.  I left a successful career in politics in Boston to be here living Hip-Hop.  I literally had a moment (in NYC) where I felt like Prince Akeem throwing away his crown for love.  I think following your dreams is more important than a pay check.  But, my theory is that by chasing my dreams I will get what I ultimately really want.

The B-Side singe is my 6'7' Flow over the Bangladesh beat that Lil Wayne used for his single.  I know a gang of rappers are on this beat already but none of them are me.  I haven't heard anyone in Miami on it.  And, I crushed it.  I wanted to pair this single with the other to further illustrate that I'm an Indie rapper, not underground.  My music is a little of both mainstream and underground.  And, I plan to keep it that way.

I'm planning a big Hip-Hop show for April 3rd.  I don't have many details yet but I can tell you that we're basically trying to throw a show with live acts in one room and Dubstep DJs in the other room.  For me, this will be one of my last performances in Miami before I head to DC.  I'm doing some time there in the late Spring networking and setting up shows.  Then, this summer I'll be on a mini-tour.  I have show invites in DC, NYC, Chicago, Boston and NJ for the Atlantic City Film Festival.  I'm thinking about opening a Kickstarter account to raise money to fund the tour.

THANKS for all of your support.  Check out the tunes and let me know!

BB
MP3: Wiz Khalifa - "G'd Up"


From M3W:

MP3: Wiz Khalifa - "G'd Up"

* http://tinyurl.com/WizKhalifaGdUp *

MP3: Paulie Rhyme & Vic Freeze - "Everything But the Burden"


From ISLH:

MP3: Paulie Rhyme & Vic Freeze - "Everything But the Burden"

The Song:

Bay Area based Browntown Wreckords is proud to announce the release of the new collaborative project between Paulie Rhyme (Less Than Zero, Public Radio) and Vic Freeze (Far From Home, Down Goes Frazier) produced by San Francisco up and comer C. Avery entitled ”The Talented Tenth Ep.” Recording over two days in San Jose, CA, these frequent collaborators and tour mates decided to start the year off with a precursor for their respective soon to be released solo projects. Inspired by the idealism of W.E.B DuBois and his essay of the same title, Rhyme and Freeze trade bars and verses on many topics on this 6 track Ep, including struggle, love, family, and overcoming in spite of. The first single, “Everything But The Burden”, a guitar-laden, rust belt influenced track is a fine example of what to expect: in your face heartfelt lyrics back by a neck-snapping beat. The Talented Tenth Ep will be released for free via www.infinityfunk.com on Martin Luther King Jr, Day (January 17, 2011).

Free Download:

Paulie Rhyme & Vic Freeze - Everything But The Burden.mp3 http://fburls.com/65-OmfnVtoh .

MP3: 2 New Exclusives From Creative Juices Music


From CJM:

MP3: 2 New Exclusives From Creative Juices Music

We have 2 new exclusive singles we are leaking out today. The first is "StoneCutters" ft IDE, Lord Lhus and Alucard. The first track is a leak from a upcoming project from IDE and Alucard. The second single is an exclusive track from NYC battle vets Team Homi; "CrossHairs" ft. Swave Sevah, PH, P-Stacks, Amzilla, QB, and Ike P. We want to thank all the DJs playing the new material from Creative Juices Music. We really appreciate the love.

* IDE, Lord Lhus and Alucard - http://tinyurl.com/Stonecutters *

* Team Homi, Swave Sevah & More - http://tinyurl.com/2d2akfy *

MP3: Brown Caesar - "4 thA Crown"


From B.C. Santotzin:

MP3: Brown Caesar - "4 thA Crown"

The Gangster & The B-Boy Vol. 2
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The Gangster & The B-Boy Vol. 3
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PDX Pop Never!
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Brown Caesar - 4 thA crown

(A Broken Homes Product)

[HIP-HOP] The greatest gift an MC can have is a recognizable voice, and Portland’s Brown Caesar (formerly Santotzin) certainly fits that bill. While his lyrical stick-and-move brings some comparisons to mind—a touch of Cypress Hill’s B-Real, a little GZA, perhaps—his voice is pretty unique: conversational, boisterous and empathetic all at once. On 4 Tha Crown, Brown Caesar uses that talent for good, coming across as that rare bully who stands up for the little guy; the introspective, thinking thug.

On “Clarity,” Brown Caesar speaks to everything from his own run-ins with the law to the street community he calls home and wanting a better life for his sisters. He raps: “Killer, drug dealer, but I’m realer/ And trying to do the right things with bigger/ Vision than most who still living in close proximity to Brokesville, population me,” before slipping back into self-preservation mode.

Even when he’s not talking about building a better community, B.C. is more elegant than most of his peers. On “Hip Hop is Hardcore,” he skitters across a throwback funk beat, painting a compelling picture of the music as a creative refuge from a darker urban reality. He explains the struggle so well on the string-fueled “Thought U Knew” that it provides a better understanding of his swag on the hard-repping, sprawling title track.

But B.C.’s finest moments come to pass when his songs’ conceits match the uniqueness of his voice. The Latin-tinged “Movement” is a smart, bittersweet epic that manages to mesh a damning indictment of U.S. capitalism with a brief salute to murdered Portland MC Blue Crush. “T.W.I.O. (Working Man Anthem)” is even more radical, and it finds B.C. outshining guest MC Killah Priest by spinning rhymes about government corruption and environmental destruction that doesn’t sit right with him. Having a voice is a gift, and Brown Caesar knows how to use his. That’s revolutionary. CASEY JARMAN Local Cut / WWeek.com

Store: http://www.reverbnation.com/store/store/artist_321078?item_type=music
MP3: Star Murphy - "Let's Do It"


From M3W:

MP3: Star Murphy - "Let's Do It"

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

MP3: Deonte f/ Mr. Pookie - "Picture Us"


From Jin Ent:

MP3: Deonte f/ Mr. Pookie - "Picture Us"

DOWNLOAD ALL VERSIONS NOW http://bit.ly/fI2Umn .

MP3: Nas - "Courthouse"


From M3W:

MP3: Nas - "Courthouse"

* http://tinyurl.com/Nas-Courthouse *

MP3: Kingpin Skinny Pimp - "Supercharged"


From Park Street PR:

MP3: Kingpin Skinny Pimp - "Supercharged"

Legendary Memphis rapper Kingpin Skinny Pimp drops his new single ‘Supercharged’ featuring Rocko taken from Trapaholics ‘Street Mix 2’ which is available now from www.skinnypimp.biz.

Download the track now…
Kingpin Skinny Pimp – Supercharged (Clean/Radio Friendly)
 
* http://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/mlkod2 *
MP3: Proe - "Owls, Motherfucker"


From Rec League:

MP3: Proe - "Owls, Motherfucker"

Happy New Year to everyone!  Hopefully everything went well for you and yours ringing in 2011 however you may have chosen to do so.  If you missed last week and QM’s Happy New Years song, maybe you can just throw it on the ipod til next year.  For now… on the the new.

Proe
is back on his music making mayhem after wrapping up his mixtape and putting some 50+ songs in the vault for the upcoming DJ MF Shalem & Proe album. Here’s some newness for you, and in case you missed Proe’s “Whatever You’re On I’ll Take 2″ mixtape from last august, go ahead and nab that now.

Proe – Owls, Motherfucker
Direct Download

http://www.divshare.com/direct/13716028-557.mp3


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