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MP3: Mixo - "Food For Thought"

From Wanja Large:

MP3: Mixo - "Food For Thought"

Artist: Mixo
Location: Detroit
Genre: Hip Hop, Rap
Song: Food for Thought

off the Mixtape: Truth be told / Chapter 1 - 3

Beat by Oddisee

Online Stream & Download: .
Alternative Download link: .

About the song:

Stereo Boyz member Mixo releases the first song "Food for thought" off his "Truth be told" 3-Chapter mixtape series, which is his first solo project since the group has formed and will entirely be released through-out July 2011.
Flowing over a beat borrowed by the magnificent Oddisee, the song holds, as the title says, food for thought! .

Video: Count3rCu1ture f/ Mega Ran - "A Random Episode"

From Random a/k/a Mega Ran:

Video: Count3rCu1ture f/ Mega Ran - "A Random Episode"

Video: Sir Tomz f/ Nih Illi - "The Struggle"

From Park Street PR:

Video: Sir Tomz f/ Nih Illi - "The Struggle" (Three Six Mafia - Late Nite Tip Remix)

Video: Wise Intelligent - "UndergroundSpiritualGame"

From Intelligent Muzik:

Video: Wise Intelligent - "UndergroundSpiritualGame"

MP3: Common f/ Nas - "Ghetto Dreams"

From M3W:

MP3: Common f/ Nas - "Ghetto Dreams"

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PR: Senor Kaos & Phife Dawg - "That Ain't Gone Ride (Remix)"

From Kaos Effect:

PR: Senor Kaos, Phife Dawg, Punchline, 4-Ize - "That Ain't Gone Ride (Remix)"

The 4th Of July is a celebration of independence. Being independent means "Doing For Self" being your own boss, making things happen for yourself, calling the shots, as well as handling your business. That's the exact case for emcee's Señor Kaos, 4-Ize, and Punchline who all three have been releasing music independently for the past decade. As talented emcees and business men sometimes you have to put your foot down and say: "That Ain't Gone Ride!"

Three of the best independent emcees have teamed up with Phife Dawg of legendary A Tribe Called Quest to let everybody know it's time to come correct. No more "Bitchassness" - That Ain't Gone Ride!

Señor Kaos, 4-IZE, Punchline, & Phife Dawg (ATCQ)

"That Ain't Gone Ride" REMIX

Produced By DJ Rasta Root

Download: Señor Kaos, 4-Ize, Punchline, & Phife - "That Ain't Gone Ride"
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MP3: Lloyd Banks - "Check Me Out"

From Rap Star Promo:

MP3: Lloyd Banks - "Check Me Out"


MP3: Sean Price - "Let Me Tell You (Instrumental)"

From J-Ronin:

MP3: Sean Price - "Let Me Tell You (Instrumental)"

'Raw and Uncut' is the first in a series of instrumental compilations, containing 20 fresh previously unreleased instrumentals versions to tracks he produced for the likes of Tony Yayo, Havoc (of Mobb Deep), Sean Price, Agallah, Jaz O,  Lil Eto, Sav Killz and plenty more.
The release is available from iTunes, Amazon, Bandcamp and relevant digital retailers, physical CDs are also available from selected retailers.
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MP3: Smif N Wessun - "2 Minutes NY Banger" (prod. Ceasar & PStarr)

From Chris @ E1 Music:

MP3: Smif N Wessun - "2 Minutes NY Banger" (prod. Ceasar & PStarr)

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Glasses Malone & Cash Money Partner With Suburban Noize

From James @ Kerosene:

Glasses Malone & Cash Money Partner With Suburban Noize Records To Release 'Beach Cruiser' Album On August 30th, 2011

Glasses Malone & legendary record label Cash Money Records have announced a partnership with Suburban Noize Records to release his heavily anticipated debut album "Beach Cruiser" through the label on August 30th, 2011. Cash Money Records CEO Birdman & Suburban Noize Records have created a special avenue for Glasses Malone to deliver his honest, raw and gritty gangsta music to the public. “Beach Cruiser" will feature the single 'Dope' produced by Tha Bizness (who produced Lil Wayne's 'Every Girl' and Jeezy's 'President is Black'), and be executive produced by Birdman, Slim and Mack 10.
"This is one of the best case scenarios for me to release my album, as I still have my major support, but without the pressure of a major label to produce a radio single. Cash Money and Suburban Noize have given me full creative control over every aspect of this album's release, so I can keep it 117% gangsta for the fans," commented Glasses Malone. "This is heaven and the DJ is playing nothing but 'Beach Cruiser' all day, every day! Get ready to cop that album on August 30th, 2011 baby!"
Glasses Malone (aka G.Malone) has spent the last several years overtaking both the West Coast and national music scene with high profile collaborations with industry heavyweights like Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg, and Akon. Glasses Malone’s debut album, "Beach Cruiser" has been subject to numerous delays, but Glasses’ unwavering persistence has kept him on the grind and performing on back to back sold-out tours alongside Tech N9ne, Slaughterhouse and E-40.

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