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MP3: Siya - "I'm Gone"

From BF Blasts:

MP3: Siya - "I'm Gone"

(Clean/Dirty/Instru) http://www.mediafire.com/?sh6yj5czvj02aa2 .

PR: Free Downloads From Bobby Creekwater & Mistah F.A.B.

From Kush @ In Grooves:

Free Downloads From Bobby Creekwater & Mistah F.A.B.

Bobby Creekwater - "Bravo feat. Kardinal Offishal"

* http://soundcloud.com/ingroovesmarketing/bobby-creekwater-bravo-feat *

Check out the free download "Bravo feat. Kardinal Offishal "from former Shady Records artist Bobby Creekwater featuring Kardinal Offishal which drops 7/12!

"Revenge" is the first official album release from former Shady Records artist Bobby Creekwater. He was featured on five tracks on "Eminem Presents the Re-Up," which went on to sell over 165,000 tracks. "Revenge" also features Killer Mike, Big KRIT, and Kardinal Offishal.

Mistah F.A.B. - "I Ain't Fuckin' Witchu"

* http://soundcloud.com/ingroovesmarketing/mistah-f-a-b-i-aint-fuckin *

Grab the new track "I Ain't Fuckin' Witchu" by Bay Area legend Mistah F.A.B.

On July 12th Bay Area rap legend returns with a 23 track album presented by DJ Scream, and featuring Lil Boosie, Jay Rock, OJ Da Juiceman, Lil Cease, Pinky, Husalah and more. FAB has released 18 albums LTD, selling over 48K albums (physical and digital) and 141K digital tracks.

Long known as one of the purveyors of the hyphy sound, Fab's first single success was "Ghost Ride It" in 2006, and since then he has been an active rapper in the West Coast and beyond.

Berklee Contest to Award Scholarship at Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival

From Liz Burg:

Berklee Emcee Contest to Award Scholarship at Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival

Berklee’s J Dilla Ensemble will perform with five up-and-coming emcees competing for a free Berkleemusic.com course during the Bodega Education Initiative on July 13

Boston, MA, July 2011  – Berklee College of Music and Berkleemusic.com, Berklee’s online extension school, are teaming up with Brooklyn Bodega, event producers of The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival (BHF). Together they are presenting a scholarship to an up-and-coming emcee in a “Freestyle Challenge” at The Festival’s Bodega Education Initiative (BEI) on Wednesday, July 13. BEI will focus on encouraging dialogue on the various disciplines of Hip-Hop by going “Beyond The Mic,” from business to law to writing to production and everything else in between. Participants will include Dr. Marcella Runell Hall of New York University, Dru Ha of Duck Down Records, and emcee Homeboy Sandman.

Brooklyn Bodega will choose five finalists from the Emcees who apply for this opportunity via Sonicbids.com HERE. The finalists will perform alongside Berklee’s J Dilla Ensemble, a 14-piece student ensemble, during the group’s performance at the close of BEI. The winning Emcee will earn free enrollment in a Berkleemusic.com course of his or her choosing.

The Bodega Education Initiative starts at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 13 at the Higgins Hall Auditorium of the Pratt Institute, 65 St. James Place, Brooklyn, NY. Following the closing remarks by Dr. Larry Simpson, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost for Berklee College of Music, The J Dilla Ensemble will perform leading directly into the Freestyle Challenge.

Berklee’s J Dilla Ensemble, returning to The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival for the second year, examines J Dilla’s repertoire in the classroom by deconstructing and performing the breadth of his iconic catalogue. The group’s director, Emcee, producer, DJ, and Berklee graduate Brian “Raydar” Ellis, developed the course to meet student demand; he organized the class by asking students what they wanted to play, demonstrating that the study of Hip-Hop has a place at a preeminent music school. Inspired by a J Dilla Ensemble performance at Berklee in 2009, J Dilla’s mother, Maureen Yancey, refocused the J Dilla Foundation’s initiative to concentrate on educating young, aspiring musicians.

About Berklee College of Music:

Berklee College of Music was founded on the revolutionary principle that the best way to prepare students for careers in music was through the study and practice of contemporary music. For over 65 years, the college has evolved constantly to reflect the state of the art music and the music business. With over a dozen performances and nonperformance majors, a diverse and talented student body representing over 80 countries, and a music industry “who’s who” of alumni, Berklee is the world’s premier learning lab for the music of today – and tomorrow. 

The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival (BHF) returns on Monday, July 11th and runs through Saturday, July, 16th. This premier week-long, all-ages event attracts over 20,000 fans to Brooklyn annually in a celebration of Hip-Hop music and culture.Brooklyn Bodega, producers of the Festival, is especially proud to announce that Hip-Hop legend Q-Tip will headline the 7th Annual Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival on Saturday, July 16th by curating "Q-Tip & Friends," a celebration of Hip-Hop through the lens of his 20+ year career.

In addition, fans can look forward to the return of the Show & Prove Super Bowl, Bodega Education Initiative, Salute The DJ, Family Day and Main Day performances; plus new programming such as Under The Influence and the Bodega Recognition Awards.

BHF '11 tickets have gone on sale to the general public online via Showclix.com

Follow @BrooklynBodega and @BKHipHopFest on Twitter

Brooklyn Bodega is a multimedia content production and branding company. Our brand extends into event production, journalism and critical media analysis, digital and grassroots marketing, radio, video, and content distribution. While The Bodega is best known for producing New York City's largest Hip-Hop event, The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival; our expertise also manifests in Brooklyn Bodega Radio, Bodega TV, our blogazine and online home BrooklynBodega.com, and most recently The Bodega Agency, our boutique marketing and branding operation.

For year-round updates, visit BrooklynBodega.com and YouTube Channel- Bodega TV.
MP3: Stoogee - "Body Language"

From Who Got Next:

MP3: Stoogee - "Body Language"

* http://tinyurl.com/Stoogee-BodyLanguage *

MP3: Maclyn Lucille - "Where You At"

From M3W:

MP3: Maclyn Lucille - "Where You At"

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

Audio: Gilles Casanova - "Bigger Tables"

From Matt @ Coalmine:

Audio: Gilles Casanova - "Bigger Tables"

Gilles Casanova - "Bigger Tables" (prod. by G-Rod) by Diamond Music Group

"Bigger Tables" is the debut single from the South Jamaica Queens rapper, Gilles Casanova.  Produced by G-Rod, "Bigger Tables" is now available for download through iTunes and all other major digital retailers, courtesy of Sour Music Group. 

SoundCloud: http://tinyurl.com/69dpgqz .

MP3: YSL - "One Time"

From Who Got Next:

MP3: YSL - "One Time"

* http://tinyurl.com/YSL-OneTime *

Wu-Tang "Meteor Hammer" Drops on July 26th, 2011

From Chris @ E1 Music:

Wu-Tang "Meteor Hammer" Drops on July 26th, 2011

(New York, NY) – Get ready for an exciting new Wu-Tang project! LEGENDARY WEAPONS will be released on July 26th, 2011 and features Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, RZA, Method Man, Capadonna, U-God and Inspectah Deck, along with AZ, M.O.P, Sean Price, Killa Sin and others. This project is Executive Produced by RZA. LEGENDARY WEAPONS’ throw-back sound is inspired by classic soul and kung fu imagery. It features raw tracks by RZA together with members of the Brooklyn, NY-based band The Revelations. Together, they provide a solid foundation for the crew’s tales of violent New York street life. The album’s first single “Only the Rugged Survive” is now available on iTunes was and features RZA, U-God, Cappadonna, and Bronze Nazareth. Check out “Meteor Hammer” featuring Ghostface Killah, Action Bronson, and Termanology below.


MP3: J RillA - "I'm Ballin (Hello Yes)"

From M3W:

MP3: J RillA - "I'm Ballin (Hello Yes)"

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

MP3: Uncle Murda - "Warning"

From Who Got Next:

MP3: Uncle Murda - "Warning"

* http://tinyurl.com/UncleMurda-Warning *

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