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MP3: Fabolous - "Body Count"


From M3W:

MP3: Fabolous - "Body Count"

* http://bit.ly/9dAWcQ *

DJ Smallz: 2Pac 14th Year Anniversary World Premiere


From DJ Smallz:

2Pac 14th Year Anniversary World Premiere! The Outlawz - It Ain't Over

    IN HONOR OF 2PAC'S 14TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY

    THE OUTLAWZ - IT AIN'T OVER [PRODUCED BY DRUM GANG]

    TAKEN FROM

    THE OUTLAWZ - KILLUMINATI 2K10 (HOSTED BY DJ SMALLZ)

    COMING SOON

    DOWNLOAD LINK: http://www.sendspace.com/file/fo0n58 .

MP3: John Regan - "She & H.E.R." (prod. by Needlz)


From Wil at Culture VI:

MP3: John Regan - "She & H.E.R." (prod. by Needlz)

Here's the b-side of the track I sent last week (Paint the World) off
of John's "Sorry I'm Late" album dropping Oct. 12th. It's one of three
produced by Needlz.

I'll be sending the Joell Ortiz track in about a week and the Marsha
Ambrosius feature shortly after that.

Hope all is well - lemme know if you need anything from us!!

Wil
say hi to me on twitter: @culturevi

www.soundcloud.com/culturevi/sheandher

Artist: John Regan
Title: She & H.E.R.
Producer: Needlz
Album: Sorry I'm Late
Record Label: Culture VI Records, Inc.


In case you missed any of them:

Paint the World ft. PackFM (YZ)
www.soundcloud.com/culturevi/painttheworld

Up There with You ft. Sha Stimuli, Naledge of Kidz in the Hall & Wayna (YZ)
www.soundcloud.com/culturevi/uptherewithyou

Devil's Eye ft. Ill Bill & Juganot (YZ)
www.soundcloud.com/culturevi/devilseye

Sorry I'm Late: October 12th, 2010

Sorry I'm Late (YZ)
Breath of Fresh Air (YZ)
Yesterday ft. Joell Ortiz & Meylin (YZ)
She Loves Me...Not ft. Drew Hudson (Dub B)
Nobody's Somebody ft. Nottz (88-Keys & Nottz)
All I Got to Give ft. Marsha Ambrosius (YZ)
Paint the World ft. PackFM (YZ)
She & H.E.R. (Needlz)
9:57 Interlude (YZ)
Suicide ediciuS (Needlz)
One Day in Heaven ft. Skyzoo & Jaiden (YZ)
Stars ft. Nicholas Howard (Needlz & YZ)

BONUS:
Devil's Eye ft. Ill Bill & Juganot (YZ)
Up There with You ft. Sha Stimuli, Naledge of Kidz in the Hall & Wayna (YZ)

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Wil Loesel
Culture VI Records, Inc.

CultureVI.com
youtube.com/culturevi

Video: Boog Brown - "The Essence"


From Audible Treats:

Video: Boog Brown - "The Essence"

Albert Rhymestein - NYC's New Freestyle Fanatic


Albert Rhymestein remembers his first attempt at freestyling. “I first freestyled in a McDonald's while on an 7th grade field trip. It was over a Snoop Dogg and Warren G instrumental, and I was absolutely terrible.” Since then his skills have been honed to the point where people in New York City have started to ask, who’s the new guy kicking ass in all the freestyle competitions?

Relatively new to the city having moved to Brooklyn just a year ago, Albert Rhymestein is quickly making a name for himself. He has a solo project on the way that’s being produced by Spills, a team project with BS, and, of course, you can always find him freestyling somewhere. This week I caught up with the scene’s newest rising star to find out more about his history, his music, and what makes his Fam!LL crew so ill.

Read the full interview at: http://adambernard.blogspot.com/2010/09/artist-of-week-albert-rhymestein.html

Video: Mancini - "Blowin Money Fast Remix"


From Sox:

Video: Mancini - "Blowin Money Fast Remix"

PR: Rap Vet Releases Solo Debut 15 Years in the Making


From Alan Page:

Rap Vet Releases Solo Debut 15 Years in the Making

                                    IF YOU'RE TIRED OF ONE DIMENSIONAL RAPPERS,
                                 WELCOME TO THE "NEW GOLDEN ERA" OF DIMENSIONS

After forming a group with a pre-dead prez stic.man in Tallahassee and
returning to his hometown Washington DC to form a powerhouse
underground collective known as the Infinite Loop (the first unsigned
DC hip-hop group to secure national media coverage, in the now-defunct
Blaze Magazine), Hip-hop artist Dimensions (real name: Anthony Fields)
has finally released his solo debut, a 21 track opus entitled
"Slanguage: A Brain Cell.e.bration". Exemplifying the proverb "the
last shall be first", Dimensions is set to release his solo album
after other members of the Infinite Loop have gone on to some
notoriety, including Black Indian (the first male hip-hop soloist to
ink a major label deal, years before Wale, with MCA) and Omar Retnu
(who produced R&B star Raheem Devaughn's early independent releases
and is the touring bassist/bandleader in The L's, a band that backs
Foreign Exchange (fronted by Phonte of Little Brother) on tour).

Following the dissolution of Infinite Loop, Dimensions formed a
hip-hop trio dubbed The Package with fellow former Loop members Noyeek
the Grizzly Bear and DJ/producer Theory. The group has become an
Internet sensation, garnering over 115,000 views on their Myspace page
www.myspace.com/itsthepackage and generating almost 2,000 downloads
for their digital-only release, "Double R: Remixes and Rarities" in
two months. Their debut single, "Making Waves", was promoted via a
video (directed by Peter Rosenberg of Hot 97) that has generated over
20,000 views online. "Making Waves" was also remixed by
internationally respected producer Kev Brown (who has worked with such
hip-hop stars as Busta Rhymes, De La Soul, and formerly belonged to DJ
Jazzy Jeff's production team, A Touch of Jazz).

Dimensions' buzz single, "Rep Yo Hood" explains part of the reason for
the long wait for his solo debut, namely Dimensions' status as a
working single father of four sons (all of whom attend private school
on academic scholarship thanks to his stern discipline). "Rep Yo Hood"
(sometimes subtitled Fatherhood) is a powerful ode to parental
responsibility to his fellow black men and a direct challenge to
brothers who want to engage in street activities ("repping" their
neighborhood) instead of taking care of their responsibilities at
home. This must-hear song deserves to be heard throughout the black
community and the world at large.

"Rep Yo Hood" serves as the lead-off single from Dimensions' debut
album and is attached to this message.

Dimensions' album can be downloaded in its entirety (including
original painted cover art) at
http://www.divshare.com/direct/12501531-398.zip

More information on Dimensions and The Package is available at
www.newgoldenera.com

Video: Wordplay feat. Nutty P - "Can You See Me"


From 7Thirty Online:

Video: Wordplay feat. Nutty P - "Can You See Me"

Audio: Magestik Legend - "Carbon"


From Stephanie Estes:

Check out this new banger "CARBON" from Magestik Legend with Astronote on the production.

ML is prepping to release Chapter 2 of his To Be Continued…mix series & his upcoming LP Great Escape

// Links //

http://www.asideworldwide.com/artists/astronote



Video: Riggs - "Gotta Be The Swagg"


From QuickTrackz Promo

Riggz, Born Timothy Thompson, was raised on the South-side of Chicago. His unique style of HipHop enables him to determine the message he wants his lyrics to send. His career started with the honor of opening the show for recording artist Mike Jones, and the Windy City Live Internet Show. He continued with the Leon Rogers Comedy Showcase, ASCAP Compilation CD and Future Flava for Pub Magazine. Riggz has an ongoing commitment and passion for making music. As he states, "There is nothing like creating a song...others like it and become fans..." Riggz exudes a confidence like a seasoned veteran with lyrical cadence that grabs you by the ears and poetically educates you to his ghetto philosophies. “GOTTA BE THE SWAGG” is his first single from his recently released Album “POCKET MONEY” on Famous Records.

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Download and Preview Links

Buy The "Pocket Money" Album on iTunes!


Download the Free Single! "Gotta Be The Swagg"


Preview the Single! "Gotta Be The Swagg"

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Music Video

Watch the Music Video for "Gotta Be The Swagg"on YouTube!


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