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Video: Gotham Green & Quickie Mart feat. Jes Hudak


From Dunn Deal PR:

Video: Gotham Green & Quickie Mart feat. Jes Hudak - "Dirty Filthy Liar (Remix)"

MP3: Atari Blitzkrieg - "The Maturation of Nothingness"


From Godsendant Music:

MP3: Atari Blitzkrieg - "The Maturation of Nothingness"

URB Next 1000 nominee Atari Blitzkrieg has teamed up with producer extraordinaire Daedelus to create, "The Maturation of Nothingness."

This is the first single off of Atari's currently untitled 15th EP, 100% of sales from the release will go to Cancer Research and to promote the need for regular testing.

Click here to listen to Atari Blitzkrieg - The Maturation of Nothingness (Produced by Daedelus)

More info on Atari Blitzkrieg

MP3: 2 Pistols - "Text Buddy"


From BF Blasts:

MP3: 2 Pistols - "Text Buddy"

(Clean) http://www.mediafire.com/?rnazwh68hdw2apx .
(Dirty) http://www.mediafire.com/?epb9w61396wiatw .

Video: 2 Hungry Bros & 8thW1 - "Can't Win 'Em All"


Video: 2 Hungry Bros & 8thW1 - "Can't Win 'Em All"

Can't Win 'Em All (2 Hungry Bros ft. 8thw1, P.SO & Fresh Daily) from Nicolas Heller.

Random: Mama Said Knock You Out 20th Anniversary Remix


Random: Mama Said Knock You Out 20th Anniversary Remix

wow.. has it really been 20 years since Mama Said Knock You Out?

dang I'm old...

Anyone close to me knows that I don't have any problem saying that my favorite MC and biggest inspiration is probably LL Cool J, and this was one of my favorite albums of his.

well anyway enjoy this mix.. I'm on track 3 with my brothas from down under, The Movement Fam.

Click to hear "Eat Em Up" feat. megaRan and The Movement Fam

 

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE MSKYO 20th ANNIVERSARY ALBUM for FREE! 

 

alright, that's all for now, but if you haven't watched Forever Famicom the Movie yet, check it out:

 

EPISODE 1

 

EPISODE 2 

MP3: LOOT f/ Mistah F.A.B. - "Mad World"


From BF Blasts:

MP3: LOOT f/ Mistah F.A.B. - "Mad World"

* http://lootmusic.bandcamp.com/track/mad-world-feat-mistah-f-a-b *

Video: J. Cardim f/ Sha Stimuli, Termanology - "G Like Me"


From Dice Music:

Video: J. Cardim f/ Sha Stimuli, Termanology - "G Like Me"

J. Cardim ft. G-EYEZ, Sha Stimuli, Termanology and Danny "Sky High" McClain - G LIKE ME (Directed by Raf Moses) from rafmoses.

MP3: David Banner f/ Akon & Tyrese - "Run Away"


From MW:

MP3: David Banner f/ Akon & Tyrese - "Run Away"

* http://tinyurl.com/bannerrunaway *

MP3: Quazedelic - "Reach Out"


From Audible Treats:

MP3: Quazedelic - "Reach Out"

Funky New Single Offers Glimpse Into Quazedelic's World

The Song:

"I want you to free your mind right now." This is one of Quazedelic's first lines on "Reach Out," the second track to be released off his forthcoming solo debut, Stan Sly: AnuthaWorld, and appears to be Quaze's credo both in music and in life. The song effortlessly combines his talents, highlighting his ability to blend singing and rapping along with his signature, funky production style.

The song may be, for many, the first glimpse into an all-Quazedelic track. Where his last single, featuring Snoop Dogg (Quaze was briefly signed to Snoop's Doggystyle Records in 2001 and has been collaborating with the West Coast legend ever since) wasa funk-infused hip-hop song, "Reach Out" is more straightforward in its approach. Clearly taking cues from some of Quaze's funkier idols, including George Clinton and Bootsy Collins (both of whom he has worked with, along with rappers ranging from Redman to Daz Dillinger), the cut features a propulsive bass line and shimmering keys, complimented by ethereal background vocals. "Reach Out" lives up to its name by acting as an extended hand, bringing the listener into Quazedelic's world.

Quazedelic's Stan Sly: Anuthaworld will be available October 5th via Georgia Anne Muldrow's and Declaime's SomeOthasShip Connect.

Song: http://media.audibletreats.com/Quazedelic-Reach_Out.mp3 .

Please post buy links: http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/quazedelic/id209800450 .

MP3: Trek Life - "Ready to Live"


From Audible Treats:

MP3: Trek Life - "Ready to Live"

Trek Life Pays Homage To The Past, Looks To The Future With Latest Single

The Song:

Following the official release of his sophomore LP, Everything Changed Nothing, Trek Life serves up an inspiring aftertaste with new single, "Ready to Live." A cathartic expression through rhyme, Trek uses the track, which serves as the album's first song, to pay homage to loved ones lost and the infinite future to be found. "Life is hard man/ No life is easy/ No life is exactly what you make it/ Believe me," professes the young emcee. Providing an unassuming quality to the LP, "Ready to Live" is a standout track that highlights Trek's most genuine emotions and adept word painting abilities.

The beat, produced by D.C. native Oddisee evokes a level of imagery in it's own right. Adorned with a layering of deep synthetic undertones, an acoustic piano, and penetrating drum loops the track creates an introspective soundscape for the emcee's inspired lyrical content. On the motivation behind the song Trek says, "it was inspired by the first day we took my daughter to the beach in L.A. It was one of those moments that I felt like everything was all good and seeing her experience new things made me realize that there's nothing in life that I can ever complain about. I try to focus on the good things and realize that life is what you make it."

Download "Ready to Live" here: http://media.audibletreats.com/Trek_Life-Ready_to_Live.mp3 .


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