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Link: @IronSolomon “Get On My Level”

Link: Iron Solomon “Get On My Level”

Courtesy Matt B.

The official video for “Get On My Level,” off Iron Solomon’s debut album ‘Monster’ available now on iTunes: .

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Video: KP (of Good Biz) - "Simply Amazing" ft. The Kennedy's

Video: KP (of Good Biz) - "Simply Amazing" ft. The Kennedy's

Courtesy Heaven Noise.

KP and his Goodbiz Music Company have been making waves in the Northwest for years with a steady supply of quality music and collaborations with artists such as Bun B, X-Clan, Illmaculate, and more.  Now KP is making waves, literally, in the visuals for "Simply Amazing" ft. The Kennedy's - the first single from his debut solo album Slaps (out now).  "Simply Amazing" is a celebration of life and music in KP's world and the video, courtesy of IVLG media.

New Video: @AWAR - Dreamin'

New Video: AWAR - Dreamin'

Courtesy Melanie J. Cornish.

Official Video for "Dreamin'" from NY's break through star AWAR has him lucid dreaming of winning Grammys while singer Antonio Mclendon croons the mantra, "Work All Day, Hustle All Night" with M-Phazes star power production. This single has all the chemistry of a radio hit and the dream state imagery of the video captures the big city lights and dreams mentality.

New Audio: Blaq Poet - "E.B.K." (EveryBodyKilla)

New Audio: Blaq Poet - "E.B.K." (EveryBodyKilla)

Courtesy Matt B.

Title track from the new Blaq Poet album dropping on 9/25/2012 featuring Ruste Juxx, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Reef the Lost Cauze, Sha Stimuli, Punchline, Nutso, Ty Nitty and more!

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Touring with Killer Mike & The GZA/Still Dreamin 8

Touring with Killer Mike & The GZA/Still Dreamin 8

Courtesy Trackstar the DJ.

Welcome to another increasingly infrequent e-mail blast. I wanted to drop off my brand new soul tape before I left for tour. Oh, and tell you about tour.

Fresh off the unreal experience that was the Into the Wild Tour, tomorrow I leave for Victoria, British Columbia to play the Rifflandia festival with Killer Mike, before we start the 64 Squares tour with The GZA on Saturday in Toronto. We'll be on the road for about five weeks, ending 10/20 in Philadelpha. I'll be DJing for both Mike AND the GZA, so it will be an amazing time. (And super exhausting.) It's been a good summer for this rap fan. If we'll be in your area, come on here for dates & cities. .

Still Dreamin 8: (cover art by Tech Supreme) .

One can’t listen to Hip-Hop all the time. No matter how big a rap fan you are, you need a break here and there to balance the intensity and aggression Hip-Hop provides. As a break from the beats and rhymes, I present to you Still Dreamin 8, which continues the vibe set by volume 7 and features smooth feel-good tunes old and new from folks like Dam-Funk, HouseShoes, Electric Wire Hustle, BJ The Chicago Kid and more. If you check this smooth shit out and still end up ready to scrap, you were a lost cause to begin with.

Thanks for your support, and for taking a minute to read this. Nothing is more precious than time, I appreciate yours.



New Music From The Man With The Iron Fists Soundtrack

New Music From The Man With The Iron Fists Soundtrack

Courtesy 'Stache Media.

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Final Track Listing and Producer Credits Revealed 

Soundtrack Available October 23

Film In Theaters November 2

1. The Black Keys / RZA : The Baddest Man Alive [produced by The Black Keys and The RZA]

2. Ghostface Killah / M.O.P. / Pharoahe Monch : Black Out [produced by Fizzy Womack]

3. Kanye West : White Dress [produced by Kanye West and The RZA]

4. The Revelations feat. Tre Williams : I Forgot To Be Your Lover [produced by Bob Perry]

5. Idol Warship [Talib Kweli / RES] : Get Your Way [produced by Frank Dukes and BadBadNotGood]

6. The Wu-Tang Clan / Kool G Rap : Rivers of Blood [produced by Frank Dukes and BadBadNotGood]

7. Method Man / Freddie Gibbs / Street Life : Built For This [produced by Frank Dukes]

8. Killa Sin : The Archer [produced by Frank Dukes]

9. RZA / Flatbush Zombies : Just Blowin' In The Wind [produced by The RZA]

10. Pusha T / Raekwon / Joell Ortiz : Tick, Tock [produced by Frank Dukes and S-1]

11. Corrine Bailey Rae : Chains [produced by Steven James Brown and Corrine Bailey Rae]

12. Francis Yip : Green Is The Mountain

13. The Wu-Tang Clan : Six Directions of Boxing [produced by Frank Dukes]

14. Mable John : Your Good Thing (Is About To Come To An End) [produced by Isaac Hayes and David Porter]

15. Wiz Khalifa / Ghostface Killah / Boy Jones : I Go Hard [produced by The RZA]

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PR: Jay-Z Brings Out the Best in Up and Coming Maryland Rapper

PR: Jay-Z Brings Out the Best in Up and Coming Maryland Rapper

Courtesy Build a Buzz.

It takes confidence to use classic Jay-Z instrumentals as the backdrop to your first mixtape but that's just what Maryland-based rapper Verbiage has had the guts to do. My Life in Syntax is just as much a tribute to the iconic rapper as it is an introduction to Verbiage’s introspective journey through life’s ups and downs. Consisting of only 7 songs, Verbiage chose some of Sean Carter’s most melodic tracks to bring listeners into his world.

The 22 year old artist’s lyrics are no fabrication.  Losing his mother to cancer at 16 followed by a string of family hardships has molded Verbiage into the artist he is today. A classically trained pianist since elementary school, Verbiage came into his own as a producer first.  As a teen, making beats came just as easy as writing rhymes. Shortly after graduating from high school, Verbiage got what seemed like his big break producing for the likes of J Hood, Young Buck, Rich Boy, Ray Cash, 2 Pistols and Yukmouth. Unfortunately, after a dry spell and bills piling up, Verbiage was obligated to get a full time job spending his remaining free time working on his first self produced album. However, realizing that listeners may not be interested in yet another album from an unknown producer/rapper, Verbiage decided to use familiar Jay-Z instrumentals to compliment his heart felt lyrics. My Life in Syntax was born.

Written in just 7 days, My Life in Syntax was titled after his uncanny ability to cleverly flip words and punch lines about his personal struggles. Engineered by his partner Anom the Phenom, the project is dedicated to his mom. With artists like Kendrick Lamar, Big K.R.I.T., Kanye West, Nas, and J. Cole inspiring Verbiage to be lyrical without sacrificing substance, he's confident that listeners will connect with his message and passionate delivery.  “People are always looking for an artist with a fresh take on things,” says verbiage. “I feel like there's a greater cause here so this is the perfect medium for people to see what I'm trying to do.”  His mom would be proud. 

My Life in Syntax is currently available at To learn more, visit the website at Connect with Verbiage on Twitter at @TheVerbiage or @B3Music.

TipToe ft. 40 Glocc & Kurupt - Heart Made of Steel

TipToe ft. 40 Glocc & Kurupt - Heart Made of Steel

Courtesy Drank and Dank.

The latest leak from Tip's upcoming My Turn finds him teaming with his ZooLife General & the D.P.G. legend Kurupt.

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Video: @HitMr44 - "Hip Hop Raised Me"

Video: Mr. 44 - "Hip Hop Raised Me"

Courtesy Yo! PR.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- Midwest rap prodigy Mr. 44 closes out the summer with the official music video to his much praised and buzzed hit single, "Hip Hop Raised Me", which was nominated as "Single Of The Year" at the prestigious 2012 Underground Music Awards.

"Hip Hop Raised Me", produced by Nate Kiz, is the lead single from the Cleveland rapper's debut mixtape, "Poverty To Paradise", which is now available for download on The project caused major noise in the Hip-Hop circuit and was awarded with DatPiff's "Bronze" badge for over 25,000 downloads.

Video: Primetime Radio Interview w. @KendrickLamar

Video: Primetime Radio Interview w. Kendrick Lamar

Courtesy RMG.

J-Rod of Primetime Radio speaks with TDE's own Kendrick Lamar on his VA stop for the BET Music Matters tour. In the interview he speaks on his favorite food, finishing up his album, the new look LA Lakers, and females. Powered by Revo Media.

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