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MP3: Allie Baby f/ 8Ball - "How I Move" (prod. Drumma Boy)

MP3: Allie Baby f/ 8Ball - "How I Move" (prod. Drumma Boy)

Courtesy of DJ Smallz.




Video: Chrome - "Wake Up" (Official Video)

Video: Chrome - "Wake Up" (Official Video)

Courtesy of 730Promo.

WAKE UP is the new single by London based singer/songwriter CHROME. Best known for his vocal contributions to two UK number 1 records with Dizzee Rascal (Holiday and Dance Wiv Me) Chrome sets out on his own with this genre blurring smash.

Produced by LP and JC (Devlin, Aggro Santos, Pixie Lott, StreetDance 3D) the track draws on the roots of both producers – JC started producing Drum n Bass records when he was 12 and by 14 was working with the legendary MCs Det and Skibadee whilst LP is a classically trained musician/composer turned urban and pop producer. Between them they have crafted an uplifting and energetic track beautifully complimented by Chrome's thoughtful melodic prose and infectious chorus. It's a feel-good conscious record with club sensibilities sure to be setting the airwaves and dance floors alight this summer.

Tyrone Emmanuel Paul, best known as CHROME, is a young free spirit who has turned his energies to singing and song writing in the last few years. Recently described by one record label exec as an edgier Taio Cruz with the vocal presence of John Legend, Chrome has collaborated with Dizzee Rascal on his first and third UK number 1 records and helped him become the pop megastar he is today.

Alongside the original is a killer remix package that includes a DnB remix by Digital Soundboy's Benny Page, a Dubstep mix by hotly tipped up-and-comers Stinkahbell and a Moombahton mix by Girls Music's (Toddla T's record label) David Heartbreak.

Follow Chrome on Twitter @IAmChrome

MP3: Dorrough Music f/ Travis Porter - "Bad to the Bone"

MP3: Dorrough Music f/ Travis Porter - "Bad to the Bone"

Courtesy of Dove @ Tygereye.

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Here is Dorrough Music's new street single "Bad to the Bone" ft. Travis Porter, produced by FKI and DJ Spinz! 
Dorrough is preparing for the September 27, 2011 release of Gangsta Grillz: Silent Assassin, hosted by DJ Drama, via NGenius and E1 Entertainment


Dorrough Music will also be heading out on a 10-city tour this Fall as the Brand Ambassador for Espada Tequila!

Click to connect with Dorrough Music on Facebook and Twitter!
Mixtape: Snow Tha Product Unorthodox (Hosted by DJ Whoo Kid)

Mixtape: Snow Tha Product Unorthodox (Hosted by DJ Whoo Kid)

From Dove @ Tygereye.

Snow Tha Product
Unorthodox 0.5
Hosted by DJ Whoo Kid
Mixed by Rapid Ric
Here is Snow Tha Product's Unorthodox 0.5, hosted by internationally renowned personality DJ Whoo Kid! This is the prelude to her full-length all-original mixtape Unorthodox, which will be available on iTunes August 30, 2011 via Snow's own Product Entertainment and Street Science Entertainment.
Filled with production from the likes of SuperStar O (Jim Jones, Waka Flocka, Wiz Khalifa), Florida beatmaker RedHook Noodles, Hannibal Hector of California duo The Nominees, Texas multi-talent Essay PotnaKeise on da Track (Lil Boosie) and more, Unorthodox is laced with Snow's electrifyingly aggressive verbal acrobatics. She's a beauty and a beast - looks and lyrical skills on the microphone, respectively.
Born to illegal immigrants, Snow tha Product grew up in San Jose, California, and currently resides in Ft. Worth, Texas. In just two years, Snow became an underground phenomenon and instant YouTube sensation. 

With no formal promotion, Snow's video for "Drunk Love" is over 614k hits on YouTube, and is in full power play on the national Mun2 network's 18 & Over. Her thematic "Woke Wednesday" is nearing a quarter million views, and her latest viral videos "Beast Mode" and "Holy Sh*t" have caused quite a stir this Summer, racking up over 147k and 149k views respectively thus far.

For more insight, CLICK HERE to check out Snow Tha Product's new interview with!

Unorthodox 0.5 tracklist

01. Might Make It - prod. by Omeguh
02. Unorthodox - prod. by Redhook Noodles
03. I'm All That - prod. by Pumba
04. Woke Wednesday - prod. by SuperStar O
05. Good Girls - prod. by Essay Potna
06. Like That - prod. by Pumba
07. Holy S*** - prod. by Hannibal Hector of The Nominees
08. Vaquero - prod. by Pumba
09. Drunk Love (Rmx) - prod. by Pumba
10. Bet You Won't - prod. by AR Beats
11. Maria Felix - prod. by Pumba
12. Beast Mode - prod. by Hannibal Hector of The Nominess
13. High Def - prod. by Keise on da Track
14. Telemundo - prod. by Snow
15. Hey Girl - prod. by Smoke Beatz
16. Till Death - prod. by Essay Potna
17. Starry Eyed - prod. by Redhook Noodles

Click to follow Snow Tha Product on Facebook and Twitter!
PR: Macklemore & Ryan Release New Single, "Can't Hold Us"

PR: Macklemore & Ryan Release New Single, "Can't Hold Us"

Courtesy of Kabeer @ Girlie Action.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis just may have a hit on their hands.

Fresh off the release of the stunning music video for "WINGS", Macklemore & producer Ryan Lewis are back with an energetic new single titled "Can't Hold Us". Already a live hallmark for the duo, "Can't Hold Us" features hard-driving kicks, a quick flow, and larger than life instrumentation. Urgent lyrics meld with driving percussion and anthemic horns, creating a raucous summer-time anthem. The song is perfectly timed with the duo hitting the summer festival circuit, including Outside Lands, Rock the Bells, Bumbershoot, and MusicFest NW.

Macklemore, whose recent work has highlighted story telling, takes "Can't Hold Us" in a different direction, with the focus shifted to mood and delivery. While showcasing his diversity as an MC, Macklemore dives in and out of topics, from his thoughts on record labels, to his suit game, which he says rivals that of Bob Barker's.

"Can I kick it, thank you, I'm so damn grateful/I grew up really wanting gold fronts, but that's what you get when Wu-Tang raised you"

"Can't Hold Us" also marks the debut of Seattle vocalist Ray Dalton, whose silky vocals can be found on the songs chorus. Dalton, whose background is in gospel choir, recently performed the song with Macklemore & Lewis on both NPR and KEXP.

"Can't Hold Us" is available here on iTunes - .

Video: Pinky f/ Crystal Lucas - "Backbone" (Mini-Movie)

Video: Pinky f/ Crystal Lucas - "Backbone" (Mini-Movie)

Courtesy of DJ Vlad.

Video: Ghetto the Plug f/ I-20, Jackie-O - "Anything"

Video: Ghetto the Plug f/ I-20, Jackie-O, The Joker - "Anything"

Courtesy of J Melo.

PR: Throwing Knives - Kung-Fu and Hip Hop

PR: Throwing Knives - Kung-Fu and Hip Hop

From Tony @ DTR45.

Deuce Ellis, one of indie hip hop’s hottest young artists, has been criss-crossing the nation on tour for the greater part of the last 2 years. Despite the rigorous performance schedule, Deuce continues to find time to write and record for an upcoming project; of which he is remaining mostly silent on any details. The first leak – and corresponding video from this ninja-like stealth project is appropriately entitled “Throwing Knives”. The song features a classic hip hop vibe, sultry blues guitar riffs, and a pounding drum beat, courtesy of Minneapolis producer, Karl Folk, whom Deuce met on tour earlier this year.

“Throwing Knives was actually crafted while I was on the road, it saw about 12 different states. I really just wanted to do a track displaying my skills as an MC & song structuring.”, says Ellis, who heads back out on the Def On Arrival Tour in September, playing tour dates in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin.

Watch Throwing Knives on YouTube @ .

The Video for Throwing Knives incorporates classic Kung Fu footage, courtesy of Shut Down Media Group, juxtaposed against “Throwing Knives” infectious groove, and fit perfectly into Deuce’s lyrical narrative. “My homies would always cop the latest mixtapes, blaze trees & watch Kung Fu flicks with the volume down. They have the rawest collection of Kung Fu flicks I've ever seen. So Sick Savage (of SDMG) sat with the track for like a week just trying to get the feel, then he went and found the prefect scenes to piece together and create a unique audio-visual experience.”

Deuce Ellis is a young up and coming hip hop artist from Buffalo, NY. His debut, Head In The Clouds, peaked at #3 on iTunes Top 100 new releases and #4 on College radio charts; and spawned the rock-heavy metal mashup project, Led In The Clouds. He has toured extensively since its release, opening for the likes of Aloe Blacc, Mac Miller, Das EFX and Lil Flip. More information, free downloads and Deuce’s current tour schedule can be found online at .

MP3: Bali f/ Kevin Cossom - "Mary Jane" (prod. The Runners)

MP3: Bali f/ Kevin Cossom - "Mary Jane" (prod. The Runners)

Courtesy of Jessie Maguire.

I am excited to bring to you new music from Runners Music Group artist, Bali. This record, "Mary Jane",  is one of the most incredible songs I have ever heard. The hook, the beat, the verses - they are all on point. Don't just listen to this record, but LISTEN TO THIS RECORD!!! For more information on Bali follow him on twitter.

Bali ft. Kevin Cossom - Mary Jane  (prod by The Runners) DIRTY
Bali ft. Kevin Cossom - Mary Jane (prod by The Runners) CLEAN

Video: Murs - "Love & Rockets Pt. 1" New Album 10/11

Video: Murs - "Love & Rockets Pt. 1" New Album 10/11

Courtesy of Dunn Deal PR.

DD172/BluRoc presents the first look behind the scenes at the recording of his new album Love & Rockets, Volume 1: The Transformation, dropping October 11. The album was recorded at Camp BluRoc, the upstate New York mansion owned by DD172 head Dame Dash, seen here with L&R Vol. 1 producer Ski Beatz as well as fellow labelmates Da$h and Sean O'Connell, all appearing on the upcoming Hip Hop & Love Tour, also featuring Tabi Bonney and McKenzie Eddy. The tour kicks runs from September 27 to November 26. Visit for tour dates and more. 

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