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Alchemist iTunes App to Take Us BEYOND Ringtones


E1 Music and Moderati Bring Fan Re mixing to the iPhone: Introducing "Romplr", a Groundbreaking Interactive Music Application Featuring Hip Hop Superproducer The Alchemist, Available Now on the iPhone

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Romplr propels music beyond ringtones with remixing as fans make it personal

(SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.) – Bellrock Media's U.S. subsidiary, Moderati, today announced the next generation of digital music with "Romplr", a patent-pending interactive music platform debuting with legendary hip hop superproducer/Eminem DJ, The Alchemist.  The Alchemist’s “Chemical Warfare” Romplr, named after his new album of the same name, allows people to create their own mixes from three hits on the album --"Lose Your Life (featuring Snoop Dogg, Jadakiss & Pusha T of The Clipse)", "That’ll Work (featuring Three 6 Mafia & Juvenile)" and "On Sight". Using the key elements of the songs, Romplr makes it easy for fans to become a “producer” and create their own unique versions and share them with their friends.

Consumers have proved that they want their media to be interactive – the rise of social media, video gaming and interactive TV have paved the way but, until now, music has not been an interactive experience for consumers. With Romplr, fans can now connect to artists' music in a whole new personal way by creating their own versions of a song and being part of the creative process. In addition to the core song elements, the Alchemist Chemical Warfare Romplr will feature seven additional samples, offering fans the tools to really connect with the music and personalize Alchemists’ tracks. Fans can then record and share their mixes through Facebook Connect, through email or on Romplr.com , the online interactive music companion site.

"E1 Music is intensely focused on developing and promoting digital and mobile fan engagement opportunities for our artists," stated Bill Crowley, E1’s VP / Digital + Mobile.  " The Alchemist has a huge following, both online and among both professional and aspiring producers and DJ’s, and has scored hundreds of thousands of Youtube views for his in-the-studio and beatmaking videos.  Alchemist’s Chemical Warfare Romplr application is a fantastic way for Alchemist’s fans to participate in his music-making.  Moderati has been a huge contributor to E1’s past successes in the mobile market, and we look forward to developing future apps for our other artists"

Romplr is the latest in a series of Romplr branded music applications to be produced by Moderati. Also launching today is Romplr Dance, which contains three original dance tracks that can be remixed by fans. Romplr will also be extended to other mobile platforms such Blackberry, Android, Java, Ovi and other popular mobile storefronts.

As one of America's largest mobile content agencies, Moderati has recently cemented its position as a leading creator of compelling Smartphone experiences. The company's Virtual Zippo Lighter iPhone application has reached over four million downloads and is ranked #18 on Comscore's all-time highest iPhone application downloads list. With the launch of the Romplr application, Moderati is turning their attention back to music by offering a fun and engaging platform for both fans and artists.

“We are thrilled to be working with another top artist to help them interact in a fresh way with their fanbase through Romplr.” said Jon Vlassopulos, CEO of Moderati. "People love getting closer to their favourite music and The Alchemist Romplr gives them that access pass.”

The Alchemist “Chemical Warfare” Romplr is now available on iTunes for $2.99. To learn more, visit: www.romplr.com . Future artists and Smartphone applications will be announced soon. Follow @Moderati via Twitter to stay in the mix.

About The Alchemist

Alchemist is still doing what he has always done for the hip-hop scene--transmitting sounds into emotions, samples into moments, beats into classics in a way that has established his name as one of the most revered producers in hip-hop. As a much sought-after producer, The Alchemist has produced tracks for Mobb Deep, Fat Joe, Eminem, Prodigy, Freddy Fox and Capone-N-Noreaga, NAS, Snoop Dogg, Ludacris, Ghostface Killah, Big Daddy Kane and countless others. The Alchemist serves as Eminem’s in-house DJ and also Executive Produced the 2006 Shady Records platinum selling release “The Re-Up.” Alchemist’s “Chemical Warfare” album, released by E1 Music earlier this month, charted top 5 on iTunes. For more information check out Alchemist’s all new blog and homepage at AlchemistBeats.com ; Be sure to stop by for exclusive new video updates from the road and in the studio on his Kyte.tv channel, accessible through AlchemistBeats.com.

About E1 Entertainment

E1 Entertainment (AIM: ETO) is a leading independent entertainment content owner that acquires film, television and music rights and exploits these rights in all media in more than 190 countries.  

The company currently operates in Canada, the U.S., the UK, Holland and Belgium through its four primary businesses units: E1 Television, E1 Films, E1 Music and E1 Distribution.  These businesses collectively represent E1’s extensive expertise in film distribution, television and music production/distribution, Kids content, Licensing and Distribution.

E1’s content library includes more than 3,700 feature films, 2,700 hours of original television programming and 15,000 music tracks

About Moderati, a Bellrock Media Company

Moderati is a digital content agency that helps media companies and consumer brands connect with their consumers through the creation of engaging entertainment experiences. The company delivers the best digital content to consumers when, where and how they want it, with a mission to engage and entertain through creativity, technology and humor. Moderati has deep roots in mobile content and entertainment, and has been a trusted partner of top-tier wireless carriers and major media companies since 2001, having delivered over 100M individual content downloads. The company is a subsidiary of Japan's leading branded entertainment production company, Bellrock Media, backed by Yoshimoto Kogyo, the largest pure play media company in Japan with interests in TV, talent representation, film, music, physical venues and consumer products. Moderati is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.
Hip-Hop Videos - Joell Ortiz, Zion I, Scratch, Kero One


Last Thursday we brought back new hip-hop videos on the RapReviews newsfeed! This week we're doing it again a day earlier, starting with this Joell Ortiz video.

Next up is the official music video for Zion I's "Coastin'."

The Soul Assassins (well mainly DJ Muggs) are back with Cynic in this new video for "World We're In."

In this video shot by Gold Dust Media in Africa, Scratch shows his talents and shares the spotlight with De La Soul.

Last but not least we've got the official Kero One video for "Keep Pushin." Thanks for watching!

Swazy Styles - Sounds Like Money (Single)


Review by Steve 'Flash' Juon

Artist: Swazy Styles
Title: Sounds Like Money
Label: Block Starz Music

An example of Autotune gone horribly wrong, the chorus to Swazy Styles "Sounds Like Money" is an instant turnoff. "Well if it look like money, sound like money/Smell like money then it must be money, hey-eyyy-eyy-eyy!" No-ohh-ohh-ohh. Styles sounds like a Floridian version of DMX, trying to use his raspy voice to bark, growl and sing over a Mike Beats track, and if I was Mike I would take it back from him. The off-key chorus, terrible abuse of Autotune throughout and horrifyingly vapid sentiments of the song were so nauseating I trashed the file in iTunes before even getting through the song a second time. Avoid this one like you would swine flu. In fact wear a mask if someone you know plays it so you don't catch whatever stupidity they've got that made them think this even qualifies as a song.

Punchlyne & Fokis f/ Steele - Enemies of the State (Single)


Review by Steve 'Flash' Juon

Artist: Punchlyne & Fokis f/ Steele
Title: Enemies of the State
Label: Ekek Promotions

A little digging online revealed that this Jaisu produced track is featured on three different versions of "The Appetizer," released on three different hip-hop blogs. No love for RapReviews.com huh? We're not hating because of that - in fact this is my favorite of all four singles covered in this week's update. Jaisu's beat works for multiple reasons - it snaps and crackles like dusty old records, it has a good piano style backdrop punctuated by symphonic breaks, and the triumvirate of rappers on it are busting straight up New York underground hardcore rhymes. "General Steele, modern day Bobby Seale/Huey Newton we shootin impeccable rhyme skills/All black like Navy Seals, strapped ready to ill." Now I know you can dig that, so go get this track then find one of the three versions of "The Appetizer" that came out for free - I'm gonna recommend 2DopeBoyz because they're down with Okayplayer.

F.T. (Fuc That) - Gangsta or Not (Single)


Review by Steve 'Flash' Juon

Artist: F.T. (Fuc That)
Title: Gangsta or Not
Label: F.T.

"The Edward Scissorhands of rap, hand me the gat/You about to catch a handicap." F.T. (Fuc That) has long been known as one of the grimiest rappers to bang out of Brooklyn, as mean as Bumpy Knuckles and as loud as M.O.P. if not louder. The sheer lyrical violence of the track is entertaining, as well as his NOT thinly veiled chorus with the bravado "gangsta or not, I'ma stop and drop enemies." The only problem with this song is the monotonous Musicman backdrop, as it seems F.T.'s producer only knew two chords on his Yamaha or Casio, and decided to jump and back forth between them hoping F.T. could carry it anyway. Well he can, but as the man's name says, FUC THAT. Next time do your joint with Just Blaze or someone else who can make it fire.

Fat Joe f/ Pleasure P - Aloha (Single)


Review by Steve 'Flash' Juon

Artist: Fat Joe f/ Pleasure P
Title: Aloha
Label: Imperial Records

Don't get me wrong - when it comes to swagger Fat Joe's got as much if not MORE right to walk it and talk it than most rappers who use the phrase today. All that being said, his lines still come across as cornball here. "Touched a couple plots, got the dough and skate off/And just like Bernie, me and my baby Madoff." Ouch. Pleasure P's chorus is equally corny: "They say - hello, hello, hello, A-LO-HA (a-lo-ha) because they know that I'm the shit." They do? Why? They say hello and goodbye because you're fly? Did you even think about that when you wrote it P? Rico Love's broken squeaky keyboard shifts and dirty bottom synths sound like a bad mixture between The Runners and The Alchemist without incorporating the best of either. Somehow I think because of the sound and the featured artist this one will chart anyway.

Hip-Hop Shop #44 w/ Steve 'Flash' Juon


Hip-Hop Shop Episode 44 features hot new songs from DJ JS-1, Jern Eye, V!RTU and Danny! Eight fresh tracks packed into a fast 30 minute span courtesy of RapReviews.com. If you would like to sponsor Hip-Hop Shop please send an e-mail to dj.flash@rapreviews.com for more information. The Hip-Hop Shop is 100% podsafe so distribute to your friends and tell them to visit RapReviews.com!

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Tracks featured this week:

* DJ JS-1 f/ Aesop Rock, C-Rayz Walz, Vast Aire - Karma Killaz
* iCON the Mic King f/ Awar - Sparks Fly
* Danny! - Sloppy Joe Pt. 1
* V!RTU f/ Sugar Tongue Slim - All About My Bank
* Beyond Belief - WORK
* Jern Eye f/ NightClubber Lang, Roc C - Blowin' Up
* Headcase - Slice of Life
* Neosonix - Fallen Star

Free Music Friday: Horseshoes Edition


Waddup y'all, it's another edition of "Free Music Friday" and I got some heat for y'all! Oh and about the "Horseshoes Edition," I couldn't think of a clever title so I used a random one. But like horseshoes, you'll be throwing some good music in your hard disk. And did I mention they're for free? Check these joints out!

Antboogie :: The Mixtape


[Crawl and dig into the world of Ant Boogie, where it's filled with dance and hip-hop music. Born and raised in Brooklyn, Ant Boogie became well-known in the dance world as the founder and leader of one of the most commercially successful dance groups, The Amount Boyz. Although he's a classically-trained professional dancer, the influence of funk, soul, and hip-hop gotten to him the most and you can check out his style on this mixtape right here. You can also catch him currently touring with Madonna on the "Sticky and Sweet" tour.]

Tracklisting:
1. Candy Canes
2. Spanish Lesson
3. Day & Night Remix
4. For the Money
5. Coley at Bay
6. Better Than Y'all
7. 2 Sides
8. Thinking of You
9. The GOOD Villain
10. Whatcha Doin Remix



Chilla :: The Countdown (mixed by DJ 2Thirteen)



[Chilla Jones, Chilla for short, is the type who considers himself a well-developed student of hip-hop. With records he studied over the years, varying from Talib Kweli to Eminem to Fabolous, this Boston native absorbs all of the rap classics he took in while developing a talent of his own. In fact, he has his on rap style called "haymaker rap," which focuses more on metaphors than similies, in which the latter is often mistaken as the former in daily hip-hop conversations. Also carrying a 160+ IQ, Chilla isn't the type who dumbs down in his music, but instead let folks know they should wise up and keep their ears open to this mixtape right here.]

Tracklisting:
1. Intro
2. Juggernaut
3. Piff Hop (Verse)
4. DOA
5. I Don't Know About You (Verse)
6. I'm The Man (verse)
7. how we roll (Verse)
8. best i ever had (verse)
9. Mr. Popular (ft Hotshot and Moomdaddy)
10. Work That Freestyle
11. Champagne Freestyle (Verse)
12. Under The Sun
13. Wreckless (Verse)
14. Time to Get Paid (Verse)
15. Love Me No More (Verse)
16. 24-23 (Ft. Skip)
17. I Don't Believe you (Verse)



Don Cannon & Young Chris :: The Network
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[Can't stop, won't stop is this Young Gunna Young Chris. Even while the Roc is said to be dim compared to its gleaming days, Chris still let his light shine for all to see. Linked up with Don Cannon (CANNON...Cannon...cannon...), Young Chris shows the listeners how hip-hop he can be with "The Network." He also shows that with bangin' beats and rhymes alike, you just can't hate on the Young'n.]

Tracklisting:
1. Intro
2. Superflyness
3. Free Peedi f. Tu Phace & Beanie Sigel
4. Fresh To Death
5. Hot Shyt f. Peedi Crakk, Black Thought, Tu Phace & Wale
6. Breeze
7. Last 2 f. Freeway & Beanie Sigel
8. Not Going To Fold f. Remy Hendrix
9. Kickdrums f. Wale & Rhymefest
10. Baby Girl f. Pha
11. Rap Money f. Tom Hardy & Freeway
12. Ride With Me f. Twista
13. Sail On f. Curren$y
14. Young G Sound f. Neef
15. Grown Things f. BJ
16. Want To Love You f. Raheem DeVaughn
17. Rough Side f. Rell



Dub MD Presents Nametag :: Classic Cadence Vol. 2

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[Coming straight from Motown a/k/a Detroit Rock City is this emcee named Nametag. Yes, like the button or sticker that says "Hello! My name is..." You know how that's the first thing you'll see when approaching a clerk at a store, restaurant, etc? That's what Nametag plans to be in the game, to boldly stand out for all to recognize. But Nametag doesn't plan to do it by his name alone, that's what this free mixtape is for. With many of the well-known underground rappers (Skyzoo, Fred Knuxx, Street Justice) and producers (B. Franks, Black Bethoven, cousin Black Milk) to back him up, Nametag plans to put the game on lock and have everybody know his name a la Cheers theme music.]

Tracklisting:
1. A Million Rappers (Produced By A.Will Productions)
2. Back On My Sh*t (feat. Skyzoo) (Produced By Black Milk)
3. The Beat Bang (feat. Quest M.C.O.D.Y) (Produced By Jay Edgar)
4. Stylin On ‘Em (Produced By Black Milk)
5. About You (Remix) (Produced By Black Bethoven)
6. Set It (feat. Moe Dirdee) (Produced By Black Bethoven)
7. Let The Beat Play (feat. B.Stormz) (Produced By Doc Illingsworth)
8. DJ Graffiti Interlude
9. Ask Around (Produced By Koyto)
10. Chips (feat. Fred Knuxx) (Produced By by Sean Ross)
11. Crash Course (feat. Street Justice) (Produced By Black Bethoven)
12. Stylin On ‘Em (Remix) (feat. Kopelli, Kanglosta, ONPoint & Young Scolla) (Produced By Black Bethoven)
13. The Matic Track (Produced By Lou Matic)
14. Ain’t I (Produced By B. Franks)
15. Tag Surfin’ (Produced By K.E.)
16. Courtesy Of Ambition (Produced By Black Milk)



Dub Sonata :: The Deluxe Sedition


[If you don't know Dub Sonata by now, you will never, ever know him. Oh wait, you can get to know him here on this tape! Producing beats since 1999, Dub Sonata has established beats for many respected artists, such as Kool G. Rap, Nature, C-Rayz Walz and others. This mixtape is filled with Dub Sonata beats with many NY and beyond rappers taking their time to rock the mic over them. This is the "Delixe Sedition," but the only time you'll feel sedated is after you'll experience the musical high that comes with it.]

Tracklisting:
1. C-RAYZ WALZ - SPREAD THE NEWS
2. SERIUS JONES & PANAMA - LISTEN TO MYSELF
3. RHYMEFEST, QUEEN LATIFAH & HAFFA - GOIN' IN
4. LAKE & RUC DA JACKEL - LYRICAL BASE
5. TIM KIELY & SKINNY JOINTS - F%©K IT IM NAUSEOUS
6. RICH MO - YOUR FLOW
7. MELLO & MALACHI - PUMPED UP
8. DOUBLE A.B. & CORMEGA - TAKE ME AWAY
9. TIM KIELY - LIKE A SCHEME
10. THE AZTEXT & ONE BE LO - LETTIN' YOU KNOW
11. TRACY 168 - MASTERS
12. JAE MILLZ - HOW I DO
13. KRUMBSNATCHA & THE AZTEXT - WHO'S WIT US?
14. SKINNY JOINTS, C-RAYZ WALZ & TIM KIELY - EVERY TIME I SPIT
15. RICH MO - DEAR LORD
16. DOUBLE A.B. - REVOLUTION PT. 2
17. BIZZY BONE & RICH MO - GET BIZZY
18. SWIGGA - SWEET MEMORIES
19. SHAWN BLACK, TWANIE RANKS & SADAT X - WATCHA REALLY WANT
20. NATURE & BILLIONZ - FOR MY PEOPLE
21. DOM PACHINO - LIONZ IN DA JUNGLE
22. DOUBLE A.B. - BLACK CLOUD
23. VAST AIRE & DOUBLE A.B. - THE DIESEL PT. 2
24. NATURE - RUNNIN' OUT OF TIME
25. GRAFH - NOBODY CRY FOR ME
26. J-STARRS & PREACHER BISHOP  - FINALLY (RIP J-STARRS)


Illmind :: The Official !llmind Remix Album


[Illmind has been known for creating beats for artists such as G-Unit, Little Brother, LL Cool J, and Boot Camp Clik. Many folks would wonder how Illmind would sound if he provided beats for many popular/underground hip-hop tracks. Well, if curiosity killed the cat, it won't kill you to fulfill your curious mind here. This free "Remix Album" contains remixes from Jay-Z, En Vogue, and the Roots (Illmind on production, of course!). It also includes four exclusive bonus Fortlive tracks (Illmind plus two emcees, Slo-Mo and MushMouf) to please your eardrums. Check this one out!]

Tracklisting:
1. Intro
2. Jay-Z  - Change Clothes
3. Common – I Want You
4. John Legend – Ordinary People
5. Slum Village – The Look of Love
6. Bahamadia – Queen Talk
7. Brandy and Kanye West – Talk About Our Love
8. Masta Ace ft. Guru – Conflict
9. Strange Fruit Project – Waitin’
10. Jay-Z - 99 Problems
11. Muneshine ft. Surreal
12. The Roots – What You Want
13. Saigon, Inspectah Deck, Bekay – The Raw
14. Ed OG ft. Masta Ace - Wishin
15. Alicia Keys – You Don’t Know My Name
16. O.C. – Story to Tell
17. O.C. – Childhood
18. En Vogue – Untitled
BONUS: Exclusive Fortlive Tracks (Fortlive = Slo-Mo, Mushmouf, & Illmind)
19. Fortlive – The Come Up
20. Fortlive – Trunk Pop Music
21. Fortlive – Goin’ Thru It
22. Fortlive ft. 84 – Cowboys

Link:
http://tinyurl.com/IllmindRemixAlbum

Royce Da 5'9'' :: The Revival EP

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^Earned 8 of 10 on RapReviews.com!

[It's been a long time coming for Nickel Nine a/k/a Royce Da 5'9''. From being known as the potential underdog to a hip-hop beast, da 5'9'' transitions have never been better as he made his lyrical status evolve very well even when his height hasn't. These four tracks, including one from hip-hop supergroup Slaughterhouse, will give the heads what they needed from Royce at all times, hard and bangin beats along with deadly lyrics that has venom to surely killed his oppenents standing in his way.]

Tracklisting:
1. Gun Harmonizing
2. Count for Nothing
3. Warriors (featuring Slaughterhouse)
4. Street Hop 2010


Small Professor :: Resurrected the Remix



[From Philly to you is this producer named Small Professor. P. Diddy may claim to "Invented the Remix," but if anyone considered remix as "dead," then the Less P can "resurrect" it. It includes remixes of hip-hop joints that were rarely played on the radio, if at all. But after you hear these joints, you can consider Small Pro as a long-lost bastard son of Large Professor...f'real!]

Tracklisting:
1. The Smile Rays - Chicken (Small Pro Remix)
2. 100dbs feat. Sirah and Hicoup - Long Island And Jersey (Small Pro Remix)
3. CL Smooth feat. Skyzoo - Perfect Timing (Small Pro Remix)
4. Emilio Rojas - Young, Fresh, And Fly (Small Pro Remix)
5. Prolyphic and Reanimator - Artist Goes Pop (Small Pro Remix)
6. Jelani - Jelani The M (Small Pro Remix)
7. Zilla Rocca - Flow God Zilla (Small Pro Remix)
8. Shawn Jackson feat. Guilty Simpson - Strategies (Small Pro Remix)
9. Capone-N-Noreaga - Follow The Dollar (Small Pro Remix)
10. The Roots - 75 Bars (Small Pro Remix)
11. Random feat. Ohene - Art Of War (Small Pro Remix)
12. Random - Push (Small Pro Remix)
13. Bless 1 - Angular Slang (Small Pro Remix)


Link:
http://tinyurl.com/SmallProRemix

Thanks for sticking with me on the "Horseshoes Edition" of "Free Music Fridays." If you have any free music you would like to share with the world, please e-mail me at kirenamloh@msn.com. If you're an artist with your free mixtape/album shown on this page and you want to send me a link re-up and/or questions, e-mail me at kirenamloh@msn.com, as well. Thanks for reading and enjoy y'all!  Two fangas, one love....

Hip-Hop Videos - M.O.P., Nut-Rageous, Lushlife, iCON the Mic King


It's been a while since we've put new hip-hop videos on the RR newsfeed, so now seems like a good time to start! Our first entry this morning is M.O.P. performing live at Rock the Bells in Boston, MA.

Next up is Nut-Rageous with the video for "Play the Field."

Want to hear some classic hip-hop DECONSTRUCTED? Then check out Lushlife's version of Jay-Z's "Dead Presidents."

This La Coka Nostra update shows them recruiting The Alchemist.

Last but not least is the video for a song we've featured on Hip-Hop Shop - iCON the Mic King featuring Awar with "Fall From Grace."

Dorrough Debuts at #1 This Week


If you haven't already checked out our review of Dorrough Music now might be a good time to do so! Press release from E1 follows.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
 
E1 ENTERTAINMENT IS #1 ON THE BILLBOARD INDEPENDENT CHART WITH DORROUGH’S DEBUT ALBUM, “DORROUGH MUSIC”
 
EMERGING STAR HAS GARNERED OVER 500,000 DIGITAL TRANSACTIONS TO DATE!

 
(New York, NY) – Leading independent E1 Entertainment announced today that Dallas hip hop artist Dorrough’s new debut album, “Dorrough Music,” has debuted at #1on the Billboard Independent Chart.  The album sold over 12, 000 copies and also debuted at #3 on the Billboard Hip Hop Chart. This release is E1 Entertainment’s 195th album to debut at #1 on the Independent Chart through its music label, E1 Music (formerly KOCH Records).
 
E1 Music has also just released the highly anticipated debut, self-titled album by hip hop supergroup Slaughterhouse yesterday. The album is positioned to be the labels’ second consecutive #1 debut next week.
 
E1 Music President Alan Grunblatt says, “Having our records debut at #1 on the chart is fantastic. We have some surprises coming out in the 4th quarter that we are looking to debut at #1 on the Top 200 chart!  More to come!”
 
Dorrough has garnered over 400,000 digital transactions to date between digital and ringtone sales.  Dorrough’s smash single, “Ice Cream Paint Job” has over 5,000 spins at urban radio with over 34 million in audience. The single is currently #9 on the iTunes Hip Hop Singles Chart while the album is at #8 on the iTunes Hip Hop album chart. The ringtone for the single is currently at #1 on the Nielsen RingScan chart.   The video for “Ice Cream Paint Job has been the #1 most played at both B.E.T. and MTV2 networks.
 
“Dorrough Music” was released last Tuesday, August 4th.
 
About E1 Entertainment

E1 Entertainment (AIM: ETO) is a leading independent entertainment content owner that acquires film, television and music rights and exploits these rights in all media in more than 190 countries.

The company currently operates in Canada, the U.S., the UK, Holland and Belgium through its four primary businesses units: E1 Television, E1 Films, E1 Music and E1 Distribution.  These businesses collectively represent E1’s extensive expertise in film distribution, television and music production/distribution, Kids content, Licensing and Distribution.

E1’s content library includes more than 3,700 feature films, 2,700 hours of original television programming and 15,000 music tracks.


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