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Audio: Karma Jonze - Misery Without Company
Courtesy Confucius Jones.
Life is good for Karma Jonze. Since the release of her '11 LP Random Blue Daze, Karma has released two mixtapes, gone on tour, and performed multiple times at SXSW '12. Now is the time to show and prove for Mz. Jonze. On November 29th, Karma's EP "Hungover" drops and this is the first release from the project...
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Video: Yowda f/ YG - Shut Up
Courtesy Jake Crates.
Video directed by the infamous Black Diamonds. More to come including a song with 2 Chainz, just waiting on the artwork for that one!!!
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e-dubble Reset Debuts #9 on iTunes!
"e-dub’s newest release, the Reset EP, is his most popular yet, climbing the iTunes charts, racking up YouTube views, and continuing the snowball effect that drives growth in his fan base. Here’s what e-dubble said about being embraced despite being atypical in so many ways"
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Krazy Drayz From DAS EFX Is Embarking On A Solo Journey...Highly Anticipated Debut LP, ShowTime, Due Out 11/20/12!
Courtesy Todd Davis.
November 2012 -- As one half of the early nineties -- literally -- underground, as in from the "Sewa," rap duo, DAS EFX, Krazy Drayz is finally prepping for the release of his highly anticipated, appropriately titled solo debut, ShowTime.
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Lyrics Born Releases Book: Yes, Bay Area
Courtesy Nik @ Ballin PR.
Yes, Bay Area (November, $15) is a 90-page collection of two years of Tweets by Bay Area lyricist Lyrics Born. A hip-hop emcee known for his lyrical prowess, penning a book is a natural extension for LB. With his signature style & sense of humor, LB delivers Tweet after randomly hilarious Tweet with an inside edge that only a lifelong resident & native son of “The Bay” can.
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Audio: Vic Freeze "4 Da Guap" From Clockwork Muzik
Clockwork Muzik presents their new artist Vic Freeze and his debut single "4 Da Guap. Follow Vic on Twitter @VicFreeze. This single sets the tone for Clockwork Muzik's upcoming mixtape release. The Midwest production duo has worked with artist such as Freddie Gibbs, Krayzie Bone, and Killer Mike just to name a few. Coming off his last release, Vic keeps it Hip-Hop backed by smooth instrumentation and heavy hitting drums.
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Video: Brown Bag AllStars - "Rhett Committed Murder"
Courtesy Audible Doctor.
"Rhett Committed Murder," off of BBAS’s Brown Label Part 2, which is produced by World Famous Beat Junkie DJ Rhettmatic, hence the title. DeeJay Element is responsible for the cuts throughout the Certified fresH joint and features cold verses from Audible Doctor, J57 (#SuckIt Heinz), Soul Khan and Koncept.
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Video: Bud E f/ Bradd Young "Goes On"
Courtesy Kelly K.
Bud E’s debut record “Goes On” is starting to pick up some steam at urban/rhythmic radio. It’s super catchy, and is currently in rotation at 21 stations with increased airplay each week. The track features label mate and St. Louis native Bradd Young, an R&B singer, songwriter and accomplished producer who has worked with Akon, Nelly, Kelly Rowland, Teddy Riley, Talib Kweli, Jibbs, and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
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Pac Div - "Cross Trainers" Ft. Kendrick Lamar & Blu
Courtesy Audible Treats.
Since LA-based rap trio Pac Div wrapped their West Coast tour with Mac Miller and released exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from their tour performances last week, brothers Like and Mibbs and brother-from-another BeYoung are anxiously awaiting the release of their sophomore album, GMB, due out November 27th. For their latest single, the guys bring the topic of fly kicks and stunting to the forefront on the track "Cross Trainers," produced by Swiff D.
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Video: D-Sisive "Don't Turn the Lights Out"
D-Sisive is a disciple of hip-hop and a Bowie devotee. His eleven-year-old imagination was captured by Fresh Prince and DJ Jazzy Jeff's "Nightmare On My Street," and later, by a legendary punk spectacle as heard on Creep single "GG Allin." There's something new everyday, and so he's running, trying to keep up with himself, trying to connect with his fellow creeps. There was a time he didn't have these words; didn't know how to say them. So now he's making sure he doesn't miss even one.
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