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Video: Mr. Green "Live from the Streets" feat. Country, Pacewon and Skrewtape
"On our way to back Philly we would always pass a slightly scary looking tent city on the side of the highway in Camden NJ. We were fascinated by it, we wondered what goes on there, who lives there, and what the people were like. One day we finally mustered up enough courage to go inside. We arrived in the afternoon, and after walking up the long dusty path we were immediately greeted by Country, the assistant Mayor of Tent City."
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Sun x Mookie Jones - Gettin It
Courtesy Drank and Dank.
Unreleased for 4 years, this infectious track is a feel good ode to opulence.
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Video: Radio Raheem f/ Shock G - "Push the Party"
Courtesy Sportn' Life.
Today Seattle band Radio Raheem released their creative video for the song ‘Push the Party’ featuring Shock G of Digital Underground. For the video, director Dee Austin Robertson , turned the band into 12 inch dolls and created a miniature post-apocalyptic bar for the band to play in. The video was shot over the course of a few days in Los Angeles and the result is a unique video full of dancing Barbie dolls, glowsticks, aliens, robots and a crazy Yeti all getting down to Radio Raheem’s ‘Push the Party.’
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Video: Celebrity Bowling w/ Jim Jones, Maino, Fred The Godson
Courtesy Jamie F.
Last Sunday DJ Naim put on yet another great family event with the 2nd Annual Heavy Hitters Vs. Pitbulls Celebrity Bowling Tournament at Jersey Lanes in Linden, NJ. Check out the appearances by Jim Jones, Maino, Fred The Godson, Driicky Graham, Ed Lover, Tone Trump, Uncle Murda & more. Follow DJ Nnaim on Twitter & Instagram @djnaim.
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Audio: Guilty Simpson & Apollo Brown "Truth Be Told"
Courtesy Apollo Brown.
Unlike lightweight rappers “scared to face the reality of truth,” Guilty Simpson isn’t one to tiptoe around on the mic. “Truth Be Told” finds the Motor City rhymer bearing his soul over a slow-burning soul chop that is trademark Apollo Brown. Guilty’s usual ferocity is tempered by his introspection, reminiscing back to times when he was hustling and living fast but without direction.
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Mixtape: BIG HUD - "The Long Way Home"
"LONG WAY HOME" (MIXTAPE)
Features: Curren$y,Yelawolf, CyHi The Prynce, Rittz, Gerald Walker, etc.
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Exodus Vs. Clique - Bob Marley, Kanye and Jay-Z
Courtesy Scott Melker.
I have been looking for an excuse to remix Exodus for a long time. Kanye and Jay-Z gave me one. But not Big Sean, I don't give him credit. He's just grasping at the coattails of giants. Giants in suits, that have coattails. Enjoy the remix!
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JP Beats f/ George Clinton, Planet Asia, Boots Riley
Courtesy Matt B.
“The Warning” will be released on 11-6-2012 and it marks the debut album from producer JP Beats whose past works include tracks with Dr. Dre, Jadakiss, Pete Rock, Kurupt, Canibus, and many more. JP Beats has teamed up with A&R Extraordinaire M-Eighty (Wu-Tang /Undergods/ Kurupt/Planet Asia etc) to bring fans the same level of lyrical intensity and diverse line-ups they have come to expect from “Wu-Tang Meets…” & “The Academy” backed with soundscapes of production impresario JP Beats.
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Small Professor - 'Cool Story, Pro' (Beat Tape)
Philly beatsmith Small Professor is back with his latest offering in the form of a beat tape appropriately titled 'Cool Story, Pro' which is available for digital download via Bandcamp for the bargain bin rate of $8.00. The project, which maintains Small Pro's soulful knock throughout, shifts moods around the halfway marker in a way explained best by the man himself:
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Audio: Journalist 103 "Walk With Me" (produced by Oddisee)
Courtesy Matt B.
Journalist 103 sounds at home over the abundant jazz instrumentations of Oddisee, as he invites listeners on a journey through his psyche on "Walk With Me." The track exemplifies Journalist's lyrical capabilities and demonstrates why KevinNottingham.com refers to him as "a ground level street reporter with a message we need to hear."
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