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Video: F.Y.I. - "Off The Grid"
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Video: No Air Play Show - Napoleon Da Legend & Crazy Al Cayne
Rick Foy caught up with Napoleon Da Legend & Crazy Al Cayne (CAC-TV.com) at the A3C hip hop festival in Atlanta, Georgia. Directed & Edited by Rick Foy and music score by John Robinson.
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Audio: Peter Leo f/ Nutso "See the Judge" (prod. DJ Supa Dave)
Courtesy DJ Mickey Knox.
Peter Leo is back with the street anthem "See The Judge" with Queens representer Nutso backing him up and DJ Supa Dave on the beat. This record is dedicated to anybody whos ever been through the judicial system and know the stresses of a criminal case.
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Video: Snow Tha Product Goes Buckwild in "Hola" Video! #GNBM
Courtesy Dove @ Tygereye.
Here is Snow Tha Product's new video for "Hola" from her Good Nights & Bad Mornings mixtape! Pour out the Patron and vodka with Snow at this crazy party.
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Masta Killa Speaks On How Wu-Tang Clan Has Stayed Together
Courtesy Nature Sounds.
Masta Killa speaks on a number of topics related to the Wu, including why "Protect Ya Neck" came at the perfect time in hip-hop history, the best chess players in the Clan, and the recording process behind the group's classic double-album Wu-Tang Forever. He also speaks on how a group with nine different members has gone 20 years without a single major breakup, while smaller groups like EPMD and A Tribe Called Quest haven't been able to hold it together for nearly as long.
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"Wake Up Show" Heads to SiriusXM on Shade 45 Radio
Courtesy Dunn Deal PR.
It was announced today that Sway and King Tech will bring the “Wake Up Show” to Sirius XM’s Shade 45 radio. The world-renowned radio show is known for its exclusive access to cutting edge hip-hop music and its innovative format. The show is also widely recognized as a springboard for rising stars and has had a number of upcoming hip-hop icons on the show early in their respective careers, such as Notorious B.I.G., The Wu-Tang Clan, Tupac, Jay Z, Kanye West...
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Video: Castro Y Gambino f/ Kennedy Clemente "Warriors"
Courtesy Big Skilly.
"WARRIORS"OFFICIAL SHORT FILM VIDEO (HD)
Castro Y Gambino Feat.Kennedy Clemente
Prod By: Nasty Gambino & Kenny El Espiritu Musical
Dir By: Big Skilly Films
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Audio: Sadistik - "Exit Theme"
Courtesy Audible Treats.
Sadistik is pleased to announce the forthcoming release of his new album, Flowers For My Father. The album, which includes features from Cage, The CunninLynguists, and more, in addition to production from Blue Sky Black Death, will be released February 19th via Fake Four, Inc. To celebrate the announcement, today Sadistik is releasing the album's lead single, "Exit Theme," featuring Atronautalis and Lotte Kestner.
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Video: Demigodz "Demigodz Is Back" (@ApathyDGZ)
Courtesy Matt B.
On 3-5-2013, the Demigodz (Apathy, Celph Titled, Ryu of Styles Of Beyond, Esoteric, Motive, Blacastan) will release there first official full-length LP, KILLMatic, and it will feature appearances from RA The Rugged Man, Termanology, Panchi (of NYG'z), Planetary (of Outerspace), Scoop Deville & Eternia with production from DJ Premier, Marco Polo, The Snowgoons, Apathy, Teddy Roxpin, Chumzilla, Skammadix & Will C.
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Video: Rebuilding Hip-Hop Block By Block
Courtesy Steve Raze.
CEO of Block Entertainment and Atlanta's own high profile influencer, Russell "Block" Spencer, is known for turning amateur artists into stars. The former Bad Boy South President is at it again with a hot new roster of rising talent on Sony/RCA. Take a look at the trailer of Block's webseries entitled "Rebuilding Hip-Hop Block by Block," designed to educate the masses on what goes behind the scenes in the entertainment industry and provide a closer look at the next artists to blow.
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