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Controversial "Bath Salts" Rapper, Dickward Codgers, To Release FUK OFF EP Free Online
Courtesy Bayer Mack.
Dallas-Fort Worth, TX native and comedy rapper Dickward Codgers, who made national headlines in August with the release of his controversial song, “Bath Salts”, has released “Smoke It”, the first single and music video from FUK OFF, a 6-track EP available for free online download at www.blockstarzmusic.com this Black Friday.
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Moses Stone Unleashes Debut Mixtape "Resilient"
Courtesy Yo! PR.
Praised by Christina Aguilera, Lionel Richie, Adam Levine, and Cee-Lo Green shows why Moses Stone is the next breakthrough artist.
"Resilient", by Los Angeles based rapper/singer Moses Stone, is a 14-track collection of the best songs selected from the former "The Voice" contestant, recorded in 2012 after Stone left the NBC TV hit show to ready his big entry to the music world.
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If you missed any of the new reviews this past week including Saigon's "The Greatest Story Never Told Chapter 2: Bread and Circuses" then do yourself a favor and check out this week's edition of the (W)rap Up!
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Video: Caskey Says Lil Wayne Collabo Is "On The Way"
DJ Vlad: Interview with DJ Smallz.
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Game: 40 Glocc Lawsuit Was Surprise of My Life
DJ Vlad: Game opens up about getting sued by rapper 40 Glocc after the two got into an altercation over the summer. Game claims that 40 Glocc is a coward for suing, and after their altercation it became clear to him why 40 would sue him. Game also says "I don't have an issue with 50 Cent," and says that he's not really concerned with what 50's doing right now, because he's focused on his career.
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It's time for another new edition of The Hip-Hop Shop, and this week we are Giving Thanks for Hip-Hop for your listening pleasure. In so doing we spread love to some new artists like SLIM, Kid Called Quest, Ronald Ruck and Stryfe among others! Send feedback to @RapReviews on this episode! Thanks for listening and remember to share the show with a friend and tell them to check it out every Tuesday on RapReviews.com!
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Video: The Opening of Mad Dukez Set at The Hideout
Rising rap star Mad Dukez (check out http://MadDukez.Bandcamp.com/ to hear his music and learn more about him) opens his set at The Hideout on the Deleted Scenes Tour. Be sure to follow him on Twitter @MadDukez and subscribe to this channel for more features.
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Video: Fresh Kils on Atherton, Classified, Being a Better Artist
Acclaimed Toronto producer Fresh Kils (check out http://www.facebook.com/FreshKils to learn more about him) talks about Fraction (review at http://tinyurl.com/FractionFreshKils - 8 out of 10), Atherton (review at http://tinyurl.com/AthertonNoThreat - 8.5 out of 10), Classified (review at http://tinyurl.com/ClassifiedHandshakes - 9 out of 10) and how to be a better artist through being a better person! This is an incredibly personal interview and big up to Fresh Kils for sharing the time with us. Be sure to follow him on Twitter @FreshKils.
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Video: Mad Dukez Interview Pt. 4 at The Hideout in Omaha
Rising rap star Mad Dukez (check out http://MadDukez.Bandcamp.com/ to hear his music and learn more about him) does an exclusive interview with Steve 'Flash' Juon of RapReviews.com! In this final segment Dukez talks about being successful as an independent artist, how to decide what goes out free for promotion, when "Gettin' Gatsby'd" will drop, paying attention to detail, and more!
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Video: Big Dutty Deeze f/ Ruste Juxx & Prome 'Never Understand Us'
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PR DEAN MULTIMEDIA "WHERE THE STREETS & THE INDUSTRY MEET" :DJ & BLOG SUPPORTER
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