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Apaulo Treed & Knightstalker ft. Maffew Ragazino - Defcon 2
Courtesy Mirko K.
Here we go again, this time with the 3rd and final single from Apaulo Treed and Knightstalker's upcoming "The Last Line Of Defence" album. The third leak taken from this cross-continental collaborative effort goes by the title "Defcon 2" and features Brooklyn's own lyrical heavyweight Maffew Ragazino! The production comes courtesy of Knightstalker's longtime companion Romeo. Enjoy and be on the lookout for the album droppin' next week!
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Audio: Yinka Diz - That Dude
Emcee/producer Yinka Diz presents life from a 'street cosmopolitan' state of mind on his 2011 mixtape New Art, New Money, featuring Glasses Malone, Marky, Nike Nando and Dae One. His upcoming 2013 project features production from the same stable of producer and also includes up and comers like Hexsagon and Slovakia's RK Cerman.
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Video: Kam Royal - "Mellow Flow"
Courtesy Aaron King.
KAM Royal just dropped a dope new video for "Mellow Flow", the second from his junior effort "Still Waters". It was shot on location in New Orleans and features street performers, booty shaking and KAM enjoying a beautiful day around town.
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Audio: Sho Baraka - "Jim Crow"
Courtesy Josh - SOHH PR.
For centuries racial tension has been the elephant in America's living room. Many choose to ignore the pain and injustice around them. Some reproduce this culture of ignorance because of miseducation. How can we have reasonable discussions on these issues that lead to healthy relationships and understanding? First we must not be afraid to bring to light the many obstacles that plague our society. Jim Crow is that very song.
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Videos: Qewl Miles - "Pull Over" & "The Epitome"
First is Pull Over (Feat. Jazzie Blanco & Kal'L) Shot in my home town, Milwaukee, WI.
Second is The Epitome, my latest creation and title track off of my "The Epitome" mixtape. This was shot in San Diego.
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Audio: Damo f/ Stevie P - "Juice (Freestyle)"
"Philadelphia's own Damo teams up with New Orleans artist Stevie P. and boy do they go in over Drake's Juice instrumental."
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Audio: SL Jones - "Let'm Talk" (Prod. By M16)
Courtesy Audible Treats.
On January 23rd, SL Jones will release his new EP, Trapper's Delight. The seven-track project will be produced entirely by M16, the Alabama producer best known for producing tracks like "Duffle Bag Boy" by Playaz Circle, Young Jeezy's "I Do" Ft. Jay-Z & Andre 3000, and Yelawolf's Heart Of Dixie mixtape, and the tape, to be released exclusively via LiveMixtapes, will be hosted by Hoodrich/Grand Hustle's DJ MLK.
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Video: Taylor J "Tonite" Prod by Sonny Digital
Courtesy Nancy B.
ATLANTA'S FOREMOST INDEPENDENT LABEL BIG PLAY ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS ANOTHER VISUAL FROM MINNESOTA NATIVE TAYLOR J.
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TURK is BACK with More Music + Videos
Courtesy BF Blasts.
Turk's first project since his prison release, Blame It On The System is slated to be released early 2013. Turk has written a book of his life The AutoThugography of Turk, a screenplay for the movie of his life titled RECKLESS, and is reaching back to those in prison with his magazine, YNT Incarcerated. Turk has established himself as a solo artist and entrepreneur, and for him there's no looking back.
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Video: Swave Sevah - Son of a One Armed Man
Courtesy Creative Juices.
Swave Sevah aka Swavy Krokett aka The Spitist, aka Anakyn Highwalker. Call him what you want, but once you hear this NYC native’s unmistakeable baritone and clever verses, you won’t forget him. Born and raised in Harlem, Swave started spitting rhymes at the age of 9. He studied martial arts and earned black belts in Tae Kwon Do and Shotokan. As a young man, he dreamed of someday making it to the NBA, but that faded as his passion and talent for music grew. “Hip hop swallowed me whole,” he says.
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