MP3: Phil Ade - "Gone!"
Courtesy Langston S.
#PhilAdeFriday Vol. 2
Available Online December 30th
368 Music Group
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MP3: Bobby V f/ 2 Chainz, Meek Mill - "Drop It"
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Video: Mega Ran in Japan #9: Auntie Anne's
Courtesy Random a/k/a Mega Ran.
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Video: Lo Keys - "Jammin" (dir. Igloo Media Base)
Courtesy Lo Keys.
Igloo Media Base Hooks Up With Lo Keys To Deliver Visuals For
"Jammin" Off The Green Hornet Mixtape.
Lo Keys New Mixtape "The Green Hornet" Out Now!!!
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PR: Maspyke's Roddy Rod To Release "Oakwood Grain II"
Courtesy Nature Sounds.
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PR: Metis - The March ft Skyzoo & Don Jaga
Courtesy 730 Promo.
California born, London based, rapper METIS is back with the first leak off his second mixtape, ‘ROARK’, (once against hosted by DJ WhooKid) in the form of a street video for the intro track ‘Minor Major’. Their debut project, The Atlas Mixtape, which featured Joell Ortiz among others, received over 40,000 downloads culminating in a live showcase at Cuckoo nightclub with DJ WhooKid flying in for the event.
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Video: Paranoid Castle (Kirby Dominant & Factor) "Feeling Inside"
Courtesy Dunn Deal PR.
Bay Area emcee Kirby Dominant and Canadian producer Factor have both been at it for a decade plus, putting out consistent quality material on their respective fronts. In 2001, they found common ground, began recording together under the moniker Paranoid Castle and eventually released their debut collaboration One Way Ticket on Side Road Records in 2004. By the age of 17 Kirby had already been selling dope, locked up and shot.
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Jackpot! "Xmas Jollies 2011" Now Streaming
Courtesy Eyejammie Press.
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PR: Cashtastic - "Lil Bit of Cash"
Courtesy of Park Street PR.
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Video: Soulcrate Music - "Click Click Follow Follow"
Courtesy Wes E.
Soulcrate Music recently released a new video for their song "Click Click Follow Follow".
The song takes a clever, sarcastic look at the use of social networking and technology in average, everyday life. From photos of your lunch to what is basically a dating profile, the Internet makes almost any information about you readily available.
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