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Video: Jet Lag - It's Real (@Jamarishammer @Jetlag_rude @imtoobizzy)


Video: Jet Lag - It's Real

Courtesy RRP.

Rap group Jet Lag has shot a music video for their Azone produced song "It's Real." Jet Lag is a group consisting of 3 very talented artists; Jmo, Rude and Bizzy.

Cypress Hill Speak on Smoke Sessions w/ Bruce Willis, Oliver Stone


Cypress Hill Speak on Smoke Sessions w/ Bruce Willis, Oliver Stone

Courtesy Matt B.

While at their 16th annual NYC Halloween show (make-up date due to Hurricane Sandy) Cypress Hill discussed the following with Duck Down Visuals: -Smoking session with Bruce Willis, Oliver Stone & Woody Harrelson. 
-Co-signing Kendrick Lamar. -Why Slick Rick got boo'd at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
 -The Catch 22 of marijuana being legalized in Colorado.

Video: @JusDaze - Scratch That/Bars Over Jokes (@KingOfTheDot)


Video: Jus Daze - Scratch That/Bars Over Jokes (Remix)

Courtesy JDM.

KOTD/Tombig7 Presents: Jus Daze SCRATCH THAT.

Video: @RATheRuggedMan vs. O.J. Simpson (@NatureSounds)


Video: R.A. The Rugged Man vs. O.J. Simpson

Courtesy Nature Sounds.

Most people know O.J. Simpson as a football superstar turned high-profile murder suspect, but R.A. The Rugged Man hasn't forgotten another chapter in O.J.'s career: his foray into Hollywood. On the latest episode of his Film School web series, R.A. explores O.J.'s acting in flicks like The Klansman, The Towering Inferno, The Naked Gun, and even a movie called Killer Force (seriously). Also, find out R.A.'s thoughts on whether O.J. was really guilty, and what other crimes we can blame him for.

Riff Raff: Lil B Doesn't Need Good Music to Have Fans (@JODYHiGHROLLER)


Riff Raff: Lil B Doesn't Need Good Music to Have Fans

DJ Vlad: Eccentric Houston rapper Riff Raff speaks on being compared to Lil B, revealing that while they don't have the same rap style, he understands why they would have the same fans. Riff Raff also reveals at what age he began experimenting with drugs, his thoughts on school and which artists he would really like to collaborate with.

Wu Block: @GhostfaceKillah + @RealSheekLouch on RapFixLive


Wu Block: Ghostface + Sheek Louch on RapFixLive

Courtesy Chris @ E1.

Watch Ghostface + Sheek Louch on RapFixLive HERE.

D.R.U.G.S Beats - 'Admit You're Wrong' (Producer for 50 Cent) @psmirf


D.R.U.G.S Beats - 'Admit You're Wrong' (Producer for 50 Cent)

Courtesy Papa Smirf.

Here is the 2nd single from Hip Hop N More presented beat tape from D.R.U.G.S Beats who has produced for 50 Cent, Big Boi, Ludacris, Lloyd Banks & more in the past. http://hiphop-n-more.com/2012/11/d-r-u-g-s-beats-admit-youre-wrong/ .
Video: @Lyrikill - Retro #2 - What Is Your Heart and Sole?


Video: Lyrikill - Retro #2 - What Is Your Heart and Sole?

Courtesy Chuck Jones.

What Is Your Heart & Sole?
New project by Lyrikill coming soon...

DJ Toshi: Classic Storm Radio Episode 127


DJ Toshi: Classic Storm Radio Episode 127

9th Wonder & Buckshot - What I Gotta Say
Beneficence feat. AG & DJ Kaos - All Real
Rasco feat. Planet Asia - Got In Your Mouth
Git Beats feat. AZ, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Goretex & Distrakt - Alcohol In Me
Shabaam Sahdeeq feat. Lateb & Bekay - Revolucion ( Produced by Alterbeats )
Fizzyology feat. Freeway - From The Streets
Sean Price feat. Pharoahe Monch - BBQ Sauce
BURNTmd feat. Keith Murray & DJ Grazzhoppa - Building Blocks
Smoke DZA feat. Al-Doe & Styles P ( Produced by Ski Beatz )
Freeway - Early ( Produced by Just Blaze )
Reks - Bang Bang ( Audible Doctor Remix )
The Game feat. Master P - Hvn 4 A Gngsta ( Produced by DJ Premier )
M1 feat. Nas - Genocide Highway ( Produced by Beatnick & K-Salaam )
Murs & 9th Wonder - Tale Of Two Cities
Squala Orphan feat. Big Twins - Death On A Dollar Bill ( Produced by Alchemist )

* http://djtoshiclassicstorm.podomatic.com/ *
Video: Alpha-Moetive - New Alphabetical Slaughter (@artist_moe)


Video: Alpha-Moetive - New Alphabetical Slaughter

Courtesy Moe Mitch.

- M.O.E (Signed to Urban Vibes Entertainment) is not your average underground artist, taking a shot in the dark to escape from what we consider an average life and make a mark in the music industry. No, he is more like an exclusive talent who finds him-self in a predicament where it is fairly difficult to gain recognition.


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