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@JesseAbraham Announces Album Release Date: I Am Water 11/13


Jesse Abraham Announces Album Release Date:  I Am Water – Coming 11/13/12 100% Proceeds to Charity Water

Brooklyn, NY - Jesse Abraham, winner of the Underground Music Award for Lyricist of the Year in 2011, has announced a new full-length, I Am Water, due out November 13, 2012.  Three singles off the album have been released thus far, all premiering on HipHopDX. The latest “I Ain’t Shit - I’m The Shit” (Produced by !llMind) released in August 2012 received more downloads within a week than any single Abraham has put out to date.

Jesse Abraham's previous album, One Day (self-released in June 2011 via DJBooth.net) has acquired over 4,000 downloads to date and was nominated for Indie Album of the Year at the 2011 Underground Music Awards. Since then Abraham has released a live album (Live at Southpaw) and was recently named HipHopDX's DXNext Artist.

Check out JA’s recent video/single “I Ain’t Shit – I’m The Shit” produced by !llMind and directed by Ricky Shabazz: www.youtube.com/watch?v=80e29zwUCNo .

Charity Water:

Abraham’s previous mixtapes and albums have been available for free download. He chose to make I Am Water a sellable entity with100% of the proceeds to a worthy cause, Charity Water.

Charity Water's impact is unquestionable. 100% of public donations directly fund water projects in developing countries, and all it takes is about $20 to get clean water to an individual who previously did not have access to it. When I Am Water is released, every two CD's Abraham sells, or 4 digital downloads, brings a lifetime of safe water to someone in need.

To make a donation/pre-order JA's upcoming album, visit http://mycharitywater.org/JAisWater .

Complete Track List:

1. Overture (Prod. Paul White)
2. I Ain't Shit - I'm The Shit (Prod. !llMind)
3. Back Off (Prod. K.O. Beatz)
4. Parallels ft. Emilio Rojas (Prod. !llMind)
5. You're Not a Ghost Anymore (Prod. Paul White)
6. 1der 2der (Prod. !llMind)
7. Never Felt High 'Til Now ft. Nitty Scott, MC (Prod. !llMind)
8. The Scene (Prod. !llMind)
9. I've Tried ft. Chino XL (Prod. Spills)
10. Brush Your Teeth (Prod. Spills)
11. Gottdamn Superhero Penguin (Prod. Paul White)
12. Hurdles (Prod. K.O. Beatz)
13. Hi, Heaven (Prod. Tommy Black)
14. Die Holding Hands (Prod. Steel Tipped Dove)

About Jesse Abraham:

Jesse Abraham was born in Manhattan as the first child to two public school teachers, and was raised on the city’s hip-hop culture and the eight-track tapes his parents introduced him to as a youngster. By five, Abraham was writing and at the age of nine he had his cassette tapes filled with demos he recorded himself. Starting to compose his own lyrics at a very young age, he used his hometown as creative impulse to generate the intense and authentic themes of his tracks today. A published poet at the age of 15, Jesse quickly realized his true passion was for hip-hop, inspired by such artists as Mos Def, James Brown, Kool G. Rap and OutKast.

His debut album, Bars & NoBull (Oct ‘10) spent weeks on DJBooth’s Top 10 Charts, the singles ‘Yoga’ and ‘Little Bit of Everything’ being major hits in the underground music scene and their videos on YouTube were an instant success. It was with his next album, One Day (June ’11), with the lead single “Spiderman on Vitamins”, that he began to gain substantial recognition online through major hip-hop sites such as 2DopeBoyz and XXLMag.com. Abraham’s year culminated in his nomination for Album of the Year at the 2011 Underground Music Awards, as well as being crowned Lyricist of the Year.
 
As he prepares to release I Am Water this fall, Jesse Abraham continues to reinvent the responsibilities as a hip-hop artist, and his potential is only surpassed by his passion for the genuine essence of the hip-hop genre. "As long as you have talent, you can get your voice heard," says Abraham of the New York scene that nurtured his style and taught him about hip-hop. The authenticity of his music now reflects his life growing up in NYC in the ‘80s and his life journey to get to where he is today.

Connect with Jesse Abraham:

jesseabraham.com
Twitter.com/JesseAbraham
Twitter.com/JAisWater

Audio: @Xzibit - Up Out The Way (ft. E-40)


Audio: Xzibit - Up Out The Way (ft. E-40)

Courtesy JL.

 XZIBIT
"UP OUT THE WAY"
FEAT. E-40 (prod. by Rick Rock)

* http://soundcloud.com/rbc-records/xzibit-up-out-the-way-ft-e-40 *

Marcus Canty - Ca$h Out - Fresco Kane - Future - King L


Marcus Canty - Ca$h Out - Fresco Kane - Future - King L - Ying Yang Twins

Courtesy ER.

Download link below.

* http://www.box.com/s/0e327cf0b5008dc8c2ec *

The Pharcyde + ATCQ = Bizarre Tribe - "Runnin'" (@Gummy_Soul)


Video: The Pharcyde + ATCQ = Bizarre Tribe - "Runnin'"

Courtesy Chris @ E1.

Dropping on the one year anniversary of the critically acclaimed Fela Soul, Bizarre Tribe serves as a fitting tribute to the artists which inspired its creation. Pairing select Pharcyde vocals with re-orchestrated productions created from the original Jazz, Soul and Funk recordings sampled throughout ATCQ’s extensive career, Gazaway effectively delivers a new and distinct way to experience the sounds which defined Hip-Hop’s “golden era.”

Video - @DJRondevu of Das Efx - Red Invasion Russian Party


Video - DJ Rondevu of Das Efx - Red Invasion Russian Party Tour

Courtesy DJ Rondevu.

Brooklyn's own DJ Rondevu takes you along with him to get a glimpse of his adventures behind enemy lines on The Red Invasion Tour. Come get a taste of Russian nightlife like the mixtape legend & dj/producer for Das Efx, DJ Rondevu, could only provide.

Blueprint Announces "Deleted Scenes" Oct 16th (@Printmatic)


PR: Blueprint Announces New Album "Deleted Scenes" Oct 16th

Courtesy Printmatic.

The Rhymesayers artist and Weightless Recordings founder Blueprint, who dropped the critically-acclaimed album Adventures in Counter-Culture in 2011, announces the release of a new project called Deleted Scenes.  The 15-track project will be released Tuesday October 16th on the independent imprint he has ran for over 10-years, Weightless Recordings.

 In describing the Deleted Scenes album, Blueprint comments:

"I wrote and recorded at least 75 songs for my last album, Adventures in Counter-Culture.  Only 15 of those songs were chosen for the final tracklist.  Many of the remaining songs were good (some very good), but weren't chosen for the album because their vibe or message didn't fit the overall theme that I was going for.  I soon realized that although these songs didn't fit into what Adventures in Counter-Culture ultimately turned into, they still played a significant role in telling my story.  After revisiting many of these songs, I came to the conclusion that the best of them should be heard by the people who support me to the fullest, so I took some time to fully produce these songs.  The result is Deleted Scenes"

BLUEPRINT "Deleted Scenes" Track List:

1. Starting Out
2. Takin' It
3. Get Right - Featuring Dominique Larue
4. The American Dream - Featuring Adoria
5. True Love - Featuring Angelica Lee
6. Body Movin'
7. Never Grow Old - featuring Angelic Lee
8. Bells & Whistles
9. The Mask
10. Bartenders - featuring Zero Star
11. Babies Got Guns
12. I Wanna Go - featuring Nina D
13. Senseless
14. Leave Me Alone - featuring Terry Troutman of Zapp
15. Packt Like

Thanks you!

MP3: @DanStatus - Return To Glory (ft Jon BlaQ)


MP3: Dan Status - Return To Glory (ft Jon BlaQ)

Courtesy Wanja Lange.

The voice of Hip Hop has been muted. A once rebellious music, is now repetitive theme music of mind numbing non-sence. Enter "Return To Glory". Jon BlaQ and Dan Status once again team-up to show and prove that Hip Hop is alive and well.

* http://soundcloud.com/danstatus/return-to-glory *

Download: @MontageOne, "Return Of The Assassin"


Download: Montage One, "Return Of The Assassin"

Courtesy Dunn Deal PR.

Los Angeles emcee and Likwit Crew/Gold Chain Military member Montage One presents "Return Of The Assassin", the MasterKraftsmen-produced newest leak from his forthcoming album 10.6.3 OGX (pre-order on iTunes) featuring Alchemist, Aloe Blacc, Daily Meds, DirtyDiggs, DJ Babu, DJ Flash, DJ Revolution, E-Swift, Evidence, Exile, Foreign Exchange, Guilty Simpson, J-Ro, Jake One, JListed, Khrysis, Killa Kali, Killer Ben, Krondon, MadLib, Mark Noxx, Med, Oh No, Phil The Agony, Planet Asia, Ras Kass, Styliztik Jones, TriState and Unjust. "Return" is a continuation of "Recycled Assassins", the song Montage produced and guested on for Xzibit's 1998 sophomore album 40 Days & 40 Nights. "In the year 2012 nothing but the size of the caliber and elevated psyche of these new breed of killers has changed," says Montage. "The saga continues and the story must be told." 10.6.3. OGX drops September 25.

* http://www.audiomack.com/song/montage-one/return-of-the-assassin *

Masterminds "Blood On The Floor" (@ManekinekoPro)


Masterminds "Blood On The Floor" FREE DOWNLOAD

Courtesy Johnny Nobody.

Manekinekopro and The Masterminds are gearing up for their new album “Giant Antlers” And in celebration of the upcoming we release we decided to give you Free Music every week up to it’s Release on Manekinekopro on Oct 3oth just in time for Halloween. “Blood On The Floor” this is from the tiny antlers mixtape. a prelude to giant antlers. this was one of the first songs they recorded last summer. Listen, Enjoy and…..Share. And Prepare for Giant Antlers. Masterminds “Suicide Pigeon”Music Video is out now and scaring children everywhere……. 

Submission: VISUAL - "Karma"


Submission: VISUAL - "Karma"

Courtesy Visual.

The heavily conscious and somewhat controversial Karma is the second leak off VISUAL’s, Hello Hip Hop.

Karma serves as a bit of a history lesson with racism at the center, along with a harsh truth in the form of Karma.

“Now, don't get mad like this is prejudice pollution, cuz I personally think that race is useless,
If you don't like this truth then YOU'RE racist or stupid, why you think brown & black ask for retribution
Cuz we've always been oppressed so we are revolution, therefore we make the changes that cause evolution”

* http://soundcloud.com/iseeitall/visual-karma *


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