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MP3: Narez f/ Nature - "Cruise Control"


From Dove @ Tygereye:

MP3: Narez f/ Nature - "Cruise Control"

Please enjoy Narez' new single "Cruise Control" featuring Queensbridge legend Nature! This is the second track from Narez' upcoming street album Successful Suicide!

The song is produced by Omen, who also Executive Produced the entire project.

* http://www.sendspace.com/file/0mv7ke *

A native of Queens, New York, Narez has been working for several years in the Northeast music scene. On August 9, 2011, he will unveil the 13-track original street album with appearances from Joe Budden, Nature, Slip-N-Slide's Swazy Baby, freestyle phenom Emilio Rojas, Laws of the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League and more.

All production on Successful Suicide is handled by Grammy-winning beat crafter Omen (Drake, Lil Wayne, Ludacris, Fabolous) and hard-hitting producer Jaywan (Jim Jones, Gucci Mane, Trey Songz, Paul Wall).

For more information on Narez, go to www.Tygereye.net/Narez .

Video: Napoleon Da Legend - "Quarantine"


From NDL:

Video: Napoleon Da Legend - "Quarantine"

MP3: J. Cole f/ Trey Songz - "Can't Get Enough"


From Big Dev:

MP3: J. Cole f/ Trey Songz - "Can't Get Enough"

Cant Get Enough - http://hulkshare.com/g8cy7lmpwzi2 .

Video: Unity Lewis - "Lonely On the Grind"


Courtesy Ballin' PR:

Video: Unity Lewis - "Lonely On the Grind"

MP3: Proe - "Tiger Blood On My Jean Shorts"


From Routine Fly:

MP3: Proe - "Tiger Blood On My Jean Shorts"

So we’ve slacked a bit in the last few weeks with the free jams. To make up for it, here’s a mid week offering from Proe to get you guys warmed up for his self produced album which will be dropping sooner than you think. If you are somehow STILL not up on Proe and his catalog...

Play.

Some.

Catch-up.

He has been going extra mondo in the studio as well as his twitter account. And keep your ears tuned right here for the latest.

DivShare Direct Download: http://www.divshare.com/direct/15358923-a38.mp3 .

DivShare Embeddable Player: http://www.divshare.com/download/15358923-a38 .

Video: Nick Nemesis - "Act Like U Give a F**k" (prod. Chemist)


From Nick Nemesis:

Video: Nick Nemesis - "Act Like U Give a F**k" (prod. Chemist)

MP3: M.C - "Low" (prod. Vega the Heartbreak Kid)


From M3W:

MP3: M.C - "Low" (prod. Vega the Heartbreak Kid)

* http://www.mp3waxx.com/jobfolders/mclow/video-blast-page.html *

Video: Cool Kids Co-Sign Kreayshawn & V-Nasty


Video: Cool Kids Co-Sign Kreayshawn & V-Nasty

Video: Ozy Reigns f/ Boog Brown - "Envy"


From Dunn Deal PR:

Video: Ozy Reigns f/ Boog Brown - "Envy"

Born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina, Ozy Reigns made his name as an enigmatic lyricist on Atlanta's underground scene alongside talents like Clan Destined, Boog Brown, Stanza, Methuzulah, Senor Kaos, staHHr and Binkis Recs, all of whom appear on Exciting Times, his followup to 2010's The Last Dragon Mixtape, also released under his Moondox Ltd. imprint. Production is handled by D.R.U.G.S., Illastrate, Jae Scott, Koda, Amdex, Rock Most, Mr. Q, C-Dubb and DJ Shakim.

PR: Afro-Punk Festival Adds Das Racist, Gym Class Heroes


From Aleix @ Girlie Action:

PR: Afro-Punk Festival Adds Das Racist, Gym Class Heroes

The Unbeatable Line Up of the Summer Now Includes Gym Class Heroes, Das Racist, Kenna, Tamar-kali, Bad Rabbits, Joe Jordans Experiment, & DJ's Stack-Aly, Jillionaire, Dances with White Girls, D://BOi, shErOck & toni*K

The Afro-punk Festival is returning to Brooklyn's Commodore Barry Park for the 7th Annual Afro-punk Festival on August 27-28. The festival is free this year thanks to our sponsors Nike, Beats By Dre, Boost Mobile, Harley Davidson, and Sesac.The best festival line-up of the Summer just got better with the addition of Gym Class Heroes, Das Racist, Kenna, Tamar-kali, Bad Raddbits, Joe Jordans Experiment, featuring DJ's Stack-Aly, Jillionaire, Dances with White Girls & D://BOi, dj.shErOck, toni*K!  The 2011 festival was already stellar with Cee-Lo Green, Santigold,Janelle Monae, Fishbone, Toro Y Moi, Toshi Reagon, Ninjasonik, Cerebral Ballzy, Gordon Voidwell, Reggie Watts, Res, Joi, Rocky Business, Straight Line Stitch!
 
In addition, the NikeBattle For the Streets Skate and BMX Competition, the largest street skate and BMX competition in NYC will return this year with the nation's top amateur skaters and BMX riders in a competition to be judged by top professionals in both sports including Nigel Sylvester & Theotis Beasley. As always, the festival will include a market with over 60 local vendors selling their custom jewelry, t-shirts, and wares.
 
There are some very exciting new additions to the festival this year! Over 20 of the NYC area's hottest food trucks and vendors have been brought together for the Afro-Punk Bites and Beats Food Truck Festival ,which will bring cuisine from around the world and the 5 boroughs to the festival. In addition, Chef Marcellus Coleman, Executive Chef of Alias Restaurant in NYC, will provide his eclectic contemporary American cuisine to the festival artists, athletes and VIP's.
 
Afro-punk has invited Harley-Davidson and Brooklyn Black bike scene documentarians, Denim and Chrome, to collaborate on a custom bike show featuring dozens of exotic custom bikes created by black riders in the NYC area.  THE 1st prize winner for best show bike will win a 1800cc Screamin Eagle Twin Cam 110A engine.  The custom bike show will also serve as the backdrop for the Afro-punk Harley-Davidson/Denim and Chrome 2012 Calendar, photographed by Darius Vick, which will featureexquisite tattooed beauties each month for bike fans across the country.
 
The festival has commissioned an artist to paint over 300 skateboards as part of one large mural aka The Skate Artwall. The boards will be contested to Afro-punk fans at the Festival and Afro-punk will follow the life of the boards over the next year whether on the wall, the street or the half-pipe.
 
Described by the New York Timesas putting "rock and rebellion squarely in the category of African-American music," the Afro-punk Festival has become a Brooklyn intuition, the focal point for the burgeoning Afro-punk movement. Over the past seven years, the festival has presented new artists before they hit it big, such as Grammy-nominated Santigold, The Noisettes and Janelle Monae. Afro-punk mainstays like Saul Williams, The Dirtbombs, and Dallas Austin have also graced Afro-punk's stages.
 
Commodore Barry Park
Brooklyn, NY 11201
 
TRAINS:
B, Q, R To Deklab Ave

* www.afropunk.com *


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