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Video: Khaos Da Rapper - "The Wiz (Freestyle)"


From Hood Affairs On Demand:

Video: Khaos Da Rapper - "The Wiz (Freestyle)"

MP3: Astro Baker - "Astral Projection"


From Digi Crates Records:

MP3: Astro Baker - "Astral Projection"

Digi Crates Records presents UK's jazzy, warm, soul-hop elite instrumental producer, "Astro Baker" and his second only release to date, "Manifesto Expansion Vol. 1". For fans of neo-soul and instrumental jazzy hip-hop. Available now @ iTunes, Amazon, eMusic etc. CD version available June 7th.

* http://soundcloud.com/digicratesrecords/astro-baker-astral-projection *

MP3: Ray J f/ Rico Love - "Bananaz"


From Future Star Music:

MP3: Ray J f/ Rico Love - "Bananaz"

CLEAN MP3: http://limelinx.com/files/7201f8e220fe9096ed0f6ee7547642b7 .

DIRTY MP3: http://limelinx.com/files/72865a7a0df36da4e689cacdf321e413 .

MP3: Y-Love feat. TJ Di Hitmaker - "The Takeover"


From Diamond Music Group:

MP3: Y-Love feat. TJ Di Hitmaker - "The Takeover"

Y-Love who has been coined as "making hip-hop kosher" by XXL, is back with latest offering, See Me which was just released on May 17th.  In promotion of this EP, we are pleased to present you with the project's lead single, "The Takeover" produced by Diwon and featuring Jamaican dancehall artist Tj Di Hitmaker on a track that explodes with pounding rhythms and clever wordplay. If you like what you hear, you can cop the whole whole EP here on iTunes. 

STREAM/DOWNLOAD:

"The Takeover" | SoundCloud
"The Takeover" | MediaFire
"The Takeover" | HulkShare

MP3: Lloyd Banks f/ Fabolous - "Money Chase"

Video: FaithSFX f/ Wretch 32 - "Play Hard"


From 730Promo:

Video: FaithSFX f/ Wretch 32 - "Play Hard"

Armageddon Goes Solo with The Journal Vol. 1: Rebirth


From Semp Rok:

Armageddon Goes Solo with The Journal Vol. 1: Rebirth (Deluxe Edition)

Former Terror Squad member, Armageddon, succeeds in the release of his first solo project, The Journal Vol. 1: Rebirth (Deluxe Edition), on SoFlo Entertainment/Geddy Music/Fat Beats. 

Miami, FL US – May 31, 2010 – Today marks the release of Armageddon’s first official solo project, The Journal Vol. 1: Rebirth (Deluxe Edition).  Both digital and physical copies are now available for this 8 track release, which continues to showcase Armageddon’s relentless lyrical style of embodying each and every song he writes to as is proved with tracks like “Dance with the Devil” and “It’s Over (Remix) featuring Fat Joe & N.O.R.E.. Yet his versatility is unfolded as he reaches emotions beyond the gritty street rhymes and tones it down with “Get Yours” and “Sending My Love”, where he expressed a heart felt rhyme dedication to his uncle on the first verse, while on the second he voices a special message to his fans who have long awaited this release. This deluxe edition release also includes exclusive tracks: “Self Destruction” featuring Fat Man D and “No Sense.”  This former Terror Squad member is now ready to venture on his own for the spotlight.

After the outpour of fan pictures sent to Armageddon via twitter for his latest music video “Sending My Love”, Armageddon has decided to run a contest for his fans. More details will be posted shortly via his twitter (@GeddyMusic). Geddy Music and SoFlo Entertainment are preparing to release his second project The Journal Vol. II : Outbreak later on this year, along with more surprises to come.

Preview album online: http://bit.ly/ixR9nt

Purchase physical: The Journal Volume 1: Rebirth (Deluxe Edition)

Cover Art: http://bit.ly/iBIKQo

Track Listing

1. Imma Get Mine

2. Dance With The Devil

3. Get Yours [Watch Music Video]

4. Rap Therapy
5. No Sense
6. Self Destruction (Ft. Fat Man D)
7. Sending My Love [Watch Music Video]
8. It’s Over (Ft. Fat Joe & N.O.R.E.) [Watch Music Video]

About Armageddon

In maintaining his longevity in the music industry, Armageddon has embarked on new endeavors that display his versatility, as well as his diverse interests in the music business with his own entity, Geddy Music. In regards to his latest venture, Armageddon declares, “I love to create and innovate, whether it is entertainment, technology, fashion or business in general. I was idle as a Terror Squad artist. I felt it was time to evolve from background man to front liner. His first solo project The Journal Vol. 1: Rebirth is out now on SoFlo Entertainment/Geddy Music/Fat Beats.

More Info:                     Http://www.GeddyMusic.com

                                    Http://www.SoFloEntertainment.com

"Each Step Becomes Elevated" f. Ras Kass, Evidence, Krondon, Rel!g!on


From Dunn Deal PR:

"Each Step Becomes Elevated" f. Ras Kass, Evidence, Krondon, Rel!g!on

download the album at http://wanderingworx.com/artists/general-monks
"Moors Code" (Soundcloud)http://soundcloud.com/wanderingworx/moors-code-general-monks
"Kill Ya Self" f. Ras Kass, Montage One, Killer Ben (Soundcloud)http://soundcloud.com/wanderingworx/kill-ya-self-general-monks

Planet Asia on Twitter | TriState on TwitterWanderingWorx.com | Wandering Worx on Facebook 

Wandering Worx Entertainment proudly presents Each Step Becomes Elevated, the new album from General Monks a.k.a. Planet Asia and TriState. Sponsored by Esbe Clothing, the album features Ras Kass, Montage One, Phil Da Agony, Krondon, Killer Ben, Killa Kali, Styliztik Jones and Rogue Venom as well as production from Evidence, Rel!g!on, Josh The Goon, Jansport J, Twizthebeatpro, Lee Bannon, DJ Woool and AsterixSince starting out as a fledgling MC in the early '90s, TriState has laid his signature vibrato over beats by DJ Khalil, Thayod Azur and Soul Nana. Asia has been nominated for a Grammy and won several awards since he started rapping in 1992. He has won The Source Magazine's Independent Album of the Year twice. Elevated is the newest release from Wandering Worx, the Canadian label responsible for recent releases from Moka Only and DaiN.

video: "Trouble" (produced by Josh The Goon)

MP3: The Freeze Tag - "The Voices (Turnbull Green Remix)"


From Audible Treats:

MP3: The Freeze Tag - "The Voices (Turnbull Green Remix)"

Following Packed Show At Rock Shop The Freeze Tag Release New Remix

The Song:

After playing to a packed house at Brooklyn's famed Rock Shop, The Freeze Tag set their eyes on the future, and on the road. The night was organized under the group's newly announced artist collective, Daylight Curfew, and saw performances by The Freeze Tag, Eka, Echoes Alike, Grimace, Cassettes Won't Listen, and Turnbull Green, the latter of whom also turns in the latest remix from The Freeze Tag's newly released Hamster Kid EP. Turnbull's remix is for "The Voices," the second song on the EP, and also the track that begins Hamster Kid's journey as he looks to break free from artistic restriction and his capture in an underground complex. While the original laid a bed of haunting instrumentation, courtesy of Cassettes Won't Listen, for Bisco Smith's weaving tale, Turnbull's remix turns things to the frenetic, with break-neck speed drums and joined by rapid percussion, all of which is balanced and contrasted by remix's understated instrumentation.

The Freeze Tag also recently landed a highly sought-after performance on the respected radio program WNYC's Soundcheck, syndicated nationally through NPR. The duo also has plans to perform this summer in Los Angeles, with a nationwide tour this fall. For all music and touring updates fans can check out thefreezetag.com

Download Turnbull Green's remix of The Freeze Tag's "The Voices" here: http://media.audibletreats.com/The_Freeze_Tag-The_Voices_TurnbullGreen_RMX.mp3 .

MP3: Lloyd f/ Trey Songz, Young Jeezy - "Be the One"


From M3W:

MP3: Lloyd f/ Trey Songz, Young Jeezy - "Be the One"

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


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