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MP3: 2 Chainz feat. Nicki Minaj - "I Love Dem Strippers"

MP3: 2 Chainz feat. Nicki Minaj - "I Love Dem Strippers"

Courtesy M3W.

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Video: D.C.M. feat. Nature - "Fly Away"

Video: D.C.M. feat. Nature - "Fly Away"

Courtesy DJ Mickey Knox.

Here is the main and clean version of Fly Away featuring the homie Nature.

Famoso "Hardtimes" Off Tales From Tha' Dopeside #TFTDS

Famoso "Hardtimes" Off Tales From Tha' Dopeside #TFTDS

Courtesy PR Dean.

Featuring the HT roster (Famoso, Tools, CountryMan, Mokeout, Rap-P & Hta Boys)
dropping Mid September. Also droppin' next week is "Me, Myself & Music" Remix
Featuring Whosane & Shabaam Sahdeeq Produced By J57 & Cuts By Dj Mickey Knox.

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@ItsLilPooh & @ZillaMuzik256 "Nigga" (Produced By Stunt N Dozier)

@ItsLilPooh & @ZillaMuzik256 – "Nigga" (Produced By Stunt N Dozier)

Courtesy O'Third.

New leak from Lil Pooh, Zilla, & DJ Dow Jones upcoming project “Paid In Full."

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Video: Shao Sosa f/ Arjay - "Kiss of the Dragon"

Video: Shao Sosa f/ Arjay - "Kiss of the Dragon"

Courtesy NFN News.

Music Produced by Charlie Ray.
Features: Shao Sosa, Arjay, B-Dub.
From the Album: The Gateway Drug (2011)
Additional Music by Sebastian Select & Earendil
Available wherever digital music is sold.

MP3: Crook Firm f/ XL (Kreators) - "To the End" (@DJAddition)

MP3: Crook Firm f/ XL (Kreators) - "To the End"

Courtesy DJ Addition.

Crook Firm consists of 3 Massachusetts born and raised lyricists that go by the names E.G.O., Galaxy & Hector Marciano. E.G.O. and Galaxy are blood brothers. The group formed in 2007 when E.G.O. and Marciano were introduced to each other by Galaxy in Loring Job Corps Center.

30 second TV spot: .

Marciano and E.G.O. made a song together with another job corp resident which became a instant campus hit and showed the chemistry Marciano and E.G.O.have on records. From then on Marciano and E.G.O. continued makin music together on Galaxy beats with Galaxy features and some other well known's like Teddy Roxpin, Reject, etc.

-In the fall of '08 Marciano and E.G.O. named the group with the two of them and Galaxy , "Crook Firm" , after hearing E.G.O. refer to the group as that in one of his lyrics. Crook Firm currently are a branch off of a dynasty with other local groups down for the Smoovement formed together called "SmooveGang".

In the past year 3 of their singles "Take You On A Ride" , "Spending", & "SEX ED"(featuring Masspike Miles) received airplay across the country. Look out for Crook Firm on the rise!

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MP3: Madchild - "Crazy Heart Print" (@MadChild57)

MP3: Madchild - "Crazy Heart Print"

Courtesy Chris @ E1.

Dope Sick In Stores August 28th.

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MP3: Qwote - "Letting Go (Cry Just a Little)" (@IAmQwote)

MP3: Qwote - "Letting Go (Cry Just a Little)"

Courtesy Future Star.

Qwote is back with another banger. Listen closely to the record for a surprise guest feature. Look for his new album L.U.S.T. (Living Under Sin Truthfully) coming soon on Ultra Records.  Before the album drops you can also expect his brand new mixtape titled Addicted To Her.  We appreciate the support of all you DJ's and Blogs as always.


MP3: Blow f/ Quis - "All I Do Is Ball" (@kurtisblowyms01)

MP3: Blow f/ Quis - "All I Do Is Ball"

Courtesy Papa Smirf.

#IME Artist and internet sensation BLOW has taken to NYC and 106 and Park w/ DJ D Strong from 102jamz and is debuting his new club smash (spinning in Tampa-Saint Petersburg-Orlando-Miami) All I Do Is Ball ft Quis. Follow Blows social media at @kurtisblowyms01 and at .

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New Kottonmouth Kings Mile High Album From Suburban Noize

New Kottonmouth Kings Mile High Album From Suburban Noize Records

Courtesy Kerosene Media.

Kottonmouth Kings are more than just a group, they’re a institution ingrained into the fabric of the underground independent music scene.  They’ve transcended labels and stereotypes to become pioneers and vanguards that have helped inspire and revolutionize the music industry.
Throughout the Kottonmouth Kings 15-year career, they have refused to remain stagnant.  Without the aid of radio, MTV, or mainstream press, the Kings have managed to evolve and enjoy some of the best success of their career more than a decade after the release of their debut album.
After experimenting with mellow tones on “Sunrise Sessions” Kottonmouth Kings return with a vengeance to the hard edge sound their fans want.  The highly successful debut single and video “Hold It In” was a massive hit amongst the fan base with over 200K views in less than a month.

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