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MP3: Garrick Rawls - "Here We Go"


From J. Melo:

MP3: Garrick Rawls - "Here We Go"

Garrick Rawls is a producer and rapper from Huntsville, Alabama. He prides himself off making quality music and is signed to a company named Foreignity. He made a name for himself by having 1.5 million hits on YouTube. He is currently working on multiple singles.

MP3: Dice Music/BMF's Tuge - "Devil in All Black"


From Zack Einhorn:

MP3: Dice Music/BMF's Tuge - "Devil in All Black"

"DEVIL IN ALL BLACK" (FREESTYLE) http://hulkshare.com/cdu7bodtwron .

"MOMENT FOR LIFE" (FREESTYLE) http://hulkshare.com/t6jjzfsjse2o .

Video: Wiz Khalifa Names His Top 5 of the New Generation


From Zack Einhorn:

Video: Wiz Khalifa Names His Top 5 of the New Generation

MP3: T.I. f/ Jackie-O, Rocko - "I Can't Help It (G-Mix)"


From J. Melo:

MP3: T.I. f/ Jackie-O, Rocko - "I Can't Help It (G-Mix)"

Jackie-O otherwise known as the baddest bitch in Miami joins T.I. and Rocko for the G-Mix to "I Can't Help It" originally featured on T.I.'s "No Mercy" album. Jackie-O's "Strait From The Underground" mixtape hosted by DJ Bobby Black coming soon.



Video: Show Banga & Moe Green - "I Does This"


From Audible Treats:

Video: Show Banga & Moe Green - "I Does This"

MP3: Murdah Baby f/ Gucci Mane - "Hurtn Feeling'z"


From "The New 50":

MP3: Murdah Baby f/ Gucci Mane - "Hurtn Feeling'z"

Download Link: http://limelinx.com/files/af77e61f3f52d0a97e3e1abb3e6d8552 .

MP3: Rich Kidd - "Let a Round Clap" (prod. J Cardim)


From J. Melo:

MP3: Rich Kidd - "Let a Round Clap" (prod. J Cardim)

Last week, the online world saw the music video by Bishop Lamont featuring Nate Dogg & SoNReal, produced by Warren G. That track and video, "I'm Faded" made its rounds all throughout the online spectrum. "I'm Faded" serves as the first single and visual to DJ Dow Jones & Mr. Peter Parker's "The Free Trade Agreement" original mixtape dropping on February 14th. Today, we drop the second leak off the project. Rich Kidd is one of Canada's best known up and coming artists, and he hooks up with super-producer J. Cardim (Joe Budden, etc) for "Let A Round Clap."

"Let a Round Clap" (prod. by J Cardim)

MP3: Ying Yang Twins - "Boomerang"


From BF Blasts:

MP3: Ying Yang Twins - "Boomerang"

* http://www.mediafire.com/?ayu53vr4sh3e4yr *

MP3: Ace Reporter - "Arcade Fire Cover"


From Audible Treats:

MP3: Ace Reporter - "Arcade Fire Cover"

First NYC Show Announcement     02.10.2011
Ace to Debut Live Show in Williamsburg, BK

The Show:

(February 10, 2011 - New York, NY) Brooklyn singer-songwriter Ace Reporter is excited to announce his first live show on Thursday, February 17th at Cameo Gallery in Williamsburg, BK. Backed by a full band, the show promises to be an energetic affair for fans and will feature a multiplicity of songs from Ace's ambitious threesixfive project. Ace Reporter will be hitting the stage at 9:00PM for an hour long set – tickets will be available at the door at Cameo Gallery for $5. Thursday's performance will also double as a release party for the Sleepyhead EP, a five song collection of introspective tracks culled from Ace's vast melodious library.

Ace Reporter is also pleased to offer his rendition of Arcade Fire's "We Used to Wait". Recorded by Ace in December as part of a weeklong tribute to his favorite albums of 2010, this re-imagining of Arcade Fire's anthemic track features soaring violins interlaced with Ace's disarming vocals. In addition to offering the song for free download, Ace is proud to present a montage video which finds his cover song set to photographs taken by his friends – join him below on this journey of vocals and visuals.

Download Ace Reporter - "We Used To Wait" (Arcade Fire cover): http://soundcloud.com/myacereporter/day-339-we-used-to-wait-arcade-fire .

Watch the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAfZ38Llf84 .

Download the Sleepyhead EP: http://acereporter.bandcamp.com/album/sleepyhead-ep .

Chuck D's "By the Time I Got to Arizona" Art to Premier 3/4


From Dunn Deal PR:

Chuck D's "By the Time I Got to Arizona" Art to Premier March 4th

Where does racial profiling end when it’s the law? This is only one of the many questions Public Enemy founder and music visionary Chuck D poses with By The Time I Got To Arizona, an explosive fine art collaboration created under his specific direction that foreshadows the future of America if policies based on profiling continue.  For his first foray into fine art, Chuck has worked hand-in-hand with artist Ravi Dosaj of creativity house SceneFour - whose recent art project with RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan was named “The Greatest Painting Of 2010” by Village Voice – re-engineering a variety of traditional 20th century American imagery to create a frighteningly accurate portrait of a country eating itself.  With a release set slated for March 4th, those interested in learning more before the public unveiling are encourage to sign up exclusively at www.theartofchuckd.com.

P.E. frontman Chuck D has made a career out of saying the kinds of things that, even, twenty years later, mainstream America still isn’t ready to hear. 1988’s It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back album revolutionized music, had the entire world shouting fight the power, heralded hip-hop’s ‘Golden Era’, and has made every critic’s best-albums-ever list since. It also set the tone for Chuck’s ascendancy to the self-appointed post of hip-hop’s elder statesman, during which he has answered to the titles of writer, producer, label owner, orator, radio host and narrator. He has testified before Congress, and was responsible for releasing one of the first albums in the mp3 format. He has collaborated with Janet Jackson, John Mellencamp, Rage Against The Machine, Sonic Youth and Henry Rollins among many others.

Though the piece won’t be shown publicly until March 4, 2011, the concept behind the work is described as “a future Arizona border created in a sophisticated collage utilizing a cache of recognizable figures (created over the last 100 years) to show how our “nation of immigrants” has been lost to legislation.  Hidden within the piece are more than 30 various figures, lyrics, and messages for viewers to find. Arizona, which takes its name from Public Enemy’s classic 1991 song “By The Time I Get To Arizona”, picks up where Chuck’s recently released track “Tear Down That Wall” left off, keeping the spotlight on what he feels is one of America’s most important issues today, in a style guaranteed to raise some eyebrows. Each piece in this epic release comes with an authenticity placard, is numbered and signed by Chuck, and features his original handprints on the canvas in acrylic paint. Only 500 drafts will exist in the world.

By The Time I Got To Arizona will be released March 4, 2011. Visit www.theartofchuckd.com or www.legacyoften.com for more details as they become available.


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