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MP3: Trina - "I'm Back (Back 2 Business)"

From Papa Smirf:

MP3: Trina - "I'm Back (Back 2 Business)"

After almost 15 years, the Florida-bred Diamond Princess shows she is still the baddest chick in the game. Check out her latest hit here! TRINA "I'M BACK"  (BACK 2 BUSINESS)  Produced By. @SnatchanGrab @KParn

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Video: BJ the Chicago Kid Interview (Part 1) by SCKNOWS

From Rahn James:

Video: BJ the Chicago Kid Interview (Part 1) by SCKNOWS

During this past SXSW Festival (Austin, TX), Grant & SCKNOWS were given the opportunity to do their first Artist-to-Artist Interview with Detroit Recording Artist, Scolla, set as the interviewer and Singer/Songwriter, BJ The Chicago Kid as the Interviewee. In this two part interview, they enjoyed breakfast and discussed BJ's new project "Pineapple Now-Laters", tour life, his love for New York women and his vices among many other things. Enjoy!

MP3: D.P. Da Prophet f/ Ray G - "Takin' Shot Afta' Shot"

From J Melo:

MP3: D.P. Da Prophet f/ Ray G - "Takin' Shot Afta' Shot"

D.P. Da Prophet hooks up with Ray G for the summer drinking anthem of the year titled "Takin' Shot Afta' Shot" featuring Ray G and produced by Agony The Arson.

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MP3: BJ Cash - "Hangtime" (@imbjcash)

From Papa Smirf:

MP3: BJ Cash - "Hangtime"


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MP3: The One (feat. Knightstalker, Praverb) - "Year of the Dragon"

From Praverb:

New Music: The One (feat. Knightstalker, Praverb the Wyse, Cira, Dj Fejm) - Year of the Dragon

Polish beatmaker The One contacted me (Praverb the Wyse) about this song a few months ago and we agreed that the title "Year of the Dragon" would work. We recruited the insanely talented German emcee Knightstalker, Polish emcee Cira, and Polish Turntablist Dj Fejm. The international vibe continues as Dichter 2 Productions completed the mixing and mastering of this song.

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UPDATE: 9th Wonder Show @ Plan B This Wednesday Postponed (UK)

From The Doctor's Orders:

UPDATE: 9th Wonder Show @ Plan B This Wednesday Postponed

Please note this Wednesday's re-scheduled show & screening with 9th Wonder has been postponed until the Autumn due to complications concerning the agent putting this tour together that are completely out of our control.  All tickets already purchased will be valid for the new date or people are welcome to get a refund from the respective ticket agency.  We apologise to all of you that have gone to print on this event and ask that update and include the new details below wherever possible.


Friday 8th June: Fatlip & Homeboy Sandman @ East Village
An incredible mix of classic and brand new Hip-Hop talents at what is sure to be another packed house.

Saturday 9th June: The Doctor's Orders Brighton with Fatlip DJ Set @ Stikey Mike's
The Pharcyde legend joins us on the south coast for another seaside knees up.

Sunday 15th July: Spin Doctor's B-Day BBQ @ Cargo
The party of the summer as Spin Doctor and an all-star line up of DJs party for FREE!

Sunday 22nd July: The Nextmen BBQ @ Cargo
London's favourite DJ duo invite a crew of their musical friend to join them in throwing FREE party.

Wednesday 15th August: Elzhi (Slum Village) @ Cargo
The brilliant Detroit MC hits London to perform an exclusive date.

Saturday 1st September: Phife (A Tribe Called Quest) & Beats Rhymes & Life Screening
A real treat for all fans of the greatest Hip-Hop group of all time as we have a live show and screening.

Video: @SteddyP Opens for Snoop Dogg (16 Bars From BMR #3)

From Indyground:

Video: Steddy P Opens for Snoop Dogg (16 Bars From BMR #3)

The recent success of the tour and record brought us the opportunity to open for the legendary Snoop Dogg.

The Hip-Hop Shop #175 - Post-Memorial Day Musical Melodies

It's time for another new edition of The Hip-Hop Shop. Episode #175 is Post-Memorial Day Musical Melodies. Host Steve 'Flash' Juon picks out some cool hip-hop tunes you'll appreciate from the likes of Max Ptah, MUMBLS, MF DOOM, Minds One and some other artists whose names don't start with M! Please send your feedback to or @RapReviews on this episode! Thanks for listening and remember to share the show with a friend and tell them to check it out every Tuesday on! Don't forget to subscribe to our RSS newsfeed and follow us on Twitter so you never miss a new episode. God Bless to all troops and armed forces veterans.

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Tracks featured this week:

* Max Ptah f/ DVS - The First Time (Again)
* Oh No f/ MF DOOM - 3 Dollars
* MUMBLS f/ IamSu - Dick For Brains
* J57 f/ DJ Brace, Rasheed Chappell - Elite Status
* Savant f/ medafORACLE, Mr. Miranda - Bar Enrichment
* El Gant f/ Tek (Smif-N-Wessun) - Say Hello to the Bad Guy
* SciFi Stu f/ J.Sands, MindsOne - One Dimensional
* Luke St. John - Hold Up

Adam's World Weekly 5/28 - Separating Yourself From The Pack

Adam's World Weekly 5/28 - Separating Yourself From The Pack

Welcome to the new week everyone. I hope everyone who has today off is enjoying their Memorial Day. My week was an interesting one. On the good side of things I saw my friend Darian Cunning perform (the pics from the show are in this update), on the bad side of things I severely sprained my right big toe, which is now a lovely shade of purple. Thankfully the injury wasn't to my hands, so I can still give you this week's update, which is led off by an article on how some of the publicists I work with have separated themselves from the pack. I also have great interviews with Blockhead and Molly Moore, photo galleries from Darian Cunning's show and Enter The Cypher, a super creative Vid Pick from Vinnie Scullo, and an all new Pop Shots that takes a look at the Billboard singles chart and does a little ranting and raving about some of the songs on there.

If you dig any of these features please feel free to forward this email to a friend. I'd really appreciate it. Thanks, and enjoy!

Separating Yourself From The Pack - The Story of My 450 PR Contacts

Last week I cleaned up my contact list and found I have somewhere in the neighborhood of 450 publicist email address, the vast majority of which have been obtained through receiving emails promoting artists. When you work with that many people at once, and that many people are sending you emails on a regular basis, a lot of it can become a blur. Since there isn’t enough time in the day to read every press release and listen to every album download sent, an obvious question is how have some publicists made it so that I always open their emails, listen to the music they send (even if it’s not in my preferred physical format), and set up features for their artists on a regular basis? The answer is - it’s all about the relationship.

Everyone starts out with an email relationship. The publicists that go beyond that are the ones who win. With that in mind, I’ve put together a quick list of four ways I’ve witnessed publicists make themselves stand out from their peers, and separate themselves from the pack. These ideas don't just apply to the publicist - writer relationship, though, they apply to all business relationships, so extrapolate away!

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Pop Shots - A Look At The Charts

Welcome to your weekly dose of pop world musings. Covering all things pop culture, this week Pop Shots is hitting you with some Billboard singles chart analysis. I haven’t done this since February, so I felt it was about time to break down who’s making moves, and what I really think of their latest hits. The chart positions I'm using are from the Billboard Hot 100 as it was listed on last week, and since this is Pop Shots, you know everything is seasoned with a little bit of attitude.

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Blockhead - The Sweets Sounds of Public Access TV & Breaking Tradition
Interludes after midnight can be anything from a frantic rush to catch a train, to an encounter with someone you’d like to slow down and spend some quality time with. For producer Blockhead it’s the title of his latest album as he looks to use his unique brand of hip-hop meets downtempo instrumental production to encapsulate one of the biggest post-midnight influences from his childhood - New York public access television. It may seem like a non-traditional topic to create an album around, but as Blockhead told me, it’s not the only way he’s breaking tradition with Interludes After Midnight. When he sat down for our exclusive interview he revealed not just how public access TV inspired him, but also the intricacies of his evolving relationship with music.

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Molly Moore - The Daylight Cometh

Everyone experiences darkness in their lives, which is why 19-year-old pop singer/songwriter Molly Moore made her debut album about pushing oneself Into The Daylight.

"This EP is about getting through that darkness," she explains, "reminding yourself that there's light on the other end and that it's worth fighting for. [It's about] learning from the mistakes and pain you go through and figuring out a little more about who you are as a person from those experiences."

Moore is speaking, and singing, from firsthand experience...

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Photo Album - Darian Cunning in CT

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Photo Album - Enter The Cypher

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Vid Pick: Vinnie Scullo - SLOWHIO

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As always, thanks for reading and have a fantastic week.

- Adam B

Video: @THEREALPROZAK Interview With - Part 1

Video: Prozak (Strange Music) Interview With - Part 1

Strange Music hip-hop artist Prozak joined us for an exclusive interview backstage in Omaha, Nebraska before his performance on The Hostile Takeover 2012 tour. In part one we talk about being on such a long hip-hop tour, how he gets along with all the personalities like MGK and Tech N9ne on tour with him, the critical acclaim he gets for albums like "Tales From the Sick" and "Paranormal," why he takes so long to craft an album and if hip-hop is being devalued by putting out too much music, and how much being from Michigan influences his style. Visit for more information about The Hostile Takeover 2012 tour and stay tuned for part 2 of our interview! Follow Prozak on Twitter @THEREALPROZAK and follow us @RapReviews.

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