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Audio: @RealPlayya1000 @Dee1Music - "We Get It In"

Audio: Playya 1000 f/ Dee-1 - "We Get It In"

2SPR: Playya 1000 and Dee-1's "We Get It In" is the perfect collaboration. The 20/20 Movement from Tulsa, Ok meets Mission Vision from New Orleans, La. Positive Energy is contagious over a fierce Deeksta beat both true emcees drop fire verses minus the ignorance!

TIHHM: Sha Money XL Responds To 50 Cent

TIHHM: Sha Money XL Responds To 50 Cent

Sha Money XL has responded via Twitter to 50 Centís allegations that the Epic Records executive asked for more money...
Press Release: @GospelLee's 'Brilliant' Lands on Billboard Charts

Press Release: Gospel Lee's 'Brilliant' Lands on Billboard Charts

GL: Gospel Lee's sophomore EP Brilliant debuted on Billboard this week. This marks the Arizona lyricist's first appearance on the charts as the independently released album sits at #47 on the Christian Albums Chart and #5 on the Heatseakers Midwest Region chart. Brilliant is joined on the Christian Albums chart by Tobymac's This Is Not A Test at no. 1, Lecrae's Anomaly at no.19, and NF's Mansion at no. 20. Brilliant is available on Itunes or Amazon.

Audio: @YungKha1 - "Love Dat" (@JoeBayer)

Audio: Yung Kha - "Love Dat"

Joe: Born and bred in New Jersey, Yung Kha started rapping when he was just 9 years old. Kha grew up in the streets and ultimately ended up getting entangled with the law. Although he wasn't able to avoid spending time in prison, Yung Kha managed to refocus upon getting released and opted to put all of his efforts into creating a successful music career.

Video: A$AP Rocky - "Everyday" (@asvpxrocky @Biz3)

Video: A$AP Rocky - "Everyday"

Biz 3: A$AP Rocky premieres his video for "Everyday" featuring Rod Stewart, Miguel and Mark Ronson, today on Apple Music Connect. Shot in Los Angeles, London and Paris over six days, the captivating visual gives a glimpse into the journey to fame and over indulgence. The video was directed by Emmanuel Cossu x Fleur & Manu (Skrillex, Drake), produced by Roman Pichon Herrera (alt-J) and executive produced by Jules De Chateleux (Disclosure, alt-J).
Audio: Young MillioNaire$ "Came From The Bottom" (@YMNent305 @Tygereye @FlyLikeDove)

Audio: Young MillioNaire$ - "Came From The Bottom"

Dove: Cashmeir, Lipp and Keo of Miami collective Young MillioNaire$ are hitting the airwaves with their fan favorite "Came From The Bottom" single today. Backed by a bright, thumping Supa Orland-produced track, YMN brings enough heat for all the Summer parties!

Video: IDE & Lucky Loopiano Present "No Patience" Snippet (@CJMHipHop)

Video: IDE & Lucky Loopiano Present "No Patience" Snippet

CJM: IDE & Lucky Loopiano present "No Patience" snippet. Breathe Easy Creative Juices Music.

Audio: Sene - "This Kinda Low" (prod. @J57) @WrittenBySene

Audio: Sene - "This Kinda Low" (prod. J57)

J: he's currently working on writing and producing a handful of different artists' projects.. this song is from his third solo album (the first one entirely produced by himself) "The Extraordinary Pleasure of Being Someone Else" which will be out in 2016.

Audio: @ProbCause f/ Saba - "M.I.A." (@AudibleTreats)

Audio: ProbCause f/ Saba - "M.I.A."

A.T.: With His Drifters Project Releasing Friday, the Chicago Rapper Shares an Energetic Teaser, Debuted by Complex.

Audio: @GoldLink f/ Louie Lastic - "Movin' On" (@Biz3)

Audio: GoldLink f/ Louie Lastic - "Movin' On"

Biz3: GoldLink is going on tour with Mac Miller and in celebration he teamed up with his day one producer Louie Lastic, who was the backbone of The God Complex, for the loosie track "Movin' On." Hard at work on his follow-up project, And After That, We Didn't Talk with the support of Soulection, the XXL 2015 Freshman will be taking to the road for 28 dates with Mac as well as Tory Lanez.

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