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Substance Abuse Video: "What It Takes"
Courtesy Ballin PR.
Los Angeles hip-hop duo Substance Abuse return to hip-hop with their sophomore LP, Background Music. Consisting of emcee Eso Tre and Subz, Substance Abuse pull no punches on their latest offering: The 18 track collection is a hard-hitting, funky rap album that feels distinctly LA. The LP features MC Eiht, Tash of Alkaholiks, Percee P, Max Julien (The Mack), Sadat X of Brand Nubian, Myka 9, and KRS-One.
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Audio: Little Vic - "The Squeeze" (prod. DJ Supa Dave)
Courtesy DJ Mickey Knox.
Little Vic viciously tears through a banger provided by Supa Dave. He felt he needed to drop a braggadocio, murderous track for his fans... here it is. This track was originally created for a project with DCM, but I commandeered it & decided to leak it. Shout to my dude Peter Leo who amped me up during the session, and joined me on the hook. Shout to Menza who brought me the beat, and was present during the original & final sessions.
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Audio: Caspa Narkz - Valley Of Death
Courtesy Erick P.
Below is a track from artist Caspa Narkz. We love the site and would love this track to be featured on it.
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Audio: R-Mean f/ Joe Budden "Talkin To You"
Courtesy Matt B.
Armenia is a small country of fewer than four million people sitting in the south caucus region of Asia and landlocked between Turkey, Azerbadjian, Georgia, and Iran. You should know this because Los Angeles is in fact home to one of the largest Armenian immigrant enclaves in the world. Celebrities Serj Tankian and Kim Kardashian (who both grew up in Los Angeles) have each made a powerful impact on their respective fields of alternative music and reality television.
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Soul Khan: New Psalm EP + New Video!
I present to you the Psalm EP. Produced by Abnormal with guest vocals by Arthur Lewis, Nicholas Ryan Gant, & Akie Bermiss.
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Free DL: Butta Verses - 'Everywhere & Nowhere'
After treating fans and new listeners to his two previously released leaks "That's Me" (produced by Lord Finesse) and "Always" (feat. Crystalia), the Bronx-bred spitter Butta Verses finally unveils his free fourteen track release Everywhere & Nowhere, for free download. The project boasts production from Marco Polo, The Mighty V.I.C. (The Beatnuts, Groove Merchantz, Ghetto Pros), BeanOne (of Dyme Def) and more, and is being released by Beats & Rhymes, a sub division of DeWolfe Music USA that specializes in music licensing for film and TV.
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Video: DJ Paul "Shut Em Down"
Courtesy Dove @ Tygereye.
Here is the official video for "Shut Em Down", DJ Paul's latest visual from A Person of Interest, directed by Charlie P.
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Audio: Wem f/ Rockie Fresh - "One Day At A Time"
Courtesy Matt B.
Following up his 2011 debut mixtape, The Unexpected, New Jersey product Wem return’s with his sophomore mixtape Intellectual Arrogance, which features guests and production from Maybach Music Group artist Rockie Fresh, Neako, Nickelus F, Cardo and more.
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Video: Supastition "Yada Yada" (Prod. by Marco Polo)
The official music video from Charlotte’s own, Supastition, as he returns with the Marco Polo produced, “Yada Yada”. The music video is directed by Shamus Coneys of Spacecraft Films. The adrenaline-charged “Yada Yada” is the first single off “The Blackboard EP,” which will be released on Tuesday, January 15, 2013 via Supastition's Bandcamp.
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Masta Killa: New Video + Album Out Today
Courtesy Nature Sounds.
It's been six long years, but Wu-Tang Clan's secret weapon is back. Masta Killa's new album Selling My Soul hits physical and digital stores everywhere today, and to celebrate he's debuting a new music video. Produced by PF Cuttin, "Things Just Ain't The Same" is a soulful trip down memory lane for those who remember the good old days. Selling My Soul also features production from the likes of 9th Wonder, Inspectah Deck, and Mathematics.
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