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Monday, January 26, 2015

Detroit Hip Hop Artist Jovie Drops The 24 Hour Project | @WhoIsJovie

Detroit Hip Hop Artist Jovie Drops The 24 Hour Project

Detroit Hip Hop Artist Jovie Drops The 24 Hour Project

With all this press, I'm sure by now You're wondering Who Is Jovie?
His Buzz is Growing Fast, Havent heard of him? I'm sure you will soon.
Detroit Hip-Hop Artist Jovie continues to prove just how talented he really is! 
Just a few hours ago he released #The24HourProject
 which includes 5 classic tracks, written and recorded within a 24 hour time span, hence the title#The24HourProject .Its projects like this that leads me to believe there's still hope left for Hip-Hop as a whole.To deliver such quality work in such little time easily sets Jovie in a different bracket 
amongst his peers.
 See for your self, its available for free at the link below .


Bubble Eye Drops Praying For The Lost | @_bubbleeye

Bubble Eye Drops Praying For The Lost

Bubble Eye Drops Praying For The Lost

As he prepares to drop a new mixtape soon, Chicago artist Bubble Eye keeps the content coming, and today releases a new record called "Praying For The Lost", produced by Yaya. The Mubu Gang representer continues to showcase his growth as an artist with each offering he releases

Click The Link Below To Hear This Record



Miz MAF - "Act Right Video" {Dir. By @4everChion} @MizMAF @StreetSpittas

In the clip for the Philly MC's latest banger, he drops words of wisdom for the younger generation to abide by, and he also provides a visual that was inspired by one of Ice Cube's most iconic music videos.



About a month and a half after unveiling the video for "That White" featuring fellow Philadelphia rapper Freeway, Miz MAF returns with his latest banger, “Act Right.” Throughout the hypnotic track, produced by Mello Dee Beats, Double M uses his energetic pinpoint flow to masterfully emphasize the message of coming correct in the streets.

The MC accomplishes that with sharp, direct, and fairly-repetitive lines that'll stay on the brain for days, like with the rhyme, "When you out there doin' your thing, you better make sure you're true to the game / 'Cause when you're out there fuckin' the game up, the game gonna fuck up your name." As a product, and veteran, of the streets, Miz MAF feels its his responsibility to pass along these gems of knowledge. "It's a play on conscience, [like] just act right when you out here living life," he says. "I took some of my everyday real life scenarios and played 'em out in [an] open-ended form, like if people [were] me or were in these situations, what would you do? You better act right!"

He continues, "I'm from the streets, so I had to inspire the people the only way I knew how -- through what I've been through in the streets." In the video above, Miz MAF is in the streets of Philadelphia, and later a recording studio, performing the song, all while visually telling a story of young gangsters making fraudulent and deceptive deals, which later comes back to haunt them. Also, there is a man standing outside a convenience store holding cardboard signs which read "WILL RAP FOR LIKES," thus adding a clever and sly incorporation of Facebook, and perhaps on a deeper level, real life, acceptance.

Truth be told, the idea for the treatment was sparked by a trio of 90s west coast hip-hop artists. "The actual visual concept came from Ice Cube's video 'True To The Game,' in which all day he [was] going around trunking people who [were] being frauds and not true," Miz MAF explains. "Also, I mixed in a lil' bit of Dr. Dre and Snoop's video for "Dre Day," [as] both [their video and Ice Cube's] had an 'exposing the fake' feel to it, which is what my song calls for."

Billy GRAM ft. P-LO & Jon Dough - "Work That" | @BillyGRAM @iJonDough @HBKPLO

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Billy GRAM drops off a single featuring HBK P-Lo and Jon Dough for the clubs. Produced by Larry Lucciano,​ "Work That",​ is sure to get the party started and get the ladies active.



Bubble Eye - "Praying For The Lost" | @_bubbleeye

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As he prepares to drop a new mixtape soon, Chicago artist Bubble Eye keeps the content coming, and today releases a new record called "Praying For The Lost", produced by Yaya. The Mubu Gang representer continues to showcase his growth as an artist with each offering he releases.

Twitter: @_bubbleeye


DC Young Fly talks Supplyin Pressure, hints at Wild N Out, & more w/ @HipHopsRevival | @DCYoungFly

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Hip Hops Revival recently linked with Dc Young Fly and talked with him about his latest project, Supplyin Pressure. He also tells us that he wants to work with Jim Carrey and a list of other comedians.


DJ Skroog Mkduk - "30 Min Hip-Hop Mix" | @SkroogMkduk

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30 min hiphop mix by DJ Skroog Mkduk perfect for a workout. Featuring Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, Nicki Minaj, Tyga, Chris Brown, French Montana, Kid Ink, Rowdy Rebel (GS9), Quilly, Remy Ma and more!! Follow @skroogmkduk on twitter.

DJ Skroog Mkduk - "Party Mix 2" Mixtape | @SkroogMkduk

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DJ SKroog Mkduk (Coast2CoastDJ, NerveDJ, Top 100 Mixtape DJ In World, G Unit Promotions) releases this weeks mixtape installment featuring new music from Lil Wayne, Drake, Yo Gotti, Rich Homie Quan, Boosie, Chris Brown, Tyga, Cashout, K Camp, Remy Ma, Kidd Kidd, Troy Ave, Fat Joe, and more!! These dope rhymes and hard hitting beats are sure to entertain. Follow @skroogmkduk on twitter and visit www.djskroogmkduk.com


Hollow Da Don - "Yola" Video {Prod. By Ghxst Beats} @HollowDaDon @MTMovieStar

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@HollowDaDon proves his music is trash to fans around the world with "Yola" a new video shot in HD just like your favorite rappers from BET, MTV and Youtube. Make sure you hashtag #YOLA on twitter and help promote this trash! Go support his Ep on iTunes 'I Don't Make Music, I Battle Rap"

Download Yola (single) on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/yola...

BabeHound ft Cory Gunz - "Bout That" | @BabeHound @CoryGunz

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BabeHound "Bout That" Featuring Cory Gunz 


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Singer Scarlet Baxter Drops Down With It | @ScarletBaxter @OnePercentmgmt

Singer Scarlet Baxter Drops Down With It

Singer Scarlet Baxter Drops Down With It



Sunday, January 25, 2015

Arizona Rapper Sincerely Collins Drops Light Work Featuring Rittz & Jarren Benton | @SincereCollins , @therealRITTZ , @JarrenBenton


Arizona Rapper Sincerely Collins Drops Light Work Featuring Rittz & Jarren Benton

Arizona MC Sincerely Collins drops a super banger featuring Strange Music's own Rittz & Funk Volume's Jarren Benton. The name of this record is called "Light Work" and the song is from his upcoming album Destroyer. Which will be released February 16, 2015 via DJ Bootleg Kev & Collins' 'Better Different Music Group' imprint. 

The Arizona rapper just came of a Controversial verse on the "Arizona Vs Everybody" joint that put the entire Arizona marketplace in a frenzy. Check out this record right here right now. Trust me when I tell you, this joint goes pretty hard. 
Sincerely Collins Bio:
Born August 30th 1989, Kyle Collins faced adversity at an early age in life after the disappearance of his mother, Lisa Jameson. With his father not around he was taken in by his grandparents where he would develop into the man he is today. At a very young age he came to the realization that he was different and unique. At the age of 13, he spent a night at his cousins house who happened to be a rapper and witnessed his first studio session, this would change his life forever. graduating at the age of 17, Kyle immersed himself into his music career.After several years  of unfulfilling ventures that did not take him in the direction that he saw himself as an artist, Kyle found himself back to square one. Facing difficulty all of his life he used this experience as a stepping stone and not as a road block. Eventually he meet his current manager Irin “Iroc” Daniels who saw the true talent in him. Kyle found this to be the perfect opportunity to project his voice to the public without being forced into conforming his style to the current mainstream music trends . Immediately Kyle quit his job and focused all his energy into his music. His passion for music became stronger than the necessity to live a normal life thus finding himself homeless and eventually living in a make-shift loft above the recording studio. For the next year, Kyle dedicated his every moment to the edification of his craft and the completion of his album as well as his mixtape. His compelling story has shaped Kyle into a strong individual possessing a unique outlook on life. Kyle is dedicated to making music that will transcend though generations to come.


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