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Will Sullivan | Firing Pin

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Lloyd feat. Andre 3000 & Lil Wayne

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Soopafly Readies New Album, Dogg Pound Rapper/Producer, On Tour With Snoop Dogg

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Platinum music producer/rapper Soopafly has completed recording his new studio album, tentatively titled Best Kept Secret. The rapper, who is currently on Tour in Europe with Snoop Dogg, hasn’t pencilled in an exact release date for the follow-up to 2007′s Bangin West Coast, but is expected to release the disc in the fall.

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Beyonce | I Care

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BIG SID – ‘BORN ON THE BLOCK’ FT. KILLER MIKE & BIG KRIT

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Drag-On ft. Styles P “Ribbon In The Sky”

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Rockwell Knuckles – “Bullet Train Army”

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“Jordan Miles”- Jasiri X

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Tracy Chapman – Fast Car (Sean Rumsey Piano Acoustic cover)

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Asher Roth- Summertime (Ft. QUAN)

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Former Death Row Records, R&B Songstress, Jewell, Readies Book, And Album Release

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Platinum selling R&B songstress Jewell, real name Jewell Caples, a regular fixture in the Los Angeles music scene, is preparing to release a brand new book, and album this fall. The former Death Row Records singer will release a full length studio album entitled, “Blood, Sweat & Tears”, in conjunction with the release of the book, through Best Hand Entertainment.


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Jewell was signed to Death Row Records from 1992-1996, and one of the original members of the former Hip-Hop powerhouse label. She released a video and hit single “Woman to Woman”, which reached #72 on the Billboard Hot 100, and was featured singing vocals on many of Death Row’s releases including Snoop Dogg’s“Gin and Juice” and Dr. Dre’s “Let Me Ride”. Her contributions to the legendary albums, ChronicDoggystyle, and 2Pac’s All Eyez On Me, helped revolutionize a sound in the early 90’s, and quickly established her as one of the most distinctive voices in urban music. Read more…

Melyssa Ford talks Career Highlights, Community Ventures, & Karin Steffans “fabricated” book!

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