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One To Watch: Mikel Ameen

Mikel Ameen

The talented 20 year old who hails from North London is breaking onto the urban scene. His self-produced beats layered with politically-edged lyrics makes him a refreshing addition to rap music. He’s already supported Hip-Hop icons Wu-tang Clan, Public Enemies and Immortal Technique and has immersed himself in the festival and PA circuit – Mikel Ameen is ready to take …

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New Music: Mack Wilds – “New York: A Love Story” (Full Album Stream)

Mack Wilds - New York A Love Story Album cover art

Tristian ‘Mack’ Wilds buzzing from his first single “Own It,” and follow-up “Henny,” the singer/actor has described the project as a Hip-Hop-centered, R&B-laced tale of love and loss. Growing up in New York City, Mack was immersed in music and recounts his surroundings, living in the inner-city and listening to hip-hop as his major inspiration to record this album – …

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New Music: Drake Unveils ‘Nothing Was The Same’ Teaser Trailer

Drake - Nothing was the same - Cover Art

Today, Drake released a 32-second trailer for “Nothing Was the Same”, which features a procession of luxury cars including a black Bugatti, a white Bentley and a white Lamborghini. The video flashes to the album’s cover art, and the clip ends with “9.24.13 | Nothing Was The Same” on the screen. As the video notes, “Nothing Was The Same” is …

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New Music: Eminem – “Berzerk” (Explicit) (Video)

Eminem is back with his tune “Berzerk” “Berzerk” is produced by renowned American music producer Rick Rubin. The song, released on August 27, 2013 via Twitter, is the first single from Eminem’s upcoming eighth studio album The Marshall Mathers LP 2. The song samples Billy Squier’s “The Stroke”, as well as the Beastie Boys’ “The New Style” and “Fight for …

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Video: Mrs Carter World Tour – Jay Z joins Beyonce on Stage

During her performance at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center last night, Beyoncé brought out husband and collaborator Jay Z for a one-off live rendition of the Magna Carta Holy Grail track, “Tom Ford.” Transitioning from the fiercely independent “Bow Down,” Jay Z proceeds to jump on stage amidst a chorus of screams and then launches into an energetic performance of “Tom Ford” before Beyonce …

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