[Mixtape] @DjKhasperBhinks – Music’s Most Wanted Volume 8

[Mixtape] Dj Khasper Bhinks - Music's Most Wanted Volume 8

“MUSIC’S MOST WANTED” Volume 8 is a unique collaboration of several Artists and Groups worldwide showcasing their talent. Each one offers a different sound which allows their music to be sure please a large variety of ears. This project personally involves Artists; Sleep Depp, King Lon Da Great, Dirty O, Young Breed,Uncle Buc, Tamara Bubble, King B Weezy, Jimmy Gray,le GOON, Kebba, JJ Mangino, Ayebe Proetq, Just Hits, Pistol Pat, Young Saint The Great, Bigg Ant, VAR-DON, Blakhoody Hound, J-OTEY, Illmattic, Hatchett Tha 1st, Rent Gang, Tarzan This project involves Artists / Groups from areas around the world such as; Odense, Denmark – California, Louisiana, New York, Michigan, Washington DC, Ohio,Florida, Iowa, Texas, New England, Tennessee, Virgina, West Virgina, and more!

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[Video] @Reemcassanova – ‘Da Man’

[Video] Reem Cassanova - 'Da Man'

The “Da Man” Music Video by Reem Cassanova. The video is directed by Oswaldo Reyes. Watch Reem as he explains how he has become “Da Man”.

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Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Vol. 269 – Hosted By @Pharoahemonch

269-Coast 2 Coast

Pharoahe Monch, a rapper from Queens, New York, is known for his complex lyrics and delivery, and internal and multisyllabic rhyme schemes.

Acclaimed for his complex rapping technique, Allmusic says he has “a reputation as one of underground hip hop’s pre-eminent lyricists, crafting intricate and intelligent raps.” Kool Moe Dee ranks him at 26 in his best MCs of all time list, from his book, There’s a God on the Mic; “Pharoahe Monch is like an eloquent linguistics professor moonlighting as a rhyme serial killer terrorist, challenging the listeners’ I.Q. while daring him or her to keep up.”


01. Pharoahe Monch ft DJ Revolution – Get Down
02. Sometimes produced by Da Dreak feat Slim Gravy(A.Dd+)
03. Isaiah – Putcha Your Hands Up
04. Grant Flows – Yeah, Right Ft. Will is Chillin’ (Prod by GreenFinch)
05. D.R.E – Open Season (GrimStyle)
06. DC(DA CHAMP) – Nuyorican
07. Nick I Am A Don ft Matty Malone – Understand
08. King Prince – Let Em Go
09. Mike Fuego – Nothings ever promised tomorrow today
10. Dolla Black – Ain’t F_ckin Wit Me (Dirty)
11. BlizzBlakk – Money Bags
12. Illinoisboy – That Number ft. Johnny May Cash
13. KingBanksDinero – Juuggin
14. SwatBoi YB – How Bout Dat
16. M-Twist – The Ransom
17. 120 – No Love
18. Knuckles – Casket Drops
19. Kool.K – Money X4
20. Tommy T – Blunt Smoka

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[Video] @Soulful1s – “December 21st” (Cold War/ Bonfire Remakes)

[Video] S.O.U.L - "December 21st" (Cold War/ Bonfire Remakes)

S.O.U.L is an independent hip hop duo based in Memphis, TN. With a sound reminiscent and influenced by musical greats, Outkast and A Tribe Called Quest; S.O.U.L brings an energy and charisma to their music that makes their sound uniquely different from both their influences and musical counterparts. The group, which has had several lineup changes since its inception; consists of founding membe…rs, Idi Aah Que and Teco, who first met while in High School. The two bonded in English class, after an assignment that required them to write poems and recite them aloud in class. After recognizing their shared love and skill for writing, they formed the short lived group Y.S.M (Young, Smart and Motivated) which would eventually lead to the formation of S.O.U.L.

S.O.U.L began to seriously pursue music after their high school graduation in 2012. While working on their debut mixtape the duo began to perform around the city at open mics and various hip hop shows. Their infectious lyricism and high energy performances quickly established S.O.U.L as crowd favorites. S.O.U.L dropped their debut mixtape, The Pursuit, in 2013 which featured a collaboration with nationally signed CMG artist, Zed Zilla, on a song entitled “This Be”.

In August of 2013, S.O.U.L won first place in the Coast 2 Coast Live Event: Memphis Edition and with it a chance to perform at the Coast 2 Coast Convention in Miami, FL. Bolstered by the fan reception to their debut mixtape, the duo decided to start work on a second project to capitalize off their momentum and introduce new fans to their distinctive style. Their second release, The Itis EP, dropped January 2014 and was very well received by their fans and supporters. Never ones to rest, the group has major plans in store for the remainder of the year and 2015. As they constantly work to increase their skills and innovate their delivery and performance, S.O.U.L will continue to be forerunners of hip hop’s everchanging landscape.

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Kimberly Williams, also known as INDYGO, was born and raised in the south suburbs of Chicago. She participated in musical groups, like the school choir, from elementary school onward, but learned her real talent as a singer in Junior High. INDYGO continued to get involved doing solo performances, joining the marching band, and performing in show choirs. Kimberly went on to Western Illinois University earning her Master of Arts Degree in Public Communication and Broadcasting in 1993 with an emphasis on television production and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music in 1990 with an emphasis on vocal performance. She has since worked with a number of recording artists and producers and continues to pen lyrics, create melodies, and develop the gifts that make room for her.

With her smooth vocals and sultry sounding voice, INDYGO provokes the listener’s attention off the first note. To her professional credit, INDYGO has performed on jingles for McDonald’s, Wrigley’s, TJMS and Oprah’s theme song “Get with the Program”, just to name a few. Connecting with the music industry duo Butch and Brenda Stewart was an integral part of putting together her music video for “Rhythm”. Infused with a classical jazz beat, and sensual undertones, INDYGO’s voice seems to glide over the music like a leaf floating down the river.

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