ymtk ft. Iamsu! – No Rest (west coast)

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This vibe is definitely a product of the West Coast. Oakland, California to be exact, ymtk has been  on the scene consistent  in 2016.Preparing for the release of his upcoming works, “All The Right Places,” the bay area emcee unveils a gem from the project, featuring , Iamsu!, titled “No Rest (West Coast)”.                                                           #samecloth

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Noreaga, Memphis Bleek, Remy Ma – 4 Da Win

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Smoova produces a monster of a record with “4 Da Win” featuring Nore,Memph Bleek,Remy Ma,havent heard from a couple of thesse cats inna min,but its obvious they all still got it!                                                                                             #samecloth

Toni Romiti – Imma Dog Too (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

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Toni Romiti’s latest visual “Imma Dog Too”,witch basicaly lets the fellas know that the ladies can play “Too”. Summer heat isnt stopping anytime soon.

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Bishop Lamont’s album “The Reformation” is here! (Pre-Order + Music Video + Singles)

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As the former protégé of the legendary producer Dr. Dre, Bishop Lamont has seen immeasurable heights of rap success. After handing him his “Who Do I Have To Kill To Get A Record Deal?” Vol. 1 Mixtape, Bishop was hand picked by the good doctor back in 2005. Bishop was immediately put to work, pushing his pen and creating studio magic side-by-side with Dre. The time spent turned him into every bit the sonic perfectionist his mentor is said to be and Bishop was right at home working on a wide range of projects from Warren G‘s album “In The Mid-Nite Hour” to video game and movie soundtracks and even network television. So it was no surprise when his own song, the melodic ode to life “Grow Up” began charting and rising at an enormous rate. Bishop seemed ready to take the world by storm while taking his place as the next west side great.

Label politics would eventually see Bishop calling for his release and going out on his own. The battle since has been nothing but an uphill climb. Allies turned their backs, former friends became snakes and suddenly the industry decided to show its true face. Thankfully for Bishop, his fans did the same thing, supporting and riding with him through false starts, fake opportunities and shady businessmen. Bishop kept the faith by touring, releasing countless smashes year after year and never selling out, sucking up, or riding coattails to get back in the game.

He would see his faith rewarded in loyalty by the team that surrounded him and stood by his side in the trenches since day one. The good people at Oniracom, also recognized the talent Bishop brought to the table and realized that the kind of grassroots fanbase support behind him doesn’t just grow on trees. They began a campaign aimed at finally being this all-star caliber album to the public. Now after years of weathering the storm, shaking the snakes and reconciling with his former mentor Dr. Dre, Bishop is finally ready to release his long awaited debut The Reformation. With his first singles “Un-American” (featuring Ryu & Apathy) and “Go Time” (featuring Mopreme Shakur, Sick Jacken, B-Real and The D.O.C) hitting the World Wide Web like a hurricane, Bishop Lamont is about to prove that nice guys do finish last…and the last laugh is always the longest one.

“It’s not a unicorn, it’s not a chupacabra, it’s not big foot, IT’S FOR REAL!!! Rejoice real HIP HOP is back! So all my true HIP HOP heads and die hard fans, GO GET THAT SHIT!!! SALUTE! A huge THANK YOU to our friends over at PledgeMusic for launching this campaign with us!”
– BISHOP LAMONT

The album is available for digital download on August 19th for fans who pre-order through PledgeMusic, and August 26th for the general public. Along with a beautiful vinyl edition, we’ve created beautiful merchandise and special experiences for the fans.

“Back Up Off Me” Music Video

The first Music Video from “The Reformation” is “Back Up Off Me” featuring Xzibit.

“The West coast connection dissipates between Bishop Lamont and Xzibit as they fire destructive shots at each other in their new video for “Back Up Off Me.” The former Aftermath spitter and the Napalm rapper bring their intense battle to the ring with a defensive cypher to prove who has the hardest rhymes” – Vibe

Bishop Lamont ft. Xzibit – “Back Up Off Me” Music Video

“Un-American” Single
With Bishops’ second Reformation single release “UN-AMERICAN,” he addresses the political election system in our country.

“I made ‘Un-American’ because I feel like this whole election thing is rigged,” he explained. “Politics are bulls**t, and the labels of Republican, Democrat, independent, etc, only help to divide us more from each other. We are all humans, facing mortality, cancer, diabetes, and everyday challenges just to exist, on a planet that continues to grow sicker and sicker from the abuse we are inflicting upon it. No one person we elect can change our lives, or our world. We all have to take responsibility, and do our part to change the world.”
– BISHOP LAMONT

Bishop Lamont ft. Ryu & Apathy of Demigodz – “UN-AMERICAN” (prod. by Paul Cabbin)

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YG – “Still Brazy” (Official Video) [Secret Service Made Him Change Lyrics]

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Compton hip-hop artist YG has recently released the visual to the well-recieved title track from his new album, Still Brazy!

Still Brazy is the second studio album by American rapper YG. It was released for physical and digital download purchases on June 17, 2016,by 400, CTE World and Def Jam Recordings.YG enlisted the production on the album that was handled and provided such as Ty Dolla $ign and Hit-Boy; as well as enlisted collaborators from Lil Wayne, Drake, Nipsey Hussle and Slim 400, among others.

The album was supported by four singles: “Twist My Fingaz”, “Still Brazy”, “FDT” featuring Nipsey Hussle, and “Why You Always Hatin?” featuring Drake and Kamaiyah.

The recent release of YG’s latest album Still Brazy has been well received, mainly because of his candid lyrics on crime, racism, and politics. A standout track that made headlines for the rapper before the album dropped came in the form of “F*ck Donald Trump”, a track denouncing the Republican presidential candidate. YG along with Nipsey Hussle delivered no-holds-barred lyrics about Trump and his negative comments made about people of color. The record created so much buzz that the Secret Service approached YG’s label and forced the rapper to censor some of the lyrics related to Trump on the song, as well as other tracks on “Still Brazy.”

During an interview with DJ Whoo Kid, YG spoke on exactly what happened with the Secret Service’s censoring of his lyrics. The rapper said “The Secret Service called in on Universal and was like, ‘Send me the lyrics to YG’s album because we gotta see what he’s talking about.’ They did the whole album. That’s why on ‘FDT’ on the album, it’s parts of the song that I had to blank out. Then on the next song ‘Blacks & Browns,’ when Sad Boy’s spitting his s***—he said some s*** towards Donald Trump too—they heard that, and we had to either change it or blank it out, so we put the static noise on top of that. But yeah, it was a real situation going on… Ever since John F. Kennedy got assassinated, they can’t have no people promoting kill Trump, shoot Trump, pop Trump, all that. And we had those types of lines up in the song.”

YG also mentioned that him and Nipsey Hussle were blackballed in the West Coast by police who don’t understand what the two rappers are doing based on how they perceive the rappers. YG spoke on walking a fine line between speaking the truth and not trying to upset people, but ultimately says what he feels about what’s happening in America.

Check the dope new video below! Only on DubCNN. Follow YG on Twitter.

YG – “Still Brazy” (Official Video)

[NEW MIXTAPE] Averi MInor X DJ Hard Hitta – “Urban America” (OT Genesis, Dave Pracyse, and Don P)

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What happens when The #1 Mixshow DJ in America teams up with The #1 Mixtape DJ in America? You get a 5 STAR Classic! & More! Chitown’s Averi Minor & Houston’s DJ Hard Hitta link up for their first of many collabs for their new mixtape series “Urban America” Volume. 1 features songs from a list of national “up and comers” such as DJ Luke Nasty, OT Genesis, Dave Pracyse, J Spoolz, L Streetz, Tricky45, Don P, Theat The King & more! Look for more from this duo in the coming months!! Follow Aver Minor on Twitter.

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King Lavish D – Where’s Waldo (Mozzy Diss)

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King Lavish D drops latest single off the , “Real Niggaz Don’t Die” album. “Where’s Waldo”
Lavish D goes in on Mozzy again.
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NipseyHussle ft. Bino Rideaux & Dave East – Clarity

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Yap! Its Monday so Nipsey Hussle gives us his latest record from his Marathon Monday series,”Clarity”  ft. Bino Rideaux & Dave East,Nip does not disappoint at all on this laid back,with epic flow song…Modays are welcomed!                                Follow @NipseyHussle on Twitter

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