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Yump Daniels, formerly known as Mann, is currently making moves with his Peace Love Quality Recordings. Best known for his collaboration with 50 Cent a few years back on a track titled Buzzin, Yump Daniels is back with a new EP and accompanying video.

The 7 track EP, titled Feel Triiip, features appearances from the likes of Hugh Augustine and Dean Risko. It is produced entirely produced by Yump himself. Check the new video from the Los Angeles native, and drop a comment. Only on DubCNN.



Download or Stream the album “Feel Triiip”.



Yump Daniels – Un-Sober ft. LanaaMak (Video)


On Saturday November 28th,at the Green Turtle in Whittier, Ca., platinum selling and Grammy Award nominated Latin hip-hop group Akwid will be performing live. Zumbando Con Rap Mexicano will also feature some of the new faces of Latin hip-hop, including dope up-and-comers DeCalifornia. This event is 18 +. For tickets go to


Zumbando Con Rap Mexicano


Mister CR is one of Southern California’s premiere up-and-coming rap artists. Hailing from the streets of Watts California, CR has earned worldwide recognition on the popular YouTube documentary Street Gangs.
The hardworking emcee has also been previously featured on Project Blowed: The Good Life. Hard work is one of his trademarks. Heavily involved in social media, his musical aspirations have led to a strong cult following by creating a day-by-day biopic, distributed through various social media outlets with constant updates of photos, videos, and new music from a variety of labels, producers, and collaborators. CR Has performed with many world class artists such as E-40, WC , Slim 400, SugaFree, Snoop Dogg, Nipsey Hussle, and many more. Check the video link, which is a new track from Mr. CR featuring Big Tray Dee. and SoundCloud link below. Check the new mixtape featuring Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, and Mr. CR here. Only on DubCNN.


Mr. CR feat. Big Tray Dee – Money Stacc



Formerly known as L Boy, Gangsta L is heavy on the grind as an independent artist, and is ready for what the future holds. With numerous titles independently put out through his online store and in person, he’s managed to build his “Money Don’t Sleep” brand organically and through social media. With his latest project, “Gang Bang Graduate: Reloaded”, he has managed to cross promote the separate endeavors of music and clothing simultaneously. With 18 out of the 21 songs produced by his go to producer, T Why Xclusive, his latest album is poised to make major noise. Check the new video by Gangsta L featuring West Coast hip-hop heavy-hitter Baby Bash above. Check the “Money Don’t Sleep” video below. Only on DubCNN.

iTunes Link:
Gangbang Graduate by Gangsta L on iTunes




Gangsta L – “Money Don’t Sleep” (Video)


Episode 120 of Microphone Masters Radio is in rare form as J-Luv is joined by co-host Starr Saxxxon with special guest James Renwick!

The topics covered in this episode include: curve ball releases from artists on the heels of E-40’s spiritually inspired Poverty & Paradise; Putin’s threats to terrorists; the Billboard Top Ten Rapper list and the sequel to Fight Club just to name a few.

Is B.I.G. the top emcee? Do you remember Dr. Dre and The Funky Flute? Honorable mentions and egregious errors. You do not want to miss this supersized episode!

Catch the heat from: Pusha T, Jay Electronica, Shock G, Raekwon, Lootpack, Bad Lucc, Brand Nubian, Method Man and more.

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Microphone Masters Radio Episode 120 (11-25-15) Tracklist

Prhyme – Courtesy
Intro: The Curve Ball Release from an artist
E-40 – The Server
Pusha T – Untouchable
Naughty By Nature – Uptown Anthem
Jay Electronica – Exhibit C
Segment 1: Being A Leader – Putin Went in Hard
Shock G – Your Sun Iza Pimp
Yung West – Bang Out
E-40 & Turf Talk – I’m Mannish
Murs – Skatin’ Through the City
Bad Lucc – Humiliate
Segment 2: Tribe Called Quest 25th Anniversary with People’s Instinctive
A Tribe Called Quest – Bonita Applebum
Goodie Mobb – Soul Food
T.I. – Rubber Band Man
Outsidaz – The Rah Rah
Segment 3: James Renwick Returns – The Billboard Top Ten
Lootpack – Whenimondamic
Mika feat Raekwon – Once In A Lifetime
Pace Won – MCs
Method Man – Bang Zoom
Outro: Last Words & Urban Motivational Quote
Brand Nubian – All For One

Microphone Masters Radio Episode 120 (11-25-15Show (Stream/Download)

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Compton born and raised MC Spitfiya was a staple on from 2005 to 2009 but in recent years has let his pen and production do the talking for him.

Last time out he dropped his street album “The Brilliance” right here but since, the man behind various recordings for other MC’s including, songs for B.O.B. and Flo Rida, has perfected his craft and carved out a niche in the music industry. The Bullets Production Team, writer/producer and MC has returned now on the solo tip to release his video “Been Through.”

The new visual – directed by Johnny Pena and Christopher “Spitfiya” Lanier – shows Spitfiya in and around Compton in an authentic snapshot from his life. The single “Been Through” is schedule for release on December 22, 2015.

Spitfiya – Been Through (Feat. Avoin The One) Video



The Unsung 30-minute series is a fan-favourite as the tvone team really research every “unsung” act they feature. Their journalism digs deeper, interviewing those closest and offering insight that even the staunchest of fans might now know. Well this week the Unsung team turned the spotlight on the late, great crooner Nate Dogg.

Many knew that Nate, away from music, was relatively private and so this 30 minute spotlight takes a tasteful look at his come up, career peaks and his tragic death at the age of 41. The episode – which you can watch in full below – has footage of his family life, studio sessions and exclusive interviews with artists including Snoop Dogg, Warren G, Fred Wreck, Xzibit, Butch Cassidy and more – you do not want to miss this!

Watch: Unsung – Nate Dogg (30 Minute Documentary)


In a recent interview with VladTV, Kurupt discussed Eminem’s verse on the 2002 “‘Till I Collapse” track with the late Nate Dogg.

The Kingpin recalled how it “made a n*gga smile for a whole month” when he heard the lyric; “I got a list, here’s the order of my list that it’s in / It goes Reggie, Jay-Z, 2Pac and Biggie / Andre from OutKast, Jada, Kurupt, Nas and then me.”

In the video – shown below – Kurupt explained how “even before he gave me that shout I already loved his music” and that when he first heard the record he playfully said to the people around him “I told you so!” and then remarked that “at the same time, Em is so humble, that’s why you gotta love him, man. ‘Cause you know, he doesn’t look for a fight – a fight always seems to find him. And the thing is he’s gonna always be ready. He’s a murderer of emcees.”

Hear what else Kurupt had to say about the mention below…

Kurupt Responds to Eminem Mentioning Him On “‘Till I Collapse” (Video)