@Styles1001 - Everyday Life w/ Floe Montana ft. Tamar off his debut album "THE SOLUTION" ft. Mahtie Bush and more (Available Now) 

Marcel Nunery (aka Styles1001) first video off his debut album "THE SOLUTION". The song is called "Everyday Life"w/ Floe Montana ft. Tamar and its a jazzy, soulful expression of hip hop and life. Half of the video was shot in San Francisco (where he's from) and the other half was shot in Sacramento, where he lives now.


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GUERRILLA REPUBLIK Dayv Cino being interviewed @occupywallstreet Protests go coast to coast in the USA 


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#OccupyWallStreet Our Guerrilla Republik Family/The Brooklyn Bridge Take Over/ARREST/The Whole World is Watching! Are You? 

Whose Streets!? Our Streets!!
All Day!! All Week Occupy Wall Street!
Check out this footage of the Occupy Wall Street march on the Brooklyn Bridge today. Our friends at www.malaandmental.com were on the frontlines as the marchers took over the Brooklyn Bridge. What we are being told by the homey Dayv Cino is that the marchers took over the Brooklyn bound drivers side of the bridge as they attempted to march across peacefully. However, it turns out that the police escorted them straight into an NYPD trap!! Halfway across protestors were met by a massive police presence which included the use of large orange nets that were used to trap people. There are a reported 500 arrests, as MTA city buses were used to transport and secure prisoners. Some 4 hours after the arrests folks are still on these buses waiting to be taken to jail. Among the arrested are a large number of our comrades, comrades from Existence is Resistance and the ANSWER coalition can be seen being taken away. Among them are our Guerrilla Republik family, Marcel Cartier, Iz The Truth, Dayv Cino, and The Sargonites. In the video you can see them being selected and then attacked by the NYPD. They are completely peaceful and then the next thing you know they are on the floor being swarmed by abusive police. A white shirt officer can be seen blocking the rumble with a menacing look and baton in hand while his cronies take turns on the innocent two. Among the arrested were also Morbius, a comrade MC from The Sargonites and his wife. We demand their immediate freedom and that all bogus charges be dropped!

This is an attack on the movement, on workers, students, on Hip Hop and folks need to wake up and understand that we all need to be taking over these streets. The time has come! We are living historic moments of oppression to which we can only respond to with historic moments of resistance.The young people on that bridge today are setting the example! We must applaud them for their bravery and dedication. What the NYPD needs to understand is that these attacks will only make us stronger. Folks are on those buses right now becoming unified thru struggle. Some of the MacBooks and Political Science books have been put down and folks are starting to experience actual struggle and resistance. This is not by any means an attempt to glorify the act of being arrested on a bridge, as there is a long history of those that have struggled like this. However, I was once told by Chairman Fred Jr of folks committing revolutionary acts. Today we saw young people in masses doing a revolutionary act. When they screamed out loud " the whole world is watching!!" they were telling the truth. The whole world is watching and only more will be tuning in. We live in a media /technology era in which people expect short term satisfaction, everything is moving quicker, information now spreads thru cell phones, cameras, computers, the internet, etc. The news cycle is now a quick 24 hour cycle, attention spans are shorter, and news is only as relevant as the last status update, hash tag or trending topic. Cameras have become weapons of mass resistance and an obvious nuisance to the police. They are the current thorn on the side of the NYPD, a city police department who recently bragged about having the ability and weaponry to take down a plane. With the significant number of folks being arrested,an estimated 500 people will be in those jail cells tonight organizing, strategizing, showing real solidarity, building trust, getting to know each other thru struggle. This can only make us stronger. What will the response be? We shall find out soon. Perhaps folks can take over those landmark bridges in The Bay in California?, or in Chicago maybe Lake Shore Drive, the idea is that Occupying Wall Street has spread and will continue to do so. Those folks at Zuccoti Park arent going anywhere anytime soon. So Stay tuned.

If you stop it Right at 3:10 you will see our G-Rep Family Getting attacked by the police.

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Saigon - "I Know Now" / 9th Wonder - "Jamla's Coming At You" Ft. Thee Tom Hardy, Rapsody & Skyzoo‏ 

A3C And iHipHop Drop Two New Tracks For Upcoming Compilation

As the days are drawing closer and closer to the 2011 A3C Hip-Hop Festival, iHipHop Distribution is excited to release the latest single from the A3C Volume 1 compilation album, which will be released on October 4th and is now available for pre-order on iTunes. We have two new tracks available for you today - one from Saigon, titled "I Know Now"and the other from 9th Wonder named "Jamla's Coming At You". Both artists, along with all of the other performers featured on the compilation, will perform at the seventh annual A3C Hip-Hop Festival, taking place from October 6th - 8th at The Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia.

A3C Volume 1 Track List:

Disc 1:

1. Murs & Ski Beatz – Let's Go!
2. P Dukes - Work
3. Chase N. Cashe - My House
4. Killa Kyleon featuring Miss Mykie - Carpul Tunnel
5. Johnny Spanish - Anything Goes
6. Rockie Fresh - Spotlight
7. G-Eazy -Rebel
8. SL Jones - All Honesty
9. XV –Higher
10. Smoke DZA featuring Bun B & Big K.R.I.T. - On The Corner
11. GLC - Show You What This Ism Do
12. Freddie Gibbs featuring El Prez - Executive Decision
13. Main Attrakionz featuring Shady Blaze - World Tour
14. J NICS - S.N.A.S.
15. Action Bronson - Muslim Wedding
16. Cory Gunz featuring Hash - Str8 Drop
17. Trademark Da Skydiver & Young Roddy featuring Curren$y - Jet Life To The Next Life
18. Phil Ade - Let It Shine
19. Marz Lovejoy featuring Like (of Pac Div) & Jason Madison - I Can't Call It
20. Jon Connor featuring Ducky - High
21. Aleon Craft - Cruise Control
22. J-Live - Look Right

Disc Two:

1. Willie Evans Jr. - Never Be Free
2. Soul Khan - When The Plague Starts
3. Torae - Make A Movie
4. 9th Wonder featuring Thee Tom Hardy, Rapsody & Skyzoo - Jamla's Coming At You
5. Nitty Scott - Truth
6. The Kid Daytona - Night School
7. Young Scolla - Another Day
8. THURZ - Nosy People
9. Boog Brown featuring Invincible & StaHHr - Dope Girl Magic, pt 2
10. Termanology - Step It Up
11. Rapper Big Pooh - No Choice
12. 9th Wonder featuring Actual Proof, The Away Team & Big Remo - The Score
13. El Da Sensei - The Best We Gonna Be
14. Saigon - I Know Now
15. Jarren Benton - Skitzo
16. M.O.P. x Snowgoons - Anybody Can Get it
17. Freeway - For The Paper
18. REKS - Rap Disciple
19. Statik Selektah featuring Slaine - The Time Is Now
20. Bronze Nazareth featuring RZA - Fresh From The Morgue
21. Reef The Lost Cauze x Snowgoons -Kill Somebody
22. League Of Extraordinary Gz - Pressure
23. Dead Prez - Globalization (Scene Of The Crime)

Added by: EmSeeD, 02/Oct/11 | Comments: 0

The Academy ft. Crooked I, Chino XL & Copywrite "Triple Seize" 

Latest leak from The Academy project features Crooked I, Chino XL and Copywrite “seizing” the moment.

The Academy f/Crooked I, Chino XL & Copywrite “Triple Seize” (produced by JP Beats):

Executive produced by Kurupt, fans will hear “Academy” appearances from such notable talents as Raekwon, Jadakiss, Kurupt, Pete Rock, Royce Da 5’9”, Redman, Styles P, Crooked I, Sean Price, Method Man, Canibus, LA the Darkman, Keith Murray, Planet Asia, Rass Kass, K-Solo, LA The Darkman, Billy Danze (M.O.P.), Pack FM, Pete Rock, Keith Murray, Chino XL and many more all backed by the breakthrough soundscapes of Terminal 3 Productions (who previously oversaw projects from (“Wu-Tang Meets the Indie Culture”, “The Four Horsemen” and “The Undergods”).

Purchase The Academy LP on iTunes:

Tracklisting For The Academy LP:

1.) Welcome To The Academy f/ Method Man & Redman

2.) Mashout f/ Canibus, Agallah, & Styles P

3.) Samaryda f/ Raekwon, Kojoe, & Kurupt

4.) Still No! f/ Ras Kass, Phillie, & Rock of Heltah Skeltah

5.) Triple Seize f/ Crooked-I, Copywrite, & Chino XL

6.) Rich Righteous Teachers f/ Jadakiss, La The Darkman, Sav Killz & Billy

Danze OF M.O.P

7.) Lets Go f/ Royce Da 5’9”, Bronze Nazareth, Sean Price, & K-Solo

8.) Code Of Conduct f/ Pacewon, El Da Sensai & Illah Ghee

9.) Pick Your Vice f/ Labba, Pack FM, Udi, Dzk, & Stack-A-Dolla

10.) Gifted Unlimited Rhymes Universal f/ DJ Absurd

11.) Kill Everything (Squad Up) f/ Kurupt, Tri- State, Ruste Juxx & Kevlarr 7

12.) Body Down f/ Styles P, Kojoe, & Jaecyn Bayne

13.) Rock This f/ Pete Rock, Copywrite, & Planet Asia

14.) Paperwork f/ Keith Murray, Sean Price & Big Lou

15.) The Alliance f/ Timbo King & Math Hoffa

16.) M.O.A.N (remix) f/ Prodigal Sunn, 60 Second Assassin, Killah Priest, &

Hell Razah (Sunz of Man)

17.) Keep It Movin f/ M-Eighty, Son One, & Jaecyn Bayne

18. Thief In The Night f/ K-Solo, Born Sun, Killah Priest, & Goldie

19. Where There I s Nowhere f/ Reef The Lost Cauze, Chopp Devize, &

Timbo King

20. Change The World f/ Matilda, Goldie, & Rusty Redenbacher (of The


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Torae "For The Record" LP Sampler‏ 

Check out the 8 Minute sampler of Torae's "For the Record", featuring a very impressive line up of producers, check out the Track List here:

Tracklisting & Credits for Torae’s For The Record LP:

Intro (produced by Torae)

2.) Alive f/Wes (produced by Khrysis)

3.) You Ready? (produed by Marco Polo)

4.) What It Sound Like f/Pav Bundy (produced by !llmind)

5.) Shakedown (produced by 9th Wonder)

6.) That Raw (produced by Pete Rock)

7.) Do The Math (produced by Large Professor)

8.) Changes (produced by Diamond D)

9.) Over You f/ Wes (produced by E. Jones)

10.) Imagine (produced by Eric G)

11.) Only Way (interlude) (produced by 9th Wonder)

12.) For The Record (produced by DJ Premier)

13.) Thank You (produced by Nottz)

14.) Reflection (produced by Eric G)

15.) Panorama f/ MeLa Machinko (produced by Fatin)

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