Nicki Minaj’s G-String Cover, Questlove Defends Iggy Azalea, Action Bronson On Port-A-Potty Rap



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In today’s edition of the DX Daily, Questlove defends Iggy Azalea and calls “Fancy” the song of the Summer. Action Bronson explains how he plans to top rapping in a Port-A-Potty, and Nicki Minaj reveals her Lil Kim-esque “Anaconda” cover art.

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Kosine – We Are Sitting On J Lo, Usher and Miley Cyrus Records (247HH Exclusives)



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Official 247HH exclusive interview with Kosine talking about have J Lo , Usher , and Miley Cyrus records talks #247HHEXCL
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The Israelites: White Church Comes To Feed JC Napier Projects Set On Fire



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The Cypher Effect – Kenny Bones / Noetic Nixon / Danny Boii / Johnny Kush / Dez The Man



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Brother Ali & BK-One – Forest Whitiker, Live at Lilla Hotellbaren, Stockholm 12(16)



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From the album:
Shadows On The Sun (2003)
01. Room With A View
02. Champion
03. Star Quality
04. Prince Charming
05. Win Some Lose Some
06. Pay Them Back
07. Blah Blah Blah (feat Slug)
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10. Forest Whitiker
11. Bitchslap!
12. Back Stage Pacin’
13. When The Beat Comes In
14. Missing Teeth
15. Dorian
16. Soul Whisper
17. Picket Fence
18. Victory! (Come Forward)

From september 22nd to november 20th 2009 Brother Ali is on the Fresh Air Tour together with Evidence, Toki Wright & BK-One.
Dates and locations:
22 sep – Pizza Luce – Duluth, Minnesota
23 sep – Whats Up Lounge – Mankato, Minnesota
24 sep – The Industry – Iowa City, Iowa
25 sep – Nuttys North – Sioux Falls, South Dakota
26 sep – The Waiting Room – Omaha, Nebraska
27 sep – Granada – Lawrence, Kansas
29 sep – Ogden Theatre – Denver, Colorado
30 sep – Fox Theatre – Boulder, Colorado
01 oct – Black Sheep – Colorado Springs, Colorado
02 oct – In The Venue – Salt Lake City, Utah
03 oct – The Venue – Boise, Idaho
04 oct – Badlander – Missoula, Montana
06 oct – Boulevard – Spokane, Washington
07 oct – Neumos – Seattle, Washington
08 oct – Element Nite Club – Victoria, British Columbia
09 oct – Venue – Vancouver, British Columbia
10 oct – Nightlight Lounge – Bellingham, Washington
11 oct – Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, Oregon
12 oct – The WOW Hall – Eugene, Oregon
14 oct – Humboldt State University – Arcata, California
15 oct – New Oasis – Reno, Nevada
16 oct – The Catalyst Club – Santa Cruz, California
17 oct – Slims – San Francisco, California
18 oct – Avalon Night Club – Santa Clara, California
20 oct – El Rey Theatre – Los Angeles, California
21 oct – Canes Bar & Grill – San Diego, California
22 oct – Club Red – Phoenix, Arizona
23 oct – Club Congress – Tuscon, Arizona
26 oct – Foundation – Lubbock, Texas
27 oct – Granada Theater – Dallas, Texas
28 oct – Emos – Austin, Texas
29 oct – Warehouse Live – Houston, Texas
01 nov – The Social – Orlando, Florida
04 nov – Cats Cradle – Carrboro, North Carolina
05 nov – Ottobar – Baltimore, Maryland
06 nov – First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
07 nov – The Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza – New York, New York
08 nov – Paradise Rock Club – Boston, Massachusetts
09 nov – Higher Ground – Burlington, Vermont
10 nov – The Asylum – Portland, Maine
11 nov – Pearl Street – Northampton, Massachusetts
13 nov – Grog Shop – Cleveland Heights, Ohio
14 nov – Skullys – Columbus, Ohio
15 nov – Uncle Pleasants – Louisville, Kentucky
17 nov – Blind Pig – Ann Arbor, Michigan
18 nov – Metro – Chicago, Illinois
19 nov – Barrymore Theatre – Madison, Wisconsin
20 nov – First Avenue – Minneapolis, Minnesota

Holy Ghost Ridaz at CT|Legacy Church Houston, Texas



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Holy Ghost Ridaz Tour 2015. Holy Ghost Ridaz ministering at Cabo San Lucas Outreach with CT|Legacy Church in Houston, Texas February 28, 2015

Prof – Liability Tour Recap: Scottsdale, AZ



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Recap from Scottsdale, AZ – November 11, 2015

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Pac Div – Rollin ft. Ty$ * Palmdale * Southern California *



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Pacific Division, better known as Pac Div is a rap trio composed of two brothers, Like and Mibbs, longtime friend, BeYoung and in-house producer Swiff D. Based in Southern California, Pac Div started rapping together in high school. Originally an eleven-member crew, they shrank to three in 2005 when it became apparent that a group with that many members just wasn’t feasible.

Pac Div’s first mixtape, Sealed for Freshness: The Blend Tape, along with their first video, F.A.T Boys, was released in 2006 to critic acclaim. Focusing on their lives as regular, young men growing up in Southern California, their music resonated with kids from all walks of life. From hipster to hood, there was something everyone could relate to in their sound. This universal appeal was the catalyst for their success and garnered them the real estate in numerous famed magazines, including Billboard, Rolling Stone, The Source, VIBE and XXL. It also gained the approval of hip-hop hotshots Ludacris, Pharrell Williams, Talib Kweli, 9th Wonder and more. Their continued success drew international attention as they opened for big names like Nas, Q-Tip, Busta Rhymes, Ice-T, Ludacris and N.E.R.D.

A few years following the release of Sealed for Freshness: The Blend Tape, the group dropped two more mixtapes, Church League Champions and Don’t Mention It. Church League Champions featured the now classic, “Mayor”, while Don’t Mention It contained the fan favorite, “Don’t Forget the Swishers,” featuring rapper Chip tha Ripper. In the Spring of 2011, the trio teamed up with Grand Hustle Management and released their fourth mixtape, Mania!, hosted by DJ Don Cannon, featuring the hit single, “Anti-freeze”. With over a million downloads, Mania! is their most successful mixtape to date.

In 2011, Pac Div left Motown Universal and released their debut album, The Div independently through their own label, The Div and RBC Records. With features from longtime friends, Blu Collar, Asher Roth, Casey Veggies and Skeme, the album was hailed as a huge success. Additionally, Pac Div appeared in their first nationally televised commercial for Phiten Athletics, featuring the group’s performance of their original song, Flexin, as well as appearances by NBA stars Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh, Eric Gordon and Derrick Williams.The group closed out the year, touring with Mac Miller on his BlueSlide Park Tour. As 2012 came to a close, Pac Div released their second album, G.M.B, on November 27, 2012 with features from Mac Miller and Kendrick Lamar and production from Scoop DeVille, Swiff D, DJ Dahi and the group’s own, Like. The group wrapped up the year touring Snoop Dogg and look forward to their upcoming Spring 2013 tour with Johnny Polygon.

The Israelites: Young Man Holds Fast To Instuction (Clarksville, Tn)



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Little Battle Axe – Don’t Lose Hope Live



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Little Battle Axe performs his hit song: “Don’t Lose Hope” at Disciples Worship Center in Buckeye Az.