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Always the forward thinker, Lord Jamar, who is one third of the legendary rap group, Brand Nubian, is utilizing Kickstarter to raise $5,000 for his latest album, ‘Known Associates.’ Known Associates is the follow-up to his 2006 release, ‘The 5% Album,’ and it will include collaborations with Nature, Hasan Salaam, Sadat X, Cappadonna and Lord Superb. Along with production from the likes of Big Throwback, Element, Sha Banga, Chris Watts, Lord Jamar and more.
Have a listen to his latest single taken from the album ‘Known Associates’ entitled ‘N.Y. Timez’ produced by Big Throwback with a guest apperance from Lord Superb.

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Pjesma s nadolazećeg projekta Sina i producenta MGC-a naziva Novi Dan Stara Priča.

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As part of the Noisemakers Interview Series, Nas sits down for an in depth interview in front of a couple of thousand close friends. The event went down on Friday March 16th at The Belmont in Austin Texas.

Previous: Nas Live @ SXSW (Full Show)

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Kovlaj nam predstavlja video za pesmu “Znaš Me”, koja se inače nalazi na mikstejpu “Zvukovi Balkanskih Ulica”. Za bit je bio zadužen Flowdeep, dok je animaciju i fotografiju za spot odradio Nemanja Rauš.

Pjesmu možete skinuti ovdje.

Via PM.

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Drake shows his impersonation skills during an interview with Tim Westwood in London.
Watch the rest of the conversation after the jump.

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Mello Music Group is presenting another brand new collaboration from OC & Apollo in the form of “Prestige of a King”. The song will not appear on “Trophies” but is an exclusive joint from MMG’s new compilation “Self Sacrifice”.
The compilation can be purchased in digitial format direct via MMG’s Bandcamp or iTunes.

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New single, Put Em Up, off Krazy Drayz’s new album Showtime dropping on iTunes in June.

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Jedan od najpoznatijih svjetskih glazbenih časopisa, DJ Mag, proglasio je klub Papayu na Zrću 30. klubom na svijetu.

Croatia may have become the location of choice for UK promoters touting holidays with party benefits, but its home-grown clubs can struggle to attract punters. Papaya, however, is slowly changing that.
Not only is this epic triple-stage rave resort beside the beach acquired annually by The Warehouse Project for its soiree Hideout Festival, every summer it aims for the jugular of club success by helicoptering in only the giants of modern dance music. Armin, Van Dyk, Ferry Corsten, Swedish House Mafia, Marcus Schulz and Tiësto are a handful making up an all-star cast responsible for encouraging over 300,000 revellers from all over the world to shake it down at a 10-year-old venue that only puts on 10 big events a year.

Papaya će ove godine biti i jedan od domaćina Fresh Island festivala.

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