Wednesday, November 30, 2011
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Tuesday, November 29, 2011
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Monday, November 28, 2011
"The plan is to pretty much drop a new album from black every quarter, so his fans can get a quarterly fix of his music. Jason was a friend of mine but he was also my artist. When he was here physically, he put trust in me to executive prod, pick the records, market and promote his releases, so just because hes not here doesnt mean that anything has changed. I still have an obligation as General of this company an as his friend to continue to put out his music an i will do so on a quarterly basis. Again, Jason has tons of unreleased material that we will be releasing. Some by himself, some with us an we also got some guest features on deck, so stay tuned an if you are a true fan of Grittylyfmusic an the artists under that umbrella, join us on this ride to KEEP JASON BLACK'S MUSIC ALIVE!"
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50 Cent To Put Out 'The Big 10' Tape Next Week Featuring 10 New Songs. Will Shoot A Video For Each Track
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Sunday, November 27, 2011
2. Dope Moves Serius Jones 03:27
3. Bad Man Serius Jones 03:20
4. Re-Up Serius Jones 03:00
5. Too Serius (Feat. T-Pain) Serius Jones 03:44
6. Wisha Woods Serius Jones 03:51
7. Until Forever Serius Jones 03:58
8. What Goes Around Serius Jones 02:55
9. Rising (Feat. Tax G) Serius Jones 03:04
10. Choose Up (Feat. Sam Scarfo, 2 Chainz) Serius Jones 04:06
11. She Know (Grown Dick) Serius Jones 03:39
12. She A G Serius Jones 03:58
13. Bounce (Feat. Bobby V) Serius Jones 04:16
14. Millionaire Problems Serius Jones 04:21
15. The Monster Serius Jones 03:37
16. Just The Game (Feat. Frankie Wainwright) Serius Jones 02:52
17. You Wrong Serius Jones 03:49
18. Kush Planes Serius Jones 03:42
19. Get Away Serius Jones 03:36
20. Stairway To Heaven (Feat. Daria Jones) Serius Jones 04:11
21. Talking Walls Serius Jones 04:22
22. Flexin (Feat. Gucci Mane) Serius Jones 03:15
2. Tales From The Cotton Club Vado 04:02
3. Slime Anthem Vado 03:49
4. Louis V Bag Vado 04:14
5. OK Yall (Feat. Fabolous) Vado 03:58
6. NY Ride Vado 03:33
7. I See You (Black People) Vado 03:57
8. Keep It Goin (Feat. Young Chris) Vado 03:52
9. U Know What It Is Vado 03:28
10. Bed Piss (Feat. Raekwon) Vado 02:06
11. All The Drama Vado 03:56
12. I Got That (Frankie Lymon) (Feat. Jae Millz) Vado 04:04
13. Someody Gotta Die (Feat. Paul Cain, Freck Billionaire) Vado 04:34
14. Paid In Full Vado 03:55
15. All I Know (Freestyle) Vado 04:06
16. Ms. Slime Booty (Freestyle) Vado 02:19
17. I Need U (Feat. Remo The Hitmaker) Vado 03:10
18. Lose Your Life Vado 04:08
Friday, November 25, 2011
2.Jason Black - The Message
3.Jason Black - The Mission Prod by Jason Leary (S.T.U.P Productions)
4.Jason Black - Back To The Money
5.Jason Black Ft Corina - Hand Her The Dough
6.Jason Black - Stranger
7.Jason Black- Feeling You
8.Jason Black - Relations With Life
9.Jason Black - Reflection
10.Jason Black - Feel Alive
11.Jason Black - Where It Needs To Be
12.Astrud Gilberto - The Shadow Of Your Smile
13.Jason black - 12 bars(Road to the riches) ft Pro dillinger,A.dash,Nobi
14.Jason Black - New York state of mind 2012 ft Pro dillinger,A.dash,Jae staxx and Nobi
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
2.Back From The Dead (Produced By Lex Luger)
3.Lately (Produced By South Side)
4.Niggaz In My Business (Produced By Lex Luger)
5.Going Down Dog (Produced By Metro)
6.Cook It Up Yhall (Produced By Lex Luger)
7.No Help (Produced By Lex Luger)
8.To The Limit (Produced By Ham Squad)
9.Scottie Pippen (Produced By Zaytoven)
10.Meet You In The Loby Feat The New Boyz(Produced By Zaytoven)
11.Booty Meat (Produced By Fat Boy)
12.My Life (Produced By Fat Boy)
13.Wrestler Feat Busta Rhymes (Produced By Fat Boy)
14.Road To Tha Riches (Produced By Zaytoven)
G-Unit leader 50 Cent is not letting up on his initiative to feed a billion people throughout the world and has now released a new Street King public service annoucement.
Fif took to Facebook to post up his new video and thank fans supporting his SK movement.
"For Thanksgiving this week, wanted to thank you all for supporting my Street King movement. We've provided millions of meals through the World Food Programme but we've got a long way to go to reach 1 billion. Let's remember why we're doing this. Watch my Thanksgiving video and click Share below to pass it on to your friends -50," he posted November 22nd.
"Remember how lucky we are to have a meal this Thanksgiving. 1 in 7 people are going hungry. Together we can change that. SK -50," Fif posted November 23rd. (50 Cent's Facebook)
Recently, Fif said he has received support and encouragement from artists including former rap nemesis Jay-Z.
"I feel like away from the actual energy drink itself that the business model for Street King is the solution for a lot of the actual issues that are going on right now," 50 said in an interview. "When you look at Occupy Wall Street and the protestors there, it's them feeling like major corporations don't care about working class people. It's concious capitalism, it's creating a business model that's already giving back -- When Jay-Z's e-mailing me and Swizz Beatz is giving me a call, it tells me that my peers are actually watching. Just imagine if Google's under this model. It's only ten years old. That'd solve a huge portion of problems as far as world hunger's concern." (CNN International)
Boxing greats Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Mike Tyson have also provided a helping hand for Fif's Street King campaign.
50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather wake up in a disheveled hotel room after a wild night of partying in a parody of The Hangover created to promote Curtis' Street King energy drink. One of the film's stars Mike Tyson emerges from the bathroom singing 50?s "What Up Gangsta" before excitedly reminding the guys what went down. The clip flashes back to the trio sitting in a club as 50 spikes Tyson's drink with a shot of Street King. It's not long before he gets up and starts dancing with the ladies before taking them back to the room for a pillow fight. "Didn't you see me step to that tall piece of water like a thoroughbred, not a loaf of bread, but a thoroughbred?" says Tyson as he jumps up and down. (Rap-Up)
In September, the rap star opened up about his SK movement and aim to feed a billion children.
"What's up, it's your boy 50 Cent," the G-Unit leader said in a video. "I'm actually out here in Austrailia on tour right now and man, I grew up without money but I didn't grow up hungry. It's a lot of people out there that are actually hungry -- actually dying ofhunger. And I feel like it's our responsiblity to come together and do things to create a solution for this actual problem. What I've seen from this actual run, when I was out in Africa, was unbeilievable, the devastation and desperation of people who don't know when they'll receive their next meal. Or if they're going to receive their next meal. I want to feed a billion kids and I need your help to do it. I need you to utilize your energy, your voice, to provide additional motivation for me at times. My new project is called SK, Street King and y'all know the plan. I just told y'all the plan. I want to feed a billion kids. It's your boy 50 Cent." (Street King)
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
FINALLY AN ARTIST SHOWCASE IN THE 845 WHERE THE ARTISTS ACTUALLY WIN SOMETHING. GR845 ENTERPRISES PRESENTS THE GR845 ARTIST SHOWCASE. THIS EVENT WILL SHOWCASE TALENT FROM THE 845 AREA CODE. ARTISTS WILL BE JUDGED BY A PANEL OF PROFESSIONAL JUDGES WHO ARE CURRENTLY WORKING IN SOME FORM OF TODAY'S MUSIC INDUSTRY. EVERY ARTIST PARTICIPATING WILL RECEIVE A 15 MIN CONSULTATION ABOUT THEIR MUSIC AND THINGS THEY CAN DO TO ENHANCE THEIR CAREER.
JUDGES WILL BE @SHANEQUA "NICKI" GARCIA OF SPARXX VISION, WILLIAM GONE OF WILLIAM GONE MANAGEMENT AND THE RAPPER SAIGON OF SAIGON NATION.
THERE WILL BE VARIOUS DVD, INTERNET MAGAZINE, AND BLOGSITES ON SITE FROM THE 845 AND NYC TO INTERVIEW ARTISTS
THIS EVENT WILL BE HOSTED BY UNDERGROUND MUSIC AWARD WINNER JOVONN THE LAST DON OF POWER 105.1 FM NEWNY RADIO SHOW.
THIS IS A WINNER TAKE ALL EVENT AND WILL DEFINITELY BE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR AN ARTIST TO TAKE HIS CAREER TO THE NEXT LEVEL.
THE WINNER WILL RECEIVE:
- A PROFESSIONAL DEMO MIXED AND MASTERED (PROVIDED COURTESY OF RMG) (ROCKLAND MUSIC GROUP) THEY HAVE WORKED WITH VARIOUS ARTISTS IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY SUCH AS (50 CENT, FABOLOUS, NAS, TREY SONGS, RICK ROSS, DMX, MARIAH CAREY, VADO, DJ. CLUE, AND KELLY ROWLAND TO NAME A FEW.
- A PROFESSIONAL VIDEO (COURTESY OF FRAT HOUSE USA)
-AN "EPK" ELECTRONIC PRESS KIT (PROVIDED COURTESY FOUNDATION PICTURES- TOMMY S FILM AND PHOTOGRAPHY)
- YOUR RECORD BEING PLAYED ON POWER 105.1 FM (PROVIDED COURTESY JOVONN THE LAST DON OF POWER 105.1FM)
$1500- MARKETING PACKAGE (PROVIDED BY DIGIWAXX MEDIA)
- A Half Page Write Up in Hip Hop Stardom 101 Magazine (Courtesy Of HIPHOPSTARDOM101 MAGAZINE)
- A LIVE RADIO INTERVIEW ON LAND OF DA ROC RADIO (COURTESY OF BRAN NAYME RECORDS)
- A live Radio Interview On Real Heat Radio (Courtesy Of Real Heat Radio)
I WILL BE ADDING MORE PRIZES IN THE COMING WEEKS.
EACH ARTIST WILL BE GIVEN 8 MINS T0 PERFORM SO GET YOUR SHOW DOWN TIGHT.
FOR MORE INFO AND TO RESERVE YOUR SLOT CALL -347-620-5768
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Yesterday, Busta Rhymes took control of the Internet conversation, as it was clear that he had signed to Cash Money. The revelation created a firestorm of discussion. Many people opposed the move, and others were all for seeing the New York Giant get down with the house that Baby, Slim, and Wayne built. I believe this is a great move for Busta Rhymes as long as he is able to remain “Busta Rhymes” as we know him along with the added the muscle of Cash Money. Here are the “5 Reasons Why Busta Signing To Cash Money Is Good.” Read it, then love it or hate it. Either or.
1) Access to the hottest talents in the game…for free. Up front, your hate or distaste for CMYM doesn’t matter. They have Nicki, Wayne, Drake, Baby, and a bunch of others. They are winning. Busta Rhymes has been a winner, but has seen a strain on his long career. Stop hating, and I mean hating. Those the balk at the signing said nothing when he was on Aftermath, under that umbrella. So, why care about this one? At least, he’ll get a release date and top-notch features.
2) Busta has done well with staying in the public eye. You have Jay-Z and a few other 90′s that are still playing in “the league,” but very few. This now gives him an opportunity to be re-introduced to the 14-year-olds that weren’t even alive when Busta killed “The Arsenio Hall Show” with A Tribe Called Quest. (Google that!)
3) Speaking of the youth, these days, they don’t get to enjoy the spoils of lyricism that some of us grew up with. Perhaps Busta Rhymes, with his CMYM pals, can help usher in a new appreciation for lyrics. Nobody, and I do mean nobody, is spitting like Busta on records like “Look At Me Now,” which was actually Chris Brown’s hit record.
4) Given the opportunity, you would sign to Cash Money, too. Don’t front.
5) Last, but not least, it’s just a good look for Busta Rhymes. Looking at the tweets, people act like this is the the mid-90s we’re talking about. The Flipmode Squad is gone. The Bushi clothing line is gone. Even the super expensive video budgets have dried up. But, Busta Rhymes is still here…and he’s an awesome lyricist. He’s a rapper that has done what only a few have done, and that’s stayed relevant in Hip-Hop for over 20 years. That’s right, Busta debuted with a group called Leaders of the New School in the late 80s/early 90s.
Some people plead that he’s a legend and shouldn’t be signing under another banner, especially one as commercially ubiquitous as Cash Money/Young Money. Busta is a grown man so why shouldn’t he – at this stage of his career – be making moves that further secure his family’s future? How many of you copped his last album in 2009? He’s never been a business man in the manner of a Jay-Z, so why pretend to be? He’s never once shown a penchant for the indie rapper life. So let Busta live. He’s an artist! He’s got the lyrics, he’s tenured in Hip-Hop and now he’s got the added industry clout to add nine more lives onto an already incredible career.
Long live Busta Rhymes.
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Monday, November 21, 2011
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