Wednesday, 29 February 2012

"Bringing 88' Back!!!!" New Scram Jones, Jadakiss, Fokis Ft. Sadat X, Don Streats M.O.P. & Termanology

Don Streats Baltimore B-Boyism 
*New Hip-Hop That's Got The Old Skool Flavour*

Vid Arroyo: "I Linked up With Scram Jones in Efforts Of Creating Something Fun & Different, Being Fans of Hip Hop & The Martial Art Culture.(Shout Out To The Wu) I Had The Idea For This Sitting In My Head For Several Months Now Sharing The Idea Of Making Something Action Packed To A Break Beat. A Friend of Mine Shot Some Kung-Fu Scenes To Promote the Video Game Sleeping Dogs, So I Fused Scrams Music, & His Performance With Some Screen Shots Of Sleeping Dogs & We Now Have a Mix-tape Video For Dead Wrong. Enjoy !" DOWNLOAD "DEAD WRONG" OFF OF SCRAM JONES "THE HAT TRICK" MIXTAPE ON SCRAMJONES.COM AND CHECK HIS OTHER CRAZY VIDEOS! 

Diggy - 88 feat. Jadakiss [Official Video] 
The official video for Diggy's "88" feat. Jadakiss - off the new album "Unexpected Arrival" - available in stores and online everywhere 3.20.12! Pre-order your copy now
*I know..... Run's son....*

Don Streat Don Streat - Rapper Shot Remix ft. Termanology & Lil Fame (produced by Illmind) Official "Rapper Shot" music video by Don Streat from the forthcoming Suicide Bars LP. Download the full remix featuring Lil Fame of M.O.P & Termanology here: Song Production by Illmind for Video Production by Da'key Keymotep 

Fokis Ft. Sadat X & DJ Chonz - "#Justsayin" (Potholes Re-make)
The 3rd music video off Fokis' A Vintage State Of Mind Mix Tape (available here or Follow us on twitter @fokeezy @sadatx @djchonz @Pnameck @lunchboxbeats Shot & Edited by Pnameck for Lunchboxbeats Videos Inc.

"Show 'Em How to MC" featuring Grandmaster Caz 
The first official single off the upcoming "Vintage Album" by Fokis & RP. Produced by Fokeezy (Fokis' alias as a producer) this song has all the elements of a B-Boy anthem. The Vintage album is scheduled for release in January 2012 and features Hip-Hop legends Kurtis Blow, DMC, Kingsun, Sadat X, Lord Jamar, Kool G. Rap, Spoonie Gee, King T, MC Eiht, N.O.R.E. and more. Created with two purposes in mind, "The Vintage Album" was intended not only to salute Hip-Hop's pioneers but also to re-create the sound and feel of the early 80's through the mid 90's.

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