In the study of Ancient Egypt, the 7th Dynasty is notable for the lack of clear historical information on the period, as well as the breakdown in central authority that occurred during its span. However, Brooklyn spitter Divine and Queens mainstay Tragedy Khadafi‘s reign over underground Hip-Hop seems destined to play out differently. As featured on Alterbeats‘ sophomore LP Class Struggle, the French producer alongside his collaborators offer clear documentation of their dominance over the game on “7th Dynasty” . DJs, if you would like to be serviced this single, please email your requests to: radiopromo [@] diamondmedia360.com.
Alterbeats (feat. Divine & Tragedy Khadafi) – “7th Dynasty”
G-Rod (feat. Chi-Ali) – “Untouchable”
Veteran Bronx producer G-Rod is pleased to release “Untouchable” , the latest release from his Sour Music Group imprint, featuring Bronx rap legend Chi-Ali. “Untouchable” boasts G-Rod’s signature boom-bap style production, and scratch composition, coupled with Ali’s braggadocio rhyme schemes to create a rather potent East Coast themed underground anthem. “They creep, just like T-Boz and Chilli did, young ni**as be like ‘who he?,’ silly kids” spits Chi-Ali who advises Rap’s new generation to get familiar with the former Native Tongues affiliate emcee. DJs, if you would like to be serviced this single, please email your requests to: radiopromo [@] diamondmedia360.com.
Syler (feat. Skyzoo & Lydia Caesar) – “Goin’ Nowhere” (prod. by J. Glaze)
Syler, the dedicated NYC based emcee/producer and songwriter, manages to find solace in his ability to tell a moving story to fans who appreciate more than just a head-nodding beat and a captivating hook. Together with Lydia Caesar and Brooklyn rapper Skyzoo, “Goin’ Nowhere” is the anthem for everyone who can’t quit the hustle. With it’s powerful and inspiring instrumentals supplied by J. Glaze, the track that will be the backdrop as you put in work. “Goin’ Nowhere” will be featured on Syler’s forthcoming mixtape, One Minute To Midnight. DJs, if you would like to be serviced this single, please email your requests to: radiopromo [@] diamondmedia360.com.
Syler (feat. DJ JS-1 & Nitty Scott, MC) – “Dusk Till Dawn”
Long Island born and raised emcee and producer Syler is pleased to present “Dusk Till Dawn” , the debut single off his forthcoming mixtape, One Minute To Midnight. The single boasts guest features from the widely acclaimed Brooklyn transplant Nitty Scott, MC, along with scratch composition provided by the renown Turntablist, DJ JS-1 of the legendary Rock Steady Crew. Stay tuned for more music and videos from NYC’s upcoming emcee/songwriter/producer, Syler. DJs, if you would like to be serviced this single, please email your requests to: radiopromo [@] diamondmedia360.com.
Alterbeats (feat. Chief Kamachi, Kromeatose & Block McCloud)
The French-based collective of producers, graphic designers and videographers, better known as Alterbeats unveil the debut single “TV Screen” off their debut LP, The French Revolution. Featuring guest appearances from Chief Kamachi, Kromeatose & Block McCloud, “TV Screen” makes a strong statement about modern society while emphasizing themes central to the album, such as oppression and the unheard, with lines like, “Yes, we do exist, but they don’t believe till we on the TV screen.”
DOWNLOAD: “TV Screen” (320 Bitrate Main, Clean & Instrumental)
Stretch Money – “Let’s Get High” B/W “What’s Hapnin” (Maxi-Single)
In promotion of Stretch Money‘s April 24th release of 25 Miles Per Hour, produced entirely by the G-Unit affiliate Nick Speed, the Detroit spitter drops two of the album’s gems with “Let’s Get High” B/W “What’s Hapnin.” On “Let’s Get High,” Stretch reveals his adoration for the green goddess and invites others to come along for the ride over Speed’s hypnotic drums and flute loop. On the flip, Stretch takes it to the block or the infectious street banger “What’s Hapnin,” where the Detroit emcee breaks down where he stands lyrically amongst his comp. DJs, if you would like to be serviced this maxi-single, email your requests to: radiopromo [@] diamondmedia360.com.
Bowtie Slim – “Hip Hop” (Digi 12″)
Philly’s Bowtie Slim a/ka/ Billy D Money delivers the appropriately titled, self-produced single “Hip Hop,” to his debut LP, Big Dreams Little Paper, which is scheduled to be released on May 1st through Raw Money Records. In two verses and three hooks, Slim showcases his talent, dedication and rapture for the culture. “I’ve come to the conclusion it’s my time to shine, so what’s yours belongs to me and what’s mine is mine/ so we can go line for line, or better yet verse for verse, or matter fact song for song…”
Dujeous – Day In Day Out
DM360 is pleased to spearhead the CMJ album campaign for Day In Day Out, the sophomore album from Dujeous, one of the premiere hip-hop bands making music today. With a new-and-improved sound, a new focus and a new album, Dujeous is ready for new eardrums, new stages, new continents and new levels of success. Album includes guest appearances from the likes of John Legend, Sharon Jones and Immortal Technique. DJs, if you would like to be serviced with 320 bitrate album passes of the main and/or clean edit version of this album, please email your requests to: radiopromo [@] diamondmedia360.com.
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