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The Lost Tape “BeatTape” – Free Download

“The Lost Tape” Instrumentals Download my instrumental album “The Lost Tape” (valued at $150) FREE when you sign up to my mailing list. Also receive exclusive beats releases, latest  news, industry tips, + many more! Don’t forget  to check your […]


Promoting/Marketing Your Music Online : Do’s and Don’ts

Today artists are handling more aspects of their career than ever before. They run the finance department, the production department, booking their own shows, etc. It’s not always easy trying to do all this by yourself. But until you get […]


10 Laws To Become A successful Independent Artist

by MICHAEL TRAMPE Law 1: Do Your Research Eric Beasley: Co-Owner of The world’s largest MC Battle League, SMACK/ URL and one of the largest Hip Hop YouTube channels online Beasley has also worked as an artist and producer manager in addition […]


LeBron James Voted Most Popular Athlete

LeBron James has been voted the Most Popular Athlete for the first time in his illustrious career. According to a Harris Poll conducted last month, which sampled 2,241 people in the U.S, James beat out Michael Jordan who reigned supreme from 1993-2005. 

After his decision in 2011, LeBron fell out of the top-10 altogether. Among the 18-36 and 49-67 demographic,James was the most popular while Jordan took the 37-48 demographic. 

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Jeezy Explains What Happened With Freddie Gibbs

Jeezy gives some insight on how his business relationship with Freddie Gibbs ceased.

When Jeezy first took Freddie Gibbs under his wing, it seemed like a match made in heaven. However, after some time under the CTE World imprint, Gibbs parted ways with Jeezy. While things seemed amicable at first, Gibbs launched numerous disses at Jeezy after some time had passed. The Atlanta rapper never responded, but in an interview with Elliott Wilson, he explained exactly why the two had to go their separate ways.

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Kendrick Lamar Talks “good kid, m.A.A.d city” Being Called A Classic, Follow Up Album

Kendrick Lamar speaks on what to expect from the follow-up to "good kid, m.A.A.d city".

Expectations are high for Kendrick Lamar's follow-up to good kid, m.A.A.d city. The rapper's 2012 effort (which you can't call his debut album or his sophomore album without pissing someone off) was greeted with almost unanimous praise within days of its release, which makes the pressure pretty high for the next album, but according K.Dot, he's not feeling all that much.

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