1. WE GOT WHAT'CHA EARZ 'R' LOOKIN' FOR [VOLUME 1] - !Handzup! Network (Debut compilation album)


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    The debut compilation album from the !Handzup! Network label imprint entitled "WE GOT WHAT'CHA EARZ 'R' LOOKIN' FOR!" [VOLUME 1]. - T R A C K L I S T - The debut compilation album from the !Handzup! Network label imprint entitled "WE GOT WHAT'CHA EARZ 'R' LOOKIN' FOR!" [VOLUME 1]. Here is the Tracklist: 01) MANN-STUFF - Cee-Rock "The Fury" 02) CITY CONFINES - Don Jazz 03) THIS THAT FLOW - Ads 04) WORD SALAD - Cee-Rock "The Fury" 05) CAN'T BE CAUGHT - $tealthguhn (aka Self One) 06) BLACK BARBARIC LINGO - Cee-Rock "The Fury" feat. Nugget The Phantom 07) THE COMEBACK - D-Karats (aka Doc Ice) 08) WE GOT IT ALL - Cee-Rock "The Fury" feat. Nassim (aka Mo Flava) & Teemu 09) THE M.I.C. - Black Jewelz (aka J-Rock Da Lyrikill Terrah) 10) LET'Z PLAY THIS - Ghosts Of Blackout feat. Cee-Rock "The Fury" 11) TAKE ME AWAY - D-Karats (aka Doc Ice) feat. K. Wilks 12) LEGACY IN BLOOD - Tobijah feat. Cee-Rock "The Fury" 13) ALL ADS UP - Ads 14) TIME FLIES - Ghosts Of Blackout 15) LINDEN BOULEZ - Cee-Rock "The Fury" feat. Don Jazz & $tealthguhn (aka Self One) 16) TURNING AWAY FROM MYSELF - Tobijah *Video constructed by: FURY ANDERSON *Courtesy of: !HANDZUP! NETWORK

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    • G.I.A.G.D


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      Up & Coming new artist "Grimmy" [Official Video]

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      • Official Video: Slenda - Role Model (REMIX)


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        A Vulture Squad Production. Shot by JVSON | MEDIA Twitter: @SlendaThaKid

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        • Unbreakable


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          Dephkamp Song: Unbreakable Album: Depheating Hate

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          • Ozymandias featuring Merci Pain - Juice


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            Albany, NY Hip-Hop artist Ozymandias feat. Merci Pain...

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            • HIP-HOP Beyond Beats and Rhymes


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              Filmmaker Byron Hurt, a life-long hip-hop fan, was watching rap music videos on BET when he realized that each video was nearly identical. Guys in fancy cars threw money at the camera while scantily clad women danced in the background. As he discovered how stereotypical rap videos had become, Hurt, a former college quarterback turned activist, decided to make a film about the gender politics of hip-hop, the music and the culture that he grew up with. “The more I grew and the more I learned about sexism and violence and homophobia, the more those lyrics became unacceptable to me,” he says. “And I began to become more conflicted about the music that I loved.” The result is HIP-HOP: Beyond Beats and Rhymes, a riveting documentary that tackles issues of masculinity, sexism, violence and homophobia in today’s hip-hop culture. Sparking dialogue on hip-hop and its declarations on gender, HIP-HOP: Beyond Beats and Rhymes provides thoughtful insight from intelligent, divergent voices including rap artists, industry executives, rap fans and social critics from inside and outside the hip-hop generation. The film includes interviews with famous rappers such as Mos Def, Fat Joe, Chuck D and Jadakiss and hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons; along with commentary from Michael Eric Dyson, Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Kevin Powell and Sarah Jones and interviews with young women at Spelman College, a historically black school and one of the nation’s leading liberal arts institutions. The film also explores such pressing issues as women and violence in rap music, representations of manhood in hip-hop culture, what today’s rap lyrics reveal to their listeners and homoeroticism in hip-hop. A “loving critique” from a self-proclaimed “hip-hop head,” HIP-HOP: Beyond Beats and Rhymes discloses the complex intersection of culture, commerce and gender through on-the-street interviews with aspiring rappers and fans at hip-hop events throughout the country.

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              • Ozymandias - "Picasso Dreams"


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                Hip-Hop straight out of Albany, NY.... Check out the FREE Mixtape from Ozymandias on Datpiff http://www.datpiff.com/Ozymandias-Paradise-Falls-mixtape.543156.html

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                • ProVerb - Gravity


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                  Official music video for, "Gravity" by Hip-Hop artist Pro'Verb. Directed by Jay Dex for Sun Chase Media

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                  • YAHINES$ performs freestyle at Ripley Grier Studios (My Life Tour)


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                    Up and coming rapper, Yahiness, leaves audience members with a hot 16 during the My Life Tour at Ripley Grier Studios, NYC.

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                    • Maf Maddix "Squaring the Circle " - Official Video


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                      Maf Maddix is premiering new visuals for the song "Squaring the Circle". This track is free to the public for download and the link will be in the video description. Directed by Camilo Perdomo Special thanks to Cut Norris, Luse Kanz, Evan Mcintyre, Radio The Artist, Bryce Wyatt, Saúl Guinto Salinas and Mauricio Gonzalez. Art by : hieronymus http://www.flickr.com/photos/hieronymusismyname/ Squaring The Circle -The act of striving to meet a seemingly impossible goal without giving up- "For centuries the concept of the “circle in the square” or “squaring the circle” has represented the perfect geometric relationship, yet one that has no resolved formula because it contains the “transcendental number” of pi — a number with no end. For the artist, “circle in the square” can symbolize the tension between concept and reality, the perfection that exists in the realm of the idea, but seems to disappear in manifestation. Like every human being, the artist journeys on, seeking the “circle in the square,” hoping to somehow capture the smallest glimpse of perfection. This possibility of perfection opens in live performance, as the artist and audience meet in the work."

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