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Hey beautiful peeps! Thanx for being ever supportive and loving.Your favourite boy Y.M.C has been nominated in the forth coming Starlett Youth Awards..to vote,Pls follow the link»Click here and like his pic! #Bless!

Simply for ur convenience..you can tweet this»» Pls vote @i_am_ymc as your favourite nominee #Starlett youth awards 2013»https://t.co/RijEV1wUZa #bless!

Please after voting tell a friend to tell a friend who has other friends to also vote!! ;)#Thanks so much! I really appreciate! ({}) #Team_HCKT

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Not a Love Song

Pyramid Of Bosses (POB) artiste ‘Breadé’ (real name : Emmanuel Nkamare) the ‘Whore’ crooner is back with a paradigm shifting record, #NotALoveSong, produced by the magnificent Yung Willis (producer extraordinaire). The unorthodox blend of rnb n rap on d dance hall beat is sure to thrill you. This is beautiful music people Enjoy !!!!! Download mp3

Listen to Don Jazzy’s Version of ” Baby Face ” .. Wande Stole from Me – Don Jazzy

Its about to get messy?? Don Jazzy as been quiet about Wande Coals Exit from MAVIN Records some months back without sending out press releases or tweeting about it untill now.

Wande Coal just released a new single produced by Shizz  ” Baby Face ” and Don Baba J just tweeted a link to the original single he sang last Year calling Wande’s Version  ” Interlectual Property Theft ”

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{D.j Carlos & C’Klin} “Pain Pleasure Passion”

Months after their previous Hit track (“NO LIKE”), Destructive A** N*ggas, {D.j Carlos & C’Klin} known for their unique style and lyrical prowess come out with a not-so-destructive new joint titled; “Pain Pleasure Passion” (a.k.a ‘3Ps’ by T’Shegz) which is a track for all seasons especially when dealing with matters of the heart. This cool jam about trust issues in relationships promises to soothe your listening pleasure because its more lyrical than vocal. So listen VERY CLOSELY & Enjoy!Download Mp3 screen_20131104_0817122.jpg”>

M.I Opens up on ‘Dissing’ Olamide, & why DaGrin is Irreplacable

M.I responded to a question by fellow Rapper Phenom in the “Rap Battle ” segment of RELOADED Magazine’s November issue

“Look at my history, I have beef with someone, I mention their names. ‘Akpata’ wasn’t targeted at anyone. A few people went to town saying it was targeted at Olamide but it wasn’t. I’m saying that because a lot of people have implied that because I said a line about Da Grin, I was dissing Olamide. If anyone got the wrong idea, I apologize. The line about Da Grin was more about Da Grin than it was about anyone else. Da Grin was a hero. He was a real success story for the streets. He was special, he had an energy that was like nothing else. When he died, nothing else mattered to entertainers; he was that special. I think Olamide is super creative and so is Reminisce and I think to far they have done great with indigenous ?rap but Da Grin will stay in a special place”

The controversial lyrics read

“Omo I miss dagrin the streets they miss him too

Cause ever since he left we got nothing to listen to

These rappers missed his shoe

Nobody speaking truth