Your Music REUP (08.02.11)

Plane Mode – Go So Hard, J NiCS – A Rapper From Miami, WOODY – Take Me Away, A.Dd+ – Freakquency, JMIC – Let My Tape Rock ft. XV, Gees Extortion – Top Spot ft. Nitty Scott MC [Prod. by Focus], P. Dukes ft 2 Lettaz – Errybody Think They Kno Me, Pavy – Hip-Hop is my Home, Chane – 70 Bars Of History, The Game ft. B.o.B & Wiz Khalifa – Standin On A Corner.

Plane Mode – Go So Hard

“The first OFFICIAL single has leaked off of the ‘Pre-Flyght Music’ mixtape. This track is completely unmastered however it is slightly mixed. The mixtape will be dropping within the next few weeks and we have gotten a lot of positive responses from everyone regarding the performances and the music. Be sure to ‘LIKE’ our page on and we will keep you updated. Thank you all and remember, “We ain’t got fans, we got FAMILY!” Love y’all


J NiCS – A Rapper From Miami

Following his “From The South” tradition, J. NiCS continues paying homage to his region by releasing another Freestyle, this time shining light on his city with “A Rapper From Miami”. Gearing up for the release of his new EP Southern Niggas Ain’t Slow, The Polar Bear Mack will be dropping a slew of material in anticipation of his upcoming opus.


WOODY – Take Me Away

Woody returns with his latest release off the Chrysalis album titled, “Take Me Away”. The smooth emo-esque vibe stays true to form, with the lyrics being inspired by the process, of being brutally honest with one’s self. The experience is usually a mixture of both positive and negative.


A.Dd+ – Freakquency

We’re back with a smooth banger to show appreciation for our fans’ continued support. For “Freakquency,” we (Paris Pershun and Slim Gravy) called on producer Picnic Tyme, for a song that, as the title implies, is a call out to women of all wavelengths.


JMIC – Let My Tape Rock ft. XV


Gees Extortion – Top Spot ft. Nitty Scott MC [Prod. by Focus]

Emerging Real Radio Records’ artist Gees Extortion has his eyes on the game’s “Top Spot,” and apparently Nitty Scott MC is on the same page. Former Aftermath producer and Dr. Dre protege Focus laces the track with an overlaying chant and melody that appropriately suits the song’s title. The song is off of Gees’ forthcoming debut LP, Organized Rhymes.


P. Dukes ft 2 Lettaz – Errybody Think They Kno Me


Pavy – Hip-Hop is my Home


Chane – 70 Bars Of History


The Game ft. B.o.B & Wiz Khalifa – Standin On A Corner


Cam’ron & Jim Jones – Party Tonight ft. Teyana Taylor


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