Chris Cash The Gifted – Gift Rap EP @ChrisCashTG

Posted: February 21, 2015 by Everydayhiphoptv.com in HIPHOP
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Hey Yall check out this new EP with 5-songs. Its called Gift Rap EP
From Chris Cash The Gifted. He a young rapper and producer from Montreal Canada

Contact info:
email: christopherfequiere@gmail.com
twitter: @ChrisCashTG

Chief Keef – Sorry 4 The Weight

Posted: February 20, 2015 by Everydayhiphoptv.com in HIPHOP
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After being quiet for most of 2014, Chief Keef is back on the grind and “Sorry 4 The Weight” with this new 20 track mixtape. With few features and mainly in house production, “Sorry 4 The Weight” is just a warm up to what Keef plans to release independently throughout 2015.

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JcBaby releases new mixtape “It’s My Time” For booking & features contact HDMBooking@Gmail.com

Listen Download Juicy J Blue Dream And Lean 2
The highly anticipated follow up to Juicy J’s 2012 classic mixtape “Blue Dream & Lean.” The mixtape features 17 records and features from Future, Wiz Khalifa, K Camp, Project Pat, Elle Varner as well as production from Lil Awree, Key Wayne and Sunny Digital & more! Follow on twitter @therealjuicyJ

Listen Download Juicy J Blue Dream And Lean 2
The highly anticipated follow up to Juicy J’s 2012 classic mixtape “Blue Dream & Lean.” The mixtape features 17 records and features from Future, Wiz Khalifa, K Camp, Project Pat, Elle Varner as well as production from Lil Awree, Key Wayne and Sunny Digital & more! Follow on twitter @therealjuicyJ

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Memphis’ Young Dolph On Declining Yo Gotti’s Co-sign, Why ATL Rappers Get Famous + Freestyles

n an exclusive interview with VladTV, Young Dolph shares stories from his childhood, hustling at a young age and working with Memphis legends like Juicy J.
The South Memphis native talks about growing up in a poverty stricken area filled with crime and violence. While it was dangerous, the rapper explains a comradery among neighbors and his friends. He also says getting out of the hood was a big priority. Instead of focusing on school and being a teen, he decided to work on the streets to take care of his family. Dolph later explains that he started hustling at the age of 14, but didn’t take it seriously until he was 16-years-old.
After being inspired by rappers like C-Murder and Lil Boosie, he decided to record music between 2008 and 2009. After working on it seriously, Dolph has had the pleasure to work with Juicy J, Yo Gotti and many more.
Check out what he has to say about his experience with Juicy J and more above