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With just a couple of days before the release of the "Grind Life Films EP" the head of Grind Life Ernie Redeyes decided to drop a single from the EP. "Nothing On Me" is the Kydd Jones rapped and produced track from the project, with production help from Keef. The EP is set to drop this Sunday here on

So we're a few days late on getting this up, but that doesn't mean we haven't been aware that BeatKing and DJ Chose has the internet and quite possibly strip clubs throughout Texas going crazy with their newest collab. With it being two years since their last collab, the song posses the question "what you gonna do two years after Throw Dat Ass?" The answer "Stand Behind Her." Linking up with June James the Club God and Mr. 3rd Level himself DJ Chose crank out another winning strip club anthem with "Stand Behind Her." Also here is the song's service pack for all DJs.

Detroit has been producing some top notch hip hop lately. The Motor City has been showing that they are much more than just Eminem, Big Sean, Danny Brown, and ROyce Da 5'9. While those are all great artist Detroit has a whole scene that has been making noise! One of its rising stars is Eddie Muney, and he releases his first project titled, "D.O.E.(Drugs Of Everyday)" completely produced by the Detroit duo of Alo Genius and Jay John Henry that is JayGenius. Eddie Muney had this to say about his release

"The titles in which you will hear on this first project Drugs Of Everyday (D.O.E.) will not just be songs, nor rap ballads to get you through your trying time, but the code in which we see in ourselves. Moods will change throughout, as should you. D.O.E. rides the grooves of life, completely in debt of the struggle - beautiful it has been called. As for me, I'm just a part of you. See and hear my vices, my indecision and unsure certainty as well as my progression as the pursuit of happiness diseases me. I've never been one to rely on so to speak but when purpose finds you, you just know. I may be vague in explanation of me but in depth is the music as I show you what counts. Play by play it will be as I leave it all on the field." Eddie Muney

​For those of you you are not familiar with him, Brooklyn MC Bad Seed has had minor success in underground Hip Hop since the 90's. Being a part of the O.B.S. crew with Jean Grae and Pumpkin Head is where he got his start in the late 90's. After disbanding he went solo and made a buzz from working with super producer Nottz dropping the smash singles "For The kids" and "Uhhnnhh" (which made it on Funk Flex's "The Mixtape Vol VI" album). The singles got him a deal with Warner Bros in which he recorded an album that got shelved and never released. Today Seed plans to release his final album "Coreyography" in 2015 and to start things off he drops the Dr No produced Caviar.

On 8-12-2014, Hilltop Hoods released their brand new album Walking Under Stars through Golden Era Records/Fontana. The album is the highly anticipated follow up to 2012’s double platinum ARIA award winning album "Drinking from the Sun" and upon its release, "Walking Under Stars" catapulted to the top of the Australian charts for 3 successive weeks and debuted as a top 15 release on iTunes.

The band has managed to once again push the envelope for Australian hip hop with the incendiary "Walking Under Stars," a release that promises to be unlike anything fans have heard before.

"Walking Under Stars" boasts twelve-tracks and features guest appearances from the legendary Brother Ali, New Zealand soul songstress Aaradhna, UK’s rising soul star Maverick Sabre, ARIA Award winning soul rocker Dan Sultan and fellow Best Urban ARIA winner Drapht.