What's good my Texas Hip-Hop lovers of BlackRadioIsBack.com and the FuseBox Radio Broadcast,

I felt the need to shine a bit of the spotlight on Southwest Houston's own (and also Screwed Up Click and the ABN Gang member) Trae the Truth, especially with this upcoming Streets Advocate Mixtape dropping on November 11th all over the place.

The first time I personally heard this brother on the mic was relatively late in his almost decade-long career through one of my southern connects, on the 2007 release of the Life Goes On album.

Pretty much right after that, I started copping more of his regular releases (Restless and The Truth Show are pretty dope as well), his mixtapes and checking for the bro on other artist's releases.

Besides having crazy skills, good ear for beats & production along with the ability to get folks amped (always a good thing), Trae gives some of the most direct (whether you agree with him or not) and therefore real interviews and music of a great deal of these so-called Street Hip-Hop artists.

We have a couple of tracks from the Evil Empire & Trae The Truth - Streets Advocate Mixtape for folks to cop a free download of as well as a few of Trae's videos (straight up, NSFW to blast off on the speakers without getting a side eye or worse on the language end) to get a feel of where folks are at - hope you enjoy!

Evil Empire & Trae The Truth - Streets Advocate Mixtape


1. Streets's Advocate
2. Evil Empire Intro
3. Recession
4. Swagger Like Us
5. Evil Empire Skit
6. So Hot
7. Grey Cassette (for my radio DJs, get the clean version of this joint here)
8. I Am Houston
9. Blowin' Money
10. Evil Empire Break
11. Dope Boyz
12. Go Hard
13. Can't Believe It
14. Not a Stain on Me
15. Live Yo Life
16. They Shook
17. What Kind of Man
18. Screw Tape On
19. Letter to the King
20. Ball Til U Fall
21. Quit Callin' Pt. 2
22. Dis Morning Remix
23. 2 Seater

Trae the Truth Official MySpace Page
Trae The Truth Official Website

Music Video #1: Trae The Truth - Streets Advocate

Music Video #2: Trae feat. Hawk (R.I.P.) - Swang

Music Video #3: Trae - I'm Fresh

Happy Friday to Everyone in BlackRadioIsBack.com & FuseBox Radio Broadcast land!

The Barack Obama Hip-Hop song trend continues with NYC's Classic Hip-Hop Era MC, Dres of Black Sheep remixing the group's classic hit, The Choice Is Yours.

With the video being made in less than two days by the folks at Voodoo Cowboy Entertainment & Super!Alright! Media, the video is meant to inspire folks to vote period, regardless of Political Parties or Backgrounds - but definitely advocates the need for change in the U.S.

Give the video a look, cop the mp3 download and let us know what you think:

Dres of Black Sheep - The Choice is Yours (Tasters Choice RMX)

Dres of Black Sheep - The Choice is Yours (Tasters Choice RMX) mp3 Download

Bonus Music Video #1: Black Sheep - The Choice is Yours (This Or That) (classic early 1990s era NYC Hip-Hop)

Black Sheep - The Choice is Yours (This Or That) mp3 Download

Bonus Music Video #2: Black Sheep - Without A Doubt (classic early 1990s era NYC Hip-Hop)

Black Sheep - Without A Doubt mp3 Download

Bonus Music Video #3: Black Sheep - Whodat?

Black Sheep - Whodat? mp3 Download

Watch This Video: Last Chance: VOTE November 4th! (features Hip-Hop artists like Young Jeezy, The Game, Kids In The Hall, Common and more talking about the U.S. Presidential Election)
Shouts to 247HH.COM for making this video!

UN Fears Grow Over Unrest In The Congo - BBC News

Minister Louis Farrakhan Announces Expanded Mission For Nation of Islam - The Final Call

U.S. Presidential Election #1: The Most Important Presidential Election Ever. Again. No, Really! - Black Agenda Report

U.S. Presidential Election #2: Racists for Obama - Gawker

U.S. Presidential Election #3: Pre-Election Anxiety Squeezes African American Women - The Huffington Post

U.S. Presidential Election #4: The GOP's Blame-ACORN Game - The Nation

U.S. Presidential Election #5: Boogiemen: How Lee Atwater Perfected the G.O.P.'s Appeal to Racism - CounterPunch

Hackonomics - Newsweek

Bloomberg's Cops Illegally Cuffing Kids Under 16? - Village Voice

Black Rock: An Oral History - SPIN Magazine

Gun Found During Probe Of Hudson Killings - CNN

Comedian Rudy Ray Moore's Discography & Biography (R.I.P.) - Wax Poetics

The Return of the Magnificent Mingering - Washington City Paper

Assaulted Woman Claims Suge Knight & Associates Hid Death Row Records Masters - AllHipHop.com

SMH News #1: Randy Catholic Priest Seduces Parishoner & Lawsuit Filed - NY Daily News

SMH News #2: Never Saw This At McDonald's And Hopefully Never Will - Oh Hell Nawl

R&B Singer Natalie Cole Is Doing A Lot Better Healthwise - Rhymes With Snitch

The Last Dragon Is Being Remade?!? AND Samuel Jackson Is In It As Sho'nuff? * faints * - D-Listed

Boxer Lalia Ali's Baby Is Cute - Bossip

Cop this Mixtape:

DJ Premier & Year Round Records Presents - Time 4 Change


1. DJ Premier & Biggest G - Time 4 Change
2. NYG'z - Policy
3. Big Shug - When I Strike
4. House Of Reps - U Gotta Love Us
5. Termanology - Hold That
6. Blaq Poet - Ain’t Nuttin Changed
7. Prodigy - Veterans Memorial Pt. 2
8. Statik Selektah feat. MOP & Jadakiss - For The City
9. Young Maylay - I Showed You
10. D-Flow (D.I.T.C.) - Like Dat
11. Scarface - Emeritus
12. Jake One feat. Little Brother - Bless The Child
13. Ludacris feat. Floyd Mayweather - Undisputed
14. LL Cool J - Dear Hip Hop
15. DJ Revolution feat. Planet Asia - School
16. Bumpy Knuckles - The OG Pt. 3
17 Royce Tha 5'9? - I Gotta Shake This
18. DJ Revolution feat. KRS-One & DJ Premier - The DJ
19. Black Milk feat. Pharoahe Monch, DJ Premier & SeanPrice - The Matrix

And This One As Well:

DJ E-V - I Run Ohio Mixtape!


1. King-Dom & Copywrite - I Run Ohio Intro (Kickdrums)
2. Kanye West - Lovedown (LMFAO Remix)
3. Pitbull feat. Lil Jon - Krazy (E-V Mix)
4. Stuey Rock ftea. King-Dom - Nympho
5. Pitbull & Three 6 Mafia - Lolli Lolli (Remix)
6. LMFAO feat. Pitbull - Im In Miami Bitch (Remix)
7. Kid Cudi - Embrace The Martian (Round Table Knights/E-V Remix)
8. Kid Cudi - Day N Nite (Crookers Remix)
9. Bone - Thuggish Ruggish (Kickdrums/DiscoTech Remix 08)
10. Thunder Katz - 3am (E-V Exclusive) (Klever Remix)
11. The Kickdrums - Love Drug
12. Santogold - Lights Out
13. ColdPlay - Viva La Bass (Remix)
14. Swizz Beatz - That Oprah
15. M.I.A. feat. Jay-Z - Boyz (Remix)
16. NERD - Anti Matter (destroy disco edit)
17. Chip Tha Ripper feat. Kid Cudi - Ask About Me (Rami Remix)
18. Kanye West - Homecoming (Discotech Rmx)
19. NERD feat. Kanye West - Everyone Nose (Original Beat Remix)
20. Chip Tha Ripper - Freaky What (YP Remix)
21. Copywrite - Prince Freestyle (E-V Exclusive)
22. Lil Wayne - A Ohio-Milli (A Tribe Called Quest/Dj Won/E-V Mix)
23. Young Ray - Goblin (Prod. By JP)
24. Jackin Jay-Z - Wonderwall (Danny Diggz Mash)
25. Kid Cudi - Paper Plane Freestyle
26. T.I., Kanye West & Jay-Z - Swagger Like Us (Cobra Krames)
27. Dj Felli Fel, Ludacris & Lil Jon - Get Buck In Here (Electro Remix)
28. Chip Tha Ripper - Justice Freestyle
29. Kanye West - Electric Touch (MightyMiSteve1der Mix)
30. Doxx - All In In My Head (prod. by The Kickdrums)
31. John Legend ft. Andé 3000 – GreenLight (DiploMix)
32. Doxx - She Wants it (Remix By The Kickdrums)
33. 6s – Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Hey there BlackRadioIsBack.com and FuseBox Radio Broadcast family,

Hope that the week is wrapping up well for folks leading into a fun weekend! :)

Just wanted to hit you all with this free music sampler from !K7 Records that displays some of their best music releases of 2008.

The !K7 Records label is a pretty dope group that puts out a lot of Hip-Hop, Soul, Funk, Reggae, Rock, Drum & Bass and Electronica Music from folks.

Cope the free download, give it a listen and hopefully, enjoy that's out there!

Download Link #1
Download Link #2


1. Hot Chip - My Piano (Dub); appears on DJ Kicks album
2. Carl Craig - Brainfreeze (Edit); appears on Sessions album
3. Quiet Village - Circus of Horror; appears on Silent Movie album
4. The Herbaliser - You're Not All That; appears on Same as It Never Was album
5. Milosh - Awful Game; appears on III album
6. Bomb The Bass - So Special; appears on Future Chaos album
7. The Matthew Herbert Big Band - The Story (Edit); appears on There's Me And There's You album
8. Circlesquare - Dancers (Edit); appears on the upcoming Songs About Dancing And Drugs album (2009)
9. Boozoo Bajou - Flickers (Edit); appears on the upcoming Grains album (2009)

Hot Chip Official MySpace Page
Carl Craig Official MySpace Page
Quiet Village Official MySpace Page
The Herbaliser Official MySpace Page
Milosh Official MySpace Page
Bomb The Bass Official MySpace Page
The Matthew Herbert Big Band Official MySpace Page
Circlesquare Official MySpace Page
Boozoo Bajou Official MySpace Page

Direct mp3 Download (right click and "save as")

This is the FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Jon Judah for the week of October 29, 2008 with some new and classic Hip-Hop & Soul music, news and commentary.

This week's commentary covered the most recent developments in the U.S. Presidential Election (especially the recent assassination attempt on Barack Obama and some of the racist rallies that have been occuring), getting into making sure votes will COUNT this election cycle since it is less then a week away and early voting is in effect and more things.

We also have new Direct EFX segment this week - we were not able to access a new Black Agenda Report before the show recording.

Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast here on BlackRadioIsBack.com - all of the shows are clean/radio friendly.

FuseBox Radio Playlist for Week of October 29, 2008 (in no particular order)

Eric Sermon feat. Keith Murray & Redman/Music RMX/Def Squad & J Records
Q-Tip/Offical/Universal Motown
Agallah/Amero/White Label (TheDonBishop.com; http://www.myspace.com/agallahdonbishop)
K'naan/ABCs (Chubb Rock RMX)/A&M & Octane
Mos Def/Life in Marvelous Times/Downtown
Duke/Freedom In Africa/Six Degrees Records
Redman/I Got A Secret/Gilla House & Def Jam
Dead Prez feat. Malcolm X/Politrikkks/White Label (http://www.deadprez.com; http://www.myspace.com/deadprezmuzic)
Mistah Fab/Um-Hmm/White Label (http://www.myspace.com/mistahfab)
Brand New Heavies/All Fired Up (Tom Moulton Mix)/Delicious Vinyl
Dwele/A Few Reasons/RT Music Group & Koch
Devin the Dude feat. Smoke DZA/Highway/Razor & Tie
Wayne Wonder/Stay Close (on The Beauty Rhythm)/White Label (http://www.waynewonder.com; http://www.myspace.com/waynewonder4life)
Jazznova feat. Ben Westbeech/I Can See/Verve Records
Shonie/Miss Independent RMX/Slick Salt Ent. & Slip-N-Slide Records
Jake One feat. MF Doom/Get Er Done/White Van Music
D.O.E. feat. Keri Hilson/Coming Down/White Label (http://www.myspace.com/itsdoe)
The Knux/Fire/Interscope
Janelle Monae/Many Moons/Wondaland Arts Society & Bad Boy
American Yard/Yes We Did/Konlive & Interscope
LaBelle feat. Wyclef/Roll Out/Verve
Critical/Remember (inst.)/Creative Juices Music
Rob Grimes/Around The World (inst.)/Grimetime Lifestyle & Skoolcraft Music
Mr. Lif/The Sun (inst.)/Bloodbot Tactical Enterprises
G*Fam/Get Down (inst.)/G*Fam Records
Prodigy/Cold World (inst.)/Dirt Class Records
Lil Fats feat. Illaj/Something Sexy (inst.)/Hi Rollerz Records
Pete Rock/True Master/Loud
Too Short/You Know What I Mean/Jive
Young M.C./Principal's Office/Delicious Vinyl & Island
The West Coast Rap All-Stars/We're All In The Same Gang/WB
Ice-T/You Played Yourself/Sire
D.O.C./The Formula/Ruthless Records
N.W.A./Express Yourself (Bonus Beats)/Ruthless Records
Above The Law/Murder Rap/Ruthless Records
Digital Underground/The Humpty Dance/Tommy Boy
Ice Cube/America's Most Wanted/Priority
Dr. Dre/Deep Cover/Epic
D.I.T.C./Get Yours/Rawkus
Dr. Drew/Keep the Heads Ringing/Priority & Interscope
Quincy Jones/Slum Creeper/Universal
Earth, Wind & Fire/On Your Face/Columbia
Dizzy Gillespie/Manteaca/White Label
Herbie Hancock/Heartbeat/Columbia
Lonnie Smith/Spinning Wheel/Blue Note
Rose Royce/Do Your Dance/Whitfield Records
Jackson 5/I Am Love/Motown

PLUS Special Extra Tracks in A Secret Jon Judah Master Mix w/ Old School Classics and more MySpace.com Independent Music Finds

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What's up folks,

Hope you had a good week so far!

Every once in a while, we over here at BlackRadioIsBack.com are going to dig in the vaults and give you a flashback/thowback/old school episode or two of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast to checkout, download and enjoy.

Folks have not done that in a while, so just wanted to dust off some joints from the archives for everyone's listening pleasure...

Hope you like them! And here goes:

This is an older episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Jon Judah from the weeks of December 27, 2006 and February 28, 2007 with some new and classic Hip-Hop & Soul music and commentary.

Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast here on BlackRadioIsBack.com - all of the shows are clean/radio friendly.

Direct mp3 Download - FuseBox Radio Broadcast - December 27, 2006 (right click and "save as")

FuseBox Radio Playlist for Week of December 27, 2006 (in no particular order)

Nas/Blood Diamonds/Def Jam
O.C./The Inventor/Net Mill Ent. & Mushine Inc.
Ghostface/Alex (Stolen Scripts)/Def Jam
Ata Def/Cut It Out/Heavy Reign Ent.
K. Banger/Untitled Natural High/The Dirt Dept.
Dom Pachino/Box With Me/Napalm Records
Insane Macbeth feat.The Legendary Icepick/The Icepick Freestyle/Insane Rd.
Rell Dert feat. Keak Da Sneak/Cut Back/CTDC Records
Dreamgirls Soundtrack feat. Various Artists/Fake Your Way to the Top/Sony Urban, Columbia & Music World
Digible Planets/9th Wonder (Slicker!!)/EMI
MC Lyte/Wonder Years/White Label
MF Doom/Vomitspit/Rhymesayers
Bilal Bashir & Divine Styler/Get Up On It (Inst.)/Domination Records
Vernon Reid/Known Unknown/Favored Nations
Wale Oyejide/This is Dedicated To.../Shaman Work & Angry Robot
De La Soul feat. Ghostface/He Comes/AOI Records & Sanctuary Urban
Stephanie Cooke/Love Will Find A Way/West End Records
Amadou and Mariam/Couibly (Ashley Beedle's Afrikanz on Marz Inst.)/Nonseuch
Finless Brown/Rap Politics/Browntown Records
The Wylde Bunch/Dynomite/Isis Records
Hell Razah feat. Talib Kweli & Viktor Vaughn/Project Jazz/Nature Sounds
Ultramagnetic MCs/Mechanism Nice/PMaft
Q-Tip & Free Murda/Just A Lil' Dude/White Label
Jaz-O/Show Me What You Got Freestyle/Pop-Off Productions
17 Pygmies/Lotus (Notorious P.Y.G. RMX)/Traxwerx
Muthawit/Father's Day (Inst.)/Boston Communications
Apollo Heights/Sad Cabaret/ApolloHeights.com
Prince/Black Sweat/Universal
Discolobos/Faith in the Artform/Discolobos.com
Kyoto Jazz Massive/Love is Everyone/KyotoJazzMassive.com
Joceyln Brown/I Love You/JoyceMusic & DigiSoul
Bebme Segue/Afrospace/Schtum
Cerrone/Supernature/White Label
Nuyorican Soul feat. India/Runaway/Giant Step
E-40 feat. Keak the Sneak/Tell Me Where to Go/WB
James Brown/The Payback Mix/Polydor
Christina Aguilera feat. Termanology/Back in the Day RMX/ST
Akelbulan/The Minority Story/MySpace.com
Barbara La Guerra/I Want To Thank You RMX/MySpace.com
Lyn Collins/Think/White Label
Katshe Kale/Deepest Blue/MySpace.com
Sophia Ramos Rocks!/Esperanza/MySpace.com
Shrine for the Black Madonna/Mona Lisa/MySpace.com
Van Halens/Dancing in the Streets/WB
Tamar Kali/Ocean/MySpace.com
Shaka Zulu Overdrive/Touching the Fantasy/MySpace.com
Cory Glover/Do You First Them/MySpace.com
Jimi Hendrix/Peace in Mississippi/Reprise Records
Jimi Hendrix/Machine Gun/Reprise Records
Pillow Theory/Tealove/Pursuance Records
Heart/Magic Man/Epic
Brigs Feltus/How Far/MySpace.com
Screaming Headless Torsos/Just for Me/MySpace.com
Peter Frampton/Do You Feel Like We Do/A&M
N'Dambi/Young Lady/White Label

Direct mp3 Download - FuseBox Radio Broadcast - February 28, 2007 (right click and "save as")

FuseBox Radio Playlist for Week of Feb. 28, 2007 (in no particular order)

Noel Gourdin/The River/Columbia
Nas feat. Rakim, Kanye West & KRS-1/Air Force Ones (Classic Nike RMX)/White Label
Masta Killa feat. Wu Tang Clan/Iron God Chamber/Nature Sounds
Bebel Gilberto/Bring Back the Love (The Brazilian Girls Extended Version)/Six Degree Records
DJ Jazzy Jeff feat. Raheem DeVaugh/My Soul's Not 4 Sale/BBE & Rapster
Das EFX/Cure/White Label
Shawn Lee/Tense Bossa/Ubiquity
RZA feat. Big Daddy Kane, GZA and Suga Free/Cameo Afro/Koch
Stephen Marley feat. Damian Marley/The Traffic Jam/Universal
J. Dilla/Wild/Stones Throw
Final Chapter feat. CNN/Green Light/Crazy Hood Productions
Nas/Where Are They Now (90s RMX)/Def Jam
Joell Ortiz/Hip-Hop/Koch
Bruce Babbi/Come On/Era Music
Prodigy/Mac 10 Handle/Koch
AP/Broken Glass/All Bets Down & MySpace.com White Label
N.O.R.E./Takin' Ova Freestyle/Crazy Hood Productions
Junior Reid, Cham and Mecca aka GRIMO/This Is Why I'm Hot (Creole RMX)/OnPointWorld.com
USDA/Check/C.T.E. & Def Jam
La Sista/Rule Candela/White Label
Dru Hill/5 Steps/Def Jam
Pharohe Monch/Pain/SRC
Refugee All Stars/When We We Kings/White Label
Jungle Brothers/Sunshine/WB
De La Soul/Stakes Is High/Tommy Boy
Wise Intelligent/Globe Holders/White Label
Boko/Chosen People/MySpace.com White Label
Damien Marley feat. Nas/Road to Zion/Tuff Gong
Tony Rebel/Jah Is By My Side/MySpace.com White Label
Zion Judah/Love of Jah/MySpace.com White Label
Princess Menen/Forver I Live/MySpace.com White Label
Rebel Salute/Take Care of Yourself/MySpace.com White Label
Dub Gabriel & Karen Gibson Roc/Spirit Made Flesh/MySpace.com White Label
TaNeal/Strange Fruit (Jon Judah RMX)/FuseBox Media
Barbara La Guerrera/Freestyle/MySpace.com White Label
Karsh Kale/Deepest Blue/Six Degree Records
Giel/Daddy's Girl/MySpace.com White Label
Michelle Madison/Ohh Baby/MySpace.com White Label
Mission of Mars/The Landing/MySpace.com White Label
Jimi Hendrix/Fire/White Label
Animesh Raval/Society Breakdown/MySpace.com White Label
Anil/You/MySpace.com White Label
N'dambi/Young Lady/MySpace.com White Label
Screaming Headless Torsos/Just for Me/MySpace.com White Label

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Hey there BlackRadioIsBack.com and FuseBox Radio Broadcast family! :)

We wanted to share this dope African Hip-Hop compilation with folks that we downloaded this weekend that was put together from the folks over at the cable channel Cartoon Network (from their Adult Swim part of the business) & Williams Street Records called African Swim.

There are some very serious beats and flows here in over 5 languages showing a lot of the different African cultures in Hip-Hop form...hope you all enjoy this interesting collection of Black Music as much as I did!

African Swim Download Link
African Swim Song Previews & Artist Videos


1. Jozi - Living In Africa
2. Prokid - When We Rock
3. The L.E.S. - We On Fire
4. Gumshev - Es'kabani
5. Drencko - No More
6. Mthinte - Skomplazhi
7. Rusty Dusty - The Place Where I'm From
8. Zola - Zhingu 7
9. Etc. - Organic Boom Bap
10. Maggz - Dangerous
11. Cook - Bring It On
12. B Zee - Swagga All Day
13. Gumshev - Matha
14. Mapaputshi - Kufa
15. Jozi - Muthaland

What's good BlackRadioIsBack.com and FuseBox Radio Broadcast family! :)

This weekend, cable news channel CNN is going to give comedian D.L. Hughley (The Original Kings of Comedy) a shot doing his own weekend news & political comedy series with D.L. Hughley Breaks the News that premieres tonight (October 25, 2008) at 10 pm EST.

With the success of such shows like Comedy Central's The Daily Show and The Colbert Report along with HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, I can see the news channel seeing it as pretty smart move to enter into this realm of entertainment.

D.L. Hughley is a pretty smart brother (though I do not agree with him all of the time at all) from hearing his commentary on various radio shows like the Tom Joyner Morning Show and other outlets, so him being able to get information out there as well as being able to keep it light at the same time should probably not be an huge issue.

Now, if we could only get an acutal show with some intelligent Black Commentators and such without the comedy aspect on any of the Mainstream Media outlets, we'll me making some moves in the 21st century...

* hears crickets from the programming staff at these places *

Anyway, here's the commercial and a promotional clip for D.L. Hughley Breaks the News below for folks to check out:

"D.L. Hughley Breaks The News" Commerical Promo

D.L. Hughley Talks About The Current Presidential Election on "D.L. Hughly Breaks The News"

Jennifer Hudson and Her Mother,Darnell Donerson (Picture from BroadwayWorld.com)

Jennifer Hudson's mother and brother slain

The American Idol veteran's relatives are gunned down in the family's Chicago home. The singer's 7-year-old nephew is reported missing.

By Robert Mitchum,, Angela Rozas and Jeremy Gorner
October 25, 2008

Reporting from Chicago -- Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Hudson considered her mother's Chicago home a haven, a place where she could find respite from Hollywood.

That sanctuary was violently shattered Friday when her mother and brother were gunned down during a domestic dispute, law enforcement officials said. Police have named Hudson's brother-in-law as a suspect, but he has not been charged.

William Balfour, who married Hudson's sister Julia in 2006, was believed to have abducted his stepson, but when he was arrested Friday night the boy was not with him.

Julian King, 7, remained missing.

"I just can't fathom something like this happening," said Ethel Grisom, a family friend. "The entire family were just real friendly people who enjoyed being together. This is going to be devastating for them."

About 3 p.m., a relative found Darnell Donerson, 57, fatally shot in her living room, law enforcement officials said. The relative notified authorities, who found Jason Hudson, 29, dead in a bedroom.

Neighbors reported hearing gunshots about 9 a.m. There were no signs of forced entry.

Donerson had been shot in the head and Jason Hudson in the chest, the Cook County medical examiner's office said.

Balfour's mother said that her son and Julia Hudson were separated and that Donerson had thrown him out of the family home last winter. Michele Balfour denied that her son had anything to do with the slayings.

"I didn't raise no murderer," she said. "He was not a child abductor. They have the wrong person." She pleaded with Julian's kidnapper to return him to his mother.

On Friday afternoon, scores of onlookers flocked to the street corner nearest the Hudsons' South Side home, pressing against yellow police tape for a glimpse of the house. Evidence technicians and police officers came and went, and the house's lights stayed on as the sky grew darker and rain squalls scattered the dwindling crowd.

Many neighbors' thoughts turned to Jennifer Hudson, who returned home to visit her mother as often as twice a month. Hudson could walk through the neighborhood without anyone hassling her or following her with a camera.

"She never had no problems with fans stalking her," neighbor Vanessa Stanton said. "The whole neighborhood block would look out for her."

Hudson famously left her Burger King job to compete in the 2004 season of "American Idol." She finished seventh and endured harsh words from judge Simon Cowell.

But her five-octave range helped win her the role of Effie White in the 2006 musical film "Dreamgirls." Her on-screen rendition of "And I'm Telling You I'm Not Going" led to critical praise and an Oscar for best supporting actress.

Source: Los Angeles Times

I cannot even imagine the horror of what is happening with Jennifer Hudson and her situation right now with this incredibly horrifying and sad situation. It is terrible enough to lose any close family at anytime, but this is just insane.

The BlackRadioIsBack.com and FuseBox Radio Broadcast family defintely extends our deepest condolences in this tragedy.
What's up BlackRadioIsBack.com and FuseBox Radio Broadcast Folks!

Happy Friday to one and all!

We have some new Black Music here from the RBG (Red, Black and Green) end of the Hip-Hop spectrum from both the East and West Coasts of the U.S. for folks to check out along with some videos that we hope you enjoy or at least get folks to think a little bit.

First off, we're going to give the spotlight to the San Francisco Bay Area's long standing activist, producer & MC, Paris.

This University of California economics major came onto the national Hip-Hop scene with his brand of hard Black social and political commentary in 1990 with The Devil Made Me Do It album (released on Tommy Boy Records), wich had the MTV banned single "Break the Grip of Shame".

Before dropping his follow up album in 1992 (Sleeping with the Enemy), Paris was dropped by Tommy Boy Records and it's parent company, Time Warner due to fear of it's content, which included the fantasy revenge killings of the 1st President Bush and racist police officers (the track "Bush Killa"). That album was release independently through Scarface Records with critical acclaim and solid sales.

His next album, Guerrilla Funk, was distributed through Priority Records in 1993 along with other groups from the Scarface Records label, the most known of which being the Conscious Daughters.

After releasing Unleashed in 1997 (which had little funding from the Rykodisc-distributed Whirling Records label), Paris spent time to put together the independent label and media group Guerilla Funk Recordings.

Founded as a musical organization made to counter the corporate stranglehold of censorship currently plaguing the Entertainment Industry in general, Paris has used Guerilla Funk Recordings to put out not just his own new and re-mastered classic releases, but those of groups such as Public Enemy, Kam, dead prez, The Conscious Daughters, Mystic, MC Ren, Sun Rise Above, T-K.A.S.H (formerly of the Coup), The S.T.O.P. Movement and more.

His latest album, Acid Reflex, is dropping on October 28, 2008 through Guerrilla Funk Recordings and Filmworks, LLC, with distribution from Fontana/Universal.

Along with getting what should be a solid collection of music overall (especially with contributions with folks like Parliament/Funkadelic's George Clinton and Chuck D), here's a pretty fly contest Paris is doing as well for those who get his album 0 check the press release below:

San Francisco, CA - Forget spinners and diamonds, Bay Area rapper/activist Paris is putting his own spin on the "golden ticket" contest: a college education. Three randomly placed tickets will be slipped into copies of Paris' October 28th album, Acid Reflex, on his own Guerrilla Funk Recordings and Filmworks, LLC, distributed by Fontana/Universal. With three guaranteed winners, each prize is a ten-thousand dollar award redeemable as a scholarship towards any kind of post-high school education or towards housing expenses.

"We're living in the hardest economic times in recent memory, and this is a perfect way for me to try to ease the pain for my supporters," says Paris. "I realize that money is tight for many people and that music is becoming less and less of a priority when everything is rising but wages. This is not only a perfect way for me to express my gratitude to those who continue to support me, but to emphasize both the importance of higher education and the need to continue to support art of substance."

To win, you must purchase an Acid Reflex CD at a physical retail location or online (contest does not apply to vinyl). Upon opening the CD, winners will receive notification stating "CONGRATULATIONS! YOU'VE WON $10,000 FOR EITHER SCHOOL EXPENSES OR HOUSING!" Only winning CD packages will contain notification and details for the claiming of prizes. Non-winning CD packages will not contain notification of any kind.

Check the music video from first single dropping from Acid Reflex below, "Don't Stop the Movement" along with some other classic Paris videos below:

Music Video #1: Paris - Don't Stop The Movement

Music Video #2: Paris - Break the Grip of Shame (classic West Coast Hip-Hop)

Music Video #3: Paris - One Time Fo' Ya Mind

Paris Offical MySpace Page
Guerilla Funk Recordings Official Website

Next off, we have the Brooklyn, New York crew of the A-Alikes.

MCs K & Ness have been on the grind for a while through their independent releases (the most recent being the I Eat You Eat album through Nervous Records), as Source Magzine Unsigned Hype graduates and their powerful People's Army/R.B.G.'z afilliation (which include folks such as stic.man and M1 of dead prez).

Influenced by such classic Hip-Hop MCs like Kool G Rap, Nas and Tupac Shakur, here are the A-Alikes in their own words:

"We're here to re-define what the streets are, what revolution is, we want to re-define what it means to be gangsta, what it means to be conscience even...Cats is ready to organize and get on some shit. The economy's fucked up. The white tees and army gear have created a united look on the streets. There was a time when we emphasized our differences, like I'm from Philly, you from Cali, now we ready to talk about the ways we're the same, we not here to talk about how different we are from the next man, but how much the same we are. A lot of niggas in the game, they're whole shit is how much they don't give a fuck, our thing is, We give a fuck." - Ness

They have an upcoming documentary and soundtrack dropping on October 30, 2008 though Supreme Management/Guerilla Nation called The Ballot or the Bullet.

Directed by Paul Biedrzycki, this film's focus is not just following the A-Alikes while on tour the past few months, but to see and find out various viewpoints what is truly the meaning of "change" in regards to the U.S. Political Season with the upcoming Presidential Election. Folks like Chuck D of Public Enemy, Joy Bryant, Rosa Clemente, Immortal Technique and others are interviewed throughout the documentary about this issue.

The preview looks interesting and hopefully, this will be a thought provoking project along with being a quality "music artist on tour" video.

Give it a look below along with some extra A-Alikes videos from the past and a free download from the movie soundtrack:

A-Alikes - "The Ballot Or The Bullet" Film Trailer

Bonus Music Video #1: A-Alikes - They Wanna Murder Me

Bonus Music Video #2: A-Alikes feat. Dead Prez - We Got Room

The Ballot or the Bullet Soundtrack Tracklisting:

1. No Savior (right click and "save as")
2. Kill A Revolutionary
3. Get Along
4. Explode

A-Alikes Official MySpace Page
A-Alikes Official Website

Less then 2 weeks to go U.S. Family...let's make it happen!

New Video from Seal, "A Change Is Gonna Come"

CBC Monitor Report Card: Congressional Black Caucus Adrift - Black Agenda Report

Zimbabwe: New Era? - BBC News

Jasper-Style Lynching in Paris, Texas? - The Final Call

Cache and Carry: Need A “Security Sensitive” Document From The D.C. Department of Corrections? Google It - Washington City Paper

U.S. Presidential Election #1: Looking Beyond the Election and Beyond Elections: Taking Politics Seriously - CounterPunch

U.S. Presidential Election #2: Voter Registration Flashpoints - The Nation

U.S. Presidential Election #3: Message to the Candidates: “Black White Whatever” and “That One Bigot” - Racialicious

U.S. Presidential Election #4: Obama Food Stamps? Man, Would November 4th Hurry Up and Get Here Already?! - AverageBro

U.S. Presidential Election #5: Sexual Politics - Election 2008 Hasn't Just Been Dirty, It's Been Downright Smutty - RADAR Magazine

U.S. Presidential Election #6: GOP Donors Upset Over Palin's Pricey Threads: "I'd Like My Money Back" - Politico

White Supremacists Target Middle America With An Image Makeover (ed. note - this entire story is on some WTF type of stuff) - USA Today

Postcard from Santiago: Chile's Enigmatic Crime Wave - TIME Magazine

Hatin' On Hate: Things You Are Not Entitled to in Hip Hop - AllHipHop.com

20 Incredible Music Links (For Reeal) You Should Click On ... Right Now Gathered By My Fellow Website Peoples @... - Oh Word

R&B Singer Lyfe Jennings Is In Some Jail Times Trouble - Bossip

Director Spike Lee Axes His Agent - Rhymes With Snitch

Old Black Fellows Teach Models How To Twirl On America's Next Top Model (SMH) - D-Listed

* Sues This Website for Even Having This Picture on Display & Hurting My Eyes * - Oh Hell Nawl

Enyce As A Clothing Label Still Exists? Anyway, P. Diddy Owns That Now (* waits for someone to purchase Karl Kani *) - Tha Feedback

This new LaBelle album (original ladies are back - Patti Labelle, Nona Hendryx and Sarah Dash) that dropped this week is some FIRE on the real, BlackRadioIsBack.com & FuseBox Radio Broadcast approved Soul Music - give it a listen when you get the chance...

LaBelle Back to Now Tracklisting (on Verve Records):

1. Candlelight
2. Roll Out feat. Wyclef Jean (click to give the track a listen)
3. Superlover
4. System
5. The Truth Will Set You Free
6. Without You in My Life (click to give the track a listen)
7. Tears for the World
8. Dear Rosa
9. How Long
10. Miss Otis Regrets
11. You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)

A New Hip-Hop Mixtape For Folks...

Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Vol. 53 - Hosted By Juelz Santana


1. Jim Jones ft. Ron Browz & Juelz Santana - Pop Champagne
2. Busta Rhymes ft. Chamillionaire & 40 Glocc - On The Block
3. Eminem - Relapse Freestyle
4. Slo Poke & Miz (Real Life Click) - We Go Hard
5. B.O.B. - Hip-Hop Ain't Dead (The Future)
6. Joe Budden ft. Joell Ortiz, Nino Bless, Crooked I & Royce Da 5'9" - Slaughterhouse
7. Kanye West - Heartless
8. Freeway & Young Chris - Everythings Gonna Be Alright
9. Juelz Santana & Lil Wayne - Can't Feel My Face
10. Lupe Fiasco - Accept The Troubles
11. AngP & UnCommon (Real Life Click) - My Hunger Ain't The Same
12. Stat Quo - The Sun
13. Saigon ft. Lil Fame - World War 4
14. Sheek Louch ft. Styles P, Jadakiss, Jim Jones & Hell Rell - Dispet, D-Block
15. John Legend ft. Buju Banton - Can't Be My Lover
16. Statik Selektah ft. Termanology - Church
17. Young Life ft. Lil Wayne & Paul Wall - I'm A Boss
18. Trey Songz ft. Fabolous - In Ya Phone
19. Young X - The World Is Yours
20. Dre Chief - Fall Season
21. Marvelous Marc & Big Bear Productions - Marvelous
22. Valid - Billie Jean '08
23. The Poet Trees - Im Half Crazy
24. Cashed Beats Instrumental
25. Juelz Santana - Outro

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This is the FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Jon Judah for the week of October 22, 2008 with some new and classic Hip-Hop & Soul music, news and commentary.

This week's commentary covered the proverbial 800 pound gorilla in the room of Race and Class issues in the U.S. being highlighted with the most recent developments in the U.S. Presidential Election, R.I.P. condolences to Levi Stubbs of The Four Tops and comedian Rudy Ray Moore, getting into making sure votes will COUNT this election cycle and more.

We also have new Direct EFX and Black Agenda Report segments this week.

Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast here on BlackRadioIsBack.com - all of the shows are clean/radio friendly.

FuseBox Radio Playlist for Week of October 22, 2008 (in no particular order)

Ultimate Force/Revolution of the Mind/Strong City Records
Q-Tip/Move/Universal Motown
Jake One feat. MF Doom/Get Er Done/White Van Music
Brand New Heavies/All Fired Up (Tom Moulton Mix)/Delicious Vinyl
The Knux/Fire/Interscope
Devin the Dude feat. Smoke DZA/Highway/White Label
LaBelle feat. Wyclef/Roll Out/Verve
D.O.E. feat. Keri Hilson/Coming Down/White Label (http://www.myspace.com/itsdoe)
Dwele/A Few Reasons/RT Music Group & Koch
Chris Pierce & Lella James/Private Number/Stax (from the "Soul Men" Movie Soundtrack)
American Yard/Yes We Did/Konvict Ent./Universal Motown
Busta Rhymes/World Go Round/Universal Motown
Robin Thicke/Everybody's A Star/Star Trak & Interscope
Tevin Campbell/Round & Round (Soulful Mix)/WB
Faith/I Don't Need It/Capitol
Solange/Dancing In The Dark/Columbia
Agallah/Behind The Bush 2008 (A Tribute To DJ Red Alert & The Jungle Brothers)/White Label (TheDonBishop.com; http://www.myspace.com/agallahdonbishop)
Demarco feat. Jim Jones/Fallen Soliders RMX/Epic & Koch
Black Milk feat. Pharoahe Monch, Sean Price & DJ Premier/The Matrix/Fat Beats
Big Kuntry King/Pots and Pans/Grand Hustle & Atlantic
King Ali Baba/Reminisce/MySpace.com White Label (http://www.myspace.com/1kingalibaba)
Kardinal Offishal/Numba 1 (The Tide Is High)(inst.)/Konlive & Interscope
Dorrough Music feat. Fat Bastard/Carmel Sundae (inst.)/NGenius Ent. & Hustle Fam Music Group
Critical/Remember (inst.)/Creative Juices Music
Christina Aguilera/Keeps Gettin Better (Tricky RMX)(inst.)/RCA
Rob Grimes/Around The World (inst.)/RobGrimes.net
Cas Doe/Like Chris (inst.)/Beatology Records

PLUS Special Extra Tracks in A Secret Jon Judah Master Mix w/ Old School Classics and more MySpace.com Independent Music Finds

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Hey there BlackRadioIsBack.com and FuseBox Radio Broadcast family,

Just sharing this trailer from the upcoming DVD movie release of Cash Rules, dropping November 11, 2008 on Blackface Films/Babygrande.

The independent movie's plot is to cover a slice of life from the streets of Newark, NJ, that tells the story of hustlers, friends, family and the endless pursuit for the be-all end-all that rules life (and sometimes ends it) in so many hoods across the country: Cash.

This "negative film with a positive message" (to quote the press release), has a starring cast that includes Treach of Naughty By Nature (representing East Orange, NJ and classic Hip-Hop culture), J.D. Williams from the hit HBO series The Wire and many more folks.

Directed acclaimed music video director by Zodiac Fishgrease (who's done videos for folks such as Trick Daddy, Queen Latifah, Onyx and more), this movie looks like it will be pretty decent on the production end and storyline after checking out the preview.

Am definitely hoping for the best when this drops...what do y'all think?

Cash Rules Movie Trailer:

Cash Rules Official Website
What's good everyone,

Hope the week is starting off well and will continue doing so for y'all! :")

For those who are new to the site (and for those who aren't, glad you're still around), folks here at BlackRadioIsBack.com and the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast has a weekly section where BlackRadioIsBack.com hits up the people with some free promotional mixtapes and mixtape podcasts for download that we feel are pretty on point in highlighing great Black Music - not just from the FuseBox Radio/BlackRadioIsBack.com crew, but from all over the place.

To all of my peoples who hit me with hard copies or e-mails of mixtape and mixshow submissions, suggestions, websites and bootleg men (yes, for real, those "hit up so and so for the hot s***" info dropped on me) of various mixtape releases, I thank y'all a lot for supporting this venture.

So your blank CDs ready for these 12 joints and support the local mixtape bootleg man/mom and pop store, DJ, website, etc.

For my DJs, if you do good mixtapes of Hip-Hop, Soul, Rock, House, Reggae, Classics or are a music artist with your mixtape album out you don't mind having posted as promo on the web, feel free to hit the BlackRadioIsBack.com family up at blackradioisback@gmail.com with a link to your mixtape with cover and tracklisting - hopefully, we'll put your joint up on here in the future.

NOTE (as always):

PLEASE don't send me no B.S. with folks:

A. Yelling loud as hell over the song on some fake DJ Clue/DJ Kay Slay/DJ Khaled/Funkmaster Flex ish and I can't hear the damned song but 10 seconds of it (mics have volume control...thanks)

B. Mixtape "exclusives" that are on the radio - if its dope its dope, don't need the fake labeling

C. Overall wackness

* NOTE - These mixtapes are dirty versions, no radio edits! *

Check The BlackRadioIsBack.com Mixtape Of The Week Archives when you get a chance!

Here goes:

Green Lantern & Russell Simmons Present: Yes We Can! Mixtape

1. Intro
2. David Banner, Busta Rhymes & Talib Kweli - Black President RMX Pt. 1
3. Barack Obama - Stand Up
4. Nas Speaks on Politics
5. Styles P and Cassidy - Make It Out
6. Jay-Z Speaks - The American Dream
7. Barack Obama - One Mic, One People
8. Russell Simmons Speaks on Obama
9. Joe Budden, Twista & John Mayer - Waiting on the World to Change 2008
10. Angie Martinez - Yes We Need A Mixtape!!
11. Kanye West & Malik Yusef - Promised Land
12. Wale, Rhymefest, Christina K & Royce Da 5' 9 - Black President RMX Pt. 2
13. Barack Obama - My Life
14. Jay-Z - Lick A Shot
15. Russell Simmons on Change
16. Wyclef - Obama for President
17. Charles Hamilton - The Moment
18. Find Ur Dreams (interlude)
19. George Bush’s Highlight Reel
20. Mikkey Halsted - King George
21. Obama on Hip-Hop
22. Joel Ortiz feat. Dante Hawkins - Letter To Obama
23. Akon & U.M. - Aint No Sunshine
24. Qadir & Dwayne (Invasion) - It's My Time
25. Johnny Polygon (Invasion) & Amanda Diva - Colorblind
26. Mavado - We Need Barack
27. Jay-Z/Gabe Real “What We Need” (Speech)
28. Qadir - Yes We Can Outro

MidiMARC Presents: All Souled Out Vol. 1


1. Barry White - I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little More
2. Grover Washington Jr. - Summer Madness
3. Curtis Mayfield - Freddie's Dead
4. Al Green - I'm So Tired Of Being Alone
5. Bootsy Collins - I'd Rather Be With You
6. Isley Brothers - Footsteps In The Dark
7. Atlantic Starr - Let's Get Close
8. Willie Hutch - I Choose You
9. David Ruffin - Statue Of A Fool
10. Marvin Gaye - I Want You
11. Issac Hayes - Never Gonna Give You Up
12. Bobby Womack - Woman's Gotta Have It
13. The Dramatics - Door To Your Heart
14. Curtis Mayfield - Man Oh Man
15. Donny Hathaway and Foberta Flack - Be Real Black For Me
16. Gladys Knight - If I Were Your Woman
17. The O'Jays - Help Somebody Please
18. The Stylistics - Hurry Up This way Again

DJ RNS - Reggae Classics Vol. 1
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1. Foxy Brown feat. Baby Cham - Tables Will Turn
2. Mel-O feat. B.I.G. - Groupies
3. Lil' Vicious ft. Doug E. Fresh - Freaks
4. Michie One feat. Louchie Lou - Rich Girl
5. Chaka Demus feat. Mr. Pliers - Murder She Wrote
6. Cutty Ranks - Who Seh Me Dun
7. Mr. Vegas feat. Sean Paul & DMX - Top Shotter
8. Red Rat feat. Goofy - Big Man, Little Youth
9. Mr. Vegas - Sucky Ducky
10. Cutty Ranks - Limb By Limb
11. Beenie Man - Romie
12. Sasha - Kill The B*tch
13. Sean Paul feat. Mr. Vegas - Tiger Bone
14. Beenie Man feat. Mya - Girls Dem Suga RMX
15. Sean Paul - Infiltrate
16. Red Rat - Tight Up Skirt
17. Mr. Vegas - Heads High/Heads High RMX
18. TOK - Shake Ya Bam Bam
19. Tanto Metro & Devonte - Give It To Her
20. TOK - Chi-Chi Man
21. Tenor Saw - Ring The Alarm
22. Super Cat feat. Mary J. Blige, Diddy & B.I.G. - Dolly My Baby RMX
23. Sister Nancy - Bam Bam
24. Dawn Penn - No, No, No
25. Mad Cobra - Girl Flexxx
26. Shabba Ranks - Ting-A-Ling
27. Super Cat feat. Heavy D - Dem No Worry We
28. Rayvon - No Guns No Murder (RNS RMX)
29. Super Cat feat. Heavy D - Dem No Worry We
30. Super Cat feat. Method Man - Scalp Dem
31. Mad Lion - Take It Easy

DJ Lexus & DJ Pimp: R&B Fever 5


1. Qwote - Call Me feat. Lil Wayne
2. Se7en - Them Girls
3. Ashanti - To The Club
4. Lil Eddie - Stand In Our Way
5. K. Young - Stress Away
6. Tynisha Keli - Walls Up
7. Ashanti - All That I Need
8. Jennifer Hudson - My Heart
9. Slim feat. Jadakiss & Freeway - So Fly RMX
10. Slim feat. Ryan Leslie - Good Lovin
11. Ryan Leslie feat. Rick Ross, Fabolous & Keri Hilson - Addiction RMX
12. Jennifer Hudson feat. Labba - Spotlight
13. Mario Winans - So Far
14. John Legend feat. Brandy - Quickly
15. Usher - Take U There
16. Slim Of 112 feat. Fabolous & Ryan Leslie - Good Lovi
17. Rolls Royce feat. Young BZ - She Got It Going On
18. Busta Rhymes - Word Go Round
19. Cassie - I Wanna Fall In Love
20. D.O.E feat. Trace - Lets Ride
21. Bobby Valentino - 3 Is The New 2
22. Joe - Heavy

DJayCee & Brooklyn Collectiv Music Group Presents: Hip-Hop For Change (Yes We Can)


1. Dear America (Intro) - Shyne
2. Bush Press Talk (Interlude) - YouTude
3. America - Nas
4. News Fact (Interlude) - YouTube
5. My Country - NaS
6. President Tearing Me Apart (Interlude) - YouTube
7. Impeach The President -The Honey Drippers
8. Not In Our Name (DJayCee Remix) - Saul Williams
9. Circulate - Young Jeezy
10. Joe Biden Debate (Interlude) - YouTude
11. Rule - NaS
12. Government Secret (Interlude) - YouTude
13. Move! - Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley
14. Bush Bloopers (Interlude) - YouTude
15. Mr President - LL Cool J Feat. Wyclef Jean
16. John McCain Republican Convention (Interlude) - YouTube
17. President - Wyclef Jean
18. News Reports On Black People (Interlude) - YouTube
19. Black History - Hellz Yea!
20. JamRock vs. MLK - DJ MadSounds
21. African American AID Risk (Interlude) - YouTube
22. The Globe Holders - Wise Intelligent
23. Government Lies (Interlude) - YouTube
24. Certified - Sagittarius Black Feat. D. Wilz
25. Hurricane Katrina RedCross Fund Riser (Interlude) - YouTube
26. Minority Report - Jay-Z Feat. Ne-Yo
27. S.O.S. (Mother Nature) - Will.i.am
28. Barack Obama Public Service Announcement (Interlude) - YouTube
29. Black President - Nas
30. Yes We Can (Interlude)- Will.i.am
31. Change Gonna Come (Ghetto Medley Riddim) - Yung Image
32. John McCain "No" You Can't (Interlude) - YouTube
33. My President - Young Jeezy Feat. Nas

DJ Skee, Imeem, 2dopeboyz Presents: Charles Hamilton "It's Charles Hamilton"


1. It's
2. Conversations With God
3. Starchasers
4. Emotional Distress
5. Mr. Perfect
6. Wrong Side of the Bed
7. The Honeymoon's Over
8. Lacey Duvalle
9. Ninos de Infiernos (Hell Boys)
10. Negative Zero
11. Wonder
12. Sunday Morning Testimonial
13. I'm Good (Bret Hart)

IllMind - Blaps, Rhymes & Life (Mixed by Dub MD)
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1. Get Ya As* Up! Intro
2. Heltah Skeltah - Everything Is Heltah Skeltah
3. Brooklyn Academy feat. Jean Grae - Raise Ya Hands Up
4. Fresh Daily - Get Over
5. D-Black feat. Skyzoo - The Come Up
6. 50 Cent - Make A Movie
7. Supastition feat. Kil Ripkin - Thankful
8. Natural - The Bullets
9. K.O. (K-Otix) - 48 Seasons
10. Torae feat. Skyzoo, Emilo Rojas & Fresh Daily - New Blood
11. Fortilive - The Come Up
12. Broken English - Different World
13. Skyzoo feat. Wale - Lyrically Inclined
14. Naps N Dreds ft. Copywrite - Do What I Should
15. Quan feat. Rapper Big Pooh - Geez Like Deez
16. Natural - Resurrect
17. 8th W1 - A Fool's Lullaby
18. Faro-Z - Clap Ya Hands
19. A.P.E.X. - One More Time
20. LL Cool J feat. Prodigy, 50 Cent, Kool G Rap & Tony Yayo - Queens
21. Wannabe Outro

DJ 2Mello & Miami-Koas - CasaHova
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01. Jay-Z & DJ 2Mello - CasaHova Intro
02. Jay-Z & Mary J. Blige - You're Welcome
03. Jay-Z & Mariah Carey - Things That You Do
04. Jay-Z & Mariah Carey - You Got Me
05. Jay-Z & Beyonce - Upgrade You
06. Jay-Z & Faith Evans - It Was All A Dream
07. Jay-Z & Amil - Can I Get A...
08. Jay-Z & Beyonce - Bonnie and Clyde
09. Jay-Z & Jamie Knight - Can't Play Me
10. Jay-Z & Foxy Brown - Sunshine
11. Jay-Z & Faith Evans - Alone In This World
12. Jay-Z & The Braxtons - So Many Ways RMX
13. Jay-Z & Foxy Brown - Bonnie And Clyde II
14. Jay-Z & Missy Elliot - One Minute Man
15. Jay-Z & SWV - You're The One For Me
16. Jay-Z & Melissa Morgan - Can't Knock The Hustle
17. Jay-Z & Mya - Best Of Me
18. Jay-Z & Lil Kim - I Know What Girls Like
19. Jay-Z & Foxy Brown - Ain't No Nigga
20. Jay-Z & Mariah Carey - Heartbreaker (DJ Clue RMX)
21. Jay-Z & Beyonce - Crazy In Love
22. Jay-Z & Mary J. Blige - Turn Off The Lights
23. Jay-Z & Missy Elliot - This Is Not A Test Wake Up!
24. Jay-Z & Missy Elliot - Ching-A-Ling
25. Jay-Z & Foxxy Brown - I'll Be
26. Jay-Z & Mary J. Blige - Can't Hide From Love
27. Jay-Z & Beyonce - DeJavu
28. Jay-Z & Mariah Carey - Shake It Off
29. Jay-Z & Beyonce - That's How You Like It
30. Jay-Z & Mariah Carey - Bye Bye
31. Jay-Z & Aaliyah - Miss You RMX

DJ Dallas Green - This Is What You Like


1. T-Pain & Lil' Wayne - Can't Believe It
2. Ryan Leaslie, Cassie & Fabolous - Addiction gREenMIX
3. Slim, Shawty Lo & Yung Joc - So Fly Remix
4. Lil' Wayne & Bobby Valentino - Mrs. Officer
5. Bobby Valentino & Yung Joc - Beep Beep
6. David Banner - Shawty Say
7. Ludacris, Chris Brown & Sean Garrett - I Know What Them Girls
8. Ne-Yo & Fabolous - Miss Independent gREenMIX
9. DJ Dallas Green - Make The Party Pop Break
10. Ron Browz - Pop Champagne
11. Ron Browz, Ludacris, Fabolous & Lil' Wayne - Pop Champagne gREenMIX
12. Busta Rhymes & Ron Browz - Arab Money
13. T.I. & Swizz Beatz - Swing Ya Rag
14. Jay-Z - Jockin' Jay-Z
15. T.I., Kanye West, Jay-Z & Lil' Wayne - Swagger Like Us
16. Plies - Pants Hang Low
17. Baby C - Do It Like This
18. John Legend & Kanye West - It's Over
19. Beyonce - Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)
19. Jennifer Hudson - Spotlight gREenMIX
20. Jadakiss & Ne-Yo - By My Side
21. Ne-Yo - Sexy In Here
22. Slim & Ryan Leslie - Good Lookin'
23. T.I. - Whatever You Like
24. T.I. - Whatever You Like gREenMIX
25. Ciara & T-Pain - Go Girl
26. Keri Hilson - Energy gREenMIX

Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes Vol. 52 (Hosted by Ace Hood)


1. Ace Hood - Gutta Freestyle
2. Green Lantern Feat. David Banner, Busta Rhymes & Talib Kweli - Black President (Remix)
3. E-40 Feat. The Game & Snoop Dogg - Pain No More
4. DJ Kay Slay Feat. Papoose, Bun B & Chamillionaire - 6 Million Ways To Die
5. Miz - Get That Doe (Miz "The Prelude" - Coming October 28th!)
6. Ludacris Feat. The Game & Wily Northpole - Call Up The Homies
7. Ace Hood Feat. Juelz Santana, Rick Ross & T-Pain - Ride (Remix)
8. N.O.R.E. Feat. Pharrell - Watch Me Now
9. Kanye West - Heartless (Preview)
10. T. Soprano - First 48 (Part 2)
11. Statik Selektah Feat. State Property - All 2Gether Now
12. Uncle Murda Feat. Jay-Z - He Asked For It
13. Jazmine Sullivan Feat. Skillz - Bust Your Windows (Remix)
14. Ace Hood - Crazy World Freestyle
15. Freeway - How I Feel
16. Royce Da 5'9" - Shake That
17. T-Pain Feat. Chris Brown - Freeze
18. Stati Selektah Feat. Glasses Malone, Mistah Fab & Novel - Cali Nights
19. Maino - However Do You Want It
20. Scooter Smiff Feat. Chris Brown - Head of My Class
21. Budagee - Top Back
22. Ruin Feat. Sean P - Parking Lot
23. Heat ft.$u$ie Fat Stacks, Slimm - Hood Hot
24. RED-I - She Cold
25. Newmoney - Get Your Pipes Out
26. Deathwish - Pegasus Freestyle
27. Ace Hood - Green Light Freestyle
28. Ace Hood - Outro

Young Mindz - Music from the Color Purple (Black Milk Instrumentals)

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DJ Smoke & DJ Tsunami: Tha Murdah Mixtape Pt. 3 (Texas 2 Chicago)
1st Half of Mixtape2nd Half of Mixtape


1. DJ Tsunami Intro
2. Grindin Pun – Harder CTS Remix (CHI)
3. Nephew interlude (CHI)
4. Nephew – Get Money (CHI)
5. Chamillionaire – Freestyle (TX)
6. Maxx Calzz interlude # 1 (TX)
7. Maxx Calzz – Myspace To My Place (TX)
8. Jay Ones & Nesia – Iz My Mic On? (CHI)
9. M.I.L.K. – Facades Of The game (prod. by Divine) (CHI)
10. M.I.L.K. interlude (CHI)
11. Diz-E The Kidd – Ain't No Groupie (CHI)
12. Devon the Real Interlude (TX)
13. Devon the Real feat. Kyle Lee – Ain't no Nigga (TX)
14. Mello tha Guddaman – Who Suck Cock? (CHI)
15. Scarface & Bun B – Forgot About Me (TX)
16. DJ Smoke interlude (CHI)
17. Grindin Pun feat. Dre & Killah – Neva scared (CHI)
18. GP – Getting money (CHI)
19. J-Crook – Deez niggaz ain't trill (TX)
20. Yung Texxus feat. N.I.S.H. – Keep it 100 (TX)
21. DJ Tsunami interlude # 1
22. Green City – Swang on em (TX)
23. Twista feat. Speedknot Mobsta's – Get The yayo (CHI)
24. Archie Lee interlude (TX)
25. Archie Lee & Coota Bang – At The Bar (TX)
26. Bun B feat. Lupe Fiasco – Swang On 'Em (CHI & TX)
27. Lingo – Dangerous (CHI)
28. Dawreck of Triple Darkness – Killa (CHI)
29. Dragnet Interlude
30. Dragnet – 23 (TX)
31. Paul wall feat. Slim Thug – Am What I Am (TX)
32. DJ Tsunami Tnterlude # 2
33. Slim Thug – Ridin' Wit' No Ceiling (TX)
34. Scarface – High Powered (tx)
35. DJ Tsunami interlude # 3
36. ABN (Trae & Z-Ro) – Down In Texas
37. Khaled feat. Big Tike & Tino Cochino – Out Here Grindin' (TX remix)
38. Dan El Interlude
39. Dan El – Pimp's Life (CHI)
40. DJ Tsunami Outro