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Sevyn Streeter B.A.N.S. (Clean) 69 R&B 07/24/2014
Sevyn Streeter B.A.N.S. (Dirty) 69 R&B 07/24/2014
Trey Songz ft G Unit Ordinary (Remixes) (Clean) 64 Hip-Hop 07/24/2014
Trey Songz ft G Unit Ordinary (Remixes) (Dirty) 64 Hip-Hop 07/24/2014
Slum Village ft Kam Corvet We On (Clean) 96 Hip-Hop 07/24/2014
Slum Village ft Kam Corvet We On (Dirty) 96 Hip-Hop 07/24/2014
Statik Selektah ft Action Bronson, Black Thought & Royce Da 5 9 The Imperial (Clean) 85 Hip-Hop 07/24/2014
Statik Selektah ft Action Bronson, Black Thought & Royce Da 5 9 The Imperial (Dirty) 85 Hip-Hop 07/24/2014
(Electro) X TOF Jump (Original Extended Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Various Artists Hardwell, Revealed Vol. 5 Sampler (W W, Blasterjaxx, Hardwell and Rocket Spaceman, W W and Hardwell Closing Edit) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Various Artists Hardwell, Revealed Vol. 5 Sampler (Hardwell, Everybodys In The Place, I am Hardwell Intro Edit) 130 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Various Artists Hardwell, Revealed Vol. 5 Sampler (Hardwell, Dare You, Matthew Koma and Hardwell Concert Edit) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Various Artists Hardwell, Revealed Vol. 5 Sampler (FTampa and Kenneth G, 97, Original Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) twoloud Im Alive (Original Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Tius ft Ava Dayton Everything (Ricky Ric Remix) 130 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Tius ft Ava Dayton Everything (Radio Mix) 89 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Tius ft Ava Dayton Everything (Extended Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Tius ft Ava Dayton Everything (DJTing1 Radio Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Tius ft Ava Dayton Everything (DJTing1 Club Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Thomas Newson and Magnificence Blackwolf (Original Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) TeknoTomek Big Bounce (Original Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) T and G Factory Jupiter (Original Radio Edit) 130 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) T and G Factory Jupiter (Original Electro Radio Edit) 130 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) T and G Factory Jupiter (Original Electro Mix) 130 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Syzz and Zaeden Land Of Lords (Original Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Shelco Garcia and TEENWOLF Thats My Jam (Original Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Josef Meloni and Tommyland Pattaya (Radio Edit) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Josef Meloni and Tommyland Pattaya (Club Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Jack Note Lunar (Original Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Hadouken Midnight (Original Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Hadouken Midnight (Instrumental) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Gianni Marino Drumbeats GO (Original Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Gareth Emery ft Christina Novelli Dynamite (Extended Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Gareth Emery ft Ben Gold Javelin (Extended Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Frankie Mancuso and Enrico Meloni ft Lilyka Talk To Me, 2014 (Enrico Meloni 2014 Circuit Remix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Ed Sheeran Sing (Dirty Pop Deconstruction) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Double Cream ft Jay Jacob Ill Find You, Tripoli (Original Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) DJ Cova and Steel Roots, Give It To Dem (Radio Edit) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) DJ Cova and Steel Roots, Give It To Dem (Original) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Chris Reece Keep On Doing (Original Mix) 124 House 07/24/2014
(Electro) Aleksey Burn Around The World (Original Mix) 128 House 07/24/2014
(Techno) Wortex Marching Groovy (Marching Techno, Original Mix) 122 House 07/24/2014
(Techno) Wortex Marching Groovy (Kicky Groovy, Original Mix) 120 House 07/24/2014
(Techno) Wesley Joachim Tribal Soul 127 House 07/24/2014
(Techno) Various Artists Ibiza Underground 2014 (Volkoder and Cambiante, Original Club Mix) 123 House 07/24/2014
(Techno) Various Artists Ibiza Underground 2014 (Pirupa and Sweat, Original Club Mix) 125 House 07/24/2014
(Techno) Various Artists Ibiza Underground 2014 (Pirupa and Black Form, Original Mix) 124 House 07/24/2014
(Techno) Various Artists Ibiza Underground 2014 (Mihalis Safras and Defect, Original Club Mix) 122 House 07/24/2014
(Techno) Various Artists Ibiza Underground 2014 (Lorenzo Navarro and The Next Ship, Original Club Mix) 126 House 07/24/2014
(Techno) Various Artists Ibiza Underground 2014 (Erik Hagleton and Turtles Racing, Original Club Mix) 123 House 07/24/2014
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    Artist Spotlight

    The Roots

    One of the most prolific rap groups, the Roots were also among the most progressive acts in contemporary music, from their 1993 debut through their conceptual 2010s releases. Despite the seemingly archaic practice of functioning as a rap band with several instrumentalists -- from 2007 onward, their lineup even featured a sousaphonist -- they were ceaselessly creative, whether with their own material, or through their varied assortment of collaborations. They went platinum and gold with successive studio releases and won a handful of Grammy awards. After they gained a nightly nationwide audience through a close partnership with television host Jimmy Fallon, they continued to challenge listeners with works free of genre restrictions. The Roots' focus on live music began back in 1987, when rapper Black Thought (Tariq Trotter) and drummer ?uestlove (Ahmir Khalib Thompson) became friends at the Philadelphia High School for Creative Performing Arts. Playing around school, on the sidewalk, and later at talent shows (with ?uestlove's drum kit backing Black Thought's rhymes), the pair began to earn money and hooked up with bassist Hub (Leon Hubbard) and rapper Malik B. Moving from the street to local clubs, the Roots became a highly tipped underground act around Philadelphia and New York. When they were invited to represent stateside hip-hop at a concert in Germany, the Roots recorded an album to sell at shows; the result, Organix, was released in May 1993 on Remedy Records. With a music industry buzz surrounding their activities, the Roots entertained offers from several labels before signing with DGC that same year. The Roots' first major-label album, Do You Want More?!!!??!, was released in January 1995. Forsaking usual hip-hop protocol, the album was produced without any samples or previously recorded material. It peaked just outside the Top 100 of the Billboard 200 and made more tracks in alternative circles, partly due to the Roots playing the second stage at Lollapalooza that summer. The band also journeyed to the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. Two of the guests on the album who had toured around with the band, human beatbox Rahzel the Godfather of Noyze -- previously a performer with Grandmaster Flash and LL Cool J -- and Scott Storch (later replaced by Kamal Gray), became permanent members of the group. Early in 1996, the Roots released "Clones," the trailer single for their second album. It hit the rap Top Five, and created a good buzz. That September, Illadelph Halflife appeared and made number 21 on the Billboard 200. Much like its predecessor, though, the Roots' second LP was a difficult listen. It made several very small concessions to mainstream rap -- the bandmembers sampled material that they had recorded earlier at jam sessions -- but failed to make a hit of their unique sound. Their third album, February 1999's Things Fall Apart, was easily their biggest critical and commercial success. Released on MCA, It went platinum, and "You Got Me" -- a collaboration with Erykah Badu -- peaked within the Top 40 and subsequently won a Grammy in the category of Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group. The long-awaited Phrenology was released in November 2002 amid rumors of the Roots losing interest in their label arrangements with MCA. In 2004, the band remedied the situation by creating the Okayplayer company. Named after their website, Okayplayer included a record label and a production/promotion company. The same year, the band held a series of jam sessions to give their next album a looser feel. The results were edited down to ten tracks and released as The Tipping Point, supported by Geffen, in July of 2004. A 2004 concert from Manhattan's Webster Hall with special guests like Mobb Deep, Young Gunz, and Jean Grae was released in February 2005 as The Roots Present in both CD and DVD formats. Two volumes of the rarities-collecting Home Grown! The Beginner's Guide to Understanding the Roots appeared at the end of the year. A subsequent deal with Def Jam fostered a series of riveting, often grim sets, beginning with Game Theory (August 2006) and Rising Down (April 2008). In 2009, the group expanded its reach as the exceptionally versatile house band on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The new gig didn't slow their recording schedule; in 2010 alone, they released the sharp How I Got Over (June), as well as Wake Up! (September), where they backed John Legend on covers of socially relevant soul classics like Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes' "Wake Up Everybody" and Donny Hathaway's "Little Ghetto Boy." It earned Grammy awards for Best R&B Album and Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance. As they remained with Fallon, the Roots worked with Miami soul legend Betty Wright on November 2011's Betty Wright: The Movie, and followed it the next month with their 13th studio album, Undun, an ambitious concept album whose main character dies in the first track and then follows his life backward. Work on the group's next studio album was postponed as an unexpected duet album with Elvis Costello took priority for the group in 2013. Originally planned as a reinterpretation of Costello's songbook, the album Wise Up Ghost turned into a full-fledged collaboration and was greeted by positive reviews upon its September 2013 release on Blue Note. Within six months, the band joined Jimmy Fallon in his new late-night slot, the high-profile Tonight Show program. Another concept album, the brief but deep ...And Then You Shoot Your Cousin, was released in May 2014.
    • The Roots ft Raheem DeVaughn
      Tomorrow (Clean)
    • The Roots ft Raheem DeVaughn
      The Unraveling (Clean)
    • The Roots ft Dice Raw & Greg Porn
      The Dark (Trinity) (Clean)
    • The Roots ft Mdoesty Lycan & Greg Porn
      When The People Cheer (Clean)
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    DJ Spotlight

    DJ B.Nyce

    Reppin Schenectady N.Y.......

    • Massari vs. Rakim
      Shisha (Clean) (DJ B.Nyce Remix)
    • Nas vs. Gregory Issacs
      Either (Clean) (DJ B.Nyce Remix)
    • Toni Braxton & Baby Face vs. Rich Boy
      Where Did We Go Wrong (Clean) (DJ B.Nyce Remix)
    • Jhene Aiko Ft. Morg Parks vs. Clipse
      The Worst(The Remix To The Remix) (Clean) (DJ B.Nyce Remix)
    • J. Cole vs. Chubb Rock
      She Knows (Clean) (DJ B.Nyce Remix)
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    Label Spotlight

    Island Def Jam

    • Jokahitz

    • castle productions

    • Dolphin's Of Hollywood

    • Melissa B INC/ Bungalo Records/ Universal Music Group Distribution

    • Artist Box

    • Nine7one

    • Arrogant minds entertainment

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