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Kanye West (@kanyewest) – Way Too Cold (video)

Posted in Uncategorized on April 20, 2012 by tokyosparkz

Kanye West is back with his brand new video called Way Too Cold which was directed by Ashley Smith. This video also features  vocals from DJ Khaled and DJ Pharris.

Invoxia iPhone become pro’phone

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , on September 15, 2011 by tokyosparkz

Q DA KID – BALLIN

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on August 3, 2011 by tokyosparkz

Q Da Kid, who was signed to Def Jams now defunct Tag Records, check him out right here adding fuel to an already HOT song by Young Jeezy…BALLIN! The video was produced by Theshay West Production. The song will be featured on his soon to be released Mixtape: TAKERS, hosted by DJ Envy & DJKashATL.

Chris Brown featuring Kevin McCall – Strip

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on August 3, 2011 by tokyosparkz

You can say whatever you want about Chris Brown, but the man’s work ethic is undeniable. After presenting a few songs and an official video last week, Chris Brown kicks off the new week with “Strip” – a new tune produced by Tha Bizness that finds him sharing the mic with Kevin McCall. The songs will allegedly be featured on his new mixtape Boy in Detention. You can check out the official artwork above and listen to the song below!

J. Cole – Any Given Sunday #1 EP

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on August 2, 2011 by tokyosparkz

Until his highly anticipated and debated debut album Cole World: The Sideline Story hits stores on September 27, J. Cole has decided to deliver a constant flow of material to his fans. Every Sunday from now until that date, Cole will be releasing a song, video, or other piece of content, such as this EP that he put up on his blog last night. Properly titled Any Given Sunday #1, the project consists of one track that he wanted to save for his second album, one brand new collaboration with his friends Omen and Voli, and three other cuts that you may already be familiar with. See below for the tracklist and descriptions of the songs, and download the EP here.

1. Like A Star– Was saving this for the 2nd album. Due to some other shit beyond my control, I’ma let this out now.

2. Knock On Wood- One of my fav. freestyles.

3. Pity- Brand new J. Cole, Omen, Voli. Produced by Voli @volitheentity

4. How High– at one point this was guaranteed to go on The Sideline Story.

5. Unabomber- Just heard this today for the first time in a longgg time. Love these raps.

Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling.

September 27! We almost there. Until then…

Frank Ocean – Thinking About You

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on July 29, 2011 by tokyosparkz

While there is still no release date for nostalgia/LITE, Frank Ocean drops this splendid ballad, entitled “Thinking About You” for your listening pleasure. Again, no official word where this will end up, but it sure is good to hear some new music the in-demand crooner. Listen below and stay tuned on his Def Jam-release and his contribution on Watch the Throne.

Blind Fury – Feel Some Type of Way

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on July 21, 2011 by tokyosparkz

Remember Blind Fury on BET’s Freestyle Fridays and MTV’s Rocafella Battle? Born blind on October 10, 1984 in Camden, South Carolina, Blind Fury’s mother was told her son didn’t have a chance of seeing his first birthday. He was playing the keyboard by four, singing by five, rapping by nine and slaying emcees before international audiences by 19 on MTV’s Rocafella Battle in 2003. After receiving the co-sign from Jamie Foxx, Killer Mike, T.I., KaySlay, DJ Premier, Ghostface, Ludacris, FatMan Scoop, Gregg Street, Big Gipp and many more, his debut album Beautiful dropped July 5 on Gang Green Records. MTV made his rhyme skills world-renowned, but “Feel Some Type of Way” is a slow-burning R&B cut that announces him as a singer/songwriter at heart. Who knew he could sing, and it’s quite impressive. Peep below.