Friday, 29 March 2013

Mickey-M feat. SiL and Prolific Miz - Izinja Ze’Game

This joint dropped a while back but some people have been asking me for it, well if you don't have it by now then this is it..
This is a hot track i must say, enjoy!


Thursday, 28 March 2013

E-Jay - All Eyes On Me

Artist: E-Jay
Song: All Eyes On Me
Prod. By: The Avengers SA

This is the second single taken off "The Decision" Mixtape. The song is a follow up from his banging tune "The City" which recieved alot of airplay from small and major radio stations, blogs and of course the "M.G Exclusive Music Vol.2 Mixtape Hosted By Dizz".

Be sure to follow him on Twitter: EJay_CPT


Friday, 15 March 2013

Lil Wayne's "I Am Not A Human Being 2" Updated Tracklist

In stores March 26th.

02. Curtains feat. Boo
03. Days After Days feat. 2 Chainz
04. Gun Walk feat. Gudda Gudda
05. No Worries feat. Detail
06. Back To You
07. Trigger Finger feat. Soulja Boy
08. Beat The Shit feat. Gunplay
09. Rich As Fuck feat. 2 Chainz
10. Tripping feat. Juicy J
11. Bitches Love Me feat. Drake and Future
12. Romance
13. God Bless Amerika
14. Wowerz feat. Trina
15. Hello feat. Shane Heyl

01. Lay It Down feat. Nicki Minaj and Cory Guns
02. Hot Revolver feat. Dre
03. My Homies Still feat. Big Sean

Target - Explicit Delux
01. Shit Stain

Saturday, 9 March 2013

Astro - Deadbeats and Lazy Lyrics Hosted by DJ Tech

01. Stro Is The Name
02. Dead Beat
03. Cheese
04. He Fell Off
05. Flow
06. Return Of The Soul
07. Don't Be Afraid
08. Catchin' Wreck
09. Cordoroy Couch
10. Grind-In
11. Methods
12. The Bomb
13. Player


Friday, 8 March 2013

M.G Exclusive Music Vol.2 Mixtape Hosted by Dizz

M.G Exclusive Music Vol.2 Mixtape Hosted by Dizz

01. Intro (Dizz)
02. Trap House (Prod. By M.G Exclusive Music)
03. CYA - My Way
04. E-Jay - The City
05. Rec Rymer feat. KlappaHeiz - ThronePark
06. Cypher Hour (Dizz and Anzo)
07. Forever (Prod. Dro Southwest)
08. JproD - A Million Feelings
09. First Class - I Don't Really Need Much (Bad Bitch And A Blunt)
10. TouHx - Get Like Me (Do It)
11. Webb 11 feat. The Urban Lunatic and OG Brown - Clique
12. Stunner Entertainment Instrumentals (Prod. By DrKev)
13. IGZ - Feels Like The End
14. Jnr Jay feat. Forbidden Thought and Mic Stinger - Bands On Rands
15. Big Maal - Ridin' By
16. Dangerously In Love (Prod. By Fatir)
17. Outro (Dizz and Top G)
18. Dizz - Tragic Hero (Bonus Track)


Yep its Volume 2 babe and this time around we got artists from JHB,
Cape Town, Mpumalanga, Maftown, Tucson, Toronto, New Jersey and all
across the globe.. So SHOUT OUT TO ALL OF YO'LL!!!!!

This right here is not your typical song after song after song kind of
mixtape but instead consists of SONGS, BEATS and Dope CYPHERS from The
HUB (HipHop Urban Brew) thats is hosted by Dizz on NWUfm 105.5. So
basically its more like a "Radio Show".
The reason for this concept is because people outside Maftown can't
access the station and katz have been asking me whats the show all
about, well i hope this will answer your question.

Don't forget to checkout all the artists and producers featured on it.. Enjoy!

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And like i always say, NO PLATFORM IS TOO SMALL!

Thank You..

Dr kev

I go by the name of Dr kev. From the Eastrand im a producer, beat
maker, rapper and composer.
For any artist who wants their projects to be
completed they can get me at : 0848420959
@Dr_Kev_Stunner on twitter
Kevin Tevin Harris Harris On Fcaebook


 I've listened to HipHop since forever cause my older brother was a HipHop head. He helped me write my first poem at the age of 13. I made a few classics along the way but my music started taking the shape I want when I was 17 and in matric. When I was 18 I already knew the sound I wanted to do and I strived to find the uniqueness within it and I wanted some form of originality.

I've never been a recording artist, I was just a writer and I concentrated hard on improving my craft in terms of writing. I used instrumentals to shape my music cause I always struggled to find a group of people with the same aim and taste music wise. I turned 21 last month on the 22 of February, so all music I've written was when I was 20 and before. Last year I got introduced to Dizz the host of the HipHop Urban Brew called The Hub. My consistency made me the residence MC at NWU fm 105.5.  Since well I don't have anywhere to record my music, I'm driven to always use instrumentals to improve my craft and make as many tracks as I can. My writing has developed a lot because I can write in both Setswana and English and any type of music I can set my mind to. I've never been expose to many performance, and any little platform I got I killed it, but now I'm in a point where I need them in order to grow further from my current position as an artist.

Saturday, 2 March 2013


Check out the song "Feels Like The End" by Toronto Rapper IGZ.
 Artist Name: IGZ
 Track Title: Feels Like The End

BIO: IGZ is a 23 year old Toronto Rapper. He started writing out poems and lyrics when he was little. At around 14 IGZ started putting some of his written lyrics on beats and released a few of his debut songs at 15. He started taking the music more and more serious once he turned 19, he then released the hot debut mixtape "Story For The Kids" in 2011. He has a large and always growing following in Toronto and on Twitter and YouTube. IGZ is set to release his first album "IGZPLICIT" sometime during Summer 2013.

About the song: Feels Like The End is off the upcoming album IGZPLICIT set to be released Summer '13. 

Webb 11

Webb 11 is a 19 year-old hip hop artist who hails from Rustenburg in the platinum province North-West but currently resides in Pretoria. Mainly delivers lyrics in English but also raps in vernacular, particularly in isiXhosa. At the age of 17, he joined a crew called the Carnivores which adopted a diverse style of hip-hop. He then started recording a number of songs with fellow crew member OG Brown and fellow high school members Y2K and Princie. He then went on to work with producers Blayze Deville and Neon Oxide and is currently working on a project with young producer/rapper The Urban Lunatic. He has also worked on a gospel track with local DJ/artist Gregory Modise. Webb 11 is a versatile artist and has expressed his craft in many different genres. There’s a lot in the pipeline by the kid in 2013 and certainly promises to deliver.

Contact Details:
Twitter: @WWebb_11
Facebook: Wandile Webb


TouHX (pronounced tux or tucks) aka Da Taxxman
real name Thabo Dlamini rapper/beat maker/songwriter, genre hip hop/ new
age. Born and raised in Tembisa South Africa .

 TouHX started rapping at
the tender age of 18, attending and participating in numerous street
ciphers and local shows at local events clubs and talent shows concerts it wasn't until (2010) that he and Theology co-founder of The HD Music Group started recording TouHX’s first
The EP featured a variety of artists also under the HD umbrella such as  Vuyiswa,
 Paul B, Sk of HD Squard (pronounced HD Squad)and  Theology on production, co-producing TouHX’s first smash single titled Girls Around Da World which featured Paul B .
The single would further go on to debut on Gauteng’s hottest frequency YFM,  which propelled the young artist to even greater heights, landing him countless interviews on tv (MTtv) and magazines(SAhiphop) and co-operate deals with recording labels which see the young star building a successful career.

Rec Rymer

Name: Rec Rymer feat. KlappaHeiz
Song: Thornpark.


Name: Fabian Doroba AKA Rec Rymer.
Age: 23
Rec Rymer was born in Zambia but grew up in South Africa.
His passion for music was discovered at the age of 6 years old.
He began rapping in 2006, and through the hard work and creativity he put into every song he did, it was just a matter of time until he started gaining hype in the music industry.
His biggest hip hop influential rappers were 50 cent, Nas, 2pac, BIG, Jay z.

He then dropped his first mixtape in 2010 called "The Take Off Mixtape" Vol.1 #DownloadLink .

in 2011 he got signed to a Record label called EFI MEDIA,based in Zambia.
Rec Rymer has worked with many artists such as "KlappaHeiz, RickyRik, StanB, IlLBarz, Krytic, ER, Camstar, AshtonNokeri, SoniqAviator, etc.
He is currently working on his EP called "The Commercial Break".

Bookings :
Twitter: @boyrymer
Reverbnation :
Facebook: Rec Rymer


JproD (Jeopardy)

Follow me on Twitter @IAMJPROD!

BIO: "If I could define my music in one word, that word would be real. Trill shit.
I make music for people who live like me to relate to and paint a picture for those who don't live like me.
Everything I write in my music is based on real life influences. Mostly everything that I saw, I have seen happen or has happened to me. 
I like to categorize my music as "Lifestyle music". I do not like to limit myself and say "Lifestyle Rap" because I feel I am much more than just a rapper. I feel I am a music artist. I am influenced through all types of music
If you were to ever see me around the way, you would see my actions and my lingo really do reflect exactly what I am giving you in my music.
Over the course of my life I have realized that life is way to short to not do what you want to do. You should always do what feels right to you, even if people don't agree or necessarily like it. You have to be you.
It is all about asking yourself , "Could I die tomorrow and be happy with what I did Today?"
I feel my music has extreme crossover mainstream potential. I try to write lyrics that are really relatable to anybody in any situation. I try to capture my feelings at that exact moment. At one time or another, everyone has felt sad, scared, turnt up, angry, forgiving, careless, etc.
The music I write literally comes from my soul. You can't fake the realness that I put into my songs. It wouldn't feel so genuine. 
I like to think I am rare, at least as a hip hop artist. I feel like everyone tries so hard to fit the "Hip Hop" image. That is something I have never done. It is just who I am. I dress the way I dress because it is how I like to dress. It is not because I saw the same outfit in a music video. I talk the way I talk because that is how I express myself. My music is just me documenting how I live. Almost like my biography up to this point in my life. 
I believe I have similar traits to not only music greats but also of business greats. I fully understand the business side of music but I am not willing to compromise my art. Money, girls, being thought to be cool, none are my motivations. Granted, it comes with the territory, which is cool but that isn't why I dedicate my life to my music. 
My goal is to transcend rap. To make it every race or culture's favorite music.
One thing that I think separates me from a lot of artists doing it is my ability to adapt. Throughout my life I have been around every culture, I have had conversations with every type of person. 
The fact that I have favorite rap artists from the west coast, east coast, dirty south, Midwest, really gives me a leg up. It enables me to know how to convey my message to each person from each region.
I pride myself on being original and going against the grain. I embrace how different I am and how different I think. Being different is a small price to pay for being a genius. Einstein never gave a f*** about what anyone had to say about him.
As far as making moves to brand my movement or break songs, I do it the way I want to do it. I don't care what people tell me I should be doing. I don't believe in paying people a ridiculous amount of money for promo. You do not have to worry about that if you make real trill music. People will gravitate towards it. I am not looking to be a one hit wonder or pop off for one summer. I want to be the topic of conversation 10 years down the road. I do not want to be the biggest rapper, I want to be the biggest artist. 
I try to be the voice for those who may feel up against odds or feel like a black sheep. I put things in perspective for them. I either put a humorous twist on a bad situation or I dive deep into the feeling and show the silver lining.
I think older folks have a really bad misconception of my generation. I tell about the life of the younger generation and yeah I talk about smoking, drinking, having sex, dressing nice, BUT I talk about uplifting and being educated and chasing your dream. I am not trying to promote any of that. I am just simply telling you what I do. If you happen to do the same, awesome.#TrifeLife. I think it is cool to go to college, be sober, not be promiscuous. My life is just a little different. But not for one second do I want someone to think that I can't talk your ear off about politics or the economy. I am well-rounded. Ya Dig.
Just because you turn up, act reckless,get it poppin', that doesn't mean you cant take care of your business. Just because you are going the F*** in at the club,bar,party, that don't mean you can't be the most well spoken, well mannered n*gga the next morning at work, or at a job interview, or in class. Actions do not define someone. Keep it Trill, Take care of your business. If not, get your sh** together.
My night could consist of drinking,women, a crazy amount of weed, loud Music, Studio, blowing money, and you can bet your last dollar that I will be 30 minutes early to work in the morning. That is that #TrifeLife.
I am sensitive to the fact that everyone has gone through rough times. I feel that if I show how I overcame what I went through, I can inspire someone else. 
The way I found my sound was crazy. My life hit rock bottom and I didn't see much hope. I didn't have anything other than my n*ggas and some sh** to say. I really submerged myself into a new atmosphere. Before I never drank, never smoked, never made the music I wanted to make. Until one day, I was like "f*ck that", I want to drink and get sauced every once and a while, I like to get high, I am going to start saying real sh** in my music. Since that day, I have been JproD.
Music is what I was born to do without a question.
I want to be a role model, in the sense that I want people to feel they can achieve their dream.  I want people to be comfortable with who they are and not be afraid to be different. Different is trill. Trill is real. Real is respected. 
Trill Shit, I really mean that. Yetati."