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    Kyle Jason Revolution Of The Cool Album Reviewed by Soul-Patrol.coms' BoB Davis.

    February 2nd, 2007

    Kyle Jasons stellar album has been reviewed by the king of all soul music websites soul-patrol.com. The site is commandered by BOB and Mike Davis. It hosts radio, news, videolinks and classic info and interviews. Kyle Jason - "Revolution Of The Cool" Funk = a stew of jazz + blues… Read more

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    Janol 'Mecca' Holmes Heads Up SLAMdigital ,VP of Operations at SLAMjamz South

    February 2nd, 2007

    Janol MECCA Holmes VP SLAMjamz South/ SLAMdigital Janol MECCA Holmes is a serious cat. He wants to see SLAMjamz on the map regarding a solid place among independent urban based record labels in 007. Already a key integral part on developing showcases and marketing for CREW GRRL ORDER, DIRTY NORTH,… Read more

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    The baNNed - Pa$$ion Of The Hei$t Video

    February 1st, 2007

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    Johnny “Juice” Rosado Public Enemy’s ‘Rebel Without A Pause’ and The baNNed.

    January 11th, 2007

    Johnny “Juice” Rosado | Public Enemy’s ‘Rebel Without A Pause’ [ 11th January 2007 - 2:56:46 PM ] Blue Sky User Profile By Diane Gershuny Public Enemy’s Johnny "Juice" Rosado is the ‘man behind the curtain’, similar to that of the Wizard in the fabled tale of Oz. He’s a… Read more

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    SLAMjamz teams up with MediaStreet Inc

    January 6th, 2007

    MediaStreet Introduces Cross-Over Portable Media Player That Plays DVD, CDs and Digital File Formats. The most versatile, compact and portable media playback center on the market - with special branded version pre-loaded with Chuck D's SLAMjamz & Public Enemy's music and videos. Deer Park, NY (PRWeb) January 6, 2007 --… Read more

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    Crew Grrl Album Review 07

    January 1st, 2007

    Hip-Hop: Sad to say, but on today’s hip-hop landscape, it is rare that female rappers are taken seriously. They are often forced to dress in ‘barely their’ outfits in the videos and on stage in order to boost album sales. Well, Crew Grrl Order, the first female act on Public… Read more