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Hip Hop On Deck Presents "2nd Quarter" Mixtape {Hosted By E.A.} Presents “2nd Quarter” Mixtape Hosted By E.A. 

Featuring Gillie Da Kid x UGLY Nov x Black Deniro x Mcveigh x Bakerman Bagz x Mpee x Brunno Brown x Oschino Vasquez x Jay Griffy x Raw Man x Digits x Nittles x Nard Geezs x Reek Geez x many more.

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Hip Hop On Deck presents “No Filter Vol. 1” mixtape hosted by DJ Skroog Mkduk featuring new music from Jay Z, Fabolous, Meek Mill, Lil Wayne, Yo Gotti, French Montana, Chief Keef, Young Greatness, Young Dro, Remy Ma, Ar-Ab, Fat Joe and more!!

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Chester PA rapper Skinny Meech finally delivers his highly anticipated debut STREET ALBUM [mixtape] I KNOW THEY HATING to maximum acclaim. The STREETS are claiming it’s a classic.

With production from the likes of Jahlil Beats x Jof Money x Dougie On The Beat x M-Rrrrr x Angel and more. The music is hard drums and more hard drums. Skinny Meech only recruited a select few on this project like Redi Roc x Jahlil Beats x City Rominiecki x Steddy Rocc x Angel x Yung Goon.

“This joint is like watching a movie” – Nik Numbers

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Bakerman Bagz - "I've Been Waiting" Mixtape {Hosted by @TheRealFlatline} @BakermanBagz  /

Hip Hop On Deck Presents Bakerman Bagz “I’ve Been Waiting” Mixtape Hosted By Dj Flatline. Download Link Below:


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Kid Cut has the energy and creativity that is needed to make your mark in a world that seems to embrace followers. Although Cut’s energy and cadence is reminiscent of Kanye West’s, the sound is much more upbeat and less angry child. “Roses” is a goodbye to wack ass rappers, and although it could be looked at as your average all you other rappers are lame type of anthems, this track doesn’t come across as corny to me. The beat knocks, and my favorite line out has to be I put the Pharaoh, in Ferocious…, it’s lines like that, that make me love hip hop. “100 Acres” is different, but in a good way, but I love the imagery, “But I need a hundred acres, with like a hundred waiters, all of my team is just dressed up in gold man we look like a hundred Lakers”, that paired beside the king type vibe I get throughout the whole project, and I love where it is going. “3 Shots” is the song for women that can appreciate a very direct approach, I think the ladies Sweat CEO and Redd Velvet, both held their own on this track with a very direct reaction. I love their aggressiveness and the way they complemented Kid Cut on this track. “Friendzone” was my favorite track well, because who can’t relate to being put in the friend zone no matter how hard we try? Kid Cut and Mr. Carmack both share stories from the dark underworld that we all know as the Friend Zone, and I felt that the beat on this one fit both of their styles. Overall I think we might end up seeing Kid Cut make the cover of XXL as a freshman. This project was pretty well rounded, and from the song selection down to the content in the songs, you can tell that Kid Cut is a genuine artist. Many people rap about things that they really know nothing about, but I don’t get that vibe here and I think that says a lot. I rate this project, an A, and not an A+, and my only reason behind that is, because sonically the mix of the music took away from the tracks a little but quality of the music still shined through.

About the Artist:Miles Mansel (born November 2, 1993) better known by his stage name Kid Cut is an American songwriter and rapper. Cut was raised in western Chicago, Illinois, and distracted himself from the troubles of life with music. Beautiful Nightmare is Cut’s first official mixtape and looks at his life in depth in his own creative way. For booking & feature inquires, contact

"Plaga" Drops New Mixtape Entitled "Cocaine" /
Philadelphia Rap Artist “Plaga” Drops New Mixtape Entitled “Cocaine” 

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Killa Fresh - "Real Repty 2" Mixtape /

Killa Fresh “Real Repty 2” Mixtape Hosted By Dj J12

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EndaStory - "Novcembraury" #WhatSkeenoWednesdays /

The last time EndaStory left you all in October, he said he would be back in December with another tape…. So how do you make up for November through February? Ladies & Gentleman, We give you “Novcembruary”. LOL. Here’s a little thank you from EndaStory to all his fans/fam, who have remained patient while he cooked up this “Red Light Runner EP” & “No Breakes”.

“Thank you for your support… Enjoy… #SappasOnARiiise” – EndaStory

DJ Michael "5000" Watts joins The Hype Magazine team

DJ Michael “5000” Watts joins The Hype Magazine Editorial Staff           Photo Credit: Jerry Doby for The Hype Magazine

The Hype Magazine announced the addition of DJ Michael “5000” Watts, Founder/CEO of The Swisha House to its editorial staff. Watts will contribute to both the online portal and magazine issues, focusing on Southern Music culture and Southern culture in general.

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“I’m really looking forward to working with The Hype Magazine! You know most people are used to seeing and hearing me from behind a turntable. Finally they’ll get to see the other side of me. I just really want the world to know how much I love the south, its people, its music and its culture.” – Michael Watts

“DJ Michael “5000” Watts is an iconic part of the entertainment industry both domestically and abroad” says The Hype Magazine Editor-in-Chief, Jerry Doby. He continues, “Having a subject matter expert such as Watts, ensures we continue to set the standard by bringing the most on-point and relevant content. It’s not even fair, kinda like insider trading!!!”

About DJ Michael “5000” Watts 

The transition from provincial celebrity DJ to renowned record label founder has been rewarding in more ways than one for Houston, Texas native Michael “5000” Watts. Known primarily for his chopped and screwed Swisha House remixes, Watts has successfully turned regional mix tape distribution into a record label empire. However, Watts did not get to VIP status overnight. A mountain of diligence and unsurpassed talent catapulted this music icon in the making to mogul standing.

2005 brought about a national notoriety for Michael “5000” Watts. His company, Swisha House, celebrated with the chart topping victories of Houston hip-hop rookies turned luminaries Paul Wall (The People’s Champ, 2005) and Mike Jones (Who Is Mike Jones, 2005) as well as a number of highly acclaimed independent releases featuring a gifted mass of up and coming artists including the unforgettable The Day Hell Broke Loose: Parts 1 & 2 (1999, 2003).

As an ambassador of Houston hip-hop, Swisha House branded chopped and screwed remixes and the south’s clout in the music industry, Watts is a featured guest on the BET It’s My Thing television campaign. Alongside other prominent entertainment movers and shakers, Watts’ spots appeared periodically and repetitively throughout the day highlighting his distinguished success as Swisha House CEO, founder and DJ.

About The Hype Magazine

The Hype Magazine emerged as a leader in the Urban Entertainment market in 2002. Launching onto the national stage by being the first magazine cover for music artist and marketing thought leader Soldier Boy. Thriving from diversity, The Hype Magazine grew to include “News from Hip-Hop to Hollywood,” spring boarding the digital powerhouse onto the international print magazine stage, in 2013.

via #BreakingNews: The Hype Magazine welcomes DJ Michael “5000” Watts as a Celebrity Contributor.




The Philly rap artist brings the heat with features from The Game, Jadakiss, Waka Flocka, Freeway,, Jim Jones, Trae Da Truth, StarrZ, Spadeo and more !!!



PHILADELPHIA, PA (June 18, 2014) — Gillie Da Kid (Figga Gang Ent.) dropped his highly anticipated “King of Philly 3” (KOP) mixtape today – a masterpiece follow-up to his hugely successful “King of Philly 2” mixtape released last year. Gillie Da Kid teamed up with the likes of The Game, Jadakiss, Waka Flacka, Jim Jones, Freeway, Trae Da Truth, StarrZ, Spadeo and more for his undeniable piece of art, featuring hit maker production by Sonny Digital, Mannie Fresh, Coney Gurl, Batman aka “Rouge,” and B-Do. 


Leading up to this release Gillie gained attention with his “King Me” and “Jungle” videos garnering the North Philly native a massive online following and digital buzz in the industry. “KOP3 is my best work to date. As far as creativity, I stepped it up on this one,” explains Gillie Da Kid. “It’s more like an album; this mixtape is better than all of the other albums that came out this year. Bottom Line I’m Winnin! I’m all about bringing talent back to this watered down game. Gillie decided to release the first visual off of his self entitled Mixtape “King Of Philly 3”




Gillie Da Kid has set the bar high for independent artists working to put out music on their own. The hard working artist, whose music has been co-signed by none other than the previous King of Philly Will Smith, continues to grind out hits in the studio ahead of the his forthcoming album titled “Welcome to Gilladelphia,” 


While working on his new album, the rap star has also been keeping busy honing his acting skills and recently wrapped the new feature film “Force of Execution,” co-starring Steven Seagal and Ving Rhame. Gillie Da Kid also added film producer to his list of titles on the upcoming movie “Brotherly Love” starring himself and Ving Rhames, and is currently negotiating a distribution deal for the film. 


#KOP3 IS LIVE!!!!!!! 


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Gillie Da Kid – What These Niggas On #WTNO