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[26 Dec 2002 | No Comment | ]

M. Port’d Flows is an underground MC from Pittsburgh, PA (USA) who is determined to change the way the music industry works.

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[11 Dec 2002 | No Comment | ]

Skwatta did not leave us. They mad busy. Check out what they doing right now.

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[11 Dec 2002 | No Comment | ]

Eminem is not the only Detroit celeb making his acting debut in the semi-autobiographic film, 8 Mile. Eminem’s rhyme partner, PROOF, the only member of hip-hop group D12 to appear in the film plays Lil’ Tic. If you’ve seen the film, Lil’ Tic is the rapper who makes Rabbit (Eminem’s character), choke in the MC battle. While Proof plays MC extraordinaire, Mekhi Phifer portrays Proof’s real life persona in the film, which took in $54.5 million in its first week making it the second best opening ever for an R-Rated film.

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[10 Dec 2002 | No Comment | ]

Paarl / Cape Town, 9 December 2002

KGB are at it again. This time their song “Open Your Eyes”, an in your face wake up call for young South Africans off KGB’s debut album “The First Born”, has hit the Hip Hop charts of amuseafrica.com on NUMBER ONE.

With their first number one hit, KGB keep riding a high wave of success. Their first single off the debut album, “Get Money” has now been on the radio charts for 17 consecutive weeks, peaking on MFM, Stellenbosch on number 6 last week.

In addition, “Kwaito”, which has just been released on the December issue of SL Magazine’s compilation CD, also entered the charts of samp3.co.za on number 18. The album charted in position 19.

KGB’s debut album “The First Born” is available from www.oneworld.co.za and selected stores for UNDER R 50!.

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[2 Dec 2002 | No Comment | ]

If you are a Southern African artist I’d highly recommend that you read this interview. This is essential reading my people!

Click Here to read the interview (External Link)