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About missmenessa

Sole creator of Phenomenal Distance; editor and a contributing author.

My Type of Party | Dom Kennedy

Can I get a WEST!
Dom Kennedy has returned and just like the summer he’s brining that heat. This track was released today, a sneak peek of what is to come from the much-anticipated Yellow Album. Dom has always been one to drop a tape right as summer approaches which to people like me, people in Southern Cali is more than the business. With a beat and a hook like this one its due to be yet another banging tape.

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Kings + Queens (Trailer) | Curtiss King

On the heels of his recent performance at the highly coveted Paid Dues Festival 2012,
southern Cali (Inland Empire) emcee and producer Curtiss King presents a trailer for his upcoming documentary
“Kings + Queens” documenting his road to Paid Dues directed, edited, and shot by Pasqual Gutierrez.

Stay posted for the full length documentary!
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2012 Rock the Bells Launch Party | HOB Sunset [05.08.12]

Paid Dues was a blast and all that attended can vouch for that. Now that it has come and gone we await Rock The Bells, and if you are a die-hard hip-hop fan pay close attention. Here is your chance to get the scoop on the line-up before anyone else does, and you get to party for FREE! May 8th Guerilla Union will take over the House of Blues Sunset for the RTB Launch Party where all the details of the show(s) will be unveiled; artists, dates, and venues.

However, the only way in is to win tickets! Which is easy just stay posted on RTB’s Facebook, Twitter, Youtube channel, and Tumblr.
You have from NOW til day of show to win so what are you waiting for go out and find RTB on the internet.

Just to tempt to you a bit more here is the Rock The Bells 2011 Wrap Up video, enjoy & good luck!

Kids Right Now | Psalm One

The days of women doing back up vocals in hip-hop songs and only playing the role of a vixen are far long gone. Today women are coming forth and making music that defines the times they are living, Chicago native Psalm One makes music that speaks a bit of truth in every rhyme. Here is a glimpse at the first single Kids Right Now from the EP, Child Support due out July 2012.

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