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New single “Concrete Combat” by 050 Boyz, taken from their album “Everything 050” released on 4th August which also features Treach (Naughty by Nature), Lakim Shabazz, Famiil (Rottin Razkals), DoItAll (Lords of the Underground) and many more from New Jersey’s scene.

The Brick City trio performed at Newark’s “24 Hours of Peace” event recently, headlined by Rakim with further appearances by Marley Marl, DAS EFX, Smif n Wessun, DJ Evil Dee & Roxanne Shante, and in the past month have been guests of DJ Eclipse on his Halftime Show on WNYU and Rap Is Outta Control Show on Sirius XM.

Concrete Combat is produced by Clinton Place and features Dunn D, Big Stomp, Double O and Fly Kwa. Check out the stream

GUESTS OF THE BODEGA COLD KUTZ SHOW SEPTEMBER 11TH

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They make the short trip from New Jersey to Brooklyn this Friday, September 11th, as guests of the Bodega Cold Kutz Show on GID Radio. The show broadcasts from 5pm – 8pm EST and can be streamed online HERE

On Friday 25th September they will be in the Sirius XM studios again, this time as guests of DJ Premier on his Live From HeadQcourterz Show.

The album “Everything 050” is available to buy from the group’s own 050 Entertainment HERE

The group are conducting further interviews with international media and in the early process of arranging tour dates. Keep up to date with them on social media, on FACEBOOK and on twitter @50_Boyz, or individually @RiqDaKid_050 @PrinceAK_050 & EgoFree050_050

Any press and media enquiries regarding 050 Boyz, including DJ requests for a full quality mp3 of the track Concrete Combat, can be sent to us at UrbanElite PR, contact details HERE

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With his new album “God Save the King (Proper English Version)” having dropped in August, Ohio’s Copywrite took time out recently to speak with Ayara Pommells for Stupid Dope

They discuss the concept behind the album and the differences between the “Proper English Version” and the version released to the US market, the differences and similarities in the US and UK hip hop scenes, and his new Mhz album “Megacy” – also recently covered in this month’s Clash Magazine “Rapture & Verse” column.

He speaks on how he rates artists such as Rhyme Asylum, Lady Sovereign, Radiohead, The Snowgoons, Slick Rick and Joe Budden and his views on female emcees Jean Grae, Kreayshawn, Eternia, MC Lyte, Lauryn Hill & Roxanne Shante

The new Mhz album “Megacy” will be dropping over the next few months and should coincide with a planned tour of Europe & The UK in early 2013.

Read the full interview HERE

Keep up to date with Copywrite at www.copywritesworld.com and you can connect with them all on twitter @Copywrite @iAmaButtafly & @stupidDOPE

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