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Wednesday Turn Up Mix From HustleTV

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HustleTV Music News….  DJ Hustle aka Hot Hands has put new music in the mix.  Hustle is on the  turntables giving you Hustle Nation Mix Tape series. DJ Hustle is in this mix on HustleTV.

DJ Mustard ft Ty Dolla $ign & Joe Moses – Paranoid (Clean)
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Chris Brown ft Lil Wayne & Too Short – Loyal (West Coast Version / Clean)
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Mr. Mauricio Ft. Pitbull, Rick Ross, & Fat Joe – Jam On It (Clean / Intro)
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Zendaya ft Ty Dolla $ign, Bobby Brackins & IAMSU – My Baby (Remix / Clean)
06:03
E-40 ft Juicy J & Ty Dolla $ign – Chitty Bang (Clean)
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Nick Cannon ft Jeremih – If I Was Your Man (Clean)
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Kamaiyah – How Does It Feel (Clean)
09:27
Kent Jones ft Pitbull – Dont Mind (Spanglish RMX / Clean / Transition 100-79)
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Saturday Turn Up Mix From HustleTV

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HustleTV Music News….  DJ Hustle aka Hot Hands has put new music in the mix.  Hustle is on the  turntables giving you Hustle Nation Mix Tape series. DJ Hustle is in this mix on HustleTV.

 

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DJ Mustard ft Ty Dolla $ign & Joe Moses – Paranoid (Clean)
01:57
Chris Brown ft Lil Wayne & Too Short – Loyal (West Coast Version / Clean)
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Mr. Mauricio Ft. Pitbull, Rick Ross, & Fat Joe – Jam On It (Clean / Intro)
04:42
Zendaya ft Ty Dolla $ign, Bobby Brackins & IAMSU – My Baby (Remix / Clean)
06:03
E-40 ft Juicy J & Ty Dolla $ign – Chitty Bang (Clean)
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Nick Cannon ft Jeremih – If I Was Your Man (Clean)
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Kamaiyah – How Does It Feel (Clean)
09:27
Kent Jones ft Pitbull – Dont Mind (Spanglish RMX / Clean / Transition 100-79)
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Thursday Turn Up Work Week Hustle Music Mix By DJ Hustle

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HustleTV Music News….  DJ Hustle aka Hot Hands has put new music in the mix.  Hustle is on the  turntables giving you Hustle Nation Mix Tape series. DJ Hustle is in this mix on HustleTV.

Listen to DJ Hustle as he is slapping the hits from the streets. Follow Hustle on Twitter @DJHustle or Instagram DJHustle2407  DJ Hustle continues  forward with hustle radio giving artists a great plateform to have there music played around the world 24/7 seven days a week. Contact DJ Hustle to put you music in rotation now djhustle411@gmail.com HustleTV

 

 

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‘Suicide Squad’ Track ‘Sucker for Pain’ Soars to No. 1 on Hot Rap Songs Chart

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HustleTV Movie News As Suicide Squad: The Album debuts atop the Billboard 200, the set’s single “Sucker for Pain” gets a boost in airplay, sales and streams — driving it 10-1 on the Hot Rap Songs chart (dated Aug. 27). HustleTV

The all-star track is led by Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and Imagine Dragons, with Logic and Ty Dolla $ign , featuring X Ambassadors . The song earns Lil Wayne his ninth chart-topper, while Khalifa logs his third. It’s the first Hot Rap Songs No. 1 for the rest of the co-billed acts. DJ Hustle

 

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Music Makes The Day Better.

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HustleTV Music News….  DJ Hustle aka Hot Hands has put new music in the mix.  Hustle is on the  turntables giving you Hustle Nation Mix Tape series. DJ Hustle is in this mix on HustleTV.  Listen to DJ Hustle as he is slapping the hits from the streets. Follow Hustle on Twitter @DJHustle or Instagram DJHustle2407  DJ Hustle continues  forward with hustle radio giving artists a great plateform to have there music played around the world 24/7 seven days a week. Contact DJ Hustle to put you music in rotation now djhustle411@gmail.com

Trinidad James ft Mystikal & Lil Dicky – Just A Lil Thick (Clean)
08:33
Lil Jon, Kronic & Onderkoffer ft Keno – Bad B*tches (Clean)
09:29
Shakira ft Alejandro Sanz – La Tortura (Spanish)
10:23
Sia ft Sean Paul – Cheap Thrills (Mr. Collipark Remix / Clean)
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Jonn Hart ft Dozay – Hurt Yo Body (Clean)
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JR Castro – Right Away (Clean)
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JR Castro – Right Away (Clean)
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Montell Jordan – This Is How We Do It (Poprocks)
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Montell Jordan – This Is How We Do It (CLASSIC) (Acappella)
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Montell Jordan – This Is How We Do It (CLASSIC) (Instrumental)
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New Music From Lil Uzi Vert – Drama

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HustleTV Music  News Gaining notoriety and a nickname for his rapid-fire delivery, young overnight superstar-in-the-making Lil Uzi Vert is the artist on everybody’s tongue in the industry. Breaking out seemingly overnight with his smash mixtape Luv Is Rage, Uzi has been pouring gasoline on his own fire ever since. He shined the brightest on Carnage’s “WDYW,” holding his own and then some against the likes of A$AP Ferg and Rich The Kid. With the release of his mixtape followup, Lil Uzi Vert Vs. The World, North Philly’s latest hope is taking his buzz to the next level. Having just signed to a lucrative deal with Atlantic Records, Lil Uzi Vert is set to take his unique style of pop-trap out of the underground into the realm of crossover success.

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OKEECHOBEE MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2017 DATES

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OKEECHOBEE MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2017 DATES
 
MARCH 2 – 5, 2017 IN OKEECHOBEE, FL
 
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HustleTV Festival News Continuing a new Florida tradition, Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival is excited to announce that its second annual event will take place March 2 – 5, 2017. The four-day festival will again be held during the perfect time of year to enjoy incredible Florida weather in an ideal setting. The festival’s home, Sunshine Grove, is widely regarded  amongst the best music festival destinations in the world, featuring lush grassy flat lands, a sandy beach, stunning tufts of tropical jungle and a majestic grove that houses the main stages. In its first year, OMF was a sold-out destination to thousands of spring breakers and music fans across the country. HustleTV
Okeechobee’s second year promises to build upon its reputation as an incomparable, multi-faceted entertainment experience, with incredible music and art in an environment of pristine nature with top notch logistics and organization.  The festival promises to evolve beyond last year’s in terms of scope and creativity, continuing the tradition of excellence, while adding new and exciting elements to the music lineup and activity features.
Chief Creative Officer and co-Founder Paul Peck says, “There were so many once-in-a-lifetime moments at Okeechobee ’16. In 2017, we’re going to build upon the magic we created last year by adding new, next level surprises. Those special, shared experiences that will never happen again is what Okeechobee is all about.” HustleTV
For more information, visit: http://okeechobeefest.com/
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DUMBFOUNDEAD PREMIERE “HARAMBE” MUSIC VIDEO

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HustleTV Music News Los Angeles emcee Dumbfoundead partners with The Fader to debut his brand new gorilla style music video “Harambe.” With hard-hitting production by Getter, Dumbfoundead delves into the fatal shooting of Harambe to address social injustice and the consequential widespread paranoia. “Harambe” will be included in Dumbfoundead’s We Might Die mixtape due out later this year. HustleTV
 
Dumbfoundead explains to The Fader, “I linked up with Getter to work on my next mixtape – We Might Die. This was around the time the gorilla shooting happened and we came up with “Harambe.” I felt that this was the energy in the world during that time that I needed to address.”
 
Earlier this summer, the Korean-American pioneer Dumbfoundead fiercely confronted Hollywood’s offensive stereotypes with his #1 trending lead single “Safe.” Superimposing his own face over the faces of white actors of iconic films, Dumbfoundead spotlights the Asian American narrative and anti-whitewashing anthem that was featured on the homepage of CNNThe Los Angeles Times and Al Jazeera.
 
 
ABOUT DUMBFOUNDEAD:
“Dumbfoundead is a walking bag of charisma. Equipped with a blunted grin, 
infectious attitude, and an arsenal of quick witted rhymes, 
the burgeoning new generation Project Blowedian with endless potential.”
– Genius.com
From the battle grounds to the silver screen, Jonathan Park (professionally known as Dumbfoundead) has built up an unbelievably impressive repertoire. Born in Buenos Aires to Korean immigrants, smuggled into Mexico, raised in K-town Los Angeles where he later freestyled at open mics in Leimert Park at Project Blowed and was part of the last generation of Blowedians, Dumbfoundead is now a force to be reckoned with not only in the Los Angeles hip-hop scene but also internationally as a viral hip-hop ambassador.  HustleTV
During the 2015 King of the Dot’s Blackout 5 world reknown rapper Drake praised Dumbfoundead as the highlight of the rap battle. Later, Dumbfoundead used to his platform to champion for Asian rappers Keith Ape and Rich Chigga to come to the US where they formed the crew CXSHXNLY.  Dumbfoundead was also featured on Keith Ape’s viral hit “It G Ma Remix” alongside A$AP Ferg, Father and Waka Flocka Flame.  Moreover, Dumbfoundead was also honored for his contributions for Asian artists with the KoreanAmericanStory.org Trail Blazer award alongside actress Sandra Oh and humanitarian Thomas Park Clement.
Dumbfoundead has also branched out as an actor with supporting roles in Joseph Kahn’s Detention (2011), Bodied (2017) and Season 3 of Starz #1 series Power (2016). Most recently, Dumbfoundead has embraced the curator role in one of K-town’s most happening parties: Spamneggs alongside Far East Movement and Tokimonsta. HustleTV
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KING WORLD TOUR EXTENDED THROUGH THE FALL

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HustleTV Music News The trailblazing ladies of KING have been on the road all year with their sold-out world tour and are thrilled to announce that due to extraordinary popular demand, they have added an additional North American leg to extend into the Fall where they will make stops in Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, Boston, Atlanta among many others. Supporting the newly added Fall tour dates are Los Angeles singer-songwriter Joey Dosik and Brooklyn singer-songwriter Nick Hakim.

“It’s been a great year and we’re excited to continue the movement with our fall tour,” says KING’s Paris Strother. “Performing the record live has given new life to the songs, and we can’t wait to share the new arrangements with fans across the globe. We’re also excited to present Nick Hakim and Joey Dosik, two outstanding talents who will be supporting the US dates of the tour.”
KING’s critically acclaimed #1 independent album We Are KING has been honored with coveted spots on the “Best Of 2016 (So Far)” lists by TIME MagazineRolling StonePitchforkComplexNPRStereogumNoiseyNewsday and The Quietus.  TIME Magazine declared, “This Prince-endorsed trio’s debut is a Quiet Storm dreamscape, with meticulous production.”Complex adds that KING “keeps traditional R&B alive and fresh.” NPR raves about KING’s Muhammad Ali tribute “The Greatest” and how its “featherweight groove hits the ears as a demonstration of joy found in gracefulness” and it is one of their favorite songs of the year! Stereogum is enamored as “KING came out of the gate with the cool, relaxed stride of a thoroughbred headed to the solitude of the winner’s circle.” Meanwhile Noisey perfectly sums it up: “It’s vapor-funk, dream-soul, the result of a vision that extracts the latent etherealism of innumerable late-80s R&B ballads and brings it to the forefront. Above all, these aren’t empty surfaces, as the songs take melodic and textural turns that give them real heart.”
 
Fans can also enjoy KING’s recently released collaborations with Grammy winners Corinne Bailey Rae and Robert Glasper.  KING performed and co-wrote on five songs of Corinne Bailey Rae’s latest studio album The Heart Speaks In Whispers:  “Green Aphrodisiac“, “Been To The Moon“, “Tell Me”, “Horse Print Dress“, and “Taken by Dreams.” Vibe was swept away by lead single “Been To The Moon” praising that it “as refreshing as when the sun comes out on a cloudy day while walking to the market” and noted that “with collaborations from KING and Esperanza Spalding, The Heart Speaks Volumes will swallow you whole. You’ll relive all that love has to offer, the good, bad and the indescribable and your heart will pulsate.” Moreover, Complex Magazine raved that their collaboration on “Green Aphrodisiac” has a  “soulful sound that perfectly matches her [Corinne’s] lyricism.”  Meanwhile, KING are among the starry assortment of guests on Robert Glasper’s seductive Miles Davis tribute album where KING wrote, produced and performed the soulful and angelic “Song For Selim.” HustleTV
CHECK OUT CORINNE BAILEY RAE’S
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CHECK OUT ROBERT GLASPER’S
EVERYTHING’S BEAUTIFUL
09/18 – Monterey, CA @ Monterey Jazz Fest
09/19 – Honolulu, HI @Blue Note
09/20 – Honolulu, HI @ Blue Note
09/28 – San Diego, CA @ Casbah
09/29 – Los Angeles, CA @ Troubadour
10/01 – San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
10/02 –  Petaluma, CA @ Mystic Theatre
10/04 – Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge
10/05 – Seattle, WA @ Neumos
10/06 – Vancouver, BC @ Alexander Gastown
10/10 – Minneapolis, MN @ The Dakota Jazz Club
10/11 – Evanston, IL @ Space
10/12 – Detroit, MI @ El Club
10/13 – Toronto, ON @ Velvet Underground
10/14 – Montreal, QC @ Mini Campus
10/15 – Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground Lounge
10/16 – Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
10/18 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
10/19 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Foundry
10/20 – Washington, DC @ U Street Music Hall
10/21 – Durham, NC @ Motorco Music Hall
10/22 – Charlotte, NC @ Neighborhood Theatre
10/23 – Nashville, TN @ The Basement East
10/25 – Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage
10/26 – Birmingham, AL @ Saturn
10/27 – New Orleans, LA @ Tipitina’s
10/28 – Houston, TX @ The Heights Theatre
10/29 – Dallas, TX @ Kessler
10/30 – Austin, TX @ The Parish
*Joey Dosik supports for 09/28 – 10/06
**Nick Hakim supports for 10/12 – 10/30
ABOUT KING:
Twins Paris and Amber Strother and musical sister Anita Bias are KING. HustleTV
In 2011, KING independently released their first EP to much acclaim; title track “The Story”, “Supernatural”, and “Hey” make up the 3-piece introduction to their carefully crafted dream-soul sound. Hours after the release, their EP had traveled far to music lovers and tastemakers alike, making new fans of many.
KING’s eclectic sound is relatable yet not simply defined. Though they play with the boundaries of their many influences, throughout each song is the common thread of a certain soulful authenticity. The smooth vibe, intricate production, and harmonic style of their music evolved beautifully in their home studio, a product solely of the three women and a result of their Minneapolis and Los Angeles roots.
Paris produces KING’s songs, while Amber and Anita are the primary singers. The three work together on songwriting and arrangements to create their unique sound, garnering such accolades as Rolling Stone’s 10 New Artists You Need To Know,Pitchfork’s Best New TrackNPR’s Song of the Day and 10 Songs Public Radio Can’t Stop PlayingBillboard’s 10 Best R&B Songs of 2014The Guardian’s New Band of the Day and Best Albums of 2013Metro UK‘s Singles of the WeekGlamour Magazine’s 2013 Free Holiday Music Campaign and the 55th GRAMMY Award for ‘Move Love’, their collaboration with Robert Glasper on his Best R&B Album ‘Black Radio’.
KING’s debut album We Are KING blends an array of genres, eras, and influences, and serves as the introduction to the trio’s lush soundscape.  We Are KING was released February 5th, 2016 via KING Creative and bowed at #1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Albums chart and in the top 10 on Independent Albums and R&B Albums chart. It has received rave reviews from NPR, Rolling Stone, New York Times, Pitchfork, Stereogum, Los Angeles Times, Newsday, Billboard, Boston Globe, Chicago Sun Times, Village Voice, Brooklyn Vegan, Ebony, VIBE, The London Sunday Times, Life +Times, the Guardian, Essence and many more.
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Back To School On A Tuesday Mix

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HustleTV Music News….  DJ Hustle aka Hot Hands has put new music in the mix.  Hustle is on the  turntables giving you Hustle Nation Mix Tape series. DJ Hustle is in this mix on HustleTV.  Listen to DJ Hustle as he is slapping the hits from the streets. Follow Hustle on Twitter @DJHustle or Instagram DJHustle2407  DJ Hustle continues  forward with hustle radio giving artists a great plateform to have there music played around the world 24/7 seven days a week. Contact DJ Hustle to put you music in rotation now djhustle411@gmail.com

 

Lil Dicky ft Fetty Wap & Rich Homie Quan – $ave Dat Money (Clean)
RJ Ft. Choice & IamSu – Get Rich (Clean / Intro)
E-40 ft Nef The Pharaoh & D.R.A.M. – Slappin (Clean)
Ad & Sorry Jaynari ft YG – Thug (Clean)
Wale – My PYT (Clean)
G-Eazy Ft. Too Short – Of All Things (Clean / Intro)
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J. Cole’s 11 Best Collaborations

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HustleTV Entertainment News…. Despite going double-platinum with no features with his 2014 studio effort 2014 Forest Hills DriveJ. Cole is a team player. Logging collaborations with DJ KhaledKendrick LamarDrake and Wale to name a few, the Fayetteville lyricist comes correct on any track co-starring another act.

Wale “The Pessimist” feat. J. Cole

Pensive deep cuts are Cole’s forte but for this Wale gem, the North Carolina rep opts for melodies instead of bars, singing on the hook, “Got a pocket full of lint again, but it make no difference to me/ Fallin’ out with my friends again, but it make no difference to me/ Goddamn I’m hopeless/ Oh man I’m hopeless.” HustleTV

 

 

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Turn Up With A Quick Mix On Monday

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HustleTV Music News….  DJ Hustle aka Hot Hands has put new music in the mix.  Hustle is on the  turntables giving you Hustle Nation Mix Tape series. DJ Hustle is in this mix on HustleTV.  Listen to DJ Hustle as he is slapping the hits from the streets. Follow Hustle on Twitter @DJHustle or Instagram DJHustle2407  DJ Hustle continues  forward with hustle radio giving artists a great plateform to have there music played around the world 24/7 seven days a week. Contact DJ Hustle to put you music in rotation now djhustle411@gmail.com

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Rihanna ft Drake – Work (DJ Scooter Remix / Clean / Drum Outro)
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Trinidad James ft Mystikal & Lil Dicky – Just A Lil Thick (Clean)
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Kamaiyah – How Does It Feel (Clean)
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Justin Bieber vs Notorious B.I.G – Love Yourself (DJ Scooter Juicy Blend / Clean)
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Keyshia Cole – Loyal (Freestyle / Dirty / Short Edit)
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Keyshia Cole – Loyal (Freestyle / Dirty / Short Edit)
05:08
Chris Brown ft Lil Wayne & Too Short – Loyal (West Coast Version / Clean)
06:17
YG – Twist My Fingaz (Hype / Clean)
07:40
Kent Jones – Don’t Mind (Transition 100-79 / Clean)
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JR Castro ft. Kid Ink & Quavo (of Migos) – Get Home (Transition 80-95 / Clean)
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JR Castro ft. Kid Ink & Quavo (of Migos) – Get Home (Transition 80-95 / Clean)
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Remy Boyz ft Fetty Wap – 679 (Clean)
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Remy Boyz ft Fetty Wap – 679 (Clean)
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Tony ft RJ – Keep It Player (Dirty)
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Kid Cudi Uses Usain Bolt’s Olympic Win to Announce New Album Completion

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HustleTV Entertainment News…. A lot of people were freaking out and celebrating Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt’s historic three-peat in the men’s 100m sprint on Sunday night. But only Kid Cudi used the occasion to confirm the completion of a new album. “Albums finished,” Cudi wrote under a tweet featuring an image of Bolt streaking to his third 100 win in a row. HustleTV

Cudi said he “couldn’t feel more blessed right now,” and sounded like he’s getting a lot of love from his fans, promising to divulge more details later this week about a release date and other information about the follow-up to 2015’s Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven.

 

In June, Cudi revealed that Pharrell could be featured on the release, which he said will be called Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’HustleTV

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Time To Turn Up With DJ Hustle Why Not It’s Friday

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HustleTV Music News….  DJ Hustle aka Hot Hands has put new music in the mix.  Hustle is on the  turntables giving you Hustle Nation Mix Tape series. DJ Hustle is in this mix on HustleTV.  Listen to DJ Hustle as he is slapping the hits from the streets. Follow Hustle on Twitter @DJHustle or Instagram DJHustle2407  DJ Hustle continues  forward with hustle radio giving artists a great plateform to have there music played around the world 24/7 seven days a week. Contact DJ Hustle to put you music in rotation now djhustle411@gmail.com

Rihanna – Needed Me (Re-Drum / Clean)
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G-Eazy & Bebe Rexha – Me Myself And I (Clean / Intro)
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Justin Timberlake – Can’t Stop The Feeling
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Justin Bieber – Love Yourself (Mike D Uptempo Mix)
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Lenno & Jack Novak Ft. Racella – All Eyes On Us
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Rihanna ft Drake – Work (Liam Keegan Remix / Clean)
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Rihanna ft Drake – Work (Liam Keegan Remix / Clean)
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DNCE – Cake By The Ocean (Clean)
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J Balvin’s Music

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HustleTV Music News…. Colombian superstar J Balvin may be conquering the Latin music industry with his chart-topping reggaeton anthems, but believe it or not, some teens still haven’t heard his music and are asking themselves: “Where have I been?”

In a new edition of the Fine Brothers Entertainment popular video series “Teens React” on YouTube, a group of teens watch Balvin’s music videos for “Ginza” and  “Ay Vamos.” While some say they have never heard his music but think his tunes are “catchy,” others are confused by his music videos. “I don’t think any of that footage in that video made sense to his songs,” one says. HustleTV

After a mix of reactions, some of the teens agreed that they’d want to check out more of his music because it has very “high energy.”  HustleTV

 

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YG & DJ Mustard to Reunite for ‘400 Summers’ Mixtape

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Hip-hop tag team YG and DJ Mustard are joining forces again for the upcoming mixtape 400 Summers. “400 SUMMERS MIXTAPE COMING ….. Wasn’t pose to give it away but fuck it  [–]  @YG,” tweeted DJ Mustard (Aug. 10).

The West Coast tandem and longtime friends collaborated for majority of YG’s 2014 Def Jam debut My Krazy Life, which debuted and peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200. The Compton rep recently scored another Top 10 release with his sophomore studio effort Still Brazy, which hit No. 6.

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Usher Bust a Move (Or Three) in ‘No Limit’ Video Feat. Young Thug

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HustleTV Music News…. Usher doesn’t skimp on choreography in his latest visual offering for the Young Thug collaboration “No Limit.” Whether he’s winding up his fist Sugar Ray Leonard-style or grabbing his crotch while crooning “Got that Master P,” Ursha spices up his routine alongside a diverse dance ensemble. HustleTV

Fellow Atlanta native Thugga also expressed his thanks to Usher on Instagram with a behind-the-scenes clip, saying, “Can’t say thank u enough@usher but,.. Just no I’m thankful ..#NoLimit.”

“No Limit” could be a single off Usher’s forthcoming album Flawed. He recently discussed the LP name’s significance with Billboard at Cannes Festival in June. DJ Hustle

“I find the inspiration every time I find a word: What is ‘flawed’? It’s something that is not perfect,” he explained. “It’s a future relic of some sorts, to grow and blossom and gain texture. But it is those things, those tumultuous occurrences and things that happen in your life that define what it is, and in our country and us as people. All of these things are standards, and I became the inspiration. Now I can’t tell you yet at the end what it’s gonna be, but right now it’s Flawed.” HustleTV

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HustleTV Music News….  DJ Hustle aka Hot Hands has put new music in the mix.  Hustle is on the  turntables giving you Hustle Nation Mix Tape series. DJ Hustle is in this mix on HustleTV.  Listen to DJ Hustle as he is slapping the hits from the streets. Follow Hustle on Twitter @DJHustle or Instagram DJHustle2407  DJ Hustle continues  forward with hustle radio giving artists a great plateform to have there music played around the world 24/7 seven days a week. Contact DJ Hustle to put you music in rotation now djhustle411@gmail.com

 

 

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Justin Bieber – Love Yourself (Mike D Uptempo Mix)
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Chance the Rapper Is One of the Hottest Acts in Music, Has a Top 10 Album, and Forced a Grammys Rule Change — All Without a Label or Physical Release

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HustleTV Music News…. Holed up at a recording studio in Chicago’s Near North Side, Chancelor Bennett — the local phenomenon known as Chance The Rapper — is in wise-old-man mode. Chance, 23, holds a cigarette aloft in one hand, a pen in the other, his narrow shoulders hunched over a notebook. It’s late on a Saturday night in July, and he has been working for hours, writing a song he will perform as a tribute to Muhammad Ali during the finale of the ESPY Awards, to be held in Los Angeles in a couple of days. “When I write, I work off of a theme, an emotion, a narrative — thinking of it and then expounding on it,” says Chance. “I was trying to rap with mad boxing metaphors, being very literal. It was cheesy.”

 

So instead Chance imagines the song as a letter written by his mother, Lisa, to Ali. As a girl on the South Side, she lived near the boxing legend, and she often has recounted how she braved the walk to his front door only to discover that he was out of town. But the letter isn’t right either. Chance decides the song needs to be “more sort of liturgical” after his thoughts turn to his father, Ken, a political operative who has been a deputy assistant to President Obama and more recently Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s deputy chief of staff. “I see so much of my dad in Ali,” says Chance. “Their voices, the physicality of them, their vulnerability.” Chance’s engineer Jeff Lane has been waiting for five hours to record the completed verses. He nods admiringly at Chance grinding inside the sound booth: “You think Rihanna does this?”

 

If it seems odd that a rapper who calls himself Lil Chano From 79th would be chosen to eulogize THE GREATEST, on primetime network TV, in front of the world’s reigning celebrity athletes, then consider how Chance has become an iconoclast in his own right. He emerged as 2016’s most highly praised rapper, an heir to Kanye West (his mentor) and Kendrick Lamar (who in a recent issue of this magazine named Chance as a favorite MC), all without signing a record deal or even charging money for a single song. He performed on Saturday Night Live as the show’s first-ever unsigned musical guest in December 2015, then returned to the show two months later with West, delivering a guest verse on the latter’s “Ultralight Beam” that was hailed as a poetic knockout. (It went, in part, “You can feel the lyrics, the spirit coming in Braille/Tubman of the underground, come and follow the trail.”)

Chance The Rapper performs with musical guest Kanye West on Saturday Night Live on Feb. 13, 2016. 
Chance The Rapper performs with musical guest Kanye West on Saturday Night Live on Feb. 13, 2016.
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In May, Chance and his handpicked, mainly Chicago-based team — who put out his two earlier mixtapes as free downloads — partnered with Apple Music to release his third album, Coloring Book, as an exclusive two-week stream. (Apple put up an undisclosed sum in exchange for the exclusivity.) Coloring Book not only became the first streaming-only album to chart on the Billboard 200, it opened in the top 10 and prompted the Grammy Awards to rewrite their rules to make streaming-only albums and songs eligible for awards. Coloring Book also proved to be Chance’s most adventurous work as an artist, with a bold turn to gospel and soul-searching lyrics to match. “This guy is the future,” says Carl Chery, head of hip-hop/R&B programming at Apple Music. “He’s the most exciting hip-hop artist of the last five years.”

 

Days after he delivered the Ali homage at the ESPYs, the Olympic committee asked Chance to compose an original number for this summer’s games in Rio de Janeiro. It’s hard to imagine any other young rapper, focused on the tangled particulars of his block, who possesses the moral authority to represent the country or the world in song. But Chance’s music is uniquely inspiring, sonically and socially inviting, and blissfully religious. His hip-hop scene has the feel of a big, carousing collaboration, with him and his childhood friends living out a cross between a Christian High School Musical and a Judd Apatow film, if Seth Rogen and his stoner crew were prodigies from inner-city Chicago. It’s a balancing act he pulls off seemingly without ego or pretense. “He’s the youngest old man I know,” says Hebru Brantley, the Chicago muralist and Chance collaborator. “To be so young and so wise.”

Chance named his first album, from 2012, 10 Day, because when he recorded it he was on a 10-day suspension from his test-in public high school after getting caught with weed. “It has a lot of school references, maybe too many,” he now says, laughing. The album captures the life of a black middle-class teenager who loves his family, his fellow musicians and his troubled city. It’s a complicated portrait, both juvenile and profound. There’s sex and drugs and Spanish class as well as the looming threat of violence: “Round here we lose best friends like every week/I like to think we playin’ a long game of hide and go seek.” Chance isn’t a storyteller like Eminem, and he doesn’t conjure atmosphere as a disturbance the way Lamar does. He’s more of a collagist, bringing together a series of images that are indelible for their specificity and intimacy. “For young people on the city’s South or West Side, there’s nothing coming from government, from our school system that’s bolstering the kind of pride that comes out in Chance’s work,” says singer Jamila Woods, who has worked with Chance on his albums as well as on her own newly released Heavn.

Chance developed his craft at a downtown after-school program called YOUmedia and at an open-mic venue called Young Chicago Authors. These spaces exposed him, in hyper-segregated Chicago, to music heads traveling from every corner of the city. He hooked up with the members of Kids These Days, a rock-rap-jazz band that included Nico Segal, who performs with Chance as Donnie Trumpet, and the rapper Vic Mensa. “We all became friends, and that collaborative process has been the blueprint for our careers,” says Segal. Chance seems to view all his musical counterparts with the same familial spirit, eschewing beefs and rap battles. “I never really liked the idea of rap being a competitive thing. It’s not. I can’t gain anything off of anyone else not succeeding,” he says.

 

Chance’s little brother Taylor, 20, also raps, and Chance appears on his 2015 debut, Broad Shoulders. Chance’s mother works for the Illinois attorney general’s office, and his father, who left the mayor’s office this summer, is now an executive with Chicago’s tourism bureau. During the past couple of years, Chance has seen Chicago’s problems up close — “My dad is getting the call every morning, updates on how many kids got shot the day before” — and his views on issues like police brutality are nuanced. He chides Emanuel for how he responded to the killing of Laquan McDonald, who was shot 16 times by a Chicago police officer in 2014. “In a time of crisis he tried to be strategic, and he should have been more compassionate,” says Chance. More generally, he adds, “There’s a larger conversation we need to have about the role of police officers, their relationship to the people as enemy or executioner, when they’re not supposed to be either. There’s also not enough pressure on internal organizations that are supposed to police the police and on judges in the justice system who are supposed to make reasonable decisions.”

At 16, with his dad following other Chicago politicos to Washington, D.C., Chance met the newly elected Obama, and this year, along with a dozen other prominent musicians, he returned to the White House to talk with him about the anti-violence initiative My Brother’s Keeper. (“I’m more confident than ever,” Chance tweeted after the meeting.) In Chicago, he has used his father’s connections and political know-how to start an open-mic for teens,  distribute a combination jacket-sleeping-bag to the homeless, sponsor events at the Field Museum and fund the church camp he attended as a child.

“He’s just one of those humanitarian-type of individuals,” says Chicago singer Jeremih a couple of days after Chance joined him onstage at the Pitchfork Music Festival. “There’s not a record he can’t hop on, a genre of music he can’t relate to. I don’t know too many people who could go on Jimmy Fallon one night and go to a peace rally the next day.”

Chance shopped 10 Day to most of the major and a few indie labels, expecting to sign a record deal. But while he considered offers, he sold out a 500-seat venue in Chicago and was invited on tour with Childish Gambino. He figured a decision could wait. He knew he wouldn’t need a label to produce and distribute his second album, Acid Rap (“I recorded it while on acid,” he explains simply). The month he made the mixtape available for free, he went on tour opening for Mac Miller in “midsize rooms outside the Midwest.” “The kids knew all the words to my songs,” says Chance. By then he had connected with his manager, Pat Corcoran, 26, a white North Sider with a hang-loose vibe who had been setting up shows for Kids These Days while at DePaul University. “We discovered going with a label wasn’t for us,” says Corcoran.

 

Chance has earned money not from 99-cent downloads but from tours, merchandise, meet-and-greets and his deals with Apple and other companies — like Bud Light and Citibank, sponsors of his upcoming Magnificent Coloring Day festival — eager to reach his many young, savvy fans. (Coloring Book also expanded to Spotify and other streaming services after the Apple Music exclusive.) “It’s not about the music being free. It’s about how it is displayed and made accessible and about artistic power,” explains Chance. “It was always about the artist-to-fan relationship.” On a recent Saturday night, Chance tweeted to his 1.9 million followers that he would be making an announcement the following morning. It turned out to be a surprise show at a Chicago club, and on Sunday he updated fans on where they could buy pairs of tickets-(including at Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria and a Harold’s Chicken). The treasure hunt ended at 2 p.m., when the venue sold out. “This is exactly why I keep my @chancetherapper Twitter notifications on,” one fan tweeted with a photo of his tickets.

The Magnificent Coloring Day festival, which Chance will headline as part of his current tour, showcases his ambition and hometown love, with Alicia KeysJohn LegendLil WayneSkrillexYoung Thug and 2 Chainz joining him at U.S. Cellular Field, home of baseball’s White Sox, for whom he designed a line of specialty caps. The festival has broken the ballpark’s attendance record, selling more than 50,000 tickets. “It’s bigger than me f—ing with the Sox and bigger than me being a rapper,” says Chance of organizing the festival, noting that it will create jobs and attract tourist dollars. And, he says, “I think the city needs some happy moments.”

Chance the Rapper throws a ceremonial first pitch before the home opener between the Chicago White Sox and the Cleveland Indians at U.S. Cellular Field on April 8, 2016 in Chicago. 
Chance the Rapper throws a ceremonial first pitch before the home opener between the Chicago White Sox and the Cleveland Indians at U.S. Cellular Field on April 8, 2016 in Chicago.
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Around 2:30 a.m., at the Near North Side studio, Chance is finally ready to start recording. He stands at the mic, the room dark but for a flickering screen showing Ali fights. (“I’m a method engineer,” says Lane.) Chance shuts his eyes, listening to the opening bars of a traipsing piano and the horn that follows. Then he sings, “Steady hold, I’ve grown weary and old.” After Drake, every rapper wants to be a singer, and Chance uses the rough physicality of his voice to convey emotion, landing hard on Ali’s famous superlatives — “Ain’t no one prettier/Ain’t no one wiser/Ain’t no one betterbetterbetter!” The song, says Chance, is about spiritual redemption, about Ali finding God, with a hook made lush by Woods: “I was a rock/I was a rock and roller/But now I’m just a rock.”

 

The Ali tribute, like a lot of music that Chance has been writing lately, veers into gospel. On Coloring Book, he samples praise music and employs worship star Kirk Franklin. Chance attends the South Side’s Covenant Faith Church of God, meets with his pastor and is conversant enough with scripture to pack his songs with surprising Biblical allusions. “Sunday Candy,” from the Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment album Surf, is an exuberant hymn to Chance’s grandmother. The tune is a romp, but the pleasures described are that of his family’s black church. “You look so good with that hat on, had to match with the shoes/Came and dressed in the satin, I came and sat in your pew.” DJ Hustle

The Ali song also delivers a personal punch, with Chance as the prodigal “roller.” He moved to Los Angeles in 2014, after the success of Acid Rap, and developed what he describes as a bad Xanax habit. “I don’t want to present it as a Behind the Music thing,” he jokes. “I looked up and months had passed, and I hadn’t made enough music.” He also found that he belonged back in Chicago: “I missed a lot of weddings and funerals.” DJ Hustle

At the studio, Chance’s girlfriend Kirsten, whom he has known since childhood, shows up. They had a daughter in 2015 — tonight she’s with Kirsten’s mother — and the three now live together. Chance takes a breather, and the couple enacts a scene straight out of his song “Smoke Break” — she sits sidesaddle in his lap, pulls on a blunt and then holds it to his lips. “I understand how black women are represented in rap music, how being a baby mama is perceived,” he says. “My girlfriend and I are very conscious of how many people in our situation don’t think it can work out, when it can.” He also has become less open with his drug and cigarette use. “Kids would tell me they tried acid for the first time listening to Acid Rap, asking me if I wanted some. I realized the responsibility of being a popular artist.” HustleTV

Settled again in Chicago, Chance tattooed a directive above his heart: “Get back to work,” written backward so it would face him in the mirror. Chance wrote parts of five songs on West’s The Life of Pablo, observing how his idol (“I’m literally Kanye’s biggest fan”) rented out an entire studio and acted as ringmaster, simultaneously directing different rooms populated by writers, engineers, producers, seamstresses, even magicians. “I watched him knock out six, seven songs that way,” says Chance. “I stole that.” To finish Coloring Book, he rented out the Chicago studio and with his team slept there overnight on inflatable mattresses.

At the Taste of Chicago, in July, Chance performs with Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment. With his thin frame and his White Sox cap pulled low, Chance is a sudden pinwheel of ecstatic motion. He is joined by his closest friends, old and new. The typical crowded rap stage displays strength in numbers, but Chance means to evoke a choir. “It’s about group work, harmonic collaboration,” he says. “The whole project is very loving, and shouting it in a group is powerful.” The fans sing along on “No Problem,” a joyous threat to any executive who interferes with Chance’s independence.

But the set is more sacred than profane. They end with “Sunday Candy,” and the concert takes on the cast of a revivalist meeting. Palms are raised skyward, fans shouting every word. Chance isn’t merely using gospel, he’s doing its work. The people in Grant Park seem transported, ready to follow wherever Lil Chano From 79th takes them next. HustleTV

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