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WBRN Radio – Episode 3: The King of Pop – Michael Jackson

August 29th is the birthday of the greatest entertainer in the history of music. Michael Joseph Jackson went from frontman in a teen group to a cultural icon and record breaking artist. He definitely was one of a kind and we want to visit some of his classics and some of our personal favorites as well. Click to listen to the mix! For promotional use only!

[VIDEO] @IAmCreative247 – The $2000 Bet

We here at DJBERN.COM are very supportive of people that express their ideas, thoughts, and opinions just for the sake of doing so. We have been following Cre for quite some time now, as she does various vlogs on topics from dating, sex, politics, and other issues people deal with everyday. This most recent video titled “The $2000 Bet” talks about an interesting wager a male co-worker of hers had with another male. Check out the video below! Also check out all of her vlogs on her official YouTube Channel Creative Writings 24/7 here: http://www.youtube.com/user/creativewritings247. Also follow her on Twitter @IAmCreative247

[VIDEO] Hodgie Street f Rashad – ‘Kush’

Big shoutout to the homies Hodgie Street and Rashad for the dope track and video!

Visual to the first official release from the new Hodgie Street Mixtape “:The Go In Part Deux” with DJ EV. “Kush” was produced by fellow Ohioan Rashad (STALLEY Lincoln Way Nights, Curren$y “Privacy Glass” etc) and features the hip-hop/R&B crooner on the hook. “Kush” definitely has a summer riding feel to it. It’s a joint the homies can roll up too, and the ladies can appreciate. The Go In Part Deux is coming soon, featuring guest appearances from Rashad, Jerreau of Fly.Union, The Kickdrums, and Bakers Club member P.Blackk to name a few. Check out Hodgie and Rashad on twitter @HodgieStreet & @Rashadmusic.

Check out the video below!

WBRN Radio – Episode 2: Funk and Soul Flashback

This installment is for those who enjoy good music from back in the day! This is a mix of the best in funk soul and R&B from the 70s/80s, featuring Rick James, Cameo, Roger Troutmant & Zapp, The Isley Brothers, Mint Condition, Teena Marie, DeBarge, Al B Sure, Mint Condition and more! For promotional use only.

WBRN Radio – Episode 1: The Hip-Hop Block

The long-awaited first episode of WBRN RADIO is finally here! Thank you all for being patient! This episode features the hottest music out from some of the biggest names in Hip-Hop and R&B including Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Nas, French Montana, Meek Mill, Keyshia Cole, Frank Ocean, eNPHANATe and more! Check it out today! Click the link


[MUSIC] SupaNatra – Wish Me Well EP

These days the best music being made comes from the independent artists. If you’re not familiar with SupaNatra, then Wish Me Well is the perfect introduction. SupaNatra has been involved in numerous projects in his hometown Columbus, Ohio, as well as production for major nationwide industry artists. Fresh off of the success of the Roses Are Dead EP, Wish Me Well is a polished vision of the personal trials and tribulations of SupaNatra. The EP features some of the best production out today, with tracks from BINK!, B Banga, Billionaire Boyscout, and SupaNatra himself. Our personal favorite track is “Like We Never Had It” but download the project and tell us what your favorite is!

DOWNLOAD HERE: http://www.mediafire.com/?ss8cixpoc4uk4oc


[VIDEO] Rappinismyhabit aka Habit – DTLA freestyle for DJBERN.COM

During a photo shoot in downtown Los Angeles, Rappinismyhabit aka Habit decided to give the camera a few bars off of his new project Hipi-Dega. Check out what Habit had to say!



[MUSIC] @Rappinismyhabit – HipiDega

I have been fortunate to link up with some amazing artists in the Los Angeles area, and Habit aka Rappinismyhabit is among the best. His recently released debut album Hipi-Dega is a breath of fresh air in the world of Hip-Hop; culture-conscious lyrics over dope soul Hip-Hop beats nourish the ears and the mind. Check out what Habit had to say about his project:

Hipi is to open eyes, Dega is to understand. This project takes you through my emotions as I navigate the world inside (the world I create for myself), as well the world outside, (the one that everyone else creates). 

This project has definitely been the most intimae and introspective of my work. I always say my personal development as a young man reflects in my music; and vise versa, as I grow personally so does my artistry. 

The title “Hipi Dega” was inspired by Mk Asante’s book “It’s bigger than hip hop: The Rise of a Post Hip Hop Generation”. There is a chapter of the book that touches on how much our English vernacular is inspired by parts of Africa, in particular the Wolof tribes of West Africa. So in essence, the title is not only a call to action, but also an ode to the rich African history that inspires me.

Preivew the album here!

Go over to http://habit.bandcamp.com/album/hipi-dega and download the project for free!

Also follow @Rappinismyhabit on Twitter and visit www.rappinismyhabit.com

[MUSIC] Ameriie – Every Time

R&B diva Ameriie has had many hits over her ilustrious career. Every since “Why Don’t We Fall In Love” hit the airways, fans around the world have fell in love with her over and over again. “Every Time” is the next big song from Ameriie, in anticipation of her upcoming projects Cymatika Vol. I and The Prelude… This track is CRAZY; dope uptempo hip-hop production and blazing vocals. Check it out! Press play below!

      Ameriie - Every Time

Follow Ameriie on Twitter http://twitter.com/ItsAmeriie/
Check out her Tumblr Page http://itsameriie.tumblr.com/