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    The Scallions Interview @ ctnow.com

    August 24th, 2006

    The website www.ctnow.com now features an interview with The Scallions talking about their new album, Agony Through Ceremony. You can read the interview HERE. Read more

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    Abnormal Produces Another Blige Amongst Other Gems.

    August 12th, 2006

    Abnes Abnormal Dubose is currently doing his thing working on the debut album of LaTonya Blige the sister of Mary J Blige. Producing 4 songs of the urban brand future funk that we're accustomed to hearing from him. As a student of Hank Shocklee and Eric 'Vietnam' Sadler his mark… Read more

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    Studdah Man – The Consummate Producer Talks of Latest Works and SLAMjamz

    July 19th, 2006

    Studdah Man – The Consummate Producer Talks of Latest Works and SLAMjamz By Marielle V. Turner, Virtual A&R, SLAMjamz.com So personable is he. Studdah met me at Starbucks. I got him a free beverage. Cool huh? He thought it was too sweet. They do load you with carbs in that… Read more

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    SLAMjamz In Kansas City , C Doc , Chuck D Support the HEETmob in Videos.

    June 29th, 2006

    Perhaps the closest description of the HEET Mob organization is that they are a rappers college in motion and a disciplined, organized Wu Tang Clan of the the midwest. A hip hop lesson in living movement from a city that was once the centerpoint of black culture in the 30s… Read more

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    Janol 'MECCA' Holmes named VP-General Manager Of SLAMjamz South.

    June 28th, 2006

    We are pleased to announce the activation of Janol "Mecca" Holmes becoming our new Vice President of Operations and General Manager of SLAMjamz South. Many are familiar with Janol as being "Mecca of Most Hi-Fi" andl as a member of the "Force of Nature" production team. His most current role… Read more

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    Most Hi-Fi featured in June/July issues of Streetmasters and Break Magazine.

    June 27th, 2006

    Most Hi-Fi continues to make noise out of Slamjamz Records with full page features in both Streetmasters and Break Magazine. In both magazines Vel and Mecca address the state of Hip Hop, the new album "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" as well as their "NEO-HIP HOP" movement. They also discuss how… Read more