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DA U Boys-The Last Dynasty Tracklist

Posted in Artists, Mixtapes, New Orleans Music, The Street Seen & Be Seen with tags , , , , , , , , on July 16, 2012 by Arlene Culpepper

DA U Boys-The Last Dynasty Tracklist

Rue Rois Music

Rue Rois Artist Strait Jigg Dropping “Ova Ya Dome” Dec. 20th

Posted in Artists, Mixtapes, New Orleans Music, The Street Seen & Be Seen, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on December 16, 2011 by Arlene Culpepper

Rue Rois Recording Artist Strait Jigg is near the big day of releasing his highly anticipated mixtape featuring Da U Boys, Kidd Kidd, and more. December 20th, New Orleans tweet king will blaze the streets and internet with a dope mixtape release.

Check out his first leak “HAM” on New Orleans Union Of Entertainment All Stars-Remember Louisiana
Download the joint here>>>http://www.thisis50.com/forum/topics/new-orleans-union-of-entertainment-all-stars-remember-louisiana

New Orleans Union Of Entertainment All Stars Release Da Independents Oct. 18th

Posted in Artists, Business 101 in the 504, Conversations with Legends, DJs, Legendary Artists, Mixtapes, New Orleans Music, NOUE Businesses, The Street Seen & Be Seen, Uncategorized, Videos with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 16, 2011 by Arlene Culpepper

http://youtu.be/MO25tICEveU

New Orleans Union Of Entertainment All Stars return with their fifth installment in less than 120 days, “Da Independents” featuring Corner Boy P, Da U Boys, Tim Smooth, TNC Boys, Partners N Crime, Devious, Fiend, Jay Jones, Big Ramp, Bruce-Lee Roy, KG Boys, Marcy, Redd, Mz. Wizdom, EazyMoney, Magnolia Shorty, Konfo, Majesty Sozey, Young Torrento,  and more.  This mixtape exhibits the rawness and lyrical prowess of New Orleans and will definitely become a favorite of true heads and “snap backs.”
Scheduled to release on October 18th, Da Independents is a highly awaited mixtape being released on the heels of Da U Boys’ “Tha Shut Down”, Corner Boy P’s “Limitless”, and Fiend/Don Cannon mixtape.  “NOUE tries to stay aligned with what’s hot in the streets of New Orleans so we can keep things moving consistently.” Da Independents will be available at most major mixtape sites, blogs, and forums.  Follow the New Orleans Union For Entertainment  @NOUE1.

 

NOUE FEATURED DJ: Definition DJ Redd

Posted in Artists, DJs, Mixtapes, New Orleans Music with tags , , , , on October 2, 2011 by Arlene Culpepper

Check out The Heat Magazine‘s feature on the NOUE‘s own, Definition DJ Redd:

http://theheatmag.com/definition-dj-redd-making-moves-in-the-boot/

Resilience Profile Spotlight-Eazymoney

Posted in Mixtapes, New Orleans Music, The Street Seen & Be Seen, Uncategorized, Videos with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 29, 2011 by Arlene Culpepper

http://youtu.be/amJwFPB_9Zs

Eazymoney typifies resilience and grind.  From spoken word to hip hop, NOUE wanted to recognize him for making a great effort to advance his career in the midst of adversity.

http://www.datpiff.com/Eazymoney-Ghost-Dope-mixtape.252874.html

New Orleans Union Of Entertainment All Stars-The Deployment-911 Mixtape Release

Posted in Business 101 in the 504, Conversations with Legends, Legendary Artists, Mixtapes, New Orleans Music, NOUE Businesses, The Street Seen & Be Seen, Uncategorized, Videos with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 7, 2011 by Arlene Culpepper

According to Webster’s dictionary, the word deploy means to spread out for a deliberate purpose. In the world of urban music, the purpose is to collectively advance and overcome unwarranted obstacles says the New Orleans Union Of Entertainment All Stars.  In memory of the tragic invasion that occured on September 11th in 2001, another great body of work has been created.  “The Deployment” features Jay Da Menace’s “A Soldier’s Story” which is a tribute to America’s troops.  Timely and appropriate, New Orleans Union Of Entertainment All Stars assemble some of its seasoned artists such as Ghetto Twiinz, Fiend, UNLV, Devious, Mista Meana, Cheeky Blakk, Ms. Tee, the late Tim Smooth, Sporty T., and Soulja Slim.  Be sure to add this memorable anthology to your personal collection as the Crescent City’s finest batch of talent delivers poetic creativity while recalling the incidents of September 11 and Hurricane Katrina.  As “The Shutdown” by Da U Boys approaches its release on September 20th, they are also featured along with a cast of young guns like The Show, Majesty Sozey, Young Torrento, and AMG. “The Deployment is a special project centered around our soldiers in music and it pays homage to our common American soldier and citizens who have been affected by unforeseen events in our lifetime.”

http://youtu.be/liq5LfcITEQ

Ghetto Twiinz are the truth, but don’t get caught slippin’, tellin the “Same Lie”

Posted in Conversations with Legends, Legendary Artists, Mixtapes, New Orleans Music, NOUE Businesses, The Street Seen & Be Seen, Uncategorized, Videos with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 1, 2011 by Arlene Culpepper

http://youtu.be/T_VdgNJuKoU

Reviewed by Dion Norman

Katrinaville/Island Def Jam recording artists Ghetto Twiinz return with a follow up smash single and video, “Same Lie” that educates the female population on the possibility of being duped.  Two females hearing the same exact expressions from one man is not unlikely in today’s highly single minded society.  With “Rock Rock” being a club favorite, “Same Lie” grants supporters the “game” that we love to hear from the GTZ.  Not only will this song and video appeal to females, males will be enlightened to either step their game up or come to a realization that being a “player” has repercussions. Press play and enjoy the new heat from New Orleans own Ghetto Twiinz. 

 

Check out ghettotwiinz.com for latest albums and information.

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