CLICK TO LISTEN MEGA CITY RADIO

REQUEST YOUR SONG

Song artist:
Song title:
Dedicated to:
Your name:
Your E-mail:

Tales From Dade @FatboyRhymer



Tales From Dade
@FatboyRhymer
"This Is What You All Been Waiting For I Felt Like I Needed To Be The Voice Of Miami And Stand Up To Represent Our Upcoming Talent #DownSouth
!!! Miami Its Our Time"!!!!!  http://ow.ly/s5dYz

New Years Eve Weekend Atlanta






General & VIP Tickets Online Now


info: 404-242-2602

Rapper Doe B Shot and Killed in Alabama

Doe B
Up-and-coming rapper Doe B, a member of Grand Hustle's Hustle Gang, was shot and killed in his home town of Montgomery, Ala. early Saturday. He was 22. His management confirmed the MC's death on Twitter.
Doe B -- born Glenn Thomas -- and another person were fatally shot during an incident at the Centennial Bar and Grill on Highland Avenue in Montgomery, officials said. The shooting, which left six other patrons injured, occurred at around 1:30 a.m.
Police have identified Kimberle Johnson as the second murder victim. According to her Instagram account, Johnson turned 21 this week and was a student at Troy University in nearby Troy, Ala.
No arrests have been made.
The Centennial is in a small building that formerly housed the Rose Supper Club (see Google Street View), which was the site of a shooting in December 2012 that left six people injured. 
Following the latest shooting, Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange ordered the club to close immediately.
"I believe it is not a matter of 'if', but 'when' the next tragic incident occurs at this business," he said in a written statement (via WSFA 12 News). "That is unacceptable, and that is why we have ordered the business to be closed effective immediately."
Doe B specialized in the Trap style and was known for his relaxed delivery and signature eye patch -- the result of another shooting three years ago. 
He was signed to Atlanta-based label Grand Hustle Records by founder T.I. and made noise on the Hustle Gang's "G.D.O.D. compilation, later releasing the buzz-grabbing mixtape "Baby Jesus" over the summer. In recent months he has dropped videos for tracks including "Let Me Find Out" featuring T.I. and Juicy J, "Trap Muzik" and "2 Many," featuring Rich Homie Quan.
The Blueprint Group, the management firm to which Doe B was signed, has released a statement following the rapper's death.
"Doe B was an amazing young man, in every sense of the word," the statement reads. "A truly talented artist, a loving father and a dedicated member of the hip hop community at large, he touched the lives of the many people who had the privilege of knowing him. The Blueprint Group offers our condolences to our Doe B label partners Interscope / Hustle Gang, his management DJ Frank White and Brooklyn Knights, and most of all his family, friends and fans at this very difficult time. We ask that you remember him not by his untimely death, but by his love of life and the music he left behind."

MoneMusik LLC, DJ Eddie F & Untouchables Digital Presents… Mone - "Bank"

MoneMusik LLC, DJ Eddie F & Untouchables Digital Presents…
Mone - "Bank"
for all the money gettin ladies…
by the way Mone is also the legendary James Brown's great niece…
Bank Clean version http://ow.ly/rOQhI 
label: MoneMusik/Untouchables

Miami: Curren$y LIVE in Concert Thursday December 19 at Grand Central



   
THURSDAY DECEMBER 19TH
THE GREEN CHRISTMAS TOUR
"CURREN$Y" LIVE IN CONCERT 
GRAND CENTRAL | 697 N MIAMI AVE. | MIAMI 
 








DIRECTIONS TO
 GRAND CENTRAL MIAMI:
   
   
  

  

  

Migos - Night Time [Prod. By Zaytoven]

#video Que - OG Bobby Johnson (@whoisque)

HOW TO CONNECT MEGA CITY RADIO WITH ANDROID DEVICE

2 APPS AVABILE TO LISTEN 
DOWNLOAD 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nullsoft.winamp&hl=en 

 ONCE DOWNLOAD CLICK ON SHOUTCAST
SEARCH " MEGA CITY RADIO "

WE STATION OPEN CLICK STAR TO FAVORITE



 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD APP
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tunein.player&hl=en

 SEARCH 
MEGA CITY RADIO

Poe Boy Music Group is introducing YT Triz Check out "Drug Dealer", "Lil Buddy"

Poe Boy Music Group 2014
Introducing 

YT Triz

 Drug Dealer

feat. Elhae, Young Scooter, Brianna Perry [Clean/Dirty]

3 New Mixtapes From Dj Five Venoms : Powered by Street Runnaz Clothing

jpeg-3.jpeg


Thanks
Follow On Twitter: @DjFiveVenoms
Like On facebook: Facebook.com/djfivevenoms1
For Club Booking and Mixtape hosting Contact: djfivevenoms@gmail.com
Society Entertainment
Senate Djs
Official Dj For Wes Fif
Street Smart Music
Mix R Us
Direct: 609-320-2040


JRand New MTV Hits Single "Ride" Starring T-Pain and Flo Rida - Official Video

JRand
"Ride" ft T-Pain & Flo Rida


Check out JRand with his newest hit “Ride”, featuring Flo Rida and T-Pain, which is currently being featured on MTV Hits!! With MTV's viewership reaching 378 million households, we’re sure that JRand will not be an artist to be missed!


For those who don’t know who JRand is just yet, he’s a new up and coming artist signed to Poe Boy Music Group. Already having movie roles alongside James Franco in Spring Breakers and Tom Cruise in Rock of Ages, JRand is set to release his club hit with Flo Rida and T-Pain, “Ride”, following his first single release for “Up Against The Wall.” Keep your eyes peeled for JRand new single “Ride”, coming to you on MTV Hits!

THE NEW SINGLE FROM
JRAND "RIDE" FT. FLO RIDA & T-PAIN, Available Now!


JRAND SOCIAL MEDIA

THE 5 ft. GUCCI MANE "YOU AIN'T NEVER" | NEW BANGER !!!!!

THE 5 BORO
ft. Gucci Mane
[MUSIC]
"YOU AIN'T NEVER"
Direct Download Link
(DIRTY)
(Clean)
FOR MORE INFO:
Contact: 


New Music
THE 5 BORO (@yungdamon

Big Shane - "Take A Ride" (Official Music Video)

As he wraps up his upcoming "Mixed Emotions" project. Big Shane drops the first visual from the project. Checkout the new video from Big Shane titled "Take A Ride", which was shot Houston, Texas. "Take A Ride", produced by D.Hall, will be featured on the upcoming "Mixed Emotions" release.

Big Shane - "Take A Ride" (Official Music Video)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxuTLmdXNlo


Follow @BigShane337 on twitter NOW - http://bigshane.blogspot.com


DISCO BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION JUNE 30 LIVE CONCERT


Mega City DJs
#tbtsupersunday
sunday june 30th
Disco & da City Boyz

Birthday Celebration
the street legend concert
"TRICK DADDY"
JT MONEY PLUS MORE
LUX Ultra Lounge
ADVANCE TICKETS $20

for bottle service 404 913 2167


TICKETS ON SALE NOW:





LUX



 

Young Sipp - Last Time I Checked (Prod.by SoGator) STUDIO PERFORMANCE {Di

Young Sipp collabs with Orlando based producer SoGator of Gator Flame Productions, and comes up with a banger to help compliment the currently worked on album titled "Restless". Their mission has been accomplished displaying nothing shy of pure confidence in what they do in efforts that you will do the same. [Who fuckin wit you?....Nobody!]

"I Luv Haterz" (Lebron Video Remix) - Choppa Hill

"I Luv Haterz" (Lebron Video Remix) - Choppa Hill

Choppa Hill Feat. R. Star - Cash In Cash Out (REMIX)

DOWNLOAD New Music!!! "Hot Dirty" By: AudioBug



New Music!!!

"Hot Dirty"

By: AudioBug

Genre: EDM (Electronic Dance Music) / Search: "AudioBug3" on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.

-->>DOWNLOAD SONG HERE<<--

SEE VIDEO! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugqT8g3qrRY

2013 Summer Anthem... Heard it here 1st! #rememberthat


New Music!!!
"Hot Dirty"
By: AudioBug

Genre: EDM (Electronic Dance Music) / Search: "AudioBug3" on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
-->>DOWNLOAD SONG HERE<<--

SEE VIDEO! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugqT8g3qrRY
2013 Summer Anthem... Heard it here 1st! #rememberthat

Big K.R.I.T. - "Bigger Picture" Official Music Video Premiere




No comments:

Natty Boi - "U HEARDA ME"





Rollz Royce Muzik Presents:
 
NATTY BOI
"U Hearda Me?"
[In-Studio Video]
 
 
 
DJ Pack
"Smoke 2"
[Clean, Main, and Instrumental Versions]
 
 
 
iTunes
 
 
 
Twitter: @sg4rm223
Instagram: @sg4rm223

Facebook: NattyBoi


CONTACT: 
 614-440-1456
 
 
 
 
 

POWERED BY




Gucci Mane Explains Chief Keef Signing


Gucci Mane Explains Chief Keef SigningAtlanta rap star Gucci Mane spoke recently to XXL about his Brick Squad imprint. Gucci plans to showcase his ever-expanding roster of talent; he says that fans can expect a Brick Squad 
mixtape in coming months.
"I'm just working on my Brick Squad group album which will drop this summer. It'll be me, PeeWee Longway, Young Thug, Dolph and of course Chief Keef," Gucci explained. "I even got songs with Waka on there. I'm just gonna drop a collection of all the best songs we've been making. I dropped a mixtape for every artist on my label, so now I feel like it's just time to put our album together and show everybody the chemistry we got together. [Waka?] There was more of a miscommunication and things got misconstrued. But we got too much of a good thing. Whatever we got to work out, we always work it out."
Gucci also explained what he feels Keef brings to the crew.
"He a big fan of mine and I just see a lot of potential in him. I feel like all these years I've been in the rap game, there's a lot of things that I wish I could have did a different way," Gucci said. "So I just feel like if nothing else, I just want to give him some advice so that he can just enjoy his career. Just show him that trouble is so easy to get into. It's really more of a big brother thing. There's a business arrangement of course, but I just really like him as a person. He hard. He for real. The young people take to what's real, what they perceive as authentic."

YOUNG RATCHIT FT.LADY V "THE TYPE" OFFICIAL VIDEO BY TYRONE TV





The Oral History of Freaknik The Oral History of Freaknik

The Oral History of Freaknik

The rise and fall of ATL’s wildest spring break street party, as told by those who lived it.

As told to Angel Elliott (@AngelElliott)
Atlanta, 1992. A burgeoning black mecca teeming with young professionals, hot weather, and undeniable energy. Colorful tricked out Caddies and dope boy Benzes sittin’ on rims as tall as your waist stuck at a standstill on the overcrowded 75/85 connector. Fine young women on the come-up sporting finger waves and Poetic Justice braids hustlin’ to class, anticipating the weekend to come. Guys in oversized shirts, crew socks, and Cross Colors abound while Chris Lova Lova and PoonDaddy drop the latest bass-heavy joint on Hot 97.5 FM, all against the backdrop of a bucolic yet urbane Southern city. Something is about to go down in ATL, and it’s freaky.
 
To this day, the word Freaknik prompts chastising looks and tight-lipped conversations in certain circles.
 
Although the name Freaknik now conjures images of scantily clad, curvaceous women, crowded streets, and Sodom and Gomorrah–style public fun (and to some, lewd violence and animalistic behavior that denigrated and shamed Atlanta’s black community), it had humble beginnings. It all started in 1982 as a small picnic thrown by Spelman and Morris Brown students who needed a little hip midterm get-down. Soon, the picnic began to attract other students from nearby black colleges like Morehouse and Clark Atlanta. Where’d the infamous name Freaknik come from? A ’70s dance called the “The Bump,” also known as freaking.
Without Twitter and Instagram to spread the word, HBCU insiders who had their ear to the original social network—also known as “the grapevine”—helped turn that picnic into a black cultural phenomenon. Spike Lee’s 1988 film School Daze referenced the festival, and on a November 30, 1989 episode of NBC’s A Different World, the characters Whitley Gilbert and Freddie were desperate to make their way down to the freaky festival.
Once largely ignored by the city of Atlanta, Freaknik steadily grew in size and soon local officials were desperately trying to organize the sexually charged melee by adding a career fair, concession stands along Auburn Avenue, and community basketball games. They even attempted name changes like the Sweet Auburn Festival and Black College Weekend, but their efforts were all in vain. By 1992, the little picnic had turned into a full-on street party without inhibitions, boasting some 200,000 attendees overrunning almost every part of the city, and crowding out residents and workers who made their living there. Thus, the legend of Freaknik was born.
As its popularity grew, so did the dollars pouring in from college students coming to partake in some ratchet fun. By 1994, the festival was adding as much as $20 million to the city’s economy. But what happens when you leave college students to their own devices and mix parties, drinking, word-of-mouth hype, a local government turning a blind eye, and an unfettered desire to get down? Trouble. Which explains why this is a story some would prefer to leave untold. To this day, the word Freaknik prompts chastising looks and tight-lipped conversations in certain circles.
Nothing seemed to be off limits to the revelers, who poured in from all over the country during the third weekend of April to get down during spring break. Testosterone-and-alcohol-drunk young men with camcorders came to make their weekend an orgy of honeys and hip-hop. Women abandoned their scruples and clothes—ready for whatever. Back then, rap was in its infancy, and it became the soundtrack to the revelry. For many rappers, Freaknik was their opportunity to break their Dirty South sounds to the world. Freaknik also helped paved the way for many of today's music videos featuring women sporting little-to-no clothing and flaunting overly abundant assets as public twerking became the norm.
 
Testosterone-and-alcohol-drunk young men with camcorders came to make their weekend an orgy of honeys and hip-hop. Women abandoned their scruples and clothes—ready for whatever.
 
Atlanta residents came to regard the festival as a plague that swarmed their city every third week in April. Residents would rush to grocery stores, take leave from their jobs, and escape the city as if a natural disaster was on the way. Businesses shut down, roads were blocked off, and then Police Chief Beverly Harvard allocated $300,000 in overtime to beef up the 1,800-person police force. By 1994, attendance had grown way beyond college students. Folks were pouring in from all over the country and a sinister element seeped into the crowds that inundated the city from Piedmont Park to Auburn Avenue. By time Mayor Bill Campbell was elected in 1994, the city had grown weary of hosting up to 400,000 party people.
Once the hype around Freaknik reached a fever pitch, and downtown Atlanta was overrun with the young and nasty, Mayor Bill Campbell cracked down, appointing a special committee on Freaknik consisting of city council members. Violence was on the rise—in 1995 a reported 2,000 crimes were committed, ranging from indecent exposure to rape. In a 1997 interview with the Associated Press, Campbell lamented, “Few issues in the city of Atlanta have been as divisive in the last 10 years. It is a very difficult weekend even under the best of circumstances.”
When word came that Atlanta would be hosting the 1996 Summer Olympics, the city put on its white hat and went into clean-up mode. There was one last effort at re-organizing Freaknik and re-naming it Spring Jam ’97, but their efforts were to no avail.
Attempts to revive the festival have been made in subsequent years, but nothing could replicate the unfettered, wanton atmosphere that was Freaknik’s essence. Past attendees stored it in their memories, but was that a rose-hued reflection of an event that was really violent and hedonistic in nature? Let the people who were there tell you the story of one of the most freaky phenomena in American history.

THE PLAYERS

Derrick Boazman - Morris Brown Graduate, 1990; former Atlanta City Councilman ’97
Bun B - Rapper
Joe Compton - Freaknik attendee ’94
Jermaine Dupri - Rapper, Producer, Founder of So So Def Records
Adina Howard - Singer, known as the “Queen of Freaknik
Panama Jackson - Morehouse Alum, Attended ’97, ’98
Uncle Luke - Rapper, Founder of Luke Records
Killer Mike - Rapper, broke into the rap game during Freaknik
Alex Tehrani - Photographer, shot Freaknik for Vibe in ’96
Nika Watkins - Freaknik attendee ’95, ’96, ’97
Kameelah Williams - Lead singer, performed with her group 702 during Freaknik