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Exclusive Interview: MMG Quise’s Tunnel Vision: Guaranteed to Spark the Brain

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His name is often mispronounced, but his talents are undeniable. The 1/2 ‘YNIC’ and Duce Pound member, (BBB) Black Bottle Boys and (MMG) Maybach Music…

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His name is often mispronounced, but his talents are undeniable. The 1/2 ‘YNIC’ and Duce Pound member, (BBB) Black Bottle Boys and (MMG) Maybach Music Group’s young, laid back artist;Quise is headlining with his new music from the streets anticipated album.


Available fall 2014, MMG preps for the release of Quise’s album; “Tunnel Vision” which hosts bangers like the single titled, “Perceive & Perception”, featuring; ‘Torch’ as well as second single titled, “They Watching”, featuring; ‘Rick Ross’, ‘Ice Berg’ and ‘Mr. Mar’. The album also provides an all-star lineup with features from MMG label mates; Ross, Wale, Gunplay, Tracy T, Young Breed and others.

Quise reminds us that he smiles for the pictures, because he knows the people watching. We caught up with the man of the hour to discuss: YNIC, Boss man Rozay, triple letter boys’ lifestyle, loyalty, ladies, music, hometown, investments and of course the launch of “Tunnel Vision” in stores and DOWNLOADABLE on iTunes October 1st.


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Live from The Hype Magazine Studios Power 104.9 FM WTSX

The Hype Magazine announced today the opening of The Hype Magazine Studios and the launch of Power 104.9 FM WTSX, the first urban based FM radio station in Kokomo, IN. Power 104.9 FM is a fully licensed radio station, providing BDS (Broadcast Data Systems) reporting.

The Hype Magazine will broadcast its branded “Live Sessions” show from…

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Townsquare snaps up hip-hop mag XXL, plans to go digital-only | New York Post

Townsquare snaps up hip-hop mag XXL, plans to go digital-only | New York Post

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Townsquare Media is buying XXL, the 17-year old urban hip-hop magazine from Harris Publications, and will immediately stop producing a regular print edition, The Post has learned.

The October-November issue of the six-times-a-year title, now at the printer, will be the final edition, sources said. After that, XXL will be digital-only.

Two additional digital properties also are being acquired:…

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