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1. I'm The Man ft. Sonny Digital

  • Published: 2015-12-04T06:27:56Z
  • By 50 Cent
I'm The Man ft. Sonny Digital

50 Cent releases "I'm The Man" ft. Sonny Digital, new track off of The Kanan Tape. Song out for download: http://smarturl.it/50ImTheMan Watch the music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDecHBqrfLI Connect: http://instagram.com/50cent http://facebook.com/50cent snapchat: iam50cent

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2. 01 Omar - The Man

01 Omar - The Man

iTunes pre-order: http://itunes.kud.li/fsr099d "When I grow up, I wanna be like Omar" - Stevie Wonder There are precious few, if any contemporary UK artists whose creative credentials and influence extend as far and so consistently wide as Freestyle Records' most recent signing Omar. Since first breaking through to worldwide renown all the way back in 1991 with his first releases on Gilles Peterson's seminal Talking Loud label, and going on to work with all manner of musical legends including a certain Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu, Angie Stone, Syreeta Wright, Common, and Carleen Anderson. Fast forward to 2013, and Omar's reputation for being a thoroughly original artist following his own individual path remains undiminished. After recently picking up an M.B.E. for his outstanding contribution to the UK music scene, even the British Establishment has now acknowledged what many already appreciated and understood for many years. There cannot have been many times a bass clarinet b-line was destined to become one of the most memorable and catchiest moments in contemporary soul, but on the new single, The Man, that's precisely what happens. Add to that a stunning vocal performance, the slinkiest of beautiful key changes, and an uplifting vibe that simply emanates class and style, and you will understand why those who were privileged to hear The Man early on, all without exception, flipped, slipped and fell totally in love with its soul, its groove and irrepressible spirit. This release sees three reworkings of the title track; US mainstay of conscious hip hop and electronica, Shafiq Husayn, literally leapt at the chance to remix The Man and gives it a minor mood feel, with spacey synthesiser lines added to emphasise this most memorable of melodies, Maddslinky (aka Zed Bias), came with a remix from a pumping, contemporary club direction including a driving beat coupled with spacy breakdowns and his trademark production skills, and Scratch Professer puts his unique stamp on his retwist of The Man like no one else could! Completing the circle that began all the way back in the early 1990s, Omar has completely re-recorded his classic love song There's Nothing Like This, which this time features bass player to the Gods Pino Palladino. The touching sentiment remains undiminished, but with the addition of soaring strings, soulful, jazzy horns, an all round live and acoustic feel, plus an extended and new arrangement, Omar has done the impossible; improved upon the un-improvable, that is likely to become the definitive version of an already much adored classic.

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3. Omar The Man

  • Published: 2013-06-15T18:04:43Z
  • By mctrud
Omar The Man

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4. I'm The Man (Remix ft. Chris Brown)

  • Published: 2016-03-28T01:27:19Z
  • By 50 Cent
I'm The Man (Remix ft. Chris Brown)

Listen to Chris Brown's remix of 50 Cent's hit song, "I'm The Man". Download the song : http://smarturl.it/50ImTheMan Song off of The Kanan Tape. Listen here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAaZGFiukWbYfcWqniPoLMGTYM3iCSw3i Connect: http://instagram.com/50cent http://facebook.com/50cent http://twitter.com/50cent Snapchat: iam50cent

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5. The Man (Prod by @BeatsByNav)

  • Published: 2015-11-26T10:27:33Z
  • By NAV
The Man (Prod by @BeatsByNav)

Instagram/Twitter @beatsbynav Artwork @h.shariff

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6. Feel It Still

Feel It Still

http://www.portugaltheman.com/feelitstill Portugal. The Man - "Feel It Still" available now! Download/Stream: https://Atlantic.lnk.to/fitptmSo Follow Portugal. The Man Website: http://www.portugaltheman.com/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/portugaltheman IG: https://www.instagram.com/portugaltheman TW: https://twitter.com/portugaltheman SC: https://soundcloud.com/portugaltheman YT: https://www.youtube.com/user/Portugalthemanband Tumblr: http://portugaltheman.tumblr.com/

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9. Portugal The Man - Feel it Still (Medasin Remix)

  • Published: 2017-05-19T18:14:41Z
  • By medasin
Portugal The Man - Feel it Still (Medasin Remix)

had this one finished for a minute, happy to finally get it out to you guys. @portugaltheman

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10. Growing Up (Sloane's Song) Feat. Ed Sheeran

Growing Up (Sloane's Song) Feat. Ed Sheeran

Free Download here: http://www.growingupsong.com http://youtu.be/6mhtJduoCZ0 I wish that I could say that I was in a “better place” when I found out the news. It would make for a far more polished and respectable story. But I think back to that night: praying on the floor at 2am as Tricia went to the bathroom to take the pregnancy test I’d just purchased from Walgreens. I was scared. Scared to start working on new music. Scared of trying again and failing. Scared of the process of staring at myself through a page and seeing someone that I wasn’t proud of. Someone that I didn’t like. Someone that wasn’t ready to be a dad. I’ve always had some make-believe image in my head of who I would be as a father. I held on to clear expectations of where I wanted be in my career, my age, my level of self-care, and my maturity. I basically assumed that I'd have it all together. But in actuality the hypothetical “dad" version of me looked completely different than the man whose heart was beating out of his chest on the carpet, praying to a god or spirit I hadn’t talked to in months. When Tricia walked out of the bathroom, I knew. And I knew I had to change. 5 months later we were recording in a remote cabin away from the density that is Seattle. I was finally having fun in the studio for the first time in years. Songs were getting made, finally. I was going back to the city once a week to attend a birthing class with Tricia. When I got back to the cabin the next day, Ryan had made a new beat that would eventually become the song you’re listening to. Half of it is advice about growing up. The other half is trying to figure out how to grow up myself. When you try to escape yourself, life has an interesting way of creating situations that force you to come back. To look at who you are. This is why “Growing up” felt like the right song to re-emerge with. It’s where I’ve been the last year, through all the ups and downs. We didn’t want to do a big campaign or anything over the top with this. We just wanted to put out good music, directly to the people that have been here since the beginning. Thank you for your patience. Hope you enjoy. And if you’re wondering… Our daughter, Sloane Ava Simone Haggerty was born 2 months ago on May 29th. There is nothing like the joy and happiness that comes from bringing a baby into this universe. She has filled my heart in ways that I never knew were possible. She is the love of my life. This song is for her. -Ben Credits Performed by Macklemore Produced by Ryan Lewis Featuring Ed Sheeran Written by: B. Haggerty; R. Lewis; E. Sheeran; J. Karp; O. Arunga; J. Rawlings Bass by Joshua "Budo" Karp Piano by Joshua Rawlings and Joshua "Budo" Karp Guitar by Ryan Lewis and Joshua "Budo" Karp Trumpet by Owuor Arunga Trombone by Greg Kramer Vibraphone by Susan Pascal Group Vocals by Deshe' Brooks, Tanisha Brooks, Sherri Charleston, Josephine Howell, Dana Jackson, Karma Johnson, Russell Leonce, Shaunyce Omar, Sally Reavis, Austin Rickel, Francisca Shaw, Maelu Strange and Liah Walker Mixed by Jon Castelli Mastered by Dale Becker Engineered by Stephen Hogan Assistant Engineered by Dave West (London Bridge Studios) and Scott Cedarholm (Avast Studios) Engineer for mix Ryan Nasci Macklemore Publishing (BMI) Ryan Lewis Publishing (BMI) Gutterfunk (ASCAP) Arunga Music (BMI) Joshua Rawlings (ASCAP) Ed Sheeran Limited and Sony/ATV Music Publishing (UK) Ed Sheeran appears courtesy of Asylum Records UK Ltd © 2015 Macklemore, LLC. All rights reserved.

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11. 02 Omar - The Man

02 Omar - The Man

▶ Preorder on iTunes UK/Europe/ROW: http://itunes.kud.li/fsrcd099 ▶ Preorder on Amazon UK: http://kud.li/12DcY6C OUT: 24 June 2013 "When I grow up, I wanna be like Omar" - Stevie Wonder There are precious few, if any contemporary UK artists whose creative credentials and influence extend as far and so consistently wide as Freestyle Records' most recent signing Omar. Since first breaking through to worldwide renown all the way back in 1991 with his first releases on Gilles Peterson's seminal Talkin' Loud label, and since going on to work with all manner of musical legends including a certain Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu, Angie Stone, Syreeta Wright, Common, and Carleen Anderson. Omar returns with a brand new album that many say is without doubt the strongest of his entire career. The buzz generated by the single release of the album's title track, The Man, confirmed beyond doubt that Omar is very much at the top of his game, with everyone from BBC 6 Music's Gilles Peterson, BBC Radio 2's Trevor Nelson and Jamie Cullum giving both major support and high praise for the simply magnificent new high point for Omar's renowned ability to write devastatingly catchy melodies. Across the rest of this new album, opener Simplify sets the template, with its luscious and majestic string backed introduction raising the curtain on this deep, hard grooving number. Omar also joins forces with Germany's Hidden Jazz Quartett on High Heels - growling organ spars with the tough, jagged drumbeat on this tough, funk driven collaboration. Elsewhere, latin textures and rhythms have always been part of Omar's far reaching musical vocabulary, and on Come On Speak To Me and Ordinary Day restless south American beats underpin the crisp and fresh melodies. Soul II Soul's Caron Wheeler offers her distinctive voice on the duet Treat You, allowing these two legendary voices to unite beautifully. Completing the circle that began all the way back in the early 1990s, Omar has re-recorded his classic love song There's Nothing Like This, which this time features bass player to the Gods Pino Palladino. The touching sentiment remains undiminished, but the addition of soaring strings, soulful, jazzy horns, a vibrant live and acoustic feel, plus an extended and new arrangement. This album will surely become known as the most eclectic, confident, mature and soulful album of his career. After all, Stevie Wonder knows, Erykah Badu knows... and now everyone knows; Omar is The Man.

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12. 02 Omar - The Man (Shafiq Husayn Remix)

02 Omar - The Man (Shafiq Husayn Remix)

iTunes pre-order: http://itunes.kud.li/fsr099d "When I grow up, I wanna be like Omar" - Stevie Wonder There are precious few, if any contemporary UK artists whose creative credentials and influence extend as far and so consistently wide as Freestyle Records' most recent signing Omar. Since first breaking through to worldwide renown all the way back in 1991 with his first releases on Gilles Peterson's seminal Talking Loud label, and going on to work with all manner of musical legends including a certain Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu, Angie Stone, Syreeta Wright, Common, and Carleen Anderson. Fast forward to 2013, and Omar's reputation for being a thoroughly original artist following his own individual path remains undiminished. After recently picking up an M.B.E. for his outstanding contribution to the UK music scene, even the British Establishment has now acknowledged what many already appreciated and understood for many years. There cannot have been many times a bass clarinet b-line was destined to become one of the most memorable and catchiest moments in contemporary soul, but on the new single, The Man, that's precisely what happens. Add to that a stunning vocal performance, the slinkiest of beautiful key changes, and an uplifting vibe that simply emanates class and style, and you will understand why those who were privileged to hear The Man early on, all without exception, flipped, slipped and fell totally in love with its soul, its groove and irrepressible spirit. This release sees three reworkings of the title track; US mainstay of conscious hip hop and electronica, Shafiq Husayn, literally leapt at the chance to remix The Man and gives it a minor mood feel, with spacey synthesiser lines added to emphasise this most memorable of melodies, Maddslinky (aka Zed Bias), came with a remix from a pumping, contemporary club direction including a driving beat coupled with spacy breakdowns and his trademark production skills, and Scratch Professer puts his unique stamp on his retwist of The Man like no one else could! Completing the circle that began all the way back in the early 1990s, Omar has completely re-recorded his classic love song There's Nothing Like This, which this time features bass player to the Gods Pino Palladino. The touching sentiment remains undiminished, but with the addition of soaring strings, soulful, jazzy horns, an all round live and acoustic feel, plus an extended and new arrangement, Omar has done the impossible; improved upon the un-improvable, that is likely to become the definitive version of an already much adored classic.

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13. RiFF RAFF - HOW TO BE THE MAN (Prod. by DJ Mustard)

RiFF RAFF - HOW TO BE THE MAN (Prod. by DJ Mustard)

Download/Stream: http://maddecent.fm/neonicon Follow Mad Decent Weekly on Spotify: http://maddecent.fm/weeklyspotify Watch the official music video here: https://youtu.be/vo7ZnSC59mY RiFF RAFF teams up with hit making producer DJ Mustard on "How To Be The Man," the first single off of his highly anticipated debut album NEON iCON! Featuring an endless amount of quotable wordplay and a hook that will be stuck in your head for months on end, "How To Be The Man" takes everything that we love about RiFF RAFF to new heights. This is just a glimpse of what is to come in the 2014, the year of the NEON iCON. Twitter: twitter.com/JODYHiGHROLLER Facebook: www.facebook.com/RiffRaffMadDecent Youtube: www.youtube.com/JODYHiGHROLLER

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14. The Script - The Man Who Can't Be Moved

The Script - The Man Who Can't Be Moved

Going back to the corner where I first saw you Gonna camp in my sleeping bag, I'm not gonna move Got some words on cardboard, got your picture in my hand Saying if you see this girl can you tell her where I am Some try to hand me money, they don't understand I'm not broke I'm just a broken hearted man I know it makes no sense, but what else can I do How can I move on when I've been in love with you 'Cause if one day you wake up and find that you're missing me And your heart starts to wonder where on this earth I could be Thinking maybe you'll come back here to the place that we'd meet And you'd see me waiting for you on the corner of the street So I'm not moving I'm not moving Policeman says son you can't stay here I said there's someone I'm waiting for if it's a day, a month, a year Gotta stand my ground even if it rains or snows If she changes her mind this is the first place she will go 'Cause if one day you wake up and find that you're missing me And your heart starts to wonder where on this earth I could be Thinking maybe you'll come back here to the place that we'd meet And you see me waiting for you on the corner of the street So I'm not moving I'm not moving I'm not moving I'm not moving People talk about the guy Who's waiting on a girl, oh whoa There are no holes in his shoes But a big hole in his world Maybe I'll get famous as the man who can't be moved And maybe you won't mean to but you'll see me on the news And you'll come running to the corner 'Cause you'll know it's just for you I'm the man who can't be moved I'm the man who can't be moved 'Cause if one day you wake up and find that you're missing me And your heart starts to wonder where on this earth I could be Thinking maybe you'll come back here to the place that we meet Oh, you see me waiting for you on a corner of the street So I'm not moving ('Cause if one day you wake up, find that you're missing me) I'm not moving (And your heart starts to wonder where on this earth I could be) I'm not moving (Thinking maybe you'll come back here to the place that we'd meet) I'm not moving (Oh, you see me waiting for you on a corner of the street) Going back to the corner where I first saw you Gonna camp in my sleeping bag, I'm not gonna move

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15. Xavier Omär - Blind Man (Prod. by J-Louis)

Xavier Omär - Blind Man (Prod. by J-Louis)

Xavier Omär fka SPZRKT - @XvrOmar J-Louis - @thisjaylouis verse 1: i can love you with my eyes closed i don't lose sight of your beauty 'cuz your heart is fine gold baby imma take my time with your mind your ambition won't leave me alone tell me 'bout your dreams, tell me everything don't nobody care about your heart like i do girl i'm down for you just the way that you're down for me pre-chorus: body like a queen but it ain't about your body baby it's about your being i ain't rolling up, but i'm on a high when you really think about it, ain't no wonder why chorus: (i'm so down for you) i'm so down for you babe i see you from the inside (i'm so down for you) i'm so down for you babe i see you never could forget you 'cuz you're so beautiful, girl a blind man could love you (woo! yeah. woo! yeah) you're so beautiful, girl a blind man could love you (woo! yeah. woo! yeah) beauty in your soul, girl a blind man could love you (woo! yeah. woo! yeah) verse 2: a blind man could love you just for who you are got 20/20 vision and i still don't see ya flaws i said you make me feel good, and you ain't even touch me my baby A1, i ain't 'gon trade you in for nothing and now i'm doin' the most (doin' the most) making sure i keep your attention baby i'm true in the post (true in the post) i'm in the paint with the baddest intentions you're bad, did i mention? (baby you bad) with my eyes open, there's no one badder, there isn't never left and i'm glad that you didn't pre chorus 2: (baby) pre-chorus: body like a queen but it ain't about your body baby it's about your being i ain't rolling up, but i'm on a high when you really think about it, ain't no wonder why chorus: (i'm so down for you) i'm so down for you babe i see you from the inside (i'm so down for you) i'm so down for you babe i see you never could forget you 'cuz you're so beautiful, girl a blind man could love you (woo! yeah. woo! yeah) you're so beautiful, girl a blind man could love you (woo! yeah. woo! yeah) beauty in your soul, girl a blind man could love you (woo! yeah. woo! yeah) oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh yeah

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17. 03 Omar - The Man (Maddslinky Remix)

03 Omar - The Man (Maddslinky Remix)

iTunes pre-order: http://itunes.kud.li/fsr099d "When I grow up, I wanna be like Omar" - Stevie Wonder There are precious few, if any contemporary UK artists whose creative credentials and influence extend as far and so consistently wide as Freestyle Records' most recent signing Omar. Since first breaking through to worldwide renown all the way back in 1991 with his first releases on Gilles Peterson's seminal Talking Loud label, and going on to work with all manner of musical legends including a certain Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu, Angie Stone, Syreeta Wright, Common, and Carleen Anderson. Fast forward to 2013, and Omar's reputation for being a thoroughly original artist following his own individual path remains undiminished. After recently picking up an M.B.E. for his outstanding contribution to the UK music scene, even the British Establishment has now acknowledged what many already appreciated and understood for many years. There cannot have been many times a bass clarinet b-line was destined to become one of the most memorable and catchiest moments in contemporary soul, but on the new single, The Man, that's precisely what happens. Add to that a stunning vocal performance, the slinkiest of beautiful key changes, and an uplifting vibe that simply emanates class and style, and you will understand why those who were privileged to hear The Man early on, all without exception, flipped, slipped and fell totally in love with its soul, its groove and irrepressible spirit. This release sees three reworkings of the title track; US mainstay of conscious hip hop and electronica, Shafiq Husayn, literally leapt at the chance to remix The Man and gives it a minor mood feel, with spacey synthesiser lines added to emphasise this most memorable of melodies, Maddslinky (aka Zed Bias), came with a remix from a pumping, contemporary club direction including a driving beat coupled with spacy breakdowns and his trademark production skills, and Scratch Professer puts his unique stamp on his retwist of The Man like no one else could! Completing the circle that began all the way back in the early 1990s, Omar has completely re-recorded his classic love song There's Nothing Like This, which this time features bass player to the Gods Pino Palladino. The touching sentiment remains undiminished, but with the addition of soaring strings, soulful, jazzy horns, an all round live and acoustic feel, plus an extended and new arrangement, Omar has done the impossible; improved upon the un-improvable, that is likely to become the definitive version of an already much adored classic.

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19. Aloe Blacc - The Man

Aloe Blacc - The Man

Buy on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/WakeMeUpEP?IQid=soundcloud http://AloeBlacc.com http://twitter.com/AloeBlacc http://facebook.com/AloeBlacc http://instagram.com/AloeBlacc

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