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The anthem 'Hip Hop 4ever' by New York's Final Outlaw
since Apr, 2009
FInal Outlaw - Hip Hop 4 ever - free single This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Hip Hop. What better way to herald this anniversary than a powerful, real talk anthem, repeatedly chanting ‘Hip Hop 4ever’ and emanating from the genre’s birth place New York. ‘Hip Hop 4ever’ is the debut from Puerto Rican, El Salvadorian New Yorker Final Outlaw. ‘Hip Hop 4ever’ has already won the EoDub Song Of The Year Award at the end of 2008 and charted #1 on GoldMic.com. The promo video ‘Hip Hop 4ever’ is receiving regular rotation on Ralph McDaniel's legendary Video Music Box on NYCTV and MTV in Europe. The song has also featured with favourable write-ups on authoritative, tastemaker Hip Hop Blogs, Illdoctrine.com, OnSmash.com, Nahright.com, WorldStarHipHop.com, 2DopeBoyz.com and RealTalkNY.net With collaborations with KRS ONE for the ‘Stop The Violence’ album 2009, Immortal Technique, and M-1 of Dead Prez on The Grassroots Artist Movement, already under his belt, and a win at the End of the Weak MC Challenge 2008 is sure-footedly stepping in the right direction.
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