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J. Cole Meets Mr. Cheeks At The Armory, Albany Explodes

The bro Zueslytning got some great on stage and backstage footage from the J. Cole show ft. Mr. Cheeks and MIRK. Another highlight of the show was an extended on stage freestyle from Mickey Factz (not shown). Check out some of the footage below.


MIRK – Beautiful Music ft. Mr. Cheeks

The “Beautiful Music” video by MIRK ft. Mr. Cheeks dropped today. Great music, great visuals provided by Michael Dispenza. I missed this shoot by 15 minutes. F my day job.


Zues Lytning – Zues Juice

Early this morning, Zues Lytning (formerly INFman) released his self-produced debut album Zues Juice. Zues Juice crosses the genres of hip hop, pop, r&b, and electro giving it widespread appeal, while Zues’ hearty, bass-heavy, bouncy beats and catchy melodies tie the project together. A myriad of featured artists all put their spin on the carefully produced tracks.

Download this 100% original album for free ZUES LYTNING: ZUES JUICE.

Artwork by Intell Hazefield.


Mob Muzik at S.O.B.’s sponsored by The Source Mag

Mob Muzik was the featured act for The Source Magazine’s Ghetto Metal show at S.O.B.’s this past Tuesday night. Performing was Mr. Cheeks, Mirk, Chaz Money, and King Dreams.

I’m proud to see artists out of Albany on The Source’s site. I’m even more proud that it’s my family.


All I can think of is the line “Smiles every time my face is up in The Source”.

Photos via the original article at The Source Magazine.


Mob Muzik Inc.

Mob Muzik Inc. is a joint venture from Powerful Productions and Management (PPM), Mr. Cheeks, and Avid Artist Management, which recently signed a record label deal with IMG/Universal Records.

Right now, the roster includes: rapper – Chaz Money, band – Mirk, and rapper/producer – King Dreams. Expect big things from this team.

MIRK (formerly Mirk and the New Familiars) has been making noise around the 518 for quite some time now with their hip hop, rock, funk style. Here’s “Beautiful Music” from MIRK and Mr. Cheeks. The piano riff on this one reminds me of Jay Z’s “Politics As Usual”.

Chaz Money and King Dreams put their spin on the classic “Lifestyles of the Rich and Shameless”.