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Newark, New Jersey’s own Rah Digga is back with the latest in her Straight Spittin’ series, “Straight Spittin’ 4.5.” While Nottz handled production duties on the previous “Straight Spittin IV,” in addition to the rest of Digga’s highly lauded sophomore album Classic, Digga has teamed up with producer Marco Polo for this short but deadly follow-up track. Atop Marco’s guitar plucks, vocal samples, strings, and pounding drums, Digga picks up right where she left off, delivering a non-stop flow of vocal jabs with lines like, “The spitting’s comprehensive/ Y’all wordplay’s senseless/ I’m spitting every sentence, not knowing where the end is/ I’m spitting, spitting, spitting, ’till there ain’t no more remnants/ They saying, What’s Next? I’m saying, Back to the beginning.”

Rah Digga’s sophomore album, Classic, is now available via Raw Koncept Media Group.

Download “Straight Spittin’ 4.5” produced by Marco Polo here: http://media.audibletreats.com/Rah_Digga-Straight_Spittin_4.5_Prod_Marco_Polo.mp3

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With popular demand steadily growing, Nottz and Raw Koncept Media Group are excited to announce that they’ve pushed the album release date up from the 26th to this Tuesday, October 19th. To share the exciting news comes an equally exciting video, for the “Intro from You Need This Music, featuring otherworldly drummer Travis Barker.  So do you know what this means? Do you have any idea? It means my broke ass has to cop it tomorrow!

Producer Nottz and rapper Asher Roth take a casual stroll together down memory lane on the latest single “Dontcha Wanna Be (My Neighbor)” from Nottz’s forthcoming debut solo album You Need This Music to be released October 26th on Raw Koncept Media Group.

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From the get-go, shimmering xylophone samples recall nostalgic flashbacks, signaling the eternal backward glance into breezy summer days and hanging out around the block. Far from simply telling their stories, Nottz and Roth invite us to join in their respective journeys with the hook, crooned by Colin Munroe, “Welcome to the world that I’m from/ Maybe you’ll wanna be/ My neighbor/ They say that where you goin’ ain’t always where you from/ Maybe some day you’ll be /My neighbor.”

Fans can also expect a video for the single in the near future. Nottz and Roth are currently collaborating on the upcoming The Rawth EP. Download “Dontcha Wanna Be (My Neighbor)” here:

Dontcha Wanna Be (My Neighbor)”: http://media.audibletreats.com/Nottz-Dontcha_Wanna_Be_My_Neighbor_Ft_Asher_Roth_and_Colin_Munroe.mp3