New Music: @BeatsByDomingo Lies & Rumors – @MattFiNGAZ, @OnlyChrisRivers, @KunivaD12, @SnoopDogg – Prod. By @ThanosBeats

In this day and age of social media running the world things can easily be taken as “If it is on the internet it is true” when in fact alot of things turn out to be lies.
Matt Fingaz enlists his friends Snoop Dogg, Chris Rivers and Kuniva from D12 to explain how someones life and be turned upside down by the “Lies and Rumors”. The song is produced by Thanos Beats and is available now on SoundCloud:

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News: Kuniva of D12 announces new EP

Kuniva has been working diligently as of late. He just released A History of Violence 2 in October, in which singles featuring Jon Connor (Ride Slow), and BadxChannels (Don’t Let Me Fall), as well as Dear Uncle. Now, he is ready to have a summer release for his new EP titled The Bando Theory. For his first single, he has enlisted Royce Da 5″9′ and Kid Vishis. Stay tuned for that single coming soon. Until then, be sure to continually visit RapMusicPromo.com for updates and visit www.AllThingsKuniva.com as well

News: Kuniva of D12

D12, also known as The Dirty Dozen, is an American hip hop group from Detroit, Michigan consisting of Eminem, Kon Artis, Kuniva, Proof, and Bizarre. D12 was formed in 1996, and achieved mainstream success after Eminem rose to international fame. D12 released the 4x platinum album ‘Devil’s Night’ in 2001 and the 4x platinum album ‘D12 World’ in 2004. This transitioned into numerous hits such as, ‘Purple Pills’, ‘Fight Music’, ’40 oz’, ‘My Band’, ‘How Come’ and ‘Pimp Like Me’. Kuniva just posted on Twitter that he had a new album on the way. He has new management for aspects of his artistry in Bill Novoa, owner of rapmusicpromo.com. Be watchful for the new project.

Background Info:

Kuniva has been active ever since D12’s hiatus in 2006. He has been consistently working on mixtape projects, and has a new album set to release in the near future. Additionally, Kuniva has also worked on a plethora of features. Kuniva went solo in 2010 and released his digital mixtape called Kuniva Presents: Retribution…The Mixtape. The mixtape featured Bizarre, Kon Artis, and a rapper by the name of Beez.  On April 12, 2011, D12 released Return of the Dozen Pt. 2 which was the sequel mixtape of Return of the Dozen in 2008. Kuniva also had solo parts on this mixtape. In 2011, he released his Mixtape Midwest Marauders Vol.1, which was followed by Midwest Marauders 2 in 2012. In 2014, he released the album A History of Violence. And in 2016, he released the sequel, A History of Violence 2 with singles titled ‘Dear Uncle’ which portrayed the police brutality crisis in the United States as well as a single titled ‘Ride Slow’ which features Jon Connor. Kuniva continues to work hard as he is working on his next major release titled The Bando Theory.

Online Links:

Website: www.AllThingsKuniva.com

Facebook: www.Facebook.com/Kuniva / www.Facebook.com/NovoaEnt

Twitter: www.Twitter.com/KunivaD12 / www.Twitter.com/NovoaEnt

 

Tribute to Proof of D12 – 11 Years Later

DeShaun Dupree Holton (October 2, 1973 – April 11, 2006), better known by his stage name Proof, rapper from Detroit, Michigan. During his career, he was a member of the groups 5 Elementz, Funky Cowboys, Promatic, Goon Squad and most notably, D12. He was a close childhood friend of rapper Eminem, who lived on the same block, and was often a hype man at his concerts. In 2006, Proof was shot and killed during an altercation at the CCC nightclub in Detroit.

D12, aka The Dirty Dozen, in which Proof was a member. D12 has had chart-topping albums in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia. D12 was formed in 1996, and achieved mainstream success after Eminem’s success. The original lineup consisted of the members and their alter egos. This is where Slim Shady came from. D12 released the album Devil’s Night in 2001 and D12 World in 2004, spawning numerous hits such as “Fight Music”, “Purple Pills”, “My Band”, “How Come” and “Shit on You” throughout that period.

The first time I heard Proof, I thought he was an incredible MC. His rhyme schemes and voice were not easy to be mimicked. To me, he absolutely stood out. Proof released a solo album titled Searching For Jerry Garcia, in which the single Forgive Me featuring 50 Cent can be heard below. RIP BIG PROOF. Your Memory lives on.