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NEW VIDEO: “Homeless Man” by Junior

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      Junior is 2 for 10 now that he has released this Official Music Video for Campus Convos Theme Song “Homeless Man” (also featured on his recent album “Nothing To Relate To”).

     Campus Convos is a new series geared toward improving cultural competence, diversity and cultural inclusion! Special S/O to Kiona Robinson, the NAACP affiliates, and everybody at Baylor who made this vision a reality! Stay tuned for the release of Campus Convos Spring 2016!

 

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NEW VIDEO: Junior “Just Riding”

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      Junior is back with the new video “Just Riding”.This track is featured on the album “Nothing To Relate To”, and is the first of many visuals to be released for the project.

 

Junior – “Just Riding” prod by: Dat Trill Meskin Gibbie
Video Filmed & Edited by: Pirscription for TrojanTownStudios.com

NEW VIDEO: “I Don’t Love Em” – Young Tampico, Duce D, T-Moe, T-Smoothe

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     Duce D was recently featured in a music video by artist Young Tampico, which also features TOG veterans T-Smoothe & T-Moe. Check it out below!!

NEW VIDEO: “High Forever” – 4/20 Video Release From Denver Colorado!!

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      Pirscription and Duce drop the second video from the collaborative mixtape Closed Caskets, it’s sure to be a fan favorite and with a message most of us can get behind it should be an exciting release. So light ya knew and enjoy some visuals from OOAK.

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“I witnessed a murder this past Friday.” by JLD.

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     As we gather here today to mourn the loss of some wack MC’s, we shall take time to say thank you to the ones not bending and folding, lying and pretending, or living a make believe life that will be revealed as a facade, AND THAT DAY IS HERE!!….. Well…… almost!

    Untill then, here is the first visual release from “Closed Caskets”, an OOAK revamp of “0-100″.

 

   Trash, could be defined as unwanted, nasty, no good or un-useable items and in this video the two rappers are seen literally taking the trash out. Is that an underlying narrative?

   After watching “0-100″, a surprise video release from OOAK last Friday, it is in my opinion, a metaphorical view of how almost all of us feel about the current state of hip-hop.

  The album planned for a Beyoncé style release some time between now and SXSW, I myself have been anticipating the record for a while now (I told Script he’s bullsh*tting) but, I now have confirmation that it is done and about to be pressed.

I want to encourage everyone to check out this video and see how you perceive it. Peace, I’m out.

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NEW VIDEO: Pirscription & Duce D – “0-100″

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SURPRISE VIDEO RELEASE!!!!!

      Pirscription & Duce D star in this mixtape visual for “0-100″, thanks to Mike G. The track is featured on the mixtape “Closed Caskets”, and is the first of multiple visuals for the mixtape.

        I know JLD usually drops the bombs on here, but I figured with SXSW coming up….. Why let J have all the fun?? … Check out what he thinks of our surprise drop, next week, here at oneofakindrecords.com

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Why doesn’t Waco have a Hip-Hop music scene?

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     With more than 200,000 people in and around the Waco area, over 30,000 college kids, more than 20 high schools, an up and coming downtown area, 3 hip hop affiliated radio stations (at press time), and an over-abundance of artists; the question remains…..

    Why doesn’t Waco have a Hip-hop music scene?

    The 3 radio stations could (and do) provide some support to artist and the events going on around the city and is an invaluable tool. It should be mentioned that there are a group of people doing what they can such as; DJ Cyse, who hosts the 94.5 The Beat “Street Beats” every Sunday 8pm to 10pm, and DJ Magnum, who hosts HOT 104.9 “Waco’s Very Own” every Wednesday at 5pm , just to name a couple.

    Is support a problem? Why hasn’t an artist been able to connect with the college crowd of the city? Is it the venues that don’t give artist a stage to showcase? Or is it just something deeper that renders the city from reaching its full potential?

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Z-Ro Performing at 2011 Waco Summer Bash (Photo Cred: Businessman Ent)

  Aside from the annual Waco Summer Bash Car Show & Concert, which pulls a few thousand attendees a year, hip hop shows reaching more than a couple hundred guests are a rare occurrence locally. One Of A Kind Records founder Pirscription mentioned that part of the reason he threw his Birthday Party/Concert last August was to give not only the OOAK artists, but some of his favorite other local artists a good opportunity to showcase themselves, and hopes he will be able to do it again this year.

    Many of the acts here in the cen-tex get lots of support when on the road, only to come back home and fall on deaf ears. What can WE do to change this? What can YOU do to change this? ….. Whatever the solution, just know that there are individuals out here laying the ground work today, for tomorrows success.

    Salute to the ones already doing enough, and we hope to see you at the top.

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Duce D: God Fearing, Father, Rap Artist Trying To Make It”

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   With the release of Closed Caskets getting closer, we will be looking back at some recent works that have come from the #OOAK fam.

 First we look at Duce D: “The Gift”.

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   I received this album at SXSW (2012) when there is an abundance of music being distributed and most of, to be honest, is sub-par and fails to make it past the second song. However, Duce’s project caught everyone in the cars attention and kept it.

 

“Duce D – The Gift Intro // Shot & Edited by DJ Luis of Chip Stack Films/Dirty 3rd Records)

I recently talked to Duce about the album and ask him some questions I thought y’all might want to know.

 

JLD: Tell me who Duce is in one sentence
Duce D: god fearing, father, rap artist trying to make it

 

JLD: What makes you most proud when you think about “The Gift”?
Duce D: the response.

 

JLD: How have you improved since The Gift?
Duce D: Conceptually and being more introspective. I think I’ve grown overall as a artist

 

JLD: Most personal song on the gift?
Duce D: ”Love Lost” **

 

JLD: Your favorite song on The Gift?
Duce D: ”Change Your Life” ** My flow and the beat makes it something I can jam all the time

 

JLD: Leave us with 5 closing words?
Duce D: live. life. love. be happy.

 

- – - – And that’s that. Do good. #OOAK #JLD


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**  Below are the 2 tracks referenced above. “Love Lost” & “Change Ya Life”


       

A crazy story…. The first of many..

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I’m JLD, some of you all might know me and most of you won’t. I’m an artist and was traveling for the last 2 years and to make a long story short, my life crumbled and I ended up back around my hometown (Hillsboro, Tx). I had known Script from working with him in the past so I started kicking it in West,Tx at Trojan Town Studios, which he owns. I was super uninspired and not making music so I got to watch him and his crew One Of A Kind Records work…..

Skip to present day, I’m better now, back to making music (JLDecember), and that’s where you all come in. I thought you all should be in on this shit too and since I love to write I hope to be y’all’s insight in to what’s brewing with OOAK and other dope shit we come across.

—– #OOAK #JLD

Junior: “A.I.D.S” << AVAILABLE NOW!!

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JUNIOR: “A.I.D.S” << AVAILABLE NOW

1. I Know feat. RnB (prod. by Denero)

2. Never Did It feat. Tanecia Medlock (prod. by Certified Beats)
3. Keep Your Head Girl (prod. by Denero
4. Poetry Interlude
5. The Antidote feat. Duce D (prod. by DJ Lil Framp)
6. Small City, Big Dreams feat. Lil Dice (prod. by DJ Lil Framp)
7. Vision feat. Kam KT (prod. by Dat Trill Meskin)
8. Walk A Mile Interlude
9. Greatest Ever feat. Quistar Go (prod. by Denero)
10. I Got It (prod. by LoudxPack)
11. Truth (prod. by LoudxPack)
12. By Any Means (prod. by LoudxPack)
13. Grind Don’t Stop feat. T. Tokens (prod. by DJ Lil Framp)
14. All About My Cash feat. DQ Hampton (prod. by DJ Lil Framp)
15. Mind Your Business feat. Giovanni Tha King (prod. by Dat Trill Meskin)
16. Rumors (prod. by Dat Trill Meskin)
17. Take You Home feat. Kevin Tyrone (prod. by Trackanometry)
18. On It (prod. by LoudxPack)

        This mixtape is currently available only as a physical hard copy. Digital purchase via iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Rhapsody, & free streaming options will be announced as they become available.. 

Please check out two tracks from the mixtape below!! 

      

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