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From the smoothed out R&B from Tekitha and Sugar Bang Bang, and the diverse hip hop groups, Brooklyn's Division and the West Coast Killa Bees' Black Knights, Digital Recordings will hit out to every music fan there is. Wu-Tang's mastermind RZA is sure to hit everybody with this new label.
Tekitha, probably the best known artist, blessed you all with "You" with Wu-Tang Clan's Ghostface Killah. Her album Wisdom Body will surely satisfy everybody who has ever heard her name. The video for You has been shot with Tony Starks himself.
Sugar Bang Bang brings every Wu fan back to 1995 with Ice Cream 2002. Heard previously on the Ghost Dog soundtrack and the Killa Beez Sting album, Sugar Bang Bang gives every fan what they want.
Division comes strong with a three-man group consisting of Freemurder, Shacronz and Terra Tory. Doing extra hard work with four songs to come out: the video made-first single PJ's, the heavily messaged Get a Job Bitch, Back in the Day featuring Dana Dane and Warzone featuring La the Darkman, Timbo King, Prodigal Sunn and 60 Second Assassin. You heard them with Popa Wu and on the Sting album, but now you'll get to know the real Division.
The group that you have heavily heard of in the past is definitely Black Knights. Leading the charge for the West Coast Killa Beez, Warcloud, Doc Doom, Crisis and Monk hit ya'll up with a style never before heard. West Wu-Tang. Now on their new home, they release two songs that shape out their future, Almighty Black Knights and Next Up.
Majestic 12 comprised of C-12 (Carlos Bess) and Madam Majestic envail their first single Buffalo Gal a remake of an '80's song. Madam Majestic is best known for her hook on Ghostface's Cherchez LaGhost.
Last but not least is Royal Fam's Mikey Jarrett Jr., son of musical legend Mikey Jarrett. His first single Toppa Top will definitely draw comparisons to his father.
A sampler containing all the new tracks will be coming out too and will be hosted by Dreddy Kruger.