Neon Hitch (@NeonHitch) F*ck You Like A Bad Dog (Sterling Fox Mashup/Remix)

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Neon Hitch’s new single “Bad Dog” were shared online, a very special version of the song was produced by Sterling Fox. This one is sure to get your heart racing and may even create a bit of stir. But Fox does an excellent job capturing emotion that is at the core of a groundbreaking tune.

50 Cent (@50cent) Holds A Private Concert For Victims in Norway

After performing at the RxR Festival in southern Norwegian city of Stavanger, Fif performed at a private concert for the survivors of the July 22nd attacks in Norway that killed 77 people. Proceeds from the events went to the Utoya Fund. Says 50:

“We wanted to do something special for the victims of this horrible tragedy. Together, Tony Yayo and I along with the G-Unity Foundation felt an urgent need to give back and what better way than through our music. We look forward to putting on a great show for the survivors and hope that everyone comes out to show their support.”

J. Cole (@JColeNC) Feat Trey Songz (@TreySongz) – Can’t Get Enough

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J Cole  new track Can’t Get Enough” featuring Trey Songz is looked as his big crossover break into the mainstream. Cole World: The Sideline Story on September 27th.

Young Jeezy (@OfficialTM103) – The Real Is Back 2 Mixtape

Jeezy and Drama are back it with a surprise release of the second installment in the ‘The Real Is Back” series. TM 103 drops September 20th.

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Pastor Troy (@PastorTroyDSGB) – Rise Up Falcons 2012

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Pastor Troy still puts on for his home team with his latest song Rise Up Falcons 2012. With football season right around the corner let see if this song brings the Falcons the Superbowl trophy.

Ludacris (@Ludacris) Schools Georgia Tech Students About Tech Talk

Christopher Bridges, better known by his stage name Ludacris visited Midtown Thursday afternoon. Ludacris moderated a panel discussion about technology in entertainment at the Georgia Tech College of Management. Topics included innovation in entertainment, funding innovations, the importance of leadership, and what it takes to achieve market success.

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