Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Rushin Embassy Ent - Presents Sean Hines The Crooks Collection Hosted by DJ Beanz

In preparation for his highly anticipated album, Roxbury-The Sean Hines Story, Rushin Embassy's DJ Beanz & Sean Hines team up to bring you the Crooks Collection Mixtape!!!

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Friday, December 17, 2010

Spill The Beanz Radio Show Friday Dec 17th

Although i was sick as a dogg recording this show, there's some bangers in here.
Tune in to Spill the Beanz Radio Every Monday at 12(noon)-2pm EST and Every Friday from 1pm-2pm EST

Monday, December 13, 2010


I've had the pleasure of being on "Boi You Stoopid Radio" with Kelleigh & C-Will a couple times. It was a great experience, had fun with these guys.
Well, their latest commercial for the show had me in tears laughing, I HAD to post it!
Check out the commercial and make sure you tune in Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00 pm EST

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Coming Soon.....DJ Beanz & Boi You Stoopid Edition Mixtape!!!!

Wednesday, December 8, 2010


Thanks to everyone for your support, please help DJ Beanz bring home the win at the 2011 Southern Ent Awards!! Female DJ & Best Host On A Mixtape


Tuesday, December 7, 2010

When You Think You Have It Bad.....

Georgia DJ Loses Everything in HOUSE FIRE

Fred Hollins aka Big Fred from the WIIZ in Augusta has met tragedy. Fred's house burned down to the ground on the morning of Friday December 3rd leaving him LITERALLY with just the clothes on his back and nothing else.

All 5 of his dogs DIED in the fire and all of his clothing and equipment was lost in the fire. He has NOTHING left. Fred's child passed away years ago and to him his dogs were like his children so this is sooo devastating that it cannot be put into words and on top everything ITS CHRISTMAS!

We thought you would like to know that he is in distress and needs support.

We really need the help to get the djs and industry etc to donate to help him and his family get back on their feet. Fred has done sooooo much to help everyone with thier careers and projects now he needs our help

To donate go to: Send Money
3.on the drop down select Send Money Online

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Free Ringtones

We know you're feeling theses tracks so we went ahead and made Sean Hines "Rep You" and "Move How We Want To" Ringtones!
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Thursday, December 2, 2010

DJ Beanz Presents Mic Check Vol 1 Hosted By Sean Hines

DJ Beanz & Sean Hines Team Up Once Again To Bring You Mic Check Vol 1. Real Hip Hop From Indies to Majors, Passsed & Present
DJ Beanz Presents Mic Check Vol 1 Hosted By Sean Hines
1. Rep You - Sean Hines
2. Together Baby - Ghostface Killah
3. I'm Ill - Red Cafe feat Fabolous
4. They Don't Know - Uncle Murda & Jadakiss
5. King Tut - Swizz Beatz feat Rakim
6. Downtown - Nikki Grier feat Busta Rhymes
7. Do My Thing - Lloyd Banks
8. Danger - Tese Fever & Madam Madon
9. No Love (Conglomerate Remix) - Busta Rhymes feat Reek the Villain
10. Hate On - $tress
11. Not Ready Freestyle - Nu JerZey Devil
12. Celebrity - Lloyd Banks feat Akon & Eminem
13. What It Look Like (Remix) - Nu JerZey Devil & Tone Trump
14. So Important - Whitefolkz feat Boobe
15. Dump - 50 Cent & Jadakiss
16. Stunt'n - Wiz Khalifa
17. Anymore - Obie Trice
18. Pray For Them - Joe Budden
19. 1st Time - Talib Kweli feat Consequence
20. Move How We Want To - Sean Hines feat Hit & Wrath
21. Ebonics - Big L
22. Da Joint - EPMD
23. Let Me Remind Ya - Rain feat Swizz Beatz
24. Sean Hines - Came Up

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Wednesday, December 1, 2010


I've decided to spotlight Vado because this man is on FIYAH right now. I'm really feeling the track "On His Own" and as much as I can't stand Cam'ron "Speaking Tungues" was a dope track as well, that BEAT.....enough said.


Born and raised in Harlem, Teeyon “Vado” Winfree grew up on 144th and Lenox. He picked up the pen and pad at 16 and was influenced by his famous jazz singing grandmother, June Tyson. By age 19 he’d chosen a new career path. Music was in his veins and he was well on his way to stardom. Vado appeared on a public access television show named “Mad Ciphas.” This was an outlet for a lot of up and coming artists from New York City. The show allowed them to showcase their talent in many different ways. In 2008, he first bubbled under the radar and released tracks with childhood friend, Jae Millz.

Early in 2009 he seized an opportunity that would prove pivotal in his career. He reached out to legendary Harlem rapper, Cam’ron. A friendship and artistic bond grew between the two, after first meeting on March 13, at a studio in New York. That was only the beginning. As the story goes, Killa Cam was scouting for new artists and a bold new alliance formed. They submerged themselves in the studio, and Vado became the first solo act of Cam’s new movement, "The U.N."

In August 2009 the streets were privy to the fruits of their labor, and liked the taste. “Boss of all Bosses,” a mixtape hosted by DJ Drama, co-starring Vado and Cam’ron, was released, and was followed up with “Boss of all Bosses 2” in January 2010. Vado’s innate talent and lyrical wit was thrust into the public eye. Fans ate it up. The hip-hop community embraced his sound, gripped by his delivery and lyrical dexterity.

A lot of artists say it, but Vado does it. He submerges himself in the studio day after day, week after week. Unwavered and determined, in a short time he’s composed with some of hip-hop’s most notable power players. He validates, “I just walked in, I haven’t even taken off my coat,” but fans have invited him in, rolled out the carpet and set a place from him at rap’s dinner table.

The self proclaimed “Most Hated,” is becoming one of Harlem’s most beloved as the past year has proven itself remarkably rewarding. “Boss of all Bosses 3” and “Guns N' Butta,” are just a few of the projects scheduled for release in 2011, along with a host of videos from the Boss of all Bosses 1, 2, and 2.5. As hype still begins to swirl and the industry’s all a buzz, the 25 year old MC has performed at venues across New York City. He comes to conquer. His resume is spotless.

On those streets of Harlem, Vado has walked in the footsteps of the giants that came before him and will pave the way for pioneers to follow. With his autonomous group of mentors and partners, the future is looking bright for this young rapper. The world is tuning in and turning him up, as we make a new addition to that list of Harlem’s greats: Vado.

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