M.O.P. & Snowgoons – “Anybody Can Get It” + A3C Volume 1 Pre-Order

For the past seven years, The A3C Hip-Hop Festival has brought the best and brightest talent in hip-hop to Atlanta for one extraordinary event after another. This year, A3C will provide hip-hop fans with the chance to hear new music from their favorite artists as well as undiscovered talent on one compilation, A3C Volume 1, which is now available for pre-order.

A3C Volume 1 will feature new, exclusive music from artists participating in the 2011 A3C Hip-Hop Festival. A diverse array of new talent and respected veterans spanning over 45 tracks make this a collector’s item for any hip-hop enthusiast.

In the midst of the excitement for the up coming event, iHipHop Distribution presents the second single off of the forthcoming compilation, M.O.P. & Snowgoons’ “Anybody Can Get It.” The track is the first offering from M.O.P. following a two-year hiatus and also serves as a sneak preview for the M.O.P. & Snowgoons album that will be dropping later this year. The A3C Volume 1 compilation will be available everywhere October 4th on iHipHop and can be pre-ordered now on iTunes.

The seventh annual A3C Hip-Hop Festival will take place October 6th through 8th at The Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information on the Festival and the A3C Volume 1 compilation, please visit: www.A3Cfestival.com

Download “Anybody Can Get It” here: http://hulkshare.com/mrzlu4heypo5

Watch the A3C promotional video here: http://vimeo.com/29101982

A3C Volume 1 Track List:

Disc 1:
1. Murs x Ski Beatz – Let’s Go!
2. P Dukes – Work
3. Chase N. Cashe – My House
4. Killa Kyleon featuring Miss Mykie – Carpul Tunnel
5. Johnny Spanish – Anything Goes
6. Rockie Fresh – Spotlight
7. G-Eazy -Rebel
8. SL Jones – All Honesty
9. XV –Higher
10. Smoke DZA featuring Bun B & Big K.R.I.T. – On The Corner
11. GLC – Show You What This Ism Do
12. Freddie Gibbs featuring El Prez – Executive Decision
13. Main Attrakionz featuring Shady Blaze – World Tour
14. J NICS – S.N.A.S.
15. Action Bronson – Muslim Wedding
16. Cory Gunz featuring Hash – Str8 Drop
17. Trademark Da Skydiver & Young Roddy featuring Curren$y – Jet Life To The Next Life
18. Phil Ade – Let It Shine
19. Marz Lovejoy featuring Like (of Pac Div) & Jason Madison – I Can’t Call It
20. Jon Connor featuring Ducky – High
21. Aleon Craft – Cruise Control
22. J-Live – Look Right

Disc Two:
1. Willie Evans Jr. – Never Be Free
2. Soul Khan – When The Plague Starts
3. Torae – Make A Movie
4. 9th Wonder featuring Thee Tom Hardy, Rapsody & Skyzoo – Jamla’s Coming At You
5. Nitty Scott – Truth
6. The Kid Daytona – Night School
7. Young Scolla – Another Day
8. THURZ – Nosy People
9. Boog Brown featuring Invincible & StaHHr – Dope Girl Magic, pt 2
10. Termanology – Step It Up
11. Rapper Big Pooh – No Choice
12. 9th Wonder featuring Actual Proof, The Away Team & Big Remo – The Score
13. El Da Sensei – The Best We Gonna Be
14. Saigon – I Know Now
15. Jarren Benton – Skitzo
16. M.O.P. x Snowgoons – Anybody Can Get it
17. Freeway – For The Paper
18. REKS – Rap Disciple
19. Statik Selektah featuring Slaine – The Time Is Now
20. Bronze Nazareth featuring RZA – Fresh From The Morgue
21. Reef The Lost Cauze x Snowgoons -Kill Somebody
22. League Of Extraordinary Gz – Pressure
23. Dead Prez – Globalization (Scene Of The Crime)

Author: James McQuiston

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