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TAG REC Family,

Although you have been on to ON A MISSION from Q for months now, this week marks our official push of the song on a big level. Your local station should have On A Mission, so call them up and request it. We are going big in 09 with Q Da Kid and your support is much appreciated.
Please request that song for us!

On another note… As a label, we stay committed to providing new platforms for new artists to get their shine. We are committed to the community. If the community is successful, we will be successful. Please keep uploading your videos on our Myspace page. We all check those out…(JD, Core DJs, Q and the staff) all the time – watching battles, looking at the winners, and even approving the videos. Make sure to keep those tracks radio friendly or we cannot approve them. Those are the rules. Nothing is worse than hearing 4 minutes of a hot track, only to have the last lyric be the N-word and we gotta deny.
Keep it clean! And if you do use the N-word, say it early in the track so we can deny it quick and don’t have to listen to the whole thing!!! LOL

Keep an eye out for more big news and big opps from TAG Records in 09. We have some crazy plans.

Go request On A Mission on your local radio station… keep uploading tracks, and stay tuned. Oh yeah… pick up some bodyspray too. That is important. Smell good in 09. That is our motto.

Much success!! Thank you for supporting the movement!

– MGMT

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With the new year coming up fast (less than 12 hours for the East Coast), we thought it prudent to throw a fresh new look and name for the blog.

Keep checking back soon for exciting news on the way for THE WORD and how you can participate in the community.

header_imge_03Keep it fresh.  MAKE HISTORY

anthony_hamiltonQ da Kid new single with Anthony Hamilton produced by JD: “Forgive Them” on JD’s new blog,q-da-kid1 GLOBAL14.com

This is going to be a hit!

JD, Q and Anthony Hamilton Livin’ the Life video

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BEST OF BOTH OFFICES:

Q da Kid Livin’ the Dream Part 2, feat Busta Rhymes and Ron Browz:

gakcity One of our favorite NYC hip hop focused blogs, GAK City.com, interviews Q and gets to the bottom of the who, the what, the when, where and how he became TAG Records’s first recording artist, Q da Kid.

GAK City promises to have more Q exclusive content on the way, stay tuned.

The Rise and Fall of the Franchise:

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Jermaine Dupri, the Core DJs and TAG Records are always looking for the finest MCs out there. If you think you’re fresh enough, upload your hottest tracks onto our MySpace page, battle to be a Top MC and you could make history. Got it? Cool. Then step up and get in the battle.

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XXL Mag recently interviewed TAG Records’ Q da Kid.

Read the full article

“Q Da Kid may be a relatively new of name to some, but expect that to soon change. The Brooklyn bred rapper has been working closely with producer/entrepreneur Jermaine Dupri for the last couple years and is now ready to let his voice be heard.

A former member of the group Da Franchise (with Gravy and Red Café), Q signed to thexxlmag-logo newly launched TAG Records this past summer as their first artist. Backed by the support of JD and a strong marketing campaign, he is preparing to release his debut, It Was All A Dream, in the first quarter of 2009.”

knux A few short posts ago, Q da Kid and the Knux took the stage together for HOT 97 in NYC.  Now they are appearing in my hometown of Dallas, TX tonight at the House of Blues with Q – Tip and the Cool Kids as part of the 2K Sports Bounce Tour

The Chicago Tribune writes of this Hip Hop duo:

“They pepper their beats with rock guitars that chug like the Cars and new-wave keyboards that suggest Depeche Mode. Tag-team vocals blend a Southern drawl with a darker, brooding tone reminiscent of Gothic rappers Gravediggaz. But Kream and Almillio also love melody. They don’t import hook doctors to sing the choruses; they do the job themselves.”

Speaking of the 2K Bounce Tour, the SF Examiner caught a show last week and blogged: “I did NOT expect a reunion of A Tribe Called Quest, an impromptu stint by Too Short and the breakdown of “Vivrant Thing” happening right in front of me. Off. The. Hook”


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