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"Nate Abney wkdu 91.7fm Philly"

Dope track. I like the production. I'm feeling the rhymes. This definitely a throwback track.
Nate Abney wkdu 91.7fm Philly
- Nate Abney

"L-Precise Canadian DJ"

L-Precise is one of the biggest djs outta Canada and is one the Top djs from The Bum
Squad djz which is the larget mixshow dj click. He likes your track and that is a PLUS
for you.
- Rap Attack Lives

"JTyme X104"

JTyme is one of Seattles longest running Djs and respected. His show on X104 is one of
the few outlets u can hear independent and underground Hip Hop. To get your track played
on there plus he likes it is another PLUS for you.
- Rap Attack Lives


I like the beat from the intro to the breakdown into the nice horn-ish beat. I like the chorus a lot too! Great call-and-response type chorus, would be cool if the response was a 'right here' kinda thing for a live show. Good solid underground track, good for college radio!
- Rap Attack Lives


What's up Nes? That new DKLA joint is fiya homie. They outta LA? I'm really feel it and gonna blast it off this weekend on the show. Are they doing any drops? Let me know when you get a chance. Thanks,


- Rap Attack Lives

"Rap Attack Top 30"

Last Week /This Week
3 1
ARASH howudoin? SoFull Ent.
6 2
J THE S Automatic Greater Good
5 3
ROYCE DA 5'9" Shake This One Records
14 4
JOHNNY POLYGON I Been Runnin Future Green
12 5
Que Pasa Soul On Rice Music
7 6 BLACK O.C. Boom Box
Jeigh B. Records
8 7 THAD REID The Reason
13 8
Get Out The Way Brick
9 9
P.O.S. Drumroll Rhymesayers
11 10
Grustlin' New Realm Records
21 11 MANTIS One For The Money
Across The Board Ent.
26 12
PORTABLE PAYBACK Relax Ill Thought Ent.
24 13
MAYDAY! On 2 Somethin' Latchkey Recordings
16 14
SOMOBE Red Green Blue
Got' Em Productions
23 15
SAB Get Life Heiro Imperium
NEW 16
Heat Soulspazm
NEW 17 DKLA All Over The World
Zeal Entertainment
20 18
Holla At Your Boy LRT/Hellafyde/UMVD
NEW 19
N.A.S.A. Samba Soul Epitaph
10 20
M16 Them Cars Flavor Fruit Ent.
22 21 EMSKEE From The Heart Goon Trax/Media Factory
1 22
DUO LIVE Shootin
Redemption Music
15 23 RAPPER BIG POOH The Comeback
NEW 24
PUGSLEE ATOMZ Wait & See Enhoes Music
NEW 25
B-REAL Fire Duck Down
25 26
EVIDENCE The Layover EP Decon
2 27
19 28
A-ALIKES Explode Guerilla Nation
18 29 KAMAL SUPREME I Go To War For You
Revolutionaryart/ Soulgriots
17 30
THE PACKAGE Making Waves
PKG Records - rapattacklives.com

"Mike Nardone play list"

Jan 18, 2009

Artist Song

DJ Babu ft Kardinal Offishall & Rakaa Two Feet

Azeem Ghettofarian Style

Ill Bill White Nigger

Recordkingz ft Mobb Deep Heat

Castor Pollux & Oddity The Soundtrack

Ill Poetic ft Eternia & Reef The Lost Cauze Souled Out

Treacherous Three Yes We Can Can

Heltah Skeltah Insane

Chief Chinchilla ft Ra Da Rugged Man Fall Down Brew

Jake One ft Elzhi & Royce Da 5' 9" Glow

GZA ft Masta Killa & RZA

Grouch & Eligh Say G & E
Elzhi Colors

Now On The Answer

The Visionaries

Skillz 2008 Rap Up

Fashawn ft Evidence Our Way

B-Real ft Damian Marley

A-Alikes No Savior

Johnson & Johnson A Picture Perfect

Cubbiebear Danger Ape

L-Roneous "L" chemy
Kail Booty Wand

Royce Da 5' 9" Shake This

East Coast Avengers ft Termanology & Apathy

Devin the Dude The Truth

The Snowgoons ft Eternia The Spell

Johnny Polygon I've Been Runnin

Lords of the Underground Psycho

Josh Martinez Fight or Fuck
2 B Bully Pulpit

Primeridian ft No Mercy
Change The Meridian

Grandmaster Flash ft Q-Tip, Jumz & Kel Spencer Shine All Day

2 Mex ft Lord Zen, Life Rexall, Brother J & Sach Metronome Click

R-Kitech ft Buckshot & Keith Murray No Props

Chris Lowe The Non Stop

Git Beats ft Ark & Q How I Do

Evidence ft Defari Don't Hate

RZA ft Kool G Rap, Ghostface Killah & Tash Mahogany Whar

Cappadonna Somebody's Got To Go

DKLA Where You At?

Common Gladiator
Look Daggers - KXLU Radio

"Rap Attack Lives"


DKLA is one of the hottest new up and coming Hip-Hop groups in 2009. With their rhythmic old school vibes and new school flavor, you can't help but enjoy their music. This group is definitely on the right track & has the potential of becoming GREAT!

DKLA Where You At Zeal Entertainment (CHARTING AT # 4-HEAVY)

DKLA Where You At Zeal Entertainment (CHARTING AT # 13-MEDIUM)

NASTY-NES (CEO of RapAttackLives.com): "A breath of fresh air for Hip-Hop music & Hip-Hop! DKLA brings back the fun to Hip-Hop since it dropped off during the late 90's"

DJ Frresh (KPSU-Portland): "DKLA is pure FIYA! I like them a lot & they're bringing real Hip-Hop back."

DJ Yellow Cros (WRUV-VT): "I really like this track. The rappers have very creative flows that make me want to listen to what they are saying. They also have complementary flows to each other which improves the track. The beat, although somewhat simple as it is based off mostly a sample and a drum beat; the symbol that thrown in every once and a while keeps the beat fresh and I also like the sample of the woman singing during the chorus, it compliments the track. I think that the track could be improved if it had a build up free of the intro. All in all, this is a track that will make me look more into this artist"

DJ Sage (CFRO-Vancouver): " Definitely digging the energy of DKLA. Their music have dope beats and nice lyrics. Looking forward to their full length release"

DJ Bobby-G Thang (WXAC-PA): "When I first heard DKLA I liked it. I got the one of their cd's & the second track, "Where You At" is slammin!"

Peace, Love & Hip-Hop Unity,
4750 Kester Avenue, Ste. 11
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
Email: nastynes1@aol.com
MP3: nastynes818@gmail.com
2Way: nastynes1@tmail.com
AIM: nastynes1 or nastynes818
818 917-2217


MySpace.com Profiles:
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- Nasty Nes (C.E.O.)

"Music Connection"

"Hooks and catch-phrases abound from this rap duo whose recordings are adeptly mixed to allow for maximum vocla clarity. "Where You At?" is a perfect example. "Ungodly" ventures into uncharted territory and is a sort of Ying Yang Twins take with a cool techno/synth vibe. "Nights Like This" sucks you right in with its Tribe Called Quest influence. That's the thing about this act: thay gaze back for inspiration but work hard to com up with new twist. There's still work to be done, however, especially more polishing of their hooks." - Music Connection

"D.K.L.A. Hit's Top 5"


1 CHOCLAIR The Essence Never So Deep

2 DJ L
Take It To The Top Koch

Sweet Sixteen Soul On Rice Music

4 DKLA Where You At Zeal Entertainment (NEW)

Living Proof S*E

- Rap Attack Lives


D.K.L.A. Track Record: Offensive Linemen/Produced by J-Rhyme written by J-Rhyme, DeElirious, and Anonymous Scratches by DJ Batman/ Independent Release 2000 Word on the Street/ Produced by J-Rhyme written by J-Rhyme, DeElirious, and Kyro/ Independent Release 2001 Pros and Cons. / DeElirious, and Kyro/ Independent Release 2001 Moment N Time/ Produced by Oji Pierce, written by DeElirious, Kyro, and Jewell/ 2002 Moonlite/ Produced by Andre Williams written by DeElirious and Kyro/2003 Crazy/ Produced by Jean Michelle, written by DeElirious, Kyro, and Lea/2003 Truth/ Produced by Oji Pierce, written by DeElirious, Kyro, and Will Gates/2004 Dance like This/ Produce by Jean Michelle, written by DeElirious and Kyro/2004 Gentlemans Theme/ Produce by Jean Michelle, written by DeElirious and Kyro/2004 Life Is/ Produce by Aaron, written by DeElirious, Kyro, and Light/2005 The Waiting Period (Album), produced by DeElirious, written by DeElirious and Kyro/2007 Where You At (Single), written and produced by DeElirious and Kyro/2008 Ungodly (Single), written and produced by DeElirious and Kyro/2008 Day in the life Pt.4 (Single), produced by DeElirious, written by DeElirious, Kyro, Skeet, and Shammy Dee/ 2008 Nobody Move (Single), produced by Shammy Dee, written by DeElirious, Kyro, Skeet, Shammy Dee/2008 What if "Remix" (Single), produced by Proph Fil, written by DeElirious and Kyro/2008, Summertime "Remix" (Single) produced by DeElirious, written by DeElirious and Kyro/2008 Day in the life Pt.2 "Remix"(Single), produced by DeElirious, written by DeEliriou and Kyro/2008



Two men from separate paths joined by one common interest, the love for Hip-Hop. As DeElirious and Kyro come together to form the all mighty duo D.K.L.A. (DeElirious and Kyro’s Language Arts), they create a unique world of cultivated rhymes and captivating melodies. D.K.L.A. is a lyrical and production duo, derived from the underground hip-hop world. Emcees DeElirious and Kyro each bring a wide assortment of musical talent that when combined, creates a mind boggling result that leaves you yearning for more. Many have said that they are a throwback to the golden-era of hip-hop, reminiscent of such groups as A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, and Leaders of the New School, just to name a few. D.K.L.A. began their journey back in the fall of 1993, as two creative kids dropping heartfelt rhymes into a karaoke machine. It wasn’t long before they both realized that music was something they wanted to do for the rest of their lives. Years later, they would emerge into what is brought forth to the masses today, a couple of hip-hoppers who still remain kids at heart. During their quest, D.K.L.A. has branched into numerous fields of entertainment. DeElirious, during his years attending college at the University of Miami, became a recognizable voice on a popular radio show, hosted by DJ Klarc Shepard and himself. Although the show had great success, Dee felt that there was something still missing in the equation. He would later link up with a hip-hop crew, known as the “Mic Intellects”, and record his first release, “Offensive Linemen”. Their single would later gain some popularity amongst the Miami scene. Meanwhile, on the west coast, Kyro recorded a couple of non-released singles with his crew, known as “The Hip-Hop Soldier Click”. This group had a reputation for their relentless rap battles. Although both of these young men have experienced their share of individual highlights, they still felt the need to fill a certain void missing from their equation of success. Ultimately, Dee would pack his bags and head for Los Angeles, where he would eventually reconnect with Kyro and begin their new quest and form the mighty duo. With their debut release of their album, “The Waiting Period” in 2007, they definitely have shown a lot of promise for the future. With strong passions for their craft and their unconditional love of the game, D.K.L.A. intends on preserving hip-hop to its natural state.