Soul Assassins Radio with guests, Get Busy Committee
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Podcast: Soul Assassins Radio (7/25/11) (w/ Get Busy Committee)

We’ve teamed up with the Soul Assassins family to bring you another weekly podcast for your listening pleasure. From now until an indefinite future, we’ll be posting a free podcast of DJ Muggs and Mr. Choc’s weekly Sirius/XM show, Soul Assassins Radio, on Tuesdays, following its live broadcast on Monday evenings. The show airs every Monday night at 8-10 p.m. PST on XM66 & Shade 45, or 5-7 p.m. EST time. For this episode of SA Radio, two-thirds of the Get Busy Committee make a visit to the studios…
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Get Busy Committee: Pay Me In Ass (Music Video)

If you haven’t picked up the Get Busy Committee’s 2010 debut, Uzi Does It, do yourself a favor and cop one ASAP! The trio — consisting of Apathy, Ryu, and producer Scoop Deville — are dropping some serious heat. Here’s the latest visual from the group for a brand new song, titled “Pay Me In Ass,” shot unplanned and unscripted and on the move while in Las Vegas for the MAGIC tradeshow. Some of the clip has some L.A. footage, and features cameos…
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Photos: Get Busy Committee, True Love & False Idols Collabo Celebration

Over the weekend (March 5), two-thirds of the Get Busy Committee (Scoop Deville and Ryu) headed into California’s Ventura County for an event celebrating a special tee collaboration with clothing brand True Love & False Idols (TLFI), at streetwear retailer Tradition’s shop in Thousand Oaks. During the event, GBC closed out the evening with an in-store performance, while Tradition showcased the TLFI pop-up shop and released their…
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Get Busy Committee: Opening Ceremony (Music Video)

So starts the new video, “Opening Ceremony”, from Get Busy Committee, the bi-coastal (Cali to CT) supergroup made up of Ryu (Styles of Beyond, Fort Minor), Apathy (Demigodz), and Scoop Deville. Directed by founder of True Love & False Idols, Alex/2tone, “Opening Ceremony” follows follows “Dancin’ On Ya Grave”, as the first tracks from a forthcoming 2011 release. Their debut project, Uzi Doez It, dropped in late 2009 to critical acclaim…
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