Bronx, NY, June 20, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Former Defjam recording artist Mysonne has a new video called "Do It Like This". Spate Magazine was on the set to check out the pretty ladies and hangout with him for a while. Mysonne was signed to Defjam records back in 1999 then went to jail for seven years. Now Mysonne is back and his crew member of Wanna Blow Entertainment Jae Millz is ready to take on the world. The video is filmed in the Bronx where Mysonne was born and raised. Mysonne represents the Bronx to the fullest in everything he does. Even promoting events with starts such as Neyo, Tank, Joe, Trey Songz, Tyrese and more at the Utopian Theater in the Bronx. Helping Jae Millz to enter the music business and watching him go from street battles to being respected in the rap game Mysonne has also grown lyrically and spiritually. Now he is focused on his career and working out deals with major labels.
You can see clips of the video here
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Prior to his incarceration, Mysonne built a strong buzz via mixtape appearances as well as guest spots on Violator's The Album: V2.0 compilation, DMX's Great Depression and Mase's Double Up. Despite his numerous guest verses, he never released his debut album, Life Teaches and Reality Bites.
Mysonne hasn't been forgotten. Jae Millz has constantly shouted him out as well as featured him on his mixtapes over the last few years.
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