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Akron's Number One Hip Hop Artist Welcomes LeBron James Back to Ohio

UPublish story by MICHAEL MOSLEY

In accordance with the recent announcements regarding Lebron James’ return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, M3 records Ohio has re-released their two-part tribute song online available for free download at http://Lebron.ProFlowRadio.com. The song will also be added to Maxheat’s upcoming solo album titled “YOLO: Musopoly”, which is scheduled to be released late summer 2014. Until then, curious ears can go and sample or download the entire two-part song entitled, “King Pain”, free of charge. “The songs are like combining the athletic accuracy, grace and dominance of Michael Jordan with the aggression and passion of say Tupac. It’s hot”, said Max of Millennium Music Mission Records (M3 Records). The two-part adventure sky rockets as soon as you hit the play button with a dynamic interweaving of words, instruments, and emotions leaving you overwhelming shell-shocked and yearning for more. “We just strive to prove our credibility and maintain the highest esteem in creative pro audio production and we support LeBron like a home town should,” stated Nujam Ceo.

M3 Records released the “King James: King Me” song medley for public download on February 5th 2004 with intentions to give fans a special groove officially from Akron natives to capture the true essence of the city. Who knows when the denial of the state will break, but the Mad Max heat wave is soon to spread like a wildfire while resistors underestimate into submission. M3 Records is a media system corporation based in Akron Ohio. Any questions or comments can be addressed at the source, www.maxheat.com.


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