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Bettie Grind (@BettieGrind) — “Mercy Of The Court” (Video)

Crown Town’s Betty Mayweather returns with new visuals and lyrics detailing the plight and consequences of urban man’s life when it intersects with the modern day justice system. “Mercy Of The Court” will appear on the Charlotte natives’ new album, … Continue reading

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Bettie Grind (@BettieGrind) — “Gucci Size 11” (Video)

Keeping on trend with other Carolina artists who are releasing longer videos with more in depth story lines (see Dirty Dave’s “Charleston” and Feli Fame’s “Dirty Laundry: Greed Has No Face“), Charlotte, NC’s Bettie Grind gives “Gucci Size 11” a … Continue reading

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The Top Carolina Hip Hop Releases Of 2012

Well y’all, 2012 is officially about over. Are you happy with how your brand prospered and flourished in 2012? Did you achieve all of the intended goals for your business? In 2012, the Carolina hip hop scene had a great … Continue reading

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Shoot Dem Down: Bettie Grind (@BettieGrind) Dispels Rumors On His Background, The Importance Of Education, #ME & Success As An Independent Artist

Here’s something that baffles me often: the way people gossip and tell untruths on other folks. Especially people they don’t know. Hip hop, especially right here in the Carolinas, is good for that. I hear all kinds of stories about … Continue reading

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