Hip Hop Label, Dirty Block Music, pledges to donate sales from new single to help the nation’s homeless

— 5% of all sales of the newly released hit single “Talkin’ Bout Money” will be donated to homeless shelters

Topeka, KS (BlackNews.com) — As the economy continues to fluctuate, and with more and more record labels cutting corners to maximize profits, it’s refreshing to discover a label whose foundation is based on inspiration and elevation. With the highly anticipated “Talkin’ Bout Money” single released today, the company has devoted that 5% of total sales will be donated to homeless shelters in the communities of Washington, DC and Topeka, Kansas.

To explain the concept of the Dirty Block philosophy, CEO/Founder/Artist Zeem a.k.a SJ Hazim, comments: “Dirty Block Music, L.L.C., is not just a Record Label, it’s a way of life, a movement, better yet, think of Dirty Block Music as ‘Grown Man Conversation’. I feel our Record Label has a lot to bring to the music industry and especially the community. We are really making key connections within the music industry, and feel that our path as a company has been predestined by a higher calling.”

Zeem has been an underground sensation in the Topeka, KS area for quite sometime now. When asked about his relations in the Hip Hop community, he stated, “I have performed with many multi-platinum artist such as Lil Wayne, Juvenile, B.G. Turk, The Big Tymers, Krayzie Bone, Too Short, Yukmouth, Tech n9ne, Rich the Factor, Boy Big,etc.”

He continues, “I am currently creating new material with the legendary Young Noble from the group “The Outlawz”. The first Dirty Block Music compilation entitled “DIRTY BLOCK” features Young Noble, and is set for release in April of 2011. I am also working with legendary bay area DJ Pizo on his project called “Yard Full of Pits” as well as Baby Bam from the jungle brothers on a remix of “I’ll House You”. We can only anticipate with great excitement the release of future singles and projects.”

“Talkin’ Bout Money” may be purchased thru Electronic Music Distribution (EMD at www.dirtyblockmusic.com, iTunes.com and Tunecore.com), and 5% of all gross proceeds from the song will be donated to homeless shelters in Washington DC and Topeka, KS.

For further information or interviews, please contact info@dirtyblockmusic.com or 785-250-5520 for Zeem and 571-991-4998 for GOP. If you are an artist that wants to be heard, connect with them at Iamnot@groups.facebook.com – the only “Lyricist Lounge on Facebook” with over 1700 (and counting) contributions and networking connections in just a few weeks of existence.