Posts Tagged ‘unreleased’

A.O. emerges with a new album “Episode 3:  A Force to Be Reckoned With”| @THEAGENCYHQ

Tuesday, December 19th, 2017



After picking up from Episode 1 and 2, A.O. unveils a new album Episode 3:  A Force to Be Reckoned With to be released on December 31st. Throughout his career, the Agency Operative has gone through a series of transformation to reach this point as a hip-hop artist. From writing in a journal to writing rhymes. Quickly, he went from playing trumpet to being a vocalist.

Shortly thereafter, there was a setback in which AO had to take a hiatus. The first album didn’t meet the financial success expected. So, the Agency Operative held back on releasing more projects. The first one could’ve been the last. The reason for creating another project would be – AO does not give up so quickly. Even though “Episode 1” did not reach financial success, the album did give him a better perception of how the music industry works.


Another reason for putting out another project is that the graduate of TCNJ in 2009 has not seen much change in the economy. The job market continues to be limited to job opportunities. Not much has changed from the first album in 2011 to the current album in 2015. After graduation, A.O. continues to work temporary jobs with no offers for a permanent position. He decided to take his life in a new direction.

From the beginning, AO went by the stage name, King Kong. The reason for the name change was due to getting legal rights to the name. With that being said, the new name is  “The A.G.E.N.C.Y Operative.” Agency is an acronym (Agent Geared for Emissary to Navigate through Critical Conditions without yielding). Operative means secret agent. The Agency Operative is the secret agent of The Agency Headquarters and the name of the label. In 2010, the label launched, and the first single was “So Hot.”

What’s next?

With seven years into the game, the current status of A.O. is to continue with the mission. The third installment of his discography “Episode 3: A Force to be Reckoned With” will be released. “Episode 3: A Force to be Reckoned With” and will be available on Itunes and Google Play on December 31, 2017. Also, you can pre-order his album before its official launch.

As an agent on a mission, the journey will continue to fulfill the mission statement.  Connect with A.O. to be one of the first to download his latest project.








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Lil Boosie May Be Released From Prison in a Few Months

Monday, September 16th, 2013


Lil Boosie, currently locked up on drug charges, could be seeing freedom very soon.

Jeff Weiss, the journalist who covered the Baton Rouge rapper’s trial for “Rolling Stone,” spoke to Boosie’s attorneys who shared info regarding his release and new music. Weiss tweeted what he knows, and apparently the judge has agreed to return Boosie’s hard drive containing unreleased music. He also said Boosie should be a free man in “no more than four to five months from today.”

Here’s to hoping Boosie’s attorneys know what they’re talking about.

Watertower Music Announces Injustice: Gods Among Us – The Album

Thursday, April 4th, 2013


injustice the album

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, WaterTower Music and DC Entertainment today announced Injustice: Gods Among Us – The Album, the music companion to the highly anticipated forthcoming game Injustice: Gods Among Us. The album will be available at all digital retailers on April 16th, the same date as the game’s release. The album will be available on CD April 23rd.


Injustice: Gods Among Us – The Album features an eclectic collection of new and unreleased music from a diverse array of artists. The set of songs fires off with  the heart-pounding offering from Rise Against “Sight Unseen”, then delves into the sugary electric hooks of Depeche Mode’s “Angel,” the eccentric pop jams of Portugal.The Man on “Evil Friends”, and the whirling synth jams of MSTRKRFT on “Beard’s Again”.  The mix of songs will appeal to fans of both the artists and the game.


Check out the first song to be made available from the album. Stream “THISKIDSNOTALRIGHT” by genre-bending AWOLNATION HERE via Rolling Stone.



Injustice: Gods Among Us – The Album


1. Rise Against – “Sight Unseen”


3. Portugal. The Man – “Evil Friends”

4. Minus The Bear – “Walk On Air”

5. Depeche Mode – “Angel”

6. Pictureplane -” Pure War”

7. The Faint – “This Is Is Is Is Pain”

8. MSTRKRFT – “Beards Again”

9. Jacob Plant – “Fallen”

10. Killer Mike – “Villain”

11. Zeus – “Refusal To Die”





Stay tuned in the coming weeks as additional songs from the album are unrolled prior the album’s release.

High Seas High Jinks To Ensue As One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 Comes To North America

Monday, January 21st, 2013


NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. today announced that ONE PIECE: PIRATE WARRIORS™ 2 for PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system will be coming to North America in summer 2013. ONE PIECE: PIRATE WARRIORS 2 is an action adventure game developed by TECMO KOEI GAMES and is based off of ONE PIECE, one of the most widely read and popular manga and anime series in the world.

Players will be able to set off on grand adventures with well-beloved characters such as Luffy, Sanji, Zoro and the rest of the Straw Hat crew to explore and conquer island after island while traveling through the New World. With playable characters from the original title along with never before seen characters joining the battle, fans can enjoy seeing whole line-ups of theirfavorite ONE PIECE characters springing to action, including Eneru for the first time ever on PS3.

ONE PIECE fans will explore wondrous and mysterious island environments in the bizarre realm beyond the Grand Line while they sail through uncharted territories, including previously unreleased stages such as Skypiea.

The on-going partnership between TECMO KOEI GAMES and NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc. melds top quality fighting action with the phenomenally widespread manga franchise to produce a truly swashbuckling video game experience. By leveraging the simple controls from the Dynasty Warriors series, players will be able to enjoy new intensive tactical action in conjunction with the expanded roster of character appearances.

“The successful collaboration between TECMO KOEI GAMES and NAMCO BANDAI Games will provide excitement never seen before, surpassing the previous title with more of Dynasty Warrior’s excitement and ONE PIECE’s wildly popular adventures,” says Wyman Jung, Associate Brand Manager at NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. “Our goal is to bring a fresh and riveting gameplay experience fit for fans aspiring to be the next Pirate King.”

ONE PIECE: PIRATE WARRIORS 2 is slated to launch in North America in summer 2013 for the PlayStation 3 system. Formore information on NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. game titles and products, please visit Follow the ONE PIECE: PIRATE WARRIORS 2 conversation on Twitter

2 Unreleased 2Pac Disses Released (Watch Ya Mouth, NY 87)

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

Here we go with 2 unreleased tracks from the late, great 2Pac that surfaced today out of nowhere. Pac is letting off shots on everyone, as on the first track “Watch Ya Mouth” 2Pac disses Dr.Dre, Nas, Biggie, Bad Boy, De La Soul and others get it too. On the second track, “NY 87″ shots are fired towards B.I.G., Nas, Mobb Deep as well as other emcee’s.

Watch Ya Mouth

NY 87

50 Cent – Come Over Tonight [’07 Lost Tape]

Monday, March 7th, 2011

50 Cent wanted Usher on this track but the feature didn’t go through. Check out this unreleased track from 2007

Chamillionaire Speaks On Unreleased Pimp C Song

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

During his Ustream session the other day, Chamillionaire had revealed having legitimate access to an unreleased Pimp C song but not being able to release it together with Venom, under his departure contract with Universal Records. Cham now explains the situation in detail to The Source.

When it comes to the Pimp C song, that’s something that’s just magical for my fanbase. We’re not talking about Lady GaGa or Justin Bieber fans, I’m talking about people that watched me grow this whole way. And I wanted to keep that one thing for them. Just to keep it real with those people that have been with me this whole way. And I wanted Pimp C’s family to be able to make some money off of the record because his wife was the one who gave it to me. In negotiations I wanted that song when I was leaving and they told me they wanted to make a majority off the song, it was like a crazy number. I wouldn’t have made nothing and the family wouldn’t have made nothing, so I didn’t see why I would do it. So I just gave it back to his wife. I’d rather you go sell it to somebody else and make some money than this corporation making all this money off of this record. It didn’t make sense.