DJBooth.net Gets Plugged in “MarkyLand TV Issue #1”

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG Washington, D.C. -- Marky, the D.C. native and reader favorite who earned rave reviews for his Booth-exclusive "Marky Said Knock You Out" freestyle, has kicked off a new MarkyLand TV online video series. In addition to giving fans a glimpse of the emcee's day-to-day activities, from recording to performing live to enjoying a little baseball, Issue #1 finds Marky shouting out this very site as he checks his Email, advising all up-and-comers looking for exposure to drop us a line.



Marky's latest project, Markyland USA, is slated to drop in mid-summer, and the rapper is currently preparing to embark upon his College Radio Fall Road Trip promo tour.

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