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LUVANDHIPHOP.COM New Music Video "Shivery Ain't Dead" Goes Viral

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NEW YORK, July 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Love & Hip Hop is one of the most popular and entertaining reality shows on TV but the question many people are asking is where's the love? Spiritual advisor and hip hop life coach Mongo Slade, who is also known as the Superflythug, says, "People are so accustomed to the hate that they overlook the love which is why he decided to write the love song titled 'shivery ain't dead.' "

With promotional help from rising star and Internet sensation King Keraun, "shivery ain't dead" has gone viral reaching over 1 million views. "Hip Hop gets a bad rap because truthfully most artists have nothing but love for the game. Shivery ain't dead gives you that deep, down, filthy, hardcore love people truly desire which is why when you see this video you will get the chills," says King Keraun.

Shivery ain't dead is the first video from the "LUV AND HIP HOP: SILK CITY" motion picture soundtrack. The soundtrack features hit songs from hot rising stars such as Nitty Scott MC, Zone, Nena, and Nook Supastar. The soundtrack will be available on iTunes and Amazon on July 14th. In the meantime, the entire album can be streamed for free at

The Luv And Hip Hop soundtrack is the first release from D2R LIVE, which is a unique conglomerate of artists and creative entrepreneurs working together to help turn dreams to reality.

"As a spiritual advisor and spokesperson for D2R LIVE my main objective is to help people find the silver linings inside of dusty dungeons thus exploring their deepest fears while standing before me naked. Once a person is stripped down to their naked essentials I usually put hands on them so they can feel the love needed to get back out there, get to the money and live their dreams," explained Mongo Slade.

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