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Here's a bit of news from the past 10 days in the world of urban music that already hasn't been covered here (or at least i dont think)

Chingy Fires Back At Nelly & Luda, New Diss Track

On Thursday Chingy was filled with more passion than probably anybody has heard the laid-back St. Louis playboy speak with in a long time. He's upset that people are calling him out, and he's not just talking about it, he's also rapping about it — on a dis record targeting Nelly called "We Got" that leaked online this week.

"I heard that song, boy; it ain't another, boy," he raps, backed by his crew, the Hood Starz. "Better keep my name out your mouth, boy/ ... I been discovered, boy; that's why you hatin', boy/ ... The media hyped you, boy/ KRS crushed you, boy/ ... Put up the chains, bars and the platinum teeth, boy/ And bring the drama beef, trouble to the streets, boy/ You started it, boy/ Well, I'mma finish, boy."

"I'mma run it down like this, ya dig? That record right there, that's some old material," Chingy said Thursday from St. Louis. "I done that when this all started. I'm gonna be real about it. I'm tired of these guys — I'm talking about Ludacris and Nelly — I'm tired of these guys taking shots at me in all these interviews and songs [with] subliminal shots. Business is business. I'm the one who sold 3 million records, and I'm still getting money back that [Disturbing Tha Peace] had in their possession. Ludacris knows what I'm talking about."

Earlier in the year, Chingy left Luda's DTP crew, citing mismanagement and claiming he wasn't receiving money that was owed to him. His squabbling with Nelly came about after Nelly's Sweat album was released in the fall and Chingy heard a record called "Another One" that he felt took a shot at him.

"I ain't hiding from it no more," Chingy said. "I ain't with all this foolishness, but if you gonna make songs about me and speaking about me in these interviews, I'm not gonna hide in no shell. At the end of the day, they spitting false talk and this is real talk. I ain't got nothing too much more to say about those guys. I'm trying do my thing with my music and my company and keep things moving. I'm done with all that bullcrap. I'mma shut it down right now."

Chingy said he was well aware that Luda and Nelly might also have some raps in store for him, and although he's noted that he's done making music about his nemeses, it doesn't mean that he's not armed with a stash of barbs.

"I prepare myself for the worst," Chingy said, implying he has more ammo ready just in case. "I prepare myself for the worst. So take it as that."

Chingy plans to drop an official single in the next few weeks. He's putting out "Leave With Me" featuring R. Kelly and is looking over video treatments now. "We're in the process of getting that together," he said.

Pharell to sue Reebok

Neptunes producer Pharrell Williams and his clothing company BBC are reportedly suing Reebok for $4 million in damages, alleging that the sports apparel giant violated a contract between the two parties.

Pharrell's clothing and footwear brand BBC (Billionaire Boys Club) filed a complaint in New York court Dec. 17, 2004, claiming that Reebok did not produce garments up to BBC's standards.

According to the complaint, Reebok personnel told BBC that Reebok could not produce the entire line of goods to meet BBC's approval "in a manner consistent with the design and quality standards and specifications required by BBC."

The grievance also stated that Reebok failed to ship clothing by the June 1, 2004 deadline.

"Reebok repeatedly assured BBC that the non-conforming and disapproved aspects of these samples would be corrected," the complaint stated. "Reebok, however, failed to correct these deficiencies."

Pharrell launched his collection of Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream footwear in September 2004 as part of a long-term licensing agreement between him and Reebok.

BBC is reportedly seeking a minimum of $1.6 million in damages on three counts of breach of contract.

A Reebok representative said the company declines comment during legal affairs.

Fight Over Eminem Lyrics Ready For Trial

The nasty legal war between Eminem and owners of The Source magazine over the white rapper's racist lyrics will go to trial, a federal judge ruled yesterday.

Manhattan federal Judge Gerard Lynch said he will have to hear all the facts before ruling on whether The Source violated the copyrights of Eminem's label, Shady Records, by publishing controversial excerpts of two songs — "Oh Foolish Pride" and "So Many Styles" — without permission.

The dispute centers on lyrics that 32-year-old Eminem, whose real name is Marshal Mathers, wrote as a teenager.

They include lyrics such as "black girls are dumb, and white girls are good chicks."

Source co-owners David Mays and Raymond Scott, who obtained copies of the songs, accused Eminem of racism.

Eminem apologized for the lyrics, but insisted The Source broke the law by publishing them.

Proud Jackson Turns Down Roll opposite 50 Cent

SAMUEL L JACKSON has turned down the chance to work with one of his movie icons - because it's in a film starring 50 CENT.

The actor has always wanted to work with Irish movie-maker JIM SHERIDAN and was thrilled when he heard he was being targeted for a new film by the IN AMERICA director - and then he realised the role was opposite rapper 50 Cent in his movie debut.

The actor has been extremely vocal about sharing the stage with unproven actors, and felt he had to turn down Sheridan's offer.

He says, "Hollywood people tend to think that because one is successful in one aspect of entertainment they can bring them into this particular world and make a success out of them.

"They ask people like me to be in a film with those people that they are kind of headlining and your name ends up behind them.

"If you do that, it sanctions the fact that these people come into this world and you think they are worthy of you sharing your time on screen with them. I don't particularly think that.

"A month or so ago, someone called me about the 50 Cent movie and I'm like, 'What are you calling me for?' I don't even need to read that because that's not something I want to do.

"I like listening to 50 Cent and I can groove to his music but I don't want to groove to him on screen, just yet. Maybe if he does five movies and he shows some talent.

"I mean how does he get to work with Jim Sheridan and I don't. What is it about 50 Cent that makes Jim Sheridan say, 'I'd really like to make a movie with him.'"

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"I heard that song, boy; it ain't another, boy," he raps, backed by his crew, the Hood Starz. "Better keep my name out your mouth, boy/ ... I been discovered, boy; that's why you hatin', boy/ ... The media hyped you, boy/ KRS crushed you, boy/ ... Put up the chains, bars and the platinum teeth, boy/ And bring the drama beef, trouble to the streets, boy/ You started it, boy/ Well, I'mma finish, boy."
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Nas & Kelis married in Atlanta

It’s official. Hip-hop’s golden son Nas and his proclaimed “wifey” Kelis have gotten married after a two-year engagement. The crazy-in-love hip-hop pair hitched Saturday (Jan. 8) in Atlanta, according to sources with AllHipHop.com.

The small ceremony consisted of only close friends and family, including Nas’ father Olu Dara, who appears on Nas’ latest song, “Bridging the Gap.” Nas' brother Jungle was the best man.

The smitten rapper proposed to Kelis on Christmas Eve 2002 at her mother’s home.

The two met at P. Diddy’s after-party for the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards, which Nas said he didn’t want to attend initially. His longtime producer friend Steve Stoute convinced him to fly to New York for the show on August 29. Nas proclaimed that the encounter with Kelis was love at first sight.

However contrary to the small gathering that took place, Nasir “Nas” Jones once professed that his wedding would be a grand ceremony in the song “Getting Married” off the Queensbridge rapper’s recently released Streets Disciple double LP.

“[We] spoke on eloping, but then I deaded the thought/’cause she deserves Cinderella's ball and the whole s**t,” Nas raps.

Before the wedding, a source reportedly revealed that a secret wedding would be surprising since Nas seemed to want a large, traditional service. But plans of a covert ceremony emerged when Kelis reportedly cancelled a London concert.

A spokesperson for the London nightspot, Club Koko, where Kelis was supposed to perform, said the Harlem songstress called off the show due to last-minute plans. "She simply told us she couldn't honor the commitment,” the rep told a UK publication. “We didn't even know she was getting married this week."

Nas recently talked up his lady in an interview with AllHipHop.com last summer, describing Kelis as his perfect match. “Everything is just easy. Even when s**t is crazy with me and her, s**t is easy at the same time,” Nas said. “I’m an easygoing person and she’s that way too in a lot of ways. She’s a Leo so she’s fiery too but everything is just easy.”

Kelis, too, admitted that she and Nas have a laid-back relationship, telling Trace magazine recently that the duo often listen to jazz records together. She also said that unlike many other famous couples, their relationship is solid.

Nas ends his song “Getting Married” with, “I'm stayin’/I'm sayin’ vows all true/Will you take music as your wedded wife? I Do/Sike, this ain't about music, y'all know who I'm talkin' to/I'm getting married.” The rest is kismet.

Nas will return to music at the end of January to promote his latest double album, Streets Disciple.

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Nice One BacknBlack maybe me and you should team up on this topic and just post news when we know it hey

Benzino "He didn't squash it", The Beef

A truce isn't a truce if both parties don't agree. That seems to be the case in the ongoing beef between Eminem and Benzino.

While Eminem has said that he would like to end all of his rivalries, the co-owner of The Source magazine said he isn't buying it.

"These guys are all about spin," Benzino said Tuesday. "He never wanted to squash the beef. He said in another publication that he would never sit down with me. If he did want to come forth and address these issues, that would be a great thing because of his influence. But he's never had the desire to sit down with me."

In fact, Benzino has crafted "Look Into My Eyes" as a response to Slim Shady's "Like Toy Soldiers," which featured the fictional murder of D12 member Proof. The video picks up where "Like Toy Soldiers" leaves off: In the opening scene, an Eminem lookalike calls a character named Jimmy (presumably a reference to Interscope Records honcho Jimmy Iovine) from the hospital to tell him that he wants to get out of the business because he's been scared by Proof's death.

"He's dead, he's dead — they killed him, Jimmy," the Eminem character says. The Jimmy character tries to calm Eminem down, reminding him that he said there would be casualties. However, Eminem cannot be consoled and says he wants to quit.

While Benzino is never named by either character, it is insinuated that he's to blame for Proof's death. As the video continues, there are shots of police raiding a warehouse where Benzino and his crew are holed up. While Benzino isn't killed on camera, he is later shown as an angel rising to heaven, and at the end of the video, "Jimmy" telephones someone and says, "It's done."

"The guy that shoots Proof in ['Like Toy Soldiers'] is supposed to be me," Benzino said. "What he's so afraid of happening in that video happens in the 'hood every day. I have lost three friends — one of them died in my arms — like that. 'Look Into My Eyes' addresses all of that. He's never gone through what we've been through in the 'hood."

The autobiographical "Look Into My Eyes" also chronicles Benzino's turbulent life, including the incarceration of his father and the MC's years growing up on the mean streets of Boston. The song serves as the first offering from the rapper's forthcoming LP, Archnemisis, which is slated for release on February 22.

The beef between Benzino and Eminem has been long-running and well-documented. Most recently, it was reported that the two parties would settle at least some of their differences in court.

Representatives for Eminem had no comment at press time.

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THE REGIME MIXTAPE 'All Out War' will be in the streetz real soon, the mixtape will feature Gameova Pt I & II and will also feature the Gameova II music video. The mixtape will feature artists such as; YUKMOUTH, TECH N9NE, GONZOE, KENNY KINGPEN, AMP-PACINO, YOUNG SKRILLA, MONSTA GUNJAH, MARC SHIEST, LIL FLIP, SILVER BACK GUERILLAZ, C-Bo & many more...

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I actually think Eminem really does want to end all of his beef.

I'm sorry, but if I was Eminem, I wouldn't want to sit down and have a chat to make things better with an asshole like Benzino, either. He's such a fucking prick it's not even funny.

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Ms Dynamite is back

on Radio 1 they had a first play of her new material (last Tuesday).

It was a track called 'Judgement Day' and it will feature on her album, which is due out in the first half of this year.

Ms Dynamite told us what she's been up to:

"Since everyone last saw me, I've been being a mum, which I've really, really enjoyed."

"I'm really glad that I've taken time out with my son - I love him so much."

"But, I'm at a stage now where's he's becoming more independent, and going to nursery now."

"I feel totally comfortable with coming back to work - I'm dying to get back on the stage to sing, perform and get back out there."

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Cant find an official article, but here's a bit of Tech N9ne news.

The movie to be released later this year, "Be Cool" featuring The Rock, Uma Thurman & John Travolta will apparently feature a track on the soundtrack by, the one and only.....Tech N9ne. "Jellysicle" (Jealous Sick) will be the track, according to Tech N9ne who went on a radio station in Kansas City and said it would be on the soundtrack, even though many "official" soundtrack tracklistings dont have it.

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The brit awards 2005 are on the horizon and today the following list of nominations were released (btw sorry not of everyone is urban on the list)

British Male Solo Artist

Jamie Cullum



The Streets

Will Young

British Female Solo Artist

Amy Winehouse


Joss Stone

Natasha Bedingfield

PJ Harvey

British Group

Franz Ferdinand




Snow Patrol

Mastercard British Album

Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand

Keane - Hopes and Fears

Muse - Absolution

Snow Patrol - Final Straw

The Streets - A Grand Don't Come For Free

British Single

Band Aid 20 - Do They Know It's Christmas?

Jamelia - Thank You

LMC vs U2 - Take Me To The Clouds Above

Shapeshifters - Lola's Theme

Will Young - Your Game

British Breakthrough Act

Franz Ferdinand

Joss Stone


Natasha Bedingfield

The Zutons

British Urban Act

Dizzee Rascal


Joss Stone


The Streets

British Rock Act

Franz Ferdinand



Snow Patrol

The Libertines

British Live Act

Franz Ferdinand

Jamie Cullum



The Libertines

BRITs25: The Best Song Award

Joy Division - Love Will Tear Us Apart

Kate Bush - Wuthering Heights

Queen - We Are The Champions

Robbie Williams - Angels

Will Young - Leave Right Now

Pop Act

Avril Lavigne

Girls Aloud

Natasha Bedingfield



International Male Solo Artist

Brian Wilson


Kanye West

Tom Waits


International Female Solo Artist

Alicia Keys


Gwen Stefani


Kylie Minogue

International Group

Green Day

Maroon 5


Scissor Sisters


International Album

Killers - Hot Fuss

Maroon 5 - Songs About Jane

OutKast - Speakerboxxx/The Love Below

Scissor Sisters - Scissor Sisters

U2 - How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb

International Breakthrough Act


Kanye West


Maroon 5

Scissor Sisters

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Rapper Ras Kass has been released from Corcoran State Prison in California, after serving almost 2 yearsfor a third DUI conviction.

The rapper was released on December 21, 2004.

In January of 2003, Ras Kass was supposed to surrender to California authorities to serve a mandatory 9 months for the conviction.

Instead of surrendering, the rapper went on the run to protest what he labeled a “slave” deal with Priority Records.

His flight sparked conversation in Hip-Hop circles of his whereabouts. In May of 2003, he finally surrendered to authorities, after spending 5 months on the run.

Ras Kass’ highly anticipated CD Goldyn Chyld was never released by Priority, as was the case with his anticipated album Van Gogh, which was shelved due to rampant internet bootlegging.

In May, lawyers representing Ras Kass filed a civil complaint in the Los Angeles County Superior Court against Priority Records.

The rapper’s lawsuit alleged that Priority breached their agreement, by distributing two of the four albums Ras Kass recorded over a period of 9 years.

“I want what is fair; all I want is to create great music, have the proper team behind me, and be the artist that I am,” Ras Kass said in a previous statement. “I am prepared to do what it takes in order to be released from this ugly situation.”

Litigation in the case continues.


Wel I'm a big fan of Ras Kass, so I'm very happy about this. I hope he gets off of Priority records soon and makes one hell of an album. He definately is one of the best in the west.

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Young Buck Rumours of leaving G-Unit Records

Rumours have been flying around the internet that G-Unit Member Young Buck (Real Name David Darnell Brown) who was charged for the stabbing of Jimmy Jame Johnson in an altercation involving Johson/Brown/Dr.Dre at the vibe awards. Brown has been rumoured to have left the superstar rap group and returned to his old Record Label UTP. More information as we get it.

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Lil' Wayne Update

We got confirmation that Lil' Wayne is still under contract with Cash Money Records but that he's indeed been approached by several big labels. Lil' Wayne's next album will drop in Spring 2005.

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The Supreme Court makes a decision on the word PIMP

Rappers from Snoop Dogg to 50 Cent and Nelly have used the word "pimp" in both its negative and positive subtexts in their rhymes, but controversy over "pimp" recently spilled into the courts, leading to a decision supporting the term's usage.

The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday (Jan. 4) in favor of ESPN, stating that the sports channel's use of "pimp" on their website was intended as a compliment.

Motorcycle stunt specialist Evel Knievel sued ESPN for libel after a photo of Knievel alongside his wife and another woman appeared on ESPN.com with the caption, "You're never too old to be a pimp."

Judge A. Wallace Tashima declared that readers would have probably viewed the caption as "an attempt at humor." The ruling upheld a federal judge's prior decision to dismiss Knievel's suit.

"Although the word 'pimp' may be reasonably capable of a defamatory meaning when read in isolation, we agree with the district court's assessment that the term loses its meaning when considered in the context presented here," the Court said.

The Supreme Court's ruling substantiates Nelly's assertion that his Pimp Juice energy drink, named after the St. Louis rapper's hit single, was not meant to be offensive.

While Nelly was condemned for using the word "pimp" for his beverage, the rapper has frequently insisted that he spinned the word's negative connotation into a positive, using the acronym Positive Intellectual Motivated Persons.

"These are the words that our children already hear, everyday, on the radio," Nelly defended in an interview. "I might have a nephew come in like, 'What you thought, man? I'm a pimp.' And I'll be like, 'okay, well pimp them books. Lemme see you bring that C up to an A then, pimp.' And he walks in with an A and be like, 'Yeaaa, pimp! That's what I'm talking about.' It's a word. It's a word."

The 2004 winner of Nelly's Positive. Intellectual. Motivated. Persons (P.I.M.P) annual scholarship, which helps two college students with educational expenses, will soon be announced.

Nelly also plans to launch a sugar free version of the energy drink called PJ Tight.

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DJ Whoo Kid To Drop 5 Mixtapes At Once!

DJ WHOOKID is going crazy. Dropping 5 mixtapes at once next week. Four are going out in the US, and one is going out only in Japan first.

The first CD is GUNIT RADIO pt 10 - 2050 BEFORE THE MASSACRE

50 Cent did 20 freestyles for Whoo Kid. DJ Whoo Kid is leaking ten or twelve of them to the masses, and of course a lot of freestyles from Yayo, Banks, and Buck. To make it complete. What a way to start the new year with a gun shot to the head. You can also hear 50 cents new single Candy Shack.

The second CD The Wire Mixtape (HBO) series the whole cast did skits on this cd yellin at Whoo Kid, and sets him up. Stringer, Weebley, Avon, and others are hilarious on this mixtape with surprise guest Naomi Campbell joining in on the mixtape. Crazy!!!

The third CD is Going out to Japan ONLY, and is hosted by japanese movie stars of a classic Yakusa Movie. The Red Album which is produced by super producer Bach Logic and Red Spyda.

The fourth CD is DJ Whoo Kid and Spinbad putting together the best of the Murda Mixtape Series. Which was an instant classic. Now u get the best all on one CD!!!

Fifth CD is the NBA All star weekend CD hosted by all the ball players!!

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Hot Mixtapes and New Releases...

50 Cent & DJ Whoo Kid - 2050: Before the Massacre


Valentines Day Massacre Intro

50 Cent Feat. Olivia - Candy Shop

50 Cent - I'm An Animal

50 Cent Interlude

50 Cent - Gotta Get Mine

50 Cent & Tony Yayo Interlude

50 Cent - Put A Hole In Yo Back

50 Cent - My Downfall

50 Cent - Take Ya Back

50 Cent Feat. Young Buck & Spider Loc - Bitch What U Know About

50 Cent - It Is What It Is

50 Cent - Get Ya Boy

50 Cent - London Bitch

50 Cent - Queens Pimp

50 Cent - Sandbox Interlude

50 Cent Feat. Lloyd Banks & Tony Yayo - We Gonna Hit YO Ass Up

Tony Yayo - I'm Runnin'

50 Cent Feat. Tony Yayo - When Here That!


DJ Kay Slay Presents: 2005 Live (Hosted By Jim Jones & Papoose)



Papoose Feat. Jim Jones - Freestyle

Papoose Feat. Jim Jones - Pay The Cost

The Game Feat. 50 Cent - Envy Me

50 Cent Feat. Tony Yayo & Lloyd Banks - Hit Ya Ass Up

50 Cent Feat. Tony Yayo - What Ya Hear That

Styles P. Freestyle

Sheek Louch Freestyle

Remy Martin - I'm So Hot

Jae Millz Feat. Maino - Just Like Me

J.R. Writer Feat. Juelz Santana - Prove It

Juelz Santana - Y'all Done Fucked Up

McGruff Feat. Mecca - Harlem Boy

The Game - Dreams

50 Cent Freestyle

Canibus Freestyle

Papoose Feat. Murder Mook - Freestyle

Hell Rell Feat. J.R. Writer - Freestyle

Jim Jones Feat. Papoose - Static Starterz

Bun-B Feat. Cashmere - The Whole Hood

50 Cent - Pray For My Downfall

Red Cafe - Rap Chicks

Scarface Feat. Ghetto Boys - I Tried

Wicked - No Trouble

The Filthy Brotherz Freestyle

Bonus Track

The Game Feat. Tony Yayo

Supa Mario : Ghost in The Shell


Styles P. Intro // Vinny Idol Version




Vinny's Theme


Kill That Faggot

What They Want

Told You

I-95 (featuring Tray Williams)


I Don't Give A Fuck (featuring The Lox)

Cool Out

I'm Home


Gunz Up (featuring St. Raw Of Team Arliss)

Call My Name

Switch My Style


What Up



Punish 'Em

Gator Ent. Shit

D-Block Boyz (featuring T. Waters)


D-Block Niggaz

Poobs Shit

So Hard (featuring Tray Williams)

Soul Child

Leaving The Game

Styles P. Outro // Vinny Idol Version

DJ Envy: The Boy Is Back In Town


Jay-Z Freestyle Intro

The Game Feat. 50 Cent - Envy Me

50 Cent - Pray For My Downfall

Beanie Sigel - Don't Stop

The Game Feat. Lil' Scrappy - Southside

Joe Budden - We Hood

Beanie Sigel - Change Gon' Come

Fat Joe - Safe To Say (Incredible)

Memphis Bleek - Oh Baby

Joe Budden Freestyle

Lil' Wayne Freestyle

Red Cafe - Rap Chick

Newz Freestyle

Young Gunz - Sick Of Waiting

Jennifer Lopez Feat. Fabolous - Get It Right

Mariah Carey Feat. Jermaine Dupri & Fat Man Scoop - It's Like That

Syleena Johnson Feat. Fabolous & R. Kelly - Hypnotiq

Remy Martin - No Bet Chill

Peedi Crakk Freestyle

Joe Budden - Corners

Black Rob - How You Move Like That

Stimuli - Clap At Ya

Doesya - The Crown

Ill Al - Guns, Money, Sex & Drama

Ghetto Official - Man Listen

Duke - Where Ya At

Keyz : Commercial Free 2


50 Cent - Pray For My Downfall

Cassidy Feat. Jay-Z - I'm A Hustler

Fat Joe - Safe To Say (Incredible)

Ludacris Interlude

Ludacris - Number One Spot

Trick Daddy Feat. Ludacris, Lil Kim & Cee-Lo - Suga (Remix)

Game Feat. 50 Cent - Envy Me

Jennifer Lopez Feat. Fabolous - Get It Right

Snoop Dogg Feat. Pharrell - Let's Get Blown

Fabolous Feat. Mike Shorey - Baby

Game Feat. 50 Cent - How We Do

Red Cafe - Rap Chick

Cam'ron Feat. Kanye West & Syleena Johnson - Down & Out

50 Cent - Disco Inferno

Eminem - Toy Soldiers

Juelz Santana - S.A.N.T.A.N.A.

Nelly Feat. Jazze Pha - Na-Na Na

Lil Wayne - Go Dj

T.I. - You Don't Know Me

Diplomats - Crunk Muzik

Lil Jon Feat. Usher & Ludacris - Lovers & Friends

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