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Examples of "chamillionaire"
Chamillionaire (featuring Krayzie Bone) – "Ridin'"
The video begins with Chamillionaire standing on a sidewalk with Famous when two detectives pull up in an unmarked police vehicle. A detective (played by Chamillionaire) proceeds to interrogate Chamillionaire about his doings in that location, and how he is able to afford so much jewelry. He also asks Chamillionaire (pronounces it as "CHA" instead of "KA") how his next album will be compared to his last one. Chamillionaire answers by saying "Bigger." and the detective pretends to mishear him and claims that Chamillionaire called him a "nigger." Chamillionaire denies it and is defiant, and as the detective attempts to arrest him, he begins running. The detective, his partner and numerous police officers catch up to Chamillionaire. He is arrested while the detective continues to taunt him. At the police station, Chamillionaire is further interrogated as to what he is doing and with whom he is associating. But Chamillionaire refuses to give any information. Although Chamillionaire claims that he has done nothing wrong, the police insist that he is guilty of "hip-hop crimes" (in this case, meaning freedom of expression). Chamillionaire is put in a police lineup with Slick Rick who is being interrogated by another detective (also played by Slick Rick).
In 2006, Chamillionaire received ten nominations and won four, including Rookie of the Year and Viewer's Choice Award (Wireless People's Champ) at the BET Hip Hop Awards; Best Rap Video at the MTV Video Music Awards. In 2007, Chamillionaire received four nominations and won one, Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group at the Grammy Awards. In 2008, Chamillionaire received two nominations and won one, Best Mixtape/Street Album at the Ozone Awards. Overall, Chamillionaire has won 6 awards from 16 nominations.
Rasaq would eventually leave the label to pursue his own goals and 50/50 Twin left the label in 2006. Chamillionaire later signed Lil Ken to the label in 2007 along with R&B singer Tony Henry and Yung Ro. Yung Ro would eventually leave the label in late 2008 due to differences with Chamillionaire. The label has been independent since January 15, 2011. This is because Chamillionaire and Universal parted ways. Chamillionaire is currently working on his 3rd studio album Poison. While working on Poison, Chamillionaire has gone on to release various projects and singles.
Chamillionaire made a remix on his Mixtape Messiah 7.
Chamillionaire has his own record label; Chamillitary Entertainment. Chamillionaire created the label after he had left his previous record labels; Swishahouse and Paid In Full Entertainment as he was unsigned. It was distributed by Universal Records but has been independent since January 15, 2011, due to Chamillionaire and the label parting ways.
This is the discography of Chamillionaire, an American rapper.
Chamillionaire and Pharrell make cameo appearances in the music video.
Chamillionaire did a remix to this song titled "I Wish".
September 12: "Hip Hop Police" - Chamillionaire featuring Slick Rick
Chamillionaire: (to Jonathan) "So you really are ridin' dirty."
September 20: "Hip Hop Police" - Chamillionaire featuring Slick Rick
October 3: "Hip Hop Police" - Chamillionaire featuring Slick Rick
Chamillionaire joined Los Angeles-based venture capital firm Upfront Ventures in early 2015.
Chamillionaire also released a freestyle titled "The Greatest" on his "Mixtape Messiah 4".
Several freestyles were also made by Lil Wayne ("N.O. Nigga") and Chamillionaire ("Mo Scrilla").
To promote his new album, Chamillionaire released "Mixtape Messiah 3" as a prelude to his new album on July 18, 2007, at 11pm Eastern Time on his website. Chamillionaire released his second mainstream album "Ultimate Victory" on September 18, 2007. "Ultimate Victory" was made without a single profanity said by Chamillionaire. Guest appearances included UGK, Krayzie Bone, Lil Wayne, Famous (Lil Ken), Tony Henry, Devin the Dude and Lloyd. The first single was "Hip Hop Police", featuring Slick Rick, which both Chamillionaire and Slick Rick performed on the CBS television network program "Late Show with David Letterman" on September 14, 2007. The following single is "The Evening News."
In 2007, Chamillionaire does makeup for a character in the video for "Hip Hop Police".
"The Evening News" is a song by rapper Chamillionaire from his second album, "Ultimate Victory".
Their relationship was further strained by Paul's friendship with Mike Jones. Chamillionaire claims that Jones was saying foul things behind his back while being cool with him in person. After a short lived feud with Jones, and a "disagreement" with Paul Wall, Chamillionaire has since made peace with both artists. Paul Wall and Chamillionaire have performed together since, and collabed soon after on Paul Wall's song, Diamonds Exposed, with Lil Keke "the Don" or also known as "Don Ke"