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Examples of "cormega"
Legal Hustle is a compilation album by Queensbridge rapper Cormega.
The Realness is the debut studio album by Queensbridge rapper Cormega.
The replacing of Cormega with rapper Nature strained his friendship with Nas. Cormega, who continued to resent being ousted from the group, released the white label "Fuck Nas & Nature", circulating it through the mixtape market. Nature retaliated through a verse contribution on a DJ Clue mixtape. The two have since ended their beef and have recorded and performed together. After a short-lived truce, Nas attacked Cormega on the diss track "Destroy & Rebuild" from his fifth studio album "Stillmatic" (2001).
An album collaboration with Lakey The Kid entitled "My Brother's Keeper" was released independently on August 22, 2006. On November 20, 2007, Cormega finally released his DVD in-the-making "Who Am I?". The DVD took over four years of filming of Cormega in all aspects of his life and what others thought of Cormega, unedited. The DVD was released as a soundtrack plus DVD. Cormega intended to release an album which was to be entitled "Urban Legend" before T.I.'s album of the same name was released (Cormega mentions this on the "Who Am I" DVD, dated circa 2003); the new title is "Born and Raised". The album was released October 20, 2009. The first single is called "Journey."
My Brother's Keeper is the debut album by hip-hop artist Lake, also known as Lakey The Kid. Fellow Queensbridge hip-hop artist Cormega is featured heavily on the album. The first single from the album was "The Oath" which was performed by both Lake and Cormega.
Raw Forever is a compilation album of the American hip hop artist Cormega, released in September 27, 2011, under Aura Records. The first disc is a collection of Cormega' biggest hits and most well-known songs, the second disc consists of 11 new remixes recorded with live instrumentation performed by the band The Revelations.
In December 2006, Cormega, Foxy Brown and Nas reunited to perform "Affirmative Action" live on-stage, ending the beef between Cormega and Nas. A reunion was not confirmed. In an August 2010 interview with MTV, Foxy Brown stated there have been recent discussions on a Firm reformation, dependent on the remaining four agreeing to it.
In early September 2005, Cormega posted a statement on his website that he and Nas had spoken and ended their feud. On December 22, 2006 at the Nokia Theatre Times Square, Cormega appeared on stage at a Nas concert and went on to perform with Nas (and Foxy Brown as well), further evidence that their feud is over.
The Testament is the third studio album by Queensbridge rapper Cormega. The album was originally recorded as Cormega's debut album in the mid-90's, and scheduled for a release on Def Jam Records, but was eventually shelved. Cormega, after many years, was finally able to obtain the masters to the album, and released it on his own Legal Hustle imprint in 2005.
Cormega made great efforts to increase peoples awareness of the 2010 flooding tragedy in Pakistan, adding images and video clips to his official site.
Cormega rose to fame in the mid-90s as an original member of The Firm crew, along with Nas, AZ and Foxy Brown, appearing on the song "Affirmative Action" from the Nas album "It Was Written". After being booted from the group, Cormega signed a record deal with Def Jam Recordings, and recorded "The Testament". The album was shelved, and Cormega was dropped from label, joining LandSpeed Records for his first official release. "The Realness" was re-released in 2007 with "The True Meaning", Cormega's second album, from 2002, in a double special-edition package.
During a period of incarceration, Cormega gained some attention following a shout-out from Nas on his song "One Love", from the critically acclaimed "Illmatic" album.
Cormega, Onyx, The Beatnuts, Guru, Loud Records R&B artist Davina, Tek of Smif-N-Wessun and Tony Touch all appear in the music video in cameos.
Signed to Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment label, The Firm began working on their debut album. Halfway through the production of the album, Cormega was fired from the group by Steve Stoute, who had unsuccessfully attempted to force Cormega to sign a deal with his management company. Cormega subsequently became one of Nas's most vocal opponents and released a number of underground hip hop singles "dissing" Nas, Stoute, and Nature, who replaced Cormega as the fourth member of The Firm. "Nas, Foxy Brown, AZ, and Nature Present The Firm: The Album" was finally released in 1997 to mixed reviews. The album failed to live up to its expected sales, despite being certified platinum, and the members of the group disbanded to go their separate ways.
In the mid-2000s Cormega helped produce a few albums and was featured on several songs with The Jacka and the Mob Figaz.
The mixtape featured confirmed guest appearances from Havoc and Cormega on the track "Greenday" and his G-Unit mate Tony Yayo on D.R.U.G.S. Beats-produced track "No Escape".
Born and Raised is the fourth studio album by Queensbridge rapper Cormega. It was released on October 20, 2009, after being pushed back several times; the album was originally to be titled "Urban Legend" but was changed to "Born and Raised" after rapper T.I. used the original title for his 2004 release (Cormega mentions this on his Who Am I DVD of video of him circa 2003). The album has been met with mostly positive reviews from both fans and critics so far.
In 2000, he was released from his contract and he started his own record company, Legal Hustle Records. Cormega vented his disappointment with Nas and The Firm in a mixtape song titled "Never Personal".This song was never directly pointed to Nas, but the media made it look like that. In 2001, he released his new debut album, "The Realness", which was acclaimed by critics. Many of the songs share a theme of betrayal. Nas responded to Cormega on his song "Destroy and Rebuild" from his album "Stillmatic". Cormega retaliated with more mixtape tracks, "A Slick Response" and "Realmatic". Nas revisited the Cormega beef in his song "The Cross" on the album God's Son. In reference to Cormega, Nas rapped "What I've discovered is my brother's tryin to be/The next me, yeah I support him but he's blinded I see/ Jealousy he love me to death and I'm buggin I love him for life/ We both still mournin on our mother's life" (referencing the fact that Cormega's mother was murdered when he was four).
The music video, directed by Diane Martel, depicts Noreaga trying to escape from imprisonment. Fellow New York-based rappers Busta Rhymes, Spliff Star, Cormega, Fat Joe and Musaliny, all make cameo appearances in the music video.
In response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake, Maya sang with emcee Cormega on his tribute song "I Made A Difference". The song also featured Redman, The Revelations, and various other artists.