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More Than Just a DJ is the third studio album by DJ
. It was released on February 9, 2010.
The album was originally set to be released on October 13, 2009 then it was pushed back to November 10, 2009. The third time the album was pushed was due to the album's first single "Blockstars" which originally featured Plies, was replaced by Yo Gotti because according to
, Plies could not be found when it was time to shoot the video.
The music video was released on July 13, 2007. The music video features cameos from G-Unit artists Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Prodigy, Mazaradi Fox and Trav. There are also cameos from DJ
, Funkmaster Flex, Mims, Melissa Joan Hart and Lola Monroe.
Jaz was an important figure in the . It is also speculated that Jaz-O supplied Nas with some of the information he used in his Jay-Z diss track "Ether". After the situation with Nas cooled down, Jay-Z went on to diss Jaz first on a track released by DJ
featuring Freeway, Geda K, Young Chris, and Memphis Bleek Called "Fuck Jaz-O AKA Jaz Ho" in which they rapped over Styles P's "Good Times" beat and later on his album "The Blueprint 2: The Gift & The Curse". Jay-Z said on the title track, "I'ma let karma catch up to Jaz-O." Jaz responded with a record on a DJ
mixtape entitled "Ova" and after the response from Jay-Z and the members of Roc-A-Fella, he released his own response with the diss record known as "Ova Part 2" in which he raps over N.O.R.E.'s "Nothin'" beat.
This album is the first LL Cool J album since "G.O.A.T." to have the parental advisory label for explicit lyrics. LL said in an interview with Chicago radio personality DJ Z that the vulgarities are not heavy and the edited version has alternate lyrics rather than simply omitting the vulgarities. LL and DJ
teamed up to release his first mixtape as a prelude to "Exit 13" titled "The Return of the G.O.A.T.".
Coalmine Records is a Brooklyn, New York based independent hip-hop record label. Over the years, Coalmine Records has amassed an extensive hip-hop catalog while working with several iconic and up-coming artists, producers and DJs such as Pharaohe Monch, El Da Sensei, Kool G. Rap, Talib Kweli, Large Professor, Heltah Skeltah, Dilated Peoples, Bekay, Big K.R.I.T, Custom Made, Emilio Rojas, Torae, Skyzoo, Termanology, Alchemist, J.R.Rotem, M-Phazes, Illmind, Khrysis, Shuko, Domingo, DJ
, DJ Revolution, DJ Babu and more.
Budden was born in Harlem, New York and raised in Jersey City, New Jersey. Uninterested in school, he began abusing drugs. After an emotional confrontation with his mother, Budden willingly went into rehab on July 3, 1997. Budden began freestyling, first at his high school with acquaintances against whom he claims that he always won battles. He eventually made appearances on several New York mixtapes with the likes of DJ Clue, DJ
, and Cutmaster C.
originally called on collaborators ranging from 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Busta Rhymes, Saigon, Drake, Ray J, Rell, Nicole Wray, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, Hell Rell, JR Writer, Cam'ron, AZ, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Maino, Red Cafe and longtime collaborator Papoose for the project. Some of these collaborators weren't included on the album though, they were replaced with different artists and/or songs with different artists featured on them.
He has appeared on mixtapes promoted by DJ
who is well known through Baltimore Club music. Bossman began his rapping career as a part of N.E.K (Northeast Kings) where he was known as "Jimmy Hash". The rap group gained a moderate level of popularity throughout Baltimore. Bossman has released his debut album "Law and Order" in 2004 in Baltimore only as well as Mixtapes hosted by DJ Envy and Big Mike.
"Twist It" is the first single from Olivia's G-Unit debut "Behind Closed Doors". The song also features rapper Lloyd Banks. The song wasn't a big success therefore the album was constantly pushed back. The music video was directed by 50 Cent & Billy Parks. The video also featured cameo appearances by 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, Lil Scrappy, Mobb Deep, M.O.P., DJ
Winky Wright, and Ron Artest. The original version featured additional verses from The Game and BBQ, but due to Game's beef with G-Unit, the single was released without their verses.
In 2006 "King Me" was released, DK's first mixtape under Babygrande Records; it garnered critical acclaim through several Hip Hop media outlets. The title was a metaphor representing, in his eyes, the crowning of the best rapper in the industry (himself). The underyling theme caught the attention of critics, and some even drew comparisons of his rapping style to that of Jay-Z, offering the possibility of a potential protégé. The mixtape, hosted by DJ
included "If Not Me Then Who", which featured production by Kanye West.
A major label battle began to sign Martinez to a recording contract. Her appearance on other rapper's material was in high demand. She recorded songs with Mary J. Blige ("Christmas in the City" ), Cuban Link ("Freak Out"), N.O.R.E. ("Oh No Remix" ), Beenie Man ("Tell Me Remix" ) and Funkmaster Flex & Big Kap's compilation album "The Tunnel" ("Wow" ). She also recorded interludes for mixtapes by Kid Capri, DJ Clue and DJ
. In 2001, she appeared in the music video for Jay-Z and R. Kelly's "Guilty Until Proven Innocent".
Shamele Mackie (born March 5, 1978), better known by his stage name Papoose , is an American rapper and songwriter. After breaking into the rap game in 2005 with DJ
with the release of his song "Alphabetical Slaughter" he signed a $1.5 million contract with Jive Records. After his debut studio album, "The Nacirema Dream" was shelved, he cut ties with Jive. This resulted in him releasing over a dozen free mixtapes to keep himself popular. In 2012 he secured a deal with Fontana Distribution and released his debut album independently on March 26, 2013.
On May 28, 2010, an unfinished version of a speculative first single titled "Power" was leaked onto the Internet. It features additional vocals by Dwele and was co-produced by Kanye West and S1. The official remix, featuring Jay-Z and Swizz Beatz, was premiered on August 20, 2010 on Hot 97 by DJ
. The single spent eight weeks and peaked at number 22 on the US "Billboard" Hot 100 chart. The song was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance, presented at the 53rd Grammy Awards in 2011.
The music video of the song (directed by Chris Robinson) features cameo appearances from Alexis Fields, LL Cool J, Busta Rhymes, Spliff Star, Xzibit, Mack 10, P. Diddy, Nas, DJ Clue?, Wyclef Jean, Prodigy of (Mobb Deep), Raekwon, Method Man, Funkmaster Flex, The Beatnuts, Chino XL, DJ Premier and Guru of Gangstarr, Tash of the Alkholiks, Remy Ma Martin,
, Big Tigger, Cuban Link, Prospect, Triple Seis, Armageddon, Sunkiss, Tony Sunshine, Tony Touch, Fat Joe, Lil' Kim, Lil' Cease, M.O.P., Missy Elliott, Noreaga, Jennifer Lopez, Black Rob, Dream and a then-unknown DJ Khaled.
This is the discography of Amerie, an American R&B singer signed to Columbia Records/Sony Urban Music. She has 19 singles to her name (including with her as a featured artist). Her first album, "All I Have" (2002), was certified Gold in America, and produced the top forty song "Why Don't We Fall in Love". Amerie's 2005 single "1 Thing"—from her second album, "Touch"—became her biggest hit in the U.S. and elsewhere, although U.S. sales of "Touch" did not match those of her debut. Her third album, "Because I Love It" (2007), was preceded by the single "Take Control" and the mixtape "Because I Love It Vol. 1", and it remains unreleased in North America. Amerie's recordings outside her solo material include featured credits on singles by LL Cool J, DJ
, Ricky Martin and Chingy.
The album was initially set for a late 2004 release, however, since the other high-profile albums—including Eminem's "Encore"—were to be released around the same time, it was pushed back to January 18, 2005. On September 28, 2004 The Game released a promotional album entitled "Westside Story" through Aftermath Entertainment and G-Unit Records. The album was used to promote his major-label debut album, "The Documentary". In October 2004, The Game released his first independent album, titled "Untold Story", through Get Low Recordz (owned by JT the Bigga Figga). The album sold over 82,000 copies within its first three months. The album featured artists such as Sean T, Young Noble (of the Outlawz) and JT the Bigga Figga. The Game also appeared on various mixtapes, which has been hosted by DJ's such as DJ
, DJ Whoo Kid and DJ Clue?. The Game also released a second mixtape "You Know What It Is Vol. 2" through his own record label and appeared on the video game "NBA Live 2004" on a song produced by Fredwreck called "Can't Stop Me". On November 15, 2004, The Game released a promotional mixtape, titled "Charge It to the Game: The Mixtape", through Westside Records. The tape was also used to promote "The Documentary".
He released his first major work as a mixtape entitled "It Is What It Is" with the help of New York DJ
; the mixtape was a free sample given to 5000 members of the Swedish urban underground from which Lazee gained critical acclaim and notoriety. The mixtape included tracks like "Top Notch" and "Bigga *****" and there are two music videos for the tracks as well. Things became serious for in 2007 when he moved to Stockholm and began working with producer iSHi. The collaboration gave birth to debut single "Rock Away" on his new label 2Stripes and major label Sony BMG which was released across Scandinavia in 2008. The single was met with high regard across Scandinavia and wider Europe with some critics giving it 9/10. Since then has released several critically acclaimed songs including "Drop Bombs", "Pusherman, featuring Swedish rapper J-Son" and his current hit single "Hold On" featuring Neverstore, a Swedish punk rock band which has been a featured single on UK radio stations including Radio 1 and Kiss100 receiving listeners choice selects and ranking highly in song request tables.
On September 28, 2004, Game released his first promo single, "Westside Story", from his major label debut album. He had originally chosen to title the album "Nigga Wit' An Attitude Volume 1" (as heard in the lyrics to "Dreams"), but an injunction filed at the request of Eazy-E's widow prevented him from using N.W.A's name in the album title. Thus, the album was titled "The Documentary", which featured Dr. Dre and 50 Cent as executive producers. The album spawned the hit singles "How We Do" and "Hate It or Love It", the latter receiving two Grammy nominations. The album debuted at number one on the "Billboard" 200 and was the tenth best selling album of 2005 in the United States. It also debuted at number seven in the United Kingdom and sold over five million copies worldwide. In October 2004, he released "Untold Story" through Get Low Recordz, which sold over 82,000 copies within its first three months. The album featured artists like Sean T, Young Noble (of the Outlawz), and JT the Bigga Figga. Game also appeared on various mixtapes hosted by DJ's such as DJ
, DJ Whoo Kid, and DJ Clue. Game also released a second mixtape "You Know What It Is Vol. 2" through his own record label and appeared on the video game "NBA Live 2004" on a song produced by Fredwreck called "Can't Stop Me".
In each scene, all the rappers wear colors that match the background. Usually, after one rapper finishes their verse the others appear and start strutting and dancing on beat. The screen shows two or more sides of the other backgrounds and their rappers. After Busta Rhymes the other rappers appear in this order: Mary J. Blige in white. Rah Digga in pink, Missy Elliott in purple, Lloyd Banks in blue, Papoose in green and DMX in black (he has his hood up). Busta Rhymes and his friend, Spliff Star, appear in red at the beginning and in yellow at the end. Each singer appears with different outfits, such as Busta's white T-shirt, Papoose's, DMX's, Lloyd Banks' jackets, and the ladies' fur coats. During Mary J. Blige's part, her alter ego, Brooke Lynn, appears dressed in a matching white costume. Other cameo rappers appearances in the music video are Sean Paul, DJ
, Deelishis, producer Swizz Beatz, Winky Wright, Félix Trinidad, Black Rob and Spliff Star.
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