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Examples of "shyne"
In October 2010, Shyne criticized Def Jam and announced hopes of signing to Cash Money Records. Shyne said,
Jones along with Junior M.A.F.I.A. and Bad Boy Records artist Shyne were caught in a quarrel when Shyne was compared to the Notorious B.I.G. Junior M.A.F.I.A. felt that Shyne was trying to exploit the late rapper. Jones directed attacks towards Shyne on "The Notorious K.I.M." title track, rapping "Everybody wanna shine off of B.I.G./ Get it, Shyne tryna sound like him when they rhyme". Shyne responded: "Me going back and forth with a woman? That's not gangster." In 2000, Jones addressed Shyne, saying "he's bad energy, he's negative energy, and he's just nothing I want to be a part of."
Rapper Shyne recently released a new song entitled “Solar Energy”. Shyne premiered the song on June 5, 2011, at the Ketura Sun launch.
In August 2011, Shyne appeared on the track "Outro", from Lil Wayne's platinum-selling ninth studio album "Tha Carter IV" (2011), along with Bun B, Nas and Busta Rhymes. In December 2011, Shyne said signing to Cash Money Records "is still a possibility". In March 2012, Shyne and Diddy finally reconciled. The two were photographed together at Fashion Week in Paris; Diddy tweeted, "Me and Shyne Po front row at Kenzo #ParisIsBurning RT to da world!!!!"
This is the discography of Shyne, an American rapper.
On February 16, 2010, Shyne was reported to have signed a seven-figure deal with Def Jam Records. After a trip to Jerusalem in 2010, where he converted to Orthodox Judaism, Shyne collaborated with Israeli reggae and rock musician Matisyahu on his single "Messiah," released in April 2010. It was strongly criticized by fans and music critics. Shyne also released "Roller Song" in 2010.
Shyne became involved in a feud with West Coast rapper Game, after Shyne described as "trash" the West Coast rapper Kendrick Lamar's universally acclaimed debut album "good kid, m.A.A.d city" (2012). Shyne dissed Game on tracks such as "Bury Judas" and "Psalms 68 (Guns & Moses)." These tracks reflected his study of Judaism.
50 was in the process of building his legacy at this point and went to speak to Shyne, while he was imprisoned, about becoming a member of his G-unit group. Shyne refused.
The album spawned three singles, including the hit "Good Times", as performed by Styles P. "Good Times" was also included on Styles P's 2002 debut album "A Gangster and a Gentleman", while the song "Shyne", as performed by Shyne, was included on his 2004 album "Godfather Buried Alive", which was released while Shyne was imprisoned.
Prior to the city elections, Malone filed suit in a bid to force Democratic city council candidate Joe Shyne off the ballot because Shyne is a former felon. However, the courts ruled in Shyne's favor because Shyne had been pardoned by Governor Foster for a crime in which he had been convicted in a federal, rather than state, court.
There are 3 remixes of the song, the official remix features P. Diddy & LL Cool J. There is also a remix that features Prodigy & Shyne and the DJ Clue mixtape remix features LL Cool J, Prodigy, & Shyne.
Shyne is the self-titled debut album by rapper Shyne. It was released by Sean "P. Diddy" Combs' Bad Boy Records on September 26, 2000. Shyne had been hyped prior to the album's release as similar in style and delivery to the deceased Notorious B.I.G.. Shyne had also drawn unfavorable media attention for being convicted in June 2000 for his involvement in a nightclub shooting. Shyne was incarcerated at the time of this album's release. The album peaked #5 on the Billboard Top 200. It sold very well, eventually achieving Gold status. It contained fewer guest artists than most Bad Boy releases. The singles from the album, "Bad Boyz," "Bonnie & Shyne" (which both feature Barrington Levy), and "That's Gangsta," were only moderate hits.
Shyne first came under 50's fire when he began talks with Ja Rule to sign to Murder Inc. while in jail. As a result, 50 mentioned Shyne in a mixtape freestyle where he said:
14. Reverse (featuring Shyne, G-Dep, Cee-Lo, Busta Rhymes & Sauce Money)
The Track "Here I Come" was also sampled by Shyne in "Bad Boyz"
Directed by Marc Klasfeld, the video starts off with the caption: Rae Town, Jamaica 9:37 am, with Shyne exiting Norman Manley International Airport and heading to town. It later consists of scenes where viewers see the community of Rae Town and the people surrounding it and Shyne and Barrington Levy hanging out with them throughout the day and into the late night at a party. Later scenes showed Shyne in the back of a car riding through Times Square.
In 2013, Shyne released his clothing brand Gangland. It is being sold online and in select stores around the world.
In July 2001, Shyne was convicted and sentenced to 10 years in prison. Combs was acquitted of weapons charges in the case. While many labels met with Shyne while he was at the Clinton Correctional Facility, the rapper ultimately signed with Def Jam Records for a $3 million contract.
This freestyle eventually found its way to Shyne, who was in prison for firing a handgun in a New York club. Shyne then responded, over telephone, with his own freestyle, where he threatened to handle their rivalry violently. It was for this freestyle, that he was added to the Piggy Bank attack.
In 2011, Abramowitz co-authored with rapper Shyne under the pseudonym of Captain Sunshine. Shyne premiered the rap at the 5 June 2011 inauguration of Israel’s first solar field, Ketura Sun. As of September, 2013, over 100,000 people have viewed the rap on YouTube.