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Examples of "streetrunner"
Production came from Cool and Dre, Just Blaze, Infamous, StreetRunner, Trey Songz, The Neptunes, Lex Luger, Boi-1da, Tyler, The Creator, The Beat Bully, Young Yonny, Mars, Tre Beatz, Sam Kalandjian, Cyfyre, King David, Orlando and Tsass.
"My Life" is the second single of the hip hop group Slaughterhouse from their album "". The song features artist Cee Lo Green and production by Streetrunner and Sarom. The song samples Corona's song "The Rhythm of The Night". It was available to purchase on iTunes on May 15, 2012.
After a tweet from a fan on July 9, 2013 he confirmed the Darkside III release date. On July 4, 2013 he revealed on Twitter that he had been given a beat by 9th Wonder then on July 29, 2013 he further revealed on Twitter that Darkside Vol. 3 would also have beats by Cool and Dre, Diamond D, Illa Da Producer and Streetrunner.
The Elephant in the Room is the eighth studio album by American rapper Fat Joe. The album was released on March 11, 2008, by Terror Squad, Virgin Records and Imperial Records. Production for the album was done by Scott Storch, Cool and Dre, Danja, DJ Khaled, DJ Premier, Swizz Beatz, The Alchemist, Streetrunner & The Hitmen, and guest contributions came from artists like Beatz, Plies, Lil Wayne, J. Holiday and KRS-One.
"My Homies Still" was released on June 5, 2012. The track features guest vocals from a fellow American rapper Big Sean, with the production that was provided by Streetrunner and Sarom. The song was included on the deluxe version of "I Am Not a Human Being II". The music video premiered on July 16, 2012. Following its release to digital retailers in the United States, the song debuted at number 38 on the US "Billboard" Hot 100.
The Darkside Vol. 1 is the tenth solo studio album by American rapper Fat Joe. The album was released July 27, 2010 by Terror Squad Entertainment and E1 Music. Production was provided by Cool & Dre, Streetrunner, DJ Infamous, Just Blaze, Scram Jones, DJ Premier, Raw Uncut, and Scoop DeVille, among others. Guest appearances came from Trey Songz, Too Short, R. Kelly, Cam'ron, Clipse, Lil Wayne and Young Jeezy.
Success Is Certain is the fifth album by rapper Royce da 5'9" and his last independent album, released on August 9, 2011. The first single is "Writer's Block" featuring Eminem, which was released in March 2011. Production for the album came from DJ Premier, Mr. Porter, Eminem, Nottz, Streetrunner, The Futuristiks and The Alchemist among others. Guest appearances include Eminem, Joe Budden, Kid Vishis and Travis Barker.
The song, produced by S1, M-Phazes, StreetRunner and Vinny Venditto, was written by the four alongside Eminem, S. Hacker, M. Aiell and Sarah Jaffe, the latter of which is featured singing the song's refrain. The song samples "Hocus Pokus", as performed by Walter Murphy and "Soana", written by Gian Piero Reverberi and Laura Giordano; as well as "Ode to Billie Joe", as performed by Lou Donaldson.
"My Homies Still" is a song by American hip hop recording artist Lil Wayne featuring fellow American rapper Big Sean, released on June 5, 2012, as a standalone single. It was also included on the deluxe version of his tenth studio album "I Am Not a Human Being II" (2013). The song was produced by Streetrunner and Sarom. It reached number 38 on the "Billboard" Hot 100. A remix featuring Young Jeezy appears on Wayne's "Dedication 4" mixtape.
On June 17, 2013, producer S1 told "Hip Hop Weekly": "I've been working on Eminem's new album and I'm very excited about that." The track list reveal showed "Bad Guy" as the opening track, and S1 confirmed that he and vocalist Sarah Jaffe, one half of S1's duo The Dividends, are featured on the song. He also credited Aussie M-Phazes and Streetrunner as co-producers. M-Phazes himself confirmed this in an October 2013 interview.
On August 22, 2013, 2 Chainz revealed the final track listing, via through his Instagram account. Which also revealed the guest appearances from Pharrell Williams, Fergie, Drake, Lil Wayne, Mase, Chrisette Michele, Pusha T, Iamsu!, T-Pain, Dolla Boy, Rich Homie Quan, Sunni Patterson and Lloyd. He also revealed the album's production was handled by Diplo, DJ Toomp, Drumma Boy, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Mannie Fresh, Mike Will Made It, Pharrell Williams and Streetrunner, among others.
"Roman in Moscow" is a song by American-Trinidadian recording artist and songwriter Nicki Minaj. It was released on December 2, 2011 as a teaser for her second album, "", although it was not included in the official track listing of the album. The song was written by Onika Maraj, Nicholas Warwar, Raymond Diaz, Mike Aiello, Safaree Samuels, Bryan Williams and produced by Streetrunner and Sarom.
On August 4, 2012, the track listing was confirmed with the guests appearances. Notably, Shady records label head Eminem appears on three tracks. Joining Mr. Mathers are Cee Lo Green, Busta Rhymes, Skylar Grey, Swizz Beatz and B.o.B. The producers on the album are AraabMuzik, Streetrunner, Sarom, Mr. Porter, Boi-1da, The Alchemist, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, No I.D., Alex da Kid, Hit-Boy, T-Minus, Black Key, Zukhan, Kane Beatz, and Eminem as the executive producer.
Later Papoose would announce that Erykah Badu, Jim Jones, Jadakiss and Mobb Deep would have appearances on the project. In April 2012 Papoose said there is a song titled "What's My Name" that features his wife, Remy Ma that will be featured on the album. In a January 7, 2013 interview he would also reveal Ron Browz, C4 and Heatmakerz as producers on the album. On March 15, 2013 he said that he had decided against using beats he had gotten from Kanye West, Pharrell and other mainstream producers on the album. The final track list also revealed production from Streetrunner, Dame Grease, Buckwild, and Skitzo among others.
Slaughterhouse released a mixtape titled "On The House" in promotion for their second album. The group released their second studio album under Shady Records which was titled on August 28, 2012, the album debuted on the "Billboard" 200 at No.2 and No.1 on the Billboard Top Rap Albums selling 52,000 copies its first week. The album features many guest appearances from Eminem, Skylar Grey, Busta Rhymes, Cee Lo Green, Swizz Beats, and B.o.B, and production by Alex da Kid, StreetRunner, No I.D., AraabMuzik, Mr. Porter, and others.
Joe Budden reached out to Crooked I, Royce da 5'9", Joell Ortiz, and Nino Bless for a track titled "Slaughterhouse" on his digital release, "Halfway House". Based on the reception of the track, they decided to form a super-group, minus Nino Bless, and named it after this song. They released numerous songs throughout early 2009, building a buzz for their self-titled album, which was released through E1 on August 11, 2009. The album features production from Alchemist, DJ Khalil, Mr. Porter, Streetrunner, and guest appearances from Pharoahe Monch, K. Young, and The New Royales.
On November 10, 2009, Crooked I released a digital-only solo EP, "Mr. Pig Face Weapon Waist". "It’s a spin-off of my Slaughterhouse alter ego," he said of the odd title, "cause I come out on stage with a pig mask and a Dickie suit on." The EP also boasts guest appearances from Snoop Dogg, K. Young, M.O.P., The Horseshoe G.A.N.G., and of course fellow Slaughterhouse members, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, and Royce da 5'9". In addition to production from Komplex, Scram Jones, Streetrunner, Frequency, and P. Silva.
Suffering from Success is the seventh studio album by American disc jockey and producer DJ Khaled. It was released on October 22, 2013, by We the Best Music Group, Cash Money Records and Republic Records. The album features guest appearances from Future, Diddy, Meek Mill, Rick Ross, T.I., 2 Chainz, French Montana, Timbaland, Lil Wayne, Drake and Jeremih; as well as the production on the album was handled and provided by Khaled himself, along with Boi-1da, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Arthur McArthur, Timbaland, Streetrunner, Young Chop and Lee on the Beats, among others.
The album features production from Focus..., The Alchemist, DJ Khalil, Streetrunner, D12's Mr. Porter and more. On June 18, 2009, a street single was released via Joe Budden's Twitter. The track is "Woodstock (Hood Hop)" which is produced by Nottz and features M.O.P. on the hook. The first official single from the album was "The One". The video, shot and directed by Rik Cordero, premiered on July 12 online and on MTV2 Sucka Free & MTV Jams hourly. Royce confirmed that Pharoahe Monch and Novel are set to appear on the album.
Ace Hood began the year with the release of his "Starvation 3" mixtape on January 17. The free project included features from We The Best label-mates Vado and Mavado, as well as Betty Wright and Kevin Cossom. Production for the mixtape came courtesy of Cool & Dre, The Renegades, StreetRunner, and The Beat Bully, among others. Since then, he's been dropping off freestyles left and right, most of which was gathered up for the third installment of Ace's Body Bag mixtape series called "Beast Mix". "Body Bag 3" was released on August 29. Two months after that, Ace Hood would team up with Rich Homie Quan for a return single titled ""We Don't"".