March 30, 2011

Gar - Certification (Video Clip / In Studio)

Gar from Chopper City performing the intro track titled
"Certification" from his upcoming album.
Chopper City Music Group

Dir. Chaz Singleton
Astro Clown Productions (2011)

March 29, 2011

C-Murder Jail Contact Info

Corey Miller #556633
Louisiana State Prison J-Bass 17544
Tunica Trace Angola, La 70712


Birdman Taps Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj 4 'Bigger Than Life' Singles

The Young Money/ Cash Money juggernaut is gearing up for a summer takeover. Lil Wayne's highly anticipated album, Tha Carter IV, is set to drop May 16. And now the Birdman is scheduled to follow with his next release, Bigger Than Life, due July 7. The YMCMB boss' first two singles will be "Get Money," featuring Wayne and Mack Maine, and "Why You Mad," featuring Weezy and Nicki Minaj.

"We work whenever we wanna work," Birdman told MTV News about the making of his forthcoming set. "We always have to have access to a studio, 24/7. We couldn't be on tour if we didn't have a way to record or if Wayne didn't have it. So whenever we wanna work, we can. That's how we live life: we do how we want to whenever we want to."

Last year, just before Wayne finished his well-documented prison sentence, Birdman said he and his protégé would likely release another Like Father, Like Son project after Weezy wraps Tha Carter IV. The New Orleans native explained how the entire team was working hard while Wayne was away, resulting in a stream of music that should see the light of day this summer.

"Everybody just working hard, energized about him about to come home," he said at the time. "We worked, but him being gone — that was just a left turn in life. We wasn't expecting anything like that but we had to deal with it."

March 28, 2011

Lil Wayne - The Carter II (LeftOvers) Compilation

The Carter II (LeftOvers Compilaton)

Ain't Got Time
All Night Long (Ft. Robin Thicke)
Alphabet Bitches
Bad Man (Ft. Reel)
Be Me
Best Rapper Alive Pt. 2
Birdman's On
Cash Money Nigga
Do It (Ft. Reel)
Do It Remix (Ft. Nikki & Dizzy)
Do What U Do
Don't Want You To See Me Cry
Everyday Gangsta
Feelin Me (Ft. Nikki)
Feelin Me Demo Version (Ft. Nikki)
Feeling Myself (Ft. Nikki)
Fireman Original Version
Flashy And Fly (Ft. Nikki)
Freshs Blessing
Get Real Gangsta (Ft. Dizzy)
Grown Man Unrelelased Version (Ft. Boo & Curren$y)
Hood Rich (Ft. Birdman)
I'm From The South
I Got It
In These Streets
Laced Up (With Curren$y)
Let Em (Ft. Reel)
Long Time Coming
Long Time Coming Original Version
Love This Fuckin Guy
Million Dollar Baby
Move To Miami
Mr. Postman
My Girl
No Problems (Ft. Reel & Curren$y)
Private Dancer
Problem Solver
Ridin With A Body
Shorty Bounce
South Musik
Talk That Shit (Ft. Curren$y)
That Somebody (Ft. Curren$y)
Walk It Off
We Hustle (Ft. Drama Boyz)
Yea Baby
Yea Develop
You Nasty (Ft. Curren$y & Mack Maine)
4 Flat Tires (Ft. Ft. Birdman, Six Shot & Miri Ben-Ari)
4 Tha Haters

Credits go to WeezyFan from Norway

March 22, 2011

CMR/YME Release Schedule 2011 (Full Update!)

CASH MONEY RECORDS Release Schedule (Full Update!)


- TYGA "Careless World"...................................................April/May 2011
- G. MALONE & MACK 10 "Money Music".............................April 12th, 2011
- LIL' WAYNE "Tha Carter IV"............................................May 16th, 2011
- BOW WOW "Underrated"...............................................June 7th, 2011
- BRISCO "Street Medicine"..............................................June 14th, 2011
- GLASSES MALONE "Beach Cruiser"..................................June 14th, 2011
- BIRDMAN & LIL' WAYNE "Like Father, Like Son 2"..............June 19th, 2011
- LIL' TWIST "Don't Get It Twisted"....................................June 21st, 2011
- DJ KHALED "We The Best Forever"..................................June 28th, 2011
- BIRDMAN "Bigger Than Life"..........................................July 5th, 2011
- JAY SEAN "Freeze Time"................................................July 5th, 2011
- DRAKE "Take Care".......................................................September 13th, 2011
- B.G. "It's All On U [Vol. 3]"............................................October 2011


- MACK MAINE "Maine 4 President"
- T-WAYNE "He Raps, He Sings"
- LIL' WAYNE & JUELZ SANTANA "I Can't Feel My Face"
- T. LOPEZ "I'm T. Lopez"
- CORY GUNZ "The Commencement"

**All Release Dates Are Subject To Change**

March 18, 2011

Turk Speaks From Behind The Walls

Turk Speaks From Behind The Walls from DJ Smallz on Vimeo.

Mystikal Signed to NL Forever Records!!


Master P, Silkk The Shocker, Romeo, Black Don, Valentino, Mystikal, Miss Chee, Oak Tree, Suni Blac, Co Ruff, T-Bo, Bengie B, Gangsta, Playa, Kay-1, South Down, Eastwood, Ace, T. Miles, G5-J, Lil D, Fonzo, Jigga City Suave. Ms. Tonka Da Tank, K-Smith.

March 10, 2011

Announcement: Juve & UTP Needs Beats

Submit your beats to

PD: UTP Playas & Juve NEW album CONFIRMED

Event of the Week & Juvenile @ Club Opera in Atlanta March 23!

B.G. Booking Contact Info

For B.G. booking, contact Tracey at:
or 504-427-0724

March 3, 2011

Event of the Week

New Orleans Bounce legend and on-again/off-again Cash Money Records affiliate Terrius “Juvenile” Grey and the team up for the 3rd Annual Lundifest at .

The party starts around 10:30pm (doors at 9:30), just after the Orpheus parade raps up downtown and is $20 at the door ($18 advance tickets found here). If his Jazz Fest performance from last year or past Lundifest bashes are any indication (2009 with Trombone Shorty, 2010 featured Rebirth and Big Sam’s Funky Nation) – this is going to be a throw down easily worthy of your last full night of Mardi Gras.

March 2, 2011

Juvenile: The UTP Years (Part 2; 2001 to 2003)

Prelude: In November 2000, Juvenile began to be seen less and less nationally when the first Cash Money Records without him was aired. It was Cash Money Millionaires "Project Bitch". The original track featured the Big Tymers, Juvenile & Lil' Wayne. The video version, "Project Chick", added a verse & video appearance from B.G., which was a highly sought after version of the track. Through much of early 2001, Juvenile was having major conflict with Cash Money's head-honchos Ronald & Bryan Williams, a.k.a. Slim & Baby. His, at the time, final release with the label, "Project English", was originally supposed to drop in early April 2001. Due to delays the first single, "Set It Off", was released at the top of August. The album did not drop until August 21st, 2001.
 UTP's Inception: Once Juvenile "cleared waivers" he took his self-made free agency to the streets of New Orleans to get his own label up & moving. He got together with his brother, Corey "CEO" Grey & Aubrey "Pied Piper" Francis to jump-start Uptown Project Records.

 At this point in time Juvenile had already recruited his roster during his last four months with Cash Money Records. His first recruit was non other than Cash Money Records next possible artist to shine, Young Buck. Right after that he called up Hollygrove's new hope, Skip, & just after that Wacko, Juvenile's old friend out of the Magnolia. He completed his core talent with another 3rd Ward artist, Corey Cee. In the early summer of 2001, closer to the time of his release from CMR, Juvenile topped his label off with Houston R&B standout, Billy Cook & short-time Cash Money hookman, Chilli. The label was set & Juvenile was ready to makes some moves once August 2001 came.

After the release of "Project English" in August 2001, Juvenile filmed a documentary about the first two months of traveling & recording UTP Records' first record/Skip's debut album, "Live From Hollygrove". The film was well circulated throughout the world of hip-hop. Once the filmed was released Juvenile also dropped Skip's album on October 23rd, 2001. UTP Records was on the move in a big way after the documentary & Skip's album were released. 

Coming Of Age: Once the new year hit in 2002 Juvenile started to prepare his street album, "600 Degreez", & the "UTP Playas Compilation". In March of 2002, Juvenile released his first album off of Cash Money since his 1995 album, "Being Myself". "600 Degreez" featured the hit diss single, "A Hoe" which featured Skip. The other street hit was "All About Money" featuring Lil' Flip & Skip. At the end of the album a sneek peek at the "UTP Playas Compilation" with the future hit single "You Ready" which featured all seven UTP artists, including Juvenile. After a Summer 2002 tour & recording on the road into early Fall 2002, Juvenile was set to release the "UTP Playas Compilation" on October 23rd, 2002. Then on November 19th, 2002 UTP Records released "Juvenile & UTP: Live In St. Louis" DVD. 

End Of An Era: In December 2002, Young Buck released his UTP debut, "Born To Be A Thug". Juvenile was very happy with the direction the label was going. He would run into a major issue for the label when Young Buck claimed Juvenile left him in an airport on the West Coast in Spring 2003. It was all speculation & mostly talked about by Buck. This confrontation would lead to Young Buck leaving to sign with G-Unit Records. He had been in touch with them since the recording of Juvenile's "600 Degreez" album. 

 In Spring 2003 things started to shift in different directions for Juvenile & UTP Records as his original roster started to reform. After Young Buck's departure, Corey Cee decided to lay low, Billy Cook went back to Houston to record solo work off UTP & not many are even sure what Chilli went on to do. The label had shrunk down to just Juvenile, Skip & Wacko. In roughly the mid-to-late Summer of 2003 Juvenile added Partners-N-Crime (Kango Slim & Mr. Meana), Ms. Tee, D-Boyz (Lac & Stone) & Big Zuse to the UTP Records roster. 

Return to CMR/Conclusion: A lot was left in question by the fans from late Summer to mid Fall 2003 regarding Juvenile & UTP Records. The biggest surprise came in late October 2003 when Juvenile had resigned with Cash Money Records! He released the lead single featuring Mannie Fresh, "In My Life". Juvenile's final Cash Money album dropped December 23rd, 2003 entitled "Juve The Great". In February 2004 Juvenile would released the 2nd single, "Bounce Back" featuring Birdman & his 3rd, & biggest, single off the album in late April 2004, "Slow Motion" featuring the late Soulja Slim.

 Juvenile left Cash Money Records around the time of "Slow Motion" being released.

March 1, 2011

Dee-1 - I Hope They Hear Me (Vol. 2)

The project finds the New Orleans representative showcasing his skills in 18 brand new tracks. Included on the mixtape is Best of the Booth Award-winning single “Jay, 50 & Weezy,” as well as reader-acclaimed leaks “Ridin’ by Myself” and “It’s My Turn.”

Joining Dee throughout I Hope They Hear Me Vol. 2 are MURS, Mickey Factz, Mannie Fresh and the legendary Mac. Beats come courtesy of Rockaway Prod., Steve-O, Oscar Wild, DJ RJD2, Mannie Fresh, 5th Child, Phurnace, DJ Eagle Eye, Cuzin Mike and Flight School

01. Proud of Me [prod. Phurnace]
02. Its My Turn [prod. Rockaway Prod]
03. Ride Wit Me [prod. DJ Eagle Eye of the Music Makerz]
04. Jay, 50, and Weezy [prod. Cuzin Mike]
05. Uncle Tom [prod. Flight School]
06. Ridin by Myself (ft. Murs & Syreeta Neal) [prod. Muhammed Ayers]
07. The Garden of Eden (ft. Kennedi Rayne) [prod. Rockaway Prod]
08. I’m on It (ft. Shamarr Allen) [prod. Shamarr Allen]
09. Blue [prod. 5th Child]
10. The One That Got Away (ft. Mannie Fresh) [prod. Mannie Fresh]
11. Stranger [prod.Bass Heavy]
12. Bye to the Broke Days [prod.Bass Heavy]
13. The Dog in Me [prod. Rockaway Prod]
14. Great (ft. Mickey Factz) [prod. Rockaway Prod]
15. Numb [prod. Steve-O]
16. Armageddon (Mac ft. Dee-1) [prod. Oscar Wild]
17. Keep It Movin [prod. DJ RJD2]
18. Writer’s Block [prod. 5th Child]

(Courtesy of

Yo Gotti feat. Turk, Psykho and Don Trip - Throw Your Sets Up