September 28, 2011

LD Herb - Ride With Me (Single)


Write Turk!!!! (NEW Jail Adress)

Tab Virgil # 19606-076
P.O. BOX 9000

(Revised at July 2012)

September 26, 2011

78 Million Worldwide Cash Money Records Sales [Plaque]


Da U Boys - Tha Shutdown (Album)

Da U Boys drops their album which has features from New Orleans legends Mia X and Fiend, and upcoming artists Rantz Davis , Corner Boy P, S80 and more.

Support the artists. You can buy the album on AMAZON and ITUNES.

September 24, 2011

Juvenile's New Single Featuring Rick Ross & Mannie Fresh

The two ingredients that first put Cash Money on the map back in the late 1990s are back in the lab. Juvenile recently spoke to and said that he’s been in the studio with Mannie Fresh, working on his new album, Rejuvination.

“I just came back from the studio,” Juve told XXL yesterday (September 22). “I was out there recording in Houston. I did something with Rick Ross. I did a song with Drake, and a song with Lloyd.”

The Rick Ross collaboration, called “Power” and produced by Mannie Fresh, will serve as the album’s lead single, and should be released in the next few days.

“Mannie Fresh doing most of the beats on this album,” the New Orleans vet revealed. “We trying to get the mix straight on the single. We looking at that first quarter [to release the album].”

Juvenile and Mannie haven’t worked together extensively for almost a decade, though Fresh did supply one beat for Juve’s 2006 album, Reality Check.

Be on the lookout for Juvenile’s Mannie Fresh-produced single “Power” featuring Rick Ross before the end of the month.

September 13, 2011

Interview with Jason Lyric

- Whats happenin Jason Lyric? What's going on?
I'm blessed by the best homie, couldn't complain even if I tried to.

- Explain details about your artist name; where is it from?
Well my real name is Jason, and I've always been know as a lyrical rapper. So the name was pretty easy to come up with.

- How is a day in the Jason Lyric life?
Other than me actually being a rapper, I really don't live a 'rapper' life. If I'm not working on music, I'm doing something with my daughter, I don't really party to much, real laid back cat. I love basketball and politics and good food! LOL

- What is your current situation? Are you signed to TRU Records or Power & Money?
I rock with TRU, I'm not under contract but once C-Murder gives you that stamp, that's what it is. Nah, I'm not signed to Power & Money but I got nothing but love and respect for Ceto, Marcello, Hot Beezo and Pimpin’ Magnolia.

You can expect to hear me doing records with them in the near future.

- Whats goin’ on with TRU Records?
TRU Records is still moving, the big homie is locked up but were out here holding it down doing our thang. Me, M11 & Skrill Dilly just remade "Fuck Them Other Niggas" it's epic! I think the record will get the TRU movement back where it needs to be in the rap game.

- How did you get started in the music business?
My cousin Leslie 'Tutie' Foe was heavily involved with one of the most influential rap groups to come out of N.O. 39 Posse (KLC, Mushatte, Dart... etc) and I always was fascinated with the moves they were making in the city. So I would have to say it all started there for me.

- Who are/were your main influences in your career?
My cousin Tutie, No Limit, Cash Money and 2pac

- Are you plannin’ to release a album? Independently or looking for a major distributor?
Yes my debut album "Breath of Fresh Air" will be released the end of 2012, with or without major distribution, but me and my team are in huge negotiations right now, I can't speak on it just yet though.


CUESTIONARY (Submitted by Fans)

- What makes you smile? Making my daughter smile ALWAYS makes me smile.

- How do feel about being a dad? Is it hard? I love being a dad, my daughter is my best friend and motivation, she's my biggest fan. It's a tough job but it's life, I don't know what I would do without her.

- Are u single or are you looking for love? Single and lonely lol j/p

- What inspired you to write the ‘Zone Out’ song? I just wanted to do something different. I knew it was something totally different from any other artist from New Orleans, And that's what I'm all about standing out.

Jason Lyric - Zone Out (Official Video)

- Does C-Murder and Master P have beef? I don't know, but I know they are brothers so if it is a problem I'm sure it can be fixed.

- Would you date someone who’s not in the music business? Definitely! I'm already a grounded person but I'd rather date just a 'regular' girl to ensure that I STAY grounded because this industry can turn you into a monster.

- Do you like or love making music? I LOVE making music, it is truly a passion. I make music for the love of it not the money.
- Who is your favourite rapper? 2 pac

- And your favourite producer? KLC aka The Medizine Man

- What is your definition of ULTIMATE success? Ultimate success for me is being a successful artist and eventually building my own music empire to help other artist live their dream.

- Who would you like to collaborate with? Sade, Lil Wayne, Katy Perry


- I remember when I heard you the first time in a UNLV mixtape; how is the experience to record with a legendary group of New Orleans? 

Those are my big homies for real, I've been knowing them dudes all my life. I haven't spoke to either one of them in a few years but it's still love, they gave me a lot of knowledge about the game.

- Are u still living in N.O.?
Yes I'm still here, I'm not going anywhere, no little Katrina water is gonna run me away from the city I love.

- What effect did the storm have on New Orleans music? Can it rebuild?
It had an effect because people lost their homes and some even lost their loved ones. So if you have no place to stay, chances are music is the LAST thing on your mind.

The whole Katrina situation really made people appreciate their lives and the people in it. Yes it can rebuild but let's be honest here, the government isn't in any rush to rebuild a city where most of the population was poor/middle class African American.

- Whats happenin in New Orleans? A lot of artists was murdered (Yella, VL Mike, Soulja Slim, Pimp Daddy...) Last was Magnolia Shorty, what you think about this situation?
It's really a unfortunate situation in New Orleans with all of these murders, my thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of all of those rappers you just named.

My city needs prayers, God is the only force that can stop this senseless violence, I've lost my brother, cousin and best friend to murder on New Orleans so I feel the pain first hand.

- Were you close to Soulja Slim?
I knew Slim, he was a real cat, a legend, it's just unfortunate he didn't get the worldwide praise he deserved until he was murdered.

- What u know about current B.G.’s situation in jail?
I don't know what's B.G. situation is right now, I've heard so many stories but I won't speak on what I don't know but all I can say is I hope he makes it out of that cell, it's a war against rappers right now.

They're locking rappers up for bullshit, but I'm real cool with his people so I hope he comes home and gets back to the money.

- Being that you rock with C-Murder… are you willing to do sings with Master P or any No Limit artists?
Well that's a good question, I mean to be perfectly honest with you I don't know what's the current situation with Master P and C-Murder, but I stay out of family business.

I don't have any problems with any of the artists on No Limit, I'm actually cool with a few of them. Me and Bengie good, and me and T-Bo good, but I would run it by Cee first.

- What is your favourite song of your discography?
I would have to say "Woman" of my mixtape 'The Whole TRUth" because I had my mom and daughter in mind when I made that record. I was basically letting women know you are beautiful no matter what'.

- What are your plans for the future?
My future plans are you just make the best music I can possibly make god willing.

- Are you looking for a US Tour?
Definitely! I'm actually about to go on a 10 city tour through the south. I wanna go everywhere they like hip hop at!

- What do you think about today´s rap beefs?

 I don't know.. I'm from New Orleans, where I'm from we don't "Rap beef" we beef for real!

- Anything else you want to say?
I would just like to give you a shout out homie for this interview, 1 love to all my fans out there, Free C-Murder and if you wanna know what's going on with me checkout the website:

interview by kruze

September 9, 2011

Throwback; Hakim & VL Mike - What U Wanna Do

of Dj Smallz & B.G. - Broadcasting Live From The Murder Capitol

VL MIKE Rest In Peace

Happy Birthday Soulja Slim! (M-11 Tribute)

Happy birthday to the one and only Soulja Slim. The streets still mis you!
(September 9, 1977 – November 26, 2003)

TRIBUTE by M-11 & Lokee - 'Soulja Slim'

September 7, 2011

Attention Producers; YMCMB Need U!!!

According to our friend Danny of LilWayneHQ, YMCMB are looking for SERIOUS producers ONLY. They need some stuff for Lil Wayne, Baby, Nicki, Drake.... etc. No names, but this is OFFICIAL like how they did with Snizzy ((producer of "Nightmares Of The Bottom" on Tha Carter IV).

If you are SERIOUS and INTERESTED, then please send a MEDIAFIRE link with 5 of your best tracks for YMCMB to:

Yung Khane ft. JR & Nave - I Got Alot (Single)

For More INFO go to:
or FOLLOW him on Twitter:!/YungKhane

Lil Moe - Trick'N (Official Video)

Artist: Lil Moe
Director: Tyler Yee
Lighting and Make Up: Kayln Vallot
Production Assistants: Andrew Gude , Jack Ganthier

Support Lil Moe and DOWNLOAD "Trick'N"

Follow him on Twitter: @lilmoemusic

NOLA Underground Hip Hop Awards

Supreme Street & Traffic Boutique present NOLA Underground Hip-Hop Awards. A centralized awards showcase giving appropriate appreciation, respect and honor to those who have exemplified the essential aspects of not just any particular popular culture, but urban culture. The very best of New Orleans Underground Hip-Hop.

Recently, it is taken for granted that New Orleans is a major hub for Hip-Hop. Artist' such as Lil Wayne, Jay Electronica and Curren$y are from New Orleans. The show will celebrate our local Hip-Hop artists and the honorees who have created great music and utilized their experiences to give themselves exposure despite industry obstacles.

Generations of New Orleans' Hip-Hop artist' will come together to bridge the music gap for one exceptional night. The city will unite to set off the showcase with raw style and flavor; that sparked and inspired the sound of so many artist world-wide.

Impeccable artists thrive with a distinct Southern demeanor and confidence delivering pride, pain and revelry in the booth. We are fully charged and ready to deliver the most electrifying Underground Hip-Hop Awards showcase. Guests will also have an opportunity to be apart of the action by voting for NOLA Artist of The Year.

NOLA Underground Hip Hop Awards
October 8, 2011
House of Blues

Hosted By
Shiney Green

Mannie Fresh
Mia X
Gregory D
+ more

Paying Tribute To:
Magnolia Shorty
Tim Smooth

AJ Appleberry

For more information, visit

facebook | nolahiphopawards
twitter | @nolahiphopaward

Check out the
2010 NOLA Underground Hip Hop Awards


September 6, 2011

B.G. - Hottest of the Hot (Live @ Soul Train)

Look to Gar & Hakim in the background!
Playback? Men... I miss this days!!!

September 5, 2011

Juvenile, Mystikal and Mannie Fresh announce shows for October

Tuesday, tickets went on sale for godfather of hip-hop Afrika Bambaataa’s return to the Howlin’ Wolf October 27th. On Friday, it was announced that that same long Halloween weekend (which is also, you know, the Voodoo Experience) will bring an October 29 show at the Maison on Frenchmen with the top three local-born hip-hop acts of the 90’s: Juvenile, Mystikal and Mannie Fresh.

On Friday, the folks behind the New Orleans Underground Hip-Hop Awards also announced the date for their second annual ceremony honoring the top talent in local lyricists and DJs, as well as promoters, producers and other contributors to the sound: the awards show will take place Saturday, October 8 at the House of Blues.

This year’s awards show will honor the lives of rappers Magnolia Shorty, Tim Smooth and Tre-8, as well as radio DJ AJ Appleberry, who passed away during the year since the inaugural event. At the 2010 awards ceremony, Magnolia Shorty, who was murdered in December of that year, took home the award for “Best Bounce Song.”

Tickets are available at for Afrika Bambaataa and Mannie Fresh, Juvenile and Mystikal.

Presale tickets are not yet on sale for the New Orleans Underground Hip-Hop Awards. Follow them at for info.

September 1, 2011

Jason Lyric - I Do It (Official Video)

New video from New Orleans sensation Jason Lyric "I Do It" of his latest mixtape "The Whole TRUTH".
This song was produced by Y.E. Beatz and the video was shot & directed by Marcell Bennett

Da Devils Reject - Hypnotized ft. Mz Kendra Williams & The Recruits