November 21, 2012

Mac & C-Murder Full Pardon Petition to Obama Admin.


WE petition the Obama Administration to:

Grant a full pardon to McKinley Phipps Jr and Corey Miller.

Convicted by a corrupt/racist Louisiana judicial system!

In September 2001, McKinley Phipps Jr was wrongfully convicted of manslaughter and was imposed a 30 year sentence. Even though 1 of the 2 witnesses recanted her statement on the stand. The other witness a felon with new charges looming over him, lied so he could work a deal with the then DA office to avoid jail time.

 In September 2007, Corey Miller was wrongfully convicted of murder. Although the sole witness perjured himself on the stand and the forensic experts stated that there was no physical evidence to tie Mr Miller to the crime. He was sentenced to life. 

Both are high profile music artists that had strong ties in the community, especially the youth. 
Both became victims of the super corrupt Louisiana judicial system.Both lost considerable time from their families.
We seek full pardon!

B.G. Calls Turk from Prison! (Audio)

B.G., who is currently in a federal prison in Texas calls up Turk who was just released from prison.
 Turk then talks about recording a track with Mystikal & Mack Maine and his plans to head to Miami to meet up with CMR.

Turk - Blame It On The System (Mixtape Artwork)

Comming real soon. Produced by Drumma Boy, Mannie Fresh, Ke'Noe, Lil Lody and Young Turk

Here is a snippet; 

Young Juve - Son Of a Hot Boy (Official Mixtape)

Dee-1 - Love Me Some You (Official Video)

Download Dee-1's new mixtape #TheFocusTape on iTunes or for FREE. Just get it...

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Shot by: Xavier Ruffin
Edited by: Xavier Ruffin


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Event of the Week (November 29)

November 9, 2012

Ozone Interviews Hot Boy Turk

Recently released after serving over 8 years in prison, Turk, formerly of the Hot Boys, 
speaks on reuniting with Cash Money, kicking his heroin habit, and more. (Oct 2012)

November 7, 2012

Juvenile Breaks Down His 25 Most Essential Songs

Tomorrow marks the 14-year anniversary of Juvenile's 400 Degreez. The album sold over four million copies, spawned rap's greatest booty shaking anthem ("Back That Azz Up"), established Juvenile as a premier Southern rapper, and took Cash Money from a strong independent label to a national empire. A few months back, Juve swung by the Complex offices to discuss the making of not only the essential cuts from 400 Degreez, but all the songs that shaped his career.
Talking to the 37-year-old rapper today, it's clear that he's at peace with himself and proud of his accomplishments. Juve talked about how he started selling tapes on his own and making good money before teaming up with Cash Money just to work with Mannie Fresh. He recalled finding his voice with "Solja Rag," and how he persevered through a bad breakup with the label.

Juvenile also spoke candidly about his mistakes: sleeping on Nelly, passing up what would become Flo Rida's hit song "Low," and not wanting to release music when he dropped Tha G-Code. But through it all, he's a survivor. “And I ain’t finished yet," says Juvenile. "I’m just getting started in my book.” Read on for 25 amazing stories from one of rap's most underrated greats.

As told to Insanul Ahmed (@Incilin)

November 4, 2012

Ceto - Fake Niggas Do That (Official Video)

Here is the official video of 'Fake Niggas Do That' by Ceto of Magnolia Boys