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Tapemasters Inc. & Styles P - The Inc Files Part 9 (D-Block Edition)

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01. Styles P. & Tapemasters Inc. - Intro
02. Jay-Z - Fourty Four 4's (Freestyle)
03. Styles P. - Grammy Family
04. Ludacris - War With God
05. 50 Cent feat. Mobb Deep - Nightmares
06. J.R. Writer feat. Hell Rell & Jim Jones - Goonies
07. AC - I Don't Know How I Do It
08. Joe Budden & AC - Crazy
09. Nas - Where Ya'll A
10. Jay-Z & Mary J. Blige - Turn Off The Lights
11. Freeway - Spot Runner
12. The Game & Riz - Where's Your Money
13. Lupe Fiasco - Life Wasn't Attractive (Kick Push Pt. 2)
14. Juelz Santana & Sky Balla - Real Talk
15. 40 Cal. - Pop It Off
16. Fabolous & Sam Scarfo - 2 Steps To The Left
17. Lloyd Banks feat. 50 Cent - Hands Up
18. Styles P. - Intermission
19. J.R. Writer feat. Nicole Wray - Xtacy
20. J.R. Writer - What Set You Claim
21. AC - Who Signed U
22. 40 Cal. - Muthafuckin' Hustla
23. Boyz N Da Hood feat. T.I. & Lil' Wayne - Gangstaboyz
24. Young Buck feat. Mobb Deep - Project Niggaz

Big Mike - Cruel Summer 2K6: When It's Reppin' Time, I Stay On My Grind!

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Hip-hop mixtape heavyweight Big Mike is wrapped up in the heat of this
cruel, cruel summer on his latest hip-hop mixtape banger. With the dead of
the summer right around the corner, The Kid recommends you get yourself
some BlueBlockers and SPF 15 and get on your summer grind.

This mixtape features a ton of new joints and exclusives, including headlining
tracks from D-Block, Lloyd Banks, Jay-Z from his Reasonable Doubt concert and
joints from the entire Dipset crew.

Bringing new heat on this mixtape in the form of beat-jackings, remixed flows
and new exclusives, you can expect new joints from Papoose, 50 Cent, Mobb Deep,
Ludacris, Fabolous, Juelz Santana & Willie The Kid, Hell Rell & Stack Bundles,
Uncle Muder and more.

1 - Styles P - D-Block Family
2 - Sheek Louch - D-Block Reggaeton
3 - Lloyd Banks - 8 Minutes Of Death (LIVE On Cosmic Kev)
4 - Lloyd Banks feat. 50 Cent & Mobb Deep - Bitch Get Off Me

Two Five - Who Is Two Five

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Who Is Two Five? Good question. It would be easy for people to assume they know Two Five. The birth cousin of rap mogul 50 Cent, his name symbolized the once sibling-like relationship between the two growing up in Southside Jamaica, Queens. It would seem then that Two Five would be an easy emcee to put in a box. One would assume that with a family member seated so prominently in the hip-hop industry and a name given to him based upon his bond with that hip-hop boss, Two Five would have his hip-hop road paved in gold. In reality, it couldn't be further from the truth.


Once cousins so close that neighborhood locals often referred to them as brothers, the two grew up in the same house – their grandmother's. The woman credited with raising Curtis "Interscope" Jackson also raised a young Michael Francis aka. Two Five aka. Twenty-five Cent. With Two Five being a young teenager at the time 50 was coming up, the hip-hop superstar mentored his younger cousin along the way and helped mold him into an aspiring rapper.

DJ L-Gee & Ali Vegas - The Best Of Ali Vegas Vol. 2 : The Prince Of N.Y. Soon To Be King

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It hasn't happened yet, but it's coming. It's been a long time coming – seven years to be exact. That was about the time when Ali Vegas, then a 16-year-old slick-talking emcee from Southside Jamaica, Queens, started his hip-hop journey. Unfulfilled contracts, major label red tape and industry setbacks kept the kid from pushing his music to the masses and living up to his own expectations. But the end of the rainbow is much brighter than the beginning, so enough with the past. Back to the future.

Keeping the streets flooded with music when he couldn't get it poppin' through his label, Vegas earned himself an underground reputation with a variety of mixtapes and mixtape appearances, including a publicized beef with DJ Clue? and Fabolous. Carving a mixtape niche for himself over the years, a buzz is never anything Vegas aka. The Prince of New York has ever had to worry about.


With his older cousin, NBA star Lamar Odom, Vegas helped craft the blueprint for Rich Soil Records, a joint venture between the two (headlined by the Queens emcee, of course) . With his label situation solidified once and for all, and his full-length debut album Who Needs A Pen? on the way, Vegas returns his old ways and mixtape habits.

DJ Absolut & The Ruff Ryders - Official Ruff Ryder Mixtape: We In Here

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The indestructable Ruff Ryders family is groomed for success. Since the
mid-1990s when the Ruff Ryders first blew hip-hop out of the water with
their hit single "Ruff Ryders Anthem." Since then, they're artists have
sold 20 million records.

But that's obviously not enough, so with albums coming from DMX,The Lox
and Swizz Beatz the forecast is sunny with a chance for platinum showers.
With Swizzy and DMX throwing teasers in mixtape rotation of late, it was
only a matter of time before they released another official mixtape.

In corroboration with Hot 97's All-Star DJ Absolut, the tight-knit Ruff Ryders
family is all in the building and all in the family on this official mixtape
banger. This joint features new tracks & freestyles from DMX, Cassidy, The
Lox (including solo cuts from Styles P, J-Hood & Jadakiss), Swizz Beatz, Drag-On,
Flashy, Kartoon, My-My and more.

1 - Introduction feat. Swizz Beats, Styles P, Cassidy & Drag-On

40 Cal. - Trigger Happy

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Fans got introduced to Dipset rifleman 40 Cal. on the Harlem
byrdgang's Diplomats, v.5 – the last installment in the classic
mixtape series. Anchoring the mixtape and introducing himself
to the Dipset world with one major freestyle, 40 is now a Dipset fixture.

Since that mixtape, Dude's been causing problems with the Harlem
supergroup. The latest official member of The Diplomats, the gun-crazed
40 Cal. aka. Semi Sosa has earned a heavy reputation after a few
famous Fight Klub battles left him holding the proverbial belt.

With the Dipset marxman recently putting heat in the street with the
best-selling 40 To Life mixtape, the kid 40 Cal. steps back in the booth
to release this official Diplomats Records mixtape. Packed with exclusives,
this mixtape features new tracks and freestyles + cameos from the Dipset family.

1 - Intro
2 - Paid In Full
3 - Hit 'Em Wit Tha 40 feat. Bezel

Radio & DJ Domination - Styles P: Pressure

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Radio & Domination bring you the Yonkers vet Styles P, one-third
of The Lox and one-fourth of D-Block for this mixtape the rapper
can't nobody see (so they call him The Ghost).

With his anticipated sophomore album Time Is Money slotted for a
2006 release, the streets stay hot with this mixtape and keep Pinero
in ya ear.

With 44 tracks featuring the D-Block assassin Styles P, this mixtape
brings you all-new Black Ice remixes, verses, freestyles, disses,
cameos and unreleased cuts. Also featuring Jadakiss, Sheek, J-Hood,
Akon, Swizz Beats, Fat Joe, Snyplife, Nas, Wyclef, Fabolous, St. Laz
& Killa Klump.

1 - Feel It In The Air feat. Jadakiss & Sheek Louch
2 - Money & Murder
3 - Take The Crown
4 - Who Want A Problem? feat. Swizz Beats
5 - The Corner feat. Akon
6 - D-Block
7 - History In The Making (Black Ice remix)
8 - Way We Get Down feat. Fat Joe, Wyclef & Snyplife
9 - Quick 3 Piece feat. J-Hood

DJ Love Dinero - Lloyd Banks: The Blue Hefner Mixtape

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DJ Love Dinero takes you 45 tracks, freestyles, verses, remixes &
classics deep with mixtape flow from the G-Unit's youngest in charge
Lloyd Banks. With Banks set to release his sophomore LP The Rotten
Apple some time soon, Love D aka. The Mixtape General bring you a
cool 45 joints from the G-Unit punch-line stunta. Bringing you the most
recent mixtape cuts, including joints featuring G-Unit, LL & Mobb Deep.

1 - My House feat. 50 Cent
2 - Cake feat. 50 Cent
3 - Get That Money
4 - Freeze (remix) feat. LL Cool J & 50 Cent
5 - 70 Bars
6 - Put Ya Handz Up
7 - Number One Draft Pick
8 - You Already Know (remix)
9 - Breathe Easy
10 - Who Shot Ya
11 - Story To Tell
12 - Stole Something feat. Mobb Deep
13 - U, Me, Him, Her Pt. 1
14 - U Ready
15 - International Flow
16 - Doin My Own Thang
17 - Stay Gangsta'd Up
18 - Poppin' Bottles
19 - Bangers
20 - After My Cheddar feat. 50 Cent & Tony Yayo

DNA - The Chain Remains: Rebirth Of A Dynasty

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The Roc is definitely in the building. Back on this DNA mixtape,
the Dynasty is back in effect after a brief hiatus. After what
left some saying Hova led a coup over at the R.O.C., the Chain
Remains intact on this Roc-A-Fella-headlined joint.

For this special Industry Xposure mixtape, mixtape fans witness
the "Rebirth of a Dynasty" with a few new faces and a slew of
old ones over at Roc Familia headquarters, including their
newest signee, Foxy Brown.

This mixtape brings you through the R.O.C.'s All-Star lineup,
including a few unreleased tracks from the Boss. This mixtape
features 27 tracks and appearances from Freeway, Kanye West,
Peedi Peedi (aka. Peedi Crakk), Young Chris & Memphis Bleek.
Also featuring guest shots from Consequence, Ray Cash, Lil'
Wayne, Rick Ross, Project Pat, Pharrell & others.

1 - IX Intro: Memphis Bleek - The Diamond Is 4 Ever
2 - Memphis Bleek & Peedi Peedi - Ride Til It's Over

Biggie, Big Pun, Big L, M.O.P. & Kool G Rap - Lyrical Gangstas Of New York

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1 - Best In New York – Notorious B.I.G.
2 - House Of Pain '03 – Notorious B.I.G. feat. 2pac & Busta Rhymes
3 - B.I.G. – Notorious B.I.G.
4 - Mr. Cee Freestyle – Notorious B.I.G.
5 - Funkmaster Flex Freestyle – Notorious B.I.G.
6 - Real Niggaz – Notorious B.I.G.
7 - P.I.M.P. – Notorious B.I.G. (DJ Clear mix)
8 - Thug Soldiers – Notorious B.I.G. feat. 2pac (2 Gunz Mix)
9 - Represent Queens – Kool G Rap
10 - On Da Run – Kool G Rap (DJ Clear mix)
11 - It's A Demo 2002 Freestyle – Kool G Rap
12 - Thug's Anthem – Kool G Rap
13 - Friend Of Ours – Kool G Rap feat. E. Money Bags & Nature
14 - DJ Enuff Freestyle – Kool G Rap
15 - Street Blues (Damn mix)
16 - Represent 139 – Big L
17 - Size Em Up – Big L (DJ Clear mix)
18 - Flamboyant – Big L
19 - Flamboyant, Part 2 – Big L
20 - Tribute To Big L
21 - Ebonics – Big L
22 - Kay Slay Freestyle – Big L
23 - Yes You May (remix) – Big L feat. Lord Finesse

The Best Of Papoose - The Official Mixtape

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By far and away the most consistent and productive mixtape emcee
in the vast mixtape landscape, Papoose releases this retail-style
mixtape highlight reel. Recently signed to Flipmode Records, it's
only getting started.

Taking you through the extensive mixtape discography from the street
champ, this mixtape breaks down mixtape classics from the Brooklyn
rapper. Crowned the Underground Mixtape Artist of the Year last year
after releasing a handful of mixtapes, the count is now 10 and counting.

This mixtape features classic freestyles and tracks from Papoose with
guest appearances from Nas, Ghostface, Remy Martin, DJ Green Lantern,
Mike Jones, Paul Wall, Bun B, J.R. Writer, Maino and more.

1 - Born In NYC
2 - Mother Nature feat. Razah
3 - Corner Stone [produced by DJ Green Lantern]
4 - No Competition feat. Remy Martin
5 - Who You Know feat. Mike Jones
6 - Ridin' Shotgun feat. Paul Wall

Big Mike & Evil Empire - Interstate Trafficking 2.0

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The hip-hop heavyweight Big Mike is in the building with Southern mixtape
newcomers Evil Empire to bring you this sequel in the Interstate Trafficking
series. On display are the hottest emcees from state to state.

This mixtape features a gang of tracks from hip-hop's cream of the crop from
Coast to Coast, including new tracks from Jay-Z, Nas, 50 Cent/G-Unit and The Game.

Also bringing new heat on this mixtape in the form of beat-jackings, remixed flows
and new exclusives, you can expect new joints from The Dipset's Jim Jones, Hell Rell,
J.R. Writer and Max B, as well as D-Block's Styles P and Sheek Louch. Weighing in
from the South is T.I., Chamillionaire, UGK, Boyz N Da Hood, Rick Ross, Lil' Wayne,
Yung Joc and more.

1 - Jay-Z - Turn His Lights Off
2 - Nas - Where Ya'll At?
3 - Lloyd Banks & 50 Cent - Hands Up
4 - The Game & Riz - We Got Your Money
5 - Jim Jones feat. Max B - Controversy

Kweli:Confidential - The Best of Talib Kweli

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1 - DJ Chaps Intro
2 - The Time Is Now feat. Reflection Eternal
3 - Subway Surfing feat. Rakim
4 - Mauricio Freestyle feat. DJ Khalil
5 - Fly That Knot
6 - Beef II feat. Murda Mook
7 - On Top feat. Krondon
8 - Who Got It
9 - Crystal Stair w/ Tek & Steele
10 - Stay High Freestyle w/ Ras Kass
11 - How We Do It w/ Hi-Tek, Slim Thug & Snoop Dogg
12 - None Of Us Are Free w/ Bun B.
13 - Ridin' w/ David Banner & dead prez
14 - Fallin' Star
15 - Hot Nite - Michelle N'degocello
16 - Temperature w/ Zion I
17 - We Can Make It Better w/ Kanye West, Q-Tip, Common & Rhymefest
18 - Old School Rules w/ Danger Doom (Danger Mouse & MF Doom)
19 - Raw Shiw w/ Jaylib (Jay Dee & Madlib)
20 - Like That w/ Black Eyed Peas, Q-Tip & Cee-Lo
21 - Music (remix) feat. Leela James

J-Love - Street Savior: Return Of The Street King (Hosted By Ghostface Killah)

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With Fishscale pouring scalding fish grease all over Ghostface Killah's
most loyal fans, the leader of Theodore Unit is back in the streets with
J-Love, the reigning Underground Mixtape DJ of the Year (and 2 years
running!). This mixtape kicks off a new series for J, but the same skillz
and rare gems light up this CD. New music from Ghost & Rae, AZ, Pete
Rock, Trife, Mobb Deep, Masta Killa, KRS, Pharaohe Monch & Sadat X.

1 - Intro
2 - Ghostface Killah - Iron Man [produced by J-Love]
3 - Ghostface Killah feat. Wu Tang Clan - 9Mm Bros(remix) [produced by J-Love]
4 - J-Love feat. N.Y.C Krooks - Fire Burnz [produced by J-Love]
5 - Trife & Tommy Whispers (Theodore Unit) - The Chosen One
6 - Ghostface Killah - Angels
7 - Raekwon - Blu Eagelz
8 - Killa Sha - The Church
9 - Pete Rock feat. Raekwon & Masta Killa - The P.J.'S
10 - Cormega & Lakey The Kid - The Oath
11 - AZ - Professional Style

DJ J. Period - The Best Of Nas (Limited Edition - Hosted By Nas)

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Hosted by Nas: this joint has Nas covered, starting with an exclusive '91
freestyle & 'Live At The BBQ,' moving thru 'Halftime,' eventually on to
'Street Dreams,' exclusive '96 freestyles, 'Nas Is Like,' '1 Mic' & 'Ether'.

1 - Intro '91 Freestyle [exclusive]
2 - Live At The BBQ [classic]
3 - Made You Look
4 - Made You Look (remix) feat. Ludacris
5 - Made You Look (J. Period remix)
6 - Righteous Records Interlude [exclusive]
7 - Nas Is Like
8 - Represent
9 - Halftime
10 - If I Ruled The World
11 - 96 Freestyle, part 1 [unreleased]
12 - 96 Freestyle, part 2 [unreleased]
13 - 96 Freestyle, part 3 [unreleased]
14 - Dr. Knockboots
15 - Ultimate High feat. Nature
16 - Street Dreams
17 - Silent Murder [unreleased]
18 - You're The Man
19 - Doo Rags
20 - Memory Lane (Sittin' In The Park)
21 - The Message (Mafioso remix)
22 - Life's A Bitch feat. AZ
23 - What Goes Around (Poison)

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