DJ Burn One - Gorilla In Da Trunk #9

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DJ Burn One is known the shake the block with his earthquake-ish Southern
series Gorilla In Da Trunk. Also profiling some of the South's hottest
young talent, this series has been paid a visit by the likes of Yung Joc,
P$C, David Banner & Paul Wall.

Along for the ride this time is the newest acquisition to Grand Hustle
(T.I.'s label), ATL independent gorilla Yola Da Great hosts this mixtape
and pops off a couple exclusives.

This mixtape features tracks from, Young Jeezy, Yung Joc, Lil' Weavah,
Young Dro, Gucci Mane, Homebwo, Boyz N Da Hood, Eightball & MJG, Ludacris,
Bun B, Eva Trill & Marc Decoca, P$C and more.

1 - Yola Intro (produced by Chops)
2 - Yola Da Great - Ain't Nobody (produced by Don Vito)
3 - Yola Da Great feat. Young Capone & Trey Fatal - Addicted (produced by Black Mob)
4 - Eva Trill feat. Yung Joc - Uh Huh (produced by Mr. DJ)
5 - Young Jeezy - I Do This
6 - Ludacris - War With God (Dissin' ?)

Pharrell Singles Pack (3 Hot New Tracks)


Ludacris Feat. Pharrell - Money Maker

Pharrell - I Really Like You

Pharrell Feat. JayZ - Young Girl

Gillie Da Kid - Warning Shots (FULL Version - Lil Wayne Diss)

DJ Kay Slay - Papoose: The 1.5 Million Dollar Man

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Send The Armored Trucks. And send them fast. Cuz Papoose and Kay Slay are gonna need 'em. A mill and a half doesn't just fit in the Benz trunk, but don't sweat that figure cuz the Streetsweepers mixtape killer isn't settling for that. That's what's on the table. Labels, pony up! By the next mixtape, who knows what Pap could be looking at.

Back on his mixtape grind after a short vacation (only Pap can drop 10 mixtapes a year and go on "vacations"), Pap brings you another round of sweet 16's and all-new music. The 1.5 Million Dollar Man spits over 20+ new tracks on this mixtape, including joints with Beanie Sigel & M.O.P., Mike Jones & Paul Wall, Busta Rhymes, Remy Ma, Akon, Isley Brothers, Clinton Sparks & more.

1 - DJ Kayslay & Papoose Intro
2 - The 1.5 Million Dollar Man [produced by Havoc]
3 - Publicity Stunt [produced by 10 From Triad]
4 - Ghetto Soldier feat. Akon [produced by DJ Green Lantern]

Freeway Feat. Jay-Z - World War 3


Fat Joe - Click & Revolve

Raekwon - The DaVinci Code: The Vatican Mixtape, Vol. 2


One of the sharpest swords the Wu-Tang has ever known, Raekwon 'The Chef' is back in classic Wu fashion taking you on the lyrical high he is known for producing. Featuring outstanding guest shots from Busta Rhymes, AZ, Ghostface Killah, Nas, GZA and RZA, Raekwon aka Lex Diamonds is fully supported on this CD. Stick up kids, corrupt cops, and crack rocks are the three most relevant topics throughout, so if you are looking for that East Coast gangsta music, The Davinci Code: The Vatican Vol. 2 is the jump-off to jump on.

1 - King Of New York (Skit)
2 - Flawless Crowns
3 - Run (Freestlye)
4 - Rakim Tribute
5 - Skit
6 - Rap Killers
7 - Fly Shawty Penelope
8 - Brown Paper Bag
9 - Triumph Freestyle
10 - Treasurers
11 - Own My Mind
12 - New York!! feat. AZ & Ghostface Killah
13 - What's Goin' On
14 - Dangerous
15 - Skit
16 - Range Rover feat. RZA
17 - GZA Shit
18 - Counterfittin'

DJ Envy - Newz: The Takeover #2

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They call the kid Young Newz, but dude's got the voice of a man twice his age and a realness that'll bring you back in the day. Only 22 years old but repping Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn for life, Newz – despite having an incredible mixtape following – might not be the most traveled name in hip-hop . At least, not yet.

Already gaining the backing of DJ Envy after Newz' manager, a classmate of Envy's in college, introduced his rapper to the All-Star Hot 97 DJ a few years ago. Since then, along with the help of the man they call The People's Choice, Newz and rapper Coke formed Blok Gang Music, their own independent distribution label. With the help of one of the mixtape game's #1 mixtape DJs, Newz soon found his joints in heavy rotation across the board. With some of the hottest DJs giving burn to his tracks and freestyles on their mixtapes – including DJ Clue?, Big Mike and Cutmaster C, and the hottest street DVDs – such as Come Up DVD, Cocaine City and SMACK – putting Newz in front of their spotlights, the kid has earned himself an intimidating street buzz.

DJ Smallz - Dirty R&B #13

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DJ Smallz and his sexy Southern R&B mixtape series Dirty R&B have helped
introduce the mixtape world to several up-and-coming Southern R&B acts,
including Trey Songz, Tori Alamaze, Ciara, T-Pain and Chris Brown.

This time helping out Jazze Pha and his new Sho' Nuff recording act Cherish
(the ATL's hottest new female R&B quartet) as they ready their debut album,
DJ Smallz drops the lucky 13th edition of the popular Dirty R&B.

This mixtape features Southern R&B, remixes and slow jams from Cassie & Yung
Joc, Ciara & Chamillionaire, Janet Jackson & Nelly, Beyonce, Eve & T.I., Monica
& Dem Franchize Boyz, Plies & Akon, JD, Pitbull & Urban Mystic, Shawnna & Bobby
Valentino and more.

1 - DJ Smallz & Cherish – Dirty R&B Intro
2 - Eve feat. T.I. – Cash Flow
3 - Beyonce feat. Jay-Z – Déjà Vu
4 - Ciara feat. Chamillionaire – Get Up
5 - Janet Jackson feat. Nelly – Call On Me
6 - 3LW feat. Jermaine Dupri – Feelin' You

Superstar Jay - Destined For Greatness

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Turn your radio off, turn your TV off, lock your doors and fire up that
piff to his latest hip-hop mixtape banger from Superstar Jay. With an
all-new roster of joints, this mixtape features music by 50 Cent (dissin'
Fat Joe, Jada & Nas), Jay-Z (LIVE), Fabolous, Joe Budden, Jadakiss,
Jim Jones & 40 Cal, Mobb Deep, Yung Joc w/ Rick Ross & Slim Thug,
AZ & Nas, Jae Millz, Nyce, Jeezy, Ludacris, J.R. Writer + Tony Yayo.

1 - Intro
2 - 50 Cent feat. Tony Yayo - First Of The Month (Dissin' Fat Joe, Jadakiss & Nas)
3 - Jim Jones feat. J. R. Writer & Hell Rell - Goonies
4 - 50 Cent - Paper Chaser
5 - Storm P - Superman Freestyle
6 - Jay-Z - 44 Fours Freestyle (LIVE)
7 - 50 Cent - Southside To Compton
8 - Fabolous - Hollywood Freestyle
9 - Joe Budden Freestyle
10 - Young Jeezy - I Do This
11 - Ludacris - War With God (Dissin' T.I. & Young Jeezy)
12 - Clap - Cognac Impact
13 - Jim Jones feat. 40 Cal & Max B - Frustrated

Big Mike - Cruel Summer 2K6 Part 2: It Ain't About The Money!

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It's been a crazy Summer for Hip-Hop this year and nobody is capturing all the
new tracks quite like Connecticut's Kid Big Mike who returns with his sequel to Cruel
Summer 2K6, which is the It Ain't About The Money! edition.

This mixtape features nothing but new & exclusive Hip-Hop tracks from some of the biggest
names in the game. This also has new tracks produced by DJ Premier and Ron Browz.

Featuring all-new heat for the summer from J-Hood, Styles P, Sheek Louch, JR Writer, Hell
Rell, A-Mafia, Jim Jones & Max B, Cassidy, Uncle Murder, M.O.P., El Dorado Red, Mobb Deep
& 50 Cent.

1 - J-Hood feat. The LOX - Nobody
2 - J-Hood - Never Be (produced by DJ Premier)
3 - Styles P - The Ghost Comin
4 - Sheek Louch - What These Niggaz Want?
5 - Cassidy - 60 Seconds Of Death
6 - Jim Jones & Max B - Superstar
7 - JR Writer - Zoolander
8 - Hell Rell - Up And Down (Full Song)
9 - 40 Cal - Talkin That Shit

Young Buck - Do It Myself (No DJ, Clean)


DJ Smallz - Cool & Dre: The Epidemic Begins Now

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Miami hip-hop production tandem Cool & Dre have scattered the top of the
charts with major hits, recently "Holla At Me Baby" w/ DJ Khaled and "Say I" w/
Christina Milian. The duo of Andre Lyon and Marcello Valenzano are Miami's
finest boardsmen as well as proud owners of Epidemic Records. With Dre dropping
a solo (emcee-ing) album some time soon, the 305 is definitely shining right now.

Also catching a tan on this mixtape are Dade County locals Dirtbag (co-host) and
Rick Ross. This mixtape features a combination of Cool & Dre-produced records,
including a gang of joints from the DJ Khaled album, which they co-produced.

Featuring tracks from Rick Ross, Dirtbag, Clipse & Pharrell w/ Dre, Twista, Christina
Milian, Slim Thug & Chamillionaire, C-Ride, Trina, Nina Sky, Joe Hound and more .

1 - DJ Smallz & Dre – History In The Makin'
2 - Dre feat. Rick Ross – Chevy Ridin' High [produced by Cool & Dre]

DJ E.NYCE - Jae Millz: Last Of The Best

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Uptown's own, Lennox Ave's own, it's the muhf&%*in Statue, ya boy Jae Millz, all the way from '212' to you! If you aren't from around the way, Lenox Avenue is dead in the heart of Harlem, so that makes Jae Millz a product of the borough of established rapper such as Big L, McGruff, Mase, The Diplomats and Black Rob. Originally getting his start in rap in neighborhood battles, it is no surprise that Millz' freestyling ability would turn out to be his break into the rap game.

Establishing himself in the mixtape circuit with a cocky freestyle venom that would land him on Kay Slay and DJ Enuff mixtapes, Millz' battle-rapping eventually earned him a visit from Mr. Bad Boy. P. Diddy was filming The Making of The Band's second season at the time and was recruiting an emcee to match his captain Ness up against. Answering the call, Millz took on Ness in what would be described on TV by Diddy as a 'draw,' but for Millz, the stroll in the spotlight was anything but a push.