Tapemasters Inc. - The Future Of R&B #9.5

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Always putting down a consistent dose of the hottest new R&B with its
R&B series The Future of R&B, Tapemasters Inc. once again keeps you
tuned to the hottest music out. Featuring new tracks, club bangers, slow
jams, cameos & remixes from Ne-Yo, Cassie, Chris Brown, Ciara, Mya,
Megan Rochelle, Beyonce, Mary J Blige & Jay-Z, Kelis, Nelly Furtado &
Rick Ross, Kelis, Jaheim w/ Ghostface + Talib Kweli, Missy, Janey/Nelly.

1 - Mary J. Blige feat. Jay-Z - Turn Off The Lights
2 - Cassie feat. Diddy & Yung Joc - Me & U (Bad Boy remix)
3 - Ne-Yo feat. Joe Budden - Sexy Love (remix)
4 - Beyonce feat. Jay-Z - Deja Vu
5 - Nelly Furtado feat. Lil' Wayne - Maneater (remix)
6 - Ciara feat. Chamillionaire - Get Up
7 - Chris Brown - Glad
8 - Bobby Valentino - Wreck
9 - Nelly Furtado feat. Rick Ross - Promiscuous (remix)
10 - Mya feat. AC - I Am (produced by Kwame)
11 - Jaheim feat. Ghostface & Talib Kweli - Chosen On (remix)

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

G-Unit Radio #21 Officially Dropping July 5th & Southern Smoke 27 On The Horizon

E-Tailers will begin shipping G-Unit Radio #21: Hate It Or Love It on July 5th: www.mixunit.com/gunitradio21.html

Southern Smoke 27 has showed up on DJ Smallz MySpace page: www.profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=15366705

You know MT will have em as soon as they hit the net so stay tuned.

PM me with tape news & rumors...

Two Five - Who Is Two Five


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 Kay Slay - R&B Models Part 6

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Full-time DJ and part-time model scout DJ Kay Slay brings you the sexy 6th
edition of the mouth-watering RNB Models R&B mixtape series. Bringing some of
the hood's sexiest models from in front of the camera to in front of the nation's
mixtape audience, this CD attracts the scantily-clad cover-girl/video vixen 'Pretty'
and her money-maker.

Hosting this mixtape, Pretty joins The Drama King to bring you all-new and
exclusive R&B from the game's biggest names. This mixtape features new tracks,
remixes, slow jams and R&B club anthems from Akon & Papoose, Beyonce & Jay-Z,
Joe, Busta Rhymes & Rick James, Gnarls Barkley, Mary J. Blige, Janet Jackson &
Nelly, Nelly Furtado & Rick Ross and more.

1 - Star Cars Advertising
2 - Ghetto Soldier - Akon feat. Papoose
3 - Turn Off The Lighs - Jay-Z feat. Mary J Blige
4 - Deja Vu-Beyonce feat. Jay-Z
5 - Sexy Girl - China Black & Papoose
6 - Ghetto Stories - Remix - Cham feat. Akon

DJ Whoo Kid - BET Awards '06: It's All In The Stars (The Mixtape)

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This DJ Whoo Kid mixtape is the official 2006 BET Awards mixtape, with more than 5,000 of the CD's handed out to attending press and select attendees. If you weren't able to accept your invitation to the BET Awards, you will have to cop this one to check it.

Fans will get a chance to hear not only some of the most exclusive music, but also drops and skits from BET personalities Big Tigger, Julissa, Mad Linx, the very sexy Melissa Ford - who gets really crazy on the mic - and even the venerable Mr. Stephen Hill, senior vice president of Music Programming.

This is the second BET Awards mixtape for Whoo Kid, with all-new music featuring 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Kanye West, Jay-Z, Boyz N Da Hood, Beyonce, Ciara & Chamillionaire, Mary J Blige, Mase, Peedi Crakk, Consequence and more..

1 - Big Tigger 2006 BET Awards Intro
2 - DJ Whoo Kid feat. 50 Cent - Misdemeanor
3 - Stephen Hill Skit
4 - Lloyd Banks feat. 50 Cent - Hands Up

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.

50 Cent - Paperchaser

Big up to the N.O.

Mobb Deep Feat. 50 Cent - Nightmares

The unreleased DR. DRE produced track that they weren't able to clear for 'Blood Money'...

50 Cent Feat. Tony Yayo - 5 Heartbeats

New track from the upcoming G-Unit Radio 21...

Young Jeezy - I Do This

NEW SINGLE from Jeezy

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

MixtapeTorrent.com News & MixFiend.com Updates - 6/28/06

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Couple of updates I wanted to post:

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Rob E. Rob - 2Pac: The Official

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Rob E. Rob pays mixtape homage to hip-hop's fallen legend Tupac Shakur
on this non-stop, front-to-back megamix of the West Coast icon.

Rob E. Rob is a MixUnit favorite because his mixtapes are deeper than
99% of mixtapes out there and he's not afraid to cut a record. Packing
in more tracks than we thought could fit on a CD, Rob's created mega-mixes
for damn near every artist, from B.I.G. to Jada-muwah! to G-G-G-G-Unit
to Nasty Nas to Juelz.

This edition breaks down more than 70 classics, remixes, favorites, club
bangers and gives you one of the baddest Tupac mixes for your music
collection. You name it, it's on it, plus a bunch of versions and
unreleased cuts you've never heard.

1 - Intro
2 - Rob E Rob - Intro
3 - 2pac - Bomb First
4 - 2pac - All Eyes On Me
5 - 2pac - Hit Em Up
6 - Get It Started Again - Interlude
7 - 2pac - California Love
8 - 2pac - Toss It Up