DJ Drama - Welcome To The ATL

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What you know about that? He knows all about that! DJ Drama might
be from Philly originally, but you best believe nobody knows about the
ATL more than him. Breaking you off with this special, movie-edition
Gangsta Grillz classic, stay up on the latest ATL tip with tracks by T.I.,
Young Jeezy, Jody Breeze, Young Joc, Dem Franchize Boyz, Young
Dro, D4L, Replacementz, Crime Mob, Xtaci, Big Kuntry, DTP & K Rab.

1 - ATL Movie Trailer
2 - What You Know - T.I
3 - Ya Dig - Young Jeezy
4 - Gangsta Grillz - Jody Breeze
5 - ATL Movie Interlude
6 - Rubber Band Banks - Young Dro
7 - I'm The Weight Man - Kantrell
8 - Couple Grand! - Young Joc
9 - My Muzik Dem - Franchize Boyz
10 - Yeah - Big Kuntry
11 - Small Thangs - Big Gee & Young Jeezy
12 - Bubble Gum - K Rab
13 - Poole Palace - BHI
14 - ATL Movie Interlude
15 - Front Back - T.I & UGK
16 - Bring It Back - Xtaci
17 - BAnkhead - D4L

DJ Wally Sparks - Ludacris & DTP: Southern Conference

DJ Wally Sparks kicks back and lets the Southern Hospitality fly as
he lights up the Southern Conference with this special Ludacris/DTP
mixtape. A-Town stompin' with one of the South's favorite artists and
his extended rap family, this mixtape has exclusive blends, remixes &
tracks by Luda, Playaz Circle, Shawnna, I-20, Field Mob & Big K.R.I.T.

1 - Intro
2 - Ludacris & Playaz Circle - We Got Next Freestlyle
3 - Playaz Circle feat. Ludacris - Gucci Bag (Sparks Fly remix)
4 - Shawnna & Ludacris feat. 8Ball & MJG - Gettin Some (Sparks Fly remix)
5 - I-20 feat. Ludacris, Project Pat & Young Buck - How The Hell (Sparks Fly remix)
6 - Ludacris, Jadakiss & Juvenile - Poppin Heat (Sparks Fly Blend)
7 - Juvenile feat. Ludacris & Fat Joe - Pop U
8 - Shawn Jay (of Field Mob), Suthernfolk & Jazze Pha - Pimpin Freestyle
9 - Field Mob - My Wheels
10 - Playaz Circle & Ludacris feat. Slim Thug - U Can Believe It (Sparks Fly remix)

DJ Envy & DJ Keyz - The NY Transporters Part 2

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The People's Chioce DJ Envy and The Concept King DJ Keyz are movin'
that mixtape flow from coast to coast with brand new hip-hop tracks from
the game's top cats. Including a new track from Joe Budden, the new DJ
Khaled single uniting Beanie Sigel & Jadakiss, a Swizz-induced Jadakiss
banger + heat from Papoose, Juelz, Rermy Ma, Freeway, Clipse & more.

1 - Joe Budden feat. Coke - Stuntin
2 - DJ Khaled feat. Beanie Sigel & Jadakiss - Problem
3 - Jadakiss feat. Swizz Beatz - It Can Get Ugly
4 - Mobb Deep feat. Young Buck - Give It To Me
5 - Lloyd Banks Freestyle
6 - Remy Ma feat. Papoose, Lil Wayne, Trina & Jae Millz - Conceited RMX
7 - Freeway feat. Lil Jon - Rep Your Click
8 - Mobb Deep feat. 50 Cent & Mary J. Blige - It's Alright
9 - Juelz Santana - Gangsta Music Pt. 3
10 - Lil Wayne - What You Know
11 - Styles P. feat. Swizz Beatz - Who Want A Problem
12 - Prodigy - Got Beef
13 - Juelz Santana - King Of NY

MTV's Mixtape Monday - April 24th 2006


Bushwick, Brooklyn

Mixtape: IC:
Raps Most Wanted

Actor Jamie Kennedy goes from Malibu to BK? No, really. He hooked up with Brooklyn mixtape-circuit hustlers Sickamore and Icadon, who you've heard for years making music with Redman. But this mixtape isn't a forum for Kennedy to spout some jokes; it's more of a wake-up call to record-label execs who are sleeping on IC. He wants a deal.

Joints To Check For:

* "Family Affair" featuring Treach, Mr. Onez, Ike Dirty and Stack A. Dolla. Fifteen years ago, Treach was actually considered one of the best spitters in the game. Here, he shows he still has his flow over Mary J. Blige's "Family Affair" beat. Meanwhile, IC kicks his rhymes about chicks, whips with brand-name tires and living the lavish life.

* "Sorry Mommy Freestyle." Already know what you're thinking. This is not a musical apology to Icadon's mother for whatever skullduggery he was going through in the streets. It's actually a record trying to dissuade a pestering mistress from wanting him as her boyfriend.

Lil' Weavah - The Streets Mixtape Vol. 3

Lil' Weavah has lit up the Georgia scene for a while and the ATL emcee
has accumulated independent Soundscan numbers to prove it. Touted as
the 'top selling independent ATL artist' by some, the ATLien releases his
3rd mixtape with new tracks/freestyles from the 22-year-old Zone 4 MC
+ ATL heat from T.I., Jeezy, Jazze Pha, BoHagon, P$C // B.G., Weezy.

1 - MixUnit & Lil' Weavah Intro
2 - The Yard - Lil' Weavah
3 - What You Know - T.I.P.
4 - Born To Do It - Eva Trill feat. Young Dro [produced by Black Mobb]
5 - Just Another Day - Lil' Weavah feat. Jazze Pha
6 - Black Bill Gates Speaks
7 - Rap Sh*t - Young Jeezy
8 - The Streets - BoHagon
9 - Freaky Things - Lil' Weavah [produced by The Cancer]
10 - I'm Straight - T.I.P. feat. B.G. & Young Jeezy
11 - Lil' Weavah Checks Voice Mail
12 - Cuzz We Poe - Lil' Weavah [produced by J.A.]
13 - DJ Drama & Lil' Weavah Take Over The ATL Streets

DJ Bobby Black - Down & Dirty #17 (Hosted By Three 6 Mafia)

DJ Bobby Black collaborates for a rare mixtape from the Memphis
representaz Three-6-Mafia fresh off their Oscar win. Also the 1st rap
act from Tennesseee to go platinum, the Triple-6 hypnotizes you with
all-new Dirty South exclusives from Project Pat, Rick Ross, Paul Wall,
UGK & Mike Jones, T.I., B.G., BoHagon, 8Ball & MJG and Jody Breeze.

1 - DJ Bobby Black & Three Six Mafia Intro
2 - Project Pat - Good Googly Moogly
3 - Bonecrusher feat. Too Short, Pimp C – Can’t Get No Lower
4 - Rick Ross - Nike Air Freestyle
5 - Playa Circle feat 8-Ball & MJG - Bitch Chill
6 - Gucci Mane feat. Young Snead - Bounce That
7 - Mike Jones feat. UGK - Pouring Up
8 - B.F.E. - It's About To Go Down
9 - Young Quan feat. Paul Wall - Get My Paper On
10 - Mystikal feat B.G. - Holla
11 - T.I. - Why You Wanna
12 - O.R. - Brand New
13 - Three 6 Mafia feat. GLC - Clap Ya Hands
14 - Three 6 Mafia feat. Squad Up - High All Night

Chuck T - Down South Slangin' vs. East Coast Bangin'

Chuck T touches on the issue everybody in New York is talking about:
Why is NY hip-hop losing out to the South? With Red Cafe (Brooklyn)
taking the East's side and Guerilla Maab's Trae (Houston) takes the 3rd
Coast side. Bangin' all-new sh*t this mix features Red Cafe, Trae, Mike
Jones, D-Block & Fabolous, Lil' Wayne, The Clipse, Three-6 & Busta R.


1 - Trae Intro
2 - Swang (remix) - Trae feat. Pimp C & Jim Jones
3 - Its Goin' Down (remix) - Young Joc feat. Trae
4 - Money-N-Da Bank - Young Buck feat. Lil' Scrappy
5 - Pourin' Up - Pimp C feat. Mike Jones and Bun-B
6 - Tear This Bitch Up - All-Star feat. Young Buck
7 - Poppin' My Collar (remix) - Three Six Mafia feat. DMX
8 - Stay Off My Dick - Spark Dawg
9 - Bitch Chill - Playaz Circle feat. 8-Ball & MJG
10 - Trae Interlude
11 - Gettin' Some Head (remix) - Shawnna feat. Ludacris & Twista
12 - Where Da Cash At - Lil' Wayne feat. Currency

MTV's Mixtape Monday - April 17th, 2006



Big Proof and Iron Fist Records Presents ... Hand 2 Hand

If you go to Detroit, you can ask anyone about Motown rap and they'll tell you Proof was the mayor of the city's hip-hop scene. He worked quietly behind the scenes and helped up-and-coming artists like Trick Trick get signed, and you already know the history of how instrumental he was to Eminem. Despite his success, Proof was still reaching back to help others get on, literally until the day he died. Hand 2 Hand features an abundance of local talent that Proof was trying to not only shed light on, but bring together in a unified front.

Joints To Check For:

* "Forgive Me" remix featuring 50 Cent. The Dirty Dozen take the chorus from 50's old "Ghetto Koran" record and flip over Styles P.'s "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye" beat. D12 do what they always do: kick some of the most off-the-wall lyrics they can think of. Proof raps about coming from a dysfunctional family, Bizarre about being a crack head and "bad dad," both mumbling under their breath about their mothers. Kuniva even admits to lying to his momma.

DJ Kay Slay - Can't Stop The Reign (Hosted By Jim Jones)

The Drama King DJ Kay Slay hooks up with The Diplomats' own Jim
Jones for this special edition "Drama Hour" mixtape featuring all-new
hip-hop, freestyles and exclusives from the industry's heavyweights,
including Papoose, Lloyd Banks, Busta Rhymes, Mobb Deep/Young
Buck, T.I. & Jamie Foxx, Cam'ron & Hell Rell, LL Cool J, Ghostface.


1 - Jim Jones Intro
2 - Papoose - Now Or Never
3 - Jim Jones - Whip Ya Head
4 - Busta Rhymes - The Big Bang
5 - Lloyd Banks - 70 Bars Of Death
6 - Remy Martin feat. Papoose, Lil' Wayne, Trina & Jae Millz - Conceited (remix)
7 - Mobb Deep feat. Young Buck - Give It To Me
8 - Cam'ron feat. Hell Rell - Blew Out His Brains
9 - Remy Martin feat. Jae Millz - What You Wanna Do
10 - Papoose feat. Busta Rhymes - Get Right
11 - Jadakiss feat. Swizzbeatz - It Can Get Ugly
12 - Mobb Deep feat. 50cent & Mary J. Blige - It's Alright
13 - LL Cool J feat. Mary J. Blige - Favorite Flavor

DJ Envy - The Hitlist #18 (South Edition)

DJ Envy gives you a taste of the newest heavy rotation joints from
the Dirty South as the Hot 97/Sirius Radio DJ plugs you to his endless
stash of hits. Blasting the Top 20 and more, this mixtape features new
hits from Rick Ross, T.I., Three-6, Mike Jones, Juvenile, Paul Wall, Lil'
Wayne, Dem Franchize Boyz, Young Jeezy, Shawnna, Field Mob, UGK,

1 - Chamillionaire feat. Krayzie Bone - Ridin Dirty
2 - Rick Ross - Hustlin
3 - Dem Franchize Boyz - Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It
4 - Bow Wow feat. Mike Jones - Fresh Azimiz (remix)
5 - Shawnna - Getting Some
6 - Three 6 Mafia - Poppin My Collar
7 - T.I. - What You Know About
8 - Juvenile - What's Happening
9 - Lil Wayne - Hustler Musik
10 - Field Mob feat. Ciara - So What
11 - Chris Brown feat. Lil Wayne - Gimmie That
12 - Jamie Foxx feat. Twista - DJ Play A Love Song
13 - Avant - 4 Minutes
14 - Jagged Edge - Good Luck Charm
15 - Trey Songz - Gotta Go

DJ Envy & JD - So So Def Mixtape #2 ( We In The Streets )

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DJ Envy rolls up another So So Def mixtape with the leader of the ATL
hit-making label Jermaine Dupri and Bubba Sparxxx (as he takes a
break from his search for Ms. New Booty). With another dose of that
hot sh*t from the label that only makes hits, this joint bangs out new
hits by Daz, Franchize Boyz, Bubba Sparxxx, T Waters, Bossman &
Young Capone + new hip-hop by Kanye, E-40, Flip, Remy Ma, Busta.

1 - Jermaine Dupri Intro
2 - Daz feat. Kurupt - It's My Thing
3 - Kanye West feat. The Lox - Touch The Sky (remix)
4 - T.I. Freestyle
5 - Styles P feat. Jadakiss - Shots Fired
6 - Bubba Sparxxx Interlude
7 - Bubba Sparxxx feat. Big Boi & Killer Mike - Ms. New Booty (remix)
8 - Busta Rhymes - NY Shit
9 - Shawnna feat. Ludacris - Getting Some Head (remix)
10 - Daz feat. Rick Ross - Real Shit
11 - Bubba Sparxxx - Heat It Up
12 - Brooke Valentine feat. Pimp C - Dope Girl
13 - Lil Flip feat. UGK - U'z A Trick (remix)

DJ Envy - Down & Dirty R&B #8

DJ Envy aka. The People's Choice gives the people another round of
the Dirty South's hottest R&B or R&B-inspired tracks. Featuring all-new
R&B joints from or featuring Southern artists, this mixtape features 20
tracks with Brooke Valentine & Pimp C, Nikko & Rick Ross, Jazze Pha,
Bobby Valentino, T.I. & Naturally Smooth, Donell Jones, Snoop Dogg...

1 - Brooke Valentine feat. Pimp C - Dopegirl
2 - Cheri Dennis feat. Jim Jones & Young Joc - I Love You (remix)
3 - Nikko feat. Rick Ross - As A Child
4 - Pussycat Dolls feat. Snoop Dogg - Buttons (remix)
5 - Missez feat. Pimp C & Paul Wall - Love Song (remix)
6 - Dani feat. Snoop Dogg - I Need A G
7 - Yummi feat. Peedi Peedi - Is It Good To You (remix)
8 - Donnell Jones - Lust Or Love
9 - Trey Songz - Showin Yo Bidness
10 - Cassie - Can't Do It Without You
11 - Bobby Valentino - Hot
12 - Naturally Smooth feat. T.I.- Pimpin
13 - Razah feat. Prodigy - I'm In Love With You (remix)

DJ Envy - Purple Codeine 5.5

DJ Envy (Hot 97/Sirius Radio) has the serious lead to some of the Dirty
Dirty's hottest new tracks/freestyles getting mad love Down South. With
a gang of new tracks, this mixtape features new sh*t from Juvenile/BG/
Mannie Fresh, Lil' Flip & UGK, Lil' Scrappy & Young Buck, Chamillionaire,
Slim Thug & Killa Kyleon, Currency & Weezy, Young Dro & T.I., Pharrell.

1 - T.I. - Drive Slow (remix)
2 - Lil Scrappy feat. Young Buck - Money In The Bank
3 - Chamillionaire feat. UGK - Ridin Dirty (remix)
4 - Juvenile feat. BG & Mannie Fresh - What's Happening (remix)
5 - Shawnna feat. Ludacris & Jim Jones - Getting Some Head (remix)
6 - Clipse feat. Pharrell - Me Too
7 - Bonecrusher feat. Pimp C & Too Short - Can't Get No Lower
8 - Pimp C feat. Mike Jones & Bun B - Pourin Up
9 - Rick Ross Freestyle
10 - T.I. feat. BG & Young Jeezy - I'm Straight
11 - Lil Flip feat. UGK - You'z A Trick (remix)

DJ Screw - Unlabeled Hawk Personal '95

PROPS bruts

ScrewHeadz 06 Presents DJ Screw - Unlabeled Hawk Personal `95

CD1: 7 Tracks

CD2: 8 Tracks

R.I.P. Robert Davis Jr. aka DJ Screw (July 20, 1971 - Nov. 16, 2000)

"I'm screwed for life till the day I die. It's my style of music. At first people thought the tape deck was broke or the batteries was low or something. Shit, that's just how the music is. People caught on to it and people started loving it. When it's slowed down, you can hear the music and the lyrics better. The Way I be mixin and bringin it back and makin it repeat, I just be adding my talent in with the talent they already put into it. Make some platinium shit. I'm just tryin to promote every rapper that ain't gettin heard on the radio to the streets. That's where a nigga wants to reach is the streets."

ScrewHeadz 06 (a GoodFellaz & bruts Productions)

Eminem Breaks Silence On Proof; Rapper's Lawyer Denies He Shot First

After two days of private mourning, Eminem broke his public silence late Thursday on the death of his best friend Proof, as the slain rapper's lawyer refuted police reports that he shot first in Tuesday morning's incident at Detroit's CCC Club.

"You don't know where to begin when you lose somebody who's been such a big part of your life for so long. Proof and I were brothers," Eminem said in a statement regarding the death of his D12 partner, longtime onstage hype man and closest friend. "He pushed me to become who I am. Without Proof's guidance and encouragement there would have been a Marshall Mathers, but probably not an Eminem and certainly never a Slim Shady. Not a day will go by without his spirit and influence around us all. He will be missed as a friend, father and both the heart and ambassador of Detroit hip-hop."

Though the focus since Tuesday's incident has been on reports from police that it was 32-year-old Proof (born DeShaun Holton) who fired first, shooting bouncer Keith Bender Jr. in the face before he was fatally shot by another man, Eminem encouraged fans to remember the life of Proof, not his death.