Monday, November 29, 2010

5 Good or bad rap album covers (?) part 7

Finally Famous: Born a Thug, Still a Thug


Finally Famous: Born a Thug, Still a Thug
is the eighth studio album by American rapper Trick Daddy.
It was released on September 15, 2009, under Dunk Ryders Records.
The album features
Rayzor, KC, Dunk Ryders, Kanesha Curry,
Janet Lawrence, Bad Guy, Desloc, Murk Champ,
Ballgreezy, Ice "Billion" Berg, Benji Brown,
Betty Wright, Jackie Henton, Erin Lynn and Shonie.
The first single for the album is
"Why They Jock" featuring Ice "Billion" Berg and Murk Champ,
with production from Mizzle Boy.

The album debuted at #34 on
The Billboard 200 selling 13,000 copies in its first week.

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NHC; Respect The Game Boot Life



Loon-E-Toon; Inglewoodz Finast
Loon-E-Toon; Inglewoodz Finast


DJ Mike T (born Mic Bryant) started his career as
a professional DJ in the late 1980s
working with the underground rap group Quicksand.
Soon afterwards, Mike T became acquainted with
MC Eiht and Compton's Most Wanted as
Quicksand and C.M.W. both appeared on the Compton compilation album.
Although Compton's Most Wanted already had a DJ (Ant Capone),
he was later fired and Mike T was asked to be the group's replacement.
Mike T laid down cuts and scratches over the group's first three albums,
the MC Eiht solo releases, and hooked up with various
underground West Coast hip-hop groups as a DJ.
In 1993 Mike T and Inglewood-based rapper
Loon-E-Toon co-released a full-length album.

Aside from his turntable trickery,
Mike T also programmed and produced many
of the classic CMW beats alongside DJ Slip.
Besides D.B.A. recording releases,
DJ Mike T got an early kick in turntable mix-ology
providing p.a. music to high schools
in the Los Angeles County area in the mid 80s.
Soon to move to larger venues such as Skateland U.S.A.,
Hollywood Live hosted by Diamond Productions,
The Hollywood Palladium (Mental Mondays) hosted by Bell- Biv- DeVoe,
Paradise 24 (The Circus & The Arena),
The Olympic Auditorium, The Hop Club, Eve After Dark Club,
Mr. J's Club, Vertigos Club, Three Palms Club feat. Squally C,
Myrons Ballroom, The Sharks Club, The Grand Avenue Club,
The Glam Slam (L.A.), The Upside Down/China Club,
Club Joshuas, The Regency West, The Current Affair Club,
The Mirage Club and many picnics, backyard, house party,
fashion shows, weddings, album release parties
mostly located in the Los Angeles County Area.

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Lil Boosie; Bad


Torrence Hatch (born November 14, 1982)
known by his stage name Lil Boosie,
is an American rapper from Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Hatch was bestowed the nickname Boosie by his family,
and he was raised in southside Baton Rouge.
He is currently serving a four-year prison sentence in
Dixon Correctional Institute for drug and gun possession.

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Afroman; A Colt 45 Christmas


A Colt 45 Christmas is the ninth album released by Afroman.
It contains songs that are all parodies of Christmas songs.
They all have themes including
sex, crimes and drugs especially marijuana and alcohol.

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Related links;
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 1)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 2)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 3)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 4)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 5)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 6)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 7)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 8)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (?) part 9

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