Monday, August 31, 2009
Sunday, August 30, 2009
Saturday, August 29, 2009
Friday, August 28, 2009
Thursday, August 27, 2009
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Catch LA PROFECY in the video...walking with the Purple on...Blue fit it cap...Yeah we doing our numbers...
Monday, August 24, 2009
Saturday, August 22, 2009
Friday, August 21, 2009
Thursday, August 20, 2009
1.Gucci Mane- We did that - http://sharebee.com/8d7d5bd9
2.OJ Da Juiceman- 09 riding - http://sharebee.com/aa7cdec0
3.OJ Da Juiceman-Polar Bear - http://sharebee.com/e5537695
4.OJ Da Juiceman- Boosted up my Ego - http://sharebee.com/06ca88e8
The Records above where broken by La Profecy and DJ Diggz.
Twitter is a valuable tool for information.Just ask Omarion...lol This was tweeted earlier from Mack Maine
RT @mackmaine :ATTN: Omarion is no longer Young Money...the song they leaked ft. Wayne is not official..good luck 2 him in his future
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
“That and the music I started making. I finally made peace with my city. And that was important for me to start this album, because I didn’t feel peace here. I was starting to come home and feel like everybody was staring at me weird. I was starting to feel a little paranoid. A couple things will happen, people will try to check on you. And you just get to the point where it’s like, ‘I don’t feel comfortable at home.’ That’s a bad thing, especially when Toronto inspires so much of the music that I make.“
Damnit man say it aint say so...
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Monday, August 17, 2009
WRIGHTSTOWN — A Philadelphia rapper was arrested on a marijuana possession charge early Sunday morning while on his way to a performance at a local tavern, state police said today.
Dwight Grant, 35, who is known as the rapper Beanie Sigel, was found in possession of under 50 grams of the drug during a 12:44 a.m. traffic stop at the intersection of Fort Dix and Main streets, said Sgt. Julian Castellanos, spokesman for the New Jersey State Police.
The driver, Karl S. Dargan, 24, of Philadelphia, and another passenger, Justin S. Gaines, 25, of Westville, Gloucester County, also were charged with marijuana possession of under 50 grams, Castellanos said.
Grant, Dargan and Gaines were not believed to be in jail, Castellanos said.
Grant rose to prominence as a rapper in the late 1990s after making guest appearances on albums put out by The Roots and rapper Jay-Z. His debut album, “The Truth,” was released by Roc-A-Fella Records in 2000. He has had several hit records since.
Grant also has a lengthy criminal history, including stints in prison for weapons possession and parole violations. He was acquitted of an attempted murder charge in 2005 that stemmed from a shooting in West Philadelphia, according to published reports.
On Sunday, Grant was on his way to perform at a private function at Kelly’s Bar on Rexall Avenue, according to a bar employee. The performance was canceled as a result of his arrest, the employee said.
Sunday, August 16, 2009
Saturday, August 15, 2009
Thursday, August 13, 2009
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
02. Pop Off (Feat. Vado)
03. Drama (Feat. Vado)
04. La Bomba (Feat. Vado)
05. Rick Flair (Feat. Vado)
06. Hustle (Feat. Rick Ross & Vado)
07. Get It (Feat. Ma$e & Vado)
08. Can ‘t Say Goodbye (Feat. Vado)
10. Land Of The Dealers (Feat. Vado)
11. Fed Story (Vado Solo)
12. We In This Thing (Feat. Yung La & Vado)
13. Blow My High (Feat. Vado & Darnell)
15. Different Cloth (Feat. Vado)
16. Professional (Feat. Byrd Lady & Vado)
17. Ride Wit Me (Feat. Vado)
18. The Baddest (Feat. Vado & Darnell)
20. Lenox Ave (Feat. Vado & 40 Cal)
21. Arab Music (Feat. Vado & Byrd Lady)
23. Soul Plane (Feat. Vado)
24. Stop (Charlie Clips Solo)
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
Your welcome...follow me @laprofecy
Joe Budden Challenges Raekwon To A Squaredance Fight 1-on-1! & Says He Will Get Beat Up! The Bodyguard That Punched Me Couldn't Even Punch Me Right.
For my Jersey artist...this can't be the face of Jersey....he's making us look bad...your thoughts?
Monday, August 10, 2009
Sunday, August 9, 2009
Saturday, August 8, 2009
State Prop gang is back in the building with something off Beanie Sigel’s album The Broad Street Bully which is slated for release September 1st. It’s been a minute since we heard something from Beans so you know this new shit has gotta be raw. We definitely need more of that gutter rap from him in the game right now.. EAARLY! Props to Shake.
DOWNLOAD: Beanie Sigel – Ready For War (feat. Young Chris & Freeway)
Friday, August 7, 2009
Thursday, August 6, 2009
Fat Joe called into the show today to discuss this Liza Rios story:
Fat Joe interview on Hot 97’s morning show with Cipha Sounds, Peter Rosenberg & K. Foxx. He speaks about the issues regarding Big Pun’s wife’s allegations and financial problems.
Audio: Fat Joe Calls Cipha Sounds & Rosenberg | Yesterday’s show
UPDATE: Liza Rios calls in after hearing Joe on the radio. Listen below:
Audio: Liza Rios’ Phone Call to Hot 97
HipHopDX has been doing a great job with their thorough reporting on the nearing end of Shyne’s long bid…..On Monday, HipHopDX posted:
“After serving eight-and-a-half years of a 10 year sentence for his role in the infamous Club New York shooting on December 27, 1999, Shyne finally knows the day he will once again become a free man: October 6, 2009. That release date has already been confirmed by the parole board, but a hearing tomorrow will outline the parameters of ‘Po’s parole, details that could determine whether or not the former Bad Boy Records artist will be able to resume his recording career free of stifling restrictions….”
more details about Shyne after the jump…
HipHopDX also reports:
“What happened was when they sentenced him [in March of 2001 to ten years] they didn’t sentence him to any parole – post release supervision, which was mandatory. So the Correction Department has asked the court to re-sentence him – under the law they can do that,” explained Shyne’s attorney, Oscar Michelen, to HipHopDX. “And so the judge will decide whether to give him the maximum parole, which is five years, or the minimum parole, which is two-and-a-half years.”
Now, according to HipHopDX, the parole decision will determine Shyne’s ability to leave the state which then impacts whether he is able to make a living as an artist (touring, recording, etc)….but, is there still a freeze on Shyne’s bank accounts because of the unresolved civil suits related to the Club New York incident? And did those suits ever get resolved on the Diddy side?
There is one other element to this case which could impact Shyne’s freedom, but I’ll wait on it….he’s served a long time, he’s become an Orthodox Jew (and changed his name to Moses Michael Leviy), and is very devoted to his faith. He still has alot of friends in the business who care about him, and I hope he still wants to make music.
“To even get a feel for it, we’ll start with the ‘Intro,’ ” he said. “When you buy this album, you’ll know where I’m going. If I can recall, one of the first lines is, ‘No matter what they think, I’m trying to do better/ Despite of what they think, I’m making you better/ So let them go back and forth about who’s better.’
“To me, that’s how I feel,” he continued. “No matter what they think, I go harder to be an example for my homies and everybody around me. I’m trying to make cats better. So if you feel the rapping part is that serious to you, then you go with that. When you go with motivational speaking, you don’t want it to rhyme — you want it to make sense. If he sounds like he’s rhyming, it sounds like a jingle — like he’s trying to sell you a turkey burger or something.”
The Snowman feels that after completing a couple of LPs, he has his craft down pat.
“I got a joint called ‘I Got This,’ ” he said about the new album. “Then there’s ‘Suicide Music.’ I don’t wanna give it all up, because you’ll probably figure out where I’m going. The list goes on. To me, I know [artists] say, ‘This is going to be my best work.’ This is going to be my best work with the experience I have and I’m still me. Cats been rocking with me for four or five years. I’mma give them what they need to do and I’m gonna motivate the thugs.”
Wednesday, August 5, 2009
We posted the stream last night but here is the full download link to the 3rd volume of the Bullets Ain’t Got No Names series for those who asked for the iPod link. Enjoy.
DOWNLOAD: DJ Whoo Kid, The Empire & Jonny Shipes Present: Nipsey Hussle – Bullets Ain’t Got No Names Vol. 3 (All Money In, No Money Out Edition) [Mixtape]
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
1. What We Talking About (Produced by Kanye West)
2. D.O.A. (Produced by No I.D.)
3. Weigh Me Down Feat. Kid Cudi (Produced by Kanye West)
4. Unforgiven (Produced by Kanye West, Additional Production: MGMT)
5. Run This Town Feat. Rihanna & Kanye West (Produced by Kanye West)
6. Empire State Of Mind Feat. Nas (Produced by Kanye West & No I.D.)
7. When It Comes To This (Produced by Timbaland)
8. Always Feat. Drake (Produced by Kanye West)
9. Scenes From The Past (Produced by No I.D., Co-produced by Kanye West)
10. Everyday A Star Is Born Feat. Mr. Hudson (Produced by Kanye West)
11. Already Home (Produced by Kanye West)
12. Forever Young Feat. Mr. Hudson (Produced by Kanye West)
13. Thank You (Produced by No I.D.)
14. Sound Of The 70s (Produced by Kanye West)
15. We Made History (Produced by Kanye West)
Monday, August 3, 2009
03. 50 CENT-CLIP POP
04. 50 CENT-BUMP HEADS
05. BEANIE SIEGEL-THE FIRST ONE
06. BEANIE SIGEL,CASSIDY,BLACK DINERO & GILLIE DA KID-MONEY IS MY OPERATION
08. CAMRON & MA$E-GIMME DAT
09. MAX B-DEAD SOLVER
10. MAX B-FIRST OF THE MONTH
11. LLOYD BANKS,MAX B & FRENCH MONTANA-NOT TRYING TO GO HOME
12. LLOYD BANKS-NIGGAS IS TRASH
13. UNCLE MURDA & LUCKY DON-FUCK ICE-GRILLIN
14. CUZIN & BROOKLN & UNCLE MURDA-GET DIRTY
15. JADAKISS & STYLES P-OTHER THAN THAT
16. JADAKISS & PRINZ (BLACKHAND)-FLY GANG
17. MAX B-GRAND CRU PT 2
19. CAMRON,40 CAL & VADO-LENNOX & 7TH
20. RON PAUL-IF WE AINT IN YA HOOD
21. SHEEK LOUCH-BACK ON THE STREET
22. TONY DUCKS & LARGE AMOUNTS (D-BLOCK)-THE REAL
23. MEL MATRIX-HARD LUCK
24. JIM JONES-SERENADE
25. HELL RELL-OK YA DEAD
27. MAX B-WHAT WE WANT
28. 50 CENT-THEY WANT MORE
29. LLOYD BANKS-X-MAN
30. PLATINUM P-i try
31. FABOLOUS & LIL WAYNE-SALUTE
32. GUCCI MANE-FLOW SO WEIRD
33. GUCCI MANE & OJ DA JUICEMAN-COOK (SKURT THE SIDES)
34. OJ DA JUICEMAN-GIMME 20 DOLLARS BITCH
35. GUCCI MANE-EGO TRIPPIN
36. OJ DA JUICEMAN-WHO GOT THE TIME?
37. YO GOTTi-WHAT IM TALKIN BOUT
38. MAX B-SCREAM
1. The Anthem
2. Always Fly
3. Scrilla Squad Soldier
5. Maybach Music
7. Swag Surfin Freestyle
8. Bakery Boy
10. Ok You're Right (freestyle)
11. Plenty Money ft. Sammie
12. Real Rap
13. America's Nightmare
14. The Massacre
16. This is What it feels like
17. You know my Motto
19. In Motion
This bottle of Opus One is low but my spirits are high my friends. I am about 2 hours away from Toronto, CA where I will be spending the next chunk of time recovering from a surgery that I now must have. I embarked on this tour with a torn ACL, MCL, and LCL and due to the events that happened the other night lord only knows what other damage I have done. On the bright side I will begin the reflecting and soul searching that its going to take to make this album and my outfit on the night I fell was crack. I will forever push myself beyond the limits despite advice and recommendations given because even with this new found success I am still the kid who wanted this more than anything in the world. Its funny when I read comments from previous fans who have lost interest because of the radio play and exposure I have. I just want to assure anyone reading that nothing has changed on my end. I refuse to get comfortable, I refuse to fall in line and follow anyone elses formulas. I still work as if So Far Gone had never dropped and I'm still trying to figure out how I'm going to gain entry to this game.
“Missing someone gets easier everyday. Because, even though it is one day further from the last time you saw each other, it is one day closer to the next time you will”
See you soon.
Sunday, August 2, 2009
Saturday, August 1, 2009
DJ DRAMA’s statement:
“After reading Jeezy’s unprovoked insults in that XXL article, it seems like the guy’s pretty emotional if u ask me! Maybe he’s dealing wit some things in his career, I don’t know. He did an interview a few months back with Elliot Wilson on RapRadar. and said the total opposite! He was talkin bout, “Drams the homie and we may work together again, etc.” Now I’ve never spoken on our issues because I believe grown man business is just that, and running to the media to whine is not my thing.
But more importantly, his statement about me trying to charge him $20k for a mixtape is a BOLD FACE LIE. I never charged Jeezy for nothin’. I did two Slick Pulla tapes (4th Ward Day, Election Day) for free and a Bloodraw tape (The Indictment Papers) for free. Anything Jeezy ever needed from me, I did without hesitation. He doesn’t want to deal with the real reason why he’s mad.
The tension between us actually started when I deejayed his USDA release party (FOR FREE) and I played a Gucci Mane record. He stormed out of his own party and didn’t speak to me for about 2-3 months. Me, being a DJ, I was just rockin’ the crowd and giving the people what they had been requesting. I don’t get involved in that other stuff.
I could go deeper into his angry reaction to me working with Gucci but, again, I’m a stand-up guy. I’m loyal to those who are loyal to me. I’m not even thinkin bout Jeezy. Why all the tough talk to the DJ who doesn’t say nothin’ about him? Jeezy didn’t say nothin’ tough when rappers dissed him like Pimp C.
I was shocked by his cowardly attempt to try to slander my name in the upcoming XXL article. And what’s the most shocking is to see him side with the FEDs in my arrest! Wow, since when did that become gangster?!? I’m chillin, never said nothin’ negative about dude. Check his character…or better yet, ask those around him that he’s done dirty. Ask the folks who ain’t with him anymore, like Coach K, Twin, his former security Big Sam, or my homie Roccett…
We doin’ our thing over here. I’m workin on albums, Gangsta Grillz Vol 3., traveling the world and celebrating success! And I’m still the Mixtape President!”