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Master P – The G Mixtape (Mixtape)

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Master P drops “The G Mixtape,” with features from Rick Ross, The Game, Jeremih, Nipsey Hussle, and more.

01. Can’t Count Us Out
02. Usher – No Limit (Remix) Feat. Master P, Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane & A$AP Ferg
03. Heaven For A G Feat. The Game
04. Whole Notha Feat. That Nation (Mogul Mix)
05. Made It Out Feat. Maserati Rome & No Limit Boys
06. Green
07. Same Day Feat. Ace B & Moe Roy
08. All I Want Feat. Lil Wayne
09. Like I’m 23 Feat. Rick Ross
10. Middle Finga
11. Dealer Feat. No Limit Boys
12. Fly Feat. No Limit Boys
13. Watch Em Feat. Moe Roy & Popeye
14. Trunk Feat. Yo Gotti & Krazy
15. Real Feat. The Game & Nipsey Hussle
16. Fenessen Feat. No Limit Boys
17. Too Legit
18. Dirty Game Feat. No Limit Boys
19. I Got Feat. Travis Kr8ps
20. Believe Feat. Moe Roy & Snootie Wild
21. You Need Me & I Need You Feat. Cymphonique
22. The One Feat. Master P, Jeremih & Flight Boy
23. My Business
24. No Stoppin Feat. E-40
25. Guess Who’s Back Feat. Maserati Rome & Play Beezy

C-Murder – 2 Stainz ft Verse (2 Chainz Diss 2016)

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New Orleans rap legend C-Murder suprised everyone with a snippet of a diss track coming at ATL rapper 2 Chainz, calling the G.O.O.D. Music representative a “ho” and says he is the originator of the “TRU” movement.

On the cover art, C Murder played off of previous 2 Chainz albums. The art now features red ink crossing out the words “Tru,” writing above the crossed out title “Not”. The incarcerated No Limit soldier has it out for the ATL rapper, saying,

“I made this Tru sh*t 2 Chainz, f*ck you n*gga, pu*ssy ass n*gga..”

New Orleans rapper Awood ‘Mr. Magic’ Johnson has died


Awood “Mr. Magic” Johnson, a rapper best known for his work in the 90’s on the No Limit Records label, has died. Johnson, 44, and his wife of 13 years, Chastity, were killed in a fatal car crash Friday, March 1, in Hattiesburg, Miss. The couple’s daughter, 12-year-old Twila Wise Johnson, survived.


Johnson grew up in the 9th Ward of New Orleans, in a musical family: his mother was the gospel and jazz singer Juanita Brooks, who passed away in 2009. His uncle is R&B guitarist Detroit Brooks, Sr.; in 2012, Johnson recorded the song “Beauty” with his cousin, singer Detroit Brooks, Jr.


When Johnson decided hip-hop was his muse, his gospel and jazz-playing family was supportive, said Johnson’s sister Timisha.

“Our mom encouraged us to do whatever we were passionate about,” she said.

Sky’s the Limit,” Johnson’s debut as Magic for No Limit Records, hit No. 15 on the Billboard 200 and No. 3 on the hip-hop/R&B albums chart. It featured cameos by Mia X, Mystikal, Fiend, Snoop Dogg, Soulja Slim and others; he followed it up with two more projects for the label. In the early 2000’s, along with many of its other prominent artists, Johnson left No Limit, which filed for bankruptcy in 2003.

Johnson released a final solo album, “On My Own,” for the Koch Records label – which would eventually absorb a reorganized No Limit – in 2003. The following year, he scored a hit with the single “I Smoke, I Drank,” as one-third of the Body Head Bangerz, a group that included New Orleans rapper Choppa and former boxing champion Roy Jones, Jr. In 2006, it was announced that Johnson had signed to the New York-based independent TVT Records, but he didn’t release any material, and the label dissolved in 2007.

Most recently, Johnson had released singles on his own Banx Entertainment label. In 2011, he “>appeared on a panel with fellow veterans Mystikal, Mos Def and Mannie Fresh to celebrate the fourth anniversary of the local Industry Influence monthly hip-hop networking event.

Watch an interview with Magic, filmed by the local hip-hop blog Mighty Muzik.

As news of Johnson’s passing spread Saturday, condolences flooded onto social media from fans and collaborators. “RIP to my brother, Mr. Magic and his wife,” Mystikal tweeted. “God bless their families.” Performers Vyshonn “Silkk the Shocker” and Corey “C-Murder” Miller, the brothers of No Limit label owner Percy “Master P” Miller, also posted notes of sympathy online. Rapper Mia X Instagrammed a photo of the couple, sneaking a kiss.


Timisha Brooks remembers her brother as a loving person, for whom his wife and family always came first.

“He made sure we stuck together after our mom passed,” Brooks said. After their mother’s death in 2009, she said, Johnson, who had been living in Florida, moved to Baton Rouge to be closer to the family.

“Everybody knows us as a team,” she said, “and he was very much the leader.”

“He was a passionate guy. He loved his siblings; he loved his wife. There’s a comfort in knowing that neither of them has to live without the other. That makes it more bearable.”

Funeral arrangements have not yet been made, Brooks said.

By Alison Fensterstock, | The Times-Picayune



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