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What Is All The Hype,Talk On The Streets & Rappers Rapping About The New MDMA Molly Drug?

 

Is Molly illegal?

Yes and no. Molly is legal in New York state and under federal law. But a user can be charged with possession of an imitation controlled substance. A user can also be charged under the Federal Analog Act, which makes illegal any drug that is an analog, or derivative, of a controlled substance. Learn more about Molly legality in Onondaga County.

How do local officials define Molly?

Molly is a mixture of plant fertilizer out of China, New Zealand or Australia, and other types of synthetic drugs that appear to give the same high as ecstasy or MDMA. Learn more about how Onondaga County’s District Attorney’s office defines Molly.

Why is it called Molly?

Nobody knows. Local officials speculate the slang term “sounds cool” to the people who originally created Molly.

Where is Molly found?

Law enforcement officials seize Molly from private residences and local apartments on and near Syracuse University’s campus. Murfreesboro, Tenn., and Marin County, Calif., also cite surges in Molly use during the last year. See where else Molly has been found using our interactive map.

Who uses Molly?

Molly use is popular in Syracuse suburbs, and on and around college campuses. Learn more about why Molly is popular in the suburb and college demographics.

Why do some users consider Molly “safer?”

Molly is sold as pure MDMA, which means unlike ecstasy, it’s not supposed to be cut with any fillers or other drugs. However, there is no sure way to know what is in Molly without a forensic test.

What are Molly bath salts?

In some parts of the country, Molly bath salts are marketed as similar to synthetic marijuana, called “spice” or “K2″. They’re labeled as bath products, but Internet commenters describe the experience of sniffing them as creating effects similar to “legal cocaine” or “legal speed.” Learn more about the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency’s investigation into bath salts, K2 and “legal marijuana”.

What is Molly’s Plant Food?

Molly’s Plant Food is a synthetic hallucinogenic amphetamine marketed as a “plant food” that contains ingredients that produce highs similar to Ecstasy. Molly’s Plant Food is usually purchased at a convenience store. The label warns “not for human consumption”; however it is packaged in a psychedelic colored wrapper and several Internet web sites and chat rooms refer to the product as “legal ecstasy”. The active ingredient is mephedrone, which is not a scheduled (DEA) drug, therefore making it legal.

What is mephedrone?

Mephedrone, as well as ketamine, are designer amphetamine drugs that have been found in tests of Molly.

How will Molly affect me?

Molly affects users in a number of ways. Most significantly, it causes craving and addiction in the brain, but it can also lead to changes in mood, body temperature, etc. Learn more about the diverse effects of Molly.

What will happen if I mix Molly with another drug?

Most of the time, Molly is mixed with another drug. The effects strongly depend on your tolerance, what drug it is mixed with, and how much of each drug is used. Learn more about the difference between mixing Molly with a stimulant versus a depressant.

How addictive is Molly?

Molly, as a term used to describe pure MDMA, is addictive in the sense that users will experience what is called “tissue dependency.” The body can become dependent on the stimulant effects that the drug provides. This type of dependency is what leads the body to crash after the drug wears off. Users will feel the urge to take another dose in order to get the stimulant effect again.

MDMA is both hallucinogenic and stimulant, but the stimulant properties are most likely to lead to addiction. If Molly is cut with another stimulant, such as cocaine or amphetamine, the addictiveness increases.

Can you overdose on Molly?

Yes. It is rare for a death to be caused entirely by Molly or MDMA, but it is possible to overdose. The typical recreational dose ranges from 80-150 milligrams (200+ mg is considered a heavy dosage). Going beyond that can result in a number of things, most likely vomiting, headaches and dizziness.

 

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Hip-Hop’s New Space Age Generation & One Of Americas Most Wanted! Who Is Chief Keef?

Keith Cozart, (born August 15, 1995) better known by his stage name Chief Keef, is an American rapper from Chicago, Illinois.[2] He has signed a major record deal with Interscope Records, and is the CEO of his own record label Glory Boys Entertainment.

Biography

Early life

Keith Cozart was born in Chicago, Illinois.[2] He attended T.g. Terry Elementary School and later W.H. Adamson High School on the city’s South Side.

Music career

In an interview conducted by the staff in charge of the “Back & Forth” series, Cozart was revealed to be inflicted with Asperger syndrome, explaining the difficulty for him to engage in constant dialogue with his fellow interlocutor.[4]While under house arrest for a previous weapons charge, Cozart posted several videos to his YouTube account. The attention he received grew in the short time between the release of several mixtapes and several of music videos, including “Bang”, “3Hunna” and “I Don’t Like”.[5] After two locally successful mixtapes, “I Don’t Like” became a local hit in Chicago. It also caught fellow Chicago rapper Kanye West’s attention, and West organized a remix of the song along with rappers Pusha T, Jadakiss and Big Sean.[6] Finally Rich, Keef’s third mixtape, is set to be released sometime in 2012. Featured guests include rappers Waka Flocka Flame, Young Jeezy, Yo Gotti and fellow members of Glory Boyz Entertainment.[7] On July 7, 2012, it was announced that Chief Keef would be performing at the 2012 Lollapalooza music festival.[8

Other ventures

Glory Boys Entertainment

GBE Entertainment
Founded 2011
Founder Chief Keef (CEO), Fredo Santana
Status Active
Distributor(s) Interscope (2011–present)
Genre Hip-Hop, Gangsta Rap
Country of origin United States
Location Chicago, Illinois (2011–present)
Current artists
  • Chief Keef (Interscope/GBE)
  • Lil Reese (Def Jam/300 Ent./GBE)
  • SD (300 Ent./GBE)
  • Fredo Santana (300 Ent./GBE)
  • Tadoe (300 Ent./GBE)
  • Lil Durk (Def Jam/300 Ent./GBE)
  • BallOut (GBE)
Managed producers
  • Young Chop

Legal issues

In December 2011, Cozart was arrested on a weapons charge (aggravated unlawful use of a weapon) and put under house arrest at his grandmother’s home.[9]

On September 5, 2012, Chicago Police disclosed to the Sun Times that Cozart is being investigated for a possible connection in the shooting death of fellow rapper and Englewood resident, Joseph ‘Lil JoJo’ Coleman.[10] Due to related concerns for his safety, Cozart has not resided in Chicago since.[11]

On October 17, 2012, Cook County prosecutors asked a judge to remand Cozart to juvenile detention for alleged parole violations stemming from a video interview he held at a shooting range. A hearing was set for November 20.[12]

Controversy

Rhymefest

In June 2012, Chicago rapper Rhymefest authored a blog post critical of Chief Keef’s image and message, describing Cozart as a “bomb” and a “spokesman for the Prison Industrial Complex”. The post was also critical of rappers Waka Flocka Flame and Rick Ross, citing similar reasons.[13]

Lupe Fiasco

In an August 2012 interview with Baltimore radio station 92Q Jams, Lupe Fiasco stated that Chief Keef “scares” him and went on to describe the other rapper as a “hoodlum” and representative of Chicago’s “skyrocketing” murder rate.[14] Keef responded on September 5 with a tweet threatening Lupe Fiasco,[15] but then claimed that his account had been hacked and that the previous tweet was inauthentic.[16] On September 13, 2012, Fiasco released a video interview in which he made amends to Keef. [17]

Instagram

On September 15, 2012, Cozart uploaded a photograph of himself receiving oral sex to the image sharing application Instagram. As a result, his account was subsequently banned for violating Instagram’s terms of service.[18]

Discography

Albums

Finally Rich (November 27, 2012)

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Mississippi Sipp Brand New Hit Single “Mississippi Boy” (Raised In The Mississippi Delta Anthem) Explodes On The Digital Record Charts For 2014

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(Intro To Song)
I AM I AM…MR Mississippi Baby
Mississippi Sipp Born and Raised in Cotton Picking Mississippi
Leland to be exact…L town…Leland Black DOg
15secs 2x
Nigga I Was Raised In Da Delta
Im A Mississippi Boy ( A Mississippi Boy)

28secs 2x
Nigga I Was Raised In Da Delta
Im A Mississippi Boy ( A Mississippi Boy)
I Was Raised In Muddy Waters Cause Ima Mississippi Boy

Nigga I Was Raised In Da Delta
Im A Mississippi Boy ( A Mississippi Boy)
I Was Raised In Muddy Waters Cause Ima Mississippi Boy
Verse 1
53secs
How many Niggas dat done died Like Dis Baton Rouge
How many yall dat done cried at yo Grand Ma Fune
They Dewing Time My Friends
Im Stacking Iron No Benz
Still CadillacN Haters Calling I aint ANSWERING..
My favorite rat was Big Ben
I Bought A Chicken Pin
Raised Dutty by dat Mack,He Had A Asthma Attack
Maddea she Lost Da Money On Da Boat
Buy Da Car,Flood Da House
Bitch Lets Take Dat Shit To Court
Now Who Better Then Dat Sipp Ward
Shenetta Pretty Bitch Made My Dick Hard
A Long Time Ago I had alot of Dreams
Counting Cheese In My Sleep Lets 1 Deep Creep
ILL Sneak But I aint Snuck You,Jack Knife Then Fuck U
Bwoy Headed Up Nawf With a One Way Ticket
Child Please Like Juvenile im 400 Degreez
IM Da Playa From Dat Le-Land Raised On Jackson Street

1:43
Hook x2
Nigga I Was Raised In Da Delta
Im A Mississippi Boy ( A Mississippi Boy)
I Was Raised In Muddy Waters Cause Ima Mississippi Boy

Nigga I Was Raised In Da Delta
Im A Mississippi Boy ( A Mississippi Boy)
I Was Raised In Muddy Waters Cause Ima Mississippi Boy

2:07
Now ON Dis Second Verse IMa Hit em where it Hurts
Now On dis second verse lets take these folks to church
Went From fucking Carnesha Tan Daughter Teresa Neice
Say Say Boy I practice what I preach
Happy Ced Killed Latice,Dats Just all in my mind
Behind Da Town Folks trying to keep a nigga down
Member Blind Out da Old Projects
Member Pretty Boy dat corner store was hectic
Respect It Or get yo ass checked
I fucks Wit Nell in New Town Dats James Mitchell Folk
A bitch come up wrong u better slit dat bitch throat
Prevoke Bwoy we blowing on dat SMOKE
Purple Haze Chromy Bladez back then we was broke
Wasnt No Sunny Dayz, Look Forward To Da Parades
Looked up to Dope Boyz Alvin Jordan Ms.Lonnie Mae
Kurupt at a early age,low cuts it wasnt no braids
Alphonzo Taylor He kept me southern Made

2:58secs
Hook x2
Nigga I Was Raised In Da Delta
Im A Mississippi Boy ( A Mississippi Boy)
I Was Raised In Muddy Waters Cause Ima Mississippi Boy

Nigga I Was Raised In Da Delta
Im A Mississippi Boy ( A Mississippi Boy)
I Was Raised In Muddy Waters Cause Ima Mississippi Boy
Verse 3
03:23secs
Lord Knows Picutre Sipp Balling
Im in Leland With dem Young Guls Calling
Perocet and Syrup when they carry me
4 Cadillacs with Flat Screens when they bury me
I Fall on my knees to no figure
Trapped in da city raised by dem dope dealers
James Terry is my Pop and Backa Chewing Black Ree
Grew up became a Pimp meditating on how to stack Cheese
“Screens Fall Down Slow
Im Just Letting Dem Boys Know,Im Just Letting Dem Boys Know”
Where Im Coming From SO you niggas better resepct me”
Who Better than dat Mother Fucking Sipp Ward
Shennetta Dat Pretty Bitch She Make my Dick Hard
Say Lil Daddy What u want from ME,Ima Mississippi BWOY

04:12pm x2
Nigga I Was Raised In Da Delta
Im A Mississippi Boy
I Was Raised In Muddy Waters Cause Ima Mississippi Boy
Nigga I Was Raised In Da Delta
Im A Mississippi Boy

Nigga I Was Raised In Da Delta
Im A Mississippi Boy
I Was Raised In Muddy Waters Cause Ima Mississippi Boy
Nigga I Was Raised In Da Delta
Im A Mississippi Boy

4:38 Talk Song out with counties

Greenville Mississippi
Hollandale Mississippi Leland Mississippi
Arcola Mississippi Metcalfe Mississippi Avon Mississippi Burdett Mississippi Chatham Mississippi Elizabeth Mississippi Glen Allan Mississippi Murphy Mississippi Stoneville Mississippi Tribbett Mississippi Wayside Mississippi Winterville Mississippi

Former Cash Money Records Hot Boy “Turk” Released From Federal Prison Earlier Today October 12,2012

New Orleans rapper Turk, once a member of Cash Money Records’ biggest group the Hot Boys, will finally be released from prison.

Turk, who served almost nine years after being convicted for weapons violations, will finally be released from the Forrest City, Arkansas federal prison, on October 12, 2012.

Turk, born Tab Vigil Jr., was part of The Hot Boys from 1996-2001.

As a member of the group, Turk was featured on #1 albums like Get It How You Live!, Guerrilla Warfare and released a solo album titled Young & Thuggin’.

But Turk’s career took a tragic turn for the worst, in 2004, during an incident in Memphis, Tennessee.

S.W.A.T. team members raided an apartment Turk frequented and a gunfight ensued, leaving two officers injured.

At the time of the trial, it was hotly contested as to whether or not Turk, who was hiding in a closet, was the shooter, or if the officer who was hit was struck by friendly fire.

In October of 2005, Turk was convicted on federal weapons and drug possession charges.
Now that his prison sentence is behind him, the rapper is planning a new book titled “The AutoThugoGraphy of Turk.”

During his nine years incarcerated, Turk also completed a screenplay about his life titled “Reckless,” that he hopes to see make it to the big screen.

 

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Kandy Paint Records Helps You Understand Exactly What Is A Master Recording For Music?

Master Recording

A multitrack recording master tape, disk or computer files on which productions are developed (or captured, in a live session) for later mixing, is known as the multi-track master, while the tape, disk or computer files holding a mix (mono, stereo or Surround) is called a mixed master.

It is standard practice to make a copy of a master recording, known as a safety copy, in case the master is lost, damaged or stolen.

Definition

The phrase “original master recording” began in the period of acoustical audio recording – one “cuts” a recording because the sound is literally cut into the record. The resulting record was then used as the “master”, or original prototype, from which multiple identical copies could be produced.

There is only one original master recording, and that is the recording made at the time of the original recorded performance, but the term “master” is commonly used to describe almost anything used as a source.

There are several methods by which master recordings are created. The first (and oldest of those in current technological use) is “direct to tape.” This is where one (mono), two (stereo), or more microphone signals are equalized, mixed, and recorded directly to a mono or stereo (2 track) tape. This tape is the master.

The other method is called “multi-track recording” and most recently in digital terms, “session files”. By these methods, each microphone signal or line input is recorded to its own track on a multi-track recorder. At a later time, the signals that were recorded on this multi-track format will be reproduced, equalized, and mixed down to a stereo or mono tape, which is also called the master tape.

A multi-track tape may be remixed many times, in different ways, by different engineers, giving the possibility of several masters (AM radio version, mono version, LP stereo version, single version, guitarist’s personal version with lead solos emphasized, etc.). Any of these would have the designation “first generation”, but not necessarily “master”, which means there could be many alternate mixes. With multi-track recording one has the option of changing the emphasis on any given instrument, replacing it or omitting it entirely.

Ownership of the master

Song masters and album masters are considered intellectual property. As with physical property, ownership is acquired by purchasing it, creating it or inheriting it. In this sense, the intellectual property concept applies similarly in the purchase of a house, a car or any other property. The ownership to the master will however not necessarily correspond with the title to the copyright in the audio work. Thus, the sale of a master tape will in most jurisdictions not necessarily imply the transfer of copyright to the songs recorded.

Before a song or album master is released, the value of the master is determined by the cost to produce it. After release, the value of the master is determined by its potential to sell CDs. The master and all rights associated with it may be sold for several times the production cost or “recoupable cost”.

Masters with respect to independent music and major label recording contracts

In a typical independent artist/production deal, the artist will pay the studio up front to produce songs or an album of songs. In this deal, the artist, having financed the project, owns the master. If the studio, production company or record company finances the master, sometimes called a “spec” deal, then that studio or company owns the master.

Major record companies and their major indie satellite labels will not offer the artist the option to finance the production of their own master. This is because major labels have an interest in building and maintaining their catalog of albums, and as a result, will likely own the masters indefinitely.

An independent artist may also do a distribution deal where the independently produced master is temporarily licensed to a major label, and then returned to the original owner; the artist, manager, producer or investor as the case may be.

Sale of the master vs. sale of albums

A recording may generate revenue for the artist and studio/record company simultaneously, regardless of who owns the master. The revenue from CD sales is broken down to “mechanical royalties” and “artist royalties”.Sale of the master refers to a buyout of the intellectual property, usually by a major label. If an independent record becomes very popular, a label could consider buying the master. In this instance, the buyout price will usually be several times the raw cost (recoupable cost) of producing the recording. It is rare that an artist will purchase the master recording after its release. This may be possible under the terms of an independent release, but major labels do not normally sell their masters.

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