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CEO Terry “Mississippi Sipp” Brisco Of Kandy Paint Records Album Catalog Information

Ceo Terry Mississippi Sipp Brisco Of Kandy Paint Records Album Catalog

Mississippi Sipp-Cadillac Dope Boy Da Album (Released October 10,2006)

Mississippi Sipp- Tawk Real Da Album (Released July 4,2008)

Mississippi Sipp 1 Life 2 Live Da Album (Released May 23,2012)

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Mississippi Sipp 1 Life 2 Live Da Album (CED-T Dedication/Alternate Album cover) (Released May 23,2012)

Mississippi Sipp- Pimp Tendencies Da Album (Due Out Late 2013/2014)

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Kandy Paint Records Terry Terell Brisco, aka Mississippi Sipp, began his career by distributing his records through a small Leland,Ms Area record label. He started out in Arlington,Virginia where his mother resided. Despite being on the East Coast, Mississippi Sipp maintained his connections to the South through his Grandmother and Uncles who remained in Leland,Mississippi. Terry “Mississippi Sipp” Brisco signed his lifetime friends and family Big Mook,Black Dog Puna,Reign (his half cousin) & Marchello “Clak” Wright. Later he and Big Mook (along with his uncle Iceburg) went on to form the group KPR. During the early 2000’s, Mississippi Sipp released a few solo albums Cadillac Dope Boy & Tawk Real Da Album, with very much success. However, Mississippi Sipp was able to garner notoriety for himself and Kandy Paint Records in the South by collaborating with various mississippi artists and through his shop compilation albums One Percenters,Pimp Tendency & Kandy Paint Records 5 Stars. Following his success on the East Coast in May 2005, Mississippi Sipp decided the time was right to expand his label. After signing several digital online deals and a Internet buzz thats so big. Mississippi Sipp moved Kandy Paint Records and set up in Leland,Mississippi. He brought his sister,management and entourage. In 2011, Kandy Paint Records plan to sign a huge digital distribution deal with Apple to distribute Kandy Paint Records music. Mississippi Sipp will maintain ownership of all of his master recordings,publishing and his studio. He also became the label’s main artist, and also will releasing the album 1 Life 2 Live later this year. By 2013, Kandy Paint Records will grow to consist of Mississippi Sipp, Big Mook, Black Dog Puna,Reign,& Clake. Mississippi Sipp also writes,produce,direct,act and screen write. This started his movie career which will lead to films such as Rise 2 Fame & Welcome 2 Leland. Big Mook, Golden Boy, debuted at Number One in the streets.Many of the Kandy Paint Records artists will reach longevity and complete other projects. By 2013, it appears that the focus of Kandy Paint Records was unlimited to the Leland Mississippi family. This notion was further strengthened with the release of his artist, Black Dog Puna self titled debut album. On January 12,2013, the company buzz was so large that they literally had the Internet going nuts. Mississippi Sipp realized it is more sensible to continue to run Kandy Paint Records and organize and finance the company with profits from Digital Downloads & Club Appearance sales. He named his publishing company “Pure Players Entertainment”. By 2014, the organized label has full ownership. Kandy Paint Records look forward to developing its very own distribution company, Cross Da Bay Entertainment.

 

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Pimping in the 70’s narrated by Bishop Don Magic Juan :Part 2

The Life & Times Of One Of The Worlds Greatest PIMPS Robert “Iceberg Slim” Beck

Robert Beck (August 4, 1918 – April 28, 1992), also known as Iceberg Slim, was a reformed pimp and American author of urban fiction.

Early life

Born Robert Lee Maupin, in Chicago on August 4, 1918, he spent his childhood in Milwaukee and Rockford, Illinois until he returned to Chicago. His mother left his father to run a beauty shop and worked as a domestic to support both of them in Milwaukee.

Pimping

Taking “Iceberg Slim” as an assumed name, Robert started pimping at 18, and continued until age 42, when he decided against it in 1960, after a final 10-month prison stretch in solitary confinement.[2] At that point, he decided to write about his past instead. Slim moved to California in the 1960s to pursue writing under the Iceberg Slim pen-name, but in normal life, changed his name to Robert Beck, taking the last name of the man his mother was married to at the time.

In 1969, his first autobiographical novel was Pimp: The Story of My Life, published by Holloway House.

Reviews of Pimp were mixed; it was quickly categorized as being typical of the black “revolutionary” literature then being created. However, Beck’s vision was considerably bleaker than most other black writers of the time. His work tended to be based on his personal experiences in the criminal underworld, and revealed a world of seemingly bottomless brutality and viciousness. His was the first insider look into the world of black pimps, to be followed by a half-dozen pimp memoirs by other writers. Of his literary contribution, a Washington Post critic claimed, “Iceberg Slim may have done for the pimp what Jean Genet did for the homosexual and thief: articulate the thoughts and feelings of someone who’s been there.”[3]

Pimp sold very well, mainly among black audiences. By 1973, it was reprinted 19 times and sold nearly 2 million copies.[4] Pimp was eventually translated into German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish and Greek. Nevertheless, the book’s audience remained predominantly black. He wrote seven more novels. Beck has sold over six million books prior to his death in 1992,[5] making him one of the best-selling African-American writers (after Alex Haley). All his books were published exclusively as paperbacks. Iceberg Slim also released an album of poetry called Reflections in the early 1970s.

Pimp was followed by Trick Baby, Naked Soul of Iceberg Slim, Mama Black Widow, Long White Con, Airtight Willie & Me, and Death Wish: A Story of the Mafia

Film adaptations

In 1973 one of his reality novels, Trick Baby,[7] was adapted as a blaxploitation movie of the same name, directed by Larry Yust.

As of 2011, Mama Black Widow has been in development with Marshall Tyler attached to direct from an adapted screenplay by Will De Los Santos. Chris Hanley and Dave Mortell are producing. Mama Black Widow is Robert Beck’s most critically acclaimed novel of his seven novels written.

A movie adaptation of Pimp has been tried for a long time. There were announcements of a movie to be directed by Bill Duke and starring Ice Cube in the early 1990s. In 2009, television executive producer Rob Weiss of the HBO show Entourage, and Mitch Davis, purchased the film rights to produce Pimp.

Death

Robert Beck died of complications from diabetes on April 28, 1992, one day before the 1992 Los Angeles Riots erupted.

Influence

Iceberg Slim was an important influence on hip-hop artists and rappers such as Ice-T and Ice Cube and Pittsburgh Slim, who adopted their names in part from reading the author. Iceberg Slim’s last book, Doom Fox, which was written in 1978 but not published until 1998, contains an introduction written by Ice-T. Ice-T’s third album, The Iceberg, was another major homage. Most of the currently popular references to pimp culture, for example in the work of Too Short and Snoop Dogg, ultimately can be traced back to Iceberg Slim. Rapper Jay-Z also refers to himself as “Iceberg Slim” whenever discussing his adventures with women.

The Eddie Murphy character Velvet Jones from Saturday Night Live was a spoof of Iceberg Slim’s character.

Comedian Dave Chappelle often talks about Iceberg and the Game during his stand-up routines. According to him, Iceberg got his name by keeping ice-cold in a shoot-out where he stayed at the bar drinking his drink even though a bullet pierced his hat, a story told at the end of chapter 13 in Slim’s Pimp. On his 2006–07 summer tour, Chappelle told a tale of Iceberg, learning of him from Maya Angelou, and relates it to why he left $50 million at Comedy Central and secretly went to South Africa.

At the conclusion of Chappelle’s stand up routine, he compares how Slim used to blackmail his hookers, thereby forcing them to stay loyal to him. Chappelle would close his show with the saying, like Slim used to say, “Don’t ever leave me.”

Pimps Pimping 101:Space Age Pimping Is It Dead Or Has It Moved To The Web?

Pimping

Definition of a Simp– simple, is feeble, a walk over and very ineffective in his relationship.

Add power to a Simp, you get a Pimp (Simp+ Power=Pimp). Basically replace the letter ‘s’ with the letter ‘P’.

A Pimp can be described in two ways, 1) by what he is described as and 2) by what he does.

1) A Pimp by what he is- Power (not dominance, more like a hold) over his women (hoes), uses feebleness as a technique and very effective in his relationships.

2) A Pimp by what he does- Properly, Inspiring, Managing, Prostitutes (P.I.M.P).

A hoe is a woman who will open up her legs to anyone. If you take away the letter ‘l’ from hole, you have a hoe. A Hoe is nothing but a hole to stick the dick in. They are women who do not value their hole (vagina). A hoe who sleeps around with anyone because she feels like it is generally called a Whore. See it like this:

A hoe who is worn out from so many dicks and still wants more is a Whore. The words ‘worn out’ can be prounced wor out, so wor + hoe=Whore. She opens up her legs to anybody who is willing to give her love. Deep down it is love that she is seeking and she feels like opening up her legs is the way to receive it. It stems from what may have happened or what she may have seen in her upbringing.

When a Pimp comes along, he aims to turn a hoe’s (or a whore’s) ways into a professional attribute by using her institution (body). Professional (her skills) + Institution (her body)= Prostitution. But a Pimp will set up an Institute containing more than one hoe getting him money. So Professional (her skills) + Institute (her place of ‘work’)= Prostitute.

A Prostitute is a hoe who charges and gets paid for giving up sex. Her clients are normally Simps and tricks never a playa, Mack or other Pimps. But other Pimps can take a hoe from another Pimp but there are rules to this, there are rules to the game.

A Pimp is the person that all the hoes give the money to and he’ll look after the money and invest it in getting accessories, necessities and in case he needs to bail any hoe out of jail. A hoe goes to him to be empowered and to be taught how to be effective in getting more money by knowing how men think and by knowing how men behave.

He fattens each one with knowledge. Fat + her (each one of his hoes is a ‘her’ or a ‘she’)=Father. They see him as a father figure and call him daddy. He schools them and they make money. Together they get rich because some pimps do invest in other things.

A Pimp will use sex as a reward and all the hoes want sex from him. He will choose one hoe who is his top hoe to keep all the other hoe’s in line. Women listen to other women more see, so he passes most of his messages to his top hoe. All the hoe’s he has will be emotional attached to him and will most likely stay no matter what he does but they can be taken away by other Pimps if a Pimp attempts to ‘break’ (take) her.But there are rules to the game.

A Pimp has to be emotionless.The less emotions he shows the more power he seems to illuminate. The less emotions he shows the harder he is to read. He has to be like a god to these hoes and he must be able to handle their emotions. This is why it is good to have a top hoe, in the Pimp world they call the top hoe’s bottom b*tches.

A Pimp fears losing control. He knows that if he loses control of himself and his emotions he may lose all his hoes (the stable).He aims to ‘break’ (convert) more hoes into prostitution because that equals more money. But a Pimp doesn’t go looking but they normally come to him. When they do then he uses his rap (his words) to ‘break’ (convert) her.

A Pimp hardly ever has sex with his hoes but will use it as a reward if a hoe makes more money than predicted. This control and discipline earns him his hoe’s respect but they will try to increase the temptation for him to sleep with them. A Pimp properly, inspires and manages a prostitute (P.I.M.P) and this is referred to as Pimping.

A lion has his pride (that is what a lion group is called)

Even priests have nuns but

A Pimp has hoes (prostitutes)-his stable.

The game for a Pimp is cop and blow which means he gets hoes and loses hoes. A hoe will join and a hoe will leave. A Pimp is not fazed because that is the game. But some Pimps will break the number one rule that you don’t do and that is fall in love with a hoe. Even if he is in love, showing it will decrease his power (hold) over the other hoes. All the hoes are always jealous of each other. This is the man that they can’t easily have because he doesn’t give up sex so easily so they will fight if it seems like he is showing favoritism to one more than the other. This is why most hate the bottom b*tche (the top hoe) but they know that any bad report to the Pimp (their ‘daddy’) will get them in trouble.

This is why a Pimp usually doesn’t stay in the same house as his stable (he’s bunch of hoes). But if and when they don’t see him they want him more and the emotional attachment grows. If he stays hidden for to long without rapping (using his words) to them to build the emotional attachment, he may lose them all. A pimp has a hold (power) on these hoes and only he decides when he wants to settle down and have kids. But sometimes giving sex as a rewards will make a hoe pregnant and when that happens he either puts the baby and mother (hoe) in a different location (away from all the other hoes) and looks after them from a distance or he asks her to leave the stable and ignore them. Her value has decreased, she cannot make any money in her state.

It is said that a Pimp is sworn in, you can’t just become a Pimp. There are rules to the game. A real Pimp is born a pimp because his dad was a pimp. Any Simps, tricks, players and macks looking to be a Pimp must seek out a Pimp because pimping has many rules and is serious business mann. A man must totally transform. But once he knows the game, he can basically get any woman (hoes) he wants.

Some pimps will hit their hoes but most don’t, it is important to understand that a hoe can leave at anytime but it is the emotional attachment that keeps her there. Why would she leave her ‘daddy’? Its all psychology!

At the end of the day, a pimp meets, manages, sleeps and learns from all women (hoes) of different shapes, color and sizes and they all love him. The hold is strong but do note that there are different types of pimps. The game is still cop and blow. A pimp is only as strong as the control he has over himself.

Mississippi Sipp

Ceo Of Kandy Paint Records

www.kandypaintrecords.com

Pimping in the 70’s narrated by Bishop Don Magic Juan : Part 1

I Mississippi Sipp is heavily inspired by this VIDEO. This video Pimping In the 70’s Narrated by Bishop Don Magic Juan. It was a must that I added it to the Kandy Paint Records Blogsite! Pimping Is Pimping Respect!

Mississippi Sipp

Ceo Of Kandy Paint Records

www.mississippisipp.com