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Mississippi Sipp “Apart Of Me” New Hot Single Off Of “The Secret” Mixtape

Mississippi Sipp The Secret Final Mixtape

 

 

Artist:Mississippi Sipp
Song Title: Apart Of Me (Prod By Dj Tree Gotti)
Mixtape: The Secret
Label: Kandy Paint Records (Indie)

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Intro
This shit apart of me mane. A Extension of my personality.Its what im made from..You people my foundation reppyin cross the Nation.

12 Secs
These Streets Apart Of Me (Im on this Concrete everyday just trying to have something)
This Block Apart Of Me SO I Gotta Let these Boys Know
Naked Guls Apart Of Me(Dats What I Love We Both Bucket Naked Off in The BathTub)
These Fans Apart Of Me (Selling Music Doing Autographs and Paid Shows)

41secs Verse
Lord Knows Nigga Picuture me Fly (Me Fly)
God Knows nigga da Sipp can get High
We was balling in da club one night
I caught da next flight in Dallas
Like Will people show me love Tonite
Trying kick a bad habit
Talking Game wit my Homeboyz
Mookie Rich so he dont get a fuck
Im Constantly tell him
Boy we need dem passports so the fans can feel us
God willing i got da power and da hands just to heal em

1:08
These Streets Apart Of Me (Im on this Concrete everyday just trying to have something)
This Block Apart Of Me SO I Gotta Let these Boys Know
Naked Guls Apart Of Me(Dats What I Love We Both Bucket Naked Off in The BathTub)
These Fans Apart Of Me (Selling Music Doing Autographs and Paid Shows)

1:34 Verse
Shining and im grinding Hustling and big timing
Just the other day I seen lil bitches on da low
Nigga Just the other I seen my boy now he gone
My Patna James Jones grew up wit Cab,Notch and Byron
Dat lil nigga Kyran may be my son but I aint tripping tho
Sending chain mail to Lexis trying to secretly close this door
Da Devil got me wicked and arms reach a mil ticket
Want it Quick Quick Quick Quick,Swear to god i never quit
Dis Rap belong to me and these beats apart of me
Fucking wit Tre Gotti and hell naw we aint from Illuminati
Place dick all over her body,Now she scream like i shot her
A Pit Bull and Rott weiler
My Nigga I live to further Knowledge

2:15 Hook
These Streets Apart Of Me (Im on this Concrete everyday just trying to have something)
This Block Apart Of Me SO I Gotta Let these Boys Know
Naked Guls Apart Of Me(Dats What I Love We Both Bucket Naked Off in The BathTub)
These Fans Apart Of Me (Selling Music Doing Autographs and Paid Shows)

These Streets Apart Of Me (Im on this Concrete everyday just trying to have something)
This Block Apart Of Me SO I Gotta Let these Boys Know
Naked Guls Apart Of Me(Dats What I Love We Both Bucket Naked Off in The BathTub)
These Fans Apart Of Me (Selling Music Doing Autographs and Paid Shows)

Triple 6 Mafia Better Known As “Three 6 Mafia” A Hip Hop Group Originally From Memphis, Tennessee

 

Three 6 Mafia are a hip hop group originally from Memphis, Tennessee, signed to Sony Music Entertainment under the Columbia Records imprint. Formed in 1991 as Backyard Posse then later Triple 6 Mafia, by DJ Paul, Lord Infamous, Juicy J and Koopsta Knicca, the group later included two more members including; Crunchy Black and Gangsta Boo (both added shortly before the release of their debut album Mystic Stylez). The group has also collaborated with many other rappers on their own label; Hypnotize Minds, where they launched the careers of many Memphis rappers, such as Frayser Boy, Gangsta Blac, Lil Wyte and Indo G. The group frequently collaborates with Project Pat (Juicy J’s older brother). Their 2005 song “It’s Hard Out Here for a Pimp” from the 2005 film Hustle and Flow won Best Original Song at the 78th Academy Awardswith the group being the first hip hop artists to perform at the ceremony.

The group released their debut underground album Mystic Stylez in 1995 through Prophet Entertainment, a record label they created but have since relinquished control of. Their musical style—which initially featured dark, menacing beats with equally gritty lyrics—has since moved to a more mainstream sound. The group has also had numerous lineup changes, and now consists of original members Juicy J and DJ Paul. Nonetheless, they have cultivated a sizable and diverse cult following that has only increased since their Oscar win. Two of their albums are RIAA-rated platinum: When the Smoke Clears: Sixty 6, Sixty 1 (2000) and Most Known Unknown (2005), the latter featured their well-known single “Stay Fly”, which is said to have kick-started their rise to fame and the mainstream. The group’s worldwide album sales stand at 5.5 million. In 2013, five of the original members reunited, performing under the name Da Mafia 6ix, and are planning to release a new album in Q2 2014.

 

History

The group started in 1991 in Memphis with DJ Paul (Paul Beauregard), Juicy J (Jordan Houston) and Lord Infamous (Ricky Dunigan). The original name for the dark hip hop group was “Backyard Posse”. The group formed through the release of numerous EPs from their own record company with Nick Scarfo, Prophet Entertainment, which were sold around Memphis and the Mid-West. Later DJ Paul and Juicy J formed their own label, Hypnotize Minds Records. During their early career, they also propelled the careers of several other rappers. Eventually added before the release of Mystic Stylez were rappers Koopsta Knicca (Robert Cooper), Gangsta Boo (Lola Mitchell), and Crunchy Black (Darnell Carlton). They left the label due to money disputes.

The group expanded and help start the careers of notable Mafia affiliates such as Project Pat, Al Kapone, La Chat, Lil Wyte, T-Rock, Killa Klan Kaze, Playa Fly and Indo G. The production acumen of Juicy and Paul also brought about a number of side projects such as Tear da Club Up Thugs, Hypnotize Camp Posse and Da Headbussaz as well as independent label ventures.

At this point in the group’s evolution, having signed to a major label and having scored an admirable hit single, group leaders DJ Paul and Juicy J began extending their brand. They started by releasing solo albums by Gangsta Boo and Koopsta Knicca, solo albums by their affiliates such as, Can It Be? by Gangsta Black, Ghetty Green, Murderers & Robbers, Mista Don’t Play: Everythangs Workin’ and Layin’ da Smack Down by Project Pat, Doubt Me Now, Phinally Phamous, The One and Only and The Bad Influence by Lil Wyte, Angel Dust by Indo G, Gone On That Bay by Frayser Boy, and compilation-styled albums such as collections of tracks from earlier years (Underground Vol. 1: (1991-1994), Underground Vol. 2: Club Memphis, Underground Vol. 3: Kings of Memphis). Three Six Mafia also originally coined the term “Crunk” as a description of their Southern type sound.

 

Academy Award

Three 6 Mafia became the first hip-hop group to win an Academy Award for Best Original Song with “It’s Hard out Here for a Pimp” (co-written by Frayser Boy). They were also the first hip-hop artists to ever to perform at the ceremony. It was the second hip hop song (and the first crunk/dirty south song) to win an Oscar, after Eminem’s “Lose Yourself”, from the film 8 Mile (2002). Right before presenter Queen Latifah announced that they had won, she chuckled and sang a refrain from the popular song. The energy from Houston, Coleman, and Beauregard’s presence and acceptance speech was infectious, causing that year’s Oscar host Jon Stewart to quip “How come they’re the most excited people tonight?…. That’s how you accept an Oscar.”

Events after Academy Award win

On June 7, 2006, Sony officially acknowledged the departure of original Triple Six Mafia member Crunchy Black. He stated his reason for departure was to make a solo album that DJ Paul and Juicy J had allegedly put off for years, with most of the material being used for Most Known Unknown. Thereafter Three Six Mafia consisted just of remaining members DJ Paul and Juicy J.

The two producers of the group had their own reality show, Adventures in Hollyhood, on MTV. The show focused on what it’s like to be a member of Three Six Mafia, balancing the increased fame after their Oscar win while attempting to stay true to their fans. The show premiered on April 5, 2007 on MTV.Three 6 Mafia also featured on Justin Timberlake’s “Chop Me Up” from his 2006 album FutureSex/LoveSounds.

After leaving Three 6 Mafia a number of years prior, Lord Infamous was featured on DJ Paul’s second solo album Scale-A-Ton, which was released on May 5, 2009. Lord Infamous was featured on 8 tracks. Juicy J’s second solo album Hustle Till I Die was released on June 16, 2009.  The album featured his brother and frequent collaborator Project Pat  and other rappers such as V-Slash,  Gucci Mane,  Webbieand Gorilla Zoe.

Three 6 Mafia released their eighth studio album Last 2 Walk on June 24, 2008, after multiple delays. The album featured collaborations with Project Pat, Lil Wyte, Akon, Good Charlotte, Lyfe Jennings and UGK.

The group were working on their tenth studio album titled Laws of Power in 2009, it has spawned four singles so far, “Shake My” featuring R&B signer Kalenna and rapper Pitbull was released September 8, 2009. “Lil’ Freak (Ugh Ugh Ugh)”, which features Louisiana rapper Webbie was released on September 25, 2009. The third single, “Feel It”, featuring Tiësto, Sean Kingston and Flo Rida was released in November, the single was later nominated for ‘Best Hip Hop Dance Track’ at the 2010 International Dance Music Awards. The last single to be released from the album was “Shots After Shots”, which featured Tech N9ne and production by Dr. Luke. The album has since been put on hold by Columbia Records, with DJ Paul and Juicy J pursuing other ventures and solo careers.

After a number of mixtapes, DJ Paul released his third solo studio album A Person of Interest on October 22, 2012. He announced that the album is a mix of gangsta rap and crunk music, with it also incorporating influences from dubstep and electronic dance music. The album featured past collaboraters Lil Wyte and Gucci Mane, and also came with a bonus DVD including a self-titled short movie, music videos and behind the scenes footage. On November 26, 2013, DJ Paul released Volume 16: The Original Masters, a remaster of his 1994 mixtape 4 Da Summer of ’94, on iTunes.

From 2009 through 2012, Juicy J also moved away from Three 6 Mafia to focus on his solo career. During this time he released a number of solo mixtapes such as Rubba Band Business and Blue Dream & Lean. He also frequently collaborated with rapper Wiz Khalifa, appearing on a number of his mixtapes. In December 2011, Juicy J confirmed that he was the newest member of Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang imprint – as an A&R and one-third owner of the imprint.After releasing a series of singles, including the chart topping “Bandz a Make Her Dance” which features 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne, Juicy J released his third solo studio album Stay Trippy under Taylor Gang Records, Kemosabe Records and Columbia Records on August 27, 2013. Juicy J has since stated that he would still “love to” participate in a Three 6 Mafia album in the future.

Da Mafia 6ix

In 2013, it was announced that five of the six original members of Three 6 Mafia, DJ Paul, Crunchy Black, Koopsta Knicca, Lord Infamous and Gangsta Boo, were reuniting as “Da Mafia 6ix” with plans to release an album, which is currently scheduled for a March 2014 release. Recording began in Las Vegas in late 2013.Due to the established contracts with Sony, who own the rights to Three 6 Mafia, Juicy J could not perform with DJ Paul in a different group not under the label. DJ Paul explained the name change of the group was because of Juicy J’s absence, and that he would “look at it as a new project”.On November 12, 2013, Da Mafia 6ix released their first mixtape 6iX Commandments. The tape was almost entirely produced by DJ Paul and featured Yelawolf, 8Ball & MJG, Krayzie Bone, Bizzy Bone, SpaceGhostPurrp and HCP affiliates Lil Wyte, Skinny Pimp and La Chat, among others.Juicy J and Project Pat also appeared as surprise guests on the posse song “Body Parts”, being credited just as “& more” in the track listing. The mixtape was supported by the lead single “Go Hard” featuring Yelawolf.The mixtape also received a retail release and debuted at number 34 on the US Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.

On December 21, 2013, founding group member Lord Infamous died of a heart attack in his sleep at his mother’s home in Memphis, Tennessee.  The reunited group’s album, Watch What U Wish, will be released in 2014.

 

Discography

  • Mystic Stylez (1995)
  • Live By Yo Rep (1995)
  • Chapter 1: The End (1996)
  • Chapter 2: World Domination (1997)
  • When the Smoke Clears: Sixty 6, Sixty 1 (2000)
  • Choices: The Album (2001)
  • Da Unbreakables (2003)
  • Choices II: The Setup (2005)
  • Most Known Unknown (2005)
  • Most Known Hits (2005)
  • Last 2 Walk (2008)
  • Watch What U Wish (as Da Mafia 6ix) (2014)

Patrick “Project Pat” Houston Is An American Rapper Originating From Memphis,Tennessee (PROJECT PAT BIO)

Patrick Houston (born February 8, 1972), better known as Project Pat is an American rapper originating from Memphis, Tennessee. He is the older brother of Juicy J, & also the co-founder & former leader of the Three 6 Mafia. Houston is also a member of Iota Phi Theta fraternity.

Music career

Music beginnings & Ghetty Green

Houston’s debut studio album Ghetty Green did not propel him to superstar status, it did establish him within the growing southern hip hop community.

2000-01 Mista Don’t Play: Everythangs Workin’

After serving 4 years for a gun charge Houston broke onto the mainstream hip hop scene after providing the hook for Three 6 Mafia’s hit single “Sippin’ on Some Syrup” in 2000. Houston released his breakthrough second studio album Mista Don’t Play: Everythangs Workin’, the most successful album ever for an independent artist on the Hypnotize Minds label. The album went to sell over 900,000 copies making it certified platinum.

2007-11: Walkin’ Bank Roll, Real Recognize Real & Loud Pack

After Houston got out his deal with Columbia Records he signed with Koch Records now known as E1 Music Walkin’ Bank Roll, released in 2007, debuted at number 45 on the Billboard 200. The lead single from the album was “Don’t Call Me No Mo'” featuring Three 6 Mafia. His 6th studio album Real Recognize Real was his first major release for the label Asylum Records. The album featured the hit single “Keep It Hood” with special guest OJ da Juiceman. It debuted at #8 on the Top Rap Albums Chart, with about 8,800 copies sold in the first week of release. On July 19, 2011 Houston released his 7th studio album Loud Pack on Hypnotize Minds & his newly founded label Project Records.

2013-present: Taylor Gang Records & Mista Don’t Play 2

On March 28, 2013 Houston announced thanks to his brother Juicy J that his next album Mista Don’t Play 2 would be released through Wiz Khalifa’s label Taylor Gang Records.

Legal issues

In 2001, he was arrested for parole violation after a pair of revolvers were discovered in his vehicle during a traffic stop. That March, he was sentenced to four years in prison on two counts of a felon in possession of a firearm.

 

Down South Artist Of The Week “Juicy J’ Bands A Make Her Dance Video

Jordan Houston, better known by his stage name Juicy J, is a rapper, record producer and Academy Award-winning songwriter from Memphis, Tennessee and is the co-founder and a member of the duo Three 6 Mafia (formerly known as Triple Six Mafia). He is also the younger brother of fellow member, Project Pat.[1] His second solo album, Hustle Till I Die,[2] was released June 16, 2009. He won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for “It’s Hard out Here for a Pimp”. In December 2011 Juicy J confirmed rumors that he was the newest member of Wiz Khalifa’s “Taylor Gang.” He is featured with other members of Taylor Gang on the cover of Source Magazine’s May 2012 issue.

Juicy J is most notable for his crunk style of rapping, highlighted by his patented[citation needed] “heavy-breathing” and “stomping” background sound effects. Juicy J’s production style is characterized by fast-rolling high hats, sharp snares, and deep cinematic bass. He also incorporates samples from classic soul artists such as Willie Hutch, David Ruffin, and Isaac Hayes.

Discography

Studio albums
  • 2002: Chronicles of the Juice Man
  • 2009: Hustle Till I Die
  • 2012: Stay Trippy

Collaborative albums

  • 2012: TBA (with Taylor Gang)

With Three 6 Mafia

  • 1995: Mystic Stylez
  • 1995: Live By Yo Rep
  • 1996: The End
  • 1997: Ch. 2 World Domination
  • 1999: CrazyNDaLazDayz
  • 2000: Three 6 Mafia Presents: Hypnotize Camp Posse
  • 2000: When The Smoke Clears
  • 2001: Choices
  • 2003: Da Unbreakables
  • 2005: Choices 2
  • 2005: Most Known Unknown
  • 2008: Last 2 Walk

Official mixtapes

  • 2009: The Realest Nigga In The Game (Hosted By: DJ Scream)
  • 2011: Blue Dream & Lean (Hosted By: DJ Scream)
  • 2012: Blue Dream & Lean: Reloaded
  • Collaboration mixtapes
    • 2009: Play Me Some Pimpin (With: Project Pat) (Hosted By: Trap-A-Holics)
    • 2009: Cut Throat (With: Project Pat) (Hosted By: DJ Smallz & DJ Kay Slay)
    • 2009: Play Me Some Pimpin 2 (With: Project Pat) (Hosted By: DJ Drama)
    • 2010: Cut Throat 2 (Dinner Thieves) (With: Project Pat) (Hosted By: DJ Scream & DJ Whoo Kid)
    • 2010: Convicted Felons (With: Project Pat & Bank Mr. 912) (Hosted By: DJ Rell, DJ Boogaloo & Devin Steel)
    • 2010: Rubba Band Business (With: Lex Luger) (Hosted By: Trap-A-Holics)
    • 2011: Rubba Band Business 2 (With: Lex Luger) (Hosted By: Trap-A-Holics)
    • 2011: Young Nigga Movement (With: Lex Luger & V.A.B.P.) (Hosted By: Trap-A-Holics)
    • 2011: Cocaine Mafia (With: Project Pat & French Montana) (Hosted By: Evil Empire)

    For Similar Artist Check out Brand New Artist “Mississippi Sipp”  who is from Leland,Mississippi

Playa Fly “Fly Shit” Album Inspired My Life With His Hit Single “Crownin Me”

 

 

 

I am presenting today’s post in the form of an Amazon review and wikipedia entry cut-up as a sort of game played by the unwritten rules of the internet. But first, some real words of mine:

This Playa Fly record like so many Memphis rap records has had a busy and promiscuous life in Internet Prison. A pod of rap cloned in so many ways, each child floating through a series of tubes to some faraway continent. Who could have guessed that by 2009 there would be no hover board, no shrink-fit jacket but instead: the worldwide, virus-like flight of data. The Thug Fantasies of Russian preteens and Japanese Salarymen and Born Africans all filled with MPEG color… and I don’t often post the often-posted, but the Web needed a better clone, a 320 child strong enough to weather the long, cold life of data immortality.

Playa Fly is da best rapper in the world, but the world doesn’t know Fly. His flows are so real that they are understood by everyone. Unlike most southern rappers, Playa Fly doesn’t embrace materialism in his rhymes, usually speaking on a deeper, more political level. If you grew up middle class – tell me about your braces, if you grew up in the projects – tell me about your Uncle being shot and wearing braces. Playa Fly motivated me to go on to better my self. He also keeps the Memphis-rich tradition for seriously talented rappers. The messages he gives are very easy to relate to and hardly commercial or modified for TV and his lyrics make you forgot about Mr. Chill’s awful singing. I love 3-6 Mafia but pluck the chicken they got lyrically murdered on this shit. This cd is one of the best I’ve heard and I’ve heard any CD you could name. His Hardcore rapin is the stuff. Reggie “JD” Sanders of Feel It All Productions was the very first person to ever introduce me to Playa Fly musik and ever since then I have been inspired by Fly. Alot of people compare my Musik to Juvenile,Playa Fly,Project Pat and Criminal Mane.
Mississippi Sipp Ceo Of Kandy Paint Records

http://www.kandypaintrecords.com

7/27/2012