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diddy to spit some game to a prospective Mrs. Spoolz. From what he describes, she is as beautiful as the melody of this track. Jody Mo / Vibin’ – Florida Boy Contact: Furquann – 904.545.5539 “Vibin’” has a sense of an old school song with a new school spin. Jody Mo does a good job blending the two worlds to make a cool vibe.

TJ’S DJ’S 2nd QUARTER 2005 TASTEMAKERS ONLY XCLUSIVES (www.TJsDJs.com) T-Pain / I’m Sprung – Jive Contact: TJ Chapman – 850.877.6090 This is the quintessential definition of a hit record. At first listen this “rapper turnt sanga” captures your attention and takes you on a musical ride that parallels ecstasy. T-Pain’s star will continue to rise. Z-Ro f. Devin The Dude, Juvenile / The Mule – Rap-A-Lot Contact: Xavier James – 713.680.8588 Z-Ro enlisted the services of Devin and Juvenile to tell the tales of what happens when women are d-whupped, or rather when they’re hit with the mule. The collaboration works well and gives good advice to prevent your tires from being slashed. BG f. Homebwoi / Where Dey At – Chopper City Contact: Jamal – 504.940.5793 On another Mr. ColliPark (“Wait (The Whisper Song)”) track, BG and Homebwoi tag team to make another cut that the streets and Cerwin Vegas will love. Special shout goes to Mr. ColliPark for the creative use of a heartbeat. Rich Boy / Niggaz Get To Poppin’ – Interscope Contact: Ian Fletcher – 310.925.6736 This Alabama native expertly rides 16 bar verses over an Indian influenced track to create a song that will have asses poppin’ as much as pistols at a Jamaican new year’s party. Trina f. Lil Wayne / Fly Nigga – Slip-N-Slide Contact: Roc – 305.535.7595 Trina has returned to the music scene by visiting the landlord of the Carter, Lil Wayne. The pair playfully trade secrets on how to pull that fly stunna or stunnette. Lil Fatt / Big Bottles – Big Planz Contact: Desmond Pollard – 334.549.4119 Lil Fatt makes his contribution to the club scene by poppin’ “Big Bottles” with his Big Planz posse. If this record has any validity, a night out with Lil Fatt sounds like a spectacular evening that would make Donald Trump jealous. Phifty 50 / Let ‘Em Hate – Phifty-50 Contact: Ray Goody – 904.626.9446 Phifty 50 puts detractors on blast with this cut. These Jacksonville natives understand that if you don’t have haters, you’re not doing it right. Wideframe / What It Do – RND Contact: Derrick McKinney – 713.521.2616 x12 This Texas native releases a laid-back track about how to hang in the Lone Star State. J. Spoolz / Beautiful – New Money Contact: Frank – 412.758.2750 J. Spoolz takes advantage of this radio friendly B42

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21 Reese f. Triple J / Fly As I – Hustle House Contact: Todd Brinson – 561.209.3868 Heavily reppin’ Palm Beach (bitch!), 21 Reese and Triple J conspire to create a cut that states how sexually fly they are. Over the heavy guitar strings, this cut comes of as a cut that can be played to help set the mood. AMZ / Big Chevy’s – Infared Contact: Kane – 954.665.4279 In this ode to the South Florida classic whip, Chevy’s, AMZ creates a track that makes any car collector proud. Tone / Doin’ It Over Here – Digital Soul Contact: Doc – 202.561.5838 This Philly representa’ jumps on this club track and blows it up like dynamite! “Doin’ It Over Here” will have your head bumpin’ like an 808 before you realize it. Knowa Logic / Get Atcha – The Hit Connect Contact: Knowa Logic – 321.947.4052 Knowa Logic’s flow matches this track perfectly. This is another shining example of how the South can ride a beat just as good as or better than any other region in the Union. Kimillion / Fever – Rough World Contact: Mickey Rallens – 786.586.4653 “Fever” will have your temperature rising in the club. But, be careful as Kimillion’s version is highly contagious. Make sure there are paramedics around in case you get too caught up. Bomb Squad / What’s Really Real – R-N-S Contact: Bomb Squad – 813.601.1122 This Tampa crew created a track that is easy to two step to. Plus, as with most Tampa cuts, it can double as a smoking track as well. Rita Mosley f. Trap / Water – Fem Fatale Contact: Earl Graves – 586.709.1557 The bass line in “Water” gets the dance floor rippling with hands in the air. Rita Mosley’s sultry vocals suck in the listener and become as refreshing as cold H2O. Steve Austin / Bussa Move – Bioniq Labs Contact: Steve Austin – 214.264.6666 Steve Austin went into the lab and spared no expense creating a track that makes you wanna “Bussa Move.” But, if you listen carefully, this song will also land you in the hospital if you don’t stick and move. Woody / Don’t Even Worry ‘Bout It – MiWice Contact: Mimi – 561.236.5739 If you think you’ve had a bad day, put on Woody’s latest cut, “Don’t Even Worry ‘Bout It.” It is a jammin’ hip-hop blues track that will make your troubles seem miniscule by comparison. Poncho / Fi De Gals Dem – City Boy Contact: Ewen A. – 561.718.9066 Poncho puts down gutta verses over an island track that will have women whinnin’ on time. Stat Quo / Like That – Interscope Contact: Zeek – 404.786.3157

This Statlanta native takes full advantage of his abilities to rock a mic. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that the track fully captivates your being and forces you to vibe. Suave Smooth / Gangstas, Thugs – Headquarter Contact: Jermaine – 561.389.5525 The high pitched crunk machine, Suave Smooth is back to deliver another tune that quenches your thirst for good music that rides at the same time. Anytime Suave Smooth blesses a track, you are in for a treat or a concussion from rocking your skull too much. Boo / Say It To My Face – J Contact: Greedy – 917.673.4940 Shouts to this crooked letta representa, Boo. “Say It To My Face” has been in circulation for some time, but now that J is behind it hopefully the rest of the nation will catch on to what the South already knows, Boo is nice with his. Scoundrels f. Pastor Troy / Ghetto – Invisible Contact: KD – 706.393.3773 The Scoundrel Squad link with Pastor Troy on this cut to let the people know about life in the “Ghetto.” While it may not always be pretty, The Scoundrel Squad show that with some good friends, even the ghetto can sound good. Racket City / Ya’ll Don’t Want It – Analysis Contact: Michael – 404.222.0766 This moody track by Racket City is perfect for riding slowly around the city of their hometown of Atlanta. Plus, “Ya’ll Don’t Want It” helps you get your nerve up if you’re about to go into battle. Pitbull / Down South – Slip-N-Slide Contact: Jullian – 786.344.4433 This is a celebration of the Southern culture as Pitbull and company spit about what makes the South so great. In addition, the classic Florida track takes it back to the era of Trick Daddy’s upbringing too many moons ago. Young Cash / Gimme A Bottle – D&G/SRC Contact: Young Cash – 904.622.6229 Young Cash has proudly taken the 904 and placed it squarely on his back. To celebrate his recent signing to SRC, pass the bottle, throw this cut on and watch a party develop. Tampa Tony / Let’s Smoke – R-N-S Contact: Tampa Tony – 850.210.3480 “Let’s Smoke” is a themed song that celebrates The Blunt Splitter. The Blunt Splitter is Tampa Tony’s invention that is the greatest devise for smokers since the herb itself. Get one today! Baby Stone / Catchin’ Cases – Corner Boy Contact: Miclarre – 866.716.7068 In this righteous tune, Baby Stone is speaking out against the recent rise in our people catchin’ cases. But the real answer lies in a simple statement, STOP SNITCHING! Young Swiss f. BG / Pimping In It – Holla Point Contact: Rob – 347.256.6530 Young Swiss and BG team to create a track that is a point by point break down on what pimping is. Plus, the track is so cool that it does half of the game spitting for you. Partners-In-Crime / Pooh Shooter – RapA-Lot Contact: Xavier – 713.680.8588

Ozone Mag #37 - Aug 2005  

Ozone Mag #37 - Aug 2005

Ozone Mag #37 - Aug 2005  

Ozone Mag #37 - Aug 2005

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