tj’s dj’s tastemakers xclusives disc 3 1. Khao / Keyz In The Air –Intaprize/GTT Contact: Tanya Marvin - 866.379.0027 Although he has production credits on TI’s “The King,” Khao can’t rest until he gets a throne of his own. With this cut, Khao with a solid lyrical beatmaking K.O. will have other artists putting their keys in the air because it’s time for them to go home. 2. Crime Mob / Rock Yo Hips – BME Contact: Sabrina Montgomery – 404.367.8130 For those who love chicks rocking hips to that Crime Mob crew, this joint is for you. When this beat drops make sure you hold on tight because if she’s got that Beyonce’ lusciousness you may be in for a long ride. 3. Tampa Tony / Bobbahead – SouthBeat Contact: James Jackson - 305.695.6730 Tampa Tony takes a break from pushing his Blunt Splitta’s to describe his favorite chick, the “Bobbahead.” For those who are slow, the “Bobbahead” is a chick who loves to bob her head like a bobble head found at the ball game. If a “Bobbahead” acts right, they might end up on Tampa Tony’s dashboard. 4. Lil Flip / I’m A Balla – Asylum/Warner Bros. Contact: Asylum Promotions – 212.707.3030 True ballas are the ones that know how to flip their chips over and over. Even on a new imprint, Lil Flip will continue to define what ballin’ is all about. Plus, it doesn’t hurt if you have the luck of a leprechaun on your side. 5. J-Shin ft. T-Pain / Sent Me An Email – SouthBeat Contact: James Jackson - 305.695.6730 Roger & Zapp were years ahead of their time singing about Computer Love. Now, J-Shin & T-Pain put together a nice lil diddy that explains what love in the computer generation is all about. And it ain’t always something to LOL about. Beware of those viruses! 6. Randy B. / It’s Over Now – Southern Boy Contact: Randy B. - 850.766.6356 Love past its expiration date can be a traumatic experience. Thankfully, Randy B. has been able to encapsulate the feelings of a breakup and strike the right chords to make the song cry instead of you. 7. T-Hud ft. UGK & Static Major / Never Thought – T-Hud/Nutty Boyz Contact: Nikki - 612-720-8252 T-Hud never thought he would have a track this good unless he hooked up with certified platinum stars like UGK and Static Major (songwriter, Ginuwine, Aaliyah). Thankfully, T-Hud will have nothing but clear skies and great weather forecast for his future with this jamming tune. 8. Jovan Dais / Came A Long Way – Nzone Contact: Bernard Parks - 404.753.6522 DJ Toomp has shared his bag of Hollywood Magic to have Jovan Dais pair with the 5 Heartbeats’ Eddie Caine to form a duo who have come so far but have so far to go. By the end of this record you will know that on nights like this nobody can be Jovan Dais. 9. D-Shep / Stay Real – Conspiracy Music Contact: Mike Rojas - 305.672.7562 Opponents of the use of the “N” word stay away from this tune. D-Shep flips the word by wisely blending the hook to phrase the emotionally charged term in a way that makes you say, it may not be right, but I understand. 10. G-Mack ft. Young Ca$h / Checks Out – Lost Land Contact: Kaper - 614.596.7485 From Kentucky to Duval, G-Mack and Young Ca$h unabashedly run shit. So if you listen to this tune and you hear them talk about it, you already know it’s for real. So respect their gangsta or rest in peace.
11. Willo Da Don / Hustle All Day, Ball All Night – Two Dogg Contact: Johnny Vickers - 850.443.5999 All work and no play makes Willo Da Don a dull artist. That’s why he has to make sure that if he hustles all day, ya gotta ball all night. It’s only right to have a party soundtrack so tight. 12. Strangers / Guac – Two Dogg Contact: Johnny Vickers - 850.443.5999 Although they may be strangers to you, these Strangers are no strangers to getting plenty of guac. With this bass thumping tune, the Strangers provide a new use for stacks of chips. 13. Scoundrel Squad ft. Bohagon / Pat Em Down – Invisible Contact: Pamela Shelby - 706.984.5406 Fresh from a nod by Billboard Magazine, the Scoundrel Squad have been getting much attention from the haters. So, they need to “Pat Em Down” at the door to make sure that no foolishness goes down at the shows. And be forwarned these Savannah sergeants play no games. 14. Suga Suga / Studio Trap – Nzone Contact: Bernard Parks - 404.753.6522 DJ Toomp fresh off one of the hottest tunes of the season (TI’s “What U Know About”) has lent his production talents to his artist Suga Suga who put some work in the studio. With this much bang in the studio other MCs don’t stand a chance. 15. Killa Kim / I Pop – Phamus Folks Contact: Micky Rollins - 786.586.4653 Killa Kim masterfully rides this track into submission and has the beat in her total control making it pop and bend to her will. Luckily she’s brought us along for the trip. 16. La Chat ft. Yo Gotti / Baby Mamma Drama – Inevitable Contact: Mario Myers - 901.406.4528 Yo Gotti & La Chat are the baddest thing smoking from Tennessee since that hillbilly boogie! Yo Gotti & La Chat has been making noise on the underground for the longest and with this track the underground will continue to bubble their name like a 5 prong bong. 17. Alozade / Bad Out Deh – Manatee Contact: Doc - 312.226.9034 Lawdamercy! Alozade knows it’s “Bad Out Deh” so he has to shoot ‘em down wit a bang bang like he was trying to Kill Bill. This is a nice sample of a rude bwoy living the life of a true shotta on a mellow groove. 18. Haitian Fresh / On My Own – Fresh Productions Contact: Ms. Rivercity - 904.465.0745 Although Haitian Fresh is in the streets and grinding on his own, he always has the isle of Haiti on his back. And with a legion that strong no force can stand against him. 19. Young A ft. Juvenile / Down N New Orleans – Akright Contact: Heidi Buech - 310.869.4010 “Down N New Orleans” reveals a dark side of the Crescent City that has become more ruthless since Queen Katrina established her reign of terror. With Young A & Juvenile tag teaming to tell the truth on this track, they show that like a stale beignet, it ain’t sweet. 20. Raw LT ft. Bun B / Getcha Mind Right – BBH Contact: Big Bank Hank - 832.215.7317 Raw LT rides the track like a royal highness should. With Bun B getting her back, I wish somebody would try and disrespect the crown. 21. F.A.S.T. ft. Smoke / Str8’n Me – Fat Fred Contact: JB - 850.528.5028 Smoke from the po’ folk lyrical assassins, Field Mob reaches out to F.A.S.T. to lace a track that will Str8’n anyone being disrespectful. - Keith “1st Prophet” Kennedy, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ozone Awards 2006 special edition