April 22, 2006

Ice Cube - Laugh Now, Cry Later [Sampler]




Laugh Now, Cry Later is an Ice Cube album scheduled for release in June 6, 2006 on his record label Da Lench Mob Records. He will tour to support the record. Ice Cube said in an interview that he was attempting to give the album an 'old school' sound, like his first two albums (AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted and Death Certificate).

The title of the album is presumably a reference to the "Laugh Now, Cry Later" tattoo, popular among gang members and symbolizing the transience of life in the inner-city.

The album will feature a few songs with West Coast hip hop rapper Snoop Dogg, as well as WC and Lil Jon.

The album will contain 18 tracks, with the street single and accompanying video "Chrome & Paint" already creating a buzz in the underground. The album's first official single will be the Scott Storch produced "Why We Thugs."

Size: 26.51 MB

Tracklisting:
01 A Lotta That ft. Snoop Dogg
02 Child Support
03 Chrome & Paint
04 Get Your Race Card
05 Until We're Rich ft. Krayzie Bone
06 Why We Thugs


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Akon - In Your Eyes [Advance]


Mid 2006


Size: 68.42

Tracklisting:
"I'm Back" (Feat. Baby Bash) 3:39
"Block to Block" (Feat. Rasheeda) 2:45
"In Your Eyes" 3:58
"Keep on Calling" (Feat. P-Money) 3:33
"Little Do They Know" (Feat. All Stars) 5:18
"Locked Up" (Feat. Nas) [Remix] 4:57
"Moonshine" (Feat. Savage) 3:36
"No Way Jose" (Feat. Baby Bash) 5:34
"Rebel Musik" (Feat. Monsieur R) 4:10
"Stay Down" (Feat. Flashy) 4:08
"Wacha Gonna Do" (Feat. Brian McKnight & Juvenile) 4:08
"Walk Away" 4:17


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Z-Ro Biography


Birth name Joseph Wayne McVey

Born 1976 in South Park, Houston

Origin Houston, Texas

Genre(s) Gangsta Rap, Hip Hop

Years active 1998 -

Label(s) Asylum/Rap-A-Lot



According to the dictionary the word zero is a numerical symbol that represents the absolute absence of any quantity or magnitude. It is the lowest possible point or degree, nothing, zilch, nada, nil. Over the years the word zero has come to represent the average brother struggling to survive in the wake of devastating poverty and institutional racism that has regulate young Black men to the bottom of America’s socio-economic latter; hence the reason why Houston, Texas native and Rap-A-Lot latest rap sensation Z-RO chose the numerical symbol for his stage moniker.

“I come from nothing,” says Z-RO. “Didn’t have nothing and couldn’t see nothing up ahead. Everything was just nothing. So I told myself a long time ago that I am going to adopt the name of nothing and make something with it. I [took] that name to keep me grounded [and] to remind me of where I came from [and] to respect my blessings right now so I don’t go back that way.”

And the place where Z-RO came from was nowhere near nice. Born Joseph Wayne McVey in Houston’s rough and tumble South Park area. The 28 year old rap sensation was shuttled from household to household, in search of stability. But that stability would be even harder to find when at age six Z-RO’s mother died, forcing him to come to grips with pain at an early age. Once again Z-RO was forced to move to the east side of town, where things started to get kind of hectic for him. “That’s when shit started to get real,” recalls Z-RO. “A nigga started experiencing gun shots, stab wounds and all that other type of shit….all the shit that comes with being grown.”

By the time Z-RO had reached his late teens he had fallen victim to many of the traps that the system had set for young Black males, seeking a decent life with no jobs or opportunity available. He hit the block hustling.

Ironically, it was while he was hustling that he discovered rap music. According to Z-RO listening to the music of Tupac, The Geto Boys, Street Military, K-Reno and Klondike Kat inspired him to hustle harder so he could one day get himself out of the trap for good. It wasn’t long before Z-RO went from listening to rap music to kicking his own little freestyles over instrumentals that he heard on the radio and deciding that he was good enough to get into the rap game.

After going through a couple of studios recording demo after demo he finally caught a big break when he was hanging out in a studio and the CEO of a local rap label heard him free styling and signed him. In 1996 Z-RO Dropped his underground debut entitled “Look What You Did to Me.” The record created a huge buzz for Z-RO who quickly followed that up with Z-RO Vs the World and King of the Ghetto as well as a record by his group the Guerilla Maab. In addition to this Z-RO also joined the late great DJ Screw’s legendary Screwed Up Click and started spitting fire on the pioneering DJ slowed down tapes. All of these things helped to escalate Z-RO’s buzz throughout the South and by 2002 his talent and hard work caught the attention of Rap-a-Lot’s founder and CEO James Prince, who offered him a deal.

In 2004, Z-RO released his critically acclaimed Rap-a-Lot debut called The Life and Times of Joseph McVeigh. The record was a huge success and helped expand Z-Ro’s massive fan base beyond the Deep South. Now with his latest album Let the Truth be Told Z-RO is poised to take the world by storm, while starting a firestorm of controversy in the process. By sticking to what he calls “the G-Code” Z-RO is telling it like it really is on the streets and letting the chips fall where they may.

Produced by a slew of the South’s hottest producers lead by the legendary Mike Dean Let the Truth Be Told stands as one of the best records that the label has released in a while. True to Rap-a-Lot and Z-RO’s tradition of keeping their music real street is the lead single entitled The Mule featuring label-mate Devin the Dude & Juvenile, a slow and nasty song that harks back to the randy tradition of the Geto Boys “This Dick is for You” jam. “For those that don’t know hitting them with the mule means fucking the dog shit outta somebody’s daughter,” explains Z-RO. Another standout track is the heartfelt song “Platinum,” a song that displays Z-RO positive outlook on his career. While these songs help to give the album a variety it is the hardcore, take-no-prisoners attitude of songs like the title page that make Let the Truth be Told so irresistible.


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Z-Ro - Let The Truth Be Told


Rap-a-Lot / April 26, 2005


Size: 126.24 MB

Tracklisting:
1. Mo City Don Freestyle
2. The Mule [Ft. Devin The Dude & Juvenile}
3. Don't Wanna Hurt Nobody
4. Platinum
5. It Don't Stop
6. I'm A Soldier
7. 1 Night [Ft. Trae]
8. Help Me Please
9. Another Song
10. Everyday Samething
11. The Same One
12. 1st Time Again [Ft. Ashanti]
13. From The South [Ft. Paul Wall, LiL Flip & Fat Pat On The Hook]
14. Respect My Mind
15. Ride 2 Night
16. Auntie & Grandma
17. It's A Shame

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Z-Ro - Tolerance


2004


Size: 80.13 MB

Tracklisting:

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Z-Ro - Thugged Nigga


2003


Size: 69.17 MB

Tracklisting:

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Z-Ro - Extacy


2003


Size: 67.61 MB

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Z-Ro - Cruisin' Ridgemont


2003


Size: 63.68 MB

Tracklisting:
1. Speak On It
2. Smokers Anthem
3. Still My Life
4. Nigga From The Hood
5. All Night Long
6. Shelter From The Storm
7. Jealous Niggas
8. Plex
9. Hustling All I Can Do
10. Lord Tell Me Why
11. Life Is a Struggle and Pain
12. Friends
13. Wake Up
14. Mo City Don Freestyle
15. Still In The Hood
**All Tracks Chopped & Slowed**

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Z-Ro - Z-Ro


Kmj Records / April 30, 2002


Size: 72.04 MB

Tracklisting:
1. What's My Name
2. Look At Me
3. Mirror, Mirror On the Wall
4. All Night Long [Ft Billy Cook & D.P.]
5. Still Standing [Ft Big Mello & Lil' Flex]
6. Sunshine [Ft Lil' Keke]
7. How Does It Feel
8. Dirty Work [Ft Black Mike & Pharoah]
9. Still In the Hood
10. RIP
11. Hard Times [Ft Trae]
12. Life Is Bitch [Ft. Billy Cook]
13. Shelter From Da Storm

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Z-Ro - Life


2002


Size: 77.33 MB

Tracklisting:
1. Get Yo paper
2. Screw Did That
3. Make It [Ft. Mexican D]
4. Will I Go Crazy [Ft. Miss Dameanor]
5. Life [Ft. Puff]
6. Life Is A Struggle & Pain [Ft. Cl' Che]
7. Talkin’ Down On Me [Ft. Ghetto]
8. Change Of Scenery
9. Hatin’ Me
10. Let Me LiveMy Life
11. It’s Gonna Be Alright
12. Lost Another Soldier [Ft. Trae, Dougie D, Tony Montana & Cl' Che ]
13. Outro

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Z-Ro - Z-Ro vs. the World


Straight Profit / October 10, 2000


Size: 112.34 MB

Tracklisting:
1. Nigga From the Hood (Ft. Big Moe)
2. World Wide
3. The Dirty 3rd (Ft. Wood & Enjoli)
4. Hustling All I Can Do (Ft. Mr. 3-2)
5. Swang on 4's (Ft. Big Moe)
6. Looking Good (Ft. Papa Reu)
7. 3rd Coast (Ft. Den Den & Grace)
8. One Thug
9. Gonna Get Easier
10. Screwed up Killers (Ft. Grace)
11. Still in My Life
12. Let's Chill (Ft. Mexican D & Enjoli)
13. Why
14. To Love a Thug
15. Steady Ballin (Ft. H.A.W.K.)
16. Smokers Anthem

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Guerrilla Mabb (Z-Ro / Dougie-D / T.A.Z. & Trae) - Rise


1999


Size: 148.90 MB

Tracklisting:
1. Keep Watching Me
2. Interlude (Psalms) [Ft. Peaches]
3. Rise
4. Endz [Ft. Cl' Che]
5. Fondren & Main
6. South Side Story [Ft. Willean & H.A.W.K.]
7. Not My Home [Ft. Peaches]
8. Still Here
9. World Keep Turnin'
10. Live My Life [Ft. Peaches]
11. Ain't Gettin' Shit [Ft. Cl' Che]
12. Jealous Niggas
13. What Will It Take
14. Scotty (Skit)
15. Problems [Ft. Cl' Che & Peaches]
16. Interlude (Final Cry)
17. Speak On It [Z-Ro Solo]
18. Bonus Hidden Track
19. Bonus Hidden Track

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Z-Ro - Look What You Did to Me


Fisherboy / June 16, 1998


Size: 73.77 MB

Tracklisting:
1. Guerilla Till I Die
2. Look What You Did To Me
3. City Of Killers
4. Life Story
5. Ghetto Crisis
6. Pimp On
7. Mercy
8. Where Is The Love
9. R U Down
10. Dedicated 2 U
11. Lord Tell Me Why
12. Tall Tale Of A G
13. Paper Game
14. And 2 My G's
15. Z-RO The Crooked

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Avant - Director


April 25, 2006 / Geffen Records


Size: 82.29 MB

Tracklisting:
01. So Many Ways 4:31
02. This Is Your Night 3:49
03. You Know What (Feat. Lil' Wayne) 3:14
04. 4 Minutes 4:00
05. Stickwitu (Urban Remix) (Feat. The Pussycat Dolls) 3:14
06. With You 3:35
07. Exclusive (Feat. Lloyd Banks) 3:26
08. Right Place, Wrong Time 3:51
09. Grown Ass Man 4:04
10. Director 3:56
11. Lie About Us (Feat. Nicole Scherzinger) 4:08
12. Imagination 3:51
13. Mr. Dream 3:53
14. Now You Got Someone 4:06
15. GPSA (Ghetto Public Service Announcement) (Feat. Jermaine Dupri) 3:18

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Mobb Deep - Blood Money


May 2, 2006 / G-Unit Records / Interscope


Size: 85 mb

Tracklisting:
01. Smoke It
02. Put Em In Their Place
03. Stole Something (Feat. Lloyd Banks)
04. Creep (Feat. 50 Cent)
05. Speakin So Freely
06. Backstage Pass
07. Give It To Me (Feat. Young Buck)
08. Click Click (Feat. Tony Yayo)
09. Pearly Gates (Feat. 50 Cent)
10. Capital P, Capital H
11. Daydreamin'
12. The Infamous (Feat. 50 Cent)
13. In Love With The Moula
14. It's Alright (Feat. 50 Cent & Mary J. Blige)
15. Have A Party (Feat. 50 Cent & Nate Dogg)
16. Outta Control (Remix) (Feat. 50 Cent)

BONUS TRACKS
17 Horror Flick (Bonus Track)
18 System (Feat. Sizzla & Big Noyd) (Bonus Track)
19 Push 'Em (Bonus Track)
20 Cobra (Bonus Track)
21 Ain't No Thug In You (Bonus Track)
22 Gangbang Music (Feat. Tony Yayo) (Bonus Track)

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