• Fiend Released Debut Album 20 Years Ago Today
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    Fiend Released Debut Album 20 Years Ago Today

    As many of you know, I’m a huge No Limit Records fan. This dates back to when I use to tear out the album posters from the Source Magazine and hang them on the wall. Fiend was one of my favorite rappers on the label and his style was addictive. 20 years ago today, Fiend released his debut album, There’s One In Every Family. Master P, Mystikal, Snoop Dogg, Silkk the Shocker, Mac, Soulja Slim, UGK, Big Ed and Kane & Abel were featured on the album. The legendary Beats by the Pound handled the production on the project. Take My Pain was the first track on the album and…

  • Heart of a Ghetto Boy by Fiend
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    Heart of A Ghetto Boy from Fiend off his Street Life Album

    I’ve been on my No Limit Records shit lately! On Spotify, I’ve begun creating a playlist that consists of No Limit Greatest Hits. When I wasn’t streaming my favorite No Limit tracks, my playlist consisted of my personal Fiend Greatest Hits. My Throwback Thursday is from one of my favorite No Limit Soldiers and its Fiend. The track is off his 2nd album to drop on No Limit and it was called Street Life. Almost four years ago, another classic track was featured off the album and it was Waiting on God. The featured track is called Heart of a Ghetto Boy and it’s just a smooth track. This album…

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    Fiend Live Me Long Throwback Thursday

    One of the more underrated rappers I’ve listened to during my 27 years of being a fan of hip hop has to be Fiend, remember him from his No Limit Records days. He put out two albums while under the No Limit umbrella, they were There’s One in Every Family and Street Life, which was really good albums that should be in everyone’s collection if you’re a fan of hip hop. While trying to figure out what track to feature, I literally listened to both albums, which I’m not complaining about but my final pick was Live Me Long for Throwback Thursday. This track is off his There’s One in…

  • Blog Hops & memes,  Mixtape Friday

    The Legendary Fiend Capolavoro for Mixtape Friday

      My Mixtape Friday is from the former No Limit Soldier, Fiend. Fiend along with Mac were always my favorite from No Limit so whenever Fiend drops new music I’ll always support it. He’s just released a new mixtape called Capolavoro and you can listen to and download the mixtape below. Enjoy!!!!!!!!   Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com

  • Soulja Slim At the Same Time Featuring Snoop Dogg
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    Soulja Slim At the Same Time Featuring Snoop Dogg

    Welcome to another Thursday as that mean we are closer to the weekend. This week was another one with a lot of music being played. There were some R&B being played with the debut joint from Lyfe Jennings. Michael Jackson Bad album and J.E. Heartbreak II from Jagged Edge. Eazy-E final album, Better Dayz from 2Pac and The Soul Tape 2 from Fabolous got some play. There were a couple others, but as you can see a lot of good music made my playlist this week. The late, great Soulja Slim’s Streets Made Me was also played and it got me thinking about his debut joint. Streets Made Me was…

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    Mr. Serv On Heaven Is So Close for Throwback Thursday

    Welcome to another Thursday as that mean we are closer to the weekend. My playlist this past week was pretty much all west and south. Better Dayz from 2Pac, Restless by Xzibit and Yukmouth’s double album was played. The south was also represented as mentioned early. Still Standing from Goodie Mob kicked things off and DTP’s Golden Grain followed. The late, great Pimp C’s Naked Soul of Sweet Jones brought back memories. On Top of the World from 8Ball & MJG made an appearance and Ciara’s The Evolution was also played. The final one that I’ll mention is where my featured track will come from. Life Insurance was the debut…

  • Albums,  Hip Hop,  Music

    The Shocker From Silkk Turns 25 Today

    No Limit Records is one of my favorite record labels of all-time. Death Row Records is my number one, but No Limit is a close second. Silkk the Shocker was one of the bigger artists during their time at the top. 25 years ago today, Silkk released his debut album The Shocker. The Shocker was released at a time when No Limit was starting to make a name for themselves. Back in the spring of 1996, Master P dropped his Ice Cream Man album. The Ice Cream Man album went platinum and No Limit was no longer just a popular southern act. Four months later, Silkk came with his debut…

  • Jadakiss DMX Un Hunh for Throwback Thursday
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    Jadakiss DMX Un Hunh for Throwback Thursday

    Welcome to another Thursday as that mean we are closer to the weekend. Once again, this week was full of gems as far as my playlist goes. King’s Disease II by Nas was played and let me say that it’s an incredible joint. Too Hard to Swallow from UGK; Watch the Throne and a couple of personal mixtapes from Jay-Z and 2Pac got play. The Friday Night Lights mixtape from J. Cole and the Ghetto Commission from No Limit Records got some play. My featured Throwback Thursday track comes from an album that just celebrated its 20-year anniversary. Kiss Tha Game Goodbye from Jadakiss is that album as his name…

  • Jadakiss Kiss Tha Game Goodbye Dropped 20 Years Ago Today
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    Jadakiss Kiss Tha Game Goodbye Dropped 20 Years Ago Today

    Jadakiss is one of the greatest rapper of all-time. During this past week’s edition of Verzuz, more people have come to that realization. Jadakiss along with his Lox brothers took on the Dipset live from Madison Square Garden. Let’s just say that Jadakiss walked away as the MVP as he took out the Dipset by himself. Lebron James even tweeted out that Jadakiss is the most underrated rapper in history. 20 years ago today, Jadakiss released his debut solo joint, Kiss Tha Game Goodbye. Before that, the Lox dropped two great albums as part of the Ruff Ryders and Bad Boy Records. Money, Power & Respect and We Are the…

  • C Murder Feel My Pain for Throwback Thursday
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    C Murder Feel My Pain for Throwback Thursday

    Welcome to another Thursday as that mean we are closer to the weekend. My playlist started off with the late, great Aaliyah’s final album. The Versus joint from Usher, Snoop’s Ego Trippin’ and Jay-Z’s Dynasty album was also played. D-Block, a couple of mixtapes and Piece of Mind by Tela also made the playlist. As you can see, this was another good week of some great music. For my featured Throwback Thursday track, we’re going with one of the best albums to come from No Limit Records. C Murder’s Life or Death album is a classic album. It featured damn near everyone on the label and went platinum just like…

  • Mia X The Party Don’t Stop with Master P and Foxy Brown
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    Mia X The Party Don’t Stop with Master P and Foxy Brown

    Welcome to another Thursday and of course that means we’re closer to the weekend. My playlist this week had a few mixtapes that were played. DJ Goldfinger, a No Limit Records and Young Buck’s Chronic 2006 were the ones. Common’s Be, Rap or Go to the League by 2 Chainz and Self Made 3 was played also. You can come up with so many Throwback Thursday joints off any of those records. For this week, we’re going with someone from No Limit Records. Recently, I put together 27 No Limit Records albums that should be in your collection. Mia X’s Unlady Like was one of the albums because it’s a…

  • Daddy’s Hangout 2020 Summerslam Review
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    Daddy’s Hangout 2020 Summerslam Review

    Welcome to the biggest party of the summer and that’s Summerslam. After a highly successful NXTTakeover: XXX the night before. The WWE returned with their 2020 Summerslam PPV. Drew McIntyre put up his WWE Championship against Randy Orton. Braun Strowman defended the Universal title against “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt. Asuka tried to leave with two belts as she battled Bayley and Sasha Banks for the SmackDown and Raw Women’s Championships. The Street Profits took on Angel Garza & Andrade for their Raw tag titles. Dominik Mysterio made his in-ring debut against Seth Rollins. In a loser leave WWE match, Sonya Deville battled Mandy Rose. Let’s see how the 2020 Summerslam…

  • If I Could Change Master P From I’m Bout It Soundtrack
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    If I Could Change Master P From I’m Bout It Soundtrack

    I’m Bout It Soundtrack was one of the best albums from No Limit Records. The soundtrack went on to sell almost 4 million copies worldwide. I’m Bout It produced several hits like How Ya Do Dat, Pushin’ Inside You and Ride 4U. One of the bigger hits from the soundtrack was a track by Master P and Steady Mobb’n. If I Could Change is the track and the featured Throwback Thursday joint. If I Could Change was a dope track and one of my favorite featuring Master P. The track set the tone for the debut album from Steady Mobb’n called Premeditated Drama. Steady Mobb’n was a solid duo for…

  • 27 No Limit Records Albums That Should Be In Your Collection
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    27 No Limit Records Albums That Should Be In Your Collection

    Tonight is the world premiere of the No Limit Chronicles on BET. No Limit Records had one of the great runs in hip hop. Master P was dropping a new album from a different artist every other week. Trust me; I was buying everything No Limit was dropping. Master P, C-Murder, Silkk the Shocker, Mia X, TRU, Mystikal, Snoop Dogg and Magic. Fiend, Mac, Soulja Slim, Kane & Abel, 504 Boyz, Big Ed, Mr. Serv-On, Young Bleed and some movie soundtracks. No Limit Records went on to sell about 75 million records. The 5-part BET special will highlight the rise of the iconic label and Master P. No Limit Records…

  • The Horror Show at Extreme Rules PPV Review
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    The Horror Show at Extreme Rules PPV Review

    Welcome to the Horror Show at Extreme Rules PPV. If you’re a wrestling fan, this is a great weekend for us all. Unfortunately, I’m not spending $50 for a PPV despite hearing great things about Slammiversary. We had Braun Strowman defending the Universal Championship against Bray Wyatt in a Swamp match. Drew McIntyre put up his WWE Championship against Dolph Ziggler. Bayley defended her SmackDown Women’s Championship against Nikki Cross. On Raw, Asuka put her Women’s title against Sasha Banks. The New Day defended their SmackDown tag titles against Cesaro & Shinsuke Nakamura. Apollo Crews was supposed to defend the new and improved United States title against MVP. It was…

  • Snoop Dogg Still A G Thang for Throwback Thursday
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    Snoop Dogg Still A G Thang for Throwback Thursday

    It was just announced yesterday that we have a legendary Verzuz coming up next week. We have Snoop Dogg taking on DMX, which should be good and entertaining at the same time. Snoop and DMX are two of the greatest rappers to ever pick up a mic. With today being Thursday, we’re getting closer to the weekend. My playlist this week consisted of the new albums from Lil Baby and Run the Jewels, plus Volume 6 of my 2Pac B-Day Mix. We also played the Tear the Club Up Thugs, the debut joint from Jodeci and Too Short’s Can’t Stay Away. Overall, this was a great week, but with the…

  • Mystikal Ain’t No Limit for Throwback Thursday
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    Mystikal Ain’t No Limit for Throwback Thursday

    Once again, we have arrived at another Thursday which means it’s almost the weekend. My playlist this week only consisted of Fat Joe’s Loyalty album and 112’s Pleasure and Pain. Since I’ve been home all week the only album that was played was Unpredictable from Mystikal. Mystikal will be the featured artist this week. The Unpredictable album was his No Limit Records debut and it went on to go platinum. The Unpredictable album was the first No Limit project Snoop jumped on as he still wasn’t signed to the label. Speaking of No Limit Records, on July 29th BET will start the 5-part series about their rise. No Limit Records…