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  1. #106
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jared
    The Nashville Federal circuit judge is supposed to help solve a L.A. murder?





    (or was he Vegas and Tupac was L.A.? I get those mixed up.)
    I'm talking about the justice system in general.

    It was quite obvious they didn't want to investiage into this further. Did you ever watch the Behind the Music with Notorious BIG? An ex-cop (pretty sure he was either a cop or an ex-cop) hired by Sug Knight was driving the exact same car that fled the scene. The car was in the cops garage.

    Did you know a detective of 25+ years quit the LAPD because this case was closed? He was the lead investigater.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoorRipper
    I'm talking about the justice system in general.

    It was quite obvious they didn't want to investiage into this further. Did you ever watch the Behind the Music with Notorious BIG? An ex-cop (pretty sure he was either a cop or an ex-cop) hired by Sug Knight was driving the exact same car that fled the scene. The car was in the cops garage.

    Did you know a detective of 25+ years quit the LAPD because this case was closed? He was the lead investigater.
    yeah ive seen that, some interesting stuff in that documentary.

    the cop that was hired by Suge was an officer that was moonlighting. he was shady as hell.

  3. #108
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    Quote Originally Posted by silver_black
    '93 ahh dang i remember Son Doobie from Funkdoobiest. part of the Cypress Hill, House of Pain, Soul Assassins connection. they had a couple decent tracks. "Rock On" was one of their bests.



    i think the dude turned into a porn star or something.....no joke.

    good find nonetheless.
    Thanks for the CP silver. I was looking for some old House of Pain shirts yesterday when I came across this site. It's pretty cool if you like that Soul Assassins kinda stuff. And for those of you that check that link out, make sure you click the La Coka Nostra logo. Highly anticipated among House of Pain fans like myself.

    Anyway...I found the video link under the description of Funkdooiests first album.

  4. #109
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    Ghost Unit

    Any one heard this song by The Game it hillarious, Game is definetly getting better I dig that song 360bars

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    I think so.

    If that's the Ghost Unit intro song with that white kid, then yeah.

    It's pretty insane and gave me a laugh. Especially the part about bringing Olivia to school for show and tell.

    "Even the black chicks man, they love me."

    Haha. That was great.

    Game has a good rapping voice and a pretty good flow for this day an age.

    I would like to see him put out some more stuff like the song "Dreams" though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spyder
    I think so.

    If that's the Ghost Unit intro song with that white kid, then yeah.

    It's pretty insane and gave me a laugh. Especially the part about bringing Olivia to school for show and tell.

    "Even the black chicks man, they love me."

    Haha. That was great.

    Game has a good rapping voice and a pretty good flow for this day an age.

    I would like to see him put out some more stuff like the song "Dreams" though.
    Yeah Dreams was good his new song 360degreez is great
    Last edited by Booker T; 04-05-2006 at 11:46 AM.

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    Any one heard Dr Dre's son rap?I hear Dre's daughter has given the rap game a go to

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    Black Rob Sentenced To Seven Years In Prison
    Rapper Black Rob was sentenced to seven years in prison Thursday (March 30) after being convicted of grand larceny for robbing a hotel room in 2004.

    The rapper pleaded guilty to criminal possession of stolen property in November 2005, after hotel security cameras caught him leaving a New York hotel with a woman's pocketbook in November 2004.

    He was charged with stealing over $6,000 in jewelry and $300 cash from the woman's room.

    Black Rob, born Robert Ross, was charged with burglary and criminal possession of stolen property and was subsequently sentenced to serve two to six years in jail.

    He was free on bail, but a fugitive warrant was issued for his arrest when he failed to show up to serve his time as arranged.

    A fugitive warrant was issued and the rapper was arrested in February 2006 in New Jersey.

    Prosecutors gave Black Rob the maximum sentence because he failed to turn himself in.

    The rapper released his sophomore LP, The Black Rob Report in 2005.

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    Rap Mogul 'Suge' Knight Files For Bankruptcy
    View larger imageSuge Knight during a taping of The Late Late Show©Getty Images / Mark Mainz
    05/04/2006ReutersRap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight filed for bankruptcy to avoid losing control of his Death Row Records label in a US$107 million civil court judgment, his lawyers said.

    Knight, who co-founded Death Row in the early 1990s and helped launch the careers of such rap stars as Snoop Dogg and Tupac Shakur, has failed to make good on a March judgment to pay Lydia Harris, who claimed Knight cheated her out of a 50 percent stake in the music label.

    Harris's attorneys have accused Knight of "playing games" to avoid payment to their client.

    Two weeks ago, a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge said he would appoint a court officer, called a receiver, to take control of Knight's assets, including Death Row, and directed Knight to disclose his finances in a debtor's exam set for April 1.

    The judge, Ronald Sohigian, said then that Knight could petition the court to remove the receiver if he cooperated in providing information about his assets. But the rap impresario failed to show up for the exam.

    "He has no choice, the way these people have forced his hand," Knight's new lawyer, Laurence Strick, told Reuters, adding that he will file for bankruptcy for Death Row later in the day.

    Another court hearing in the matter has been set for this week, during which the judge could formalise the receivership.

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    i like brotha lynch, and Big L, any of u guys heard of them?

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    yeah I heard of Brotha Lynch and big l they awsome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Booker T
    yeah I heard of Brotha Lynch and big l they awsome
    have u heard big l's 98 freestyle? its fu#$#@ sick.....let me kno if u want to hear it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DawgFanatic
    have u heard big l's 98 freestyle? its fu#$#@ sick.....let me kno if u want to hear it.
    Yeah I heard pretty tight huh

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    ah man, this brotha lynch is kickin, his album 'season of da sicc'' is the best ever man, i just can't stop listening to it, Rest in peace is the best song on there.

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    Nas - Hip Hop is Dead.


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    I am feelin' this album. Hip Hop may be Dead, but Nas sure ain't.

    9/10


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