Our Classic, and the first We Run This Mixtape from 2008 is now available as Free Download!
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November 2008, New Yorks legendary D-Block is back with a new compilation CD mixed by the DJ / Producer Mr. E of RPS Fam and presented by germanys Hip Hop Magazine “Backspin“.
The CD named “Mr. E & Backspin pres.: D-Block” is packed with over 26 of the newest Sounds, Jadakiss, Styles P, Sheek Louch & co has to offer!
“Mr. E & Backspin pres.: D-Block” delivers you with mixes of new and exclusive Eastcoast tracks like “Cocain Music“, “Yonkers Anthem“, “Its like that“, and Dirty South bangers like “We comin” and the “A millie” Freestyle. The CD also contains featured tracks by MOP, Jay-Z, DMX , Snoop Dogg, Lee Carr and NeYo.
Mr. E of Tha RPS Fam (who already released CD´s with well known Artists like Unk, Dipset, etc.) stands for CDs that has been mixed together clever and on a high level. Tracks, Exlusives, Shoutouts and Freestyles switching with several added Blends, which gives even well known Classics a whole new sound.
We Run This Intro – Mixed by Mr. E –
From the official mixtape: We Run This, with D-Block: Jadakiss, Styles P, Sheek Louch
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Money Cash Hoes Mash Up Blend by Mr. E – with Jay-Z, Memphis Bleek, Cronite
from the Mixtape: Diplomatic Affairs with S.A.S. Dipset Eurogang (2006)
Big Oomp Camp Intro – Mixed by Mr. E – UNK dropping by
from the official Mixtape: Big Oomp Camp with UNK, Baby D, … (2008)
RPS Fam get it started – Mash Up Blend by Mr. E – with DMX, Raptile, Illgrill
from the Mixtape: Europes most wanted DJs – Global Threat – hosted by A-Mafia (Dipset) (2007)
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MORE MASH UPs & Intros following soon!!!
According to reports, Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane has been committed to a mental institution in Atlanta, following a judge’s recommendation for him to serve jail time for violating the terms of his probation. According to documents obtained by TMZ.com, the rapper filed for a “Special Plea of Mental Incompetency” during his appearance yesterday (January 3rd), in front of a Fulton, County judge. The rapper claimed he was in no state to “intelligently participate in the probation revocation hearing” and was committed to an undisclosed mental health facility, so his condition could be evaluated. In December, another rapper, DMX was also ordered into a mental health facility, because of an “undiagnosed” mental condition. Both artists have well documented battles with drug use, which frequently has landed them behind bars. DMX has been arrested every year since 1999, while Gucci Mane has racked up numerous offenses over the years, the most serious for Gucci being a May 2005 murder charge, which was later dismissed, stemming from a botched robbery involving men affiliated with Young Jeezy’s CTE Entertainment.
Rapper DMX will be held without bond in an Arizona jail until next week for violating his parole yesterday (March 9). DMX was arrested by the Adult Probate Department yesterday, after he was found to be in possession of cocaine. In a court appearance yesterday, DMX accused police in Phoenix targeting him for arrest, harassing him and abusing his civil rights. DMX is being held without bond until March 16th, when he will appear in front of a judge for a hearing. DMX faces 5 unspecified counts of parole violation. Joe Arpaio, Phoenix’s self-proclaimed “toughest sheriff in America,” is calling for DMX to serve serious prison time. “We’ve been treating him with kid gloves. I think its about time to give him hard time,” Sheriff Arpaio said.