Whatever You Want - DJ Clue?* - The Professional (CD, Album)

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I was slightly pumped for this and hoped this was put together like Tony Touch with some of his old DJ tapes before The Professional album dropped, but your efforts are extremely appreciated.

Publicar un comentario. Demente A. Dolan B. Terrible C. Smooth C. Krugga D. Professor Thomas considered Lil' Kim's lyrics "the art with the most profound sexual politics I've ever seen anywhere. Lil' Kim provided voice-overs for her part in the storyline, where the player may fight an opponent to have Lil' Kim as their girlfriend.

The show did not make it to air. Lil' Kim released her fourth album, The Naked Truthon September 27,while serving a federal prison sentence. It earned her a 5 mic rating from The Sourcemaking her the only female rapper to ever receive a 5 mic rating. The album debuted at number 6 on the Billboard chart, sellingcopies in its first week of release, [38] giving Lil' Kim her third top 10 debut on the chart.

She said that her prison sentence left her with no time to promote the project. The single also reached number. The second single, "Whoa" was released on February 17, It reached number 22 on Airplay. The Whatever You Want - DJ Clue?* - The Professional (CD became the highest rated premiere in BET history, averaging 1. The song was available for free from her official website.

Dance Remixesher first compilation albumwas released on June 6, A limited pressing released only in the US, it received no promotion, due to Lil' Kim being in prison at the time of release, and failed to chart. In JanuaryLil' Kim announced that she had parted ways with Atlantic Recordschoosing to release future projects independently.

She stated she had no hard feelings towards Atlantic but felt more comfortable in her knowledge of the music business to do it alone.

Lil' Kim appeared in the music video that was released on the same day. The song samples "Computer Love" by Zapp. Lil' Kim appeared on the Album) season of reality series Dancing with the Starswhich began airing on March 9, She was paired with professional dancer Derek Hough until the dance couple was eliminated on May 5,against Ty Murray and his partner Chelsie Hightowerputting her at fifth place from all thirteen contestants that season.

Her elimination was met by many boos from the audience, as she was a consistent high-scorer and a fan favorite. It took her across the US, as well as Canada and Europe. Lil' Kim released her second mixtape, Black Fridayon February 14, The video for the title track was released on February 16, The mixtape received mostly negative reviews from critics. It was made available for purchase via PayPal. The song, which samples The Notorious B. Her vocals were then removed fully due to contractual issues with B.

It marked the first time the pair had performed the song together. She also announced that she would release an EP, but it was later shelved for unknown reasons. In the summer ofLil' Kim began recording material for her fifth studio album, as a restriction banning her from releasing new material as a result of her settlement with Trackmasters was lifted. In Marchduring an interview with MTV's Sucker FreeLil' Kim revealed that contract issues with production duo Trackmasters were the reason behind her album delay, saying " Lil' Kim first mentioned the song during an interview with MTV's RapFix, saying "I have a song with another celebrity person that I know the world and my fans are gonna love It's vintage Kim mixed with the new Kim.

Lil' Kim also commented on the direction of her music, saying she was in "Kanye West mode", adding " You do whatever you want to do On July 26,Lil' Kim announced and released the cover art for a new mixtape entitled Hard Core 2K13which will also serve as a sequel to her critically acclaimed debut album, Hard Core. To make Album) for not releasing the mixtape, Lil' Kim released the singles "Dead Gal Walking" and "Kimmy Blanco" to the public, along with the track list.

On August 2,Lil' Kim announced via her Twitter page that she would be launching a concert tour to promote her forthcoming Hard Core Mixtape.

On September 11,the Hard Core mixtape was released as free download on Kim's official website. But, I think we're going to do a double release. I didn't know. In FebruaryLil' Kim announced via her Instagram account and an interview that she is working on a new album set to be released in On July 11,Lil' Kim released the single " Nasty One " which was anticipated to be a single from her highly anticipated album the track would later go on to not be included.

In Septemberit was revealed that the debut single for her album, titled "Go Awff" would be released at a later date. The song was eventually released on February 15, The show followed the group as they set sail to embark on a day cruise in the Caribbean visiting the countries of Barbados and Trinidad just in time for Carnival festivities and also documented the group's bonding and new friendships with one another. The show premiered on July 15 Whatever You Want - DJ Clue?* - The Professional (CD approximately 1.

It is unclear if there will be an upcoming season of the series. In MarchKim revealed that her new album would be titled 9 and added "There's a lot of meaning behind that. The album later became available for pre-order on all digital-download platforms on October 4, along with the track "Pray For Me" featuring Rick Ross and Musiq Soulchild with a release date set for October 11, I have a part one and a part two.

She also stated that she would "love" to have Pretty Vee host her tour. InLil' Kim signed to Wilhelmina Models. She became the first and only rapper to endorse the brand to date. The rapper also modeled for the urban fashion line Baby Phat in August In MarchLil' Kim, along with several other artists, featured in a commercial for Apple 's Mac computers. It highlighted how users can burn custom CD's on their Mac.

Init was announced that Lil' Kim would launch a designer watch collection, titled Royalty by Lil' Kim. That same year Lil' Kim was featured as a character in the limited edition comic book "The Heist". The book was a collaboration between Marvel and Atlantic Records. On March 10,Lil' Kim, along with several other artists, appeared in an episode of The Apprentice.

Each artist was approached by contestants to donate a "personal experience" to be auctioned off for charity through music channel Fuse 's "Daily Download" program with proceeds going to the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. All designs from the show were auctioned off online following the event with a portion of the proceeds going to AIDS United. Black Pride. In her teens, Jones dated Shawn Powell.

The pair met at the Empire Roller Skating rink in Brooklyn. After a couple of months of seeing each other, Powell was arrested for robbery and was sentenced to eight and a half years in prison.

Jones and Powell continued their relationship with Jones visiting frequently and kept in touch by writing letters to each other. The couple became engaged while he was incarcerated.

With Jones focusing on starting her rap career, the engagement to Powell was eventually called off and the couple split. Jones decided to terminate the pregnancy. On July 23,Jones was arrested for possession of marijuana after police raided the Teaneck, New Jersey home of Wallace. The arrest came after police smelled marijuana inside the home when they went to ask for someone to move an illegally parked car.

Jones denied she was smoking, claiming she was "upstairs all day sleeping". InJones started dating Damion "World" Hardy; the couple split in It was during this time that Jones had been a victim of physical abuse. Jones also stated how she had to have multiple nose jobs due to being punched. Kennedy International Airport after a bag, which she intended to carry onwas mixed up with eight other pieces of her luggage.

InJones dated record producer Scott Storch. The two met when Storch offered Jones a ride to her hotel. On March 17,Lil' Kim was convicted of three counts of conspiracy and one count of perjury for lying to a Federal grand jury about her and her friends' involvement in a shooting outside the Hot 97 studios in Manhattan.

A, she testified not to have known they were at the scene. This directly contravened testimony before the grand jury. Jackson was sentenced to twelve years in federal prison as part of plea bargain in which he admitted to firing at least twenty rounds during the incident.

The length of the sentence was said to have been influenced by his previous gun-related convictions. She was released on July 3,after serving approximately 12 months. On June 9,Jones gave birth to a baby girl named Royal Reign. Jones identifies as a Christian. Once high school friends, Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown originally remained close despite becoming associates of clashing hip hop groups Junior M.

Brown noted that Whatever You Want - DJ Clue?* - The Professional (CD breakdown of their relationship was influenced by their conflicting entourages. In Januarycritics noted the track "My Life" from Brown's second studio effort Chyna Doll for being an "open appeal" to Brown's friendship with Lil' Kim, in which she cited the relationship being "lost for pride", but also contradicted herself after making attacks on "pointed mistresses".

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "The Professional" on Discogs. Everything Releases Artists Labels. Advanced Search. Menu. Explore Whatever You Want. Bass – Lil' Rob. Featuring – Flipmode Squad. Producer – DJ Clue .

  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "The Professional" on Discogs.

  3. Dec 15,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "The Professional" on Discogs. Everything Releases Artists Labels. Advanced Search. Menu. Explore Whatever You Want. Featuring – Flipmode Squad. Producer – DJ Scratch. Written-By – G. Spivey*, Producer – DJ Clue (tracks: 3, 4, 6 to 9, 12 to 15,

  4. DJ Clue - The Professional (Roc-a-Fella, ) While he's not a mixing and scratching DJ, Clueminatti is more like a house party DJ (he plays what you want to hear with no turntable tricks whatsoever). Big deal, anyone can do that, but DJ Clue's secret lies in getting the hottest stuff first (thus always calling his tracks "exclusive ish")/5(59).

  5. If They Want It. Featuring – Fabolous Sport *. Featuring – Fabolous Sport *. Pain In Da Ass (Skit) The Professional. Featuring – Noyd *, Mobb Deep.

  6. An album that only a devout New York rap-radio fan could enjoy, DJ Clue's The Professional is filled with tracks by chart-topping hip-hop acts who've already been overexposed. It's not even a true DJ album: Clue doesn't mix the songs (which is probably a blessing), and there's a minimum of turntable tricks--just beats, rhymes, and redundancy/5(59).

  7. Discover the album The Professional by DJ Clue (CD Def Jam Recordings) in New York City on The Good Ol'Dayz, a rap encyclopedia.

  8. The Professional is the debut studio album by American record producer DJ Clue?. It was released on December 15, via Roc-A-Fella Records. Recording sessions took place at Alien Flyers, at Platinum Island Studios, at Desert Storm Studios, at Soundtrack Studios, at The Hit Factory, at Sound On Sound Studios and at D&D Studios in New York City, at Krosswire .

  9. Filename C:\Users\Ownwe\Downloads\onlineprofit.biz\DJ Clue - - The Professional 2 [FLAC]\20 - The Best Of Queens (It's Us) (feat. Mobb Deep).wav Peak level % Track quality % Test CRC D0CAE Copy CRC D0CAE Accurately .

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