To celebrate the forthcoming “Know More” mix tape drop hosted by Ohio’s own DJ Steph Floss & DJ Bandcamp tomorrow, Stalley releases the “Swangin’” Ol School remix today. Produced by the Block Beattaz and featuring Houston Legends Lil Keke, Trae tha Truth, Bun B, E.S.G. & Chamillionaire, the “Swangin’” Ol School remix picks up where [cont.]
From the upcoming EP, The Reignfall.
This is unexpected. Chamillionaire hops on Killer Mike’s “Anywhere But Here” from R.A.P. Music, produced by El-Producto.
It’s been a minute since we heard from Houston, Texas emcee Chamillionaire. Following his 2007 album, Ultimate Victory, Chamillitary left Universal Records, and most recently has been on the mixtape circuit. His 2005 debut album The Sound of Revenge brought two commercially successful singles in “Turn It Up” and “Ridin” to the masses and even [cont.]
Has anyone seen Mike Jones? Quite an audacious sample there, Mr. Thug. Download
Wow, loads of classic samples on this one. Who can name them all? Not entirely mad at this. LISTEN: Da Underdogz – “Mic Check” (feat. Chamillionaire; prod. Swizz Beatz)
Major Pain 1.5 is the new mixtaoe from Chamillionaire. Download it below. OFFICIAL TRACKLISTING 1. Already Dead Intro 2. War To Your Door 3. Slow City Don 4. Slow it Down 5. Next Flight Up 6. Never Come Down BREAK*** 7. This My World Feat. Big K.R.I.T. (Produced by VMAN Productions) 8. King Me 9. [cont.]
Eminem accepts the award for Best Rap Album for Recovery, competing against The Roots How I Got Over, B.o.B. The Adventures Of Bobby Ray, Jay-Z The Blueprint 3, and Drake Thank Me Later. Eminem celebrates Recovery, while Dr. Dre prepares for Detox with this medley performance featuring Rihanna and Skylar Grey of both “Love The [cont.]
Cham promised he’d drop something new “After the Super Bowl”, and what do you know, here it is. Grab it via his website, as well as the Hollywood Jackson mixtape, which also dropped last night. LISTEN: Chamillionaire – “After The Super Bowl” via: C
It’s been a hot minute since the last entry in Cham’s #PlaylistPoison series, but he returns with this southern fried Big K.R.I.T. collaboration. He says he’ll release another track tonight if the Steelers win. In other news, Hollywood Jackson dropping in seven hours. Chamillionaire – “It’s My World” (feat. Big K.R.I.T.) Chamillionaire – “Rubberbands Freestyle” [cont.]
New material from Cham, who is finally free to make music outside of Universal (although nothing from Venom can be released). Instead, he’s jumped off “Playlist Poison” via his website www.chamillionaire.com, where he will releases new tracks each week or so. LISTEN: Chamillionaire – “When Ya On” (feat. Nipsey Hussle) Chamillionaire – “When Ya On” [cont.]
Chamillionaire explains the delay of his album, the history behind UGK, and record company politricks with Universal.
While at the 93.5 KDay’s Krush Groove concert in Los Angeles, Krayzie Bone surprised the audience and brought out special guest Chamillionaire. Together they performed “Ridin’ Dirty.”
Chamillionaire names off a roll call off his favorite Texas artists he’s feeling right now. UGK, Slim Thug and Z-Ro. Chamillionaire gets into why he likes each artist and a little about his favorite tech gadgets.
Heh, this video would have been on various hip-hop websites even if Paul Wall and Chamillionaire didn’t film it.
Nothing like sincerity…. Big ups to The Blogfather YN for capturing this. [Source: RR]
The official press release reads as follows…. Grammy-winning, platinum Houston artist, Chamillionaire, officially hit the road today, embarking on his “In Love With My Money” tour with former group member, Paul Wall – first stop, Austin, Texas for their headlining gig at SXSW. The timing couldn’t be more perfect as the release date for his [cont.]
After receiving platinum status, winning a Grammy, and gaining commercial success, one would think that an artist would be on top of the world and on their next LP he or she would gloat about all their newfound happiness that they are now able to enjoy. This is not the case for Chamillionaire. The Mixtape [cont.]
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