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Random Music Facts... Posted on 05-21-2004
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Most of Mine Will Be Hip Hop Related But I think I have a Few others in me. R.Kelly's Next album was supposed to release 7 different albums in 7 different Regions Peedi Crack is the D.O.C.'s nephew Eazy-E and Biggie died in the same hospital, and it's also where Kanye West was treated after his car crash. Chuck D named Busta Rhymes The Geto Boys originally consisted of Big Juke Box, Prince Johnny C, and DJ Reddy Red. Bushwick Bill was a backup dancer for the group. Willie D and Scarface did not join until 1987 and 1988, respectively. Jay-z was signed to priority before getting dropped and later on starting Roc-A-Fella Records DJ Premier stole his first set of turntables Nas wrote "NY State of Mind" when he was 17, but Rakim Wrote "My Melody" when he was 14 Big Punisher's original name was Big Moon Dog Punisher Eric B. (formerly of Eric B. and Rakim) originally wanted Freddie Foxx to compliment his beats but Freddie called him and said he couldn't make it...and in walked Rakim and the rest is history 90% of Shaq's last album was written by (Mad) Skillz Few More Ghostwritten Songs Memphis Bleek's verse on "Coming of Age" was ghostwritten by Jay Dr. Dre's song "Still DRE" was ghostwritten by Jay Dr. Dre's "Xxplosive" was ghostwritten by Royce Da 5'9 Foxy's "If I" - ghost-wrote by Jay Foxy's "Foxy's Bells" - ghost-wrote by Jay Foxy's "Get Me Home" - ghost-wrote by Jay Foxy's "Ill Na Na" was ghostwritten by Jay Foxy's "I'll Be" was ghostwritten by Jay Foxy's "Hot Spot" was ghostwritten by Jay Lil Kim's "Crush On You" was ghostwritten by Cam'Ron Puff's verse on "Victory" was ghostwritten by Jadakiss Both Versions of "I Need A Girl" was written by Loon
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replied on 05-23-2004 05:07PM [Reply]
Interesting!! Where did you find these?
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replied on 05-23-2004 05:31PM [Reply]
Da Koolę 1 wrote:
Interesting!! Where did you find these?
All of those were from the top of my head, but i've read them in magazines and interviews over the years....This post is for people to add on
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replied on 05-23-2004 09:18PM [Reply]
another one i just thought of... as of 2000 (haven't looked since then) Tupac was in the guiness book of world records as the most successful rapper ever. Dr.Dre doesn't actually make all his beats, even when he was with Deathrow he had a production team that played out the sounds he would make since he doesn't know how to play instruments (got this from Melle Man who was on Dr.Dre's production team for years)
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AggieSweetie07 replied on 05-24-2004 12:18AM [Reply]
Riley Freeman wrote:
Most of Mine Will Be Hip Hop Related But I think I have a Few others in me. R.Kelly's Next album was supposed to release 7 different albums in 7 different Regions Peedi Crack is the D.O.C.'s nephew Eazy-E and Biggie died in the same hospital, and it's also where Kanye West was treated after his car crash. Chuck D named Busta Rhymes The Geto Boys originally consisted of Big Juke Box, Prince Johnny C, and DJ Reddy Red. Bushwick Bill was a backup dancer for the group. Willie D and Scarface did not join until 1987 and 1988, respectively. Jay-z was signed to priority before getting dropped and later on starting Roc-A-Fella Records DJ Premier stole his first set of turntables Nas wrote "NY State of Mind" when he was 17, but Rakim Wrote "My Melody" when he was 14 Big Punisher's original name was Big Moon Dog Punisher Eric B. (formerly of Eric B. and Rakim) originally wanted Freddie Foxx to compliment his beats but Freddie called him and said he couldn't make it...and in walked Rakim and the rest is history 90% of Shaq's last album was written by (Mad) Skillz Few More Ghostwritten Songs Memphis Bleek's verse on "Coming of Age" was ghostwritten by Jay Dr. Dre's song "Still DRE" was ghostwritten by Jay Dr. Dre's "Xxplosive" was ghostwritten by Royce Da 5'9 Foxy's "If I" - ghost-wrote by Jay Foxy's "Foxy's Bells" - ghost-wrote by Jay Foxy's "Get Me Home" - ghost-wrote by Jay Foxy's "Ill Na Na" was ghostwritten by Jay Foxy's "I'll Be" was ghostwritten by Jay Foxy's "Hot Spot" was ghostwritten by Jay Lil Kim's "Crush On You" was ghostwritten by Cam'Ron Puff's verse on "Victory" was ghostwritten by Jadakiss Both Versions of "I Need A Girl" was written by Loon
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BisonMami replied on 05-27-2004 11:05AM [Reply]
Jay doing his thang ain't he. Sorry...no music tidbits here.
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replied on 05-27-2004 12:48PM [Reply]
what does ghostwritten mean? The person(performer) has us thinking that they wrote it?
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replied on 05-27-2004 12:52PM [Reply]
MissC wrote:
what does ghostwritten mean? The person(performer) has us thinking that they wrote it?
yes, basically that's it. but the person who actually wrote the song doesn't appear in the credits.
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replied on 05-27-2004 12:58PM [Reply]
Ok
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Jamaican_Cleo from richmond, VA replied on 05-27-2004 01:14PM [Reply]

Ghostwritten = Nilli Va Nilli :roll:
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