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Introducing The Thunderkatz

Irv talked about a new group he signed to The Inc that are similar to The Black Eyed Peas a few days ago on Hot 97. This formentioned group is The Thunderkatz and they are o8o, Ginger, Jon, Jive, XO, and June. You can check out some of their music on their myspace or on their website @ where you can also purchase their album and a Thunderkatz tshirt. Below is a Akon video featuring o8o of The Thunderkatz. 

published on March 25 th, 2007

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Vibe Vsessions Presents Lloyd

Lloyd did an interview with Vibe Magazine awhile back most likely before he finished recording for "Street Love" where he talked about his relationship with The Inc aswell as give a shout out to Ashanti you can watch the video here. Leave your comments on our forum.

published on March 25 th, 2007

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Irv Gotti On Funkmaster Flex Real Talk

Irv Gotti was on Funk Flex's Real Talk on Tuesday talking about his situation with Universal and upcoming projects from Ja Rule and Ashanti. He also told Flex his show on VH1 should air in August and could be called "Murder Inc Tale Of Two Families". Below are youtube videos of Irv at the station talking to Flex.

published on March 23 rd, 2007

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Ja Rule To Be On New Dj Khalid Album 'We The Best'

NEW YORK, NY (MARKET WIRE) March 22, 2007 DJ Khaled is set to release his sophomore album, “We Got This,” on June 12th, 2007 through Terror Squad/KOCH Records. The new collection features a veritable who’s-who of Hip Hop including T.I., Game, Jadakiss, Paul Wall, Trick Daddy, Ja Rule, Ludacris, Rick Ross, Jeezy, Lil’ Wayne, Akon, Baby, Styles P, Cassidy, Juelz Santana, Young Dro and many more to be announced.

The new album will include the 1st single, “We Takin’ Over,” which features T.I., Akon, Fat Joe, Rick Ross, Lil’ Wayne and Baby. “We Takin’ Over” was was the #1 most added song at hip-hop radio last week with 52 adds. The single is already over 1,200 spins and growing by the minute. The track will be available for download on iTunes on March 27th.

A video for “We Takin’ Over” was recently shot in Miami and directed by Miami native/award-winning Director Gil Green, whose credits include Three 6 Mafia, Akon, Rick Ross, Lil’ Scrappy and many more.

DJ Khaled, who currently has the most popular radio show in Miami (WEDR/99 Jamz), released his debut, “Listennn…The Album,” last year and it sold over 200,000 units and debuted at #1 on the Billboard Independent Chart. The album spawned numerous singles/videos including “Holla At Me,” “Grammy Family” and “Born N’ Raised.”

DJ Khaled is very excited about About “We Takin’ Over,” and exclaims, “We taking over!!! Lisssssttteeennnnn!! We the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m about UNITY!!”

published on March 22 nd, 2007

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Hoodstock's Saiku 720 Hooks Up With Lake For New Mixtape '848'

Fresh off the success of My Brother’s Keeper, Death Row East’s Lake is releasing his latest project, The 848 Mixtape.

“The 848 Mixtape is the beginning of the movement that I’m putting out,” Lake told HipHopGame. “‘848’ is federal talk. Anytime they give you a case, there’s always a code and ‘848’ is the top charge you can get in the system. It stands for ‘ongoing criminal enterprise and kingpin status.’ That’s the highest charge and everybody I’m coming with is that. I’m coming with the hardest on the street. It’s the pain, struggle, murder and racketeering. We represent the people in the Don Diva. I’m working with Mike Delorean, Ruc Da Jackal, Hardbody the Boss, Artillery and Saiku 720.”

Lake wants fans to appreciate the raw content and originality of the mixtape, but more importantly he stresses the unity the mixtape symbolizes. “This is something from Queensbridge that has never been done,” Lake said. “Mobb Deep was from 12th Street. MC Shan was from 10th Street. Nobody has ever come out together representing every block. That’s what I’m doing with 848. Artillery is from Syracuse and Saiku is from Jamaica, but everyone else is from Queensbridge representing different blocks. There are so many people pushing to see this movement be successful and that unity hasn’t been seen in Queensbridge. You’re going to hear the different sounds and hear Queensbridge at its finest. My project represents the best of the streets and the best of the city. This is the new Queensbridge era. This is going to bring Queensbridge to the future.”

Lake is also working on his next album, The Big Ride as well as a Don Diva compilation. The Don Diva compilation will feature exclusive drops from street legends like Rick Ross and Boy George. “It’s going to be something that’s never been done in the game,” Lake told HipHopGame. “We’re going to put all of this into one album and then we’re going to come with The Big Ride.”

Lake is also on the 7th Anniversary issue of Don Diva Magazine.

For more information on The 848 Mixtape, visit Death Row's Myspace.

01. 848 Intro - 848 Intro
02. Mike Delorean, Ruc Da Jackal, Hardbody and Saiku 720 - Body Rock (Prod. by Now and Laterz)
03. Federal Skit - Federal Skit
04. Mike Delorean, Lake and Saiku 720 - Candy Row
05. Ruc Da Jackal, Lake, Mike Delorean, and Saiku 720 - Neverland (Prod. by Q. Butter)
06. Lake, Ruc Da Jackal and Hardbody - Put it Down (Prod. by Tony Danza)
07. Ruc Da Jackal - My Zone (Prod. by P-Money)
08. Mike Delorean - Money Over Everything (Prod. by Now and Laterz)
09. Artillery - Nuttin' Funny (Prod. by Havoc)
10. Mike Delorean, Lake, Hardbody and Ruc Da Jackal - Big Man (Prod. by Q. Butter)
11. Lake, Hardbody, Ruc Da Jackal, Mike Delorean - Play My Shit (Prod. by Tom Black)
12. Mike Delorean - Here's A Story (Prod. by Trackmasters)
13. Artillery, Hardbody, Saiku 720 - Stay Fly (Prod. by Artillery)
14. Lake - Bang Bang (Prod. by Sweets)
15. Artillery and Lake - Got Dat Raw
16. Ruc Da Jackal and Lake - Back Block (Prod. by Q. Butter)
17. Mike Delorean, Ruc Da Jackal, Hardbody, Lake and Saiku 720 - Killa
18. Lake - Conspiracy (Prod. by Now and Laterz)
19. Snitches Ain't Shit Skit - Snitches Ain't Shit Skit
20. Saiku 720 - Snitches Ain't Shit
21. Ruc Da Jackal - Big Boy
22. Lake, Mike Delorean and Artillery - How to Be A Millionaire (Prod. by Jazze Pha)

published on March 22 nd, 2007

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Universal/Motown/The Inc Press Release for Lloyd

R&B Star Lloyds Streak Continues with Sales Success

Street Love is a Certified Hit!

Get It Shawty #1 Most Added at Crossover Radio

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Inc. Records/Universal Motown R&B sensation Lloyd is tearing up yet another chart with his new disc, Street Love, debuting at #2 on the Billboard 200 Album Sales Chart, ringing up 145,000 units in its first week. Lloyds second single, Get It Shawty is catching fire at both radio and video, and is currently the #1 most added song at Crossover radio for the second week in a row. The video for Get It Shawty is in Diesel Rotation on MTV and recently entered BETs 106 & Park countdown.

Street Loves first single You, featuring Lil Wayne, exploded with an unparalleled string of #1s in the radio and video arenas. The top-requested song was #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay Chart. The song maintained the #1 spots on the Mediabase Urban Mainstream chart for 6 weeks, the Mediabase Crossover radio chart for 4 weeks, and the BDS Rhythm chart for 4 weeks, while the sizzling video for You held the top spot on BETs coveted 106 & Park show for an incredible 8 weeks in a row. The video was also on MTVs much sought after BIG 10 rotation for 6 consecutive weeks. Lloyd won over both BET & MTV audiences with recent show-stopping appearances on the networks top-rated TRL and 106 & Park programs, respectively.

Lloyds incredible reach is also extends far into the digital domain, with the mesmerizing artist landing his first #1 on the iTunes R&B/Soul chart. Street Love enlists superstar producers such as Irv Gotti Lorenzo (one of the major forces behind Lloyds meteoric rise), Jazze Pha, Jasper Cameron, and Big Reese, firing off hits such as Get It Shawty, Certified, I Dont Mind, Valentine, Street Love, and more.

Born in New Orleans, Lloyd moved to Atlanta at an early age, performing and recording as a young teenager. Lloyd was then drafted by Irv Gotti Lorenzo of The Inc. Records, who teamed him with fellow label star Ashanti for Lloyds debut smash single, Southside. Lloyd continues to work with a host of hip-hop heavy-hitters including Young Jeezy, Nas, Andre 3000, 8 Ball & MJG, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, among others.

Fans who cant get enough will be tuning in as Lloyd performs on BETs Spring Bling airing April 5th through April 8th. Also, Lloyd heads out on tour with fellow star Bow Wow, kicking off April 19th in Birmingham, Alabama.

published on March 21 st, 2007

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Lloyd's "Street Love" Official First Week's sales

According to Nelson Soundscan The Inc's Lloyd sold 144,000 copies of his sophmore release "Street Love" in its first week. This more then doubles his first week sales of his debut album "Southside". Below is part of an article from

"R&B crooner Lloyd soars in at No. 2 with his sophomore set, "Street Love" (The Inc.), which sold 144,000. The single "You" has already topped Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. Lloyd's last record, "Southside," debuted and peaked at No. 11 on The Billboard 200 with 67,000, making this his best charting and sales week by far."

published on March 21 st, 2007

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Lloyd's "Street Love" First Week's sales

Its looking Lloyd has sold 151,867 records in his first week out and has come in second in the race for first place on the charts. Musiq beat him to it by 4,500 records which isnt bad conisdering Lloyd's debut release "Southside" only sold half of "Street Love's" first weeks sales in its first week. These numbers are not official and could change when the Official Soundscan numbers are released tomorrow.

In related Lloyd news he is interviewed in April's Vibe magazine Akon is on the cover so you know what issue to look out for, below is a snipet of the interview make sure you pick up your copy of Vibe and "Street Love" if you havent already.

published on March 20 th, 2007

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Brand New Murder Inc/MPire Music is proud to bring you three new exclusive Harry O tracks "Chill" "Get At Me" and "It Aint Hard". If that isnt enough for you we also have what was suppose to be Blackchild's first single off his album "Ghetto Gospel" featuring Trina called "Poker" as its looking like this album wont be dropping very soon The Inc decided its about time the fans got to hear some Blackchild and where better to hear it then MIO. Last but certinally not least we bring you Ja Rule's street single "Style On Em". Leave all your comments on our forum. Listen to all tracks below. Shout Out to Buck 3000.

Harry O "Chill"  Harry O "Get At Me" Harry O "It Aint Hard"  Blackchild "Poker" Ja Rule "Style On Em"

published on March 17 th, 2007

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Get a signed poster by Lloyd

Buy the album Street Love between Friday, March 16th-Sunday March 18th
scan your receipt and email it to
we will send you a poster autographer by Lloyd
Be sure to include your name and mailing address in the email

Limit 1 per customer.Only receipts dated between March 16th-March 18th will be accepeted.

published on March 16 th, 2007

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