Archive for Juvenile

Download UTP Skip Latest Mixtape, Happy MotherF******Day on Live Mixtapes

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on July 16, 2012 by Arlene Culpepper

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Juvenile’s Rejuvenation Rejuvenates

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on July 16, 2012 by Arlene Culpepper

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1. Rejuvenation
2. Power (Feat. Rick Ross)
3. Can’t Stop My Money
4. Mardi Gras
5. Lost My Mind
6. Imma Get Rich
7. Fall Back (Feat. Z-Ro & Trae Tha Truth)
8. Bad Guy
9. Ahh Haa
10. Im Yo People (Feat. Skip & Young Juve)
11. Got It Like That (Feat. Skip & Wacko)
12. Still Here (Feat. Skip & Wacko)
13. Ain’t What You Want
14. Toast to the Good Life

Download the latest heat by Juvenile

http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/rejuvenation/id533517786

 

(N.O.U.E. EXCLUSIVE) THE ALLIES: United We Stand

Posted in Legendary Artists, Mixtapes, New Orleans Music with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 20, 2011 by Arlene Culpepper
The Allies is the second release of NOUE All Stars featuring Devious, PNC, Da U Boys, Big Ramp, TNC Boys, Young Torrento, Juvenile, Skip, Fiend, Magesty Sozey and more.
The Allies is a mixtape that clearly represents the streets of New Orleans in its rawest form.
It’s time for the United States music arena and fans to get a better understanding of what New Orleans urban music artists have to offer.” 
The Allies is a consolidation of New Orleans‘ premier veteran and upcoming rap artists.
The first mixtape is already circulating heavily on the internet and blog scene.  Check out NOUE artists on Robgradio, 66Raw.com, WQUE-93, and more.
The mixtape is going to be one of the highlight mixtapes in the 3rd quarter of 2011.

“We plan to dispel the myths and stereotypes about New Orleans by giving the listeners a clearer view of the talent in our city.  We are deep in numbers and it’s time for the industry as a whole to welcome us and build a stronger relationship with us which can be lucrative for urban talent in New Orleans and those parties that get with our movement.”