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Killa Season album for sale by Cam'Ron was released May 16, 2006 on the Asylum label. While the beats here don't exactly break new ground (several, in fact, are directly reminiscent of tracks from PURPLE HAZE), Cam'ron's command of the mic still impresses. Whether reeling off gangsta narratives ("He Tried to Play Me"), digs at Jay-Z ("You Gotta Love It"), or oddly detailing his irritable bowel syndrome ("I.B. S." ), Cam'ron has a witty, quick-tongued approach that can truly dazzle. Killa Season CD music contains a single disc with 20 songs. ...See Full Description
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||yall must like garbage|
where do I start, I can't stand 50, but in a contest between the two, cam should leave, not the building, the whole game, we have been waiting for how long for him to step his game up lyrically, its a shame when the two top rappers on your label is j santana, and a comedian(Katt williams) dipset die!!!!!!
By hotbj_99 (baton rouge)
||WHERE R U CAM? COME BACK WE MISS U|
i loved killa season and personally i think killa season woulda killed 50 new album if they wouldve came out on the same day but im waitin for the new cam'ron album lets see what he has up his sleeve this time.
By rancejohnson06 (memphis, tn, usa)
||Killa season, Killa Album|
dis album is a classic made by cam it's a really good album...but it ain't better than purple haze
By bporter (oak park,IL)
||Killa season, Killa Album|
dis album is a classic made by cam it's a really good album...but it ain't better than purple haze
By bporter (oak park,IL)
This album is garbage. Im glad i heard it first before i bought it. Me, personally i think "Purple Haze" had some hot beats and ya flow was better.
By fieldds786 (Jacksonville, FL)
One of my favorite CD's but it has nuthin on Purple Haze
By Draymillz (Greensboro)
||cam is a beast!|
Killa cam is cold!, and Killa Season is gangsta. So every body who think Killa season is bad is bitches
By corey (louisiana)
Killa is back, and better. He put it down on this cd. Every song is straight.
By erteeh (Columbus, GA, USA'')
Romper room lyrics and tired basement production. C'mon Camron, bring back that old flow and lyrical style! Leave the re-makes alone too, it only works so much.
By rosema619 (Brooklyn, NY)
||killa cam, its killa season|
and cam is killin em on this cd. its hot. the beats is nice and the lyrics is nice. dip for life.
By mitchman (Flint, MI Murda Capitol)
||The Harlem Boy Is Back Killllllllllllla|
Man this album is the best one yet. He got some fire beats and his lyrics are dynamic. The best one is Triple up that beat be riding.
By conniereese ("Atlanta, GA, USA)
||A Hot One|
Anyone who love rap will love this album. Killa take it to Jay-Z on You Gotta Love it & Wet Wipes is a classic.
By Klepvilla (St.Croix, V.I)
I find myself trying to figure out why I used to like Camron's sound??? Every CD progressively gets worse and this one is horrible.
By puffsta619 (San Diego, CA)
||i know he didnt|
dude needs to sit down and think about what he just did. he is supposed to be the front man of the dips but hes wack as hell.
By big mookie (MEMPHIS, TEN)
||Hip Hop at its worst....|
The beats are hot but thats where its stops. In 2006, its sad to say but this is the typical album in hip hop, with good beats and no lyricist in sight.
By SHABOOGIEBk (Brooklyn, Ny)
||the rappin isnt really what supporters listen too|
what is it that people like about DIPSET period. mainly people say the tracks by producers and after the samples get boring.
By ray sears (Patterson, NJ)
||Harlem King Is At It Again!|
This is Killa's hottest album yet... go cop this Dipset classic!
By Amanda (CT,USA)
||CAM killed himself !!! Well killed the album...|
Some of the tracks is hott, but the rhymes is garbage...download it first. TRUST ME!!!!!
By ILLMATIC (VA. BEACH!!!)
Ma Nigga Cam'Ron iz da truth!! Da Cd iz da best out go buy it!!!
By justanothafreshnigga (Brooklyn, New York)
||OK but not good|
Cam'ron, the cd is ok but not good enough to be from a man who diss jay-z. Go find heatmakers and Just Blaze
By tony (Mississippi)
||Yes sir Boy oh Boi|
Hot 1 fo sho Cam doing the damn thang 4 yawll talking bout its weak the streets is not 4 u.
By That Dope Boi (Racine Wi)
||he's the king of harlem|
cam'ron should smack yall for sayin what yall said that nigga spit made up lyrics but turn it into million dolla words yall must don't know what real money is or yall will not diss cam.
By LashawnBrady (detroit MI)
luv cam but this cd is weak. purple haze is his best album to date
By pun0606 (queens, ny)
The picture on the back when his arm is in a sling must've happened when he FELL OFF. I rushed out and bought this cd thinking it was going to be Purple Haze, thinking it would be S.D.E. It's not.
By Rob (Ohio)
||Killa is Foreal Man|
Man dis man is spittin that true stuff some people don't know what a lyricist
By Smokelahoma Soldier (Tulsa, OK. USA)
I don't understand what the big buzz is about Cam'Ron. I mean he's already rapping since 98 (first album) but untill now he's has only dropped weak albums he's not wack as a rapper but he will never become a great rapper.
By dipsetwack (Harlem NY)
||like it or not|
come on now this was a basic cd tha best songs are touch it or not,wet wipes,get em daddy remix,and killa cam tha intro
By mistaoutdaframe (MEMPHIS TENNEKEE)
||The cover looks nice...|
I aint heard the album yet...
By masipa_m (South Africa, Soweto)
||He gets lamer everytime he opens his mouth|
I used to like dip-set but after this year of lackluster releases from the dip members i gotta say they are a little to confident in their abilities.
By Lee (Tucson)
this album was fire i recconmend you nto buy it
By jerzeys201finest (new jerset'jersey city, usa)
||KILLA KILLA MO KILLIN!!!|
KILLA CAM IZ THA BEST OUT HERE PERIOD.
By UPTOWN OBIE (HARLEM, USA)
Bird game all day cam 40 juelz the prince jim jones freaky hell the killa nothin hotter right now 140th and lennox
By killa (Washington, DC)
||So Many Metaphors|
This Dude is sick wit his words and the beats are raw my dude got his shyt goin 4 him
By Oklahoma Soldier (Tulsa, OK, USA)
A lot of old material, but still for the most part hot track to track..Cam's delivery and flow are on point
By dfresh (Yonkers, NY)
||killa is tha illa|
this album is tight bangin' son
By maddy dubb (pittsburgh,pa)
||Killa Cam Wasn't Lyin|
Killa Cam wasn't lyin .... its killa season. One of his best ablums.
By Fresh (Miami, Fl , USA)
Killa Cam spittin that fire
By Big Bee on 7 Mile (Detroit, Michigan)
cam has really lost it dis album has just confermed it. i mean gotta love is so weak and why he turning in 2 50 by singin on 'he tried 2 play me'.
By k tha don (khanville)
||What do yall think?|
I mean, more than half the songs on the album were already pre-released for a while. Other than that its okay, Cam just needs to start putting songs on that no one can hear, and i wish the dip-set crew was just back with Cam, Juelz, Jimmy, and Zeek.
By fhdhhk (Philadelphia, PA, USA)
cams best album of his career all of his beats are gangsta the only dumb song on the cd is he tried to play me but he has definitely stepped his game up lyrically since purple haze.
By brandon (cincinnati)
Cam always been hot and still is u dig!! So people stop hatin.
By Mazi (Roc City, USA)
hot beatz, barbage lyrics, same ol' wack flow. but wut more can u expect from cam'ron.
By Yogi (new york)
||Cam and The Dips Finna Take over the game!!!|
Cam brings tht Harlem flavor to this 1 the hottest album of the year so get up on this!! Every track smooth u can let this play all the way threw!!! Cam the best out!
By Cash (Milwaukee, Wi, USA)
||Killa Cam Is Back!|
Killa Season, Purple Haze and Come Home With Me are the best CD's. Dip-Set
By Dip-Set 4 Life (Miami, FL)
This album is fire 90% of this cd goes hard and I'm from tha south and I like tha rhymes and beats, 4 mics from me.
By yungmoneythug (Waco,Tx)
||Dipset in the Fing House!|
This album is dope fresh crazy! Cam is doing his thing. Buy this album as well as the DVD Killa Season, Dipset is in the Fing house! Repect the team!
By RollinWitDipset4Life (Flushing, NY)
Nearly every track was crazy.cam got some tight flows and lyrics with many hardcore beats!
By liquid_fever (Toronto, Canada)
About damn time! Finally, Cam'ron has stepped his game up. He needs to keep coming like this, and not with all that dr.
By awise990 (Columbia, Sc)
||I think this is Dope|
Well... I'm not really a Cam'Ron fan, but he's not coming out commercial R&B kinda stuff... Its different hip-hop, Dipset Hip-Hop... so I find that great.
By Kasonde (London)
|Have you heard this album?
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First Time: The Best of Surface CD (2001) Top Seller
Killa Season album for sale Although they had a number of R&B hits during the late '80s, Surface didn't cross over into the pop mainstream in any notable way. They scraped the bottom reaches of the charts a few times, but they never had a breakout hit that would establish them as stars. Listening to Columbia/Legacy's definitive retrospective The First Time: The Best of Surface, it's possible to hear why they didn't break out -- they simply didn't have a song that would break them big. That doesn't mean that they were a bad group, since they were very competent within their genre and several hits here are very pleasant late-'80s urban cuts, either on the ballad or dance side. But there's nothing particularly striking, nothing with a hook that would send the band soaring up the pop charts. Still, if you happen to be a fan, either of the group or of this sound, this is a pleasing listen, and a very representative overview of what Surface achieved. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Includes liner notes by Gail Mitchell.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Compilation producer: Bedra Olds-Neal.
Surface: Bernard Jackson (vocals, guitar, synthesizer, bass guitar, fretless bass, drum programming); David Townshend (guitar, piano, keyboards, synthesizer, bass synthesizer, drum programming, background vocals); David "Pic" Conley (flute, shakuhachi flute, synthesizer, bass synthesizer, percussion, drum programming).
Additional personnel: Larry Conley (saxophone); Vassal Benford (synthesizer, programming).
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Killa Season CD music The half-a-dozen strong Prelude's Greatest Hits series gets off to a strong start with this volume, probably the most essential of all. Each of the ten tracks is a classic, including highlights like "Walk On By" and "Keep On" by D Train, "In the Bush" by Musique, "I'm Caught Up (In a One Night Love Affair)" by Inner Life, and "Beat the Street" by Sharon Redd. ~ Keith Farley
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Killa Season buy CD music Track Listing of songs: Like Yesterday; Cut U N 1/2; Intro; Pregnant Pussy; Mutha Aint Mine; Mr. Playa; Something Good (DJ Screw Mix); Short Texas (DJ Screw Mix); Pregnant Pussy (DJ Screw Mix); Like Yesterday (DJ Screw Mix); Mutha Aint Mine; What Up My Boy; Satisfied; 7 Executioners;
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Killa Season songs "So I carry a pen like a staff for my protection."
The universe is the crib they laid in, Philadelphia is the mother who held them, all things rhythmic nourished them, and hip hop is their voice.
The Disciples of Discipline are crystalmetaphor, jawnzap7 and DJ Statik. They are musicians, producers, mc's.
Before he did any of these, crystalmetaphor danced. You can hear it in is beats. You can feel it in his flow. jawnzap 7's flow is like running naked in a thunderstorm -- electrifying, exhilarating and head spinning. DJ Statik - a long-time member of Philly's Ill Vibe Collective - layers scratch over sample over breakbeat with full impact. Together their energy hits parts of you you didn't even know you had.
"This is a real life description of who we are and how we live," says crystalmetaphor.
The Disciple's self-titled debut release was produced and recorded in less than two months at Turtle Studios in Olde City Philadelphia. A full-length CD with a 7" 45 record supporting it have been in local stores while the Disciples' were promoting the product in eight European countries. With constant touring planned for the months ahead, the group is excited about the music -- "Non-corporate, non-conformist, music that exemplifies our spiritual beliefs" by jawnzap7's description.
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Kari is a native of Los Angeles, California and at the tender age of three, showed natural talent and an interest in music. Her family came to the conclusion that she was destined to be a vocalist because the moment she came out of the womb, her first cry had the sound of a note that only a vocalist could hit. By the time she was seven, Kari was performing on stage at Disneyland's "Golden Horseshoe" in a girls group called "The Little Tots" who were discovered and managed by Hollywood's own, highly acclaimed Film Producer, Cassius Weathersby, which sparked the interest of famed Producer and Composer, H. B. Barnum. During her middle and high school years, Kari continued her pursuit of music by performing in various talent shows and drama productions that prepared her to become a professional vocalist. In college, her studies included music appreciation, voice technique, sight-singing, dance, and theater arts. Once the industry heard a glimpse of her voice, it did not take long for her to impress some of the best in the industry, which led to her being featured on the "Jackee and Friends Show," produced by Darryl Lovett (DLUV Productions). She was also featured on the soundtrack of the re-make movie made for television"To Sir With Love II" starring Sidney Poitier. This year, Kari was invited to join a cast of celebrities including Chante Moore, Tata Vega, and Sheldon Reynolds (EWF) to perform in honor of Michael Jackson whose Award was accepted by his brother, Tito Jackson, an unforgettable experience that shows she has already made a name for herself and her appeal just continues to grow.
Kari Taylor has been recognized by renowned entertainment entities. She is a two-time winner of the BMI Showcase, KJLH Radio Talent Competitions, the Songwriters Showcase, and others. Her performances include studio sessions, festivals, concerts, and club venues. She has also explored her talents as an actress doing background work, her latest being "Dream Girls."
From the beginning of her career as a child and throughout, Kari has had the opportunity to work with some of the best songwriter/artists in the business, such as Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, Antonio "LA" Reid, Jon B.
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Kari's new single entitled, "Love Come Down" is a remake of the original sung by Evelyn Champagne and she is currently in the studio writing with Producer, Wendell Wellman completing her Album project. Kari's songs show her diversified range and smooth, soulful, but powerful vocals complimenting the genres of R&B, Pop and Jazz.
To sum it all up!Kari is a complete entertainer who combines all of her talents in live performances and in the studio. She is ready for all to experience her as a vocalist ...
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