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|Thug Matrix 3|
|Studio album by|
|Released||September 20, 2011|
|Genre||East Coast hip hop|
|Label||25 To Life Aura/Money Maker Entertainment|
|Producer|| Audible Doctor |
Now & Laterz
|Tragedy Khadafi chronology|
|The Rap Up|
|Hip Hop DX|
Thug Matrix 3 is the seventh album by the hip hop artist Tragedy Khadafi. It was released on September 20, 2011.
Percy Chapman, known by his stage name Tragedy Khadafi, is an American rapper and record producer. Chapman hails from the Queensbridge Housing Projects in Queens, New York, who helped spawn other hip hop artists such as Cormega, Mobb Deep, Capone-N-Noreaga, Nas and many others both through production and influence. His name is a reference to the former leader of Libya, Muammar Gaddafi.
|1||"Narcotic Lines"||Tragedy Khadafi||AraabMuzik||3:54|
|2||"Ill-Luminous Flow"||Tragedy Khadafi||Now & Laterz||3:29|
|3||"Black Prince"||Tragedy Khadafi||Ayatollah||2:48|
|4||"Free Thinkers"||Tragedy Khadafi||Shroom||3:50|
|5||"Each One, Teach One"||Tragedy Khadafi||Audible Doctor||1:43|
|6||"Gorilla Warefare Status"||Tragedy Khadafi, Killah Sha||Asmatik||3:10|
|7||"The Wake Up"||Tragedy Khadafi||Booth||2:59|
|8||"Still Breathin'"||Tragedy Khadafi||Now & Laterz||3:50|
|9||"Outstanding"||Tragedy Khadafi||Audible Doctor||1:57|
|10||"Best Of Both Coast"||Tragedy Khadafi, Killah Sha, King David & Planet Asia||-||4:16|
Anthony Henderson, better known as Krayzie Bone, is an American rapper, singer, producer, and entrepreneur. He is a member of the rap group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony.
Capone-N-Noreaga is an American hip hop duo formed in 1995, from Queens, New York City, New York. The duo includes East Coast rappers Capone and N.O.R.E..
Full Surface is a record label founded in 2001, by American hip hop recording artist and record producer Kasseem "Swizz Beatz" Dean. With the help of his protégé, Cassidy, who was the 1st artist signed, the label was established. The label used to operate through Sony's J and through Universal's Interscope, Motown and Universal Motown. However, the label also had released material through joint ventures with other companies outside the Sony BMG group. It operates as a subsidiary of Warner and is distributed by Atlantic.
Chron Smith, better known by his stage name Hell Razah, is an American rapper. He is best known as a member of Sunz of Man, an early affiliate group of the Wu-Tang Clan.
The Juice Crew was a Hip Hop collective made up largely of Queensbridge –based artists in the mid–to–late 1980s. Founded by producer Marley Marl and radio DJ Mr. Magic, and housed by Tyrone Williams' record label Cold Chillin' Records, the Juice Crew helped introduce New School artists Big Daddy Kane, Biz Markie, Roxanne Shanté and Kool G Rap. The crew produced many answer records and engaged with numerous "beefs" – primarily with rival radio jock Kool DJ Red Alert and the South Bronx's Boogie Down Productions, as well as the "posse cut", "The Symphony".
Lamont Dorrell, known as Ayatollah, is a hip-hop record producer from Queens, New York who has produced for predominantly New York-based rappers including Mos Def, Talib Kweli, R.A. The Rugged Man, Tragedy Khadafi, Wordsworth, Vast Aire, Afu-Ra, Guru, M.O.P., Inspectah Deck, Cormega, Ghostface Killah as well as many others. R.A. the Rugged Man had said in an interview that he was the first person to ever buy a beat from Ayatollah. Broadly speaking Ayatollah's production encompasses a soulful, authentic east coast hip-hop sound which has brought him steady success and acclaim since the late 1990s.
The War Report is the debut studio album by American hip hop duo Capone-N-Noreaga (C-N-N). The album features the singles "L.A., L.A.", "T.O.N.Y.", "Illegal Life" and "Closer". Tragedy Khadafi appears on more than half of the album's songs and served roles as both producer and executive producer. Despite its strong underground overtones, the album was a commercial success, listed on 1997's Hip Hop/R&B Top Five, and certified Gold in the US.
Intelligent Hoodlum is the first studio album by the American rapper Intelligent Hoodlum, later known as Tragedy Khadafi. It was released on A&M Records in 1990. It peaked at number 52 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
Still Reportin'... is the fourth solo studio album by the hip hop artist Tragedy Khadafi.
Thug Matrix is the fifth album by the hip hop artist Tragedy Khadafi.
Thug Matrix 2 is a compilation album released by the hip-hop artist Tragedy Khadafi, including some previously released songs.
"Genghis Khan" is a single by hip hop group Jedi Mind Tricks. The original press, distributed through JMT's Superegular Recordings, was released as a promo in early 2000. The group's second and former label, Babygrande Records, re-released the single in 2003 with wider distribution. The track is named after 13th century Mongol leader Genghis Khan. The song contains a sample from "Downloading", a symphonic composition by Harald Kloser, taken from the film The Thirteenth Floor.
"Kublai Khan" is a single by Hip Hop duo Jedi Mind Tricks, released in 2003 through Babygrande Records. The song was the second single released from the duo's third album Visions of Gandhi, following "Animal Rap", and followed by "Rise of the Machines". "Kublai Khan" is a sequel to the group's 2000 single "Genghis Khan", this time, named after Genghis' grandson Kublai Khan. The song, like "Genghis Khan", features an intense symphonic sample, courtesy of group producer Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind. New York City rapper Tragedy Khadafi, who appeared on "Genghis", also appears on the track. Former JMT member Jus Allah, who split from the group in 2001, is replaced by Goretex, of the group Non Phixion.
"New York, New York" is a song from the American West Coast hip hop duo Tha Dogg Pound. The song is the lead single from their debut album, Dogg Food. It features Kurupt rapping the verses, with Daz Dillinger with a few quick verses in the video and Snoop Doggy Dogg in the chorus. Although Tha Dogg Pound’s trailer got shot at, the song is intended to slight the credibility of the East Coast hip hop scene during the rivalry between the East and West.
"L.A., L.A." is a song by American hip hop duo Capone-N-Noreaga, featuring guest appearances from fellow American rappers Mobb Deep and Tragedy Khadafi. It was released in early 1996, as the second single from their debut album The War Report (1997).
"T.O.N.Y. " is the second single from Capone-N-Noreaga's debut album The War Report. The song features Tragedy Khadafi. The song became a critical and commercial success peaking at number 56 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks and number 16 on the Hot Rap Singles. The song samples "Speak Her Name" by Walter Jackson.
"Illegal Life" is a song by American hip hop duo Capone-N-Noreaga, released as the first single from their debut album, The War Report (1997). The song features guest appearances from fellow American rappers Havoc and Tragedy Khadafi, both of which also produced the song.
Lessons is the fifth studio album by American hip hop duo Capone-N-Noreaga. The album was released on July 24, 2015, by Thugged Out Militainment and Penalty Records. The album features guest appearances from fellow American rappers Tragedy Khadafi, Royal Flush, The LOX and Raekwon. The album includes production from American record producers Ayatollah, Jahlil Beats, Large Professor, Scram Jones and Statik Selektah, among others.
Thug Life was an American hip hop group that consisted of Tupac Shakur, Stretch, Big Syke, Mopreme Shakur, Macadoshis, and The Rated R. They released one album, 1994's Thug Life: Volume 1, before disbanding after Tupac died on September 13, 1996. Big Syke died on December 5, 2016, 20 years after Shakur's death.
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