Monday, October 23, 2006

DEF JAM IN THE BUILDING!

Def Jam Recordings recently celebrated the success of Ludacris' #1
album, Release Therapy, and #1 smash single, "Money Maker." Now, the
greatest rap label in the world presents back to back to back to back
DECEMBER releases from four of its heaviest hitters: YOUNG JEEZY, NAS,
GHOSTFACE KILLAH & FABOLOUS!




YOUNG JEEZY - THE INSPIRATION
12.12.06
The Snowman follows up his multi-platinum debut with 'The Inspiration.'
With monster tracks from DJ Toomp - on the smash single "I Luv It" -
Timbaland, the Runnerz and more, Jeezy's still got both feet firmly in
the Trap, but shows incredible growth as an artist; on the track "Child
Of God (Bury Me A G)," Jeezy envisions his own death and judgment. One
of the biggest rap releases of the year from Def Jam's newest superstar.

NAS - HIP-HOP IS DEAD
12.19.06
Throughout his storied career - which began with 1994's classic
Illmatic and has spanned the last decade with over 12 million albums sold -
Nas has been more than just the genre's foremost lyricist and thinker. He
has become a statesman, some would argue hip-hop's "conscience." Now,
with the December 19 release of his long-awaited Def Jam debut - the
aptly-titled Hip-Hop Is Dead - Nas returns to his role as mentor and
teacher, his legendary mic skills as sharp as ever, and takes today's young
rappers back to school. The lesson? Hip-Hop - As Nas sees it - is very
much alive.

GHOSTFACE KILLAH - MORE FISH
12.19.06
Ghostface is on a roll. The sequel to Fishscale - the most
critically-acclaimed hip-hop album of the year - More Fish is Ghost doing what
Ghost does best. On tracks like the blazing "Ghost Is Back" and the new
single "Good," Tony Starks brings you that raw and uncut. Ghost's crew,
Theodore Unit, is heavily featured on More Fish, and his teenage son -
Sun God - shines.

FABOLOUS - FROM NOTHIN' TO SOMETHIN'
12.26.06
Brooklyn's slickest talker is back with a new label and a new lease on
life. Fab's distinct voice and flow are sorely missing in hip-hop right
now, and he brings the heat - as usual - with bangers like "Diamonds"
featuring Lil Wayne and "Change Up" featuring Akon.

DEF JAM. WE ARE HIP-HOP.

3 comments:

cd said...

def jam took over atlantic with the most talent and stars in the last 2 years

carl drum

waltisgood said...

thot u knew homie def jam aint slippin a bit!




wig

nan said...

def jam still is the Original blueprint remember

nan