Lee Mazin drops her 2nd mixtape entitled LoveLEE and brings a few heavy hitters to feature on here with her Freeway, Peedi Crakk, Jade Alston, and Phoenix. She even gets a track produced by Dj Diamond Kuts which is her 2nd single off of the mixtape and a Intro from Dj Khaled himself.
She really stepped up in this project. See why she is now signed to Meek Mill’s Dreamchasers Records.
Lee Mazin (@LeeMazin) – LoveLEE (Mixtape) via 704dj.com
Lee Mazin held her private listening party last night with close friends and media outlets. But there were a LOT of the who’s who that was in that room, from Super Bowl Champion, Raheem Brock, to Charlie Mack, to Shamara, to DJ Martygeez, to BreezyB to Gillie and many more! Any doubt of Lee Mazin as an artist was erased when she took the mic with an excellent band in the background. She shown growth as an artist, from debuting her single produced by DJ Diamond Kuts to remaking the classic, Tupac, Changes, she made her presence felt.
Yea..Give it two years. Lee Mazin will be a house hold name.
LoveLEE out Oct. 16th.
Lee Mazin performing TuPac’s Changes
Lee Mazin performing with Jade Alston
Lee Mazin and Phoenix[Raheem Brock’s artist]
Lee Mazin brings out Philadelphia Freeway to feature on a single off of her up and coming mixtape which is set to release Oct 16. 2012. The track “Fresh” was produced by @CertiFYDmusic.
Watch. By this time, next year, Lee Mazin will be signed. So much talent here.
Last month, Brock from Heatholders came to 3G Lounge to test this record out to the crowd. Sure enough I knew it was a hit. Matter fact, this belongs in the billboards. Definitely check this record out from two very talented artists in Philly
I’m speaking as a mogul in this game and as a fan on this post. DMX performed one of the best shows I’ve ever seen. It’s definite proof that he’s back. It was a lot of unrest in TLA because of his late arrival, but several Philly artist opened up for Dark Man X. The Vets, Bones, Al 1 Thing, Dana Black, Chinko Da Great, Ape Gang, SiR, Lee Mazin, Young Savage and more kept the crowd hyped up before the Ruff Ryder Capo arrived.
When he got on stage, it was historic. He put on a show that was definitely worth the wait. You can only wish other artists had that type of passion like he does nowadays. He climbed on top of the TLA speakers to perform Ruff Ryders anthem. He passed bottles of Hennessy around the crowd. And toward the end all lights were off as lighters and cell phones were the only thing on as he performed “Slippin” and “Pray” before he exited the stage. As my home BWyche of HipHopSince1987 said, “His energy is what most rap performers lack”
Did I mention he brought out Irv Gotti?
“Shout out to Fam Juice for providing everyone on stage, backstage, and on the street with their $1 juice. I personally ran thru a few bottle of that Strawberry-Kiwi Lemonade. Yup I need to find a Papi store with a case of that flavor Fam Juice ASAP.”
See now I gotta cop that Fam juice as well. I wonder if it as good as the Watermelon Arizona i was sippin on
A great way to come together as a city occurred this Sunday with the 2011 Philly Hip Hop Awards. P-Funk and Tone Trump set the pace for the evening. OC Diesel and Chris Kennedy tried to Kanye West each other out as Buckwild was left as “Taylor Swift”. Gillie Da Kid was as Gillie as he can be
Gillie: “I did a movie with Pam Grier. The ORIGINAL Foxy Brown. You young muthafuckas” LMAO.
Great performances by live bands, poets but Young Savage and ICH gang tore the stage apart and got everybody doing the Work’em Dance. Shamara reminded everyone that we were blessed to be in this position. Lady B was being honored, as it should have been.
A lot of history took place and too much to type. But overall, a good look for the 215. Here are the winners. Pics after the winners. more pics and videos to come.
As far as 2012………lol would be cool to be on the ballot. but I got a great campaign….so, we shall see.
BIG congratulations to the winners:
BEST WEBSITE – HIPHOPSINCE1987.COM
BEST NEW GROUP – BLONDE GANG
BEST GROUP – APE GANG
MALE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR – YOUNG SAVAGE
BEST HIP HOP STORE – BLACK & NOBEL
BEST VIDEO/MOVIE DIRECTOR – DAVE PATTEN
BEST RADIO DJ – DJ DAMAGE
BEST MIXTAPE DJ – DJ DAMAGE
BEST MIXTAPE SERIES – WE RUN THE STREETS
FEMALE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR – LEEN BEAN
BEST BATTLE RAPPER – TECH 9
VIDEO OF THE YEAR – GILLIE DA KID “DRINKING & SMOKIN”
SONG OF THE YEAR – MEEK MILL “IMA BOSS”
FEMALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR – LEE MAZIN
MALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR – MEEK MILL
HUSTLER OF THE YEAR – TONE TRUMP (#LETSWIN)
BEST PHOTOGRAPHER – TYSON (BLACK & NOBEL)
BEST CD/MIXTAPE COVER – SCORP DA BOY “WEED OUT TREE”
BEST ACTOR IN A MOVIE OR CINEMATIC VIDEO – GILLIE DA KID
BEST HIP HOP RADIO SHOW – BATCAVE RADIO
LYRICIST OF THE YEAR – CASSIDY
BEST COMEDIAN – BUCK WILD
BEST LIVE PERFORMER – DIZZLE DIZZ
MIXTAPE OF THE YEAR – QUILLY MILLZ NEW WAVE 2
BEST RAP DVD – PHILLY SUPPORT PHILLY
MODEL OF THE YEAR – CAT WASHINGTON (BAD GIRLS CLUB)
BEST COLLABORATION – CHILL MOODY & CODY KHAMAR “MY EYES”
BEST CLOTHING LINE – SUPA FLY BOYS
BEST RADIO HOST – SHAMARA
BEST PRODUCER – JAHLIL BEATS
WILL SMITH AWARD – CHARLIE MACK
SINGER OF THE YEAR – DAVE PATTEN
NEW JERSEY ARTIST OF THE YEAR – APOLLO THE GREAT