Wednesday, June 21, 2006



This week in the City Paper, I have a big feature on Big Kuntré and Mike Milz, also known as Stay Gettin' Productions. I'm not really gonna say too much, because you can read the article, and you can check out their MySpace page and a list of all their productions that I put together below, which features a few mp3's. Even if you don't know the name you probably know at least a couple tracks they've done. I know that some folks are salty about Young Leek getting a deal when there are still so many overlooked MCs in Baltimore, but SGE are good dudes and veterans of Bmore hip hop themselves, and if their project does well then it's definitely gonna open doors for the city. They produced almost the whole Young Leek album aside from "Jiggle It," and the tracks that have been released so far, "Check" and "One Million" are pretty good, and there's a video of Leek and Kuntré performing "One Million" on YouTube. Anyway, check the resume:

Stay Gettin' Productions Discography

Big Kuntré - Vol. 1 (2001)
1. “Intro”
2. “Street Anthem”
3. “Black Rain”
4. “Stay Gettin’”
5. “Line Of Sight (Haters)”

various artists - Operation Come Up (2001)
16 tracks

Tim Trees - Dalton, Vol. 1 (Bdamore Records, 2001)
2. “Recal”
7. “F.M.P.”

Tim Trees - Dalton, Vol. 2 (Bdamore Records, 2002)
2. “Family” f/ Tony Bosco, Stee and S.N.L. (mp3)
4. “Smoke” f/ Pluggy
7. “410” f/ Little Clayway and Skarr Akbar (mp3)
8. “Sky High” f/ S.N.L.

Bunny Man - What’s Real (Orpheus, 2002)
1. “Intro” f/ Big Kuntré and Antney J
7. “Back, Back”

Ogun - The Movement (ROP, 2003)
14. “War Games” f/ Ooh of Brown F.I.S.H. and Profound

Cam’ron - Diplomats Volume 5 (Streetsweepers, 2003)
9. “Shut The Fuck Up” (mp3)

DJ Kay Slay - The Streetsweeper Vol. 2: The Pain From The Game (Columbia, 2004)
6. “Harlem” f/ Cam’ron & Chinky Brown Eyes
11. “Alphabetical Slaughter” f/ Papoose
12. “Drama” f/ Lil Jon, David Banner, Bun B and Baby D
14. “Get Retarded” f/ The Diplomats and Twista (mp3)
16. “Through Your Head” f/ Jae Millz, Angelous, Cashmere, Trife, Maino, Tru Life and the Bad Seed

Cam’ron - Purple Haze (Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam, 2004)
14. “Bubble Music”

The Diplomats - Diplomatic Immunity (Koch, 2004)
4. “Get Use To This” f/ Juelz Santana and J.R. Writer
13. “Dead Motherfuckers” f/ Cam’ron and Juelz Santana
15. “Aayo-iight” f/ Cam’ron and Juelz Santana

Comp - Bang-A-Rang Mixtape, Vol. 1 (DNA, 2004)
1. “Intro”

Ogun - Real On Purpose (ROP, 2005)
8. “Come On Man?!” (mp3)

Papoose - Mixtape Murder (Streetsweepers, 2005)
3. “Bonnie N Clyde 2005” f/ Remy Ma (mp3) (also known as "No Competition")
4. “Versatility” (mp3)

Papoose - A Threat And A Promise (Streetsweepers, 2006)
13. "Shots Fired" f/ Bump J and Stat Quo

Dipset - Cam'ron Presents Duke Da God: The Movement Moves On (Koch, 2006)
15. "We Ain't Going Nowhere" f/ A-Mafia

Cam’ron - Killa Season (Asylum, 2006)
14. “Girls, Cash, Cars”

DJ Kay Slay & Greg Street - The Champions: The North Meets The South (Koch, 2006)
5. "Drama Gang" f/ Cam'ron, Juelz Santana and Jim Jones
14. "5 Deadly Venoms" f/ Ghostface, Kool G Rap, Raekwon, Lord Tariq and Big Daddy Kane
16. "The Introduction" f/ Vein
17. “Big Problems” f/ Lil Jon, Lil Flip, Lil Scrappy, and Lil Wyte

Stay Gettin' Ent & Plain Pat presents Dopeboy Music (2006)
1. "Intro" f/ Bgz
4. "Zoo" f/ Glue
6. "Supa Dupa Trap" f/ Bgz, Ricky Ruckus, Kenney G and Glue
15. "Heavy Chevy" f/ Glue and Ricky Ruckus

forthcoming:

Young Leek - Somethin' To Prove (Stay Gettin' Entertainment/Def Jam)

Papoose - Nacirema Dream (Jive)

Freeway - Free At Last (Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam)

(photo by Sam Holden)

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Comments:
Stay Gettin are some serious producers but I'm not feeling Young Leek I'm not a hater. I hope this is not another B Rich situation. Kenneth
 
Good article Al! I love to see cats from the Middle East being successful in the game. Much props to Stay Gettin'.


Jamal-Darkroom
 
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