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Cassidy

Incarcerated: June 17, 2005
Released: March 2, 2006
Amount Of Time: 258 Days
Charge: Involuntary Manslaughter
What Happened: After initially facing a murder rap in the 2005 killing of one man and the attempted murders of two others, Cassidy waived his right to trial by jury and submitted himself to the mercy of the judge, who declined to convict him of first degree murder.
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Cassidy May Return To Battle Rapping

With the announcement of an Eminem-hosted battle rap event in New York City, and a new reality series featuring Slaughterhouse with a focus on battle-rapping, the battle style of MCing is creeping back to the forefront...

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Hip-Hop Hall Of Fame Will Honor Many Legends At Upcoming Awards Show

On May 19, the Hip-Hop Hall of Fame is pulling out all the stops to honor multiple hip-hop legends at its award show. Along with celebrating inductees like Sugar Hill Gang, Busy Bee, Spoonie G & The Treacherous Three, and Mr Magic, amongst others, the show will celebrate EZ Rock's contribution with a huge tribute performance.

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“Oakland Tech”
Artist: Lil B
Producer: N/A
Release Year: 2012
Song Sampled: “Let's Get It On”
Sample Release Year: 1973
Sample Effect: A sped-up version of the Marvin Gaye song plays on the entire backing track.
Why The Song Is Dope: A very #rare meeting of minds between Marvin and the Based God, this is Lil B in straightforward lyrical mode, rhyming in the cadence he gets when his based freestyles are at their most structured and rap-focused. It's by no means an essential part of the Lil B opus, but it's a great showcase of his talents and his soul-baring worldview, particularly with the early salvo of “Talking to you I'ma tell you what I feel inside / A whole lot of pain and bitch a whole lot of pride.” —KK

“Oakland Tech”

Artist: Lil B
Producer: N/A
Release Year: 2012
Song Sampled: “Let's Get It On”
Sample Release Year: 1973
Sample Effect: A sped-up version of the Marvin Gaye song plays on the entire backing track.
Why The Song Is Dope: A very #rare meeting of minds between Marvin and the Based God, this is Lil B in straightforward lyrical mode, rhyming in the cadence he gets when his based freestyles are at their most structured and rap-focused. It's by no means an essential part of the Lil B opus, but it's a great showcase of his talents and his soul-baring worldview, particularly with the early salvo of “Talking to you I'ma tell you what I feel inside / A whole lot of pain and bitch a whole lot of pride.” —KK

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The Complete Guide To Lil B’s 111 Name Drops In Song Titles

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