With his forthcoming, Evil Empire-hosted mixtape, Booth-acclaimed producer J. Cardim will introduce listeners everywhere to the roster of his newly-launched Dice Music Group label. Assisting “your favorite rapper’s favorite producer” in his quest to get Sha Stimuli, Ariez Onasis, and the rest of his signees their shine are everyone from Red Cafe, Maino, and Slaughterhouse to Ace Hood, Termanology, and J the S—it’s unlikely, however, that anything on the street album will be able to beat the sheer star power of tonight’s feature. Originally set to appear on D-Block‘s long-awaited reunion album, Move finds Jadakiss, Styles P, and Sheek Louch reuniting under their original name, the L.O.X., to spit fire over a beat reminiscent of a Heatmakerz/Dipset collabo from back in the day. Though not quite “reunion album” caliber, Move is sure to be a standout track on the forthcoming Dice Music Group mixtape. No release date has been set for the street album, but these major cosigns may be just the thing to speed the process along.
Written by Burmy on 08/9/09
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