Posts Tagged ‘Kango Slimm’

(NEW HEAT) “Only Human” – Partners-N-Crime ft. Ha Sizzle

Monday, June 4th, 2018

New Orleans, Louisiana has long been home to entertainment giants, but probably none are more iconic or legendary than Partners-N-Crime (PNC), who just released their new single entitled “Only Human”, featuring New Orleans bounce standout Ha Sizzle. The track is produced by KC.

PNC is celebrating its 25th year in existence and is one of the most well-known musical acts to ever come out of New Orleans, Louisiana. Their catalogue is one of the most extensive out of Southern Hip Hop and Bounce acts, not to mention various songwriting credits. “Only Human” is available for download and streaming everywhere music is sold.

Follow on Twitter: @MrMeana @pncofficial @LegendaryPNC @HaSizzleKing @KCDAPRODUCER

#0017th drops ‘Ali’ single to wide acclaim

Friday, July 11th, 2014

The force known as #0017th has done it again – this time, with the release of the highly anticipated “Ali” single. They will be dropping the video, filmed in Hollygrove, in the very near future. To say this single has been released to wide acclaim is putting it mildly.

The #0017th members debuted the song last night during a live interview on New Orleans‘ world famous Q93 FM, while being interviewed by DJ Slab 1. It is available for streaming/download on Soundcloud and it’s already garnered over 20,000 streams and hundreds of downloads. The single is available for purchase on iTunes. Produced by KC, “Ali” features Kango Slimm, 1/2 of the legendary group Partners-N-Crime (PNC). It also showcases the lyrical talent offered up by #0017th, in the form of group members acclaimed producer Nesby Phips, Reem, Hollygrove Mikey, and Jay Jones. It will be featured on Hollygrove Mikey’s upcoming mixtape entitled “The Ca$hius Clay Tape”. Anybody whose ever heard Mikey spit, will know exactly what this means – a mixtape from one of the greatest of all time. The #0017th Movement is backed by endless merchandising and they are most definitely masters at branding. One look at Instagram and Twitter are proof positive of that – their brand is EVERYWHERE.

This is without a doubt, the hottest single of the summer! Go support these Hollygrove originals & purchase “Ali”!

 

To purchase merchandise, message Priff on Instagram at @priff17 or visit the “Store” section on www.0017th.com.

Follow #0017th on social media:

Twitter

@0017th
@nesbyphips
@reem0017th
@hollygrovemikey
@JayJ0nes
@pncofficial

Instagram

@0017th
@nesbyphips
@reem0017th
@hollygrovemikey
@kooljones
@kcdaproducer
@kangoslim

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Partners-N-Crime set to headline Red Hot NOLA April 12th

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

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HITZ International legends Partners-N-Crime is set to headline the epic concert series known as Red Hot NOLA on April 12, 2014.

Make your way to Club VASO in New Orleans to attend Red Hot NOLA. If you haven’t yet experienced PNC live with The Big Easy Bounce Band, you’ve missed the best in live entertainment.

Don’t miss Red Hot NOLA! Mr. Meana and Kango Slimm invite you to join them & many more for this unique show! Follow them on Instagram – @mrmeana_pnc & @kangoslimm.

(VIDEO) Dip featuring Kango Slimm of P-N-C in ‘Turn It Up’

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

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One of the “NEXT UP” out the HITZ International camp, Dip, drops the visual to his single “Turn It Up” featuring the legendary Kango Slimm of PARTNERS-N-CRIME. Check out Dip’s latest mixtpe, “Who Woulda Knew 2.5”, a tape that touts hundreds of thousands of downloads internationally. Dip is moving on to bigger & better things through hard work, perseverance & connections he is making through not only his HITZ family, but through his epic networking ability. Be on the lookout for a lot of new projects from Dip, including his hit clothing line “I Run 90”.

Follow Dip on social media:

Twitter | @NxtYrDip

Instagram | @Dip31

Facebook Fanpage | https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lil-Di…

For interviews, contact Arlene Culpepper | MIKODreamzPR | 504.233.3610.

DIRECTED BY: Mr. Meana

FILMED BY: Christopher Moten

HITZ INTERNATIONAL | IT’S NOT JUST A LABEL | IT’S A MOVEMENT

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(#TuesdayThrowback) P-N-C featuring Fifth Ward Weebie in ‘So Attracted’

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

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Happy Birthday Kango Slimm from The Heat Magazine!

Friday, December 7th, 2012

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KANGO SLIMM!

Everybody join The Heat in wishing Kango Slimm of New Orleans‘ legendary group, Partners N Crime, a very Happy Birthday!

We hope your day is great, Kango!

You can follow Kango on Twitter – @pncofficial or join his fan page – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kango-Slimm/346697448731498?fref=ts

NOUE releases epic anniversary edition mixtape – ‘Heart of the City’

Thursday, November 8th, 2012

The New Orleans Union of Entertainment (NOUE) has done it again, this time with its release of the anniversary edition mixtape, “Heart of the City“.

Make sure to check out the free download from the South’s premiere force, the NOUE. Follow them on Twitter – @NOUE1 & @Deviousontwitt. For more information, email NOUE president, Dion Norman at itdevious@yahoo.com.

1. Intro
2. Our Father- Devious
3. Babu- Youngest 1′s
4. Crush ‘Um- UNLV
5. WHY YO?- Devious
6. Dolla Bills- NO4
7. Heal The World- Mannie Fresh
8. Love You- Kevin Gates
9. Lost Boys- Da U Boys
10. Bloodline- Ghetto Twiinz and 3D Natee
11. Dont FN Play With Me-Bigg Ramp
12. I’m Gone-Majesty Sozey
13. Drag Em Thru Tha River-UNLV
14. Here I Go- Mystikal
15. Picture Perfect- Juvenile feat Birdman and Lil Wayne
16. Money is The Motivation-Redd and Poizon Ivy
17. Take Me Higher- Partners N Crime
18. Uptown Downtown Status- Six War Pook and Calliope Var
19. Brand New Day ft. Delis- Jay Da Menace
20. King Leon Remixx-Jay Jones
21. Do What It Do- ViGi and Trinidad
22. Outerlude

(HEAT MIXTAPE OF THE WEEK) Mista Meana’s ‘Who Say I Can’t Rap’ *FREE DOWNLOAD*

Sunday, March 25th, 2012

This week’s “HEAT MIXTAPE OF THE WEEK” is “Who Say I Can’t Rap” by Mista Meana, 1/2 of the legendary Partners-N-Crime.

Check it out, support Mista Meana’s new project and make sure to download it – it’s a FREE DOWNLOAD!

Here’s the link: http://www.datpiff.com/Mista-Meana-Who-Say-I-Cant-Rap-mixtape.320980.html

SMASH BRO CHEDDA: Get ready to meet him at the bank

Sunday, March 4th, 2012

“Everything I received in life came from hard work. Nothing is given these days. Creating a song is only one piece of the pie. Artists need to learn the recipe for the pie before they can eat.” – Chedda Mane a/k/a Smash Bro Chedda

Some rap artists live and breathe music. It’s in their blood and everything they do. Meet Chedda Mane of The Smash Brothers, hailing from New Orleans’ infamous 9th Ward. He also goes by the name, Smash Bro Chedda.

Chedda just dropped his first solo mixtape, “Meet Me At Da Bank” on February 21st and we hear it’s already garnering quite a few downloads – nothing less can be expected from an artist with a flow like Chedda. He lets loose a lyrical assault without missing a beat.

Working with legendary New Orleans based groups such as Partners N Crime and Black Menace, his talents are accentuated and brought to the forefront. Currently an artist off the HITZ International label, Chedda looks forward to his future in the music industry.

We recently caught up with Chedda and learned a lot more about him and what makes him tick:

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Tell us about yourself.

CHEDDA MANE: My name is Anthony Satcher Jr. I was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and grew up in the Press Park area. As a member of Smash Brothers, I work overtime in the streets recording, performing, promoting, shooting videos, making appearances, and hustling. I grew up listening to the music of the legendary rapper Fila Phil which is where he based his ground work. Growing up in the mean streets of New Orleans, me and my brothers overcame the struggles of hustling in the streets, going to jail, and losing close friends to the violence that comes with living the lifestyle we live. I always had the hidden talent to rap, but never had the ambition to move forward and push my music. After reaching the goal of seeing large amounts of cash, having all designer clothes and shoes, jewelry, and the best cars, I was tired of losing close friends to the streets and the police always on the lookout for the lifestyle I was chasing to acquire all the finer things in life. Although I continued his hustle throughout the years, it wasn’t until 2009-2010 that I realized that making music was what I wanted to do.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: You work with some true legends – Black Menace, Mr. Meana and Kango Slimm – how is being mentored by such true professionals and real lovers of their craft, worked to further your career?

CHEDDA MANE: Working with HITZ International has shown me the success you can create by dedication, hard work and most of all, teamwork. I have been exposed to many different aspects of the music industry. I am working with true legends. It’s an honor to have these opportunities. Beyond working with legends in the studio, we’re family. Meana is my big bro and J-Dawg – he’s like pops or the uncle who keep ya on ya shit. Kangol is just a human beatbox, hahahahha. I feel like I play for the Miami Heat.


THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What projects are you currently working on?

CHEDDA MANE: “Meet Me At Da Bank” is my first solo mixtape. The single from the project is titled, “Joe Gambino”. That project is being released in the first quarter of the year. I have some surprise remixes that are being released soon for the fans. I’m also working with Stackaman aka T-Stacks on a follow up from C.O.D. and I’m working on a deal for Smash Bros condoms and a high end clothing line.


THE HEAT MAGAZINE: It’s obvious that you’re a hard worker. How do you believe hard work and grind can benefit artists?

CHEDDA MANE: That’s with anything you do in life. Everything I received in life came from hard work. Nothing is given these days. Creating a song is only one piece of the pie. Artists need to learn the recipe for the pie before they can eat.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Do you think the New Orleans music scene is hard to come up in and if so, what do you do to overcome the obstacles and hardships?

CHEDDA MANE: The New Orleans scene can be a tough crowd, but good, quality music can overcome everything. I have a good team behind me and a lot counting on me, so I stay focused on my music. I attend functions all over the U.S. and apply different knowledge I acquire through my music career.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Where can we expect to see you in years to come?

CHEDDA MANE: Whatever God has planned for me, I am definitely prepared.  You can expect Smash Bros and HITZ International to be a household name, above all.

NEW ORLEANS ON THE RISE: NOUE releases new mixtape (VIDEO)

Saturday, February 25th, 2012

8th installment in the successful NOUE mixtape series

New Orleans Union Of Entertainment (NOUE) returns with their 8th installment in their epic mixtape series.

The Union is on fire as they continue to drop the best of New Orleans mixtapes.  New Orleans On The Rise features the following artists:
  • Calliope Var
  • Soulja Slim
  • Youngest 1’s
  • Devious
  • Cise HD
  • Ghetto Twiinz
  • Mista Meana
  • Juvenile
  • Da U Boys/Hickk Louch
  • Strait Jigg
  • Kidd Kidd
  • Partners N Crime
  • Jay Jones
  • Choice Rhymez
  • & many more artists
For more information, contact @NOUE1 and @deviousontwitt.
New Orleans Union Of Entertainment All Stars-New Orleans On The Rise


1. Streets Made Me-feat. Soulja Slim-Calliope Var
2.Ya Know-Youngest 1’s
3. Never Change-Partners-N-Crime
4. We Da Bizzness feat Ghetto Twiinz-Cise HD
5. Light You Up feat. Jay Da Menace-Jay Jones
6. Tha Truth-Da U Boys(Hickk Louch)
7. Black Shirt Mix-Devious
8. #AStepAhead ft. Kidd Kidd –Strait Jigg
9. Spend Dat Money feat. Marcialago & Juvenile-Mista Meana
10. She Knows-Youngest 1’s
11. Black Ass-Tweeday
12. Supernova-Choice Rhymez
13. Cologne feat. UTP Skip-Snare Bros.
14. I’m Back-G Quikk
15. Above The Water-L.A.W.
16. Bang Bang-Lo Kee
17. Closure-Dreezy
18. That Thang-Marcy
19. Pure Uncut feat. Veno-Shipe
20. This Way-Majesty Sozey
21. Feelin’ You-Redd & Poizon Ivy
DOWNLOAD “NEW ORLEANS ON THE RISE” HERE: http://www.mediafire.com/?u9ow5angkn47ry4