Mick Boogie x Big Boi x Rick Ross – Southernplayalisticmaybachmusic (Tracklist)

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Miss Info got word on Mick Boogie’s Southernplayalisticmaybachmusic mash-up mixtape that drops tomorrow.

As you can probably tell from the title, it’ll have Big Boi on Ross songs like “Super High” and Ross on Big Boi classics like “Player’s Ball” and newer tracks too like “Shine Blockers”.

The inspiration for the project most likely came from Rozay’s mention on the “Window Seat” remix.

Southernplayalisticmaybachmusic Tracklist:

1. Mick Boogie – Intro
2. Big Boi ft. Rick Ross – Return Of The G
3. Rick Ross ft. Big Boi – Super High
4. Big Boi ft. Rick Ross – Player’s Ball
5. Rick Ross ft. Big Boi – Get Away
6. Big Boi ft. Rick Ross – Ghetto Musick
7. Rick Ross ft. Big Boi – Rich Off Cocaine
8. Big Boi ft. Rick Ross – Shutterbugg
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9. Big Boi ft. Rick Ross – Atliens
10. Rick Ross ft. Big Boi – Blow
11. Big Boi ft. Rick Ross – Shine Blockas
12. Rick Ross ft. Big Boi – Magnificent


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81 Responses to “Mick Boogie x Big Boi x Rick Ross – Southernplayalisticmaybachmusic (Tracklist)”

  1. heroin headliner Says:

    I’m a photographers dream…..

    Count cream as my dick swing…..

    Mac 11 fudda things that the day bring…..

    TrillAAAAA

  2. Brooklyn Strong Says:

    AmpGeez aka Your Mother’s “Friend” Says:

    June 22nd, 2010 at 7:39 pm
    SMH @ Mask wearers

    I see y’all
    ================================
    No You Don’t. Dellusional Nahgga

  3. why? Says:

    SMH @ Mask wearers

    ^
    But DOOM is the shit..

  4. hl Says:

    Spitta and ski make good shit. BTW I became a fan with the pilot talk shit.

    ^I ain’t heard the album, but I plan on picking it up. Dude been releasing some good music as of late. Anybody kown when the album’s coming out?

  5. Vincent Van Dro Says:

    Kanye and Jay both got shitted on as young artists, that breeds winners.

    If Cole has skill he’ll be bigger than Drake eventually, if not he’s out already (pause pause pause)

  6. AmpGeez aka Your Mother's "Friend" Says:

    Port Of Miami was dope.

    You guys are all bandwagon riders.

  7. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    macca…

    i got you in there, same fashion. holla. i’ll take that bar round this time too. word.

  8. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    I guess if you want to succeed on a rapper’s vanity label you’d better be very proactive and already be finding your own fan base. Because your boss has to look out for his own career as well, even if t’s at the expense of yours.

    Kanye, Drake, B.o.B, Kid Cudi, all dudes who made sure to figure these things out without much help…they hit big.

    Beanie Sigel and Young Buck on the other hand. A really great rapper and a pretty nice rapper respectively, but both fucked things up by not working to do shit on their own.

  9. mcb Says:

    # hl Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 7:49 pm

    Spitta and ski make good shit. BTW I became a fan with the pilot talk shit.

    ^I ain’t heard the album, but I plan on picking it up. Dude been releasing some good music as of late. Anybody kown when the album’s coming out?

    ^^^
    July 13th
    check out the preview from complex, i did just to see.

  10. Hopp Says:

    @Michael : That’s why I still think J. Cole can succeed. Not with massive numbers, but the necessary to stay in the bizness.

  11. Brooklyn Strong Says:

    Bumbaclod dem catch Dudus by Kingston

  12. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Kanye, Drake, B.o.B, Kid Cudi, all dudes who made sure to figure these things out without much help…they hit big.

    ^

    yep.

    cole and hov got estranged issues yo. fa realz.

  13. Vincent Van Dro Says:

    Port of Miami was the only Ricky album I listened to, supporting captors ain’t my lane, fuck a stockholm syndrome. (no shots Heroin, do you)

  14. Hopp Says:

    ” check out the preview from complex, i did just to see. ”

    I can’t check it right now [and even if I could, Complex pages management is fuckery as its best], so I’d appreciate if you could confirm Ski produced 100% of the album.

  15. verses Says:

    SMH at ma fukkas and their “knowledge” on the music business and artist and label politricks.

    Carry on nonetheless.

    *still waits patiently for 24hr karate school*

  16. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    I’d appreciate if you could confirm Ski produced 100% of the album.

    ^

    60-65. still, very good for spitta.

  17. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Port Of Miami was dope.
    ^
    Word to White House, Cross That Line, Street Life, I’m a G, It Ain’t a Problem, Its My Time…etc.

  18. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    # Hopp Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 7:53 pm

    @Michael : That’s why I still think J. Cole can succeed. Not with massive numbers, but the necessary to stay in the bizness.
    ——————————–

    I hope so.

    lol Kanye’s CEO of Roc Nation, he should hook Cole up with some soul-sampled beats like he used to do. Those must be easy for him now…

  19. JihaD Says:

    *daps Verses*

    @ Kev,

    I had a pretty lengthy answer for you, backed up by facts and whatnot, but apparently Ashmi’s shitty website decided it didn’t deserve to be posted. To answer your question about which label had the best run:

    1. No Limit
    2. Roc-A-Fella
    3. Cash Money (past and current)

    Percy was able to get platinum plaques outta himself, Corey, and Silkk (while crossing that nigga over, word to that Mya shit), Mystikal, etc, while getting gold ones outta such luminaries as Mr. Serv-On, Romeo, Fiend, Soulja Slim, Young Bleed, etc. Plus, Percy gotta get his credit for putting together the model for that MCEO shit, plus diverisfying his portfolio with the movies/soundtracks/shoes/clothing/toys/etc. Plus, give Percy credit for somehow being able to release EVERY artist’s project he ever signed… Ask O & Sparks, Da Rahnjaz, Diamonds in Da Ruff, Peedi Crakk, or such Cash Money artists as Lac & Stone, Mikkey Halsted, TQ, Strings, etc.

    JihaD

  20. AmpGeez aka Your Mother's "Friend" Says:

    Why sign an artist and offer little to zero support?

    Hustling backwards.

    Look at Fif. He put enough into Banks & Yayo (Buck too) that he can put energy into getting them hot so when he cools he can ride their wave back to hotness….if that makes any sense at all.

    Sippin Pinot Grigot, so pardon my caveman logic.

    What up Kev!

  21. mcb Says:

    # kevfrescura de talco Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 7:50 pm

    macca…

    i got you in there, same fashion. holla. i’ll take that bar round this time too. word.
    ^^^
    Definitely man, shit since i owe you 1 already, you might get 2.
    Good looks, for real, much appreciated. I’ll bring my shitty video camera too to see if i can get some dec footage of your dudes performing, nh.

    i gotta upload the last one still…

    alright, back to the books, gettin pass this shit, get paid, etc…

    *studies, dreaming of success*

  22. casket face Says:

    smh niggas remix a remix of remix that’s been remixed….hip-hop is like a fish on his last few gasps for air.

  23. Hopp Says:

    Thanks, Kev.

  24. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    verses Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 7:57 pm

    SMH at ma fukkas and their “knowledge” on the music business and artist and label politricks.

    Carry on nonetheless.
    ———————————

    Not entirely sure where you gathered this from, or what kind of point you’re trying to make…

  25. AmpGeez aka Your Mother's "Friend" Says:

    Hip-Hop is fine.

    Don’t drink the Kool Aid.

  26. why? Says:

    Cole is ok but his fanbase is weak and don’t seem to be a lot of ppl saying that dude really got next. I think dude should get with dudes like mos, spitta, JE, stalley nd the dudes they collab with. Seems like the crowd he belongs in.

  27. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Best Labels? off the top of my head:

    -Def Jam: Obvious
    -Roc-A-Fella: not as big as people say it was, but very influential, and had one of the best collections of production and rapping talent
    -Cash Money: Two different era’s in music, Cash Money has been big. As a label it barely resembles it’s old incarnation at all. That’s impressive. Most labels don’t last after a shift in hip hop styles. This one got bigger.
    -Aftermath: Also got big in different period of hip hop. 99-06 it had one of the best runs in hip hop.

    This is based on popularity and music, if we went just music the whole thing get’s way too subjective.

  28. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    AmpGeez aka Your Mother’s “Friend” Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 7:58 pm

    Why sign an artist and offer little to zero support?

    Hustling backwards.

    Look at Fif. He put enough into Banks & Yayo (Buck too) that he can put energy into getting them hot so when he cools he can ride their wave back to hotness….if that makes any sense at all.
    ————————————–

    I see what you’re saying, but a big part of 50’s self marketing was beefing with other dudes. So the options of collaborating with guys outside of the Aftermath Stable wasn’t really there for him even if he wanted to.

    As for building up stars to ride off when you cool, whether he tried or not Jay had more success with that than 50. Kanye is singlehandedly maintaining his artistic credibility while he make cheesy hits that get surprisingly popular.

  29. bobbo Says:

    I would like a non-rick-ross version of this please.

  30. St Nick Says:

    I would like a non-rick-ross version of this please.

    ^^
    cosign. This is a damn sin to put officer ricky on classic outkast.. I would be happy to hear big boi over his beats though.

  31. Nah Right » Mick Boogie, Big Boi & Rick Ross Present SouthernPlayalisticMaybachMusic (Mixtape) Says:

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