Author Topic: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)  (Read 4516 times)

donfathaimmortal

Re: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)
« Reply #15 on: February 27, 2013, 02:51:47 AM »
so was he one of Sneed's ghost writers too?

Yeah, they both wrote songs and made beats for Dre.

Sneed wrote lyrics for dre??


i like Sneed's lyrics regardless of who wrote them....too bad he didn't have more songs on MWTC

I think he did some lyrics. Not 100% sure though. Have you heard the original Sam Sneed album that was supposed to come out back in '95? It's dope as fuck.

Street Scolars leaks were really dope but in very low q.
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Mietek23

Re: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)
« Reply #16 on: February 27, 2013, 10:20:57 AM »
so was he one of Sneed's ghost writers too?

Yeah, they both wrote songs and made beats for Dre.

Sneed wrote lyrics for dre??


i like Sneed's lyrics regardless of who wrote them....too bad he didn't have more songs on MWTC

Flexx were a part of Sneed's "Street Scholars" team, that got split up to two camps when Dre left Death Row to start Aftermath. That's why you can hear some lyrics from songs that appeared on OG "Street Scholars" album on Flexx's later released material.
 

donfathaimmortal

Re: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)
« Reply #17 on: February 28, 2013, 01:19:23 AM »
so was he one of Sneed's ghost writers too?

Yeah, they both wrote songs and made beats for Dre.

Sneed wrote lyrics for dre??


i like Sneed's lyrics regardless of who wrote them....too bad he didn't have more songs on MWTC

Flexx were a part of Sneed's "Street Scholars" team, that got split up to two camps when Dre left Death Row to start Aftermath. That's why you can hear some lyrics from songs that appeared on OG "Street Scholars" album on Flexx's later released material.

Actually Sam Sneed left, Dr Dre left and only J.Flexx stay with Suge & Death Row. Sam Sneed stopped workin with Dre who started Aftermath music with musicians like Stu-B-Doo, Carl Butch Small... for a new team The Soul Kitchen with guyz The Glove Taylor and Bud'da. Sam Sneed didn't join J.Flexx or Dr Dre. He just stopped his works when Dre left Death Row.
The spot got shook, it was hell below | Is that Futureshock ?? | Hell, no, it's Death Row !
 

Hack Wilson - real

Re: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)
« Reply #18 on: February 28, 2013, 07:24:49 AM »
why didn't Dre take Sneed with him again?
 

Okka

Re: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)
« Reply #19 on: February 28, 2013, 08:55:42 AM »
why didn't Dre take Sneed with him again?

I thought Dre wanted Sneed to go with him, but Sneed didn't wanna fuck with music anymore or somethin' like that? After Pac and them stomped the shit out of him.
 

Mietek23

Re: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)
« Reply #20 on: February 28, 2013, 09:02:25 AM »
so was he one of Sneed's ghost writers too?

Yeah, they both wrote songs and made beats for Dre.

Sneed wrote lyrics for dre??


i like Sneed's lyrics regardless of who wrote them....too bad he didn't have more songs on MWTC

Flexx were a part of Sneed's "Street Scholars" team, that got split up to two camps when Dre left Death Row to start Aftermath. That's why you can hear some lyrics from songs that appeared on OG "Street Scholars" album on Flexx's later released material.

Actually Sam Sneed left, Dr Dre left and only J.Flexx stay with Suge & Death Row. Sam Sneed stopped workin with Dre who started Aftermath music with musicians like Stu-B-Doo, Carl Butch Small... for a new team The Soul Kitchen with guyz The Glove Taylor and Bud'da. Sam Sneed didn't join J.Flexx or Dr Dre. He just stopped his works when Dre left Death Row.

I didn't said Sam didn't leave. I'd said J. Flexx was the main ghostwriter on that part of DR in 95 - he was writting for both Dre and Sneed. That's why you hear Sneed's lyrics in Flexx's later work on and off Death Row.
 

donfathaimmortal

Re: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)
« Reply #21 on: February 28, 2013, 11:24:59 AM »
J.Flexx - Billboard Dreams

01. Intro
02. Get Mine And Go
(produced by : J.Flexx)
03. Sexy U Are
(produced by : Prolific)
04. Do My Thang
(produced by : Sean Barney Thomas)
05. Billboard Dreams
(produced by : Sean Barney Thomas)
06. Into The Wild
(produced by : Prolific)
07. Man With A Plan
(produced by : J.Flexx)
08. Trues And Vogues
(produced by : J.Flexx)
09. Cards On The Table
(produced by : Sean Barney Thomas)
10. Somebody Out There
(produced by : Kevin Huntley & Prolific)

DOWNLOAD HERE


For information : "Billboard Dreams" and "Man With A Plan" are tracks previously recorded for Death Row Records debut and unreleased album "Billboard Dreams (aka Stayin Alive)"
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Giesuz

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Re: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)
« Reply #22 on: February 28, 2013, 01:55:52 PM »

more info on j-flexx's death row files  8)

Billboard Dreams 2001
Have Fun, Man With A Plan, Ghetto Hero, Starship, Chance 2 Come, Short Wick, Been Around Da World, Break Em Off, Free em all, Day In Day Out

Billboard Dreams 2001
Have Fun, Man With A Plan, Ghetto Hero, Starship, Chance 2 Come, Short Wick, Been Around Da World,  Free em all, Day In Day Out, Eye of the Tiger

J Flexx Work Tape
Been Around Da World, Billboard Dreamz, Controversy, Peace Song, Let U Down EZ, Stayin Alive, Starship, Who Been There, Short Wick, Man With A Plan, Man With A Plan instrumental

J Flexx Master Mixes Original Master
Let U Down EZ 10/12/96: Master, TV Track, Instrumental - Been There Done That 10/13/96: TV Mix, Instrumental
 

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Re: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)
« Reply #23 on: February 28, 2013, 02:06:29 PM »
For the J Flexx fans, here is some more recent stuff he did

J.Flexx & SunConxious "LA"
J. Flexx & Sunconxious "High Night" 

California Rhyme School/WeSerious.com #9: J-Flexx
J-Flexx Blog (Sampling a Slave):
 

Mietek23

Re: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)
« Reply #24 on: March 01, 2013, 09:09:14 AM »
^^^Propz for this :)

"LA" is dope 8)

Is it me or they sampled Biggie's "Sky's The Limit" on this one ???
 

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Re: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)
« Reply #25 on: March 23, 2013, 03:59:21 AM »
The Breaks from the FTP bootleg is in fact called Break Em Off  ;)
 

teletomble

Re: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)
« Reply #26 on: July 28, 2015, 07:03:59 AM »
J.Flexx - Billboard Dreams

01. Intro
02. Get Mine And Go
(produced by : J.Flexx)
03. Sexy U Are
(produced by : Prolific)
04. Do My Thang
(produced by : Sean Barney Thomas)
05. Billboard Dreams
(produced by : Sean Barney Thomas)
06. Into The Wild
(produced by : Prolific)
07. Man With A Plan
(produced by : J.Flexx)
08. Trues And Vogues
(produced by : J.Flexx)
09. Cards On The Table
(produced by : Sean Barney Thomas)
10. Somebody Out There
(produced by : Kevin Huntley & Prolific)

DOWNLOAD HERE


For information : "Billboard Dreams" and "Man With A Plan" are tracks previously recorded for Death Row Records debut and unreleased album "Billboard Dreams (aka Stayin Alive)"

Could U Re-Up This, Please.
 

donfathaimmortal

Re: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)
« Reply #27 on: March 28, 2017, 09:12:45 AM »


01. Intro
02. Get Mine And Go
(produced by : J.Flexx)
03. Sexy U Are
(produced by : Prolific)
04. Do My Thang
(produced by : Sean Barney Thomas)
05. Billboard Dreams
(produced by : Sean Barney Thomas)
06. Into The Wild
(produced by : Prolific)
07. Man With A Plan
(produced by : J.Flexx)
08. Trues And Vogues
(produced by : J.Flexx)
09. Cards On The Table
(produced by : Sean Barney Thomas)
10. Somebody Out There
(produced by : Kevin Huntley & Prolific)

RE-UP > http://www69.zippyshare.com/v/EX8nKxVQ/file.html
The spot got shook, it was hell below | Is that Futureshock ?? | Hell, no, it's Death Row !
 

teletomble

Re: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)
« Reply #28 on: March 28, 2017, 10:33:36 AM »
Thank You!
 

Okka

Re: J.Flexx ‎ Billboard Dreams (2007)
« Reply #29 on: March 28, 2017, 11:11:10 AM »
Thank You!

Yeah, thanks for the hookup. I got some mixtape that J. Flexx released in 2007 too.