DFW’s Paid In Full Friday with Guest Jean Grae [ @Satori06 @HeadKrack ]

Emcee Battle in the DFW Area For Cash…


Special Edition of PAID In Full Fridays MC BATTLES hosted by HeadKrack.

Special Guest Jean Grae for Satori Ananda‘s birthday!   DJ Niro and DJ Tyrone Smiley on the ones and twos. Calling all BATTLE MC’s! Special performances by : Bobby Fisha, Ps The Rebels and Bodega Brovas
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Pinc Gator

For over a decade, Pinc Gator has been inspired and motivated by music…


For over a decade, Pinc Gator has been inspired and motivated by music.  The ladder has always been a major part of his life, due to his father’s musical capabilities and involvement.  At anytime of the day the Bishop was sure to have a record serenading throughout the house, whether Gospel or Blues.  That kind of explains why there is a soulful sound to Gators voice whenever he briefly caters to his singing ability.

Gator realized rap was one of his niches when he was always able to hold an audiences attention whenever in a freestyle cipher.  Pinc always wanted to flow, but  he never wanted to write his lyrics down.  His brother always reiterated “write your lyrics down” in Gator’s ear.  After a few years of being stubborn, Gator finally took his brothers advice.  Once writing became a part of his routine, his craft actually began to grow.  Although he began writing, many times throughout the years, Gator had tried to be naive to the fact that music, not just rap was his craft.  Family and close friends were always supportive, but it was the people he did not know that sort of solidified the potential factor.

Let it be music or just ordinary life, Gator has always had obstacles to deal with.  People’s procrastination has always been a hindering in part of Gators success.  Folks have a mind frame of tomorrow.  That tomorrow attitude has created a “Bitter Over Time” attitude for Pinc Gator.  Therefore he never gets too low or too high based on somebody’s words.  He just believes it when he sees it.

Gator has a unique raspy sound to his voice that makes him stand out when collaborating with anyone. He is not your ordinary down south representer.  Although, he is very aware and appreciative of the culture that Houston has created for itself.  He tends to focus on his personal experiences with women, deceit, childhood, etc.  Gator’s lyrical wordplay and distinctive metaphors will one day create a nice place for him in Hip Hop even though his genre can be viewed as extremely diverse at times.  He might be spotted in a public setting wearing his signature football helmet without a facemask, or one of his many turbines.  Electric and outlandish pretty much sums up his character. He is not out to harm anyone, he is just going to get what he feels is his.  Pinc keeps an humble mind frame in all his endeavors, knowing that nothing last forever.

Pinc Gator is a dedicated artist and is constantly striving to perfect his craft.  Success is part of believing and having faith, and that’s what facilitates his drive.  He is not your ordinary “rapper”, due to the fact he is an all out entertainer, and loves to capture an audience. No matter what country, city, or state you are in, keep your head on the swivel, Pinc Gator is probably near.

Bio c/o SellABand



Tracks produced by LexZyne Productions:

The Distance – (No Face Mask) (2012)

Bang It – (No Face Mask) (2012)

The Glory – (No Face Mask) (2012)

Fortune – (No Face Mask) (2012)

I’m Sorry – (No Face Mask) (2012)

Haiti Baby – (No Face Mask) (2012)

Get Away – (No Face Mask) (2012)

Plastic People – (No Face Mask) (2012)

Never Had – (No Face Mask) (2012)

I Need You – (No Face Mask) (2012)

Dawn Gun

Dawn Gun, AKA Dawn Maldonado, is a hard working, single mother originally from…


Dawn Gun, AKA Dawn Maldonado, is a hard working, single mother originally from Harlem N.Y.C, but has been a resident of Southern Cali since a teen. Constantly traveling back & forth, she’s had a bi-coastal up bringing that exposed her to the best of both worlds. Growing up, Dawn Gun was always surrounded with creative arts & music. At a very young age Dawn began to write poetry, which in time took the form of song lyrics. Dawn was very much influenced by classic hip hop, & credits it as her foundation & inspiration to become a rapper. Dawn actually began rhyming & recording under the moniker Mis.Led! & can be found on various projects credited as such. Her then stage name was very befitting as her youthful & innocent appearance often misled those who doubted her superior skills as an Emcee. She has since moved forward as Dawn Gun, as her style has evolved & matured quite a bit from her days as a fresh-faced MC to a gritty & well-versed self-proclaimed Str8 Shooter.

Creative expression has always been Dawn Gun’s passion, & is reflected in her music, which can be found on various soundtracks, mix tapes & compilations. In 2007, Dawn Gun, as Mis.Led!, released her debut mix tape, “Revenge of the Doorknockers” hosted by DJ JiJi Sweet; the title being a throwback to her hip hop roots, which can be downloaded at www.datpiff.com.

Today Dawn Gun is still pushing toward her dream & she is taking all the right steps. She has been in rotation on SwurvRadio.com, Music Choice TV & Sirius Satellite Radio. She performs live from coast to coast & has also traveled with the P.A.C.E. program, to various schools to promote academics through creative expression.

Dawn Gun now has an international digital downloading deal through XL Productions, of No Limit fame, & has dropped the official singles, “Hateful Girls”, “Everywhere”, “Untouchable” & “Typical”, which can be found via digital downloading stores (i.e. iTunes), internationally.

Dawn Gun also inked an album deal with indie label Get It Done Records & will be releasing her first full length LP in 2010.

She is also a member of the esteemed all female collective, The (Sis)Tem (of Project Blowed) & can be heard on their mixtape , “The (Sis)tem-Addict Takeover II”. Visit The (Sis)tem team at www.myspace.com/thesistemishot.

For booking, collaborations, song writing, info, etc., please contact DAWNGUN1@Gmail.Com.


Bio c/o DawnGun.com


Tracks produced by LexZyne Productions:

Body Bag – (La Pistola) (2013)

C-Rayz Walz

Waleed Shabazz, better known by his stage name C-Rayz Walz, is a rapper from The Bronx…


Waleed Shabazz, better known by his stage name C-Rayz Walz, is a rapper from The Bronx, New York. He is currently a member of the underground record label Definitive Jux and NY hip hop syndicate Stronghold. In addition to releasing four LPs and one EP, he has appeared on many other rappers’ records, including Aesop Rock and Immortal Technique, and has done work with such artists as Percee P and Messiah J & The Expert. Immortal Technique is reputed to be the only MC who can hold his ground against Walz in a freestyle battle.

On June 29, 2005, he appeared with Toki Wright on MTV’s Made series as “MADE Coaches” for a Jewish teenager named Nile Greenberg (son of Steven Greenberg) who wanted to be made into a rapper. This was the premiere episode of the second series and featured Ghostface Killah, Snoop Dogg and The Game. He also appeared on the 2005 compilation album Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture. On October 14 he was featured on the concept album Freestyle vs. Written with Israeli-American hip hop artist Kosha Dillz. C-Rayz Walz freestyled all of his verses for the album, while Kosha Dillz’s used written rhymes. He is also a member of the Wu-Tang affiliated group, Almighty, along with rappers Killah Priest, Bronze Nazareth, M-80, Son One and 5-Star.

Bio c/o Amazon.com


Tracks produced by LexZyne Productions:



950 Plus

950 Plus has always been more than numbers in Hip Hop. Collaborating together with a Bronx legend, and mentor, AG…


950+ (Plus) is the universal symbol for platinum, and the trademark stamp that this male hip hop group is represented by. 950 consist of two extraordinary minds from the streets of the South Bronx, New York. Young Duse is the youngest member of this hip hop duo. He is the source of energy and youth for 950. F Ezzy, is the heart and blood of this unit. He is the continuing driving force that maintains their focus. Together they form one body “950” – Man Up!

950 Plus has always been more than numbers in Hip Hop.  Collaborating together with a Bronx legend, and mentor, AG, the blend of fresh and classic comes alive with every track you here on the classic staple I Ova E album. “The overall formula was to showcase 950 and AG as one, to show the competition we do come together and the outcome will always be success,” explains F- Ezzy, one half of 950 Plus. All three hail from the birthing mecca of hip hop, the Bronx and all three bring you intelligence over emotion. As their intro track starts, the resemblance to the late great Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” is stamped and started. The scary and dark track matches the core of the hip hop lyrics they spit as the pianos keys blend with the banging beat. AG’s presence in this album is relevant and saluted as you feel his entrance onto a track. The legendary rappers mix of rhymes and influences is carried out between each line. If you pay close attention you can read there is much more knowledge he wants you to catch than meets the ear. You get the instant feel this album will be strong and victorious. “Till I retire” is a core seed. 950 spits rhymes with the hunger many rappers loose along their way. The struggles they know are what comes out of them vocally and as raw as they can be. They single handedly represent they are hip hop and don’t get confused for reggaeton rappers. The lady anthems are there. From “Iz U Down” to “S.I.N.G. for me,” the songs cause your hips to swing and give baby making tracks a run for their money. This is not another 950 album you heard in the past. The word play on tracks like “Ice Cold” is one which challenges your favorite southern rapper, but keeps the playfulness only Duse and F-Ezzy can voice. Meanwhile the Funk Master Flex rotated “Bronx Bound,” lets you hear AG’s seal of authenticity as you have to do nothing but pay your respects where is due. With Michael Jackson resemblances and samples all over the album, you can’t help but see that maybe they might have found more than just a formula. “We wanted to bridge the gap between fan bases and cross promote the talent to different markets,” states F-Ezzy. The bridge KRS- One told us all about, was across the Hudson to the Bronx, where it all started and where is still at.

Bio c/o Reverbnation


Tracks produced by LexZyne Productions:

Glow – (Project To Be Determined)  (2010)

Love & Berries – (Project To Be Determined)  (2011)

DJ Jav Presents: ORPHANS – Homeboy Sandman [New Music]

Hailing from the DC/MD/VA area, DIAMONDCUTTERZ’ DJ JAV…


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Hailing from the DC/MD/VA area, DIAMONDCUTTERZ’ DJ JAV holds down several club residencies, rocking crowds throughout the area on a weekly basis. Both a friend and astute fan of Homeboy Sandman’s music and movement, DJ JAV proudly & humbly took on the mission of shedding light to some little known, underexposed or simply slept on Boy Sand heat rocks.

Fresh out of the lab with exclusive remixes and an exclusive radio freestyle, the 80 minute long mix “Orphans” highlights 30 Homeboy Sandman gems exhibiting elite lyricism and wordplay combined with amazing production from the U.S. to London & Wales, brought to life by the likes of P.So, 2 Hungry Bros, Psycho Les, Jinesis and more. An Intro beat produced by Low Budget Crew’s Kaimbr and cover art by DC Native Aniekan Udofia make this project a definite must listen.

The A Side
1. Orphans Intro (produced by KAIMBR)
2. Shouts to Common (produced by Reality)
3. Bonkers (produced by P.So)
4. Sand Be The Broham (beat jacked from an Asher Roth joint)
5. Not Pop (Remix by Jinesis)
6. Same Number Same Hood (produced by 2 Kids From Pluto)
7. Increíble –The Boy Sand Remix (beat jacked from a Mickey Factz joint)
8. Beautiful Life (Dilla beat but jacked from Q-Tip)
9. Chimera Out Now (produced by Fred Ones)
10. Fully Equipped (produced by The Clubhouse)
11. Reloaded w/Javier Starks & Substantial (produced by Joe D.)
12. 72 Bars for Chosenberg (produced by 2 Hungry Bros)
13. New York Knights (produced by DFM)
14. A Weird Day (produced by Paul White)
15. The Carpenter (Cassettes Won’t Listen Remix)

The B Side
16. Halftime Radio Freestyle w/DJ Eclipse shout out DJ JAV
17. Can You Feel It? (produced by MisterDigital)
18. Rated Ours (produced by K.O. Beatz)
19. I Knew (beat completely jacked from 24 Carat Black)
20. Flute Killas (produced by Psycho Les of the Beatnuts)
21. Subject Matter Out Now (produced by Audio Games)
22. Holy Mackerel featuring Sene (produced by J57)
23. Maestro Madness (produced by Jinesis)
24. Look Out (Cassettes Won’t Listen Remix)
25. Fantastic (produced by Steve Austin)
26. Love Love 2 (produced by Nate G)
27. Canned Goods (Sir Preiss Remix)
28. Parallel Perpendicular (produced by 2 Hungry Bros)
29. First Of a Living Breed Out Now (produced by Paul White)
30. Sputnik (Remix by Krash)
31. Brown (produced by Jonti)
32. Orphans Outro


Leave a comment and let us know what you think.



DJ Jav And DJ Mim Presents: Venus VS Mars – Hip Hop Duets

VENUS vs. MARS – Hip Hop Duets features some of hip hop’s best…


Once upon a time in a land far, far away; DMV DJ’s JAV & MIM were enjoying fine lunchtime cuisine when they decided the “Hip Hop Game” was sorely missing those classic duets which dominated the airwaves in the 90′s and 2000 era. Both DJ’s took to the lab and whipped up a quick mix of classic hip hop duets. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, DJ Jav & DJ Mim present: VENUS vs. MARS – Hip Hop Duets.

VENUS vs. MARS – Hip Hop Duets features some of hip hop’s best duets including Erykah Badu feat. Common “Love of My Life”, Ghostface Killah feat. Mary J. Blige “All That I Got is You” and of course Method Man feat. Mary J. Blige “All I Need.”

Stream and download Venue vs. Mars – Hip Hop Duets below!

Source: IHeartDilla

Stand By – Krack Money (HeadKrack | Money Stax) [New Music]

Krack Money (HeadKrack & Money Stax) teamed up with…


Krack Money (HeadKrack & Money Stax) teamed up with LexZyne Productions to bring Standby.  Is this a peek at a possible new project?  It just might be.  You never know with these two true spitters, but it  would be a good look!


Song title: StandBy

Group name: KrackMoney

Artists names: Money Stax / Headkrack
Produced By: LexZyne Productions | LexZyne.com
Website: KrackMoney.com

Passion of Price – Sean Price

If you know me (Lex) then you know im a serious Duck Down fan…


If you know me (Lex) then you know im a serious Duck Down fan. The whole camp is sick. Peace to the brother General Steele for always talking back and giving us a look and going back to just listen to tracks and giving us good feedback.

That being said, I’ve been a serious Sean Price fan since the shot was aired and he left the starting line. I was recently asked who I would really want to get down with as far as beats go for LexZyne Productions and there’s really a hand full of people that are top of the list… this is in no particular order.. but General Steele, Sean Price, Ghostface, Random Axe, Blu (Below the Heavens, Blu), Gods’Illa, Mos Def, the whole Duck Down camp, and a few others.

Yo, P.. get at us. We’re ready!! Salute! http://www.LexZyne.com/beats

Ok, so we happened to find Passion Of Price on Youtube and wanted to share it with you. If you see any of the people on the list of names… let them know to hit us. We’re fans of the music and livers of the culture first.


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