State Property

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State Property

After establishing himself as a recording artist with Jay-Z and his Roc-a-Fella empire, Philadelphia rapper Beanie Sigel set out to start his own network with the group State Property. The world got it’s first taste of the group on the soundtrack to the 2001 film State Property that starred Sigel and Roc-a-Fella associates Jay-Z, Damon Dash, and Memphis Bleek. At the time of the film’s release, State Property included the relatively unknown MCs Rell, Freeway, Oschino, Omillio Sparks, and Young Gunz Neef and Chris Ries. The soundtrack included a breakout hit in the Sigel/Freeway collaboration “Roc the Mic” and resulted in a solo record for Freeway. After taking time to work on other projects, State Property reconvened in 2003, adding hot mic talent Peedi Crakk to the lineup for their second effort, State Property Presents the Chain Gang, Vol. 2.

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The Chain Gang Vol. 2

The Chain Gang Vol. 2 is the second album by rap group State Property. It was released in 2003. Young Gunz’ “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop” was later nominated for the 2003 Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group Grammy Award.[4] The album sold 296,000 units

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State Property (Original Soundtrack)

State Property is the soundtrack to the 2002 film, State Property, and the debut album by the rap group, State Property. The album was a success, making it to 14 on the Billboard 200, 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and 2 on the Top Soundtracks, and spawned one single “Roc the Mic”, which was…

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SINCE 1984: State Property Released, "The Chain Gang Vol. II" On Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam Recordings

On this day, August 12, 2003, State Property released, “The Chain Gang Vol. 2″ On Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam Recordings. #DefJam30

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