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G.No Interview with Lingerie of Pretty Ricky

I just found this interview that G.No conducted with Pretty Ricky's new leadsinger Lingerie. Since it touched on the subject of Static I thought I'd post it here. Enjoy!


  1. if ya'll look on youtube, for the song Real Chik, from Lingerie's group Crave, they did the video for that with the Pittsburgh Steelers, it was like an answer record to Destiny's Child - Soldier, one of the bigger hits from their album ... they did a lot of performances in the regional area, including Ohio and other surrounding areas & they got to open up for Pretty Ricky a few times, & I remember when both groups did the last Summer Jam in the city before the urban station got sold, Pretty Ricky came on stage and announced that they had signed Crave ... the first lead singer to replace Pleasure was also from Pittsburgh & the Mean Street camp, that was Ambition aka 4Play, he did the unreleased 3rd Pretty Ricky album 80's Babies, & he's been doing some work with the Corna Boyz lately


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Music: Static Suppertime Mixtape Vol. 1 (2004) DOWNLOAD LINK

1. Stay Laced (Featuring Lil Flip) (4:14)
2. The Hood (Featuring Lil Flip) (3:41)
3. Rida (Featuring Lil Flip & Cassidy) (2:45)
4. She Say (Featuring Playa) (3:58)
5. Rollin (3:49)
6. Hard Tymez (Featuring Lil Flip) (2:40)
7. Weekend (Featuring Playa) (3:50)
8. Tipsy (3:23)

I've heard back in 2005 somebody talk about that "Suppertime Mixtape", but i found it in 2008, & unfortunaly, the mixtape was just available in mp3 format.
Released with no real promotion (but Louisville resident as i know, had this mixtape for a while), i guess lot of us didn't know about it until lately.
This is for the hood lovers, got Lil Flip on it, Young Sears productions, it's OG Music here! We also got Playa songs on it.
I guess Static wanted to give us just a taste of what Suppertime could be, the "Vol. 1" meaned it had to has other volume coming, but for this one like i said, it's OG Music except the last track...

Edit: You can listen & buy the mixtape here

UPDATE: So we…