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Music: Trey Songz & Bayje - Bidness Or Pleasure

Here is another unreleased song that Static wrote. Many of you have heard the interview Jimmy Sprinkles (shout out to him for checking the blog daily) and probably heard Static say that he was working with Trey Songz.

Well here is one of the two songs he did with Static. According to ASCAP, they also worked together on a song called "Pusha Man" and both of these songs are produced by LT Moe.

Hopefully we get to hear Statio's version in the future. As I'm listening to Bayje sing with her amazing vocals, I'm wondering how Static would have sounded doing those parts. I can imagine him busting into his falsetto and bringing the song to LIFE.

Music: Tamieka - Give It To You

Here is another track Static and Tamieka worked on together and it features production from Spark1One.

Many Smokey fans will recognize this beat as he used the beat on his song called "It's Urs".

Which version do you prefer? And big thanks to the talented Tamieka for sharing this track with us!

Music: E.T. Selfish ft. Aaliyah - Danc'n (CDQ)

As we showed you earlier, there were a bunch of songs on that Aaliyah CD that Neeze showed us, and one of them was called "Danc'n". Is this the same track?

You betcha it is.

This song by E.T. Selfish was produced by Keybeats and written by Digital Black.


Here is the song in CDQ. Thanks to ET for sending this joint!

And here is some background information about the song, straight from ET himself:
As far as the story behind recording Danc'in. When the family got back from Australia, everybody set up shop in LA to mix the Aaliyah album. We were in the studio one day (Digital Black, KeyBeats & Selfish). Black & E. Seats pulled up the track and told us to go to work on it. The song already had Aaliyah's vocals on it from when Digital Black wrote the song in Australia. So of course when KeyBeats & Black offered it to us, we wanted to kill it. We wanted everybody to here it and relate. We wanted to make you feel like you were in the club, on the dance floor…

Static to appear on R&B singer Jarvis' new album

ATLANTA, GA –As his business presence in the world of entertainment continues to expand, DJ Khaled is proud to announce the latest addition to his We The Best Music Group imprint. Khaled, who pulls double duty as president of Def Jam
South, has recruited Atlanta based singer Jarvis as the next star to emerge from the We The Best machine, and the label's first R&B act.

While Jarvis is a newcomer to Khaled's label and he will not be such a novelty to R&B fans. The 21-year-old, gifted with a voice rich and controlled beyond his years, was first introduced to the world six years ago with the release of his debut single "Radio." Released on So So Def in 2004, the single not only grabbed the attention of fans, it also put the industry on notice of what mogul Jermaine Dupri had noticed: R&B's next big star had been discovered. While music business
politics have delayed Jarvis's emergence into the public, he has used his journey, which also included a stint …

Static Major discography

Here is something that I started, but never really completed.

The vision and goal is to have Static's entire discography from released to unreleased to leaked material. For all of the hardcore Static fans out there, feel free to name some released songs that I have not put on the list (I know there are many). Remember, RELEASED.

Interview: Angi Maxx

Multi-talented singer/songwriter/ sound engineer Angi Maxx was kind enough to take time out to talk to about working with Static and about her musical career. Big shout-out to her!!
How did you get involved in music? Which artists have you worked with?
I got involved in music at an early age, I come from a legendary musical family. My grandfather was an orginal member of the " Fairfield Four". The first black gospel quartet to be on radio. My uncles were signed to Columbia records in the 70's and my aunts are singers and I was on the road with one Regina McCrary when she was touring with Bob Dylan I was only 14.. I think that is when I knew for sure that i wanted to pursue music as a career.

Do you write your own music?
I do write most of my own music however I love to collab. It always makes things more interesting to me.

You’re also a certified sound engineer. Why did you decide to educate yourself in this field? Does this influence or help you in any…

Album: Playa - Throwback Legendz

I'm sure a lot of you have already heard most, if not all, of the album.

Smokey has been selling it on his website and I've also been uploading the songs on Youtube. So instead of choosing one of those two options, we've decided to let everyone download this unreleased classic album for free.

And I bet a lot of you could probably care less because you've heard every song already right? Wrong. Check out the final version of "Hollywood" that was not included in Smokey's unreleased Playa compilation. So consider this an exclusive courtesy of

Big shout-out to Farid for hooking me up with this track and also the entire album in CDQ.