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Upcoming Interview: Stevie J (The Hitman)



I'm sure you guys already know who Stevie J is. He's produced hits for many artists and he's giving us an opportunity to interview him soon. What connection does he have with Static? Well they were all part of Da Bassment together, though it should be noted that Steve was technically Dalvin's artist. Nevertheless though, they spent time together and it'll definitely be cool to hear what he has to say about Static.

Let me know if you guys have questions.

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  1. ask him about his experiences producing for Playa, Sugah and the rest of Da Bassment

    also, when did he decide to leave the camp, and what was the transition like once he left

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  2. could you ask him where he was and how he felt when he heard the news that static had passed? and if he was in touch with static/playa after da bassment.

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  3. Being that Stevie was part of Bad Boy's "The Hitmen" please ask him if Puff ever tried to sign any of Da Bassment artists and if so did Puff show any interest in Static?? I really think that Puff learned a lot of game from DeVante and Jodeci and he emulated what Da Bassment was with his Bad Boy roster later on..

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  4. Stevie J representing Fluvanna,VA!

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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

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