Tuesday, January 23, 2018

[Single] Hundo Sitchy - I Just (@DJLouiev World Premiere) | @1HundoSitchy

Upcoming artist Hundo Sitchy teams up with DJ Louie V to deliver his new single "I Just" off his most recent project "Mr. Tuner" straight into the streets! Special beat production by super producer RicoSupaRich. Co-signed by MTMDJs & Stack Or Starve DJs. Be sure to keep up with Hundo's new music: @1HundoSitchy (All Social Media) another Chicago star on the rise!
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Tuesday, December 19, 2017

[Mixtape] @TWhalez_BBB - BBB United (Back To Life) Hosted by @DJLouieV & @StackOrStarvDjs

Upcoming Chicago artist by the name T-Whalez collaborates with his partners BBB UNITED (DJ Kay &  K-Dogg) to release his first mixtape dubbed "Back To Life" hosted & mixed by CertifiedMixtapez.com's own DJ Louie V of MTMDJs / Stack Or Starve Djs.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

DJ Louie V Announces The Launch of N.A.L.B (No Artist Left Behind) | SUBMIT

After visiting multiple cities back to back working and observing their music scenery, Chicago's own DJ Louie V of CertifiedMixtapez.com  decided to do something that can really help have an impact on underground / upcoming artists music career.  On Tuesday, December 6 , 2016:  DJ Louie V aka LV (Founder of MTMDjs / ValleyTV) launches a world-wide movement to help independent artists who lack the promotions needed to get their music heard. N.A.L.B abbreviation for No Artist Left Behind, a movement set in to place to help artists everywhere who lack the connections & finances that it takes to invest in their music to get it distributed the correct way. In today's market it can cost up to $1000 to get a song promoted and placed in the right hands, and DJ Louie V is a person who endured many struggles and can relate to the up and coming who's strongly striving for success. A strong start with over 10 sponsors already!
"I dont want to see nobody else struggling, and ill do everything in my power to take our music scenery to the next level" - DJ Louie V

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  • Name, Stage Name, Mixtape Title or Song Title (Include features & Producer), E-mail, Contact number (ex. 555-555), Social Networks (Ex. @Twitter , Instagram,Facebook, Ect..)
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Thursday, June 25, 2015

Feds: West Side drug dealer had customers lined up around the corner (Chicago News)

FOX 32 News Chicago Report via CHICAGO (Sun-Times Media Wire) - 

James Triplett had his customers lined up around the corner in broad daylight, the feds say. Not for concert tickets. Not for iPhones. For heroin.
Now 42 people are facing state or federal drug charges for their alleged roles in supplying and distributing heroin around West Grenshaw and Independence in the North Lawndale neighborhood on the West Side, the Chicago ValleyTV is reporting.
Among them is the 33-year-old Triplett, also known as “Trell,” who authorities said controlled the drug market in the area.
Investigators even included a photo in a federal criminal complaint spanning more than 200 pages. They said the photo depicts a line of people waiting on June 16 to get their hands on heroin supplied by Triplett's organization in the 3700 block of West Grenshaw.
The photo was taken just south of the Eisenhower Expressway, which has come to be known as “Heroin Highway.”
The feds said Triplett's suppliers sometimes put the heroin in bags with logos that included green Playboy bunnies, Hershey kisses, basketballs, Batman, black pandas or “purple ladies.”
"Early this morning, they woke me up," said North Lawndale resident Precious Archer.
Archer said around 7 o'clock, four agents were knocking on her door near the 3700 block of West Grenshaw, which is ground zero of the alleged drug ring.
"They had pictures of people, basically asking did we see this person," she said.
Authorities say the heroin was diluted to increase profits.
"This is one of those locations that we always talk about, a drive up location on the West Side where people come in from the suburbs to buy narcotics and return," Supt. Garry McCarthy said.
The DEA said the drug was obtained from Mexico. Its sale generated nearly a quarter of a million dollars every month.
"This multi-agency investigation...represents a significant hammer-blow to the open-air drug markets operating in North Lawndale and Douglas Park," McCarthy said.
DEA Special Agent-in-Charge Dennis Wichern, who worked on the case, said: "Every day, one person in Chicago dies from a heroin overdose."
Chicago police and Drug Enforcement Administration agents assigned to the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Force led the investigation. Sixteen people face federal charges. They include Triplett, who is charged with drug conspiracy and faces a minimum of 10 years in prison if convicted. Another 26 face state charges.
Authorities said they arrested 32 people in all Wednesday morning, confiscating 12 guns, $50,000 in cash, nearly half a kilogram of heroin and more than a half a kilogram of cocaine. They also searched several homes, three alleged stash houses and seized two cars, including a 2014 Maserati GranTurismo.
The federal defendants, all of who were in custody Wednesday, began appearing in the afternoon before U.S. Magistrate Judge Maria Valdez.

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Morgan Mimosa - Birthday Song

Tony Baines Productions & Stack Or Starve Approved
Presents : "Birthday Song" - The new single from Morgan Mimosa!
Follow @MorganMimosa On Twitter, Instagram & Facebook!