|Live My Life||Fuego|| |
|See Me Coming (feat. Poodie the Byz, Bonnie V & Reb Skylarker)||One Flew Over|| |
|All In||All In|| |
|We the People||Fuego|| |
|Invincible||One Flew Over|| |
|Finally||One Flew Over|| |
|Time Is Mine||One Flew Over|| |
|Dance of the Phoenix||Fuego|| |
As a child he unknowingly began his life of music. Raised in a house hold of two parents (Timothy &Joyclen Gary) and two siblings (Raquel & Tiffany Gary), he was introduced to hip-hop. While becoming attached to artists such as Tupac and The Gospel Gangstaz, his intrests became basketball. But in his early 20s, The Lord Jesus changed his heart and shifted his focus back to music in 2011 and hasn't looked back since.
He was featured on Jay-Z's debut, Reasonable Doubt, on the DJ Premier-produced "Bring it On", on In My Lifetime, Vol. 1, on the track "Face Off", and on Jay-Z's third album, Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life, on the track "Reservoir Dogs" with The LOX and Beanie Sigel.
Gaither is credited as a co-writer for Puff Daddy's single "I'll Be Missing You".
He released his debut album, Middle Finger U, on Priority Records in 2000. The album featured two guest spots: one from Jay-Z and Puff Daddy; it also includes one track produced by DJ Premier. He released one single from this album, "For My Hustlaz". In 2004, he was featured on the single "Easy" from New Zealand DJ/producer P-Money's album Magic City. In 2006, he appeared at Jay-Z's 'I Declare War' concert to perform "Reservoir Dogs".
Sauce Money released a 2008 single entitled "Listen 2 Me", sampling the Oompa-Loompas from the 1971 film Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.
As an entrepreneur and investor, Jay Z co-owns the 40/40 Club, and is the co-creator of the clothing line Rocawear. He is the former president of Def Jam Recordings, co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records, and the founder of Roc Nation. He also founded the sports agency Roc Nation Sports and is a certified NBA and MLB sports agent.
His musical career began in 1991 when he was featured on Main Source's track "Live at the Barbeque". His debut album Illmatic, released in 1994, received universal acclaim from both critics and the hip hop community. It is frequently ranked as one of the greatest hip hop albums of all time. He did Illmatic's "N.Y. State of Mind" in one take.
His follow-up album It Was Written debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Charts, stayed on top for four consecutive weeks, went platinum twice in only two months, and made Nas internationally known.
Irv was born in New York and is of African American and Dominican descent. A producer and music executive, he co-founded The Inc. with his brother Chris. The Inc. was originally Murder, Inc., but after legal troubles in 2003, the company was renamed in 2005. He has produced songs for such artists as Jay-Z, Ja Rule, and Vanessa Carlton. He produced Jay-Z's "Can I Get A...", Ja Rule's "Holla Holla" and DMX's "What's My Name?". Gotti co-produced Vanessa Carlton's third album, Heroes and Thieves, with Channel 7, Rick Rubin and Stephan Jenkins, which was released October 9, 2007. In an interview with Angie Martinez in early May 2009, Gotti stated that his label, The Inc., was leaving Universal Records. He has an estimated net worth of $15 million.