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"FAM-CON Keeps Working the Magic"

Okay let me do a run down of what I think and feel. Aight If I had to rely on the first track "The D is on top" alone. I would had thought the other tracks would've been the same production wise. The beat was okay alright fo the main stream market and passable fo the local market. However, I know that my opinions wouldn't be confirmed by just listening to one track. So I listen on to the others "Who U down 4" is nice. Headnodder beat and the rapper on their is straight I like that joint. The single "(U got it) Hot in Here" it's a pleaser. "Home 2nite" like it, the guitar licks in the song is very reminesent of the guitar licks in TLC "No Scrubs". Home 2nite is straight in my book. "Fam-Con Party" is good got that party vibe. Like one of them back yard party scenes. It's good but one thing though If ya had connection with the big wigs. Latoiya Williams the female vocalist with Snoop Dogg. That got that single off the All-Star Vol. 1 album "Fallen Star". Now If she was singing the hook on "Fam-Con Party" it would've been off the chain. Nothing wrong with ole' dude vocals he doing the damn thang. But that hook to me any way seems more suited fo a female. Especially a female with that old school flava like Latoiya Williams. "The D is on top" is alright but "Who U down 4", "(U got it) Hot in Here", "Home 2nite", and "Fam-Con party" are better. Which I think "Who U down 4" and probably "(U got it) Hot in Here" going to be ya stand out singles. Aight Big Blu ya got the craft now keep working the magic. Aight I holla. - YueJay - RNation


"My City" - coming 2004
"The Way Playaz Play" - coming 2004
"4 the Love of Money" - coming 2004
"The 'D' is on Top" - unreleased 2003
"1-Way" - unreleased 2003
"24 Spinnin'" - unreleased 2003


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FAM-CON Entertainment has an impressive list of artists from the genres of R&B, Hip Hop and Jazz.

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A native son of Southern Pines, North Carolina, Big Day-Day also has roots in the Motor City (Detroit). This dichotomy lends an original flavor to Day-Day's performances and always keep the crowds hyped.


Dolla’ is a Detroit-bred rapper and storyteller with a unique turn of phrase. He has captivated crowds with his smooth flow at various clubs and campus radio stations in cities from Denver to Atlanta.


Gabbie's own innovative style and her trademark brand of Southern funk make each of her tracks winners with both old school and new school audiences.


Singer “Jarvis” is a featured vocalist; he delivers hooks in a soulful style reminiscent of balladeers of the Motown era. Originally from Cordele, GA, this balladeer and percussionist has been a member of several groups and has had long-running lead and background succes with the Uptown Band. He performs in various night clubs in and around metro Atlanta.


The PuppetMaster is a rapper, dancer and drummer extraordinaire. He was a featured drummer in the 2002 hit film, "Drumline" and danced in the OutKast video for the single “Bombs over Baghdad”.
He has performed on various FAM-CON tracks including "War Time" and "24 Spinning".