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"Starting to chart in Carolinas"


- Arnold Taylor Record Pool

"Charting in Ohio"

CD & MP3 Chart List 8-20-07:

TC 1.
LC 2.
Amir Sulaiman & Mos Def - When I Die - Uprising

TC 2.
LC 4.
Collie Buddz - Blind 2 U - Columbia

TC 3.
LC 6.
Thorowbredz - Gangsta Lean - Hands On

TC 4.
LC 8.
Rico Pabo & Dead Prez - Lay Em Down - Hard Knock

TC 5.
LC 9.
Big Meg Black - Proud To Be Black Yall Remix - Megaworld Ent.

TC 6.
LC 10.
Ray Lavender - My Girl Gotta Girlfriend - Konvict - Universal

TC 7.
LC 11.
Lord Of The Underground - Love Hip Hop / The Clinic - Lord Gang Media

TC 8.
LC 12.
Dj Taz, Easy B & Legion Of Doom - Cut To Nite - Bigg Taz Productions - Ruby Dymon Ent.

TC 9.
LC 13.
Keith Murray & Tyrese - Nobody Do It Better - Def Squad

TC 10.
LC 14.
Hogtyed Boyz - She Gets Down - Fharro Ent.

TC 11.
LC 15.
Guru & Common - State Of Clarity - 7 Grand

TC 12.
LC 16.
Common & Dwelve - The People / The Game - Geffen

TC 13.
LC 17.
Big Shug & DJ Premier - Play It - Gangstarr - Babygrande

TC 14.
LC 18.
Posion Pen - Stoopid - Fontana - Universal

TC 15.
LC 19.
A.Pinks & L Boogie - Get What I Want - Deadarm

TC 16.
LC 20.
Buff1 - Big Thangs - Aside World Ent.

TC 17.
LC 21.
Natasha - Hey, Hey, Hey - Unknown

TC 18.
LC 22.
K-Lethal - Lethal - Amathus Urban

TC 19.
LC 23.
Rosco, Akon & Jadakiss - You Feel Me - Wideworld Ent.

TC 20.
LC 24.
Antwaun Stanley - Reason - Bajada - Lightyear

TC 21.
LC 27.
Vi & GLC - Hurta - Mathaus Ent.

TC 22.
LC 28.
Scrypt - On And On - Script Music

TC 23.
LC 29.
JoJo Pellegrino - Mombo - Unknown

TC 24.
LC 30.
Stephen Marley, Damian Marley & Buju Banton - Traffic Jam - Stephen Marley Music

TC 25.
LC 31.
Hollywood Nicky - Time To Get Paid / Bad Guy / Rapper - Rocc Solid Ent.

TC 26.
LC 32.
Kenny P - Work It Out - A1 Ent. - Lightyear

TC 27.
LC 33.
Pryde Messiah - My Wordz - Family Tree - Koch

TC 28.
LC 34.
Walt Chris - Cant Wait - AVH Ent.

TC 29.
LC 35.
Hitmaker, G-Real, Cincere, Mic Rip, Lushy Banton & Wyclef - Oh No - De'Jaret Ent.

TC 30.
LC 36.
The Gift - Double Dutch - Kenyon Ent.

TC 31.
LC 37.
Mr. Wood - Sex Me - Outlandish Ent.

TC 32.
LC 38.
K-Riley & Taye Waye - Cut Sumthin - Aristokrat

TC 33.
LC 39.
Deep Rooted - Celebrate - Genre

TC 34.
LC 40.
Dude N Nem - Watch My Feet - Tape Masters - TVT

TC 35.
LC 41.
Team Embassador - Island Girl / Don't Tell - EMB - Lightyear

TC 36.
LC 42.
Slo - This Is Why I Live - No Bull Ent.

TC 37.
LC 43.
Public Enemy - Harder Than You Think - Slamjamz

TC 38.
LC 44.
Kedash - Too Broke - Ski Hi

TC 39.
LC 45.
Metafore - Nah Mean - Luckybug Ent.

TC 40.
LC 46.
Kelly Rowland - Come Back - Columbia

TC 41.
LC 47.
Ghetto Brown - I Got It - Unexplained Music

TC 42.
LC 48.
Question & Bun B - Ridin So Slow Remix - Cinematic

TC 43.
LC 49.
Dashah - Thought Yall Knew - Top Shelf Ent.

TC 44.
LC 50.
Rick Rok & Screechy Dan - Love Machine - VP

TC 45.
LC --.
O-Solo - Remind Me - TVT

TC 46.
LC --.
Shyheim & Mya - Love Letters / Rich Dad Poor Dad - Brock Brothers

TC 47.
LC --.
Acafool - Shes Bad - Top Shelf Night Life

TC 48.
LC --.
UTP & Lil Wayne - Do Watcha Wanna Do - Rap-A-Lot

TC 49.
LC 3.
The Fixxers, DJ Quik & AMG - Can U Werk Wit Dat - West - Interscope

TC 50.
LC 5.
Z-Ro, Lil Flip & Shasta - Lovely Day - Rap-A-Lot

- Orbital Hip Hop Charts

"Mr.Wood$ pens theme song for national organization NCADFA"

National Coalition for the Advancement of Drug-Free Athletics, Inc. Press Release

NCADFA, Mr.Woods & Ray Lewis Inspire Baltimore Kids Go Hard, Get Fit & Stay Drug-Free!

Family, Fellowship & Fitness Messages Ring Loud at the 2007 Ray Lewis Youth Fitness Clinic

Baltimore, MD -June 9, 2007 - Hundreds of kids from all over Baltimore gathered at Utz Field in Patterson Park from 9am -12 noon to participate in the first annual Ray Lewis Youth Fitness Clinic. This intimate clinic was lead by Ray Lewis' personal trainer, Monty Sanders. Kids took part in more than two dozen different football-based drills held at various stations around the field. Each station, consisted of a different drill enabling participants to experience first hand what Ray does during training camp.

The message of health and fitness rang loud throughout the clinic. "This clinic is about you. It's about family and fellowship, as well as fitness. To me this clinic is special because here I can share with you what I do. If I tell you to exercise it's because I exercise. If I tell you to drink water all day, it's because I drink water all day. I would never tell you to do something that I wouldn't do myself, said Lewis addressing the kids and their parents who packed the stands. He continued to state, "These are the exercises that get me in shape. Today I'm here for you, ask me anything, about anything you want and let's have some fun." said the 7 time All-Pro, 2 time NFL Defensive Player of the Year & Super Bowl XXXV -MVP.

(photo R:NCADFA member & personal trainer, Kevin Valluzzi, leads the back-pedal & catch station).

The NCADFA was proud to be a part of such a wonderful community out-reach event. From Sponsorship Row, the NCADFA proudly provided each child with a Choose NOT to Use(R) wristband, car magnet for their parents, as well as educational information about the dangers associated with the use and abuse of performance enhancing drugs, as well as a copy of the new Mr. Woods EP featuring the NCADFA anthem, "Go HARD."

"As a chiropractor and a national advocate for the advancement of drug-free athletics, Ray's Youth Fitness Clinic provided the perfect venue to share with kids the truth about we what we do. The message they took away was simple, chiropractic care helps their body work at its best and is an essential part of a health and fitness lifestyle," said, NCADFA Founder & President, Dr. Vic Naumov, DC, CCSMS.

About National Coalition for the Advancement of Drug-Free Athletics, Inc.
Founded in 2004, the National Coalition for the Advancement of Drug-Free Athletics, Inc. (NCADFA) is a 501(c)(3), non-profit charity organization comprised of health and fitness professionals from various disciplines. With the creation of their national Choose NOT to Use® Campaign in 2005, the NCADFA aims is to educate athletes of all ages about the risks and dangers associated with the use and abuse of anabolic steroids and other performance enhancing drugs while teaching natural strategies for performance enhancement. The NCADFA's message is straight and clear when it comes to drugs in sports; we encourage all athletes to Choose NOT to Use®. Visit us at

Support Our Partners, They Support Drug-Free Athletics!

*Become a NCADFA sponsor, contact us @ 201-265-8688 or send e-mail to

Our Online "Sports Memorabilia & More" Auction is Going on Now!
Log on to and bid for a great cause.

Funds raised will go to support the NCADFA's Choose NOT to Use(R) Campaign and to establish a H.S. Scholarship Fund. Thank you in advance for your support!


"Starfleet Record Pool director Ronnie Matthews Review"

Mr. Wood$ - Sex Me

Written by Ronnie Matthews
Wednesday, 18 July 2007
Now here is something hot from an Indie label, Outlandish Entertainment by Mr. Wood$. Notice the dollar sign at the end of his name, he's going to start seeing more of them too with the release of "Sex Me". Nice rhythm, very good vocals. Almost reminds me of Heavy D's voice. Looking forward to working this one throughout the clubs, college parties & gotta be on the radio.

- Ronnie Matthews/Starfleet Record Pool


No Pigeons with Sporty Thieves-1999-AV8
You Know What's Up(rmx)-2000-AV8
Streetmade-2001-12" white label
Bizzounce with Olivia(rmx)-2003-white label
So Hood (mixtape classic)-2005
Da Jump Off featuring Olivia-2005-Outlandish Entertainment
Changed My Mind (unofficial rmx) with Keyshia Coles-2005
Sex Me b/w Green With Envy(single)-2007-Outlandish Records
C.E.O. (March 2008)...Debut Album of the Decade!!!



MR. W.O.O.D.$
Determination, drive, immeasurable talent and an unsurpassed dedication to becoming a superstar performer and songwriter are the characteristics possessed by Mr. Wood$. It’s the combination of these characteristics that have the Far Rockaway/Queens, New York native now residing in Charlotte, North Carolina on the brink of stardom with his first single Sex Me from his forthcoming debut album Conquer Every Obstacle.

Diallo “Mr. Wood$” Edmond started out dancing and rapping at an early age, “I had raps to Fisher Price music, I always knew I would be an entertainer” he often jokes. As a teenager he was a member in a local rap group named Filthy Rich which put out a series of mix tapes. Diallo was the standout, known for overdoing it lyrically and providing his listeners with outlandish visuals he chose the name Woods also an acronym for ‘world of over doing shh’. As his popularity grew locally, he began to compose solo songs that were so well received he embarked on a solo career.

In 1999 one of Mr.Wood$’ songs “No Vultures” a rebuttal rap to TLC’s smash hit ‘No Scrubs’ was discovered by DJ Funkmaster Flex and he was enlisted to pen a ‘less harsh’ song with rap group Sporty Thieves. The hit song “No Pigeons” was the outcome, the single shot up the charts and landed at number one on the billboard charts where it rested for six consecutive weeks and was certified gold. Although mainstream media sang the praises of the group signed to Columbia the streets were buzzing for the mystery guest who rhymed on the street edit in a raspy voice “Greet your highness, Queens finest, gleam shiners, 3 clip street fighters, deep dish jeep riders, Outlandish in the expanded Rover…” A few months later music mogul and Southern hip hop pioneer Master P was featured in a television commercial for soft drink giant Pepsi Cola. While Master P was the face of the commercial, it was Mr. Wood$’ voice and lyrics that captured the attention of the audience. When McDonalds introduced their now famed Dollar Menu it was the voice of Mr. Wood$ that rhymed the menu in its commercials. He then worked with AV8 Records for a white label remix of “You Know What’s Up” by Donnell Jones which had some regional success. He was being courted by some of the top record executives in New York City but bitterness about the way No Pigeons was handled, unwillingness to change his content to reflect a more thug mentality and inexperience in the music business all but derailed any chance of securing a deal at the time. Wood$ determined to do it on his own went to the lab, moved his whole family to Charlotte and decided to start his own company so he could create the universal sound that he intended to deliver all along.

Over the last few years he continued to be a student of hip hop and the music business all while continuing to do commercials for local and regional businesses. In 2005 his collaboration with Olivia then of G-Unit Records was leaked locally and he opened for everybody from Young Jeezy to Rick Ross to Fantasia. But it was his performance with Keyshia Coles that landed him on the Touch the Sky world tour as Keyshia’s hype man/personal assistant/stageshow producer and opener. He has the uncanny ability to captivate any crowd, any size, anywhere and has been dubbed “the Voice” for his command of the audience.

Mr. Wood$, has a uniqueness that commands the ear of his listeners. But it’s not just his lyrics, songwriting, his penchant for penning hot hook lines, his incredible voice, flow, or delivery that will fill the void for music lovers that thirst for true hip-hop, but it’s his honesty and love for the art form in its entirety that the people will recognize as real. “It’s my time now but instead of talking murder this and murder that for street credibility I’ll focus on phenomenal songs, creating sonically good music… I’ll mix it up with party, concept songs, I’ll share tragedies, positive content and still give it that mass appeal. And the album will still have continuity from intro to outro both conceptually and sonically because that’s the culture, that’s real life. Real life is Outlandish!”

To hear more of “Mr. Wood$” log onto

For more information & Booking Contact:
Aqua Management Inc.
5821 Fairview Rd Suite 209
Charlotte NC 28209
Rhasaan Aquadiah (704) 225-3701

Outlandish Entertainment:
Martin Moore (973) 864-4122