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Exclusive VIOLATOR album sneak peek - May 14

To preview four songs from the upcoming Violator Management's album: Violator VII click on the following links

LL Cool J and Swizz Beatz - "Put Your Hands Up!"

Busta Rhymes - "What It Is"

Noreaga - "Grimey"

Freestyle with numerous artiste including Busta Rhymes


Some of these links might not work, as the album is still in preview mode.

The LL Cool J song "Put Your Hands Up" will be one of three singles from the new Violator album, Violator the Album: Volume II. 

Hip-hop management firm Violator released Violator: The Album in 1999 going platinum  with tracks from Violator clients as LL Cool J, Q-Tip, Busta Rhymes and his Flipmode Squad, Beatnuts, Mobb Deep and Noreaga. Now Violator CEO Chris Lighty and president Mona Scott will release the follow-up, Violator the Album: Volume II, in the summer.

"Expectations are higher people are looking for us to step it up," Lighty said. "But putting this album together is not any more difficult than the last one. It's just a matter of putting everyone's schedules in place."

Besides new tracks from clients Busta Rhymes, Ja Rule, Missy Elliott, newcomer JoJo Pellegrino, Mobb Deep and LL Cool J, guest stars will include Trina, Fat Joe, the LOX's Jadakiss, Jermaine Dupree, Swizz Beatz and Method Man .

LL Cool J's song on the first Violator album was "Say What", also featured on the soundtrack for the movie "Deep Blue Sea." The most successful single on the album was "Vivrant Thing" by Q-Tip. 

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