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Midi Mafia To Blast Out Track For Lloyd Banks

Posted on June 21, 2006 by

  
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As one of the most sought-after production teams in the industry today, Midi Mafia is taking their hit-making abilities to the next level in the Summer of 2006. Their new Lloyd Banks song, Make You Move, will be featured on Banks' upcoming Rotten Apple LP, and they are in the studio putting the final touches on Fanasia's sophomore album. Other upcoming work includes tracks for artists such as Sam Scarfo, Penelope Jones, Flipsyde and their own artist, Deemi.

After the phenomenal success of their 2003 hit "21 Questions" on 50 Cent's debut album, Get Rich Or Die Tryin, the team of Bruce Waynne and Dirty Swift went on to create for the likes of Lil Mo, Nelly, Young Buck, Talib Kweli, Miri Ben-Ari and Mack 10. They are continually proving that their diverse production stylings bring the best to Hip Hop, R&B and Pop music. Midi Mafia has also taken the world of video games by storm, with original scoring for SCEA's NBA '06, MLB '06 and NBA '07.

While the Midi Mafia movement is under way, creating breaking songs for various new artists with major labels, Bruce Waynne and Dirty Swift have embarked upon their own label situation, Family Ties Entertainment. They recently signed their first artist, Deemi, in association with Dangerous LLC, to a formidable distribution and marketing deal with Atlantic Records. Deemi's song "Hoodz Princess" was featured on talkshow diva Wendy Williams' 2005 compilation project, Wendy Brings The Heat Vol I. Deemi's first single will drop this Fall, and her solo debut, Soundtrack Of My Life, will be released early 2007.

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Comment by bosnianbig, on 22nd June 2006


I think they doin good movement and supporting hip hop in a good way and I think lloyd banks's new cd will sell a lot

Comment by dopederrick, on 21st June 2006


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I bet "make u move" will be a cool song and lloyd banks new cd "rotten apple" comes out july 18th

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