NEW MUSIC: Master P Feat. Fat Trel & Alley Boy – Brick To A Million [A$AP Rocky Diss]
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January 13, 2013
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Master P featuring Alley Boy and Fat Trel - Brick to a Million download and listen

Master P goes at A$AP Rocky neck on this track.  He doesn’t actually say his name, but it’s implied through some of his punchlines notably the first line on the track “new niccas wearin dresses f*ck it i aint scared to address it”

A$AP wore what appeared to be a dress on 106th & Park which sparked quite a bit of controversy in the rap community.  This joint features Fat Trel and Alley Boy.

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NEW MUSIC: Master P. Feat Chief Keef & Fat Trel – It Don’t Make No Sense
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January 4, 2013
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Master P. is preparing for a comeback with the release of his upcoming mixtape Al Capone which drops on Jan 16th.  He also has a collaboration mixtape with Fat Trel and Alley Boy dropping on Jan 22nd.  It’s a busy time for the New Orleans rapper.  However, he takes time to put out a new single It Don’t Make No Sense which features Fat Trel and Chief Keef.

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NEW VIDEO: Alley Boy Feat. Gunplay – I’m A Shooter
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November 3, 2012
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Alley Boy drops the visuals for his joint I’m A Shooter featuring Gunplay.

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Alley Boy Performs “I Want In” Live At The Hangout In Florence, SC
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March 12, 2012
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Alley Boy made his way to Florence, South Carolina to perform his single live, I Want In at a nightclub called The Hangout.  It doesn’t usually look like much is going on in Florence when you hit the streets, but Florence gets it poppin’, they are slowly creeping up as one of the worst cities in America, when it comes to crime, drugs, and violence.

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NEW VIDEO: Slim Dunkin Feat. Alley Boy, Waka Flocka, & Trouble “R.I.P.”
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January 28, 2012
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Shockingly, Slim Dunkin recorded one of his last videos titled, R.I.P., before his death.  In the video he goes in to say “R.I.P. not me.  Never let a n*gga take me off these streets.”  Slim recruited Alley Boy, Waka Flocka, and Trouble to lay verses on the track.

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