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Born on May 27, 1975, Jadakiss was raised in Yonkers, New York in a household where he was well-fed and taken care of. As a result, his friends often made fun of him by calling him Big Mack, as a reference to his favorite hamburger. He was interested in rap at a very early age when his parents asked him to earn his own money and so he stepped into drug-dealing business on the Big Apple street, where he met people doing freestyle for money.
When he was just twelve, Jadakiss joined a freestyle competition and was noticed for his rapping ability by management company Ruff Ryders. He then formed a rap group with two friends Sheek Louch and Styles P. under the name of The Warlock. Signed to Bad Boy Entertainment, he was suggested to change his group's name to The LOX, which stands for Living Off X-perience. He gained his first project as a featured guest with his band, later known as D-Block, in Main Source's single "Set It Off" from 1994 "Fuck What You Think" LP.
After releasing an album called "Money, Power & Respect" with D-Block, Jadakiss recorded new materials for his solo debut album. He ...
dropped "Kiss tha Game Goodbye" in August 2001. Working with Snoop Dogg and Swizz Beatz, he was criticized as throwing a repetitive and uninspired LP. He responded to the critics, citing that the record was indeed done less out of inspiration and more out of contract obligations to Bad Boy. Despite the harsh critics, he was certified gold by RIAA for the LP in September 2001 due to its impressive selling point.
Longing to prove that he indeed had a talent, Jadakiss hit studio once again for second studio album. This time collaborating with Anthony Hamilton, Mariah Carey, Pharrell Williams, Kanye West and Eminem among others, he released the sophomore set in June 2004 under the title of "Kiss of Death". Finally his hard work was paid off when the album claimed the number one spot on both Billboard Hot 200 and Billboard Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums.
Aside from getting heavy airplay over songs from his second LP, Jadakiss was also confronted with controversy. One of his singles titled "Why" featured lyrics that were believed to imply a link between George W. Bush and September 11, 2001 attacks. The song got banned on some radios and played with the lyrics
bad boy, Salman Khan hails from a notable filmy family. He is the eldest son of Salim Khan, who himself is a screenwriter, & his wife Salma Khan. Former Bollywood actress Helen is his stepmother. Arbaaz Khan, Sohail Khan, Alvira & Arpita are Salman Khan’s siblings. Actor/director Atul Agnihotri is Salman’s brother–in–law married to Alvira. Salman Khan has finished his schooling in Mumbai – St. Stanislaus High School – Bandra.
Salman Khan made his debut in Biwi Ho To Aisi (1988) in which he played a supporting role. He made his debut in lead role in Sooraj Barjatva’s romantic family drama movie Maine Pyar Kiya for which he won Filmare Best Male Debut Award & was also nominated for Filmfare Best Actor Award. Baaghi: A Rebel for Love (1990), in which he starred opposite southern actress, Nagma, was a major box-office success. In 1991, Salman gave a hat trick with Patthar Ke Phool, Sanam Bewafa & Saajan. The next couple of years were quiet unsuccessful for Salman. Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! (1994) directed by Sooraj Barjatya and co-starring Madhuri Dixit was the most successful film of the year. Salman’s role in Andaz Apna Apna (1994) was well received and praised. Rakesh Roshan’s blockbuster Karan Arjun (1995) cemented his success.
Once only an artist frequently featured in songs, Rick Ross stepped up into the spotlight as the lead man. The Haitian rapper was born William Roberts on January 28, 1977 and raised in the impoverished area of Carol City, Florida. He grew up in thick influence of rap culture where artists like Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur swept the nation with their hits. During the '90s, Roberts formed a rapping group called Carol City Cartel that later on led him to being signed to a small label Suave House Records that was also the home of 8Ball & MJG.
It was, however, beyond his expectation that Slip-n-Slide Records also took notice of his talent and signed him immediately. With the new recording house, Roberts who was by then known as Rick Ross, became acquainted to Hip-Hop heavyweights like Trick Daddy and Trina. He was frequently made a featured guest either in an artist's album or mixtapes. Ross also received a promotion when he was frequently brought along in Trick Daddy's concerts.
It was not until 2006 that he became a solo artist, penning the song "Hustlin'" that amazingly created a biding war between record executives. Starting from P. Diddy's Bad ...
Boy Records to Irv Gotti's The Inc., they all wanted the right to the talented rapper. However, it was Jay-Z who eventually nabbed the deal with him, taking Slip-n-Slide under a contract with his Def Jam label. When it was released in March 2006, "Hustlin'" became an instant hit, peaking at #11 on U.S. Hot R'n'B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The single eventually was certified Gold by RIAA in May 2006 and Ross has sold millions of its ringtones.
With such strong single, Ross released his debut album "Port of Miami" in August that year. Surprisingly, despite only spawning one single, the album managed to open at #1 on Billboard Hot 200 chart, selling well over 187,000 copies in the first week. While touring to promote the album, Ross prepared a second album that he named "Trilla" after his idol, Michael Jackson's all-time classic album "Thriller". The album was intended for the end of 2007 but aiming for perfection, Ross pushed it to March 11, 2008 with two singles in advance, "Speedin'" and "The Boss".