Archived from the original on Retrieved June 6, The topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia’s notability guideline for music. Romanian hip hop groups Hip hop group stubs European musical group stubs Romania stubs. Due to the September 11, attacks , the group lost the opportunity to perform in a Canada – USA tour.
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Group producer Tataee mentioned that the group would employ a new approach to music since the Internet had played a crucial role in the demise of the compact disc -era in the musical industry.
The group ravla Mafia in late and, since music distribution was virtually nonexistent in Romania at the time, the album was only available discografle a relatively short period of time in Diacografiebecoming valuable fan memorabilia over time.
TL Exclusiv in Romanian. Retrieved August 29, However, disvografie producer Tataee repeatedly mentioned that the break up had not been a friendly one and that he had not maintained any connection to DJ Swamp. The follow-up to Baietii Buni was only released in as the group embarked in a 6-year-long journey producing and recording two greatest hits albums in the first decade of the 21st century.
This page was last edited on 15 Septemberat It was the first B. This article about a European band or other musical ensemble is a stub. Cum a decurs prima lor intalnire si ce meserii ar fi avut Tataee, Uzzi si Caddy daca nu se apucau de rap”. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. Problems playing this file?
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Mafia and a staff producer for Casa Productions. In a later press release, Ionescu did not dispute the veracity of the claims, but defended his behavior by claiming the victims’ failure to take legal action implied they had not felt threatened by him, while suggesting that the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct allegations had provided them with a platform for personal advertising.
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A music video was shot by the then newly formed Atomic TV music channel, but the result was disappointing for the group’s members and management and thus the video was never released. This motivated their song ” Jos cenzura!
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The album was released in mid by Cat Music and Casa Productions after multiple delays. The group left Cat Music, the record company that had catapulted them to superstardom 14 years earlier, which had been their distribution company since they had made the switch to Casa Productions in late The album’s success attracted pop icon Loredana Groza ‘s interest for a collaboration. If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be mergedredirectedor deleted.
They were eventually released after 10 hours of giving statements at the police station and district attorney’s office in Turnu Severin. Mafia’s best selling album, moving overcopies and catapulting the group to national superstardom. The topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia’s notability guideline for music.
As Romania was still a fairly conservative country in the mids, the Romanian penal code forbad the use of profanity in public places. Besides “VESTit”, every track I ever recorded was meant to be and remain underground, I never had no commercial interests, I always used hip-hop as a platform to express myself and release my anger and feelings.
Mafia – Pantelimonu’ Petrece feat. Nu e o continuare a albumului Scoala veche dar nici o recenzie a albumului. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
Tataee, who was still in highschool, had been interested in becoming a professional musician sincewhen, under the stage name Doom, he had produced an independent demo called “Straight Outta da Hell”, stirring Caddillac’s interest, as he was also an amateur recording artist working under the name MC La Duc and had recorded a track titled “Apocalipse” on his own earlier in Retrieved May 9, Tataee had stated in various interviews that he had been interested in adding a professional DJ to the group since the early 90s but the few hip hop DJs in Romania were already committed to other projects.
Mafia – Part 1 – YouTube. The success prompted the making of a music videowhich was the first Romanian hip hop video ever made.