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Paper Chase

by Hustleholicz

A lyrical journey of the slums of Detroit's eastside with innovative gangsta lyrics and game changing song concepts.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hardcore Rap
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Got Hustle
4:59 $0.99
2. Get Money
5:09 $0.99
3. Broke N Po
3:37 $0.99
4. Leoni On Tha Grind
5:18 $0.99
5. Thuggin On Beats
4:08 $0.99
6. Wasted Time
4:47 $0.99
7. What's Poppin Wit U
4:37 $0.99
8. Paper Chasin
4:43 $0.99
9. Hunger Ragin
3:53 $0.99
10. Super Killa
4:27 $0.99
11. Duckin N Rollin
3:38 $0.99
12. Hustlin Mode
4:41 $0.99
13. Come Get It
4:46 $0.99
14. Let It Be Known
3:45 $0.99
15. Bonus Track
6:04 $0.99
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Album Notes
Forty-da-Great, aka Forty-da-Grizzle, aka The East-Side Mayor, was born in Detroit, Michigan. Raised primarily in the Eastside slums of Detroit, Forty took to rapping like Muhammad Ali took to boxing or Michael Jordan took to basketball.

Forty-da-Great first know as 40-G, started rapping at the age of eight in third-grade. He then formed a group with his cousins, Tech-T and Syke Mista called Suicidal Sykeadelicz at the age of 13; unfortunately, the group never successfully recorded an album, but they did manage to make a demo and perform at numerous talent shows.

As the demand for hip-hop grew in the early 90’s, so did Forty’s passion and interest of being a professional rap artist. 4-Grizzle now at the tender age of 14, joined a group called Almighty Dreadnaughtz, which consisted of catalog of inspiring and talented Detroit artists such as: C-Sun, Blitz, Guilty-001, Torcha, Land Lordz, Slaughter, Furious Stylez, etc. Forty then released two local albums with the Almighty Dreadnaughtz entilteld “City of Treez” and “Point of No Return”. This experience helped expose Forty as a local MC, as well as, groom him as an upcoming rap artist.

In the year 2000, Forty attended Baker College in Flint and there he met D-Lee of West-Pad. The two teamed up to collaborate on a song featured on the West-Pad album “Scarred but Still Breathing” was a smash hit in D-Lee’s hometown of Flint. The song featured D-Lee and Cookie-Man of West Pad, and non other than Forty-da-Great. “Scarred but Still Breathing” made such a buzz in the inner city streez of Flint that the CEO’s of Royalty Records, Paul Britt and Na’Kailyus Brown, were very impressed. So enormously impressed, they wanted to sign Forty on the spot. This partnership was history in the making, the beginning of the Royalty dynasty, joining a Detroit rap artist and a Flint rap label together.

This newfound success inspired Forty to create a super group with his long time friend and rap partner Leoni Getz. Leoni and Forty met in Miller Middle School in Detroit, and had been best friends and rapping together ever since. The two linked up to form the rap duo Hustleholicz, now joined with Royalty Records. Forty-da-Great and Leoni Getz were given the opportunity to release a rap album for the first time together. The album entitled “Paper Chase” was a before its time work of art. “Paper Chase” took listeners on a lyrical journey through the drug infested streets of Detroit’s East-side. Due to a lack of promotion, the record sales were low, but had such an impact on local hip-hop fans that there is still talk of the re-release of the album.

After a long road of hard work and dedication, Forty-da-Great, young but with years worth of experience, is finally ready to give Detroit Hip-Hop fans what they’ve been waiting for; his very own solo album. Highly anticipated, but long overdue, the album “Tha East-Side Mayor” is a mind blowing musical masterpiece with innovative lyrics and game changing song concepts. The album features an All-Star list of hip hop celebrities as well as local talent such as; Bun-B, B-G, Beanie Segal, Ray-J, Loeni Getz (of the Hustleholicz), Killa, Gaz (of Night and Day), Self-Made Ballerz, Lyric (the first lady of Royalty Records), and Spanky Hayes (of Nick Cannon’s “Wild-N-Oout”). Production by Ralo, Kaze, Tony Bunz, Funkinstein, and Gaz is sure to make the “Tha East-Side Mayor” another mid-west classic. This album is set to drop in Spring of 2006, and is without a doubt one of the hottest albums of the year.



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DJ Hate-a-Nigga

I think it's a good outlet for local artist to promote their music.
Hustleholicz the real hustleholicz have one the best street albums I ever heard in my life I can't believe that it was made 5 years ago. Much respect to those two catz.

youre biggest fan

dez nigga'z is the shit anytime you got the city of Detroit behind you, u gotta
Ahhh, I would have gave ya'll niggaz 6 starz but the rating didn't go that high, shittt! it's worth 10. Hustleholicz Paperchase that album is extremely hot, it's heat-rock ya'll nigga'z keep up the good work. And I been to that East-Side Mayor web-site, the featurez is bananas! Bun-B, Ray-J, Beanie Siegal, B-G, and Rick Ross dis shit is monumental you motherfu*k@r$ gone blow, get money niggaz.
R.I.P Leoni Getz
Shot Out to dem Curry Boyz

B Nites

number one
Man you know you the shit bro let's do it they aint fuckin wit you RIP to my nigga leoni gets we aint foe got curry boy foe life I got one question foe the world is you muthafuckas ready foe the hottest nigga in the game if not buckle yo seats cause this the year of EASTSIDE MAYOR holla at yo baby we get them bricks from the west and we bust em up on the east

B Nites

number one
Man you know you the shit bro let's do it they aint fuckin wit you RIP to my nigga leoni gets we aint foe got curry boy foe life I got one question foe the world is you muthafuckas ready foe the hottest nigga in the game if not buckle yo seats cause this the year of EASTSIDE MAYOR holla at yo baby we get them bricks from the west and we bust em up on the east


On sum real shit...paperchase is a slept on classic
Hustleholicz are really before their time. This was a street classic and hood banger 4real. The way they captured the Detroit streets...unreal. 40 G and Leoni Getz (R.I.P.) locked it up wit this one 2 bad the promotion wasn't there or it would have been a classic mentioned wit Reasonable Doubt and Ready to Die...


shits hott like fire
i always liked the cd i think it should be on the count down
at leasat one of them and get these clowns of the air ways
keep doin ya thang


lyrical explosion, straight hood music real hustla can relate 2
boy o boy!! this is 5 yrs old stop it, this shit lyrically is fire. if they do re-release this only changes need 2 be made is some up dated beats. but this shit is fire!! I can't wait 4 that solo from that lyrical genius 40 da great please promote it right so that classic don't get slept on like this one. keep up the good work much 313 luv... yall tha shiiit!!

yo biggest fan

yall tight
man this my frist time hearing this but it so hard man yall tight but i cant wait til 40 cd some out cuz i will be the frist to have it and i heard some songs by him man this nigga tight!!!! R.I.P LEONI GETZ!!!...FLINT TOWN LOVE BABY!!!!!


the cd is off the hook!
The cd is one of my favorites. This is my second time buying the cd. The last one was stoling by some haters. It's only one song on the whole cd that I didn't really feel, but when i heard the cd for the second time it still made me lean with it -n- rock with it. whats up forty and R.I.P. Leoni Getz.