Khayree (one of the most underrated producers of all time)

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    Didn't he do "Pimp Shit" off Mac Mall's 'Illegal Business'?

    One of my all-time faves... and I thought he did "Definition of a Hustlah" from Ray Luv's 'Forever Hustlin'...
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    HIP-HOP, MURDER & KIDNAP:

    In 1996, Lathan Williams a.k.a. ‘Young Lay’ (pictured above) was on the fast track to rap stardom. He was celebrating the success of a hit single and an upcoming album featuring the already legendary Tupac Shakur. Lay and Tupac also had the same manager, Leila Steinberg.

    Lay’s career took off when his single ‘All About My Feeti,’ appeared on volume one of the ‘New Jersey Drive’ soundtrack in 1995. The soundtrack linked Lay to more established names on the East Coast rap scene, Biggie, Queen Latifah and Outkast. The record went gold and Lay signed on with Atlantic Records.

    Just when his career seemed to be taking off, a gunshot wound to the head left him in a coma. He was shot while traveling in the passenger seat of a car in Vallejo, Ca. Lay would emerge from the coma after two weeks and fully recover. It was the second time Lay had been shot. He had been shot in the back when he was younger.

    Lay would also plead no contest and was fined $170 for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. A month later, the D.A. charged him with felony drug possession for which he was convicted on put on probation.

    A few months later, police reported finding three rocks of cocaine weighing just over a half of gram in Lay’s mouth. He pleaded not guilty and posted the $7,500 in bail to get out of jail. While out on probation, he was cited for possessing an open container of alcohol in a car. He was sentenced to five years probation and one year in jail and required to complete a drug treatment program.

    Later that year, Lay would become a new father, in April of that year, his girlfriend Daphne Boyden gave birth to their son, Le-Zhan.

    A month later in May, Daphne Boyden was shot and burned to death by two 15-year old fellow high school students and her baby was kidnapped.

    Police theorized, someone set fire to Daphne’s corpse to cover up the crime.

    Six years later, acting on an anonymous tip, Vallejo police recovered Le-Zhan Williams, the son of Young Lay. Police arrested 22-year old Latasha Brown (murder and kidnap) and her cousin Ocianetta Williams (murder and kidnap) and Latasha’s mother Delores Ann Brown (for aiding and abetting).

    The police say Latasha Brown had a forged birth certificate, claiming she was Le-Zhan’s mother. Police suspect Brown’s aunt, a Texas nurse, may have altered the birth certificate.

    According to witness testimony, Daphne Boyden was nursing her infant son when Latasha Brown leaned over the couch, hugged her good-bye and shot her.

    Although the police say there is no clear motive in the case, they suspect a connection between Latasha Brown and the baby’s father (Young Lay). There’s some speculation that Brown had a relationship with the father Lathan Williams and that she had been jealous of Daphne Boyden’s relationship and the fact that she had a child with him, especially with ‘Young Lay’ being famous, and her intent was to take the child away.

    After DNA confirmed Le-Zhan’s identity, he was reunited with his family.

    Latasha Brown was convicted and sentenced to 37 years to life in prison.

    Ocianetta Williams was convicted and sentenced to 14 years in prison.

    Delores Brown received a year in jail in 2003 for helping to conceal the kidnapped child.

    Sadly, ‘Young Lay’s’ career derailed when increasing problems with the law landed him in state prison in Susanville with a 12-year sentence for armed robbery.

    Source: Vallejonews.com

    SENSELESS:

    As we go to press, this true story came across my desk, although vague and sketchy, these are the details: Shani Holloway, 31, was a pretty music promoter located in Pittsburgh, CA, a suburb of San Francisco. She was also the mother of two sons, (15 and 11). She booked concerts in small venues throughout the bay area and was well liked and well respected by people in the industry.

    In 2004, she added a rap act (Kanyva) real name, Justin Potts, to one of her shows. After the show, she asked to speak to Kanyva. She critiqued his performance and gave him constructive criticism in a respectful manner.

    Police theorize, Kanyva didn’t like the fact that ‘a woman’ had the audacity to critique his performance; he didn’t take Holloway’s advice too well.

    As he exited the building, he saw Holloway in conversation as she sat in the passenger seat of her fiance’s car, he creeped up to the passenger window and fired two shots, both bullets struck her in the head, she died instantly.

    ONE OF OUR READERS UPDATED US WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:

    Justin Potts aka Kanyva was a well known and respected rapper in Pittsburg, CA. He had won two consecutive "battle rap competitions" and had been featured in several national magazines predicting, he would be the next big rapper.

    Potts is currently being held in jail in lieu of a $1 million dollar bond.
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    Oh yeah and Mac Mall was 16 when he did Illegal Buisness

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