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|UNIR 20682-2||Cash Money Millionaires||Undisputed (CD, Single, Promo)||Universal Records||UNIR 20682-2||US||2001|
|422 860 985-1||Cash Money Millionaires||Undisputed (12", Single)||Cash Money Records, Universal Records||422 860 985-1||US||2001|
For this gritty Walter Hill film about a prison bout between inmates Ving Rhames and Wesley Snipes, the UNDISPUTED soundtrack ended up being guided by the streetwise direction of the Dirty South's own Cash Money Millionaires (AKA Lil Wayne, Big Tymers, Lac and Mikkey). With so much talent coming from south of the Mason-Dixon line, the rhymes roll out in laid-back and low-down manner.
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Cash Money Millionaires (also known as The Millionaires) was a supergroup of Cash Money recording artists from New Orleans, Louisiana, formed in 1996 and disbanded in 2001. The group was composed of the Big Tymer$ (Birdman and Mannie Fresh) and the Hot Boy$ (. Juvenile, Lil Wayne and Turk). After meeting at Cash Money Records, established in 1991, the young money millionaires were introduced to the world in 2001, largely due to Lil Wayne's album, 500 Degreez
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The Cash Money Millionaires included whatever rappers happened to rap for Cash Money Records at the given moment. During the label's initial breakthrough and golden era, the group included Baby, Mannie Fresh, Juvenile, . Turk, and Lil' Wayne. The group issued the Baller Blockin' collection (2000), which also included contributions from some of the group's inspirations, namely Eightball & MJG, E-40, Nas, and Rappin' 4-Tay. The album accompanied the straight-to-video film of the same name.