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Murder, Inc. (1960)
22 Mar 2012
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14 Feb 2011
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*******celebrity****-12.tv/ - The beloved rumpled trenchcoat-wearing police lieutenant on the Columbo TV series died at his Beverly Hills home last night after a long bout with Alzheimer's Disease, according to his daughter, who gave the news to KNX-1070. He was 83. The five-time Emmy winner (four for Columbo) also was a two-time Oscar nominee (for 1960's Murder, Inc and 1961's Pocketful of Miracles). *******celebrity****-12.tv
25 Jun 2011
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*******celebrity****-12.tv/ - Peter Falk, the Emmy-winning star of 'Columbo,' has died at 83 years old. CBS Radio News confirmed, via a family spokesperson, that Falk died on the evening of June 23. Falk was best known to audiences as Lt. Columbo on the police series. But Falk was also known for his film work; he was nominated for two Academy Awards, for 1960's 'Murder, Inc.' and 1961's 'Pocketful of Miracles.' His last credited film role was the 2009 flick 'American Cowslip' opposite Cloris Leachman and Diane Ladd. *******celebrity****-12.tv
25 Jun 2011
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*******celebrity****-12.tv/ - Peter Falk, the Emmy-winning star of 'Columbo,' has died at 83 years old. CBS Radio News confirmed, via a family spokesperson, that Falk died on the evening of June 23. Falk was best known to audiences as Lt. Columbo on the police series. But Falk was also known for his film work; he was nominated for two Academy Awards, for 1960's 'Murder, Inc.' and 1961's 'Pocketful of Miracles.' His last credited film role was the 2009 flick 'American Cowslip' opposite Cloris Leachman and Diane Ladd. *******celebrity****-12.tv
25 Jun 2011
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*******celebrity****-12.tv/ - The beloved rumpled trenchcoat-wearing police lieutenant on the Columbo TV series died at his Beverly Hills home last night after a long bout with Alzheimer's Disease, according to his daughter, who gave the news to KNX-1070. He was 83. The five-time Emmy winner (four for Columbo) also was a two-time Oscar nominee (for 1960's Murder, Inc and 1961's Pocketful of Miracles). *******celebrity****-12.tv
25 Jun 2011
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*******celebrity****-12.tv/ - Peter Falk, the Emmy-winning star of 'Columbo,' has died at 83 years old. CBS Radio News confirmed, via a family spokesperson, that Falk died on the evening of June 23. Falk was best known to audiences as Lt. Columbo on the police series. But Falk was also known for his film work; he was nominated for two Academy Awards, for 1960's 'Murder, Inc.' and 1961's 'Pocketful of Miracles.' His last credited film role was the 2009 flick 'American Cowslip' opposite Cloris Leachman and Diane Ladd. *******celebrity****-12.tv
25 Jun 2011
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Off of Irv Gotti Presents the Inc
8 Oct 2011
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Off of Irv Gotti Presents the Inc
8 Mar 2012
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Murder Inc joint
7 Sep 2009
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Another Murder Inc classic from Ja Rule Feat. Christina Milian off of Ja Rule's 3:36 album
10 Nov 2009
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Ja Rule featuring Ashley/Joi - Free Discography Main article: Ja Rule discography 1999: Venni Vetti Vecci 2000: Rule 3:36 2001: Pain Is Love 2002: The Last Temptation 2003: Blood in My Eye' 2004: R.U.L.E. 2005: Exodus Greatest Hits 2007: The Mirror Career Atkins appeared with 0-1 and Chris Black as part of Cash Money Click (not to be confused with Cash Money Records). In 1998, he was signed to Def Jam Recordings, with his first major appearance alongside Jay-Z on the song "Can I Get A...". In 1999, he released his solo debut, Venni Vetti Vecci, and had a hit single "Holla Holla". The album went on to platinum status. In 2000, Atkins was also featured on Irv Gotti's successful album, Irv Gotti Presents... The Murderers. This album featured other Murder Inc. record label artists as well as DMX, Jay-Z and Busta Rhymes. In 2000 Atkins released Rule 3:36, his second album. The first released single was "Between Me & You" featuring Christina Milian, which proved to be a hit and was followed by another successful single, "Put It On Me" featuring Lil' Mo and Vita. The album received an unexpected level of support, and went on to go triple platinum. On October 2, 2001, Atkins released his third album, Pain Is Love. The first single, "Livin' It Up", was a hit. It featured guest vocals by R&B singer Case and sampled Stevie Wonder's "Do I Do". The follow up single, "Always On Time", was released in December of the same year and was yet another success. The song introduced the public to singer Ashanti, who performed the chorus. The album also featured the successful remix "I'm Real" with Jennifer Lopez. Finally, the album included the song "So Much Pain", a tribute to Tupac Shakur, and also went on to become triple platinum. His fourth studio album, The Last Temptation, was released on November 19 2002. Although the album was fairly successful (it was certified platinum), it failed to carry the momentum brought by his previous album. Lead singles, "Thug Lovin" (featuring Bobby Brown) and "Mesmerize" (featuring Ashanti) were successful. In 2002, Atkins appeared on Irv Gotti Presents The Inc and Irv Gotti Presents: the Remixes. Both albums were successful, spawning such hits as "Down 4 U" and "Ain't It Funny Remix." Atkins' fifth album, Blood in My Eye, was known for tracks which were aimed at rappers 50 Cent, Eminem, Dr. Dre, Busta Rhymes, Diddy, and Snoop Dogg. Atkins released R.U.L.E. on November 9, 2004, and had hits with "Wonderful" (featuring R. Kelly), "New York" (featuring Fat Joe and Jadakiss), and "Caught Up" (featuring Ashanti & Lloyd). The album was certified gold in the U.S. Atkins recently released new tracks from his upcoming mixtape on his myspace page. The mixtape features contributions from artists such as Ashanti, Fat Joe, Nas, Black Child, Caddillac Tah and 0-1, as well as brand new signees Harry O, Young Life and The Gift. He also is releasing his first single from his upcoming album, The Mirror, titled "Free". He appeared on the remix of "Rakata" by Wisin Y Yandel. Atkins is rumored to be in the upcoming movie Saw IV. It's being filmed as of April 16, 2007 in Toronto and is scheduled to be released October 26, 2007. Produced & Directed by Xavier Thompson DIphoeniX Prodz./M.A.Y.E.™ (Mad A Yaad Entertainment™) *BROUGHT TO YOU BY thenewXAVTHATHUGGIST*
5 Aug 2010
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The Eminem Diss on Ja Rule and murder inc!! This song is also called "Do Rae Me" Great Song :D
15 Aug 2010
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Music video by Ashanti - Rock Wit U (Awww Baby). Ashanti's first single from her second studio album entitled "Chapter II." Murder Inc Records 2003.
28 Dec 2011
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ja rule featurin' donell jones & fat joe "hey ya" cool remix...rulesback
25 May 2009
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Tell me where I stand Are we gonna be hand in hand Or did I just fall in love with a friend Tell me where I stand We aint' gotta move it nowhere I just gotta know where I am (Verse 1) You gotta know what I'm feeling when I see you babe It's been a while we been dealing with each other this way-eeyh And I'm always here to wipe youre tears Lying by your side if they turnin on you I wanna be your all is what I wanna do I'm giving all I can You gotta let me know where I stand (Chorus) Tell me ...
1 May 2009
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