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Alabama Music Hall Of Fame

Hip Hop Achiever R.O.A. Producer Cano Cain will be honored August 28th @ 2pm at the Alabama Music Hall of Fame. Credits include: first to bring Cash Money artists and No Limit artists on a hit song “U Know My Kind ft Mr Magic B.G. Roy Jones Jr” The Last Mr Bigg hit “Wipe Me Down” R.O.A. “Giggiddybang”and both full length albums Birmingham J “Magic City” “$1000 Spot” and more from 2Pac remixes to Xay Capisce’s new hit “Harder Than Most” stay tuned. For more info 404.913.2775 or 205.213.3633 Opening Event for First Hip Hop Showcase August 28th at 2:00 p.m. The Alabama Music Hall of Fame will reveal its latest display dedicated to Alabama’s hip hop Achievers on August 28th. As part of the event, a number of North Alabama hip hop artists, including Codie G and GMANE, will participate in a Q & A hosted by Fletch of local radio station KIX96. The event will begin at 2:00 p.m. The display’s intended purpose is to make visitors aware of hip hop’s place in Alabama, and highlight different Achievers from around the state, and includes pioneers, artists, producers, entrepreneurs, and ambassadors of the genre. “This showcase is a good introduction to people about Alabama’s hip hop talent. The genre has been around for decades now, and there’s a lot more here than people realize,” said Dixie Griffin, director. In addition to biographical information about the state’s achievers, there’s also an assortment of items that show off some of the work and collaborations done by Alabama artists. “The Huntsville and Florence Hip Hop scene has been extremely proactive with this project. I think all the credit is due to them, specifically Codie G and GMane. We’ve tried to fit as much as we can into this space,” said John Moseley, curator. This will be a permanent display, and will be viewable with normal admission to the museum. For more information, contact the Alabama Music Hall of Fame at (256) 381-4417 / (404) 913-2775

A.U.A. 2007 Best Producer Of The Year Award Recipient/ – R.O.A. (producer/artist) Alabama Pioneer Award Recipient – Honorary Member Of No Limit’s Beats By The Pound/The Medicine Men 2000 – Alabama Dirty 30 Greatest Of All Time Producer Award Recipient 2003 – Roger Nichols Master Grammy Mixing Class Stankonia Studios, Atlanta 2004 – Pro Tools Engineer – Graduated Digidesign School South Beach, Miami – 2006-7 B.E.T. Rip The Run Way

The ‘cain’ in my name was given to me by street hustlers, because the music I produced was considered ‘dope’ thereby created an addiction to my sound and my production was very expensive at the height of my career i.e.’Giggiddy Bang’, etc-so instead of slanging ‘dope’ i made a living slanging a piece of my talent, which at the time was music. I now promote empowerment through talent and the arts as a solution and an escape from poverty and ignorance.Discography/ ClientsCano – Cain® has produced/ worked with the following 6TreG, Beanie Seigal, 2Pac, Amaru Records, Juvenile, Yung JocJamie Foxx,  Sean Paul “Youngbloodz“, Bohagon, B.G from the HotBoys/Cashmoney, “U know my Kind” Mr. Magic from (I Smoke I Drank) (paste this site in your browser for review, www.rapreviews.com/archive/2004_12_bodyhead.html) , Roy Jones, Jr., (Boxer) Bodyhead Ent., K-Digga,Young Buck(G-Unit) Southern Gz L.O.C., Lil Aut, Fiend “Break U Down”, Chae Stephen, Young Bleed “Til The Sun Go Down & “Gangsta Walk” Skull Duggrey “Iga Iga” 3rd Ward Stepper (half album), Wild Party Girls DVD 2004-5, Da Real Choppa, Cano – Cain® has produced R.O.A (Reality Of Alabama)-G 4 Life & Ready For Anything (both full albums) Mr. Bigg (Poppin’ My Collar) the new single “Wipe Me Down”, Blk & Myld “Love Hurts”, Lil’ Booh “Like Dat”(PlayaCon/ Dirty Thirty award recipient 2006) Lil’ Chappy “Like Dat”(PlayaCon/ Dirty Thirty award recipient 2006) Lyrisis (Dirty Thirty Single Of The Year) “Selfish” produced by Cano – Cain® copyright 2000), Birmingham J “Magic City” & “$1000 Spot”, Tela, Might Mike Dawgman Ent Lavahouse Entertainment, Capone – N – Noreaga “Blowin Up Like You Thought I Would” Gotti from Cash Money, Kane & Abel, Bet Comic View (2002) DJ Chris Coleman, Isis M. Jones hosted DJ Jukebox Thug Muzik Vol.8, T-Man,Sauce, Quebo & Polo from Jim Crow, Universal Records, Beelow, Greg Gate$ La Chat, Spark Dawg, Ska Face Al Kapone, 2Lue “Pimp2aPimp & “Summertime”, Original Producer of Ncyte, Attitude, Gp, Mr. Mal, Rated Pg’s Rome K, Rochouze, Small Tyme Ballaz, Big Duu, 8ball MJG Manager T-Cup/ Maximus “(full album)”, Kivi – “Same Number, Same Hood” & “Lets Build”, Sewed Up Ent., Boneface “Celebrity”, Trouble The Truth, Thorobred “(full album)”, Sir Vince, Taylor Boys, Str8 Thuggin’, Krazy D, Guiillotine & Mossberg, 3 Reasons, B – Locke, Queen, Tiger, Derf, Clientele, Jb, Frisk, Poppa Doo, B.o.m.b. Prod., Chip Records, H&H Records, RocHouze, Big Reese, MobTied, SLP, Pinky, RapGod, ViewMob, Mr.Moon, Dj Quiese WilliamWallace, T.E.C. Click, Zeus Ent., Bama G, Glenwood, Mary Jane, Big X, Diverse, Lil Jones Minority MacMan ent The Goons, Tommy Boy Records, Brian Todd, Mr. Monk, Help Ya Boy Records and worked alongside majors such as Mystikal, Juvenile, Noreaga, White Dawg, D-Roc from Yin Yang Twins, Brotha Lynch HungCrime Mob& more!”Has any song before ever had former Cash Money and No Limit rappers featured at the same time? The Cano Cain® produced “U Know My Kind” pulls off this seemingly impossible feat, as B.G. shares mic duties with Magic and Jones.”www.rapreviews.com – Rap Reviews”When it comes to survival of the fittest Cano-Cain is the final answer. He’s hands-down the best producer in the state of Alabama and arguably one of the best in the South. He’s Versatile, Converting From Producer To Artist With Ease. Literally Having Thousands Of Tracks At His Finger Tips, Cano Is No Rookie.”K.Thomas Editor – On Wax Magazine”

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