Posts Tagged: C Murder

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EXCLUSIVE: Lil Soulja Slim Says He Recorded At C-Murder’s House, Forms Group With B.G. And Juvenile’s Sons

(AllHipHop News) While Louisiana prison officials continue an investigation into whether or not C-Murder recorded new music while incarcerated at Angola Prison, Lil Soulja Slim has confirmed in an AllHipHop exclusive interview that he recorded music with C-Murder while the TRU Records founder was on house arrest. Lil Soulja Slim, son of the late New Orleans… Read more »

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C-Murder Under Investigation For Recording Album & Releasing Music Video

(AllHipHop News) In January, AllHipHop.com broke the news that incarcerated rapper C-Murder is set to partner with Boosie Badazz for a joint album titled Penitentiary Chances. Then earlier this month, AllHipHop.com premiered C-Murder’s “Dear Supreme Court” music video. According to reports, the New Orleans native’s decision to release vocals while behind bars could land him in trouble. [ALSO READ: EXCLUSIVE:… Read more »

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Supreme Court Upholds C-Murder Conviction; Sets Precedent for Criminal Case Convictions

(AllHipHop News) Multi-platinum New Orleans rapper C-Murder was on the losing side of a Supreme Court verdict yesterday (February 19), that will uphold his life long sentence for allegedly murdering a 16-year-old fan in 2002. While the Supreme Court ruling keeps the former No Limit rapper and TRU Records label head behind bars, organizations like… Read more »

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Supreme Court Could Decide Rapper C-Murder's Fate Next Week

(AllHipHop News) Incarcerated Hip-Hop star C-Murder will learn his fate on Tuesday (November 27), when The Supreme Court of New Orleans rules on his murder conviction. C-Murder, born Corey Miller, is currently serving a mandatory life sentence at Angola State prison, in Louisiana. C-Murder, 41, was convicted in 2003, for the 2002 shooting of a… Read more »

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C-Murder Conviction Upheld

(AllHipHop News) Louisiana rapper C-Murder’s sentence was upheld today in a Louisiana appeals court. The rapper, whose real name is Corey Miller, is the brother of Percy Miller, also known as No Limit Forever founder Master P. The three judge panel from the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals denied Miller’s defense that he didn’t get… Read more »

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