Off the upcoming “DONT FEED THE ANIMALS” compilation tape which features DANSE x DEALER x PAPERTIME x NEMS x MAINE and PHRESH
Prior to the arrest of Flatbush’s own rap phenomenon Mean 16, the streets were expecting what was sure to be a classic underground mix tape entitled “IM MEAN” Given the unfortunate circumstances of Mean’s incarceration the mix tape was never released and with time, all the recorded tracks vanished. Considering the fact that Mean’s homecoming is approaching, it’s quite ironic and perhaps prophetic, that the lost records have somehow surfaced. We are thrilled to announce to the fans that we will be releasing Means body of work now with a new name, “The Lost Tape.”
“Niggas love it when I’m locked, but hate it when I come back…cuz its like I never left”
Mixed by Dj Prince
Executive Produced by Strike UT
Shoutout to DJ Mace!
“CHILL” is the first joint to release off the upcoming BKLYN STICKUP compilation tape tentatively titled “DON’T FEED THE ANIMALS”. The tape was made in collaboration with Sho-N-Prove and should pick up right where THE GOLD TAPE left off. It is set to release next month and features the entire roster.
I know everybody seen this shit before! #Classic.
BKLYN’S own Jimmy Henchman is set to serve life in prison. Henchman was known as a hip hop Titan and at one point, certified OG. Snitching allegations may have tarnished that. Check out some info below courtesy of Wikipedia.
He was the CEO of Czar Entertainment, a rap music management company that, at one time, managed The Game, Sean Kingston, Brandy, Gucci Mane, Salt-n-Pepa and Akon. He was a well-known figure in the hip hop music industry, described in a 2012 The New York Times article as “a prince at the royal court, whose ties to rap music’s biggest stars were known far and wide.” Rosemond was behind Salt-n-Pepa’s “Shoop.”
On September 24, 1984, Rosemond pled guilty to Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Second Degree.
In 1996, Rosemond was incarcerated in a North Carolina correctional facility. While there, he provided information about his fellow prisoners.
On February 17, 1996, Rosemond was charged with possession of a firearm in Los Angeles.
On January 13, 1997, Rosemond was sentenced on the charge of possession of a firearm by a felon.
Murder for hire arrest
Rosemond has a son with Cynthia Reed, James Rosemond, Jr. Rosemond’s son, James Rosemond Jr., was assaulted by Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher and associates of a rival rap music management company, including Tony Yayo. G-Unit’s Tony Yayo was arrested in March 2007 for slapping James Jr.
In retaliation, Rosemond is alleged to have arranged to have Fletcher shot. Fletcher was killed in the Bronx on September 27, 2009.
In February 2012, Rosemond was arrested for 2009 murder-for-hire death of Lowell Fletcher. Rosemond is alleged to have arranged a murder as payback for the 2007 assault on his son. 
The Manhattan U.S. Attorney charged Rosemond with the murder of Lowell Fletcher on June 22, 2012.
As of October 2013, Rosemond is awaiting trial on these charges in Manhattan. He is expected to go to trial on murder-for-hire charges on November 18, 2013. 
Wikipedia Jimmy Henchman if you want more…