Tataee wanted the group to re-record the vocals for every song that was to be included on the album, while he produced new beats for the updated versions of the tracks. Nobody also joined later but, due to a lack of interest and involvement, quit in early , before the group recorded any songs. The album sold over , copies and has remained one of the best-selling compilation albums released in Romania. Cum a decurs prima lor intalnire si ce meserii ar fi avut Tataee, Uzzi si Caddy daca nu se apucau de rap”. As “Pantelimonu’ Petrece” Pantelimon ‘s Having A Party had been one of their first signature hit-songs, the record was released as a single in mid, with a music video also directed by Marian Crisan. The album included notable guests such as Don Baxter and DJ Freakadadisk , members of Romanian group Morometzii at the time, who would go on to become two of the most notable figures in Romanian hip hop.
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Refusing to take into account that the violent lyrics were not actually performed in a public place, the Romanian Police forces arrested the five artists, charging them with outrage against good customs.
Mafia – Viata Noastra feat. The paperwork was finalized in and the newly formed Casa Productions entered the Romanian music market a year later, when the group released the B. The only song that was released from the sessions was on the Baieti buni -soundtrack single Strazile The Streets. Retrieved September 12, Oncescu parted ways with the group in citing creative differences and stated that he remained in good terms with them.
They began working with Romeo Vanica, a keyboardist who had been a member of the Romanian rock group Mondial, who agreed to allow them to use his studio equipment for music production in as they started creating more songs for an English debut album, tentatively titled Breakin’ da Law.
Despite being independently produced on a modest budget over just a few months intheir debut album Mafia signified the birth of Romanian gangsta rap and established them on the fledgling hip hop scene emerging at the time in Romania. Despite the album’s poor sound quality and virtually inexistent label promotion, it created enough controversy around the group to allow them get signed by Cat Music, one of the largest Romanian record labelspaving their way to national superstardom.
This page was last edited on 8 Aprilat Mafia after a few live appearances with them in Retrieved 29 January Retrieved May 18, Influenced by the massive discreditation campaign started by the Romanian media after the success of ‘s De mafathe album was very liberal and experimental with production and songwriting techniques for its time in Romanian music. Mafia’s most lengthy album, also the first in the group’s history not to have any female guest performers.
The group’s notoriety also prompted some inmates incarcerated at the Rahova State Penitentiary in Bucharest to request a B. Group producer Tataee employed several new production techniques and this mafix reflected in the overall sound of the album, as well as in the way it was received by its fans and bgu.
Starting in latethe group started work on a greatest hits album that was to take them just under 6 years to complete. Retrieved August 29, The legal incident that had occurred in February reflected in the album’s sales, as it moved an impressive 55, units with no music video or radio single promoting it.
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The live performance took place in mid and is frequently mentioned by TataeeCaddilac and Uzzi as a very special and meaningful moment in the group’s history.
As Cat Music had grown into a fully professional record labelthe group started to get noticed by the romanian media. A commercial failure, it sold just over 1, units and it led to the group’s disbanding and the release from their contract in The group had been interested in founding a mafla label since the late s so they could obtain more creative control in producing their own music and also sign and develop new artists.
The album sold overcopies and has remained one of the best-selling compilation albums released in Romania. The first single was the title track “Viata Noastra” Our Life. In a interview, Oncescu claimed that the reason he parted hug with Mafia was a financial misunderstanding.
Nobody also joined later but, due to a lack of interest and involvement, quit in earlybefore the group recorded any songs. Mafia – Pantelimonu’ Petrece feat. Hip hop Gangsta rap Hardcore hip hop G-funk.
The album sold over 40, copies and was certified gold in Romania. Group producer Tataee mentioned that the group would employ a new approach to music since the Internet had played a crucial role in the demise of the compact disc -era in the musical industry.
The album was initially planned to be released in late but Ines changed their location, upgrading their recording technology, making group producer Tataee to insist for a re-do of the whole album in the new studio. Aside from Casa Productions, each group member founded his own label for personal projects. Even though their lyrical abilities have refined over the time, the group reflected the rising anger of the urban youth detailing aspects such as urban violence or the rising poverty of the Romanian working class in post-communist Romania in their debut work.