News: Shyne To Make Rap Comeback W/ DJ Khaled, Snags Akon & Movado Collabo
Tuesday, Dec 15, 2009 5:50PM
Shyne will reportedly make his rap game return permanent by appearing on DJ Khaled's upcoming album, Victory, alongside Akon and Movado.
A tracklisting for Khaled's new disc shows Shyne being featured on a song called "All My Life."
1. DJ Khaled Intro (feat. Diddy) 2. Fed Up (feat. Usher, Drake, Young Jeezy & Rick Ross) 3. All My Life (feat. Akon, Mavado & Shyne) 4. Victory (feat. John Legend, Kanye West, Nas & Jadakiss) 5. Put Your Hands Up (feat. Young Jeezy, Rick Ross & Plies) 6. Rocking All My Chains (feat. Soulja Boy, Bun B & Birdman) 7. Bring The Money Out (feat. Nelly, Lil Boosie & Fat Joe) 8. Untitled (feat. T-Pain & Trick Daddy) 9. She Killing Me (feat. Buju Banton & Busta Rhymes) 10. Loco With The Cake (Remix) (feat. Ace Hood & Yo Gotti) 11. Untitled 2 (feat. Fabolous & Ne-Yo) 12. Heavy In The Streets (feat. Red Rum) (Rap Radar)
The news comes just a day after New York radio personality Angie Martinez revealed Shyne's return to the studio.
"he's gr8! doing lots of giving back.," Martinez wrote about Shyne on Sunday (December 13). "big producers & execs been flyin 2 Belize & music is coming! :) @ixler21 wassup w/SHYNE?" (Angie Martinez's Twitter)
Since being deported to Belize, Shyne has been speaking to inmates, offering advice and motivation.
"I didn't blame nobody else for my mistakes," Shyne told a room of inmates. "It wasn't my co-defendant's fault that I shot somebody in the club, I take responsibility, I did that sh*t, it was a terrible mistake and I moved on. So that's what I challenge you guys to do. Don't blame the C.O., don't blame the police -- you have to take accountability for your actions and you have to decide what your future is gonna be. You can't be following what this one say and that one say, I spent 10 years in the cooker -- it's a lot of gang bangers in New York, I didn't bang because I'm universal. I'm a boss -- I mess with everybody. I had the Italian mafia, John Gotti's boys, I sit down and break bread with them. I had the Irish n*ggas, the Spanish n*ggas, the point I'm trying to make to you is that you have to be a boss. And I started this when I was young." (College Essential)
Diddy, who is also featured on the album, touched on Shyne last month and called for him to be allowed back into the United States.
"The overall feeling at the end of the day, a lot of people have always asked questions, I've never had any problem with Shyne," Diddy explained to radio veteran Funkmaster Flex. "I've never had any problem with him, I was looking forward to him coming home and just getting out here and letting people see what I saw. I think it was cut down too early, people never got a chance to see what I saw. The thing that bugs me out is people forget what was going on at the time, y'all was throwing so many stones at me telling me how Shyne sounded like Biggie. All the cats up here at [New York radio station Hot 97] was throwing stones at me and I was telling them, 'Nah, the kid got something special.' At the end of the day, when everybody go to jail, a lot of people jump on the bandwagon and it was beyond that to me...I never wish bad on anybody, I only wish somebody the best and I hope he gets to come back to the United States, he did his time and deserves to come back." (Hot 97)
DJ Khaled's Victory is set to hit stores on Tuesday, February 23, 2010.
Watch Shyne speaking with inmates down below: