TOMMY LEE To 'Rap The Vote' On Hip Hop Mixtape

September 14, 2004

Former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee is one of the guest artists on a mixtape aimed at mobilizing the hip hop generation to register to vote. The mixtape, which was compiled by G UNIT's DJ Whoo Kid in conjunction with Rock the Vote, the leading non-profit, non-partisan youth voter organization, features 29 exclusive songs and freestyles from Pharell, Snoop Dogg, Alicia Keys, Jadakiss, G UNIT's Lloyd Banks, Game And Youngbuck, Youngbloodz, Twista, Akon, Sleepy Brown, Bump J, Marvin Gaye, Monica, Jill Scott, Brandy and a track with the late Rick James produced by Kanye West. It also features guest appearances by Lee (on a track called "Rap the Vote"),Halle Berry, Nas, P Diddy, Mary J Blige and many more.

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