Soccer Mom Calls Out Chamillionaire
Shila Mitra, aka Soccer Mom, is a partner with Kingwood, TX music distribution company BCD Music Group, the same distributor that helped Chamillionaire put his music in stores before he received national exposure and signed with Universal Music Group.
According to a statement issued by BCD, Chamillionaire ended his relationship with the company in September 2005 and then allegedly made slanderous remarks about the company. These comments drew the ire of Mitra, who created the song "Jamrags" and included it on Road Trip Vol. 5: Revenge of the Jew, an upcoming album to be released by BCD Music Group.
Rapping over the beat from Jay-Z's "A Million and One," Mitra ridicules Cham's private parts and refers to him as a "jamrag," which is British slang for a used maxi pad.
Mitra says "Jamrags" is her first and last attempt at rapping, however she executive produced Revenge of the Jew, which includes songs by more skilled MCs including Willie D of The Geto Boys , Domino, Lil Flip and Memphis Bleek.
Other notable contributions come from deceased Def Jam rapper K-Ruger, who passed in September, and Meechie aka BLOA of STR8 Lace Records. Chamillionaire's DJ OG Ron C also contributes a song from his group The Wreckin Yard.
Road Trip Vol.5: Revenge of the Jew hits stores January 24.