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Corey Miller, better known by his stage name C-Murder, is an American rapper and convicted murderer. C-Murder is the brother of both Master P and Silkk the Shocker, and uncle of rapper-actor Romeo. C-Murder has released eight albums altogether on three different labels, No Limit Records, Tru Records, and Asylum Records. His first platinum album was Life or Death, which was released in 1998.
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Comment on C-Murder Conviction Upheld by C- Murders Conviction Upheld – Real Round Table
All Hip Hop - about 6 years
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Gone For A While: Former Rapper C-Murder Loses Murder Conviction Appeal
Bossip - about 6 years
Maybe it has to do with the name… NEW ORLEANS — A Louisiana appeals court has upheld the murder conviction and life sentence for rapper C-Murder. C-Murder, whose real name is Corey Miller, was convicted of shooting a teenager to death in 2002. A three-judge panel from the state’s 5th Circuit Court of Appeal on Wednesday rejected Miller’s argument that he didn’t get a fair trial. In 2009, a jury convicted Miller of second-degree murder for shooting 16-year-old Steve Thomas during a confrontation at a nightclub. Miller claims the judge who presided over his trial allowed jurors to hear prejudicial and unsubstantiated testimony that he threatened witnesses to the shooting. He also accused prosecutors of systematically eliminating black people from the jury. But the 5th Circuit rejected those arguments. So it looks like we won’t be seeing a free C-Murder any time soon. Sad case of keeping it real going horribly wrong. Source More On Bossip! Not This Isht Again: Are R...
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Comment on C-Murder Conviction Notice Upheld by C-Murder Conviction Notice Upheld- New Jersey Hip Hop/R&B
All Hip Hop - about 6 years
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C-Murder Rejected In Court, Life Sentence Over Murder Conviction Upheld
SOHH - about 6 years
Incarcerated rapper C-Murder will continue to serve his life sentence behind bars as a Louisiana appeals court decided to uphold his murder conviction from a 2002 fatal shooting. [Visit SOHH.com for more information]
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  • 2016
    In April 2016 C-Murder and Boosie Badazz released the collaborative album entitled "Penetentiary Chances" which is all about his murder charge which he still claims his innocence from to this day.
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    In January 2016, C-Murder released a diss track aimed at 2 Chainz entitled 2 Stainz, due to the usage of the slogan and name style of his former group TRU and record label TRU Global Records.
  • 2015
    On March 24, 2015, Miller would release his ninth album Ain't No Heaven In the Pen, it would feature guest appearances from Boosie Badazz, Shy Glizzy, Snoop Dogg, Callipoe Doefus, Al, Big Be, Bloc Boyz Click, Lil Kano, Montez, G-Dinero, Lil Soulja Slim, Adrian E and Jigga.
    On February 28, 2015 Miller would announce via his website the release date for Ain't No Heaven In the Pen which is March 24, 2015.
    On January 10, 2015, Miller via his website released the official tracklist for Ain't No Heaven In the Pen.
    On January 5, 2015 Miller announced via his website that he will be releasing a new album entitled Ain't No Heaven In the Pen Bruh.
  • 2014
    On March 11, 2014 recently released rapper Lil Boosie collaborated with Miller on a song entitled "Came 2 Da Can", the song has caused major controversy due to Miller's negative remarks of his own brother and former CEO Master P.
  • 2013
    On June 11, 2013 Miller released his debut mixtape Ricochet featuring variety of unreleased tracks.
  • 2010
    In 2010 Miller released his eighth album and fourth album while incarcerated entitled Tomorrow.
  • 2009
    On August 27, 2009, Ernest Johnson, president of the Louisiana NAACP, requested an investigation into the jury deliberations.
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    In 2009 Miller released his seventh and third album while imprisoned Calliope Click.
  • 2008
    In 2008 Miller would release his sixth album Screamin' 4 Vengeance, this would be Miller's second album released while being incarcerated.
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  • 2005
    In 2005 Miller released his fifth album The Truest Shit I Ever Said, it would be his first album released while being imprisoned for his pending murder charge at the time.
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  • 2001
    In 2001 Miller would release his fourth album C-P-3.com and his final with No Limit Records, the album would only chart the Billboard 200 at number forty-five a significant decrease from his previous releases.
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  • 2000
    In 2000 Miller would release his third album, Trapped in Crime, the album was known for containing Miller's biggest and most well known single to date "Down for My N's" the single featured fellow No Limit artists at the time Snoop Dogg and Magic.
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  • 1999
    In 1999 Miller released his second album Bossalinie it would prove to be even more successful charting at number two on the Billboard 200 with first week sales of 175,000.
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  • 1998
    In 1998 Miller released his debut album Life or Death.
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    His first platinum album was Life or Death, which was released in 1998.
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  • 1971
    Born on March 9, 1971.
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