(22) Tracks Off His Double CD "Canton Jones"
Double CD (22) Tracks "Dominionaire"
I know the "Dominionaire" is almost a year old, but with the release of some new videos, I thought it would be cool to feature his album for some of ya'll who haven't heard it yet, but are seeing the videos. What I like, is the all 22 tracks are inspired by a Psalms or passages from the Bible. Plus peep the last video that talks his "CAJO University", which gives you could kids 12-18 the opportunity to be critiqued, shaped and molded with their talent, rather they're a rapper, singer, dancer, producer or preacher.Check out "Canon Jones" talks about his album "Dominionaire" to the "Black Gospel Blog".Why a double disc? “It had been so long since I had a project out," Jones explained. "I had so much music I wanted to release. In fact, you’d be surprised how many songs did not make the album. We settled on these 22 tracks because they were the best ones to represent me at this point in time, where I am in my life.”The music on Dominionaire, explained Jones, “goes from hip hop to R&B to what we call R&P – ‘rhythm and praise’ – to jazz. There’s straight praise and worship, even a steppers' groove! There’s something on the CD for the entire family. “I make CDs for the family,” Jones added. “So if parents have children who are listening to the music, I want them to enjoy the experience as well. I don’t want it to be like, ‘Mom likes it but the kids don’t,’ and vice versa. We want it to be a family experience," Jones laughed, "almost like Disney!”On the origin of the album's title, Jones explained, “Dominion is the name of my son. We named him Dominion because when my wife was five months’ pregnant, the doctor said that his heart stopped beating. At that point, we took authority over the situation. We said, ‘Our child isn’t going to be like this.’ We took dominion over death and sickness, invoking the words of Jesus Christ. “We added the ‘aire’ to Dominion to give it that quartet feel. My dad, who sang quartet with the Nobleaires, went on to be with the Lord last year. The title in part pays respect to the quartet movement. But it also has that prestigious feel of having an abundance of dominion.”The two-CD set features a lineup of major gospel talents, including Deitrick Haddon, James Fortune, Keith “Wonderboy” Johnson and Mr. Del. Jones' wife and mother are also among the guest artists. “A lot of people pitched in to make this project happen,” Jones replied.The first single from Dominionaire, “Window,” is already impacting radio. “People need to hear something positive, they need something to look forward to,” Jones explained. “The song simply says, ‘I see a window over your head and it’s pouring out blessings.’” Most importantly, the thematic content of Dominionaire is in step with the worship warrior movement heralded by groups such as Shekinah Glory Ministry and worship leaders such as Phil Tarver. In a nutshell, it’s taking a proactive position over the forces of evil. “Dominion is the theme, taking dominion, taking authority, taking over because of the authority you have in Jesus’ name,” Jones said. “On ‘Be Healed,’ you take dominion or authority over sickness. There’s a song called ‘In Da Club,’ where you take dominion over a club where Christians wouldn’t be allowed, or at least they definitely wouldn’t be dominant."On the song, ‘That Devil,’ the line goes, ‘if anybody sees that devil, tell him I’m after him.’ Some old songs say, ‘the devil thought he had me, but I got away,’ meaning you were being chased by the enemy. ‘That Devil’ states, ‘if anyone sees the enemy, tell him I’m after him.’ It’s a different mindset from being somebody who’s kind of passive as a Christian to somebody who walks in dominion, in authority, like God told us to.“In the proactive mode, you make things happen,” Jones continued. “You take charge of the situation you are in, and you don’t necessarily wait until you are attacked. So, for example, before there’s a need for healing, we claim health. That is a proactive instead of a reactive mentality. That’s what Dominionaires are. We’re coming to take over and recover all; we’re not necessarily going to keep fighting the enemy off. We’re going to squash the enemy until he goes away!”The album encourages listeners to have confidence in their role as children of God. “If we realize we are sons and daughters of God,” Jones said, “then we will have more confidence in our ability to ask Him for what we want and need. People are familiar with ‘God will supply all your needs,’ but they are also familiar with ‘The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.’ In other words, He’s going to eliminate your wants AND give you what you need. "For example, my child may do something bad in school or be reprimanded by her teacher, but she’s still going to have food, she’s still going to have the best clothes, all of the best that I can supply her with because she is my child. She may have to go to bed early or something like that, but she will still get everything she needs simply because she’s my child."What advice does Jones have for new and emerging artists?"I tell artists, 'you were born with a distribution deal: that’s your right leg and your left leg.' You have to be aggressive. You should distribute the truth to as many people as you can, and if you are faithful over a few, God will make you ruler over many. When you’ve done all you can, passed out as many CDs as you can, and sing as many places as you can locally, then God will see that faithfulness and take you to the next level. You can’t be a superstar overnight. Before you go across the world, make sure the person across the street knows who you are."Now that their new CD has hit the stores, Canton Jones and his team are preparing to tour Germany. A Dominionaire tour is in the works for March and April of this year. “This generation is dying and they need hope,” Jones said. “We want to give our young people the truth and the truth will make them free.”
CANTON JONES ft. Deitrick Haddon, DPB, and Mr. Del
"HALLELUJAH" [Psalm 34]
Canton Jones ft. RICHIE RIGHTEOUS & G.A.
"I AM" [Exodus 3:14](REMIX)
[OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]
Canton Jones: "Window" [Mal 3:10]
"Big" [1 John 4:4] (Official Video)
"G.O.D" [Gen 28:13]
"Worshipper" [Deut 14:2]
"On The Run" [Phil 3:14]
"Im Fly" [Roman 12:3]
"Beautiful" [Psalm 139:14]
Canton Jones: Already Gone Ft D MAUB [Acts 1:8]
Canton Jones: All About The Kingdom [Prov 31]
Canton Jones: When I Ride [John 4:23]
Canton Jones: Worship You [Psalm 96:9]
Canton Jones: You Have My Heart [Prov 23:7]
Canton Jones: That Devil [Matt 8:28-33]
Canton Jones: In Da Club [Deut 11:24]
Canton Jones: Necessary [Psalm 35:18]
"I Believe In Love" [1 John 4:8]
"A Mother's Prayer" [Acts 1:14]
"Be Healed" [Isaiah 53:5]
"He Reigns" [Rev 11:15]
"Necessary" (Remix) By Canton Jones ft. James Fortune & Ramona Estell [Psalm 35:18]
Spotlighting (26) Tracks From
Bay Area (707) "Fairfield" Super Producer
(1996) 2PAC -"ALL EYEZ ON ME"
(1999) Spice 1- "Immortalized"
(2000) Jay Z "Squeeze 1st"
(2000) Jay-z, Snoop, Bleek, and Rell -"Get Your Mind Right Mami"
(2000) Jay Z, Beanie Sigel, Memphis Bleek -"Change The Game"
(2000) E-40 "Loyalty and Betrayal"
(2001) Beanie Segal -"I Dont Do Much"
(2001) Fabolous Ft Nate Dogg-"Can't Deny It"
(2001) Yukmouth Ft. Outlawz "We Gone Ride"
(2002) WC Ft Case - "Flirt" (Instrumental)
(2002) Busta Rhymes Ft Flipmode Squad & Mariah Carey "I Know What You Want"
(2002) Angie Martinez ft Sacario & Lil Mo -"If I Could Go"
(2002) Busta Rhymes- "It Ain't Safe No More"
(2002) B-LEGIT/TOO $HORT "SO INTERNATIONAL"
(2002) Erick Sermon Ft. Red Man- "React"
(2002) E-40 "It's All Gravity"
(2002) Will Smith- "Born to Reign"
(2003) Fabolous -"Not Give A Fuck"
(2003) E40 "Northern Califoolya"
(2003) E-40 ft Turf Talk "Gasoline"
(2004) Method Man-"Tical 0: The Prequel"
(2004) Mase- "Welcome Back"
(2004) Turf Tak ft E-40 and Stress "It's A Slumper"(2005) Ray Cash-"Cash On Delivery"
(2005) The Federation "Go Dumb"
(2011) RICK ROCK FT BATTLE LOCO "ROCKET" (Video)
"Rick Rock" is a cool @ss dude that I went to Armijo High School with in "Fairfield, CA". I was a freshman, when he was a senior. I had one class with him and he was crazy. Even though he was short, I thought he was so cute.
Back then he told "yo mama jokes" and was the resident "beat boxer". I even think back then he was break dancing and rapping, too.
He was hella popular and friends with my brother (Leo Wright) and friends with my son's father, (J-Bone) and I've never heard anyone have a bad word to say about him, EVER. So, when he made it, it made a city proud, it made the "Bay Area" proud.
"Rick Rock" has been platinum and gold record producer since 1994, and still make'n it happen and keep'n us clap'n. His name might not be out there like other producers names, but that doesn't take away his catalog of fame. "Rick Ross" continues to be one of the most reliable and employed West Coast rap producers of his time. His first record on a major label was "Gamers" remix by the "Conscious Daughters", but "Change The Game" with "Jay-Z" was nominated for a Grammy.
"Rick Rock" began based out of (707) "Fairfield, California" (Bay Area), but has since moved to "Sacramento, CA" but still claims "Fairfield" as home. In the early years of his career "Rick Rock" was aligned closely with "E-40", where he began earning major credits in 1996, when he contributed tracks to "2 Pac" on "All Eyez On Me" & "40's" "Hall Of Game".
In the years to follow, he cranked out productions mainly for West Coast rappers like "Keak Da Sneak", "Spice 1", and "Xzibit". Don't get it twisted, he was globally talented and he even worked with mainstream artists like "Will Smith", "Fabolous", "Mariah Carey", "Method Man", "Busta Rhymes" and more.
"Rick Rock" eventually signed a contract with Virgin Records to present a group of his own, called "Federation", who debuted in 2003, releasing the single "Hyphy", whose title would soon become a "Bay Area" movement. "WIth Rick Rock beats, yea, fella's I'll rock it".
Now, dropping his solo project, "Rocket", the producer/rapper has come full circle. He gives props and credit to another "Fairfield" super producer "Mike Mosely", for introducing him on the scene, and showing the do's and don'ts to be successful as a producer.
Still having aspirations of doing more, "Rick Rock" would like to work with "Lil Wayne". Notes his favorite producers are "Dr. Dre", "Timbaland", "Neptunes", "Pete Rock" and "DJ Premier". The artist who left the most lasting impression is "Left Eye", because she was extremely smart, talked sh*t, and had views on issues that were real unique.
What's next for the super producer? Only he knows, but rather it's in front or behind the mic, it's gonna be tight!
RICK ROCK DISCOGRAPHY:
-B-Legit ft. Rick Rock - Bag Habit off "Hard 2 B-Legit"
- B-Legit ft. Rick Rock,Harm - I'm Singlin off "Hard 2 B-Legit"
- B-Legit ft. Too $hort - So International off "Hard 2 B-Legit"
- B-Legit ft. E-40 - Straight Fool off "Hard 2 B-Legit"
- B-Legit ft. Harm - Whatcha Talkin off "Hard 2 B-Legit"
- Beanie Sigel ft. Daz Dillinger - For My Niggaz off "The Reason"
- Beanie Sigel - I Don't Do Much off "The Reason"
- Busta Rhymes ft. Mariah Carey, The Flipmode Squad "I Know What You Want"
- Busta Rhymes ft. Spliff Star - Make It Clap off "It Ain't Safe No More"
- Busta Rhymes ft. Carl Thomas "The Struggle Will Be Lost"
- C-Bo ft. C-Bo,Lil' Cyco,Pizzo,Marvaless,Thug Misses "Dub C M'd Out"
- C-Bo - Enemy Of The State off "Enemy Of The State"
- C-Bo ft. Yukmouth - Spray Yourself off "Enemy Of The State"
- Celly Cel ft. Silkk The Shocker - **** Tha World off "The Best Of Celly Cel"
- Celly Cel ft. Silkk The Shocker - **** Tha World off "The G Filez"
- DJ Clue ft. Jay-Z,Daz Dillinger,Kurupt,Beanie Sigel,Memphis Bl
"Change The Game Remix - from The Professional 2"
- DJ Clue ft Ghostface Killah,Raekwon -Cream 2001 off "The Professional 2"
- E-40 ft. Kaveo - $999,999 + $1 = A Mealticket
- E-40 ft. Rankin Scroo - Act A Ass off "Breakin News"
- E-40 ft. Fabolous - Automatic off "Grit e Grind"
- E-40 ft. Ice Cube - Behind Gates off "Loyalty And Betrayal"
- E-40 - Breakin News off "Breakin News"
- E-40 - End Of The World off "Grit e Grind"
- E-40 - Fallin' Rain off "Grit e Grind"
- E-40 ft. Turf Talk,Doonie - Gasoline off "Breakin News"
- E-40 - Hot [produced by Rick Rock off "Breakin News"
- E-40 ft. Turf Talk "I Got Dat Work"
- E-40 - It's A Man's Game off "Grit e Grind"
- E-40 - It's All Gravity off "Grit e Grind"
- E-40 - It's Pimpin' off "Loyalty And Betrayal"
- E-40 - Loyalty And Betrayal off "Loyalty And Betrayal"
- E-40 - Married To The Ave off "Breakin News"
- E-40 ft. A-1 - Mayhem off "The Element Of Surprise"
- E-40 ft. San Quinn,B-Legit,E-A-Ski,Messy Marv,Keak Da Sneak
Northern Califoolya off "Breakin News"
- E-40 ft. DJ Kay Slay - One Night Stand off "Breakin News"
- E-40 - The Element Of Surprise off "The Element Of Surprise"
- E-40 - The Slap off "Grit e Grind"
- E-40 - Why They Don't **** With Us off "Grit e Grind"
- Edi and Kastro ft. Outlawz,Yukmouth,Hellraza -Born A Souljah off "Blood Brothers"
- Erick Sermon ft. Keith Murray - Hold Up Dub off "React"
- Fabolous ft. Nate Dogg - Can't Deny it - off "Ghetto Fabolous"
- Fabolous - Not Give A **** off "Street Dreams"
- Jay-Z ft. Memphis Bleek, Beani Sigel "Change Tha Game"
- Jay-Z ft. Snoop Dogg -Get Your Mind Right Mami
- Jay-Z - Parking Lot Pimpin off "Dynasty: Roc-La-Familia]"
- Jay-Z - Squeeze 1st [produced by Rick Rock off "Dynasty: Roc-La-Familia"
- Jayo Felony ft. Spice 1 - Gang Bangin **** off "Crip Hop"
- Keak Da Sneak ft. Rankin Scroo - Freakalistic off "Copium"
- Keak Da Sneak - Hi-Volume - off "Copium"
- Keak Da Sneak ft. E-40 - T-shirt, Blue Jeans and Nike's off "Copium"
- Keak Da Sneak ft. E-40 - T-Shirt,Blue Jeans And Nike's off "Copium"
- Keak Da Sneak ft. Dola Ike - What It Do - off "Copium"
- Keak Da Sneak and Agerman - Hit The Gas Again off "Dual Committee"
- Killa Tay ft. Cosmo - Snake Eyes- off "Snake Eyes"
- Left Eye ft. Jazze Pha - Jenny - off Supernova]
- Ma$e ft. Puff Daddy - Breathe,Stretch,Shake - off "Welcome Back"
- Ma$e - I Owe - off "Welcome Back"
- Ma$e - Into What You Say off "Welcome Back"
- Mac Mall - Intro - off "Untouchable"
- Mac Mall - Outro - off "Untouchable"
- Mack 10 ft. Jazze Pha - Keep It Gangsta off "The Paper Route"
- Marvaless ft. Killa Tay - Bonnie e Clyde - off "Fearless"
- Marvaless ft. Dooni Baby - Eyez On The Prize (Radio) - off Fearless]
- Marvaless - Fearless - offFearless]
- Marvaless ft. Laroo - Ghetto Tales - offFearless]
- Marvaless - Nightmare - off Fearless]
- Marvaless - The Struggle - off Fearless]
- Mc Eiht - Compton Bomb - off We Come Strapped]
- Messy Marv ft. Missippi - Hypnotic - off Disobayish]
- Messy Marv ft. Ive Low - Well... - off Disobayish]
- Method Man ft. Streetlife - The Prequel - off Tical 0, The Prequel]
- Phife Dawg - Tha Club Hoppa - off Ventilation: Da LP]
- Pizzo ft. E-40 - Godzilla - off Major Work Soundtrack]
- RBL Posse - An Eye For An Eye - off An Eye For An Eye]
- RBL Posse - Concrete Jungle - off An Eye For An Eye]
- RBL Posse ft. Mc Eiht,Tela,TQ - Gotta Get Mine from Bootlegs and Bay **** (The Resume)]
- RBL Posse ft. Tela,TQ,Mc Eiht - Gotta Git Mine - off An Eye For An Eye]
- RBL Posse ft. Big Lurch,Mystikal,Doonie Baby - How We Comin' - off An Eye For An Eye]
- RBL Posse ft. Doonie Baby,Kinsmoke - No Time 4 That - off Bootlegs and Bay **** (The Resume)]
- RBL Posse - The Individual - off An Eye For An Eye]
Rep Power: 3022985 - Richie Rich ft. 2Pac - Niggas Done Changedoff Seasoned Veteran]
- RL ft. Jermaine Dupri - Ghetto - off Hardball Soundtrack]
- Spice 1 - 187 Proof (2 Thougin') - off Immortalized]
- Spice 1 ft. Danesha Simon - Can I Hit It? - off Immortalized]
- Spice 1 ft. Den Fen,Kyoz - **** The World off Immortalized]
- Spice 1 ft. Cherelle Fortier - Gone With The Wind off Immortalized]
- Spice 1 - High Powered -off Immortalized]
- Spice 1 - Immortalized -off Immortalized]
- Spice 1 - Kill Street Blues - off The Black Bossalini]
- Spice 1 ft. Half-A-Mil,Ike Dirty - Ride Fo Mine - off Immortalized]
- Spice 1 ft. Too $hort,Yukmouth,Roger Troutman - Suckas Do What They Can (Real Playaz) - off Immortalized]
- Spice 1 ft. Saafir - Thug Poetry - off Immortalized]
- Spice 1 - U Can't Fade Me - off Immortalized]
- Spice 1 - Wanna Be A G -off The Black Bossalini]
- Spice 1 ft. Noreaga - What The **** - off Immortalized]
- State Property - Do You Want Me - off State Property]
- Tha Eastsidaz ft. Kokane,Rick Rock - Sticky Fingers - off Duces 'N Trayz The Old Fashioned Way]
- The Federation - Crazy (Skit) - off Federation - The Album]
- The Federation - Damn -off Federation - The Album]
- The Federation - Damn (Interlude) -off Federation - The Album]
- The Federation - Donkey - off Federation - The Album]
- The Federation ft. Next Level - Ghetto Love Song off Federation - The Album]
- The Federation - Go Dumb -off Federation - The Album]
- The Federation - Go To Work -off Federation - The Album]
- The Federation - Hoes In Here - off Federation - The Album]
- The Federation ft. E-40 - Hyphy - offFederation - The Album]
- The Federation ft. Undaflow - In Love With A Hoodrat -off Federation - The Album]
- The Federation - Intro off Federation - The Album]
- The Federation - Mayhem - off Federation - The Album]
- The Federation - Momma Dot (Skit) off Federation - The Album]
- The Federation - Sickness - off Major Work Soundtrack]
- The Federation ft. Daz Dillinger - We Ride off Federation - The Album]
- The Federation ft. Twista,Undaflow - What If I Had A Gun [produced by Rick Rock - from Federation - The Album]
- The Federation ft. Dorado Red - What It Is [produced by Rick Rock - off Federation - The Album]
- The Federation ft. Kinsmoke,Battle Loc - You Don't Want It off Federation - The Album]
- The Federation - You Might See Mek -off Federation - The Album]
- Turf Talk ft. Droop-E,B-Slimm - Don't Do It -off Street Novelist]
- Turf Talk ft. E-40,Stress - It's Ah Slumper off Street Novelist]
- Turf Talk ft. E-40 - The Soil off Street Novelist]
- WC ft. Case - Flirt off Ghetto Heisman]
- West Coast Mafia Gang ft. 151,Lil' Cyco,C-Bo,Gotti - Gangsta- off Gang Affiliated]
- West Coast Mafia Gang ft. Gotti,Lil' Cyco,C-Bo - I Ain't For The Games - off Gang Affiliated]
- Xzibit - Break Yourself [produced by Rick Rock - off Man Vs Machine]
- Xzibit ft. Snoop Dogg - D.N.A. (Drugs-N-Alkahol) off Restless]
- Xzibit - Missin U off Man Vs Machine]
- Xzibit - Mutha****a - off Weapons of Mass Destruction]
- Xzibit ft. Dr.Dre - Symphony In X Major - off Man Vs Machine]
- Yukmouth ft. Outlawz - We Gone Ride - off Thug Lord The New Testament]
RICK ROCK FEAT BATTLE LOCO
"All Eyez On Me"
(1999) Spice 1
(2000) Jay Z
(2000) Jay-z, Snoop, Bleek, and Rell
"Get Your Mind Right Mami"
(2000) Jay Z, Beanie Sigel, Memphis Bleek
"Change The Game"
"Loyalty and Betrayal"
(2001) Beanie Segal
"I Dont Do Much"
(2001) Fabolous Ft Nate Dogg
"Can't Deny It"
(2001) Yukmouth Ft. Outlawz
"We Gone Ride"
"It's All Gravity"
(2002) Busta Rhymes Ft Flipmode Squad
& Mariah Carey
"I Know What You Want"
(2002) B-LEGIT/TOO $HORT
(2002) WC Featuring. Case -
(2002) Angie Martinez feat Sacario & Lil Mo
"If I Could Go"
(2002) Busta Rhymes
"It Ain't Safe No More"
(2002) Erick Sermon Ft. Red Man
(2002) Will Smith
"Born to Reign"
(2003) E-40 ft Turf Talk
"Not Give A F*ck"
(2004) Turf Tak ft E-40 and Stress
"It's A Slumper"
(2004) Method Man
"Tical 0: The Prequel"
"Welcome Back Mase"
(2005) The Federation
(2005) Ray Cash
"Cash On Delivery"