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Houston’s “Mixtape King” and lyrical slaughterer Chamillionaire is finally calling an end to his popular Mixtape Messiah series with the release of Volume 7 which he just made available for download on his site.  Initially dropping the first installment of his classic street album in 2004, the project went on to sell over 100, 00 copies independently.

Mixtape Messiah 7 will also be made available to a limited 100 lucky fans, in hard-copy form, along with a -color 12 panel booklet and a crisp $100 bill.  These limited edition CD’s will be autographed and the multiple ways to win them are posed on

Chamillionare fans have gone  all out in their attempts to become one of the lucky few since the announcement of the contest on July 13th, with one in particular putting up a winning eBay bid for $8,400 for a copy.

One more copy will be made available for auction on eBay in the near future and all proceeds from the sales of these 2 copies will go to the Houston advocacy agency for infants and children of incarcerated parents, No More Victims, Inc.  King Koopa has also donated his time and money to the charitable organization in the past.

Finally, those following Chamillionaire on Twitter at will have a chance to win their own copy of the limited edition CD as Chamillionaire announces a random giveaway, one CD per day, beginning today.

Cham is also in the lab working on his as yet untitled third major label release.

For more information on No More Victims, Inc. or to learn how you can help, please visit them on

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