While no doubt among New York's elite mixtape DJs, Cutmaster C didn't limit himself to just the East Coast, expanding his reach to the national rap game while still retaining his ties to N.Y.C.'s finest. He particularly garnered a lot of notice for his Live From Central Bookings mix, which boasted a recorded phone conversation with 50 Cent, who was locked up at the time for his New Year's Eve 2002 incident. Cutmaster C didn't stop there and kept busy, churning out a number of other mixes, among them Ghetto Platinum (hosted by Jermaine Dupri), Bonnie & Clyde (hosted by MTV's La La), East Coast Killa/West Coast Killa (a collabo with DJ Vlad hosted by Sway), and Everything's Still a Go! (Murder Edition) (highlighting the Ja Rule and Irv Gotti collabo "Guess Who Shot Ya" dissing 50 Cent).


01. 1999
02. 24th B-Day
03. Blends & Treats
04. Christmas Gifts
05. Cut vs The World
06. Cutmaster C's Birthday Tape 1
07. Cutmaster C's Birthday Tape 2
08. Dirty Money Tape 1
09. Dirty Money Tape 2
10. East Coast Killa/West Coast Killa
11. Follow The Leader
12. Fortune 500
13. Friday The 13th
14. Get Down Or Lay Down
15. Get Down Or Lay Down Part 1 1/2
16. Hell Up In Queens Tape 1
17. Hell Up In Queens Tape 2
18. Home For The Holidays
19. I Run This
20. In Your Face The Indictment
21. In Your Face Pt. II
22. Imaginary Players Part 1
23. It's So Hot Baby
24. Last Man Standing
25. New York Undercover
26. Only God Can Judge Me Gettin Stupid Pt. 2
27. R&B Getaway
28. Scandelous
29. Silent Murder
30. Spring Butter
31. Summertime Warning
32. The Draft Pt. 2
33. The Executioner
34. The Unforgivin
35. The World Is Mine
36. [[[Cutmaster C - The Worlds Most Dangerous Part II |The Worlds Most Dangerous Part II]]
37. Too Hot For Mix Tapes New York Undercover Part 2
38. Thugz Paradise
39. We From Queens
40. Worldwide
41. World Series, Let's Play