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One fan used the word “meh” to describe the first-round selection made by the Eagles in the 2014 NFL Draft. Another asked a question others had: “Who?” Then there was
The MMG machine can’t be stopped. With Rick Ross’ Mastermind in stores, Meek Mill has announced the title of his sophomore album. Dreams Worth More Than Money, the follow-up to
Although the Nicki Minaj version, “Lookin’ Ass N*ggas,” wasn’t posted, (wasn’t in the mood to hear some of you dudes cry), Cassidy sends a response to Nicki, which isn’t a
Billionaire Boyscout, super-producer hailing from the southside Chicago suburb, Dolton,Illinois, has already worked for several industry names including French Montana, Rick Ross, Gucci Mane, Wiz Khalifa, Waka Flocka, Supanatra, LEP Bogus Boys, 2Chainz, Cashout, Space Jam Jaye, Don Perrion, Legend Mane and Katie Got Bandz all under the age of 25. Scout spent the bulk of his adolescence in school learning how to diligently prepare for his craft of musicianship. He spent a year of college at Northern Illinois Univeristy studying Business and Fashion Design, but decided to leave when he found his heart was in music solely. After years of working with many artists such as French Montana first mainstream hit, Choppa Choppa Down, Scout decided to spend a year working on his debut EP, 9.5, inspired by a 2013 work related accident where Scout suffered the traumatic partial amputation of his dominant ring finger. His debut EP will be released on August 19st, 2014, the 1 year anniversary of his accident.
Slide Dillinger spent the majority of his adolescence in school as well as the streets as a teen he spent his time in the harsh streets of Buffalo, NY. At the age of 16, he moved with his mom to Charlotte, North Carolina, where he started his music career after meeting his current engineer, Jeff9v. By the age of 19, Slide started to get recognition for his rapping skills. Slide, now approaching 23, is currently working on his debut EP, The Wake, as well as a soon to be named independent album.
Fabolous has enlisted Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj for his album Loso’s Way 2. The Brooklyn native spoke to MTV News and Rap-Up TV about what we can expect on the upcoming album.
After the success of the last collaboration with Breezy in 2013 for “Ready,” Fab called up singer for another collaboration. “I just flew over to L.A., played it for him, he liked it, did it right there on the spot, and now it’s in the can and ready to go,” Loso told MTV News. “What’s crazy about the record too is it kinda steered the direction of where the project’s gonna go.”
While in L.A, Fab also reunited with Nicki Minaj. “I reached back out to her as well when I was out in L.A., so we got something coming in the works too,” he revealed. “I think it was a mixup that the record was me, Chris Brown, and Nicki, but it’s not. It’s two separate records.”
So when can we expect the sequel to 2009’s Loso’s Way? There hasn’t been a release date yet, however, Fab is hard at work in the studio, giving us a little bit of old Fab, but a lot of new Fab too.
“I’ma give you what I do and some collaborations here and there, but definitely some evolution as an artist, as a man, as a father, as a friend,” he told Rap-Up TV. “Just talking about some real shit and still doing what I do, giving you some witty lines, giving you some catchy stuff for the ladies. Just good music overall.”
Christmas to the NBA is like Thanksgiving to the NFL. Some of the best teams and biggest rivalries in the league come together on Christmas to battle it out. One of the biggest stories this year is of course LeBron James returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers and leaving the Miami Heat, that coupled with Dwyane Wade saying James is his new favorite opponent makes his return to Miami quite an anticipated game and the league knows it.
via Miami Herald:
Though the NBA’s schedule will not be finalized and released until mid-August, an unofficial internal schedule of select games has Cleveland playing the Heat in Miami on Christmas on ABC, according to a person familiar with the situation.ABC wants Heat-Cavaliers that day and the NBA is sensitive to ABC’s wishes. James returned to the Cavaliers this offseason after spending four seasons with the Heat.
This would be the Heat’s sixth consecutive Christmas game, but just the second at home during that stretch. Last Christmas, the Heat beats the Lakers 101-95 in Staples Center.
As YMCMB head honcho Lil Wayne made his exit from the famous Supperclub in Los Angeles with Christina Milian, a bunch of Crips made their presence known. Being that Wayne is very vocal about his gang-related life, it’s no surprise that things like this happen. Luckily, Weezy’s security escorted him into his car before the altercation escalated and got physical. Check out the video below.
The rap game has been incomplete ever since Remy Ma got charged back in 2008 for shooting a female in the stomach. After a long six and a half year bid, July 31st is finally here and Remy Ma is HOME! The rap game has changed as far as femcees are concerned and everyone is interested to see how the Bronx bomber will react to Nicki Minaj and Iggy Azalea’s extreme come-up in the industry while she was away. People tend to dub Remy as the most talented female rapper, so she will either collab with her fellow women artists or it’ll be beef like the Lil’ Kim drama years ago. Regardless– we finally have Remy home so now all we can do is wait and see what her first move will be. To celebrate her freedom, check out some of my fav Remy song’s below. WELCOME HOME, REMY!
Accompanied by a Biggie Sample, Mobb Deep and The LOX collaborate for visuals for “All A Dream” off of Havoc and Prodigy’s The Infamous Mobb Deep LP. Watch the visuals from the two rap crews together above.
Joey Bada$$’ “B4.DA.$$” is coming, so here’s a snippet of what’s to come with J57 on the beat.
Looks like Lil Wayne will have to start dropping verses with soccer references.
The New Orleans rapper, an avid basketball fan who has spent time getting kicked out of Oklahoma City Thunder playoff games and giving bizarre interviews at the NBA All-Star Game, is starting his own sports management company, reports TMZ.
His first client will be Cristiano Ronaldo, according to the gossip site.
The international soccer star and Weezy are good friends, so much so that Ronaldo tweeted out a photo with the Prime Minister of Japan, among other politicians, and they were all throwing up the Young Money/Cash Money sign, used by Wayne and those on his record label of the same name.
The report says Lil Wayne’s company will “handle Ronaldo’s sports management affairs in the Unites States” and will work with PolarisSports, which is affiliated with GestiFute and CAA, which represents newly re-signed Knicks All-Star Carmelo Anthony.
When rapper Nas signed on for Dr. Henry Louis Gates’ latest “Finding Your Roots” series, he didn’t expect to end up looking at the 1859 bill of sale that transferred ownership of his third great-grandmother Pocahontas to a Southern slaveholder.
“First I was enraged when I looked at it,” he told TV writers here. Then he added, half-joking, “I was like, that guy that owned property owes me some cash. My people made him really wealthy, so maybe I should find his family and talk.”
But seriously, said Nas, the first rapper in the PBS series that resumes Sept. 23, “I thought I would never know anything about my family past my grandparents, and I was willing to just accept that because I had no way of finding out.
“So when I saw the bill of sale, I had to stop and deal with that for a moment. This is a sale of a human being. This was business here in this country.”
Gates later said that when he finds a case where a white and black person may have the same white ancestor — often a slaveholder — the only way to confirm that suspicion is to have both descendants take a DNA test.