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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
Nas season is here. During his visit to Angie Martinez last month, the hip-hop icon promised that new music was coming soon, and he finally gave us a taste of it. Nas joined Run the Jewels’ Killer Mike and El-P on stage during a release event for Run the Jewels 2 at Nitehawk Cinema in Brooklyn on Wednesday.
Nas, who recently wrapped his “Time Is Illmatic” tour, congratulated the duo on their new album before playing a snippet of his new single “The Season.” Rhyming over J Dilla’s “Gobstopper” beat, Nas pays homage to the late producer and reflects on being a hip-hop king unable to enjoy the fruits of his labor.
“Dilla lives on / It’s like he wrote it with me / The soulful sample compliments my rhymes so well,” he raps.
Nas denies that Jay Electronica or Jay Z inspire his rhymes (“He vacationin’”), and credits his brother Jungle as his source of inspiration.
Preview “The Season” below.
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Hip-hop mogul Suge Knight and actor-comedian Katt Williams were arrested Wednesday on “suspicion of stealing a camera from a female photographer,” according to Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.
Knight was taken into custody Wednesday in Las Vegas. Williams was arrested while appearing in court on a separate assault case. The pair are accused of taking the camera of an unnamed “celebrity photographer” in Beverly Hills in September and have each been charged with one count of robbery. If convicted, Williams faces up to seven years in prison, while Knight faces 30 years due to a prior conviction for assault with a deadly weapon.
This isn’t the first legal run-in for the duo. According to TMZ, Knight and Williams got into a fight at a Los Angeles nightclub hours after Williams was released from jail in 2012. One week earlier, the two received citations after a “disturbance,” according to TMZ. Williams was reportedly waiting in front of a Subway shop while Knight, who has acted as Williams’ tour manager, was getting a manicure/pedicure at a nail salon when police arrived. Williams was cited for parking too close to a fire hydrant. Knight’s ticket was based on outstanding traffic warrants.
In August, Knight was shot six times in the stomach and arm while partying at a Los Angeles nightclub before the MTV Video Music Awards. “People were screaming and yelling and most ran out immediately,” a witness to the scene told Us Weekly. “The floor was covered with glass from everyone dropping their drinks.” Despite being shot, Knight was able to exit the club on his accord and later laughed off the incident.
“One thing my father always taught me, no matter what it is, you never give up, you never quit if you start something,” Knight said. “When you walk in a place, you walk in one way and no matter what goes on, you leave the same — as a man. I was shot, and I wanted to make sure I got to the right place to patch some of these holes up.”
In July, Williams was sued by his former tour manager for assault and battery who claimed that Williams hit him “with such force and power that he was rendered unconscious for a period of 90 seconds.” The case is still pending.
‘Father’s Day’ is the second single from Hasan Salaam’s “Life in Black & White.” Video directed by Alex Ghassan. Available now on iTunes via Viper Records.
Jimmy challenges hip-hop lover Daniel Radcliffe to rap Blackalicious’ tongue-twisting “Alphabet Aerobics.”
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Dream Chaser Record’s own Meek Mill is finishing up the final days of his jail sentence after violating probation back in July. As Meek fans world-wide wait patiently, singer August Alsina posted a video of his phone conversation with the DC head honcho.
Last night, Cash Money Records CEO Birdman stopped by Funk Flex’s HOT 97 show, along with Rich Gang’s Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan. During the interview, Flex cut to the chase and directly addressed the situation between the YMCMB artists. Though he said he has love and respect for Tyga, he made it clear that Drake and Nicki Minaj is family and in his words, “you’re either with us, or against us”. Check out the clip…
Philly’s own NephLon Don teams up with rising up and comer DJ YRS Jerzy for a trap based released titled “Fuck Em If They Hate”. NephLon Don Don recently joined under DJ YRS Jerzy’s “DYJ Management” and will also be releasing several projects with DJ YRS Jerzy. “Fuck Em If They Hate” is something for the streets and is a certified anthem for the haters. There is alot to come from NephLon Don who is also affiliated with SoSoDef/RCA recording artist Royce Rizzy. Stay tuned for alot more material coming from NephLon Don and DJ YRS Jerzy.
There’s a new G-Unit mini documentary making the rounds, and — surprise! — it’s full of outlandish statements from one of hip-hop’s best-known crews.
Relative newcomer Kidd Kidd, who joined the label in 2011 after getting shot six times, said that those who hate on G-Unit are really just hating on the entire game.
“The chemistry that we have is just… it’s ridiculous,” Kidd Kidd told the XXL video crew (via HipHopDX). “You’re not gonna hear that nowhere else. It’s nobody else that’s in our lane talking about the things that we’re talking about. Doing the things that we’re doing. And how we doing it. So, the reunion is perfect. You can’t hate on it. If you hating on it that mean you hate hip-hop. You know? That mean you hate the whole rap culture…If you hating on me, you hating on yourself. Because at one time you was me. You was me. You didn’t have nothing…I was that dude. And I got put in a great position. And who wouldn’t want to be here right now. Just the reunion period, man is great. It’s the perfect timing right now cause everybody went through they own differences. And as you can see it came back. That’s what brothers do.”
50 Cent also chimed in with a pretty solid point.
“Nelly, the St. Lunatics, Eminem and D12, were different setups because their lead artist out of those crews had music that was so effective that it took a large period of time before the record labels and other people wanted to hear everyone else that was connected to it,” 50 Cent said. “Like me, I was conscious of them because we had already been rapping together so much. The world is acknowledging 50 Cent as a talented artist. The rest of them are just there as sidekicks and just that they’re people that I pinpointed and selected as real talents. You heard me, Tony Yayo, and Banks’ voice in the very beginning. 50 Cent Is The Future, all those early tapes, mixtapes. My life is the backdrop to G-Unit. The energy that was connected to the entire brand is 50 Cent.”