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
Two weeks ago Meek Mill reveal one of his newest fighters to enter the ring via Instagram. This pretty fighter goes by the name, Lee Mazin. Taliyah “Lee Mazin” Smith
Kendrick Lamar’s 2013 track ‘bi*ch Don’t Kill My Vibe’ was discussed in the trial of Oscar Pistorius today (April 10).
The Olympic athlete is accused of murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in the early hours of February 14, 2013. Pistorius says he killed Steenkamp by accident, mistaking her for an intruder. The prosecution says he intentionally killed her during an argument.
According to Associated Press, chief prosecutor Gerrie Nel referred to WhatsApp messages which revealed Pistorius and Steenkamp had argued about him playing Kendrick Lamar in his car.
A message from Steenkamp to Pistorius that was shown in court read: “I’m scared of you sometimes and how u snap at me and of how you will react to me. You make me happy 90% of the time and I think we are amazing together but I am not some other bi*ch you may know trying to kill your vibe.”
Pistorius’ replied: “I was upset that you just left me after we got food to go talk to a guy and I was standing right behind you watching you touch his arm and ignore me. And when I spoke up you introduced me which you could’ve done but when I left you just kept on chatting to him when clearly I was upset. I asked Martin to put on that Kendrick Lamar album in the car and don’t know it.”
He continued: “Granted that it was a sh*t song but you should’ve just lent forward and whispered in my ear to change it seeing as I had to drive to pick up your friend.”
Nel asked if the name of the song was ‘bi*ch, Don’t Kill My Vibe’, but Pistorius said he couldn’t remember the specific song. The prosecutor responded that Steenkamp would have been right to take offence, but “we can’t ask her”.
Chris Brown will have to appear in a Washington, D.C. court on April 23rd to fight an assault case and the next two weeks could be rough. According to TMZ, Chris Brown has been placed in general population in a Virgina jail until his court date.
TMZ cites administrative source at Northern Neck Regional Jail in Virginia confirming Brown’s arrival to the jail as an inmate. Prior to arriving at the Northern Neck Regional Jail, a Los Angeles judge placed Brown in 23 hours of solitary confinement three weeks ago.
Under Brown’s original jail terms, he would only be allowed to shower once every two days and would have no television access. However, at his new jail in Virgina, Brown has regular access to showers, exercise equipment and more.
Download: DJ Shoestring Presents “The Iron Throne”
1. DJ Shoestring Intro
2. Keep Watch-Wu Tang Clan
3. Peanut Butter Seats-Grace the Martyr
4. I’m a Villain-Nas Unreleased
5. Shotgun-DumbFounDead Parker
6. Keeping Dumb Square-The Palmer Squares
7. The Devil May Cry-The Weeknd Ft. Matty Moe
8. Not For the Weak Minded-Crooked I & Snow the Product
9. Thorns and Horns- Lupe Fiasco & Ab Soul
10.Look at Me-Nat Lott ft. 50 Cent & Uncle Murdah
11. So Long-Jelly Roll ft. Yelawolf
12. Space and Time-40 Akerz Nappy Roots
Download: DJ Shoestring Presents “The Iron Throne”
Once upon a time, about 10 years ago, it seemed plausible that Kanye West could appear on a song with the Minneapolis underground rap institution Atmosphere. Kanye was bringing backpack-rap aesthetics to the mainstream, and Atmosphere were, for a while there, the greatest and most popular backpacker group in the world. It didn’t happen. And now, 10 years later, Atmosphere have a new song called “Kanye West” on their forthcoming album Southsiders (which also features the single “Bitter“). The song isn’t about Kanye West at all; instead, as rapper Slug says, it’s about “loving something so much that you submit to the moment.” In classic Atmosphere, it’s a weirdly cathartic piece of emotionally incisive boom-bap, and you can hear it below.
Miami rapper Trick Daddy was arrested in Miramar after deputies found cocaine and a handgun in his home Thursday night, the Broward Sheriff’s Office said.
Trick Daddy, whose real name is Maurice Young, was arrested just after 10 p.m. at his home on Southwest 19th Street, according to an arrest affidavit. He was booked into jail and later bonded out.
According to the affidavit, the Broward County Drug Task Force had a “sniff warrant” to search the home and stopped Young as he was leaving in his car.
Young admitted he had powder cocaine in the home and maybe marijuana roaches but no grow house, the affidavit said.
When deputies searched the home, they found 1g of powder that field tested positive for cocaine, the affidavit said. A 9mm Sig Sauer and a box of ammunition were also found in the home, the affidavit said.
Young admitted to deputies that he is a convicted felon, with arrests for trafficking narcotics, possession of ammunition by a convicted felon and possession of cocaine, the affidavit said.
Young was charged with possession of cocaine, possession of a firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon, and driving with a suspended license.
The 40-year-old rapper is best known for his 2001 hit “I’m a Thug.”