This morning this rapper tells me he doesn't understand why cats like Lil' Boosie and Weebie, etc. get so much for shows. Or how people booking them regardless of whether they're on the charts or not. (I guess he's been rapping for the charts)
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Of course it is. But the history of the common wealth state throws many people off just as much as the music. Check below for the argument why it is:
Master P still has enough left in the tank to make power moves in hip-hop. Checkout who the No Limit General is teaming up with:
So I can tell right off the bat this blog on gangs will be one that I can dedicate at least one post a week to for a while. Some of you might think this is not the place for this, but you are wrong.
DJ Khaled drops another Dirty South ensemble. Check it out.
There's a darker side to the Rick Ross C.O. drama and it reared its ugly head recently when 40 Glocc supposedly called Lil' Wayne out in the streets of California. Rappers keeping it real or living a life that's not there own is even more dangerous when they try to rep gangs.
Devin The Dude checks in to talk about his new album and he's high on it. Peep after the break.
The Clipse never let ya down when it comes to lyrics and that hasn't changed. They kick off this album campaign wit "Fast Life". If you stayed up on their mixtape game you know they keep it consistent. Lets just hope for their sake the support stays consistent also. Check out the new video and tell me what ya think?
This weekend Trick Daddy and his new Dunk Ryder Records kick things off in a big way with Miami Stand Up 2008. Trick, Minnesota Vikings Bryant "Big Mac" McKinnie and Pleasure P will celebrate the growing Miami Entertainment Movement with Miami Stand Up 2008.
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This is what I was talking about yesterday. You see not every entertainer is controlled like most of them. Erykah Badu fired back at the critics who disapprove of her for having a third child out of wedlock. Her point was to the tune of "How dare you disrespect the Queendom…and my children and my intelligence". Snap, Snap, Snap. Don't disrespect her, respect her Queendom. For some reason when Erykah says that you feel like she's about to break out into one of them songs.
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Last year, Ronnie Bookman, the head of Houston's Studio 7303 filed a $10 million lawsuit against Prince claiming that Rap-A-Lot CEO lured him into a gym to be attacked. According to KPRC Local 2, prosecutors dismissed the case against Prince on Wednesday because of inconsistencies in some of the witnesses' stories.
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Lil Keke was and still is one of the original "Kings of the South". I say this because before there was all this major label promotion, 360 contract ventures, publicity stunts, and the internet you really had to travel town to town pushing your music until the whole south caught it and certified it. Keke is a part of that legacy. He's one of the original SUC (Screwed Up Click) members. He had one of the biggest southern anthems of all time "Southside".