New Cole World from the forth coming album 4 Your Eyez Only dropping Dec. 9th. They say he taking shots at Kanye, Drizzy and the Pitchfork rappers.
We got a bunch of celebs who said the same thing but I call bullshit.
So the Weeknd went all Call of Duty in the follow up to Starboy. If you like violence then you will love this video. Song is super mediocre and maybe his first dud.
Rarely would I post an interview this long with all the distractions we have on the net and in daily life but this is going down as one of the best interviews in Hip Hop History. Props to Taxstone for not getting in the way of the gospel spoken by Sigel street.
Another L for Meek. If it comes to be fact that Meek wanted Quentin Miller to write for him as well and that he beat him up over it, he has taken L’s to a whole new level.
Quentin Miller confirmed a relatively-unknown tale involving him and the Dream Chasers while chopping it up with DJ Vlad. During the interview, Vlad shows Miller an unreleased clip from his Taxstone interview where he revealed knowledge about Meek Mill confronting Miller at a Los Angeles Nike store. After reviewing the clip, Quentin admits “it’s true” before describing what all happened that day.
According to Miller, Meek Mill didn’t care for his statement denying he was Drake’s ghostwriter last Summer. “I shed blood in the Nike store,” Quentin confessed as he recalled getting confronted by the group who first wanted him to retract his claim in front of paparazzi. After telling them no, the Dream Chasers proceeded to beat him up as he made Meek Mill out to be a liar. “I’m not a street n***a so you can have it,” Miller states in reference to Meek. “You can have the tough title – that doesn’t do anything for me.”
In the Taxstone interview, the media insider also claimed Miller was beat up because he wouldn’t write for Meek Mill, a rumor the rapper wants no parts of. “I’m not going into detail about that,” he firmly stated.
Has the sneaker bubble finally burst ?
If you’ve been sneaker shopping in the past few months, you may have noticed something out of the ordinary: Air Jordan Retros are sitting in stores.
This may seem like a normal thing for the casual footwear consumer, but it’s odd for any sneaker with a Jumpman logo on it. In the past, nearly every re-released Air Jordan has been met with people lining up outside of stores and mass fanfare on Saturday mornings when Nike officially sells the product online. But that’s been dying down and at an alarming rate.
Did Nicki Minaj post bail for her brother who has been accused with the rape of a child ?
The recently married older brother of pop singer Nicki Minaj was charged on Long Island with raping a reported 12-year-old child, sources told the Daily News.
His best rant yet on the state of rap in NYC.
Hopspin who has been an outspoken critic of the state of Hip Hop these days drops his parody taking aim at Trap Rappers.
DJ Akademiks gives an on point breakdown of Meek Mill’s non-response to Drake’s diss tracks that have been heating up the net for the past week.
Wonder if Trinidad James gets anything for his phrase “Don’t Believe Me Just Watch” currently anchoring the #1 song in the country “Uptown Funk” from Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars? He at least deserves a shout out.
In episode eight of Noisey Atlanta, we examine just how quickly the ups and downs can happen in the trap world. In short, the scene moves fast. To start things off, we meet Bankroll Fresh at a barbershop and talk about the rise of his late summer 2014 hit “Hot Boy.” Then we find ourselves in the studio with the elusive Young Thug before linking with Rich Homie Quan, who tells stories of getting out of jail and eventually forming Rich Gang with Birdman and Thugger (fun fact: RHQ and Young Thug apparently went to middle school together). Later, we catch up with Trinidad Jame$ over a year after the explosion of “All Gold Everything,” showing what can possibly happen to a hyped up rapper after the machine spits ‘em out.
Rae and Ghost always deliver.
Ghostface Killah performs “Daytona 500” at the VICE 20th Anniversary Party.
In December, 2014, VICE threw a massive rager for 3,000 of our closest friends at the Duggal Greenhouse in the Brooklyn Navy Yards. VICE staged dozens of performances throughout the evening, bringing together musicians as varied as Megadeth’s Dave Ellefson to The Unicorns’ Nick Thorburn to Ghostface Killah and Lil’ Wayne, to perform some of the songs that have defined VICE over its twenty years. Hell, Jonah Hill even rapped Drake, backed by our very own Spike Jonze on guitar.
Of course we recorded the whole thing and we’ll be putting up many of these unique performances onto the VICE YouTube channel so you can check them out.
Who knew the future Spiderman could sing live so well? Hit the cut for 3005..
Dope. Best one he has done in a while.
The current King of this rap thing drops the video to the first single off his new album.
Jay Elect and Hov get together at the 10th Anniversary of the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival and give the crowd a rousing rendition of their freestyle to Drake and Soulja Boy’s “Nigga We Made It” and aptly changed it to “Brooklyn We Made It” for the hometown crowd.
Hit the jump to see his thoughts on the #BringOurGirlsBack campaign which seems to the coolest thing to do this week across the internet from some of our biggest celebrities.
Would of been so much funnier if they would of went to the hood.
Drake wanted to find out what people really thought about him, so we had him try his hand at a version of Lie Witness News. We disguised him and sent him out to ask pedestrians what they think about Drake. This is fake Drake – in “I Witness News.”
Jimmy Kimmel Live – I Witness News — Fake Drake
Little do they know that the Nation has been influencing Hip Hop since the beginning, I guess it took global superstar Jay Z for them to take notice.
via NY POST
Black people are the fathers and mothers of civilization, white men are the devil, the Christian god is nothing more than a ghost and only a small percentage of people understand the world.
These are just some of the beliefs behind the bling — the gaudy Five Percent Nation medallions worn by Jay Z and Carmelo Anthony.
Drake drops some pics of his new shoe line with Brand Jordan on Instagram. He calls these “OVO Stingray 10’s Sample Pack”. No further information on these and I guess we should be getting more details soon. Wonder what Kanye thinks of these. Hit the cut to see another shot.
Lil Wayne obviously has no PR firm that is trying to stop the bleeding from his biggest blunder of his storied rap career. After going on the radio to apologize to Miami and Lebron James (sans Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh)for his recent rant at his NBA party in Houston. That all aside, he still has not addressed this issue and the radio hosts who interviewed omitted any questions about his ‘beat the pussy up like Emitt Till’ lyric on Future’s remix of his track called “Karate Chop”. This remains something that needs to be publicly addressed and his needs to sincerely apologize to the family of Emitt Till. The estate of Emmitt Till has penned an open letter to him. Here is an excerpt below via Huff Post.
Yesterday marked a week since the “unofficial” release of “Karate Chop~remix” inclusive of your lyrics. The words we speak are powerful enough for preservation of life but also have the capacity to destroy it. When you spit lyrics like “Beat that p—-y up like Emmett Till”, not only are you destroying the preservation and legacy of Emmett Till’s memory and name, but the impact of his murder in black history along with degradation of women.
Dope song and video add another platinum plaque to Drake’s collection.
New single from Drizzy. Get it Here Link
SOURCE: Nahright, Gowherehip
This is crack and I know Chris Brown definitely is not gonna like the line about selling under 150.
According to Rap Radar this is the lovely Kyra Chaos in this version to Drake’s “Back That Ass” remake called “Practice”
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I definitely think Drake’s verse is the answer to Common’s’Sweet”.
The Lime green boots on Lil Wayne need a video all their own. I guess he was matching it with the watch.
His show was not that funny but this sure is. Hit the jump for the vid.
Definitely do not wanna hear a response Big Sean. Drake must address though cause he kinda started this with stuff he said in his interview. This is fire though. Funny thing is that everybody is using this flow now.
This is fire. The visuals are incredible and I am definitely warming up to this kid The Weeknd.
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Drake has another massive hit.
Oh yeah, San Francisco pitcher Brian Wilson is in this as well.