Brooklynn native Joey Bada$$ stops through to sit down with The Breakfast Club and while there he discussed where his sounds come from, his first video being on WSHH, the option of signing with Roc Nation but he turned it down, he also discusses the beef situation with Lil B & much more. Advertisements
My big sis RatheMC @RatheMC comes through with this new banger of a single titled Chris Brown. Save your Seth Macfarlane jokes, the DC rapstress isn’t playing with her aggressive flow approach taken but even slows down and softens it up a bit on the bridge. Ra pays homage to Biggie, Chris Lighty and Chris…Details
S-Shasta recruits French Montana for his latest club banger which is titled “Top Back & Faded”. S-Shasta who is originally from the Virgin Islands and now resides in NYC is looking to make a splash in the club with his latest offering. A co-sign from French is certainly a step in the right direction with…Details
Meek Mill announces on MTV that Dream Chasers 3 will be dropping sometime in April. According to Meek he feels like Dreamchasers 2 set the bar and he wants to come even harder with Dreamchasers 3. He also speaks on the possibility of a Wale & Meek Mill collab project.
I reported on this last week and we finally have a verdict almost 2 years later in the murder of rapper Slim Dunkin. Yung Vito whose real name is Vinson Hardimon was acquitted of murder & felony murder but he will spend the next 25 years in jail on charges of aggravated assault with a…Details
The beautiful songstress ESNAVI popped up again, this time on VH1’s Mob Wives. We last saw her at half court singing the national anthem at the Knicks Vs Cavaliers in Madison Square Garden. Check ESNAVI out soulfully crooning Amazing Grace at the 29:00 Mark of this weeks episode.
Trae The Truth decides to recruit Rich Boy & Twista for his latest visual ‘Gutta Chick’ and ATL native Wayne Blazed assists with a dope hook. This track can be found on Trae’s ‘Tha Blackprint’ mixtape.
Ranting In Paris. Kanye West has been on the loose, city-to-city with a new tangent for every stage, this time at Le Zenith in Paris, Yeezy put himself next to Picasso, Walt Disney, Basquiat and Steve Jobs. Whether you agree or not is not nearly as important as the fact Ye did in fact promise…Details