For nearly two hours, Wale discussed sports with Skip Bayless on ESPN’s 1st and 10. In the final segment, he and Skip debate whether Jay-Z’s the greatest rapper of all time. Skip argued that Hov lacked stage presence and a good voice. Hov has admitted to the latter in previous interviews. Let the great debates begin.
Didn’t this guy retire? Anyway, Bow Wow turned to his blog today and said his eighth studio album and first Cash Money release will be a double disc. Like his mixtape last January, let’s hope this goes “double platinum” as well. Ha!
The baddest band in the land premiered How I Got Over‘s title track last July. Nearly a year later, the group’s dropping the album on June 8th. Bout time!
DJ Ruth Flowers won’t stop rocking til she retires. That is if she hasn’t already. At 69 years old, Ruth is one of the most popular DJ’s in Paris. She started spinning after attending her grandson’s birthday party at local nightclub. Go ‘head Granny! TLF
[vodpod id=Video.3174223&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D489556%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A489556] Continuing his conversation with 1515, Jeezy says that he was saddened by Shawty Redd’s murder charge. 24 hours into the New Year, the producer shot and killed a man inside his Atlanta home.
After a long battle with Atlantic Records, Saigon finally received his walking papers from the label. He tells Soul Culture that he owns the masters to his unreleased album, Greatest Story Never Told and wants to put out the project on his own terms. If you want something done, you gotta do it yourself.
50 Cent’s nemeses team up once again for this new track produced by Scott Storch. More than likely this will end up on Game’s R.E.D. Album. It’d be criminal for these strings to go to waste. 57th Ave