Yesterday on Green Lantern’s Invasion Radio, Snoop speaks on his rant at the 1995 Source Awards. Afterward, he touches on the beef between Biggie and 2Pac and says B.I.G played him “Somebody’s Got To Die” before he was murdered.
After speaking on his own debut album, Cole names his favorite inaugural LPs. Good things come in threes. 57thAve
According to Rap Godfathers, T-Pain, Lil Wayne, and Ne-Yo’s mammies are poised to launch a new talk show called, Dinner Table Discussions. No word as to where the show will be broadcasted, but the program will focus on the current state of affairs. In a statement, Pain’s mom Aliyah Najm said, “Our vision is to be a premier talk show that delivers a creative and informative format that assists viewers in educating and solving challenging issues.” She added, “There are […]
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[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3934383&w=425&h=350&fv=] One minute the song’s called “Play Ball“. The next, it’s titled “4 My Town”. Who can keep up? Well, before the official clip drops, check out some behind the scenes footage with Drake and Uncle Stunna. Wait, Uncle?! DG
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3934070&w=425&h=350&fv=] FYI: Wikipedia is not a reliable reference source. Often times, there are inaccuracies found within a subject’s page. With that said, The Wikipedia Files chopped it up with Lupe Fiasco to verify his biography. And sure enough, by the end of the interview, Lu found a mistake. HHNM via CN