Author: Big Homie

Slaughterhouse At House Of Blues (L.A.)

Friday night, the Most Dangerous Crew on the Internets hit the House of Blues on the L.A. leg of the KOD Tour. Up top, they assault the stage with “Onslaught 2”, “Sound Off”, and “Killas”. After the jump, each member takes one for the home team with a medley of hip-hop classics as well as their single “The One”. Dubs Up: WestCoastRydaz

Jennifer Lopez Lola Debuts New Video

Jenny from the Block Jennifer Lopez Lola (yeah I know) partied it up with Kim Kardashian last night at LIV nightclub in the M.I.A-O and premiered the video for her current single. Bootleg footage with decent audio and visual will do for now. Word is that her official single “Louboutins” produced by The-Dream & Tricky Stewart will be liberated within the next few weeks. Get the steppin’! Props: Nav Bonus: Ms. Fat Booties

Akon Says MJ Was Dissatisfied With Their Music

[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3743171&w=425&h=350&] Akon tells MTV that The King of Pop was never satisfied with the material they created together. He says Mike held off from releasing their music because he felt like it could’ve been better. “He was never satisfied. Like, we might have passed up ideas that I know for a fact were smashes. He’d be like, ‘Nah, nah — we got to come up with something better,’ “ Akon explained. “We can never do better ’cause his expectation […]

Talib Kweli Reflects On J Dilla

Last Wednesday at Peter Rosenberg’s Noisemakers series, Kweli reminisced on the first set of beats he received from Dilla and how Jay Dee disregarded The Grammys. Under the hood, he speaks on why Detroit is the home to the best rappers and Mr. West and Mr. Carter. Props: OKP

Snoop Dogg Used To Be A Hater

“All the niggas I hated on, I had to look in the mirror and tell myself, ‘I ain’t no hater’.” Mr. Malice in Wonderland chopped it up with Rasha Entertainment and talked about the concept and guest appearances on his upcoming album. At the 2:00 minute mark, he admits that he use to hate on Crooked I and Soulja Boy and shares the times he reached out to both artists to apologize. We forgive you Uncle Snoop.