Getting arrested three times in one day? That's the shit we don't like. Getting a feature placement on Kanye West's new album is a great look—Being behind bars isn't. Haven't we seen this movie before? This Chiraq MC and trouble are synomnous. Drive slow, young homie.
You Played Yourself
The whole 2 Chainz robbery fiasco. The culprits. Tit for initially denying it and you fuck boys on the Internet who made him feel like he should. Ain't no shame in defending yourself by fists or by feet. It ain't safe in these streets.
Tuesday, March 08 2011 5:30 PM EST | Posted by: Rap Radar | Posted in: Uncategorized
Tonight it goes down with Yelawolf at the Highline Ballroom. The show’s nearly sold out, but some tickets are still available. Since it’s our gig, we’re giving away a pair of tickets every hour starting at 12:30 until 5:30 pm EST. At each interval, be the first to email us with your full name to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good luck.
Thursday, February 17 2011 8:36 PM EST | Posted by: Big Homie | Posted in: Uncategorized
Swizzy, along with his sons Kaseem and Nasir connect the fundamentals of learning to help promote the February 21 episode of the PBS KIDS GO! series, The Electric Company. Let’s all: listen, speak, write, read—or watch.
Before Cameron Diaz became a world famous actress, she and Snoop Dogg were students at Long Beach Polytechnical High School. During her appearance on Lopez Tonight, she tells host George Lopez that she bought weed from the Doggfather back in the day. Can’t escape the chronic.
Friday, January 07 2011 3:33 PM EST | Posted by: YN | Posted in: Uncategorized
On July 19, 2010, Young Jeezy took his talents to Ustream to give us the status of his constantly-delayed TM103. It was a fun day at the RR mansion and Da Snowman even shouted us out. But then the streaming stopped and Def Jam blasted out a new song. It was supposed to be “Who Dat on steriods”. It was gonna jump-start the project to a true release date. Then we heard the song. Oy vey! Yuck! ‘Fuckin’ thing sucks! Who still makes music with Lil Jon anyways? Click the link below if you think I’m lying about what a clunker this is. The day the music died. Mr. Jenkins hasn’t recovered since. C’mon Young!
When was the meeting when the hip-hop nation got together and decided that we wanted Nas to make an album with one of Bob Marley’s sons. I didn’t get the memo. What’s next? Cormega & The Melody Makers? Although many praised this album when it was released last May, ask yourself the last time you actually took the time to listen to this. No real replay value. This project still feels like a comfy blanket Mr. Jones hid under while he battled the personal and professional dramas of the past year. Great art is made from adversity as Kanye’s MBDTF attests, let’s hope the fiery Nas found on the last verse of “Strong Will Continue” prevails in the new year and preachy slop like the Joss Stone and Lil Wayne-guested “My Generation” goes that way. We don’t need world music from one of hip-hop’s finest. We want more boom bap like you can find here. Let’s go Esco!
Thursday, December 23 2010 3:23 PM EST | Posted by: B.Dot | Posted in: Uncategorized
Alright boys and girls, I got a pair of tickets for you and a guest to catch Joell Ortiz and friends tonight at S.O.B.’s. I’ll be giving away a set every hour until 4 P.M. first one to email me with your full name at email@example.com wins.
UPDATE: First set has been given away. Holla back at 2:16 p.m. 3:16 Last call: 4:16: Congrats to Tommy, Wayne, Mike, and Tim
Monday, December 20 2010 4:58 PM EST | Posted by: YN | Posted in: Blog, Uncategorized
Here’s the cover art for Busta’s protege’s new project. The Gift drops the day before Xmas but check dude out on Shade 45 tomorrow along with guest co-host Joell Ortiz. Freestyle session is gonna be fire! Get your tape decks ready!