While 50 was out in Brazil the past weekend, he brought out national hero Ronaldinho out during his set in Rio de Janeiro. Upon special request, Fif performed “Hate It Or Love It”. Is the underdog still on top? urswurve
John Gotti’s 24-year-old grandson Carmine tells the NY Daily News that Rick Ross should’ve gotten consent from the late mobster’s family to name his latest album, Teflon Don. Gotti was dubbed with the alias back in the 80s after winning numerous acquittals. Carmine says: “He should have asked for permission. A standup, respectable guy would come and ask ‘If I could use the nickname,’” Agnello, who is trying to launch a music career under the name Carmine Gotti, said of […]
[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”bdot_on_star_and_bucwild”] Last week, yours truly was a guest on the world-famous Star & Bucwild Show. Star had a heavy influence on my career, so it was an honor to be invited. Along with co-host White Trash Helene, we discussed how Rap Radar came to fruition and the Internet’s impact on the game.
Regulation period is over. Now, Laws kicks it into overtime, with the re-release of his mixtape, 4:57. The no-DJ tape features four new tracks, hence the extra four minutes on the title. Download here. Tracklist after the jump. djbooth
[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”rosslive_fastdie_young”] If you want something done, you got to do it yourself. And that’s exactly what Rick Ross did as he performed “Live Fast, Die Young” without Kanye West. Teflon Don out now. SpiffTV
Now that Dame Dash has bounced back like round ball, The Village Voice has a feature on his resurrection. Below is an excerpt in which Dame discusses his separation from former business partner, Jay-Z. Read the rest here. Jay signed a three-year contract to become president and CEO of Def Jam—a position he would leave in 2008 for Live Nation. He offered the rights to the name “Roc-a-Fella” to Dash and Biggs in exchange for the recording masters to Reasonable […]
[vodpod id=Video.4064786&w=425&h=350&fv=] Touré got all up in Diddy’s business last night for the latest episode of On The Record. Puff discussed his Dirty Money crew, Biggie, business portfolio, and his father Melvin Combs. He says his pops didn’t work for hustlers Nicky Barnes nor Frank Lucas and that his murder deterred him from the streets. Interesting enough, there’s an article in the latest issue of VIBE that focuses on his ol’ man as well. nr via yardie