For the latest leak off his upcoming LP, Nottz recruits the Free Agent for this collaboration. You Need This Music on October 26th, but while we wait, this gets heavy rotation for now. nr
The reigning Prince of Pop takes a crack at Killa and Vado’s club smash. Gotta give the kid credit, he did his best. yaf x jb
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It appears Diddy’s loss is Dru Ha’s gain, as Black Rob has inked up with Duck Down Records. In a statement, BR explains why he signed with the label: “If I’m going independent why not go with a team I respect, and they have always had a true family setting & environment.” Banco’s third album, Game Tested & Street Approved drops next year and will feature production from from Buckwild, Scram Jones and Pete Rock.
Crooked continues his Hip Hop Weekly series and jumps on Boardwalk Empire‘s theme song. Who would’ve thunk it? It’s not hip-hop, it’s Crooked I. MK Last Week: Paradise
Although T.I.’s due in court this Friday to deal with his own legal drama, he took some time this afternoon to assist the authorities in rescuing a man who was threatening to jump off a downtown Atlanta building. Call me skeptical but this shit is crazy. TMZ has the details: It all went down earlier this afternoon — when cops responded to a 911 call about a man who was threatening to jump off a building in downtown Atlanta … […]
Labelmates Donny G and Tony Starks performed at The Paradise Lounge in Boston for the second night of their joint tour and brought out a few guests including Sun God, Cappadonna, and Frank Dukes. Wu-Tang and D-Block ain’t nuthin’ ta fuck wit.