Fuck a video message, Bun’s a rapper so he spits about his future plans. Album on the way: Trill OG slated for March 2. And I can’t wait til this year’s SXSW when Rosenberg salutes the Underground King. I’ll be there. Props: NR via Keep It Trill
Breezy tells Renada Romain, he was a lil’ tight about the coverline VIBE put across his chest. And CB later claims he would never speak ill of Usher. Oh well, I know from my experience, in most cases, if the artist loves his cover too much, you didn’t do a good job. Plus we can negotiate kid, but ultimately the media does what it wants. Press privileges, punk. Sue us. Ha. Previously: New VIBE Covers: Drake x Chris Brown
On February 24, Snoop returns to daytime television on the soap opera, One Life To Live. But before the cameras roll, the top Dogg chops it up with some cast members during a read through.
“Haters gonna hate but it’s okay tho”. Even the Tiger Woods of rap can’t save the God from another misstep on one of the few listenable tracks from Allah’s latest. I don’t think this visual is gonna make the streets feel this one. The hook is atrocious. World Preemo: WSHH (Make a better player)
Been lookin’ for this album for months. It contains the sample behind my favorite track off The Ecstatic. More on that tomorrow when B.Dot and I give you RR’s Best Albums and Worst Singles of the ’09. And, oh yeah, DJ Soul is puttin the finishing touches on his custom mix for the best blog in the game. Yup, ’10 is gonna spell the end for a lot of you subpar sites. Keep up or fall off. Nuff Respect: Fullundie
[vodpod id=ExternalVideo.912549&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D468238%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A468238] Ever since the Timbo produced tracks off Jay’s BP3 leaked, speculation arose that tandem were no longer on good terms. Mosley explains to MTV how he values their friendship and believes the culprit wanted to sabotage their rapport. “I felt like, ‘What in the world? Who is trying to sabotage our friendship?‘ That bothers me. I respect my friends, because I don’t got a lot of them, and he’s one of my friends in the music industry. I […]
Last week, Gilbert Arenas and Javaris Crittenton allegedly drew their guns on each other inside the Washington Wizards locker room. Local authorities and the NBA are undergoing an investigation. Agent Zero spoke on the situation and say he’s ready to face the music. The Wizards should go back to the Bullets. Bossip Bonus: Locked & Loaded