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Asher Roth Changes Album Title

[vodpod id=Video.15359045&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Asher recently sat down with Power 106 in L.A. and spoke on a few things which included, revealing that is upcoming album will now be called, Is This Too Orange instead of The Spaghetti Tree. He’s also droppin’ a mixtape, Paps & Jazz which should be coming soon. hhnm

Lupe Calls Himself The Best Rapper

[vodpod id=Video.15358818&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Lupe returned to his native Chicago yesterday and at the 4:20 mark, planted his flag on The Throne, Lil Wayne and Drake. After all, two is not a winner and three nobody remembers. “When you’re done Watching The Throne, turn around and watch me, when you’re done with the Carter 4 come back to me for more, when you’re done with that Drake, no, I ain’t trying to hate but I’m back up on my grind and I’m […]

Lil Wayne Speaks On Tha Carter IV Leak

[vodpod id=Video.15358506&w=540&h=350&fv=] Usually, artists are mad about their albums leaking. But after closing out the VMAs this past weekend, Weezy told MTV he was happy that it leaked a few days early. “We did real good this time, real good. It just means people want to hear it. I mean, ’cause there are people’s albums that come out that can be leaked and don’t leak, so I’m glad mines leaked.” Sidebar: C4 Breaks iTunes Record

Tiny Reacts To T.I. Post Jail Setback

T.I. was removed yesterday from his halfway house back into a jail facility due to the way he was transported following his release. Tip’s wife, Tiny tells TMZ that her husband was unaware of the jail officials’ objection. “This is a bunch of bullsh*t. They should have said something before he got on the bus. T.I. would have politely gotten into a van. T.I. is one of the strongest individuals I know … and they just trying to break him in […]

ATCQ Documentary Coming To DVD

Check the vibe, y’all. Rapfix has learned that the Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest will make its way to Blu-ray and DVD featuring bonus and deleted scenes on October 18. The documentary, directed by Michael Rapaport, first premiered at the Sundance Festival earlier this year and is currently showing in selected cities nationwide.