Fuck Harvey Levin and anybody that loves his celebrity news website. First you prematurely pronounce the impending death of Lil Wayne (Weezy Forgives. We Don't.) and then you try to link the horrific actions of one of the Boston Marathon culprits to our culture? "DEAD BOMBING SUSPECT: HEAVY INTO HIP HOP" You don't say? It's 2013 and most kids are into rap music. We've been penetrated pop culture, you cock suckers. "What's interesting... hip-hop lyrics are notoriously violent and often degrading to women." So our music is at fault in this tragedy? Let's be clear the only bombs my culture cosigns is DJ Funkmaster Flex's sound effects. Thirty Mile Zone is prone to post anything to get traffic. Fuck dude and his coffee cup. Get you a Rap Radar cup and drink with us in the winner's circle.
You Played Yourself
Oh Miguel. Leg droppin your fans? You ain't Hulk Hogan and that wasn't part of the program. That's no way to treat the adoring ladies, brother.
Wednesday, September 16 2009 3:31 PM EST | Posted by: B.Dot | Posted in: Blog, True Story
Celebrating the release of the DVD The Shooter Series Vol. 1 Brett Ratner, the director reveals to Complex, that the Clan’s “Triumph” video cost 1 million dollars. That’s a lot of Wu-Wear jackets.
It was the first million dollar rap video. When Steve Rifkind asked me,I said, ‘Are you sure about this record? There’s no chorus!’ He says “Trust me, its gonna be the biggest record of the year. Only Wu-Tang could pull this off.’ So, I set up the video—Joseph Kahn was my cinematographer. I hear that they want eleven Suburbans—they each want their own. They each also want $50,000 worth of gear, and they told me all their designers. So first day, these guys are walking in one at a time, and each guy walks into the dressing room, and walks out with plastic bags filled with all the clothes. I called Steve like, ‘They’re stealing all the clothes!’ He’s like, ‘Don’t worry, let them have it.’”
Wednesday, September 16 2009 1:50 PM EST | Posted by: B.Dot | Posted in: Blog, True Story
Looks more like a weed carrier to me, but here are flicks of the Mechanical Dummy fulfilling his community service in Virgina. According to the NY Daily News, Breezy’s also mandated to clean graffiti. Ironically, that’s also the title of his upcoming album. Ah, that’s funny on so many levels. More photographs are the cut.
Wednesday, September 16 2009 12:56 PM EST | Posted by: B.Dot | Posted in: Blog, Focus
Watch out Billy Mays (wait, that not funny). Check out Buckshot’s infomercial for Survial Skills. Here’s how to order: Get off your ass and head to the nearest Best Buy. Operators…and the Geek Squad are standing by.
Wednesday, September 16 2009 12:33 PM EST | Posted by: YN | Posted in: Focus
Ms. Cook popped up on TODAY and got hit with the Lil Mama questions. At first, she danced: “I rather not speak about it ’cause the performance was so phenomenal that it really doesn’t matter about anything else.”
Kathie Lee & The Other Broad: “But we love, Lil Mama.”
Keys: “That’s nice!”
Fast forward: She finally addressed it. “We can appreciate her being overwhelmed and inspired but we would’ve preferred she did it from her seat.” Ouch! Instead, she’d rather gush over “Empire State Of Mind.”
“Jay-Z and I are both native New Yorkers. It’s kind of a classic New York song almost like new Frank Sinatra, Liza Minelli, I don’t know. Just a beautiful New York record, I love it.”
Wednesday, September 16 2009 12:08 PM EST | Posted by: B.Dot | Posted in: Blog, Focus
For many rappers below the Mason Dixon, performing in lesser-known cities is their bread and butter. In the final clip, The Pyrex King speaks on packing venues throughout the South. Everybody knows that every Yo Gotti show’s sold out.