In an interview with Jenny Boom Boom, Mack Mittens admits that he likes The Blueprint 3 over Hov’s previous work. Afterwards, he says it’s still Roc for life and gets a lil’ aggy once Dame Dash is mentioned. Early!
As the headline suggests, Kamaal says that Chrissy-Poo wanted the same heat he gave Nas on Illmatic. Unfortanelty when he forked over the tracks, B.I.G had completed his album. Guess you gotta learn to live with regrets.
Earlier this morning, BET aired Pretty Tone’s interview on The Deal. He discusses his new album, Wizard of Poetry In Emerald City and encourages the babies to stay in school. Wu-Tang is for children.
Last night, Chef and Clef kicked a freebie at S.O.B.’s. Didn’t know rappers still did those kinds of things.
50 tells the 1515 Boys that he wasn’t dissing Jay-Z on “Flight 187“, but rather, making an observation.
“It was the glasses,” 50 explained about why he compared Hov to sitcom character Steve Urkel. “They saw the glasses. I didn’t Photoshop glasses on him. I think Jay is really conscious of his actual moves. He does those things to make a statement in different ways to create clarity that he doesn’t have to be the way people want him to be. He can do what he wants. But [I wrote the song] out of the perspective of me mentioning things I thought were interesting.”
Bonus: Do it…do it!
Nah man, that can’t be further from the truth. There’s no validity to that statement. I’m [an executive producer] on the movie and I ain’t put forth no sort of order or request, man. And personally, it’s very, very premature to jump to such a conclusion given that none of these matters have been resolved. No one has been tried or convicted or nothing like that. I’m not going to jump to no conclusions. I’m not going to. I think that’s unfair ’cause that’s what people did with me, and I’m not going to do that.— T.I. on rumors of Chris Brown removed from Takers, rapradar.com, March 9, 2009
Here’s a snapshot of Marshall reciting his verse on the set of “Forever.” White boys’ flow? Fuckin’ awesome. Applaud him.
Last night on Video Hits One, Dwayne exhumed the networks flagship series, Behind The Music. For an hour, the segment chronicled Weezy’s rise from Hot Boy to hottest rapper in the game. Get familiar after the cut. YN, is that you doggie? Ha!