Just like Ms. Wallace, Scarface also participated in the Platinum League junket. For our sit down, Face Mob spoke on the 10th anniversary of his classic album The Fix, Houston, new group, The Minority Report, and collaboration with Beanie Sigel.
During the Nuggets vs. Lakers game last week, LA Times’ Melissa Rohlin caught up with Tunechi courtside at the Staples Center. He spoke on how the Black Mamba inspires him as well as his own children, why the Lakers are his favorite team and more. Greatest player of all time? nav via lwhq
Life is good. And so is Slaughterhouse’s latest single. Yesterday, the party began filming the video and here’s our first look. Nice red leather jacket, Mouse. Sidebar: European Tour Dates
Biggie’s mom Voletta Wallace, was in town yesterday to promote Platinum League trading cards. The cards features a slew of rappers including her son, The Notorious B.I.G. Our conversation was great. She spoke on coping with her loss, B.I.G.’s appearance on Martin, VH1’s Behind The Music, and her decision to cremate him.
[vodpod id=ExternalVideo.1018470&w=540&h=350&fv=] Scarface and Travis Porter joined Sway on the MTV couch yesterday. Before, Facemob left, he scrolls through his PDA and kicks a vintage rap. After the jump, peep the cypher from Ali, Quez and Strap.
Taking a break from the Wu-Block project, Don Don holds his own and displays his gritty rhymes on this new recording. Mixtape on the way?
Can’t afford the expensive bubbly? Well Jigga may have the drink for you cognac sippers. Last night, he helped Barcadi introduce their new drink D’usse (“dew-say”) at a private event in New York City. Pricewise, a 750 ml bottle will cost you a reasonable $44.99. Not bad at all. Cheers! lifefiles