Mikkey and Freddie Gibbs go back in time for a lil’ field nigga blues. The track’s produced by No I.D. and can be found on Mikk’s latest project, Darkroom. fsd
Meet Alexander Hernandez and Santos Padilla. They were both arrested this morning on burglary charges at 50 Cent’s mansion in Farmington, Connecticut. According to TMZ, a security guard spotted a suspicious vehicle in the drive-way before Hernandez was found inside a closet in the crib drinking a bottle of wine. Both were found in possession of weed and held on a $50k bond. Definitely not the way to rob an industry nigga. taken from: kc
Moonie and Count take their talents to a gymnasium for the latest video in support of Don’t Feed The Killaz Vol. 3. Judging from this footage, it looks like they’re going for the win again.
Grafh teams up with fellow Queens native Waka Flocka on this new buzz record. The accompanying visual should be out sometime later today. nr
50 Cent announced last Saturday the launch of his new imprint, G Note Records. VIBE spoke with the label’s flagship artist Hot Rod about how the deal came to fruition. 50 sat us all down—me, Spyder Loc… everyone. He told us straight up, ‘You got to make yourselves hot. I can’t just be doing everything.’ He wanted to see what we could do independently. This was back in ’07. G-Note has been established, but we just didn’t go public until now. […]
Shortly after Joell Ortiz and Reek Da Villian‘s freestyle, Busta Rhymes called in and spoke on the progression of his next album and said he will hit the stage this Thursday with Joell at S.O.B.’s. Hard to get a ticket!
[vodpod id=Video.5168524&w=425&h=350&fv=p%3D5296%26c%3D449330%26s%3D1113287%26tbid%3D2241%26allowFullScreen%3Dtrue%26] The Breakfast Club’s back at it and in their second webisode, DJ Envy and Angela Yee analyze Charlamagne’s behavior since making peace with Diddy last week.