Earlier we heard Millz dispute the XXL Freshmen class, and just moments ago, Skitzo let off some new music from Jae and his pick, Vado. I got to admit, this particular track goes hard. NR
Sometimes rap news comes from the most unlikely sources. E! News correspondent Michael Yo claims that a new Dr. Dre and Jay-Z song will soon be released. Not sure if it’s from Detox or uptempo. Only time will tell if Mr. Yo is right. UHTN Previously: Dr. Dre To Jay-Z: “Come, Holla”
After puttin’ his last three albums out through EMI/Capitol, Crack signed to Koch, pardon me, E1 Music and reunites with his former Relativity boss Alan Grunblatt. Who says you can’t come home again? Now let’s just get that “Slow Down” in rotation. That joint’s still a problem! Don’t blow it. Double XL
Into makin’ money? So is Grafh and Jim Jones. Here’s a new cut that’s been floating around all day.
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[vodpod id=Video.3331161&w=425&h=350&fv=] Before Jermaine joined the Roc, he was just another up and coming rapper looking for his big break. In 2006, he crashed Aaron Reid (L.A. Reid’s son) birthday party in hopes of meeting Jay-Z. In the October 2009 issue of XXL, he told Rob Markman of his experience. “I had got a shirt made that said, ‘Produce for Jay-Z or Die Tryin’. I wore the shirt, threw the button-up over it, put a couple of beat CDs in […]
Standing o’vey for Yelawolf who signed his deal with Interscope Records today. No further details as of yet, but Yela was previously signed to Sony in 2007. Hallerrrratcheee! Miss Info