Back in February, Birdman’s wings were clipped when it was revealed that his Broland Oil & Gas LLC was a sham. Prior to the exposé, he told Ozone that he was in the oil business for almost five years. Well today, footage from Oklahoma has captured Birdman’s alleged rig going to work. (3:00 mark) Drill baby, drill. heads up: nr
It appears that Pusha T’s got the labels attention and is in the middle of a bidding war for his solo album. Presumably, the project’s entitled Fear Of God. Miss Info says that Pusha’s also been working on a mixtape which is scheduled to drop September 14th. missinfo
Snoop made the most of his overseas adventure last month and performed “Vapors” at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. The track’s off that God awful Tha Doggfather album. Afterward, he segued into a freestyle. soul control
Even in death, Ol’ Dirty Bastard can’t catch a break. According to the New York Post, ODB’s widow Icelene Jones, sold the rights to Dirt’s posthumous album A Son Unique, for under $10,000. The rapper’s former manager Jarred Weisfeld said, “she sold out for peanuts,” and claims the album was worth millions. Baby, she got your money.
ATL was the place Saturday for V-103’s 7th Annual Car and Bike show. Not only did the stars bring out their custom toys for the event’s showcase, but there was also a concert later that day. On the bill were B.o.B., Soulja Boy, Gucci Mane, Big Boi, Fat Joe, DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, Diddy and Dirty Money just to name a few. Check out some flicks below. exclusive access
The animated film Despicable Me topped the box office this weekend grossing $60 million. Part of the movie’s success was due in some small part to Pharrell’s score. In the clip above, director Chris Renaud and Skateboard P discuss the picture’s musical numbers. woooha
Y’all know who’s keepin’ it gangsta? Slim Thug and Z-Ro, that’s who! Under Boomtown’s direction, H-Town’s finest rep the G code in their new visual. The Thug Show coming soon.