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Cory Gunz Just Wants To Be Successful

[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3384867&w=425&h=350&fv=] Cory posts up with XXL and talks about his upcoming Gangsta Grillz mixtape and life after last years Freshman cover. Towards the end of the interview, he says that he wants to achieve the same success as Michael Jackson and be mentioned with hip-hop’s elite. Get in line, young gunner.

Rick Ross Gives Eminem His Props…

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But, that’s where it stops. Surrounded by his Triple C cohorts, Ross commends Marshall for his verse on “Forever.” He still wants to battle him, but then goes onto say, “He might want to do a record with me.” Don’t count on it.

Props: MTV

Eminem To Perform At VH1’s Def Jam Hip-Hop Honors

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Although he was never signed to the house that Russell and Rubin built, Slim Shady still is fittingly payin’ tribute in VH1’s upcoming tribute to Def Jam Records. Em joins other confirmed guests like Mary J. Blige, DMX and Public Enemy. Get the feeling “Jason from Miami” is gonna do an Uncle L tune? Hmm. Show airs Oct. 13. Score another one for Video Hits One.

Spotted: KFSM

Bobby Brown Behind The Music On The Way Too
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With all due respect to Dwayne and Curtis, this is the Behind The Music special I can’t wait to see. Mr. Brown!

“After being kicked out of New Edition and independently establishing himself as the undisputed  “King of R&B,” Bobby spun himself into a fast life of drugs and women. Brown eventually married American Pop Princess, Whitney Houston and after an 11-year publically turbulent marriage the two divorced. Bobby Brown relays his life in the spotlight and all of the hardships and glories that he’s faced as one of the most controversial entertainers in R&B,” VH1 wrote in a release describing the forthcoming episode. Network sources say the forthcoming episode, documenting Brown’s career, both past and present, will air September 24.

Like I said, I’m there. Might need a Kleenex. Fuckin’ sad tragic tale.

Spotted: Singersroom

Rick Ross Gives Eminem His Props…

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