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.
You’ve heard the story over and over again: “TM 103 on the way”. Well now, Da Snowman finally has a release date: August 31st. His current single “Lose My Mind” sits comfortably at number four on the Billboard Rap Charts. Let’s see if it sticks. hhdx
John Legend and The Roots are teaming up for a new collaboration this September 21. The project includes covers of Marvin Gaye’s “Wholy Holy” and Donny Hathaway’s “Little Ghetto Boy”. According to Rap-up, John Legend said this of the album. “These songs sound so relevant now,” stated Legend. “On most of them, you wouldn’t change a lyric. ‘Wake Up Everybody’ has four verses—the first one is a general statement, the second is about education, third is about health care, and […]
The day after he headlined Openair Frauenfeld Festival, Em continued his European trek to Scotland for the T In The Park festival yesterday and performed his Rihanna duet. Look at Marshall: Two shows in a row! rap-up