Moonie and Count held a listening session in Chicago the other day for their new street album, Now Or Neva. In attendance was DJ Toomp, Sway, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Green Lantern and Hit Boy, to name a few. Before performing their new material, the duo premiered the trailer to their debut movie. Now Or Neva drops October 31st.
Lupe returned to his native Chicago yesterday and at the 4:20 mark, planted his flag on The Throne, Lil Wayne and Drake. After all, two is not a winner and three nobody remembers.
“When you’re done Watching The Throne, turn around and watch me, when you’re done with the Carter 4 come back to me for more, when you’re done with that Drake, no, I ain’t trying to hate but I’m back up on my grind and I’m about to skaaaaate on these niggas…Put it on your blog and your tumblrs on your twitters that Lupe said that he’s the best, NIGGA.”
“I’m the most talked about commodity in Hip-Hop right now.”
Ha! Pardon me, I had to laugh at that. After Pusha T called into WGCI’s The Morning Riot, Cons called in this morning to tell his side of the story. Cons also fired more shots at Kanye West and premiered a new diss record, “Everybody Told Me To Straighten It Out.”
UPDATE: Diss track in CDQ
“Nobody has ever told me they wanna hear Consequence.”
After performing in Chicago for the G.O.O.D. Music/Heineken Red Star Access, Pusha T called into 107.5 WGCI’s The Morning Riot and gave his reaction to Cons’ recent diss track. He also addresses the G.O.O.D. Music runaway on Ace Hood’s upcoming “Gon Get It” remix.
In support of the Get MotivatED Challenge to help student attendance, Nicki Minaj played principal for the day by surprising students at Collins Academy High School in Chicago. After teaching a freshman English class, she was joined by MTV’s Sway and presented three students with $10k college scholarships. School is cool.
Whether it’s a high school, arena, or bar mitzvah you can count on the L.E.P. Bogus Boys to be there. And a few weeks back, Moonie and Count celebrated the second annual Peace Day Rally with a performance at Harper H.S. in Chicago. L.E.P. luh da kids.