Not even a classic beat from the M-O-B-B could help E-V-E. With the instrumental pouring down, Ms. Jeffers quickly drowns.
E-V-E maintains to keep relevant by hopping on the Mike Will Made It-produced tune. Warning: Future’s vocals are included.
Trae Tha Truth, Chipmunk, Iggy Azaela, B.o.B., & T.I. As always, the highlight of last night’s Hip-Hop Awards were the cyphers. Personally, there weren’t any “oh shit!” moments this year, but I took the liberty of bolding the best spitter of each group. Here are the rips courtesy of yardie. Let the great debates begin.
Bad as she wanna be, and as this sounds, Eve makes her return to the game with the first release off her forthcoming album, Lip Lock. Produced by JukeBox. rap-up
Following her introduction from DMX at Rock The Bells this weekend, E-V-E stuck around and kicked a flow over The Throne’s provocative track. This didn’t get us going. thewestcoastjawn
This thing right here, doesn’t happen too often. During DMX’s Rock The Bells performance, he turned the “Ruff Ryders’ Anthem” into the remix by bringing out Eve. Swizzy, Drag-On and The L.O.X. would’ve been icing on the cake. westcoastjawn
“What Ya Want”? How about some Eve? And last night, she performed her Ruff Ryders track as well as “Hot Boy” to close out this weekend’s Essence Festival in New Orleans.