Fuck Harvey Levin and anybody that loves his celebrity news website. First you prematurely pronounce the impending death of Lil Wayne (Weezy Forgives. We Don't.) and then you try to link the horrific actions of one of the Boston Marathon culprits to our culture? "DEAD BOMBING SUSPECT: HEAVY INTO HIP HOP" You don't say? It's 2013 and most kids are into rap music. We've been penetrated pop culture, you cock suckers. "What's interesting... hip-hop lyrics are notoriously violent and often degrading to women." So our music is at fault in this tragedy? Let's be clear the only bombs my culture cosigns is DJ Funkmaster Flex's sound effects. Thirty Mile Zone is prone to post anything to get traffic. Fuck dude and his coffee cup. Get you a Rap Radar cup and drink with us in the winner's circle.
You Played Yourself
Oh Miguel. Leg droppin your fans? You ain't Hulk Hogan and that wasn't part of the program. That's no way to treat the adoring ladies, brother.
Tuesday, April 23 2013 2:33 PM EST | Posted by: Big Homie | Posted in: Blog, Music
In anticipation of his Newport Authority 2 digital album, Marco Polo alters “Stand Up” Adrian Younge presents The Delfonics project with Lil Fame and Tradegy. Says Marco:
“I did a remix for “Stand Up” off the brand new Adrian Younge presents The Delfonics project (who am I big fan of, y’all should cop anything he’s a part of.) Adrian sent me the album early and I made this beat. Tragedy was originally gonna lay down one verse on this on some freestyle sh*t, but once I started hearing his bars I refused to let this be a one verse song! Three verses later and appropriate hook by Slap aka Fizzy Womack aka Lil Fame we have the “Stand Up” remix. Tragedy will have an alternate version of this song on his upcoming album as well. Now please enjoy the final leak from Newport Authority 2!”
Sunday, October 14 2012 11:00 AM EST | Posted by: B.Dot | Posted in: Blog, Live Show
It’s a Queens thing, man. Last night, Consequence filmed his performance for the new season of Love & Hip-Hop New York. 360 warmed up the crowd with “Own Thing” and “What Goes Up.” Cons then followed up and brought out Lil Fame of M.O.P.