Noteworthy quotes from the Kang ensue.
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“Now how heavy is the head?” T.I.P.’s out West and swung by L.A.’s Power 106. He explains the subtitle of his album, his trouble with the law and Will Smith reaching out to Obama to pardon him.
During his Power 106 visit, Swizzy was commissioned to get bossy over Meek Mill and Rozay’s instrumental for the LA Leakers’ Lift Off show intro. It’s showtime!
“Interscope is mostly Jewish, you know. They called the wrong building.” In this portion of Game’s interview with Big Boy, he explains the cover arts for Jesus Piece. On the deluxe version, he says the Roman Catholics called Interscope about it. Lord have mercy.
“It’s like the most tattoos we’ve had up in here.” Recently, Wolf and Travis made a pit stop over at Power 106 to discuss how they paired up. Yela also recalls meeting Eminem and his BET Cypher. Cell phones off, Travis. His drum set below.
After Game reacted, 50 Cent stopped by Power 106 to explain the
“I tried to help niggas get on, they turned around and spit/Right in my face, so Game and Buck, both can suck a dick.” During his chat on Power 106, Game responds to Fif’s slight on his new single, “My Life“. Game says if the “zombie” keeps it up, he might double-up on “300 Bars“. Wait, there’s more? Ha!
Sure ain’t. Premiered on Power 106, Breezy gives a moment of clarity on a new track off his upcoming album. During his visit, he explained his controversial tats and current status with Rihanna. Editor’s Note: Hopefully his “Nobody’s Perfect” and her’s “Nobodies Business” isn’t a hint that “somebody’s” reunited.
Chevy runs deep. But for Kurupt’s
Kendrick’s debut album is in stores today, but today he stopped by Big Boy’s Neighborhood for a freestyle over a handful of DPG instrumentals. Pick up good kid, m.A.A.d city here.