Uncle Murda is still chasing the money and gathers Meek Milly and Cory Gunz along for the ride. Sounds like big money talk to us. Flex bombs for now. UPDATE: CDQ
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In this sneak peek of Uncle M’s upcoming interview with Toronto Rappers, Murda previews a new tune. Where it will make its way to is unknown, but it sure sounds like big money talk. 57
Murda’s underground hit gets a makeover with a gang of NY’s heavy hitters. Fair warning though: French has the weakest verse. thanx: fred bear
About time. After a few delays, Street Heat brings forth Uncle Murda’s new video, “Warning”. Smack the shit outta a hater and take a look. wshh
Mainstream America may be scared of Uncle Murda, but Mariah and Nick aren’t. Excuse the air conditioner, but after explaining his mini-hiatus, he talks about his relationship with Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon. A few years ago, Mimi said she was a big fan of Murda’s single “Bullet Bullet”. At the 2:10 mark, he says he recently caught up with the couple and says he has yet to send over a present for their newborn twins. Murda luh da kids.
Uncle Murda probably hates the police more than N.W.A. in their hey. See: Exhibit A and Exhibit B. Pardon the damn air conditioner, but in this clip, Murda explains his beef with the NYPD. So much for that PBA card.
Note to self: Never conduct an interview with the air conditioning blaring. Anyway, we caught up with Uncle Murda yesterday at his Midtown recording studio in New York. Two years ago, Murda changed his name to Uncle M and then reverted to his original moniker. In this clip shot with Canon T2i, he explains to the Double R his reasoning for the flip-flop and the misconceptions surrounding his alias.