This is the first SOLO single ever from Migos Member ‘Takeoff’
It got so Real…. tonight on Flex’s IG LiVE he decided to talk to the ppl about Why he spoke on PAC, and why he has the right to discuss this… because he was around and had relationships AND why it’s so close to his heart. He mention where PAC is from, when Funk Started, Why TI may not understand, what he said and how he said it that wasn’t right, G Code, How BIG was, that PAC wasn’t truthful about the robbery and that lead to BIG’s death, and finally Flex spoke on Suge… and it’s not negatively, not too much at least. A must watch!
Earlier today, Lil Wayne sat down with Skip Bayless for a one on one interview for “Undisputed”, which you can check out below. During their conversation, Weezy spoke on his Tha Carter III album, his thoughts on Aaron Hernandez committing suicide in jail, the passing of Prince, who he likes more out of Prince and Michael Jackson, the best part about being himself, signing to Jay Z‘s Roc Nation, the Cash Money situation, “No Mercy“, and more. Skip also called Tunechi a musical genius and explained why he never went and visited Tune in Rikers Island a few years ago. Wayne even revealed that his mother Jacida Carter was in the same classes as Birdman in school!
Nardwuar interviews Ugly God at SXSW 2017 in Austin, Texas, USA! Special thanks to Tyler Williams, Melissa O’Brien, Jazz One and Diana C.
Safaree weighs in on the rap battle between his ex, Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma.
This female vs female rapper beef continues to escalate. While Nicki seemingly is trying her best to avoid the topic, another rapper is not. Foxy Brown, appears to have entered the ring. The Shade Room posted a video snippet that seems to be Foxy rapping over Jay Z’s classic Nas diss, “Takeover.” It’s a pretty obvious nod that it’s targeted at Remy, who rapped over Nas’ beat to “Ether” which was also a classic response to Jay. Maybe she’ll title it “ShTakeover”? No?
Remy Ma and Fat Joe talk “Shether”, Nicki Minaj, the Grammys and being back on top!
Remy Ma is holding no punches in this Nicki Minaj feud. It hasn’t been a week since the Bronx veteran shook the streets up with her disruptive “Shether”, but she’s back with “Another One”. Nicki, we need a response soon!
DJ Akademiks Speaks to XXXTentacion who is currently behind bars at Broward County Jail. X speaks on Drake taking his flow and not showing love. He Asks ‘Is Drake for the Culture or a VULTURE?’ He Also speaks on Kodak Black being incarcerated.
Before dropping Luv Is Rage 2, Lil Uzi Vert holds fans over with Luv Is Rage 1.5. Featuring production by DP Beatz, Honorable Court, DJ Plugg, and TM88, the four-track EP opens with “YSL” and continues with “Boring Shit” and “LUV SCARS K.o 1600.” Currently, Uzi is on The Weeknd’s “Starboy: Legend of the Fall Tour,” which is referenced on the closer, “XO TOUR Llif3.”
Meek Mill links up with Chicago Producer C-Sick again on a new track which appears on Ethika mixtape.
Fabolous and Lil Uzi Vert have to sort out a classic case of switcheroo in their video for “Goyard Bag,” as one designer duffle gets swapped out for another. Fab plays a boss posted up in a motel room waiting to make a deal, but when the other side comes though what they think is a bag full of cash actually contains women’s clothes.
Lil Bibby “MOB Freestyle” (WSHH Exclusive – Official Music Video)
Searching For Answers: Inside The Irving Plaza Shooting (Taxstone & Troy Ave Documentary) REVOLT examines Troy Ave, Taxstone & the Irving Plaza Shooting in a new documentary. With first-hand interviews, ‘Searching for Answers’ gives an in-depth look at the fatal night.
Sean Kingston says he was jumped by the Rap trio ‘Migos’ when he went to a trade show. He explains what happened and how they ‘tricked him’.
Future‘s dropping his second album in as many weeks tonight with HNDRXX, and now the second part of his interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe is available to watch below. During the 11-minute interview, Future says this album is more personal and honest than his sophomore album Honest, which he says he named such just for the title. “I was just using it as a title instead of actually being honest in the music. This is me opening up and just letting it all out so I can just move past it and certain things, I don’t have to speak on it again.” Zane references a song that’s probably going to get a lot of attention, and Future isn’t sure if the track is going…
Oschino isn’t forgiving Meek Mill for his comments calling him a bum and dirty.
Thursday morning it was reported that Atlanta police had released a video of the March 2016 shootout between rappers Bankroll Fresh and No Plug that left Fresh dead. The full video of the moments leading up to the shooting can now be seen above. The Atlanta Police Department is hoping the video will inspire witnesses to come forward and provide new information they can use to determine whether or not No Plug acted in self-defense. Watch above.