Young Buck Arrested In Nashville
G-Unit rapper Young Buck was arrested yesterday for failing to appear in court on a previous violation.
The Associated Press reports that Young Buck, born David Darnell Brown, was stopped when police witnessed his black Cadillac Escalade weaving in and out of traffic near downtown Nashville.
Police said that Brown was cited last July for driving with suspended license and while his license is currently valid, his record showed an outstanding warrant for the charge last July.
Young Buck, 25, was released on $1,000 bond and is due in court Feb. 27.
The rapper was in Nashville supporting designer Gino Green and promoting his upcoming album Buck the World which is due in stores Mar. 20.
B.B. King Hospitalized
B.B. King was admitted to the University of Texas Medical Branch on Thursday the 26th. King reportedly had a low fever and was resting as of Friday. The blues musician, 81, has a history of diabetes, though that was not indicated as a cause of his ailment.
He was scheduled to perform at the Grand Opera House, but was unable to do so. Hospital spokesman John Coloen indicated that King is expected to be released Friday or Saturday.
Forbes ranks filthy rich musicians
Forbes Magazine released its annual list of the top earners in the U.S. music biz this week.Some of the names that cracked the top ten were unexpected. The list doesn’t account for sponsorships, merchandise sales or any revenue made outside the U.S.–only tour gross and album sales in the States.
01. The Rolling Stones ($150.6 million)
02. Tim McGraw / Faith Hill ($132 million)
03. Rascal Flatts ($110.5 million)
04. Madonna ($96.8 million)
05. Barbra Streisand (95.8 million)
06. Kenny Chesney ($90.1 million)
07. Celine Dion ($85.2 million)
08. Bon Jovi ($77.5 million)
09. Nickelback ($74.1 million)
10. Dave Matthews Band ($60.4 million)
the 1st rapper on the list comes in at number 15
15. Diddy (24.3 million)
19. 50 Cent(19.7 million)
21. Eminem (17.8 million)22. Jay-z (17.5 million)
27. Kanye West (16.9 million)
28. Dr. Dre (16.9 million)
Notorious B.I.G.'s Greatest Hits Tracklist
The Notorious B.I.G. - Greatest Hits Tracklist:
2. "Big Poppa"
4. "One More Chance (Remix)"
5. "Get Money"
7. "Dead Wrong"
8. "Who Shot Ya"
9. "Ten Crack Commandments"
10. "Notorious Thugs"
12. "Nasty Girl"(why?)
14. "Ni**az Bleed"
15. "Runnin Ya Mouth" (unreleased)
16. "Want That Old Thing Back" (unreleased)
17. "F*cking You Tonight"
OK, 1st of how can you have a best of off of 2 albums???
Second don't all you biggie fans have all these songs, and the remixes??
Thirdly, how many times can you pull together old scraps of songs to make a new 1???
Whats next Biggies voice mail messages.....
"Yo, I'm Not in leave a message, ( yea, yea that's right)"
or how about
" Yo Puff, this Big, Call me back. One"
Come on Puff, Let it go.
Biggie's Greatest Hits is slated for March 3, 2007.
Lil Wayne & Juelz Santana - Black Republicans (Hov Dis?)
Looks like Whoopi, I mean Weezy Strikes back.
Young Buck - Get Bucked
Ashanti feat. Jim Jones - You Can’t Deny It (Ridah) (full) - download
Fabolous ft Swizz Beatz- Return of the hustle
Prodigy of Mobb Deep- Mac 10 handle