(L note: In the interest of fairness. Since I post so much G-unit material, I thought I would post Joe's Newest mixtape. Remember its ONLY in the interest of fairness.)
"Gay Unit Vol.1"
Fat Joe, Kill All Rats
1. Fat joe intro dissin gunit
2. Fat joe ft k.a.r (rob cash, onez, mike beck)-300 brolic (we want war remix)(dissin g-unit)
3. K.a.r (rob cash, onez, leader)-poppin off (prod. by street radio)
4. K.a.r (rob cash, mike beck, onez) ft. tony sunshine-stop talking
5. K.a.r (rob cash, mike beck, onez, leader) ft. sean kingston-i’m a gangsta (original version)
6. Mike beck-prisoner (l boogs speaks from coxsakie correctional facility & mike murder speaks from 5 p
7. Leader-no problems (prod. by streetrunner)
8. Pistol pete interlude dissin tony yayo
9. Rob cash, onez-kill all rats boyz
10. K.a.r (mike beck, rob cash, onez) ft. fat joe-victim (dissin g-unit)
11. Fat joe interlude dissin 50, lloyd banks, tony yayo, young buck, mobb deep, etc
12. Mike beck ft. lunch, grafh-million dollar swag (prod. by jay mizzle / heavy bank)
13. Onez-fuck g-unit
14. Hip hop hates 50 cent ft. sheek louch, ja rule, black child
15. Rob cash-it is what it is
16. K.a.r (leader, mike beck, rob cash)-mafia music
17. Leader ft hookmaster-murder
18. Fat joe interlude dissin g-unit
19. Mike beck, lunch money, milly-you ain’t hard
20. Onez-i'm in the hood
21. Pistol pete interlude
22. Mike beck-shadow of death
23. Leader live from rikers island-fuck g-unit
24. Leader, onez, hookmaster-callin
25. K.a.r (mike beck, rob cash, leader, onez) ft. fat joe-times running out remix
26. Fat joe outro dissin g-unit
27. Da real verble kent aka. america’s most wanted live from rikers c-73 dissin g-unit
28. Tony pacasso (memphis tn)-dissin g-unit
29. Sylence (bushwick brooklyn)-dissin g-unit
30. Drak (east ny cypress projects) live frm comstock correctional faciltiy-dissin g-unit
Apr 12, 2008
(L note: In the interest of fairness. Since I post so much G-unit material, I thought I would post Joe's Newest mixtape. Remember its ONLY in the interest of fairness.)
Apr 11, 2008
You may be waiting a new album from M.O.P., the duo of Billy Danze and Lil Fame has another project in mind.
Billy Danze, one-half of the group, recently revealed that their next project in the works is not an album but rather a porn flick aptly titled Slammed. According to Billy, Slammed was so "rough" that they actually had to tone it down.
"It's about when you catch a chick cheating and you can't believe that you're seeing your girl's ass get busted…whatever….But we had to take some of the violence out though. It got a little too crazy."
Check out the video of Danze talking about the project
props to Woohah
Timbaland took home the Songwriter of the Year Award last night (April 9) at the 25th Annual ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) Pop Music Awards in Los Angeles, CA.
Timbo won the coveted Songwriter of the Year award for his contributions to nine award-winning songs, including "The Way I Are" featuring Keri Hilson and DOE, "Give It To Me" featuring Justin Timberlake and Nelly Furtado, Omarion's "Ice Box," Fabolous' "Make Me Better," Furtado's "Say It Right" and JT's "My Love," "Summer Love/Set The Mood "Until The End of Time," and "What Goes Around...Comes Around."
This marks the third time Timbo has been recognized by ASCAP. He was honored twice as Rhythm and Soul Songwriter of the Year.
Other multiple Pop Award-winning recipients included Akon, Stargate and JT with five awards; Fergie, Keri Hilson and Ludacris with three awards; and Keyshia Cole, Furtado and The-Dream with two awards.
Tip sat down recently with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution to grant his first interview since he was arrest for and plead guilty to three firearm charges.
T.I. spoke on numerous things, one of which was his passion for community service:
"I still have a huge amount of passion for what I do. I still have a huge amount of passion for doing what I can for the community. I still have my foundation — remembering where I came from and principles that have been instilled in me. But at the same time I also have an acknowledgment of things that need to be left behind, let go. And also an acknowledgment that there has to be an about-face. A 180-degree turn, in order for us to continue on the path to success."
The self proclained King of the South was also asked about the lessons learned from his recent trials, to which he responded,
"Patience. Just a lot of patience. If I can sit at home all day and wait on people to bring me what I need. Wait on getting permission to be able to do this and do that it's not as serious as I used to make it sometimes. Sometimes it was like, 'If I don't get this right now I'm just going to lose it'...When you're going 350 mph it tends to be that way. But when you are stopped — halted — not slowed down, but halted, you figure 'Well I could have just slowed down. I didn't have to be stopped.' I thought it was bad just to slow down. Now I see in me being stopped, I could have done this, been this, myself, instead of being forced to do it."
T.I. also discussed getting married. While he doesn't plan to set a public date, he did not discount the possibility.
In addition the rapper has a son on the way, due May 25th. Keeping with the topic, he addressed the idea of explaining to his children about the wrongs he has done:
"If they say something like that I'm prepared to deal with it: 'I also had to pay the price, for all of the things that I did. And you're going to pay the price for what you just did. Come see me.'"
Finally, T.I. talked about the night his friend and Grand Hu$tle employee Philant Johnson was killed next to him. "I've had bullets whiz by me before then. The scariest day?...Hmm. I mean, this past situation ranks high up there. The night of the awards ranks very high up there on the list.," he said, referring to the night he was arrested.
"It was sort of like a, well, you remember the [last] Super Bowl, right? You know Jeremy Shockey? He broke his leg. He had to sit up in the press box and watch. He couldn't help his team win. He couldn't play. The greatest, most talked-about, most publicized Super Bowl in our time and he's sitting watching; instead of actually being able to participate. Terrible... And I know, I know, I brought it on myself."
Apr 10, 2008
A DMX concert which took place at Indiana University yesterday (April 9) ended in chaos after the rapper's performance was cut short by authorities because of a noise ordinance violation.
According To The Indiana Daily Student, the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity had agreed with the University that the noise and concert would be over at 9:30 pm.
DMX was slated to begin his performance at 8:30 pm. but didn’t arrive until 9:30 pm.
Three songs into DMX’s set, police would arrive to shut the concert down and took the rapper off stage.
The crowd would then become rowdy and began shouting profanities at the police. The officer would respond by making the entire first row and chaos erupted.
“They started throwing things at the police,” explained Lauren Smith, a junior at the university. “It got pretty ugly”
A street near the concerts venue was temporary closed. No arrests were made.
JD announces TAG Records, the new venture between Island Def Jam and Proctor & Gamble.
Like Jordan I'm not really feeling this move. What exactly does this mean?
Each new artist gets an unlimited supply of body spray?
You have to mention Tag in at lease one verse per song?
You get a coupon for a free "tube" of body spray for every CD you buy?
All this really means is corporate America is going to be throwing money at a system that's broken. Committing vicious acts of Payola to get there records played.
"Hey Flex if you drop bombs on this record, Tag will sponsor your next car show."
"Hey Drama Do a Gangsta Grillz for our new artist and we'll keep you laced in body spray for life."
The only person who is gonna benefit from this Deal is JD, i know they broke him off real nice to for him to agree to this.
Snoop Dogg recently settled a lawsuit filed against his former label, Priority Records, back in 2006.
According to reports, both parties came to an agreement over a lawsuit involving fees and advances for a 1998 recording agreement.
"I don't believe a settlement would have been reached unless both sides were happy," said David Steinberg, Priority's lawyer.
In 2006, Snoop Dogg filed a lawsuit against Priority, claiming the label owed him 2 million in royalties and $950,000 advance money from his 2000 album, Tha Last Meal. Furthermore, he says the label released a hits album without his consent.
The terms of the agreement were not released.
Foxy Brown will be a free woman next week.
According to reports, the Brooklyn rapper will be released from Riker's Island Correctional Facility on April 18th after serving eight months for violating probation.
Foxy, was on probation for assaulting two manicurist in a Manhattan salon in 2004. Criminal Court Judge Melissa Jackson warned her in March 2007, that if she got into any trouble with the law, the rapper would be sent to prison for a year. Five months later, Brown was sentenced and incarcerated (Sept. 7) by New York States parole violations for smacking her neighbor, Arleen Raymond across the face with her Blackberry cell phone, resulting in the victim suffering loose teeth and swelling around her lip and right eye.
Foxy will be releasing her latest album Brooklyn's Don Diva on May 13th and is currently in talks for a reality show.
Apr 9, 2008
The mother of Luther “Luke” Campbell’s 20 year-old daughter Lutheria has asked that the rapper and entrepreneur’s driver’s license be suspended over nearly $39,000 in unpaid child support.
According to the Miami Herald, Davania Branch Burns feels she is entitled to the money, even though her daughter is no longer a minor. “We want him to stand up and not be a deadbeat daddy,” she said. “He needs to do the right thing. He needs to take care of his child. Why should he not pay? The ordinary working man has to pay.”
Under Florida law, any person owning child support can have their driver’s license suspended. Burns has asked for a hearing before Circuit Court Judge Joel Brown. The Herald was unable to reach Luke for comment.
Five people who claim they suffered injuries after members of Plies' entourage opened fire at a Florida nightclub have filed a $10 million lawsuit against the rapper, his record label and the nightspot.
According to The Gainesville Sun, Plies performed at the 238 West nightclub for a crowd of about 1000 people in 2006 and when the venue was about to be closed his entourage opened fire resulting in the aforementioned injuries.
Plies along with four others would be arrested. The Florida bred rapper would plead no contest to a misdemeanor charge of possession of a concealed weapon.
The five victims are alleging negligence by Plies, his record label Slip-N-Slide and 238 West.
Robert Rush, Plies' lawyer, told The Gainesville Sun Tuesday that he has not seen the lawsuit.
“If they're suing [Plies], they're suing the wrong person,” said Rush. “He does not have legal liability. It is not an entertainer's job to provide security for a club where the entertainer is performing.”
The mother of Jimmy Henchman's teenage son has filed a lawsuit against 50 and Yayo.
As reported earlier, Yayo was arrested in March 2007 on assault and harassment charges for allegedly smacking the 14 year old boy on a New York street.
The boy, James Rosemond, claimed Yayo and his entourage approached him and attacked him for wearing a shirt bearing the logo of Czar Entertainment, the management company owned by his father.
Lowell Fletcher, who was with Yayo during the incident, admitted to hitting the teenager and claimed Yayo pulled him away from the boy. Fletcher stressed that Yayo didn’t touch the boy.
Fletcher would receive a nine moth sentence while Yayo plead guilty to non criminal harassment and was ordered to perform 10 days of community service.
According to The New York Daily News, James Rosemond's mother, Cynthia Reed, filed the lawsuit against Yayo this week. The lawsuit also targets Fletcher, several record companies and 50 Cent.
50 Cent was not present during the assault and was not charged.
Benjamin Brafman, 50’s lawyer, responded to the lawsuit saying Reed is looking for “a quick payday”.
The amount being sought by Reed in the lawsuit was not revealed.
Apr 8, 2008
Eminem's mother, Debbie Nelson, is reportedly being sued by a man who claims he helped her put together a book based on the Detroit rapper but was cut out of the profits.
According to The Associated Press, Neal Alpert of Birmingham alleges he entered an agreement with Nelson in 2005 to be her agent and develop the book My Son Marshall, My Son Eminem.
As part of the deal, Alpert was supposed to receive 25% of the book's profits.
The book, which was realesd last year in the UK, has sold over 100,000 copies and Alpert claims he has not been compensated. The book is scheduled to hits US shelves this week.
Nelson could not be reached for comment on the lawsuit which was filed in Oakland County Circuit Court yesterday (April 7).
Apr 7, 2008
13 years have passed since legendary Compton rapper Eazy-E died suddenly of AIDS. Today, he's remembered as one of the forefathers of gangster rap.
Two weeks after his passing, Compton Mayor Omar Bradley designated April 7 Eazy-E Day in Compton, and this Monday (April 7) marks that day, according to a report from Louisiana State University's Daily Reveille.
The late rapper is responsible for creating one of the seminal acts of the gangsta rap genre, N.W.A., along with Dr. Dre, MC Ren, the D.O.C. and Ice Cube. They achieved platinum success with their debut, Straight Outta Compton, and the individual members went on to have successful solo careers, specifically Ice Cube and Dre.
Furthermore, the group helped catapult West Coast rapper into a force in the music industry, spawning films like "Boyz N The Hood," "Menace II Society," and the parody "CB4."
In their heyday, they even gained the attention of the FBI, who issued a warning letter to the group, thanks, in part, to their controversial "F*** The Police" track.
10 days after being admitted to the hospital, Eazy-E died on March 26, 1995.
R.I.P. Eazy-E. September 7, 1963–March 26, 1995.
Ms. Jones morning crew were talking about the court case over the house between 50 & his sons monther, When 50 decided to call in & speak on it, and several other issues.
He says that Young Buck isn't part of the group G-Unit, but is still a solo artist on G-Unit Records.
“You can look at it and see that’s Game [former G-Unit rapper] all the way. I was giving him a chance, giving him the benefit of the doubt [to remain with the group]. You can take this as an official notice right here – pretty much you can say: Young Buck is no longer in the group G-Unit, but signed to G-Unit [Records] as a solo artist,” 50 Cent told DJ Envy, a co-host on the Hot 97 Morning Show with Miss Jones.
He also mentions that him & Floyd Mayweather got into a fight& still continues to go in on Fat Joe.
Listen to the audio here
The L.A. Times on Monday (April 7) officially retracted the controversial investigative story on Tupac’s 1994 shooting penned by reporter Chuck Philips.
Released on the paper’s website on March 17, the story implied implied that a number of music industry figures, including Sean “Diddy” Combs and Jimmy “Henchman” Rosemond, had prior knowledge of an ambush on ‘Pac at the Quad studios in Manhattan. The story was later disproved by an investigative piece published by website thesmokinggun.com.
The web site’s report pointed out that a number of documents used by Philips to source his story were actually fakes created by incarcerated conman James Sabatino. Combs and Rosemond rejected Philips story immediately after its publication and maintained that they had nothing to do with the attack on ‘Pac. After an internal investigation prompted by The Smoking Gun’s report, The L.A. Times apologized to the parties involved.
In today’s retraction, the newspaper reiterates its apology and retracts comments made in the story and later by Philips on a blog and during an online chat. “To the extent these publications could be interpreted as creating the impression that Combs was involved in arranging the attack, The Times wishes to correct that misimpression, which was neither stated in the article nor intended,” the paper said.
Statements in the article suggesting that Diddy was informed of the ambush by Sabatino prior to the incident were also specifically retracted.
Young Buck will be giving fans an up close and unrated look into his life via his upcoming DVD titled Billion Bucks.
Advised by his psychiatrist to take a camera wherever he goes to gain a better understanding of himself, Buck and director Jason Goldwatch hit the road and every part of the G-Unit rapper’s life is captured.
The DVD, which is a double disc, will also include a photo gallery, three new music videos and six new tracks which feature artists from Buck's Cashville Records.
Billion Bucks will hit shelves on June 10th. Watch the video for “Lose My Mind” which is included on the DVD below.
"Love In This Club"
Usher Feat. Young Jeezy
Some Tracks that have leaked in the last couple of days
I missed a couple of days last week. Had some personal stuff to take care of, here is my attempt to catch ya'll up on everything that went on while i was "on leave"
Also for those who care, i get the emails from ya'll saying I've fallin' off and this and that, If you pay attention to my chat box on the right, I've recently had Lasik Eye surgery and my vision is fluctuating, so i try not to be on the PC much. However I'm hoping that in the next couple of days my vision will return to normal, and i can give yall the ImHipHop that you've all grown to love.
Jay-Z & Beyonce Tie The Knot
Jay-Z and Beyonce reportedly tied the knot in his Manhattan penthouse yesterday (April 4) night.
According to People Magazine, trucks were spotted delivering food, candelabras and flowers to the rappers house most of Friday.
In the evening, the couple's friends and family including Kelly Rowland and actress Gwyneth Paltrow were spotted arriving at the penthouse.
An unidentified close friend to the couple confirmed the wedding.
“It happened earlier this evening,” the friend said. “Jay wanted it to be a really private affair -- close friends and family.”
The couple, who have been dating since 2002, have not released an official announcement about the wedding.
Gossip Blogger Perez Hilton also breaks down the meaning behind the "IV" tattoos seen on Jay and B's ring fingers.
Beyonce was born on September 4th while Jay's birthday is December 4th. They were married at 4pm, April 4th- the fourth hour of the fourth day of the fourth month of the year.
Lil Jon Launches Wine Label, Status Of New Album Still Up In Air
Lil Jon has launched his own wine label called Little Jonathan Winery.
Jon revealed to The Associated Press recently that Little Jonathan Winery offers a vast selection of wines including chardonnay and merlot.
“It kind of came out of nowhere,” Jon explained. “We were just going to do some private label stuff (for parties) and we did it, and people were like, `Hey, it's pretty nice.”
Jon , who already owns an energy drink company called Crunk Juice, said he chose to not to associate his stage name with his wine label because he wants to take a more serious approach.
“I wanted [to] make it just a little bit more upscale than regular 'Lil Jon’,” said Jon. “This is not no ghetto Boone's Farm; this is some real wine.”
Earlier this year, Lil Jon's record label, TVT Records, filed for bankruptcy.
The rapper claims his oft-delayed solo album Crunk Rock is complete and that he is waiting for his label to get back on its feet so he can release it.
“I want to get it out ASAP, but TVT has to figure out their business, and that's about all I can say,” said Jon.
50 Cent Heads To Court To Kick His Baby Mama Out Of Long Island House
The back and forth between 50 Cent and the mother of his son continues as the G-Unit honcho will reportedly ask a judge today (April 3) to have her evicted from his house in Long Island, New York.
50 and Shaniqua Tompkins, his ex-girlfriend and the mother of his son Marquis, were embroiled in a bitter legal battle over child support payments last year.
50 was initially ordered to pay $25,000 a month in child support to Tompkins but a judge would cut it down to $6,700 in February this year on condition that Tompkins used the money to find a new residence.
According to Radar Magazine, 50 claims that Tompkins has not attempted to find a new residence and is taking advantage because he pays all the bills for the Long Island home.
Tompkins lawyer, Paul Catsandonis, plans to argue today that his client cannot be evicted because by definition she is not a tenant. Tompkins doesn’t pay any rent and there was no lease agreement.
Catsandonis will also emphasize Tompkins has to take care of two children who reside in the house, Marquis and her daughter by another man. Both children also attend schools in the neighborhood.
Tompkins also claims that 50 promised her the house.
A representative for 50 Cent refused to comment on the case.
MC Breed Arrested for Failure to Pay Child Support
MC Breed was picked up by authorities in his hometown of Flint, MI on Thursday afternoon (April 3) for failure to pay child support. Breed, who is perhaps best known for his track "Gotta Get Mine" enjoyed moderate success during the early and mid ‘90’s.
Since his debut in 1991, he has amassed an extensive catalog and counts renowned MC’s such as Too $hort, Tupac and Scarface amongst his collaborators.
According to The Flint Journal, Breed was picked up on a warrant at around 4:00 p.m. on Thursday by Genesee County Sheriff’s deputies as him and a film crew left the Music Planet record store on Carpenter Rd. Police knew where to find the rapper, who now lives in Atlanta, after he mentioned that he would be signing autographs at Music Planet during a previous interview with The Flint Journal.
Authorities say Breed owes $220,000 in back child support. Because of the arrest, Breed missed a 7:00 p.m. show at the Perani Arena with headliner Lil Wayne. The arrest is not the first of its kind for Breed.
The MC previously served eight months in prison on a parole violation related to a separate child support case.
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Atlanta bred rapper T.I. began his 1,000 hours of community service by visiting a local high school yesterday (April 4).
Last week, T.I. plead guilty to various weapons charges as part of a plea deal.
Under the agreement, T.I. was ordered to spend at least 1,000 hours over the next year speaking against drugs, guns and gangs to “at-risk youth”.
If he fulfills the obligations of the community service, he will only receive a year and a day behind bars when he is sentenced in March 2009.
If he doesn’t abide by the plea agreement and fails to stay out of trouble, he faces up to over 3 years behind bars.
According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, T.I. spoke to Stockbridge High School students Friday afternoon using his recent brush with the law as a warning.
“Hopefully the mistakes I've made can come across to you and you can see where I went wrong, so you don't have to go down the same road,” T.I. told a gymnasium filled with 10th and 11th graders.
T.I. is expected to make more visits to various schools in the coming months. Hours after his guilty plea last week, the rapper's attorney revealed that he has received numerous requests for T.I.
Jay-Z is reportedly close to finalizing a $150 million deal with concert promoter Live Nation to launch a venture called Roc Nation.
According to The New York Times, the venture is part of a ten year deal which will finance Jay-Z’s record label, his upcoming tours and various endorsements and investments. Jay-Z will split his profits with Live Nation.
As part of the deal, Jay-Z would have to drop three albums during the 10 years. Each advance for the albums will be $10 million. The rapper’s current co-headlining tour with singer Mary J Blige is also part of the agreement.
The deal, which will be announced this week, is one of the biggest music contracts ever awarded.
Live Nation chairman Michael Kohl said that Jay-Z's business acumen is one the major reasons they entered business with the Brooklyn bred rapper.
Last year, Jay-Z sold his Rocawear clothing line to the Iconix Brand Group Inc for $204 million in cash. He also acquired the Artful Dodger clothing line for $15 million and expanded his 40/40 franchise.
Earlier this year, Jay-Z began his own advertising agency with mogul Steve Stoute.
“What [Jay-Z’s] done has kind of mirrored what we want to do and where we think we’re going,” said Cohl.
Jay-Z, who stepped down as CEO at Def Jam last year , still owes the label one more album as an artist. The album is likely to drop this year.