Chris Brown was at Diddy’s Supperclub party in Hollywood earlier this week with Rihanna, and he gave the crowd a preview of a new rap song, which turns out to be titled “Let The Blunt Go,” a track that will appear on Funkmaster Flex’s upcoming mixtape Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself?
And tonight, Flex lets Breezy’s new League of Starz-produced joint fly as his first offering from the upcoming tape, which will also feature new music by Lil Wayne, The Diplomats, Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz, Young Jeezy, Mac Miller, French Montana, Action Bronson, The LOX, Juicy J, Joey Bada$$, and Childish Gambino. Listen below.
New video teaser “Major Distribution” featuring Young Jeezy & Snoop Dogg
off of 50 Cent’s upcoming album “Street King Immortal”.
During an interview with HotSpotAtl, T.I. says his focus is on his net worth and not the renewed beef between fellow Atlanta rappers Gucci Mane and Young Jeezy.
T.I. is no stranger to beef, having had a memorable back and forth with Lil Flip as well as briefly being referenced in the mild feud between Iggy Azalea and Azealia Banks. But, as it regards fellow Atlanta emcees Young Jeezy andGucci Mane, Tip isn’t looking to choose a side or play peacemaker for the time being.
“Man, I got the money in mind,” T.I. responded, when asked about the beef in an interview with Hot 107.9 FM. “I got the sights set on a big sack with a lot of money in it, man. I’m talkin’ like multi-million dollar conglomerate type stuff. Anything that’s not of that nature and understanding, I don’t really see it. So I really don’t know what you’re asking me about.”
Earlier in the week, Gucci Mane took to Twitter stating that if his former collaborator, T.I. wanted to get involved he could. Tip had no explanation for why Gucci would call him out, but he reiterated his desire to stay focused on financial matters.
“A lot of times in life, things happen and we never know why,” T.I. added. “Guess what? The focus is what counts. I’m focused on that sack champ. I’m trying to get myself where Dre, Puff, Jay and them are at—I’m talking net worth wise.”
People wondered where Lil Kim’s new music was before 2009 when Nicki Minaj started turning the female rap game into a Harajuku Barbie World and now we finally have some answers. While fans thought she had backed out of the rap game for good, she was legally barred from releasing new music.
This past weekend, she sat down with DJ Envy for MTV’s ‘Sucka Free’ and revealed that she’s been dodging lawsuits over the years which has prevented her from recording and releasing music She attempted to by-pass the lawsuits and release her Black Friday mixtape in 2011 (through orders on Paypal), however, she’s been in a legal chokehold for six years after she attempted to switch labels when she was released from prison.
Atl two hottest artist T.I & Young Jeezy team up for “Fuck Da City Up”
Fabolous Shuts Down Webster Hall. Performs “Oj” W/Jadakiss & Young Jeezy + Songs Off Of “There Is No Competition 3″
Two days after Valentine’s day Fabolous with the help of the legendary Funk Master Flex took over Webster Hall for Ladies Night Out. Fab performed cuts off his recent mixtape “There’s No Competition 3″ and also brought out special guest Young Jeezy and Jadakiss to do “OJ”.
Drake, French Montana and Officer Ricky