The new “OxTales” album, is a first hand account and thoughts of Roc C. He takes you on a journey through Oxnard as a youngster to adulthood, with all the joys, trials and tribulations which made him the person he is today. Presenting the city through his eyes, dating late 90’s to today.
The album includes guest features by Oh No, Jelly Roll, D. Moe, King Harris and more, and production by Oh No, Jelly Roll, Dae One to mention a few.
New York rapper Safaree Samuels is seriously a family man. He went online to celebrate his daughter turning 10 months old but also to let the world in on his feelings as a daddy. Safaree Gives Insight On Daddy Life Safaree took to Instagram to let it be known what it’s like to have kids. […]
Benny The Butcher’s new global deal with Entertainment One (eOne) for his Black Soprano Family (BSF) imprint is already paying dividends. The imprints first release, Benny The Butcher & DJ Drama Presents: Gangsta Grillz X BSF Da Respected Sopranos, debuted in the top 10 on all major DSP’s. The Black Soprano Family (BSF) consists of Rick Hyde, Heem, LoveBoat Luciano, Jonesy, FlexxBabyy, Young World & DJ Shay (RIP).
One of the new talents Benny brought into the BSF fold is Heem, who was predominantly featured on Da Respected Sopranos. Thriving in his role as closer, Heem will put a bow on BSF’s 2020 with his new project Long Story Short. The projects first single, “The Realest,” featuring Benny The Butcher is now available at all DSP’s. From the same trenches, Long Story Short is bound to draw parallels to Benny and Green Lantern’s Butcher On Steroids (2017) mixtape.
Curated and championed by the late, great DJ Shay and Hosted by DJ Green Lantern, Long Story Short features appearances from Benny The Butcher, Rick Hyde & Boldy James, along with production from DJ Shay, Jansport J and DJ Green Lantern. The project is produced by DJ Shay & DJ Green Lantern and Executive Produced by Benny The Butcher.
Over the course of his distinguished and influential career, AZ has been nominated for a Grammy, sold millions of albums, created hit singles and lent his voice to some of Hip-Hop’s most timeless music. Though he recently appeared (“Full Circle”) on Nas’ Grammy-nominated album Kings Disease, it’s been a decade since ‘The Visualiza” has graced us with an album. AZ has been teasing fans for years that a sequel to his classic and platinum debut, Doe Or Die, was on the horizon; the wait has continued. While Doe Or Die recently celebrated it’s silver anniversary (25 years), the long-anticipated and awaited sequel, Do Or Die 2, is finally (almost) upon us.
After releasing the first dart, “Found My Niche from Doe Or Die 2, AZ returns with “Different,’ which was premiered by Vibe. “To be considered “Different,” you have to think Different, move Different, and hustle Different” AZ commented to Vibe. “In return, you stack Different, live Different and win Different.”
“It’s been a decade since I released a full body of work, but Doe Or Die 2 is just what the doctor ordered” AZ confidently asserts. “I’m going to deliver an entree like no other, I am that definition, Doe Or Die 2 will be gift wrapped and delivered top of 2021. Excellence at its finest.”
Doe Or Die 2 will be released in the first quarter of 2021 and features production and guest appearances from Pete Rock, Buckwild, Bink, Rockwilder, Heatmakerz, Baby Paul, Rick Ross & T-Pain and a few more still yet to be announced special guests.
Florida group City Girls’ JT is turning up. In honor of her 28th birthday this week, she took to social media to show off her celebration and fashion slaying. JT Shares Birthday Slideshow JT went to Instagram with a series of pictures. She shared her beautiful flower dress and a whole slideshow of herself posting […]
Fresh off his big win at the 2020 Soul Train Awards, Chris Brown leaps into action in the explosive video for “City Girls” with Young Thug off their joint mixtape Slime & B.
Directed by Brown’s longtime creative partner Jake Miosge, the short film is an homage to Old Hollywood’s gangster era during the 1940s. Narrated by Lillo Brancato Jr., who starred in A Bronx Tale with Robert De Niro, the cinematic clip finds Breezy at a downtown L.A. burlesque club where he falls for a dancer, who hypnotizes him with her moves. But moments later, chaos erupts when Thugger walks in and a shootout with the mafia ensues. Despite a hail of bullets, Chris escapes unscathed with a lady on his arm.
“City Girls” follows the top 10 hit “Go Crazy” off Slime & B, which has been streamed over 988 million times worldwide since its release in April.
Chris took home four awards at last week’s Soul Train Awards, including Song of the Year, Best Collaboration, and Best Dance Performance for “Go Crazy.” He also closed out the decade as one of Billboard’s top R&B/hip-hop artists.
New York rapper Casanova 2x is speaking out. After turning himself into authorities, a video of him claiming his innocence and talking about his legal situation has come out. Casanova 2x Speaks On Legal Situation Casanova reiterated that he’s been fighting his whole life and that he’ll beat this. He maintained that he’ll stay strong […]
Chicago’s Chance The Rapper is giving fans a reason to jump for joy. The hip-hop heavyweight has updated concerned Jeremih supporters about his status and has amazing news. Chance The Rapper Gives Amazing Jeremih Update Chance took to his social media with some fantastic breaking news. He revealed on Twitter Jeremih would be coming out […]
Saweetie’s relationship with her label has turned sour.
The “ICY GRL” is feeling “disrespected” after Warner Bros. Records prematurely released her new single “Best Friend” featuring Doja Cat to streaming services on Friday. Taking to social media, a “disappointed” Saweetie put her label on blast in front of her millions of followers.
“I am extremely disappointed in my label WBR for prematurely releasing a single I was so excited about,” she said. “I feel disrespected. I’m hands on with ALL of my creative & had such a dope rollout for ‘best friends’.”
The song was later removed, but that didn’t stop Saweetie from continuing to air out WBR, claiming the move was done for profit. “The thirst for clout & $ is real & it overrides the artists’ art,” she added.
I am extremely disappointed in my label WBR for prematurely releasing a single I was so excited about. I feel disrespected. I’m hands on with ALL of my creative & had such a dope rollout for “best friends”. The thirst for clout & $ is real & it overrides the artists’ art.
Before logging off, she thanked her fans for always holding her down. “Icy gang always dealing with the bs with me no matter what it means so much. I LOVE y’all,” she tweeted. “I’m bout to fix this nail & go to sleep. Goodnight.”
Just last month, Saweetie released a video for her Jhené Aiko collaboration “Back to the Streets” from her forthcoming album Pretty B*tch Music.
Icy gang always dealing with the bs with me no matter what it means so much. I LOVE y’all. I’m bout to fix this nail & go to sleep. Goodnight.
Houston rapper Bun B understands the importance of remembering December 4. The hip-hop veteran has come forward to celebrate the life of his late UGK group member and friend Pimp C. Bun B Remembers Pimp C The H-Town native went to his Instagram page with some heartfelt words. In addition to reflecting on Pimp, Bun […]