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Cassidy Returns to Battle Rap Next Month Vs. Goodz in Atlanta

Platinum-selling, number one charting Philadelphia legend Cassidy makes his long-awaited return to battle rap next month on Saturday 27 April on the big stage in Atlanta, this time debuting on the SMACK/URL stage vs. Bronx legend Goodz.

This will be Cassidy’s first battle since his controversial encounter with Los Angeles- based battler Dizaster four years ago at the FilmOn.TV’s “Ether” event in LA, with consensus giving that battle to Cassidy 2-1 in an overall disappointing battle plagued by technical issues that failed to live up to the lofty hype surrounding such a potential classic showdown.

With one of the battles of the decade now only five weeks away, the 27 April event “Resolution” will also feature a stack of other top quality battles making it the battle rap event of the year thus far. The long-awaited rematch battle of SMACK/URLTV.tv’s top gunner Tay Roc vs. the red hot, in form K-Shine has battle rap fans in a frenzy and promises to deliver one of the best battles in years. The indisputable number one new guy in battle rap, Nu Jerzey Twork, has been setting SMACK/URLTV on fire in recent years and faces a formidable opponent in the experienced John John Da Don, who is coming off a great 12 months both on stage and with his Atlanta-based BulllPen Battle League. Big stage enforcer Shotgun Suge takes on the rapidly developing Chef Trez, which will be a great test for the Chef as he has an opportunity to go head to head with one of the most commanding big stage performers in the culture in Suge. Back to back puncher Rum Nitty takes on CaveGang’s T-Top, in a battle that will be interesting to see if the small room (king of the Volumes series) expert Rum Nitty can continue to perform to such a high level in the main room as he has also previously done in the past.

Goodz over the last 15 years has battled the likes of URL’s Tay Roc, T-Top, Aye Verb (hosted by Jadakiss), X-Factor, Hollow Da Don, Rone, Hitman Holla, K-Shine, Jae Millz, Conceited, Head I.C.E, Tech 9, Rich Dolarz as well as Cassidy (off-camera) more so at the beginning of his career. Goodz is currently in top form, coming off a very strong performance against Tay Roc in Houston at NOME 8.

Cassidy came up in the late 90’s and early 2000s as a feared, tried and well-tested battle rapper throughout Philly and beyond who honed his craft heavily (including famously battling Freeway of State Property) before being signed by Swizz Beats/Ruff Ryders. Cassidy would go on to release three classic albums in the mid-2000s, collaborating with the likes of Styles P, Talib Kweli, Havoc, Nipsey Hussle, Nas, Fat Joe, The Game, Alicia Keys, Murda Mook, Tay Roc and Loaded Lux amongst many, many more.

This will be the first time that big room battle rap has reached Atlanta and “Resolution” is shaping up to be a hip-hop event that cannot be missed. Head to Club Mansion for one of the biggest battle events ever held outside New York on battle raps leading platform, SMACK/ URLTV and cop the Pay Per View if you can’t be in the building. Sure to be a night for the history books.

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Lil’ Kim Reveals Release Date For New Album ‘Nine’

It is now safe to say nearly 14 years since her last album, Lil’ Kim is officially on the verge of dropping a new album. During a show in Atlantic City on Saturday (Mar. 23), the Queen Bee revealed the release date of her forthcoming album Nine, and it appears to be any day from now.

According to the rap legend, her fifth album, Nine will be released on May 17, which is less than two months away.

“Alright, well I’m here…fuck it. May 17th. ‘Nine’. The album. It’s my fifth album,” she said.

She went on the praise the effort, suggesting it will present a bop-bound appeal and announced it will feature a collaboration with Rick Ross.

“I got some shit for y’all! One of my favorites is this record I got with Ricky Rozay. Crazy.”

Let’s not get it twisted. Lil’ Kim has not been a ghost from the music scene. She has been pretty active within that 14-year album gap. Since her fourth album The Naked Truth, she has dropped four mixtapes including Ms. G.O.A.T. (2008), Black Friday (2011), Hard Core 2K14 (2014), and Lil Kim Season (2016). Contributing to her library of collaborative efforts, in 2017 she was featured on Remy Ma’s “Wake Me Up” single which sampled one of Kim’s most historically favored songs “Queen Bitch.” She also released two singles last year, “Took Us A Break” and “Nasty One,” tracks that serve as a gimmick for what direction the Brooklyn rap legend is taking as she makes her return.

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Elton John Says A Tribe Called Quest Is ‘the Seminal Hip-Hop Band of All Time’

Sir Elton John has exposed his Hip-Hop taste, which includes a dose of A Tribe Called Quest. In a recent episode of a special edition of Elton John’s Beats 1 radio show “Elton John’s Rocket Hour” featuring Q-Tip, the pop-rock legend describes the iconic Hip-Hop group as being “the seminal hip-hop band of all time.”

The episode takes off with both class acts telling tales about their careers in music, spine-tingling moments, and their favorite jams. In the midst of the fluent chatter, John took a moment to express his thoughts about A Tribe Called Quest. “There’s something about A Tribe Called Quest that was so cool. It was so kind of laid back but it was so funky. You were unlike any other hip-hop band,” said John.

He went on to share his hip-hop experiences in the UK, highlighting the beauty of hip-hop unity. “I remember starting out seeing bands like N.W.A. and Public Enemy in London at the Hammersmith, and then De La Soul,” John recalled. “There’s something wonderful about you guys coming together.”

Later in the episode, John honorably recognized ATCQ as being “the seminal hip hop band of all time.” After noting their disbanding, Q-Tip compared the separation as a marriage saying, “it gets to the point like it’s a marriage as everybody says,” he said.”It got a little funky there but we always loved each other we all grew up with each other and plus the times were changing. When we started it was more of a group thing, and then years later it’s a very trendy thing in hip hop where it got to be a solo man’s game. It just happened, but we did okay.”

Q-Tip teamed up with Demi Lovato last year to cover Elton John’s classic duet with Kiki Dee “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” for Revamp: Reimagining the Songs of Elton John & Bernie Taupin, a tribute album dedicated to Sir Elton and his longtime songwriting partner Bernie Taupin. Before the release of the tribute album, Sir Elton appeared on ATCQ’s last album We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service on the track “Solid Wall of Sound” featuring Busta Rhymes and Jack White.

The appreciation for great music between Elton John and Q-Tip is certainly on record that not only bridges generation gaps but serves as a window of cross-recognition among the diverse spectrum of music genres.

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Kevin Durant Reveals the Purpose of His Burner Accounts on ‘The Boardroom’

Golden State Warriors star forward Kevin Durant leaves all effort on the court but has recently let fans into his mind with his new series The Boardroom available on ESPN+.

Always a constant point of basketball conversation on social media, Kevin Durant details his own experiences on social media apps, specifically addressing his burner account controversy. The moment was sparked by episode three’s guest and former college hoops star Jay Williams, who was curious to why it happened.

“I wasn’t used to that amount of attention, you know, from playing basketball,” Durant revealed. “I wanted a place where I can talk to my friends without anybody just butting in my conversations, or mixing my words, or taking everything out of context, because I enjoyed that place.”

Also in the episode, Durant and Williams are joined by Breanna Stewart, CJ McCollum, Jack Dorsey, and Ronnie 2k. The following episode brings in Will Ahmed, the legendary Steve Nash, and Finals MVP Andre Iguodala to the Boardroom to discuss player development.

You can catch the new episodes of The Boardroom with Kevin Durant here.

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Rah Digga Pegs Nicki Minaj as the Only Female Rapper Who Does Not Collab with Other Females

Rah Digga is one avowed female emcee who has managed to maintain a little to none record when it comes to rap beef. In her constant motion of being civil yet standing her ground as a core lyricist, Digga is certainly positioned to recognize the affairs in the world of women in Hip-Hop, especially when it comes to unification. In a recent interview with Vlad TV, the Flipmode Squad first lady confirmed she was making reference to Nicki Minaj in a controversial tweet from 2017.

Back in 2017, in a passionate Twitter discussion that included her top female emcees, she made a statement about there being one female rapper who does not conduct collaborations with other female rappers. While she never said the name of the female rapper she was referring to, many hypothesized she was making reference to Nicki Minaj.

When asked by DJ Vlad about the statement who assumed it was the Beam Me Up Scotty rapper, the Dirty Harriet emcee went on speak on the premise of the statement.

“I just get tired of people asking ‘What’s wrong with all the females? Why the females can’t get along?,’” said Digga. “I hate people constantly asking that question when it’s like, it’s not the females. There is just one particular person that entered the fold and now the female rap genre is up in arms.”

There is no denial about the influence Minaj has had on the forum of female rappers within the past ten years. She is unarguably the biggest femcee of the millennium, with triple platinum albums and gold records, recording breaking achievements reigning from chart entries to streams and music video views, and sold out concerts and ultimate mainstream appeal. Despite her success, both DJ Vlad and Rah Digga highlighted the Queens rapper’s fiasco of collaborating with other female artists and historic beefs including those of Lil’ Kim and Cardi B.

Rah Digga went on to speak on her prime time and how she was being pitted against Lil’ Kim and other female rappers due to her non-hyper sexual approach and anti-ghost writer stance. She acknowledged the various unique lanes in female rap, who the New Jersey native slated “Lauryn Hill, the Nubian goddess,” “Lil’ Kim, the sex kitten,” “Trina, the pit mama from the South,” and herself, “Rah Digga, the direct descendant of MC Lyte,” along with Chi-town’s Shawnna as examples.

“Females were clearly not getting along in my era too. This isn’t something that just started,” she said. “Chicks been not rocking. But, I think at the end of the day there was always still this underlying understanding that even if we don’t fuck with each other, we gonna rock with each other. Cause this is how we keep the genre moving.”

She continued:

“When Nicki Came along, it was like, why don’t you have the same energy as the rest of us?”

Rah Digga is clearly speaking from an angle of a seasoned emcee and did not hesitate to uphold Nicki Minaj’s influence. “I don’t take nothing from her because she really did, for the most part, revive female rap on the commercial front.”

She went on the suggest Minaj should have used her platform to pull worthy up and coming female rappers under her wing, including Cardi B.

“There’s Dreezy, there’s Dej Loaf. If she was smart, she would’ve scooped Cardi under her wing.”

Rah Digga’s vocal output on the state of women in Hip-Hop is a type of rhetoric that tends to be a taboo outlook for many other female rappers. Earlier in the interview she stated, “When you’re on the main stage, you pull your sisters up.” Will this be a matter Minaj tackles head on any time soon?

Check out Rah Digga’s interview with Vlad TV, below.

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Black Thought Spits Rap About 2020 Presidential Candidates on ‘Fallon’

For the past ten years, The Roots have furnished The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon as the official house band, giving the pretense an organic hip-hop flavor. In a recent episode, the Philadelphia collective’s lead MC Black Thought broke into a rap session about the multiple amount of candidates for the 2020 United States presidential election.

Fallon, in his usual humorous habitat, mentioned the recent news of former Texas congressman Beto O’Rourke’s addition to the 2020 presidential election pointing out the fact it is difficult to keep up with the number to candidates in the race. Black Thought immediately chimed in and suggested the use of hip-hop’s rap element can help followers of the election keep up with the scroll of growing candidates. “It’s not that hard. Especially if you write a helpful rap about it,” the “Twofifteen” rapper said before bursting into a freestyle:

“We’ve got Warren in the race, and she’s ready to rock/ We’ve got Julian and Harris pulling up on the block/ Cory Booker and Delaney have the bald game locked/ And Bernie’s back again, he’s looking like he got shot/ We’ve got Williamson and Klobuchar and Gabbard and Yang/ Pete and Hickenlooper have the funniest names…”

Making mentions of Julian Castro, Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, John Delaney, Bernie Sanders, Marianne Williamson, Amy Klobuchar, Tulsi Gabbard, Andrew Yang, Pete Buttigieg and John Hickenlooper, Thought continued the rap as the class act band tuned up and concluded the spit by mentioning Kanye West in lieu of his self proclaimed run at the 2015 VMA’s. “And then Beto’s there, and Biden gives a massage/ It’s only 2019, and it’s anyone guess/ Oh, and we’re still waiting to hear from Mr. Kanye West,” he raps.

Black Thought’s helpful rap just might help hip-hop heads stay on top of the 2020 presidential election in a rather cool way. A cool that hip-hop has historically managed to set the precedent for worldwide. Check out Black Thought’s election rap on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, below.

 

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Virgil Abloh & Louis Vuitton Remove Michael Jackson Themes From FW19 Collection Amid ‘Leaving Neverland’ Controversy

The theme for Louis Vuitton’s FW19 presentation at Paris Fashion Week Men’s, which originally wowed the fashion industry in all the right ways, is now causing the brand to completely backtrack and remove it altogether. It’s an act that truly has us wondering one thing: is this truly the beginning of the end for Michael Jackson’s legacy?



As unfortunate as it is to report this, both for the nature of the crime in question and the one being accused of it, the luxury fashion house and its recently-appointed menswear creative director Virgil Abloh are the latest to face backlash brought forth by the scathing Leaving Neverland documentary. Backed by a premiere at Sundance, a two-night airing on HBO and an after show special hosted by media maven Oprah, the doc depicts the disgraced King of Pop being accused of extreme acts of child sexual abuse by two of his former prepubescent associates. The reactions have been split — loyal MJ fans stand by his innocence while abuse survivors are denouncing the mere mention of his name — which has now put Virgil and LV in a tough predicament, seeing as the FW19 show was completely dedicated to him down to the “Billie Jean”-inspired set design.

Here’s what Louis Vuitton’s chief executive officer Michael Burke told WWD in an official statement regarding the doc:


“We find the allegations in the [Leaving Neverland] documentary deeply troubling and disturbing. Child safety and welfare is of utmost importance to Louis Vuitton. We are fully committed to advocating this cause.”

— Michael Burke, Chairman/chief executive officer, Louis Vuitton


Abloh followed with similar sentiments, addressing the controversy in the same statement by saying, “I am aware that in light of this documentary the show has caused emotional reactions. I strictly condemn any form of child abuse, violence or infringement against any human rights.” According to WWD, the brand has made the decision to remove all MJ-focused themes from the FW19 offering. While specific items weren’t named, we can assumed that it will include the sparkly gloves (seen above), T-shirts depicting MJ’s signature tip-toed dance move and quite possibly the Jackson 5-inspired sweaters. What lingers are the range of items inspired by The Wiz. While Michael Jackson did in fact star as Scarecrow in the 1978 retelling of The Wizard of Oz, he alone doesn’t embody the entire significance of what that movie means to Black culture and cinema in general. We’ll just have to see when the collection starts hitting retailers in later months.


Image: Louis Vuitton

Image: Louis Vuitton


Let us know whether you agree or disagree with this decision to remove MJ from the Louis Vuitton FW19 Collection by sounding off over on Twitter and Facebook. Take a look below to reminisce on better times and watch the full runway show:

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Nipsey Hussle Confirms Joint Album With Meek Mill, Meek Cosigns

Nipsey Hussle is without a doubt in the midst of his prime time. Taking a break from his mixtape era, he finally released his debut album Victory Lap, which received a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Album earlier this year. In a new interview, Hussle confirmed the coming of a joint album with Meek Mill, a highly anticipated work for hip-hop heads.

On Friday (Mar. 8), the Compton rapper sat down with Los Angeles station REAL 92.3 and revealed the making of the album with the Philly MC and slated this summer as its anticipated release.

“We’ve been cutting ideas and just getting in. We got a couple records that’s going to go off for the summer. It’s not hard at all we just got to lock in and get the records done,” he said. “We working right now as we speak. We on album time right now. Next thing we going to put out musically is an album.”

Hussle spoke on his tactic of reaching out and supporting fellow young LA rappers, mentioning his humble beginnings going on tour and opening up for the Game as a starter. “I got embraced when I came out. Game said my name on the radio and took me on tour with him,” said Hussle. He continued, “When I see young artists just putting their best foot forward, good music, representing the good part of the city, real section, its only right.”

Meek Mill cosigned the project by taking to Twitter and retweeting an article with several eyeball emojis, hinting his excitement.

Hussle also touched base on his observation of Meek Mill’s growth, deeming the Championships artist’s ways and actions as “Wisdom.”

Wisdom. You be in the game for a while and you learn this shit and you figure out what works for you,” said Hussle. “I just think Meek’s elevated. He applied the game he got from being in the game for a while.

 

The joint project does not have an estimated amount of tracks yet, but it is obvious the two are striving for a summertime banger. He does not sound regretful about his near signage to MMG falling short, but highly optimistic about his coming project will Mill. Watch Nipsey Hussle’s interview with REAL 92.3, below.

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Biggie’s Biggest Style Staples You Can Still Cop in 2019

R.I.P. to the one, the only, The Notorious B.I.G.

22 years have passed since Biggie was murdered on March 9, 1997 while leaving an afterparty for the 11th Annual Soul Train Music Awards in Los Angeles. That night, he hit the stage to perform a medley of his hits “One More Chance (Remix)” and the Junior M.A.F.I.A. posse cut “Get Money.” At no point could he have imagined that it would be his last time ever performing on a stage, or at all for that matter, but he sure went out looking extra dapper in a black tux and top hat to match. While it certainly was a memorable style moment for the bigger than life rap star, it was far from the only instance in his career where he kept it all the way fresh.



From photoshoots to the stage, and even on a classic cover of The Source Magazine, keep scrolling to see some of his most memorable fashion statements and how you can still cop those iconic looks today:


COOGIE SWEATERS

This one’s a given. There’s probably no other brand that B.I.G. is associated with as much as he is to COOGI. Whether for ugly sweater parties, a ’90s-themed kickback or just to stay cozy down to the socks, you can still pull this look off.

COOGI Classic Crewneck – $600 USD
Shop here: COOGI


KANGOL HATS

This was a popular hat during the 1990s that fit Biggie’s mafioso rap persona to a tee. As the 504 is just as iconic to the Kangol brand as B.I.G. is to Hip-Hop, it’ll always be a fashion statement that you can rock “on and on and on and…” just like his flow on “Nasty Boy.”

Kangol Wool 504 – $50 USD
Shop here: Kangol


BAPE

Of course the King of Brooklyn would be rocking one of the rarest BAPE pieces before the BAPE trend even made it big in America. The iconic Japanese streetwear retailer re-released this same jacket last season, so it’s clearly still a favorite amongst Ape Heads even after all these years.

A Bathing Ape GOTE-TEX 1st CAMO Snowboard Jacket – $1,000 USD
Shop here: StockX


VERSACE SHADES

BIG had such an impact on Versace that the luxury fashion house gave him the ultimate tribute by re-releasing the frames he made notoriously popular — they even named it the “Biggie Frame.”

Versace Havana Medusa Biggie Sunglasses – $295 USD
Shop here: Versace


TIMBERLAND BOOTS

Ok, so Biggie in no way started the Wheat Timbs movement, but it was definitely a rare occasion where he wasn’t rocking a fresh pair. We wonder how funny he would’ve though all these “NYC Timbs” memes are.

Timberland 6-Inch Premium Boot “Wheat” – $190 USD
Shop here: Timberland


HAWAIIAN SHIRTS

Image: Chris Walter/WireImage

Either he predicted the trend would be popular in the current menswear cycle — remember Pusha T in Prada last year? — or he was simply just always in summer mode. We’ll go with the latter, but BIG made these look fly then and even now.

PRADA Printed poplin shirt – $920 USD
Shop here: Prada


A CLASSIC SUIT

Straight off his last living appearance on the cover of The Source (Issue #91), Biggie went out on a truly classic note, and we’re proud to have this one in the vault. Nothing is more traditional than a two-piece suit, and given his larger-than-life persona and size alike, The Notorious B.I.G. rocked it just as well as he did with a mic. Forever missed; forever fly.

Vintage Plain Gray Tweed Suit – $220 USD
Shop here: Studio Suits


R.I.P to The Notorious B.I.G. Your memory will continue to live on through us and rap fans across the globe. Your style, well, that will simply never be duplicated.

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This 72-Year Old Grandfather Goes Viral Making Trap Beats

Kanye West once said, “Lock yourself in a room, Doin’ five beats a day for three summers That’s a different world like Cree Summers.  I deserve to do these numbers.”

There’s a chance Arthur Dubois was listening because the 72-year old grandfather taught himself to produce music. Not to mention, he is making the type of beats his teenage grandchildren may appreciate.

Dubois’ musical genius came alive six years ago at the age of 66 when he began making Hip-Hop beats as a hobby.

In an organic nature, the Chicago native figured out how to create the pulse of Hip-Hop through trial and error.  “I was tampering with it but I wasn’t doing too well and stuck at it,” Dubois told BuzzFeed News.

Surprisingly the elderly man took a liking the speaker knocking sounds of trap music. “They didn’t have it in my day. While his musical palate may be more diverse than those of his generation, he says it “sound[ed] good.”

This past Monday Dubois felt his music sounded good enough considering he took his music to a local studio to get a professional opinion.

He visited Haven Studios, a youth mentoring music studio in the south side of Chicago. There, he met 32-year-old rapper and producer named Andre “Add-2” Daniels, who also owns the studio. He asked Daniels to take a listen to his track.

At first, Daniels was rather hesitant and maintained the studio was for the youth. However, he agreed to listen. To his surprise, “When I heard his music I was in complete disbelief because you wouldn’t expect him to make this style of music, to be able to do it well, and to appreciate it as music, where sometimes our elders don’t see it as music,” said Daniels.

The 72-year old was astonished at the reception of his music. Daniels shared clips of the track on Twitter and was equally astonished.

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