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DJ Hard Hitta – “Privacy” (Feat. Scotty & T-Top) (Video)

Hailing from Houston, TX, DJ Hard Hitta mixes tech and music with his new single PRIVACY featuring two of the top battle rappers of the era, T-Top and Scotty.

DJ Hard Hitta is no stranger to staying ahead of the curve, having worked with numerous artists in the entertainment industry. Hard Hitta’s work record has stretched far and wide, from Rap-A-Lot Records, Sauce Walka to Nipsey Hussle and Fetty Wap just to name a few. DJ Hard Hitta is a staple within Houston and Nation-wide for his impact on introducing records to the masses. Now Hard Hitta is venturing into the new endeavor of rapping and developing his own music instead of breaking music for other artists. Check out this instant classic, PRIVACY right here.

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Gatti800 – Sex Dance (Music Video)

New Jersey artist Gatti800 makes a splash on the scene as he returns with a new visual for his widely recieved single, “Sex Dance”. Hailing from Atlantic City, NJ, the emerging Jersey artist provides a spin on a common music video, including skits throughout, Gatti delivers comedic relief while providing a club record for the ladies. After collaborative efforts with Albee Al, Da Baby, FH Snoop and more, Gatti is proving to the world that Atlantic City is more than just casinos. Check out the ‘Gil Videos’ directed video single below and be on the lookout for more content from Gatti800.

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Gatti800 – Sex Dance (Music Video)

New Jersey artist Gatti800 makes a splash on the scene as he returns with a new visual for his widely recieved single, “Sex Dance”. Hailing from Atlantic City, NJ, the emerging Jersey artist provides a spin on a common music video, including skits throughout, Gatti delivers comedic relief while providing a club record for the ladies. After collaborative efforts with Albee Al, Da Baby, FH Snoop and more, Gatti is proving to the world that Atlantic City is more than just casinos. Check out the ‘Gil Videos’ directed video single below and be on the lookout for more content from Gatti800.

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NICKELS – “Take a Ride” (Music Video)

Germany-based Hip-Hop artist NICKELS grew up with major influence coming from U.S. Hip-Hop culture–studying rappers like DMX, Tupac, Immortal Technique, 50 Cent and Mobb Deep. Having been raised in South Africa for most of his life and later relocating to Berlin, Germany, he’s picked up a ton of versatility that eventually translated into his own music. Rap has given NICKELS, who was aptly named after his skillful ways of ‘chasing the bag’, a sense of identity throughout his life’s trials & tribulations. His reflects on that with the release of his latest music video, Take a Ride.

I been through a lot of bad times and went through hell and back. I used to be in a lot of trouble as a kid and had to move a lot. Rap definitely helped me to give me a voice to express myself and be heard. In the song ’Take a Ride’ I’m speaking about these dark times that I been through. -NICKELS

“Take a Ride” is a smooth and honest offering coming in from the international emcee. Take a look & listen to his new effort, and stay tuned for more heat soon to come.

 

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Former 112 Frontman Q Stands With Mase Regarding Diddy Publishing Beef

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Sean “Diddy” Combs was the target of an Instagram rant from Mason “Mase” Betha, who claims he’s been fighting to get his publishing rights back from the Bad Boy Records founder. Former 112 lead singer Q says he stands with Mase and his group also signed a similar deal back in the 1990s.

 

TMZ caught up with the singer born Quinnes Parker as he walked about Washington, D.C.  After leaving 112 back in 2018, Q has been doing his own thing but no doubt caught wind of his former Bad Boy label mate’s missive at Puff.  While Q believes that Diddy should release the publishing rights back to Mase and himself, he did say that the mogul didn’t exactly swindle them as those contracts were standard back in the day.

Check out the video from TMZ below.

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Azealia Banks Thanks Fans For Support After Neighbor Pulls Gun On Her, Allegedly

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Azealia Banks has landed in the news again but this time, it appears this is a far more serious situation in comparison to other breaking stories. The Harlem rapper claimed that a neighbor threatened her with gun violence which prompted her to drop her address publicly.

The unretired rapper was on Instagram Live broadcasting from her Southern California home where she tearfully told her fans that a neighbor allegedly pulled a gun out on her after knocking on her door. Banks, 28, said she was afraid to involve the police because she said that police might take the man’s side and that she was the only Black person living on her street.

Banks gave out her address to fans asking for their help and protection but instead, police were called to the home and it was later revealed by Banks that the neighbor apparently lied about the firearm. She then said that she intends to leave the residence and move back home to New York to complete work on an album.

Across social media, some observers took the low road and made jokes about the situation. It isn’t a laughing matter, despite one’s interest in Banks’ career or her past actions. The threat of gun violence is a serious thing and we can’t help but hope for the best for an artist that still has something to offer the game should she choose to share her talents.

Check out the videos that have been floating about on social media below. A Warning: the images may be disturbing to some.

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Snoop Dogg Calls Gayle King “B*tch” Over Kobe Bryant Questions, Twitter Drops Comments Like It’s Hot

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Snoop Dogg has never been one to mince his words on a variety of subjects, but it appears he may have crossed a line with many on Twitter. The Long Beach, Calif. rapper and entertainer took to social media to call Gayle King a “funky dog-haired b*tch” due to her line of questioning regarding Kobe Bryant from a recent interview.

King interviewed basketball legend Lisa Leslie for CBS and their chat covered a range of topics, including the tragic loss of late Los Angles Lakers great. While King’s questions about Bryant’s sexual assault case appeared to come from a fair place of getting an opinion from someone who was close to him, some observers felt that it crossed the line considering the tragedy isn’t even two weeks passed.

One of those dissenters included one Snoop Dogg, who took to Instagram video to share a few words aimed at the veteran journalist.

“What do you gain from that? I swear to God, we the worst, we the f*cking worst. We expect more from you, Gayle, don’t you hang out with Oprah?” Snoop posed.

He added, “Why you all attacking us, we your people. You ain’t coming after f*cking Harvey Weinstein asking him dumb-ass questions. I get sick of you all.”

From there, Snoop went for the final blow.

“I wanna call you one,” Snoop continued. “It is okay if I call her one? Funky, dog-haired b*tch! How dare you try to tarnish my motherf*ckin’ homeboy’s reputation, punk motherf*cker? Respect the family and back off, b*tch, before we come get you.”

The chatter online has been explosive and we’ve got some of the responses from supporters and detractors below.

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Fofty Lives: 50 Cent Cuts Interview Short After Mention Of Alleged French Montana Fade

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While 50 Cent hasn’t been the relentless terror that he’s been in times past online and in the real world, the legend of Fofty is still very much intact. During a recent sit-down, the G-Unit mogul shut down the interview after he was asked about an alleged dustup between him and French Montana.

The artist born Curtis Jackson spoke with Complex News about his upcoming television drama For Life where he serves as its executive producer. The series follows the story of Isaac Wright Jr., a former prisoner who fought the system from within en route to becoming a lawyer and advocating for the rights of other prisoners.

The interview then moved to Fif’s recent Hollywood Walk Of Fame ceremony where his former label head Marshall “Eminem” Mathers” gave a glowing speech that chronicled the journey 50 made as a buzzing mixtape rapper from Queens, New York to now one of entertainment’s brightest minds on the executive front.

But hanging in the air was the beef between 50 and French Montana, which has been ongoing and culminated in an alleged altercation in Miami during Super Bowl Weekend. Complex inquired about the rumored fight which effectively ended the interview.

“I’m not interested in it,” Fif said of the alleged beef. “There’s not much going on.”

When Complex pressed and essentially assumed that Fif would indeed dole out an eye jammy to his opposition, Fif stood and began removing his microphone.

“I can’t believe you would say these things about me,” Fif said. “Peace my brother. Do not allow my inner peace to disturb your inner demon.”

For what it’s worth, Fif said all of this with a knowing wink in his eye.

Check out the video of the interview below.

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Swirl Status: G-Eazy Kissing On Megan Thee Stallion Has Black Twitter In Their Feelings

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The Hotties and hopefuls don’t seem too pleased to be waking up Monday morning (Feb. 3) to a video of G-Eazy passionately kissing and sucking on the neck of Megan Thee Stallion. As a result, Black Twitter has reacted to the clip in a variety of ways while wondering if there’s something going on between the two rap stars.

The clip in question was shared by the @stelladesanta, which kicked off a Twitter thread of clips and images relating to Young Gerald and Hot Girl Meg while also connecting all this to G-Eazy’s ex, Halsey. The video came from G-Eazy’s Instagram Live and was thought to be taken in Miami during the Super Bowl LIV weekend festivities.

The thread continued with a screencap of Megan’s latest Instagram photo and the comments between her and G-Eazy. Then it continues with a video of Halsey at a concert, also in Miami, blasting a fan who apparently screamed out her ex-boyfriend’s name in the crowd with the singer threatening to throw that fan out.

Her former relationship with the Oakland rapper has been something of a sore spot and she took to Instagram to voice her displeasure at fans who have been sniping at her about her ex, prompting her to also frame the relationship as “abusive.”

Adding to the madness, a clip of G-Eazy and Megan Thee Stallion dancing to Halsey’s song “Closer” inside an unnamed club.

With the footage out there for the world to see, the Hotties don’t seem too thrilled at the prospect of Megan Thee Stallion and G-Eazy potentially being a couple. Again, it could all just be playful drunken hijinks but the Internet has assumed much without much evidence.

We’ve got those reactions listed out below.

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Lil Wayne Says He Refused To Get Bodied By Eminem On Their Collaborations (Video)

In the late 1990s, Eminem and Lil Wayne burst onto the Rap around the same time. Both MCs’ careers date back earlier into the decade. However, the same 1999 Marshall Mathers released The Slim Shady LP, The Hot Boys’ Weezy dropped breakout solo, Tha Block Is Hot. Each artist had respected veteran producers at the helm in the form of Dr. Dre and Mannie Fresh, respectively. From there, each artist took flight into superstardom during the next decade. Although an Eminem and Wayne collaboration may have seemed unusual to some Rap fans in the ’90s, the two men worked together several times. 2009’s “Forever” linked Em, Weezy, Kanye West, and Wayne’s protege Drake for a blockbuster single. Later that year, Marshall appeared on Wayne’s Rock song “Drop The World.” A year later, Tunechi returned the favor with a feature verse on “No Love.” Royce 5’9 & Kxng Crooked Discuss Who Was Better On Renegade: JAY-Z Or Eminem (Video) Appearing on Drink Champs (episode #195) for the release of his January 31 album, Funeral, Wayne describes the level of competition that he feels with Eminem. “I did a few joints with Em, that’s my man,” Lil Wayne says. Co-host N.O.R.E. brings up Eminem’s propensity to out-rap his collaborators—a claim once popularized by Nas during the feud with JAY-Z. “You’re probably the only person that did a record with Em that [the fans] said that Em didn’t body,” N.O.R.E. says at 35:30. “How do you feel about that?” Busta Rhymes & Lil Wayne Have Fire In Their Bellies As They Slay This Track Wayne responds, “I can humbly say that I expected [to stand up for myself]. When you get on that joint, it’s like a championship game. And [then] you win it, and they ask you, ‘How do you feel?’ I came in with my game plan, and I expected my game plan to work. When you send a song to Em…yeah, I tried to attack it like that, like, ‘Nah, you’re not gonna do me [like] this. So I’ma put it all out there [too]. Either we gon’ be right here with it, and we’re going to make a beautiful great song, but you ain’t gon’ do me that.’ Nobody ever said [anybody bodied each other]; I just made sure that he didn’t body me, ’cause that boy is a monster.” N.O.R.E. asks if Wayne is competitive, and the guest says “yeah” with wide eyes. He adds that that includes his pupil, Drake. “All day. I make sure he knows that when he sends [the beat]. ‘Make sure your mama don’t be listenin’ to this.'” Lil Wayne’s Manager Reveals Cash Money Blocked The Release Of Carter V & A Big Check (Video) Wayne also credits his mentor and adoptive father Birdman with his competitive spirit. Before speaking of Em specifically, Weezy said that on Hot Boys’ songs, Cash Money Records’ co-founder always put the best verses up front. “Being in Hot Boys was perfect, but I looked at it like school. That’s a test: ‘I’ma go pass the test when I get to that studio; my verse gon’ be the hardest.’ And with Baby, it was always about who he wanted to go first…That always let us know he liked your verse the most. Now go back and listen to how I start off on all them songs.” N.O.R.E. also reads a text from Tidal’s JAY-Z. “When [Lil Wayne] rapped [a mixtape version of] ‘Show Me What You Got,’ I had to take a long walk and look at myself in the mirror, and I said ‘are you sure you still got this?'” After hearing Jay’s words, Wayne recalls getting Shawn Carter’s rare praise for Da Drought 3’s “Dough Is What I Got.” “[JAY-Z] let me know ‘you comin’ for me, boy!’ It’s just a privilege. I can’t get on that [song] and play with it, man.” Wayne likens the thrill to his favorite NFL team: Green Bay. “You don’t understand, I’ma about to walk out of here like the Packers won!” Wayne adds that he feels that Eminem made him feel like Jay’s sentiments. He also says that his “Hello Brooklyn” verse (which includes a reference to Capone-N-Noreaga) for JAY-Z was something Hov heard on a Wayne mixtape and asked him to re-purpose for American Gangster. Elsewhere in the discussion Weezy also points out that his mixtape catalog earned him no money. Lil Wayne Has Settled His Lawsuit For Cash Money & More The interview finds Lil Wayne crediting Missy Elliott as one of his favorite rappers. He describes the love and loyalty that JAY-Z showed him during hard times. The MC also describes writing none of his bars down since an early 2000s mixtape. It is believed to be 2003’s SQ7: 10,000 Bars tape with Squad Up. He also details his fandom of the Los Angeles Lakers, Boston Red Sox, Louisiana State University, and the Packers. Funeral features 2 Chainz, Big Sean, Lil Baby, Takeoff, and veteran Young Money artist, Lil Twist. Notably, the LP is 24 tracks long. Following the Jay Rock-assisted “Bing James,” there is a 24-second moment of silence. This week, Wayne confirmed to Skip Bayless that both gestures are signs of respect to Kobe Bryant, who died in a helicopter crash on Sunday (January 26).

The Drink Champs interview taped prior to that incident. Big K.R.I.T. & Lil Wayne’s New Song Takes A Deep Dive Into A Form Of Addiction Earlier this month, Eminem released a sneak-attack album, Music To Be Murdered By.

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