Tyler The Creator clowned Ne-Yo during Hot 97’s the Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg morning show. The “TreeHome” rapper initially praised the singer for taking a selfie with him at the Grammys. “I took a “selfie” with Ne-Yo. That ni**a crazy. That ni**a wild,” he said. But Tyler soon clowned Ne-Yo after Odd Future associate Taco… Continue reading Tyler The Creator Calls Ne-Yo ‘Sus’
Month: February 2013
St. Lawrence Gangster Disciple CashOut Says Slain Chicago Teen Tooka ‘Did Hits’
In past interviews, Chicago rapper Cashout broke down the brewing beef between himself and Interscope Artist Chief Keef. CashOut jumped into national spotlight after claiming to have slept with Chief Keef’s mother. CashOut did this to get back at Chief Keef for disrespecting fallen friend “Tooka.” “One of my lil’ homies got killed who was… Continue reading St. Lawrence Gangster Disciple CashOut Says Slain Chicago Teen Tooka ‘Did Hits’
Odd Future’s Tyler The Creator Doesn’t Care If White People Use ‘N-Word’
Tyler The Creator weighed in on the issue of white people using the racial slur “Nigga” during an interview with Hot 97’s the Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg morning show. “We don’t actually give a f*ck,” the “TreeHome” rapper said. “We don’t give a f*ck about that sh*t. Motherf*ckers who care is the reason why racism… Continue reading Odd Future’s Tyler The Creator Doesn’t Care If White People Use ‘N-Word’
Kappa Alpha Psi Member Cedric The Entertainer Says He Was Good With His ‘Kappa Kane’
Comedian Cedric The Entertainer isn’t shy to rep his Kappa Alpha Psi. The “Barbershop” actor recently sat down with “What’s Up” online publication to discuss his beloved fraternity and the “Kappa Kane.” “The Kappa Kane! I’m in the frat Kappa Alpha Psi,” the actor said. “I have been since I was a pledge in ’84… Continue reading Kappa Alpha Psi Member Cedric The Entertainer Says He Was Good With His ‘Kappa Kane’
Power 105’s ‘The Breakfast Club’ Bring Back the Original Harlem Shake
A strange cultural phenomenon occurred several weeks ago after dance videos were uploaded to the Internet with participants dancing to song producer Baauer’s song “Harlem Shake.” The song, initially released on May 22, 2012, didn’t pick up steam until early February. The irony of the dance videos being created is the participants are not doing… Continue reading Power 105’s ‘The Breakfast Club’ Bring Back the Original Harlem Shake
Drake & Swizz Beatz In the Studio Working On New Hit For ‘Nothing Was The Same’ Album
Drake is cooking up another classic for his loyal fans. Drake is securing some of the hottest producers for his upcoming third studio album “Nothing Was The Same.” Hip Hop Swizz Beatz took to Instagram to upload a photo of himself and the “Started From The Bottom” rapper in the lab. “Y’all already know what… Continue reading Drake & Swizz Beatz In the Studio Working On New Hit For ‘Nothing Was The Same’ Album
Did Drake Throw Up Illuminati Hand Sign in ‘Started From The Bottom’ Music Video?
Social media has been buzzing with rumors for quite some time that Young Money Cash Money artist Drake is affiliated with the so-called “Illuminati,” a secret society that aims for world domination. A certain scene in Drake’s latest music video could reignite rumors of his affiliation. In “Started From The Bottom” official music video, Drake… Continue reading Did Drake Throw Up Illuminati Hand Sign in ‘Started From The Bottom’ Music Video?
Did Drake Start From The Bottom?
Drake’s infectious “Started From The Bottom” is running the airwaves. The song, produced by Mike Zombie, details the Canadian emcee’s rise to the top. The video shows Drake as a young man working in a grocery store and getting a promoted to assistant manager. From there, Drake and his crew fly in a private jet… Continue reading Did Drake Start From The Bottom?
Chicago Filmmaker Cassidine Explores Lil JoJo’s Murder Scene
Chicago filmmaker Cassidine took a camera and went to the location of the Lil’ JoJo’s murder scene. The murder occurred in the “Have It All” rapper’s neighborhood on 69th street. Chicago rapper Lil’ JoJo met an untimely fate on Sept. 4, 2012 after he was struck by a barrage of bullets in a drive-by shooting.… Continue reading Chicago Filmmaker Cassidine Explores Lil JoJo’s Murder Scene
Chicago Filmmaker Cassidine Explores Chief Keef’s O’ Block Neighborhood
Chicago filmmaker Cassidine took on the task of going to Interscope artist Chief Keef’s gritty O’ Block neighborhood. Chief Keef, born Keith Cozart, can be heard occasionally referencing O’ Block and Lamron in songs. Lamron is street name “Normal” spelled backwards. This neighborhood is the territory of notorious street gang Black Disciples. Cassidine says residents… Continue reading Chicago Filmmaker Cassidine Explores Chief Keef’s O’ Block Neighborhood