Monday, May 24, 2010

Slick Pulla’s Cousin Addresses Rumors Regarding Waka Flocka Incidents

Queial of Da Congressmen addressed allegations that have been rampantly spreading across the net, concerning recent altercations with rappers Waka Flocka and Gucci Mane.






Queial, who hails from Atlanta’s Zone 1 on the West Side, is the cousin of rapper Slick Pulla, who has a long running feud Waka Flocka.



A video of the confrontation hit various Hip-Hop websites Wednesday as Gucci Mane attempted to shoot a video [watch here].



The Congressmen are signed to Prestige Entertainment, Slick Pulla’s imprint.



The group consists of Queail Nitty, Put on Tone, Lil Cord, Joe Chinks, Juan Don, Lil Bussie, John Doe, Juvey, Donkee Boy, Hoodrich & ISG, TLT Truth.



Queail denied reports that Da Congressman were Crips.



“Not down with no Crip, Not down with no Blood, not affiliated with none of them, but I can say I f**k with everybody,” Queail told AllHipHop.com.



According to Queail, the problem with Waka started because “Waka is not from the ATL period, he’s from the country outside of Monroe.”



When asked if they were among the group of men involved in an altercation with Waka Flocka in Atlanta in the clothing store in March, Queail declined to say, due to legal implications.



“This has nothing to Jeezy, Gucci Mane or none of that s**t. Gucci and Jeezy don’t know nothing about that s**t, don’t wanna know nothing about that s**t,” Queail told AllHipHop.com. “Gucci and Jeezy did they own thang, more power to them. This isn’t about Waka Flocka or none of that. First of all I smashed Waka Flocka for a reason, ya feel me, and that reason was in the streets.”

Mystikal Gearing Up For Comeback

Mystikal is reminding people of why he was hot. The rapper who was recently released from a Lousiana State prison in January is already planning a comeback.






Mystikal who is known for his hits “Danger (Been So Long),” “Shake Ya *ss” and “Move B*tch,” sat down with Complex Magazine and talks about the height of his career, his stint in jail, and and plans for a return to the music industry.



Although his new album is yet to be titled Mystical stated that he has been in the studio non stop claiming “this album is damn near done and I can tell you, these n*ggas is dead! They in some serious trouble! I just threw an unofficial single out there, ‘I Don’t Like You.’ The b*tch is stupid. It’s just like, “Here, nibble off of this until I give y’all the real meal.”



When asked about his relationship with Master P, who signed Mystikal to his No Limit Records, Mystikal proclaimed “we about to go to New York. They got the VH1 Hip Hop Honors coming where they gon’ be honoring Master p for all his achievements, and we gonna perform ‘It Ain’t My Fault.’ it’s gonna be like a reunion.”

Drake Brings Out Bun B, Z-Ro, Lil Keke In Houston Concert

Fabolous & Red Cafe on 106 & Park Video

Nicki Minaj Sextape Reportedly To Be Released

As she continues her rise to fame Nicki Minaj has become the latest celebrity to be named in a sex tape scandal.






A sex tape of Young Money’s Harajuku Barbie has reportedly surfaced showing a pre-fame Minaj engaged in various sex acts.



The tape is reportedly being sold for over $100,000 and shows a younger version of Nicki Minaj performing sexually on camera.



Excerpts from the tape are expected to leak to the net soon but no word on whether it features men or women in the scenes.



As previously reported Nicki has admitted to being an openly bi-sexual woman.



She told Details magazine that she hopes rap becomes more “gay friendly” so that an openly gay male rapper can prevail.



“I think the world is getting more gay-friendly, so hip-hop is too. But it’s harder to imagine an openly gay male rapper being embraced. People view gay men as having no street credibility. But I think we’ll see one in my lifetime…”



She also told Details that she views herself as a role model and feels pressure to tone down her racy image.



“I do. I’m a role model now. I didn’t know I was gonna have 13-year-old fans, so I’ve tried to change a few things here and there. But I also know that the girls don’t want me to be Miley Cyrus, either.”

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Lil Wayne's Jail Time Is A Joke, Nicki Minaj's $100K Sex Tape For Sale, Lloyd Banks' "Beamer" Crashes

In this week's Pulse Report, doggies, we lock and load seven days back to feel like dumb a**es for taking Lil Wayne's jail time serious, learn about Nicki Minaj's sex tape hitting the market, try to understand how Lloyd Banks' "Beamer, Benz or Bentley" remix got so f*cked up and oh SOHH much more!




[Editor's Note: The views of this column do not necessarily reflect those of SOHH.com]



1. The Joke Is On You



D*mn doggies, for a few weeks I really took this guy Little Weasel serious. No f*cking bullsh*t. I even did a shout-out on here talking about his street credibility being upgraded since his a** is really behind bars. Well, no worries about the cred being taken away, I'm just in shock of how dumb we all look for taking this whole act like it's a scene straight outta Shawshank Redemption where Wayne is fighting for his dear life to make it another day. SMFH. The amount of tributes, shout-outs and "reaction" stories @sohhdotcom, @allhiphop, @mtvnews, @vibe, etc, etc have actually made me shake my head in disgust. Actually, not even in disgust but in just shock that we have put more emphasis on this guy's jail break than other sh*t going on in the world like the Tennessee flood, Gulf of Mexico oil disaster or the latest Kat Stacks video rant. LMFAO. F*ck it though doggies, it's rap. Let's see how many of your favorite rappers had words of "wisdom" to give Wayne.



Diddy



"Wayne is a trooper," Diddy said in an interview. "Wayne is doing great...I live in New York. It wouldn't have been right if I didn't go see him and check on his health and well-being. But the status of where that's at, that's his personal business...I think we gonna miss a certain energy that Wayne has...I'm just happy he doesn't have to do a lot of time and that he'll be out, and hopefully he'll use the time wisely and use it in a positive way."

Lil Twist



"We'll be fine because [Wayne] has such a big name and now we have three of the hottest stars in the world, including Drake and Nicki, so we can't lose. We're gonna continue to run this game. This whole experience has taught me to stay humble and not to get in trouble. I don't even think my bro did anything wrong. With him being who he is and doing what he does, he needs protection, but there's different rules in every spot so we're gonna just make it through.....I just want him to be proud when he sees me. I love my bro."

Gudda Gudda







"I talk to [Wayne] probably about two to three times a week," he revealed in an interview. "I let him know about everything that I've been recording and basically, he just tells me to keep going. [Wayne] is behind me 100 percent. He calls me with a lot of ideas and I execute them. I just go in the studio, knock it out."

Jay Sean







"Either Baby will go in one week and Slim will go the other week. His boys will go and see him. [Wayne is] good. He's doing well. I think the hardest thing for Wayne right now is not being in the studio. That's it. That's probably the only thing; he's probably dying to spit.....Hopefully he's not getting into any trouble. They say he's getting better and better. He's more positive. He can't wait to come out."

^ LMFAO!!! Are these doggies f*cking serious? Wayne is a trooper? Wayne is your bro? Wayne calls Garbage Garbage Gudda Gudda more than his baby mamas? SMFH!!! Stop it, doggies. Really? I could let March slide since he went in early, maybe even a few weeks from April, but it's f*cking May 21st and there are still questions about how these guys feel about Wayne being in jail? SMFH. Unless they took the dumba** Drake approach and said is was a conspiracy, then just shut the h*ll up with your walk down memory lane a**es. SMFH. Aight, so maybe I'm a little bit hyped, but after hearing Wayne brag about Rikers Island and play down his a** getting busted on some BREAKING NEWS bullsh*t with the MP3 player this week, I have no sympathy for this doggy.





"Ain't too much, I got in a little trouble and whatnot, you feel me," Wayne added about being caught with headphones and a MP3 charger. "Yeah, they tried to bang me with that. ... But I can't live without my music, Scoob. You know how it is, man. I needed my music. It's all good. I had to take my little slip up. I ain't trippin'. Players f--- up."

^ SMFH. Even though we know he's lying out of his fake a** teeth mouth about having a penthouse, you can't help but be mad as sh*t about his excitement over the phone from RIKERS ISLAND. SMFH. Doggies, between y'all and me, I've never been locked up before but even when my a** was in detention back in the old days and I missed my bus, I was STILL scared as h*ll to call my friends' parents for a ride home. So doggies, don't let this media hype and all these "reaction" stories throw you off, Wayne's a** got off lucky and he is having the time of his life right now behind bars. No sympathy.



2. Cash 4 A**



LMFAO!!! D*mn, this Barbie doesn't even have an album out yet and she's getting caught up in some f*cking sex tape rumors? LMFAO!!! Who does she think she is? Cassie? LOL. Well, in all fairness, Cassie did drop her Bad Boy 2006 dud before being completely shelved and getting those coochie photos out. F*ck it, let's keep it moving. Turns out Nicki Minaj is the latest entertainer to have some XXX-treme sh*t circulating on the Internet or getting "ready" to circulate on the Internet if the price is right. $500? $1000? $100,000? LMFAO!! WTF!?!?! MediaTakeOut says what???





Oh mee . . . oh MYYYY!!! MediaTakeOut.com just got a PRIVATE SCREENING of a new EXPLICIT VIDEO - starring what appears to be a young NICKI MINAJ. The tape, which shows VERY EXPLICIT AND GRAPHIC scenes, was supposedly made a few years ago, before Nicki got hot. And in it it shows Nicki Minaj (or someone that looks a LOT LIKE HER) doing all kinds of freaky stuff. The people who had the tape are looking to sell the contents for $100,000. Obviously we ain't that kinda BREAD . . . but according to them, they've already got one person lined up to pay the price. As soon as they negotiate the deal, they'll allow us to post an excerpt.

^ Normally I don't post the rumor sh*t and really don't go outside of what @sohhdotcom has covered for Pulse Report, but too many FaceBook doggies are talking about this so we have to put it down. $100,000 for a sex tape of Nicki Minaj? LMFAO! Can't lie, even though that's f*cking chump change when you think about Kim Kardashian pulling out with a million or something for that Ray J sex tape to get released, if this comes BEFORE Nicki got the a** plants, nose job, fake teeth, etc, etc, then sh*t, the going price was probably $25K to start with. Even though I don't f*ck with porn like that, I WOULD pay a grip to get the tape just to bring it to one of her concerts to sign. LMFAO. *Searches Google For Nicki Minaj Sex Tape Leak*











3. What Happened To That Boy?



Before we get the "F*ck G-Unit" co-signs/disses going, let's be clear. Sha Money XL is probably the ONLY person in that camp who is actually not in the red and may be able to make some money over at Def Jam b/c from hearing Lloyd Banks' "Beamer, Benz Or Bentley" remix it's d*mn there evident no one knows what the f*ck to do when you have a hot a** record. F*ck it, it's true, I said the "Beamer" sh*t was aight at best, but then to REMIX it with a beat that sounds more boring than your parents on the sh*tter? SMFH.









"I had about six different beats," Banks said. "Just sitting with 5-0 [Cent], he brought it to my attention to try and change the element a little bit. Being that already 40 or 50 artists already rapped on the [original] beat, it's kinda hard to decipher what's the real remix. If they all rapping to the same beat, you can just patch it with the other 40, 50 artists and make a mega-mix and not know what the official remix is. The beat change lets people know off the rip 'This is the official remix.' I'm pretty sure they'll be blending the original beat in with it anyway."

^ I should have KNOWN f*cking 5-0 was behind making the beat sound horrible as f*ck. SMFH. Y'all want to know why this sh*t is a flop already? It's b/c it came out last Friday and ain't getting radio play on the stations today. SMFH. Banks must think he's in chill mode still b/c if he hasn't heard, EVERYONE has hot sh*t out right now. Eminem's "Not Afraid," Rick Ross' "Super High," Diddy's "Hello, Good Morning" are all better than that soft-a** remix. Banks still rips his sh*t lyrically but it's the fact that he uses a new beat, same chorus and then puts a dope a** rapper like Jadakiss on and then f*cks things up with The-Dream and Yo Gotti. SMFH. Actually, Banks even did a break-down of why he went with these four doggies. SMFH.







The-Dream: "I had spoke to couple of different R&B artists. That's an element that I think helps. Everybody wants to be a part of that record. I don't think it has to be kept to one lane. I've heard Spanish versions to [the original], Jamaican versions to it, Haitian versions to it. I got a feel of what the melodic feel would bring to the record. The-Dream, he was already doing [his own version]. Once I caught wind of it, I was like, 'Yo, let me get that. Don't put that out.' "





Yo Gotti: "Yo Gotti, I had spoke to him directly. I spoke to him a couple times, told him I wanted to get something done with him. Before that opportunity presented itself, the [song] bubbled all down South in Memphis. I was like, 'Let's get Gotti on it.' He has the street in a chokehold. We'll probably have more records come in the future also. He definitely has a lane, man, and I wish him luck."





Ludacris: "Luda, that's the homie, man. Just through that, [it] wasn't really nothing [difficult]. Luda is out there bubbling, platinum plaques and all that, #1 records, where I'm trying to take it. Shout-out to Luda and shout-out to [Disturbing Tha Peace co-founder] Chaka [Zulu] for making that happen."





Jadakiss: "That wasn't nothing. That wasn't nothing but a phone call. I spoke to him a few times about the record. I had his verse for a minute. I had his verse while I was overseas and everyone was leaking their versions. We built the beat around his verse. He adds that extra, that lyrical element, that New York City vibe to it. I didn't want to stand alone on that joint."

^ LMFAO!!! Here's why Banks FAILED. If you do a remix, do it right when the "Beamer" sh*t is losing steam. Basically, you waited so long that Eminem laid it to rest and it could never be brought back to life. Second, HORRIBLE A** FEATURES. We'll let you slide with Jada, but Luda hasn't spit good since Release Therapy on that "Screw Up" record, and you should be ashamed of yourself for f*cking with Dreamcast and Your Got. SMFH. Last, CALL SWIZZ BEATZ for any remix b/c that beat you used sounded like something from an old Nintendo 64 game. SMFH. You're done, Banks, sorry b/c you were always my favorite, doggy.



4. You're Broke, Twisted & Girl Is A H*e



Peedi Crakk Crack. LMFAO. No bullsh*t doggies, I almost want to skip this section and go right into "STFU" Honors just b/c I feel ignorant for even giving this doggy some shine up in here. F*ck it, let's keep sh*t a hundred and explain, simply, why Peedi CRACK is being examined. First off, he decided since he got his a** released from jail, he'd go off and start saying some sideways reckless sh*t that wasn't "intentionally" dissing Jay-Z, but left the impression that he was. NO RESPONSE. Well, now that Crack man realizes Jay didn't respond to viral videos, he decides to start talking with ANYONE who will listen, record and write up the bullsh*t allegations he "now" has to make:







"I want to clarify that [Jay] doesn't steal anyone's songs," he said, "He steals swag, ideas, concepts--whatever you want to call it...Jay doesn't just straight-up jack you for a song. He's just smooth with it. You ever listen to Young Chris rap and then go back and listen to Jay? You almost start to scratch your head. The old Jay-Z never rapped like that. That's Young Gunners flow to the tee. There are actually people that don't know that that [the whisper rap] was [Chris'] flow. I don't understand why Jay don't just say that he got the swag from the young bull...Jay has no swag of his own. He has no natural cool n*gga style. But at the end of the day he has his own path to craft just like we all do and I'm all about making sure my path is full of positivity and creativity."

This, in turn, forces Peedi to fall back and see what rocks get turned over and see what happens. Well, as it would turn out, Just Blaze decides to speak up and give Crack some shine by addressing these swagger-jacking claims.







"I don't really indulge in family squabbles, making them public. The way I look at it everybody feeds off everybody and everybody works together. What we did was make something great and we had a good run," he explained in an interview. "Rather than sit there and squabble about who took what from who, and who did who wrong, it's really no point in feeding into it because I could sit there and point out a million things that people in that situation did wrong...and I know a lot of things we did right. So the way I look at everybody ended up kind of like where they are supposed to be and if they didn't end up where they felt like they're supposed to be...it might be their own fault."

^ NICE, it's done! Just says everybody was family and that's the end of it, right Peedi? No? How come? Oh, b/c Young Chris "now" has to get involved since you sideways name checked him and forced him into a situation against his boy, Jay-Z. SMFH.







"It's family, we all in the family," he explained in an interview. "We work off each other's vibes. That's how some of our best, best records came out. You gotta think when we was in the studio at the time it's pressure. Everybody that's in there gets busy, from me to Peedi to muthaf*ckin' Beans to Jay, Freeway, and it was like really a lyrical war in there. So when I say steel sharpens steel, I just mean we all fed off each other...Everybody got their own opinions and all that sh*t...You know I can't get around it evidently right. I just tell people, quality and quantity, as long as I keep delivering, I'ma get past the comparisons. I think I'll be alright out here."

^ SMFH. See why this rap sh*t is a joke, doggies? I have yet to get any responses to rappers about getting interviewed for Pulse Report, but trust, when/if they do, we won't allow a platform for the bullsh*t. I won't blame the sites for covering it b/c in all fairness, Peedi was with Jay at the Roc and even when they were doing their thing in 2005, but these Philly rappers need to calm the f*ck down and call up Freeway or Chris b/c at first everyone was mad at Dame Dash. Then Dame Dash goes broke and now the fingers get pointed to Jay-Z. SMFH. D*mn, maybe instead of doing the wack a** State Property movie acting, they should have took Kanye's lead and spent time behind the boards. Actually, it's kind of funny when you look at it b/c it seems like the only ones still caking off those Roc-a-Fella days is Just Blaze and Kanye West, the PRODUCERS. LOL. No further remarks on Peedi, just had to let y'all see how much f*ckery goes on with these doggies trying to use name drops and disses to get the moguls to pay them attention. D*mn, anyone seen Beanie Sigel or that "Empire State of Mind" remix diss he said Jay had recently? I wonder where he could be, hmmmmmmmm...........





5. "STFU" Honors



LMFAO!!! FINALLY! Yes, doggies, @Mr.BulldogButterworth's favorite section is back for another week of your favorite RAPPERS saying sh*t that should just put them in "Shut The F*ck Up" Honors detention FOR LIFE! From Nas not knowing if he really thinks rap is dead to Kanye West really making us click away from his t*tty and a** website if we're under age to T-Pain, Lil Cease and Swizz Beatz...d*mn, we have it ALL! LOL!



1. Nas







"[Rap] died several times, but I do believe in the heartbeat of it right now," Nas said in an interview. "There are a lot of new artists, and artists that have been around, who are kicking a** right now. I just wanted to give a boost to people and to myself, to push people to go harder. It's a different world now."

2. Kanye West







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3. T-Pain







"Revolver is coming," he promised in an interview. "We're just trying to see...It's hard to sell records unless you're Susan Boyle, I guess. Nobody is selling records. I should compete on 'American Idol' the way they're selling records when they come off of there."

4. Lil Cease







"Nicki ain't really got too much competition out there. Ain't too many female rappers out there. But she's a female, one that's bringing the sex appeal back to it. No matter what Kim talked about, she had the appeal to it. Kim would dress up. She looked like a lady. Kim could rap about the hardest thing ever, but she would still dress up: hair done, she still got on the flyest stuff. Nicki is kinda taking it to that same mind frame. She's having fun with it too."

5. Swizz Beatz







"'On To The Next One' was definitely for my album," Swizz revealed in an interview. "It was the last song on Jay's album. He's Jay-Z, so I don't mind falling back and playing the producer role. That also happened with the 'Iron Man' song for Busta. My three year-old son came up with the concept for the song simply by playing with his Iron Man toy, in the studio. Now they are playing that song on the radio. I respect Busta. He is a great friend beyond the music, so I let him have it."

***LMFAO!!! D*mn doggies! Funny sh*t this week, but what's goodie with all these albums getting pushed the f*ck back? Sh*t, sounds like Kanye and them boys are gonna be dropping later instead of sooner, but we still got hot sh*t ready to drop thanks to Eminem. D*mn, anyone have guesses yet on what Drake is gonna sell? Hate to say it, but I really think no matter what he sells, it'll be looked at as a failure. Doggy just couldn't take the heat and I think he's doing his best to act like he's content. Come on, doggies, this guys can't catch a break. Didn't @sohh say something about Jamaica officials getting mad at his music video "Find Your Love?" LMFAO!!! D*mn, he can't even accidentally get away with sh*t, huh? We'll see how sh*t turns out, b/c at this rate, I'm still guessing he does that 150 to 200K mark. Apologies, even though I don't like to give them out, about the absence from getting back at some of y'all, baby mama drama is under control but I'm in the middle of getting myself a Dell laptop, so prepare for all h*ll to break loose soon. LOL. Stay up doggies, I see y'all!!! --BB ***



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Lil Kim Throws Up The Roc, Signs With Jay-Z's Roc Nation

New York rapper Lil Kim has reportedly signed a deal to join Jay-Z's management company, Roc Nation.




According to reports, Jay will also help executive produce her Roc Nation debut.



Brooklyn's female rapper and actress Lil Kim has officially signed a record deal with Jay-Z label Roc Nation. This rumor has been floating around for a while, but earlier today, industry insiders confirmed this rumor. A major announcement should be made soon. As of press, no word on when Kim's new album will be dropping. The big homie Jay-Z is expected to be executive producing Kim's new album. Roc Nation is an entertainment, management, and music publishing company, founded in 2008 by Jay-Z. In 2009, Kanye West became the CEO. (Hip Hop Beef)

Music blogger Perez Hilton has also confirmed the new signing.



Although she's seen better days, Lil Kim is ready to make a musical comeback! The rapper officially signed a record deal with Roc Nation. Jay-Z is even expected to produce her next album. Inneresting. (Perez Hilton)

Last July, Kim spoke on putting together her new album.



"Album should be out in a few months," Kim said in an interview at the pre-BET Awards show last weekend. "We don't have a set date yet but the song 'Download' is featuring T-Pain and Charlie Wilson is doing very well and I'm excited about that 'cause it's been a long time since I made my rounds. But I got another song that's with a producer named Detail, he's a Konvict Music producer and I love this song. I can't tell y'all the name yet 'cause it might be the next single but just know that this album, I'm feeling real sexy and nasty y'all, so it's gonna be an upgrade of Hardcore." (EZ Street Show)

She previously said the project was put on hold due to her participation on "Dancing With The Stars" last spring.



"Never, music is in my heart and that's the reason I'm on 'Dancing With The Stars' because I've always felt music," Kim said about abandoning music. "Right after 'Dancing With The Stars' [new album is coming.] My schedule is so crazy with 'Dancing With The Stars.' We rehearse six to eight times, from eight hours a day, so it's like, I do have time on the weekends to go into the studio and when I do, I do a little bit. I have a song out right now with T-Pain...I'm about to do a mixtape with my people, it's gonna be called Lil Kim: Family & Friends...And I'm paying for the music videos." (The Q Deezy Show)

Fat Joe Lets Trey Songz Record Out The Bag, "The City & Streets Ain't Gonna Be The Same" [Video]

Fat Joe Lets Trey Songz Record Out The Bag, "The City & Streets Ain't Gonna Be The Same" [Video]Terror Squad leader Fat Joe has announced plans to drop his new Trey Songz single, "If It Ain't About Money," tomorrow (May 24) night on New York radio station Hot 97.




According to Joey Crack, the track will be premiered courtesy of Hot 97 radio personality Funkmaster Flex.



"Yeah yeah, what up y'all, welcome to the Darkside," Joey said in a video. "It's Coka Krillz. You hear that soulful sh*t in the background? It's the new single this Monday, man, city ain't never gonna be the same, streets ain't gonna be the same man. Funk Flex is gonna be dropping that sh*t this Monday. Joe Crack, Trey Songz, if it ain't about money then it ain't about sh*t. Darkside." (Hip Hop N More)

Yesterday, Crack hinted at his new song being debuted on Monday.



"THE COUNTDOWN TO THE BIG SURPRISE ON MONDAY!!!!!!!! GET READY FOR THE MOVIE !!!!!!CRACK!!!!!!!!"

"COMING ON MONDAY!!!!CRACK!!! http://twitpic.com/1q2ow1"

"MY NEW SINGLE ON MONDAY!!! CRACK!!! http://twitpic.com/1q2qfc" (Fat Joe's Twitter)

Rap pioneer DJ Premier recently said his signature sound would be featured on the hip-hop heavyweight's next solo project.



"Speaking of Fat Joe, I'm on his new album," Preemo recently toldradio personality Tim Westwood. "He called me and said 'Preem, this album is straight gutta' so I gave him a nice little nasty head-nodding evil Premier joint. Be ready for that. That's just the warm-up." ("Tim Westwood TV")

The album features both commercial records and street tracks inspired by his fans.



"This album, I just wanted to take it to the streets crazy," Joe said in an interview. "When I go on tour I see a lot of my fans that are real loyal. They all kept telling me, 'Yo, Joe we want you to come back to the hardcore.' I tried to make them happy so I just took it all the way to the dark side. I'm just trying to give 'em that balance of that real street gritty Fat Joe -- the gangsta early Fat Joe -- but at the same time who also knows how to make hit records." (VIBE)

Check out Fat Joe's video below:

Nicki Minaj Undergoes New Rap Alias, "I've Officially Changed My Name"

Young Money's Nicki Minaj has decided to change up her rap alias according to a Twitter message she wrote Sunday (May 23) evening.




Based off the tweet, Minaj has "officially" switched up her nickname.



"I've officially changed my name and will only respond....to Roman. Roman Zolanski. Out." (Nicki Minaj's Twitter)

As of late, rap stars like Diddy have shown their support for the New York emcee.



And now, Nicki Minaj is finalizing the paperwork that will allow the Last Train to Paris superstar to guide her career. The Young Money femcee has already been in the studio with Diddy, and he's been singing her praises. "Nicki Minaj, she's definitely one of the great ones," Diddy told MTV News while promoting "Get Him to the Greek," speaking publicly for the first time about his new signee. "She has a long way to go, but you know how we recognized LeBron [James] was a great one, Tiger [Woods] was a great one, and Kobe [Bryant] was a great one? Nicki is up there. Her story has just begun." (MTV)

New Jersey rapper Redman recently vouched for Minaj and applauded her ability to maintain a strong buzz.



"I like Nicki Minaj, I love the whole Young Money camp and what they're doing," Red said in an interview. "Because hey, they're keeping the sh*t going, you can't know them. And I look at it as anyone that don't like what they're doing, step the f*ck up and change it then and make a change. You can't sit back complaining on the sideline, you gotta be in the game...They're original, even though Nicki Minaj has her wild style to her or whatever but she's keeping them talking. And that's what you want to do. She's making an impact, I even said her name on one of my new records...They're either gonna love you or hate you but they gotta respect you and I think that's what Drake's going after, that's what Nicki Minaj is going after..." (Vlad TV)

Minaj is reportedly aiming to drop her debut album in the fall.



"Young Money/Cash Money/Universal Motown recording artist Nicki Minaj will release her highly anticipated solo debut album in Fall 2010. 'I don't want to do anything that sounds like what any other female rapper has done,' said Nicki Minaj. 'I want to start a new lane that one day, 10 years from now, girls will say, 'I'm more of a Nicki Minaj type.'" (Cash Money Records Press Release)

Fabolous Ready To Face Jay-Z & Ludacris At BET Awards, "I Can't Wait To Go There" [Video]

Grammy-nominated rapper Fabolous recently shared his reaction to receiving a BET Award nomination and confirmed his attendance at this year's annual showcase.




Facing off in categories like "Best Male Hip Hop Artist" against stiff competition like Jay-Z and Ludacris, Fab said he hoped to go home with an award.



"I'm very appreciative of that," Fab said acknowledging his BET Awards nominations. "We make music and you hope that it's well received and I hope to win an award, you know, to be nominated is the first step in that so I can't wait to go there to the BET Awards, [see] the festivities, watch the great performances and see if I can bring one home." (Miss LS)

Fab has been nominated in three BET Awards categories.



"Best Male Hip Hop Artist" B.o.B. Drake Fabolous Jay-Z Ludacris "Best Collaboration" Beyoncé f/ Lady Gaga - Video Phone B.o.B. f/ Bruno Mars - Nothin' On You Drake & Trey Songz - Successful Drake f/ Lil Wayne, Kanye West & Eminem - Forever Jay-Z & Alicia Keys - Empire State of Mind Trey Songz f/ Fabolous - Say Aah "Viewers Choice Nominees" Beyoncé - Sweet Dreams Jay-Z & Alicia Keys - Empire State of Mind Monica - Everything To Me Rihanna f/ Young Jeezy - Hard Trey Songz f/ Fabolous - Say Aah Young Money (Lil Wayne, Gudda Gudda, Nicki Minaj, Jae Millz, Drake, Tyga) f/ Lloyd - Bedrock (Chiff)

Jay-Z and Beyonce lead this year's ceremony with the most nods.



Rapper Jay-Z and his wife, Beyonce, will compete in three categories at the 2010 BET Awards. They're both nominated for video of the year, best collaboration and viewers' choice. Jay-Z received two nominations in the video of the year category, which includes newcomers B.o.B and Melanie Fiona. Jay-Z is the top contender with five nominations; he's also up for best male hip-hop artist. Beyonce, Fiona and Alicia Keys, who follow with four nods each, are all up for best R&B female artist. R&B crooner Trey Songz also received four nominations. (ABC News)

Nominees were formally announced last week in New York City.



The nominations were announced today by Queen Latifah, Diddy, Dirty Money and Stephen Hill, BET's president of music programming & specials, at the Rooftop Garden in New York City. Produced in association with Cossette Productions, the BET Awards recognize the achievements of artists, actors and athletes in 19 categories, including the Viewer's Choice award and the Centric Award. For a complete list of nominees, visit www.bet.com/betawards.

Mayweather might not need Pacquiao anymore

Mayweather might not need Pacquiao anymore

Something that people may be missing out on as to why Floyd Mayweather Jr. hasn’t made any comments about Manny Pacquiao willing to be tested at 14 days before a fight is that a fight between him and Pacquiao wouldn’t necessarily be the best money-making options for Floyd. Although the fight would likely be the biggest in history, it might not bring Mayweather the kind of money that he wants because he will likely have to cut the revenue with Pacquiao 50-50 in order to fight him.






In contrast, if Mayweather fights another opponent, he basically will get 90-10 revenue split and will be able to keep most of the money for the fight. Why fight Pacquiao for $40 million when Mayweather can fight a lesser fighter and get the same amount? Mayweather isn’t in this for the legacy. He wants the most money he can get without getting hit too much. If he has to give Pacquiao half of the money just to get a fight with him, it’s not really worth it.



And then when you throw in the problems of the random blood testing that Mayweather wants and Pacquiao really doesn’t, it seems much easier to skip the hassle and take on someone else who is willing to be tested randomly all the way up to the fight like Mayweather wants. Pacquiao has said recently that he’d be agreeable to being tested up until 14 days before their fight, but that’s still not a random blood test. Mayweather is going to want more than that, and it doesn’t sound like Pacquiao is willing to budge from his latest concession.



This is why I think the fight won’t get made. Pacquiao has limitations that make the fight basically undoable. If he was willing to be tested throughout like the way Mayweather wants, then I would give the fight a chance to be made. But it still wouldn’t be a really appealing fight for Mayweather because he would have to share more of the income with Pacquiao. Why share with a fighter that’s not willing to take the tests that you want? And all the other mess with Pacquiao suing him doesn’t help either. That has to be difficult to for Mayweather.



I think the fight can be made if Pacquiao and his team do a number of things. First of all, they need to agree to the full random blood testing all the way up the fight. Second, they need to agree to a smaller cut of the revenue. Third, Pacquiao should, in an offer of good faith, drop the defamation lawsuit against Mayweather. If Pacquiao does all those things, I can see the fight getting made with Mayweather. If Pacquiao does none of them, I don’t think there’s much if any chance of this fight getting put together. In that case, Pacquiao needs to start looking in another direction towards the next best opponent. There’s really no one popular right now in the welterweight division for him to fight. The same for the light middleweight division.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

@mrnes @smoothfellatv new NES single how I do on i tunes NOW! mrnes.com http://ping.fm/EWZzw

Thursday, May 20, 2010

@mrnes @smoothfellatv new NES single how I do on i tunes NOW! mrnes.com http://ping.fm/DcJfg

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Me being caught up with this!dint get much work done today,now I'm backed up!
Today I had one of the roughest days I had in a min!its impossible to help some one when they don't want to help them selfs,what else can I do!but learn2 let go
Note: now that my marketing campaign is bigger I notice hip hop music is not liked world wide ass much. in matter of fact is one of the most hated,wonder y?
Greatness most often results not from extraordinary ability, but rather from ordinary ability followed through w/ extraordinary devotion.
Already having a terrible day!smh no good!

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Smh no good!!god don't like ugly!(Word!)
I need a dollar!a dollar is what I need ,hey hey!if I share my story with you will you share your dollar with me!hey hery!(Luv this record)

Monday, May 17, 2010

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Good night friends! Mrnes.com
Follow smoothfellaz new artist @Uzi_N_YungJ this kids is the future.
F it taking a brake madden time with my dud sondy

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Oh man time square bound shout to pichy ent my brother for life!!!we party like bosses!

Friday, May 14, 2010

Some people think they slick,like sum one is stupid!lolol lmao I find it funny cause to be real it don't bother me,business is business
@mrnes @smoothfellatv new NES single how I do on i tunes NOW! mrnes.com http://ping.fm/mDlxo
Yea weekend is here!!gotta get drunk today need a brake,don't for get shooting video jun 6 can't wait!love 2 work!mrnes.com

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Not 2 b negative but after a day of conferring sum friends n reading ya post on fb now I believe there is no such thing as love,loyalty,friends and family smh

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

RT @iheartquotes: ?Forgive your enemies, but never forget their names.? ~ John F. Kennedy iheartquotes

Eminem Tops Charts With New Single ‘Not Afraid’

Eminem will join a very elite club tomorrow when the new Billboard Hot 100 singles chart is unveiled. The hip-hop king’s new single, “Not Afraid,” will be just the 16th to debut at No. 1 on the nearly 52-year old chart.




Released digitally last Monday (May 3) just four days after its radio premiere, “Not Afraid” busts out of the gate with 380,000 first-week digital downloads, according to Nielsen SoundScan — the biggest sales week for a digital track this calendar year. The song also debuts at No. 24 on the radio-based Rap Songs chart, and is bubbling under the Radio Songs chart with 10.3 million listener impressions, according to Nielsen BDS.



“Not Afraid” is the lead single from Eminem’s new album “Recovery,” due out on June 22. The single is the first to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 since Oct. 17, 2009, when Britney Spears’ “3″ danced in at No. 1. “Afraid” is only the second rap single to start at No. 1 following “I’ll Be Missing You” by Puff Daddy & Faith Evans featuring 112, which began its 11-week run at the summit on the chart dated June 14, 1997.



“Not Afraid” is Eminem’s third chart-topper. He first led the list for 12 weeks with “Lose Yourself” in 2002-03 and made an impressive 78-1 jump with “Crack A Bottle,” along with Dr. Dre and 50 Cent, on the list dated Feb. 21, 2009. “Bottle” set a then-record for selling the most downloads in its first week of release (418,000), a mark shattered the following week when Flo Rida’s “Right Round” started with 636,000.



Of the 16 debuts at No. 1, a full 10 of them came between 1995 and 1998. Until the end of 1998, a song could only chart on the Hot 100 if it was released as a commercially available single. The bevy of debuts was prompted by singles being withheld from the market in order to maximize chart position on the tally — which is based on combining airplay with sales information. At the end of 1998, the Hot 100 changed its formula, allowing airplay-only, or non-commercially available songs to chart.



Thus, it’s much harder now for a single to enter at No. 1, as radio airplay will usually enable a song to debut at lower rank. But as Spears and Eminem have proven, instant reaction with a huge sales number can trigger a perfect storm and prompt a No. 1 entry right out of the gate.
Hey ya!hope ya having a great day!just had lunch was starving,now i have a meeting with my dud urban chemist. mrnes.com

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Styles P Vouches For The "New" Shyne, "I Can't Knock Him At All

Styles P recently reached out to SOHH to share his opinion of formerly incarcerated rapper Shyne's new post-jail rhyming style.




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For Shyne, I've been incarcerated too so I know exactly what he means by changing up his tone and the way he's rapping now. And even though I have been incarcerated, I can't even compare my incarceration to his, not even a little bit.



He gave the system 10 years. He's gone through more in his eyes than most men have even seen. He's seen men go through situations that most people can't even comprehend. So for the average person that's never been locked up or incarcerated in a cell, you can't understand where he's coming from or what he's been through.



But for me, I understand completely where he's coming from and I can't knock him at all. I would get on a track with Shyne because he's been through a lot. He has been through the struggle. --- as told to Senior News Writer Cyrus Langhorne

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Ginuwine Breaks Silence On Falling Out W/ Timbaland, "I Begged & Pleaded With Him"

R&B singer Ginuwine has broken his silence on falling out with producer Timbaland and said his former associate gave him the cold shoulder on various occasions.




According to Gin, it was Timbaland who cut off ties with him.



"Me and Tim were real close at one point," he explained in an interview. "A lot of the times that I reached out, there were a bunch of excuses. I begged and pleaded with him because I felt a certain way but I was like, is it just a bad vibe that I'm picking up on? Maybe I'm bugging out, I don't know. But it came out to be true and I still feel like he owes me an apology for that. The reason I'm pissed off at him now is because of what he did. I would've been cool and not bothered him if he would've said, 'Nah, I'm too busy,' or gave me the lame excuse like he's been giving me. But don't do it and then not do what you're supposed to do [to promote the song]." (VIBE)

Rumors on their issues began to surface on multiple music blogs last fall.



What's really good between old pals Timbaland and Ginuwine? It seems Tim doesn't want to be in Ginuwine's video for "Get Involved" ft Missy and Timbaland himself, and is said to have dodged Ginuwine's calls. He even used the excuse that he was getting "too fat" as a reason to back out of the video which left Ginuwine hurt about the situation. (Bryonce)

Tim is widely acclaimed for helping shape Ginuwine's early singing career.



With the strikingly inventive Timbaland behind the boards, Ginuwine cut his debut album, Ginuwine...The Bachelor, and released it later in 1996. "Pony" became a number one R&B smash, also reaching number six on the pop charts, and the album became an eventual double-platinum hit. It spun off several more R&B hits over the next year, including "Tell Me Do U Wanna," "I'll Do Anything/I'm Sorry," "Holler," and "Only When Ur Lonely"; it also featured a homage to one of Ginuwine's main influences in the cover of Prince's "When Doves Cry." (All Music)

Gin's latest album was released in July 2009 and debuted on the Top 200.



R&B singer Ginuwine made his return to the charts this week as A Man's Thoughts locked in No. 9. After seven days on shelves, the singer's new album has sold 37,400 records. (SOHH Sales Wrap)

Check out Ginuwine & Timbaland's "Get Involved" down below:

Nas Loses Court Battle W/ Kelis, Must Pay $299K To Estranged Wife

New York rapper Nas has reportedly been ordered to pay his estranged wife/singer Kelis more than $299,000 for spousal and child support.




According to reports, the ruling was made official on Monday (April 12).



Nas went to court Monday over his divorce with Kelis -- and walked out a little lighter in the wallet. According to documents filed in L.A. County Superior Court, Nas had to immediately fork over $47,249.42 in back child support and $40,454 in back spousal support. The judge also ordered Nas to pay $10,000/month in spousal support until he pays off the $299,015.50 he owes Kelis. Nas also has to pay 90% of Kelis' legal fees in the amount of $155,787.28. Lastly, Nas has to pay $48,549.83 to cover Kelis' accounting expenses. (TMZ)

Reports last December showed Nas paying over $51,000 a month to Kelis in spousal and child support.



UPDATE: 7:54 PM PT The judge just ordered Nas to pay $40,454 in spousal support and $10,647 in child support. And, Nas must pay disso-queen Laura Wasser's attorney's fees, to the tune of $46,022. Nas has just taken the stand in his divorce case, testifying that he wants overnights with his son. Kelis has custody for now, but Nas' lawyer, Mark Vincent Kaplan, wants his client to score some face time with the kid. (TMZ)

The two ex-lovers allegedly attempted to reconcile their differences last fall.



During Wednesday's hearing Kelis said that the couple -- who announced their intention to divorce in April after a four-year marriage -- attempted to reconcile in September to no avail. She also reportedly testified that she has been having difficulty earning money because she is a new mother and doesn't have a lot of job options outside of the music business. She told the court that Nas is slated to release two albums in 2010. (MTV)

On a recently leaked unreleased track called "Strong Will Continue," Nas addressed his legal woes with Kelis.



On the track, he makes reference to a 1993 incident where martial arts film star Bruce Lee's son Brandon was killed on set of The Crow. "Twisted and mangled, sort of like Bruce Lee life/Cursed with his son Brandon/ If that's you and me Knight/ I pray our fate's greater." The 36 year-old MC is less than pleased with his reported court-ordered spousal and child support payments of $52,000 per month. "How in the h*ll am I supposed to stay comfy/ When I pay child support, alimony monthly," he raps. And as for rumors that he cheated on his wife, Nas has something to say on that topic as well. "So I've stuck with some married women so fine, cheating while their husband rushing on the 40-yard line/ Wonder if this is what my ex did the whole time." (Rap-Up)

Shyne Officially Makes Rap Comeback, Releases "Messiah" [Audio]

Former Bad Boy artist Shyne has officially made his return to hip-hop with the release of his new song, "Messiah."




The track officially debuted Monday (April 12) night.



"I got the city on my back," Shyne raps. "Pretty women in the sack, rollin' in the Rolls/Sit, sittin' in my lap/This is not a rap fool, this a not an act/Welcome to New York blood, this is where it's at/Snitches take a nap with the fishes and the rats/Buried in the dirt where the witnesses is at/Hear the whistle when I clap from the missile that I pack/Once you violate, like a ribbon, it's a wrap/From Gangland to the Oval Office, next ten years I'ma control the market.." ("Messiah")

Shyne's new track has already received praise from various music outlets and critics.



The beat is incredibly gutter, but Shyne's voice alone is going to shake up the Big Apple. It's commanding and distinct. He automatically catches your attention, and there's no trace of rust in his flow. I predict that NYC is going to be cheering for Shyne for quite some time. Swizz Beatz already told us weeks ago that he would lace Shyne's album, and who knows who else will contribute to Shyne's comeback? He's still one of the most respected in the game. (MTV)

The rapper was originally set to debut his first post-prison track on DJ Khaled's Victory album.



"He fit me into his schedule and I appreciate it," Khaled said about Shyne. "The thing is, the record got leaked. Some hacker actually leaked it and it messed me up because when they leaked it, the publishers on the production of the track -- came at me and tried to come at me on some legal stuff so I couldn't even use it on my album. That's why I hate these hackers. They ruin surprises -- but at the end of the day, at least the streets got it and we fed the streets." (Jessie Maguire)

Last February, music executive LA Reid inked Shyne to a recording contract with Def Jam.



"I have come here to stand by Shyne and to officially kick off our partnership with Island Def Jam Music Group and Gangland Records and so it is really an honour to be here, really very special place. I am here because great people are worthy of travelling many many miles for it and I come here to say that your country is great and I hope you guys know that this is a great man from your country who deserves this kind of respect and who deserves this kind of support. So that is why we are here." (7 News Belize)

Drake Reveals Biggest Rap Co-Signs, "Rick Ross, Jeezy, The Hardest Dudes [Call Me]"

Young Money's Drake opened up about his co-signs from fellow artists like Rick Ross, Jeezy, B.G. and more.




According to Drizzy, he also gets support from incarcerated rappers like C-Murder.



"For anybody that doesn't believe in me, your favorite rappers do," he added. "They call me for hooks, features and all that. Ross, Jeezy, the hardest dudes--B.G. C-Murder calls me from jail. Turk calls me from jail to tell me I'm doing great. For the people that don't believe, the people that you do believe in got love for me. That's all that matters." (XXL Mag)

Rap heavyweight Fat Joe recently praised Drizzy's rap talent.



"He's just moving at a way faster pace than other artists have in the past," Joe explained in an interview. "He's putting out maybe five, six, seven hit records. You know how hard it is for a person to have one hit? So imagine what his album is like...Two very different artists...As far as I'm concerned, [50 Cent] had one hot album, and his first album was a classic and that's it. After that everything else was bubble gummed down. So Drake, I think he will outlast 50 Cent. If you talk about 50 Cent on top really making hot music it didn't even last two, three, four years. Looking at the quality of the music that Drake is making and the different lanes--he wrote that song for Alicia Keys, 'Unthinkable'--I think we ain't seen nobody like him yet." (VIBE)

Hip-Hop pioneer LL Cool J previously gave Drake props for his skills.



"It's a lot of talented guys out there," LL explained in an interview. "Lil Wayne is talented. He seems to be the dominant figure in this particular era of hip-hop. So you know, he's doing his thing. I like Drake, you know, that 'You The Best' is a good record...It's a good song. There's a lot of talented guys out there so you know, kudos fellas." (Hip Hop Official)

Last year, actor/singer Jamie Foxx explained the similarities between Drake's rap image and the young LL Cool J.



"Drake is the new movement," Foxx said in an interview. "To have records on a mixtape, and then the next thing you know he's on top of the charts. And every time you mention him, people go crazy...And then to be on a track with Bun B...and...Bun B, he doesn't get on tracks with people unless it's really legit...[Drake] has a way with women, in how he portrays himself. His music is...he can go as gangster as he wants, but when he sings, that is the X-factor...This guy's actually melodically soothing when he's singing to females and I think that gives him a little bit of what my man LL Cool J had...The reason LL Cool J lasted for so long was because he was an absolute monster when it came to battle rap, but he was, when it came to females...there's not a lady in the world don't want to be at an LL Cool J show. So, if this guy can capture what I think he can capture, he'll really have that." (MTV)

Rick Ross Recruits T.I., Kanye West, Jay-Z & More For "Teflon Don

Rick Ross Recruits T.I., Kanye West, Jay-Z & More For "Teflon Don
Southern rapper Rick Ross will reportedly collaborate with T.I., Kanye West, Jay-Z and more on his forthcoming Teflon Don album.




Based on new reports, Ross will also feature a wide variety of producers on his fourth solo project.



Along with Ne-Yo, who appears on the first official single for the disc, "Super High," the Miami Boss also recruited such hip-hop heavyweights as Jay-Z, Kanye West, T.I. and Drake. Known for his collaborations with the R&B elite (John Legend, The-Dream), Ross's new LP also boasts features from Raphael Saadiq and Chrisette Michele. Producers on the project include DJ Clark Kent, the Olympics and past co-conspirators J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, the Runners and the Inkredibles. (XXL Mag)

His album is slated to be released in the summer.



Rick Ross has been dropping more freestyles than Weezy lately, but the Bawse is finally coming clean with the first official single from his fourth album Teflon Don, due June 29. Ross breezes through "Super High" with help from labelmate Ne-Yo and production by DJ Clark Kent and The Remedy. "Magnificent (Part 2)," anyone? (Rap-Up)

Last January, Ross talked about the project being one of his biggest to date.



"It's a lot of Internet, a lot of online chatter going on -- a lot of talk of this new Rick Ross/John Legend collaboration," Ross said. "I'm confirming it. It's official. We got another record...Ah man, I don't know how to describe this one. 'Magnificent' was one of my favorite records off Deeper Than Rap. But the new John Legend [collaboration] is most definitely next-level vibe. We back at it. It's most definitely creative. Shout-out to John Legend -- I think he makes a huge contribution to music. Myself, I try to get better and better with every rhyme I make -- every rhyme I bring to the table, I want to make sure it's more potent than the last. I'm setting this album, Teflon Don, to be the album of my career." (MTV)

Ross recently spoke with SOHH about predicting he would make the best records for 2010.



"Honestly, n*ggas can talk sh*t but it's hard to really make predictions other than lord willing we'll be still here, you know what I"m saying," Ross told SOHH. "N*ggas here, free, alive, other than that, we just gonna make the best music we gonna make. And I feel it's gonna competewith the best music that's being made right now." (SOHH)

Check out a trailer for the new album down below:



Drake Denies Olivia Collaboration, "I Apologize To Any Fan Who Was Duped"

Young Money's Drake has released a statement saying that he did not authorize the use of his vocals on Olivia's recently leaked song, "Control."




In a statement, Drizzy says he has never worked with the former G-Unit member.



"I support artist collaborations and sampling music that inspires you but I don't support taking unauthorized recordings and marketing them as features," Drake explained. "I've never worked with Olivia and I apologize to any fan who was duped into thinking that 'Control' was a collaboration of mine." (All Hip Hop)

Olivia said the track is from her upcoming mixtape, Under the Radar.



"Hey guys my mixtape comes out n a 2 weeks be clear the 2 records that have leaked r just that mixtape records.sorry I couldn't present it to u myself!but rock out 2em," she wrote over the weekend. "@richdollaz is pissed lol its all good its the internet age we live in,its a gift and curse..Thank u 2all my true supporters.love u all...RT @BlogXilla: @OliviaLongott @Richdollaz umm how come i didn't get a copy of the joint w/ Drake?<--covering my face we were leaked!' (Olivia's Twitter)

The record leaked online late Friday (April 9) night.



New hot track called "Control" by singer, Olivia who is also a former G-Unit first lady surfaced recently. It features Canadian rapper, Drake. Olivia is currently working on her sophomore album titled 'Show the World' and is due to be released sometime in mid or end of 2010. (Music Juzz)

Last month, Olivia spoke with SOHH about joining forces with new manager, Rich Dollaz.



"He's a character" Olivia told SOHH with a smile. "I love Rich, I'm glad we teamed up. We probably met, I wanna say six or seven months ago. And it feels like I've known him my whole life. So it's a great connection with the both of us, we work very well, I don't have to tell him what I need done, like, he'll call me and be on top of it all the time with like interviews and whatever. Most managers don't talk to their artists on a daily basis and he does that, which is really good." (SOHH)

Monday, April 12, 2010

young money artist broke?bowwow esposed,,nelly?check this

Jae Millz Will Never Pop, Nicki Minaj Goes A** Out, Young Money's Groupie Looks Flabby & Sick

In this week's Pulse Report, doggies, we look back at the week and witness a Young Money invasion with Jae Millz putting Lil Wayne to shame with irrelevant disses, Nicki Minaj's first album single/music video being a**, Kat Stacks failing as mini-Superhead and oh SOHH much more!




[Editor's Note: The views of this column do not necessarily reflect those of SOHH.com]



1. Freshmen Year



LMFAO. D*mn, no bullsh*t, y'all are really gonna miss me when I'm long gone from here, so hopefully my words and harsh criticisms stick with some of y'all doggies. But enough of that sappy sh*t, let's go ahead and get right into it, Jae Millz...SMFH. Are you serious? First off, the fact that anybody would even want to interview Weezy's New York roommate connect is a f*cking joke by itself. Like, seriously? But then, to think you're saying some educated-but-street gems by literally sh*tting on the XXL Magazine Top 10 Freshmen of 2010 list? SMFH. Let's start from the beginning, please.



"I don't feel no sort of way about me not being in the Top 10 but can't no n*gga tell me that my n*gga Vado ain't supposed to be on that cover or on the flip cover of that XXL Top 10 Freshmen issue," Millz said in an interview. "Can't nobody tell me that, and if you do want to argue with me, you can argue with me about anything because I only know five n*ggas out of the ten n*ggas on that cover. And my ears [are] to the streets...I'm not even gonna say the name of the n*ggas I know, that's gonna single n*ggas out or whatever, but n*ggas know whose supposed to be on that cover and n*ggas know who ain't supposed to be on that f*cking cover...Vado and Cam put out Boss of All Bosses with [DJ] Drama, killed it, they putting out random records, their records coming out every single f*cking week on [DJ] Kay Slay -- so who the f*ck are these other n*ggas? Like just because you think he's a good emo rapper or he's a good backpack rapper, them n*ggas are f*cking wack my n*gga. Don't tell me nothing about my man ain't put in work. If he ain't put in work now, he put in work with me all them years."

^ Hey Jae, here's something to think about too. You know that old a** rapper named Papoose? Yeah, the one married to Remy Ma! You know how many times Kay Slay would play new sh*t from him every Thursday during "The Drama Hour?" And just think, his a** is still a "freshmen" since he's been doing this rap sh*t since 2004-2005 and has yet to drop an album, or better yet, maybe J-Hood? Did you get all uptight with them for not getting shine or screaming to XXL Magazine for not doing a whole campaign with them featured? SMFH. Surely enough, the bloggers and "freshmen" caught feelings and had to address the sh*t.



J. Cole





"I haven't," Cole said when asked if he was familiar with Vado. "But I did see that -- I heard he co-signed him. I don't know who in particular he was talking about and I don't know him but if that's his opinion, that's his opinion. Like, that's how I feel. I don't feel any type of ill will towards him for saying that, if that's how he feels, he's sticking up for his man there."

Nipsey Hu$$le







"'N*ggaz got they pantys in a bunch over that xxl cover....," he wrote Tuesday (March 30) night. "and 4 tha record if u been rappin 10 years and ain't drop yet....its over! -Nh."

Freddie Gibbs







"I don't know jae millz never met him," he wrote on Twitter last night, "never had a conversation,I didn't address it cuz I didn't feel like he was talkin to me."

^ You know what the funny sh*t is? There's no way Millz could have said the sh*t he said and then semi-apologize for it, is there?



"im gettin tired of everybody with this XXL Freshman sh*t!! Smfh," he wrote Wednesday (March 31). " S.O 2 EVERYBODY that was on da Top 10 Cover!! but i only kno @nipseyhussle @JColeNC @jayrock @realwizkhalifa & OJ!! & So do YOU! Happy now?"

^ SMFH. You know, some of y'all ask me why I get so antsy and tight when it comes to these posts but the real answer? F*cking rappers. We saw it with Yukmouth last week and now we're seeing it once again right here. Bottom line? DON'T START NO SH*T, WON'T BE NO SH*T! And after going all the f*ck way in on trashing XXL Magazine, this clown gets shut out of THEIR concert? By Harris Publications? Nah. By Vanessa Satten? Nah. By 5-0 Cent? SMFH.



"F*ck ALL New Jersey Cops!!! Especially the Teaneck Police Department!!!! They just f*cked up my whole nite!! Smh," he wrote late Wednesday night. "I just spent my last 2 hours in a punk a** NJ jail cell!!!!!.. Shoutout 2 Officer J.Abraham Jr for totally f*cking up my night!! Well since now the surprise is ruined!! Might as well let yall kno @Mr_Camron & @VADO_MH was bringing me out 2nite.. Smh punk a** cop had the nerve 2 ask me was my jewelry & Louis Vuitton belt & wallet real!!! smh bet u wish it wasn't!!! RT @PrinceDreManX @JAE_MILLZlmfao was it the fat indian cop named abrahim?

^ I've already wasted enough ink on this doggy, doggies, but let's clear sh*t up real quick and be done with it. This is why Jae Millz is a lame and will never "blow." He's d*mn near 30 at least and Lil Twist has a bigger buzz than you. You're never gonna pop. You brag about a high school diploma and signing a record deal and have been in the game for over 10 years with only a mixtape buzz at best? You're never gonna pop. The only fans you have know you for battle rapping and NO BODY BATTLE RAPS ANYMORE. You're never gonna blow. Mack Maine at least is "president" of Young Money while you're just an employee. You're never gonna blow. You get busted by police and think it's cool to tweet like Jim Jones. You're never gonna pop. Lastly, Harlem, New York fell off after Dipset broke up and Ron Browz did "Pop Champagne." You're NEVER gonna pop.



2. Massive A**, Minor Attack



Sorry doggies, but the title ain't lying, if you were a fan of Nicki Minaj's music before this week, then d*mn, y'all caught a fat a** "L" with the "Massive Attack" single. The record is, well, f*ck it, I'll let y'all decide.





"So-so hot in here, feels like a jungle, yeah/Me don't like boys that dem jumble, yeah/One time bust a shot for my champion girls, tell them guys super size me a combo/Kn-kn-know I got the ammo/That's why I bulletproofed the Lambo/In the Middle East on a camel/Running through the jungle, Rambo/Liberachi tango, swingin on a vine, mango/So call me Simba little mama cause Mufasa couldn't stop her/I'm flying on that choppa just to buy Balenciaga/It's just me & Mr. Me-ah-gi in the Phantom of the opera going Blocka motha------/Got that big rocket launcher."

SMFH. A**, a**, a**. D*mn, it's pretty bad when you think Sean Garrett f*cking Eminem'd this guest feature b/c we all know Nicki is capable of holding her own and for this to be a first single is really a joke. Now, on the flip side, they did make this up when the video premiered. Now this is a moment of truth, is Nicki a** shaking for her "Barbies" or is this sh*t for the fellas?





"We did a mud scene that's gonna be spectacular," she added. "We did a crawling forest scene that was dope. That was shot at night. It's just beautiful. The clothes, the ambience, it's really, really pretty. All the girls that like to play dress-up, they're gonna love this one. We wanted to make it pretty in the dirt. We wanted to have a very crazy contrast. I didn't want to do everything clean. I like the dirt. All that pink stuff looks even prettier in the dirt."

^ Personally, I think this whole sh*t is gonna flop on Nicki because it's all simple mathematics at the end of the day. Women and men. Yeah, she does the t*tty signing and trying to get that female unity or whatever you want to call it for kicks and giggles but the lady rappers ain't buying it, it seems.







"I mean, she's an actor, she majored in drama, right?," Khia said in an interview. "I think she's just an actor, I guess. She's acting, like, she's always in character. I don't know if it's really her. Everybody knows it's me, it's Khia. I don't know if she's Nick, I don't know if she's a Barbie. I tell everybody, we don't have Barbies in the hood. Boos, there wasn't no Barbies sitting on the stoop, love who you are. Hip-Hop is supposed to be real, hip-hop is supposed to be where the real people hang and I think it's a lot of infiltrators coming in..."

SMFH, even though I don't f*cks with Khia, she does have a point. This fantasy sh*t is like a male version of Charles Hamilton's Sonic the Hedgehog. So she's gonna have to really put up some dope a** lyrics in order to get the females to f*ck with her b/c it's a joke at this point. Now being that I'm all about seeing things 50/50, let's get a male perspective on this bubble a** gum sh*t.







"[Laughs] Sheesh. I would go with Nicki right now," Lloyd Banks said in an interview. "Yeah, I like her as an artist. We came up in the same era, we were around the same age so I'm pretty sure one of her influences was probably Lil Kim and nothing is really reminding of the impact Kim had, since Nicki came. To have a concert and have a hundred Nickies in the front row... not too many new artists come and have a following like that. So you definitely have to acknowledge that."

^ See, here's the Catch-22, yeah, you can call Nicki the new Lil Kim but then you lose respect for her raps. After Hardcore dropped in '96 and Biggie Smalls died, it was a wrap for Kim. Do fellas really want to see Nicki's new video because she can spit on the mic or b/c they want to see her camel toe t*tties a** shake assets?



3. Groupie Love



Now as much as I ran run my mouth off about YM, I can't fake, this Kat Stacks chick is getting on my f*cking nerves already even though she's airing out them boys. Maybe it's because every thing she says sounds like it's coming out the mouth of some fake a** highschool girl who bragged about giving some, giving some to the star football jockey. SMFH. Wait, y'all don't know who @KatStacks is? LMFAO. Roll film, please.





"For those who don't know who I am, I am Kat Stacks. I'm the girl that has the whole Internet going nuts. I'm the one who exposed the whole Young Money click and you know why they call them Young Money? Because they ain't got no grown a** money. They all motherf*cking roommates in a dirty motherf*cking carpet a** apartment. Mack Maine claims he's the CEO but he's roommates with JAE MILLZ and Gudda Gudda.......Also, Lil Twist is not under 18. He's 18 years old, I had seen his ID, I f*cked the n*gga myself. BLAH BLAH BLAH."

^ SMFH......and then what?





>"What's up y'all. Yesterday my Twitter page got hacked supposedly by Joe Budden"S" and someone paid him to get my page hacked but too bad I have motherf*cking connections...Joe Budden's number is BLAH BLAH and Little d*ck Twist number is BLAH BLAH and I read Nelly's page.....Holla at Lil Wayne, BLAH BLAH BLAH."

Honestly, I can't transcribe half the sh*t coming out of Kat Stacks' mouth but it just goes to show you that there are really chicks out there doing grimy a** videos just trying to get their sh*t popping. SMFH. If this is true, isn't there something wrong with Bow Wow, Young Money, Nelly and whoever else she "f*cked" if they find her even remotely attractive? SMFH. The videos speak for themselves but in honor of this groupie's loud a** mouth, here are a few dedication clips I have submitted for Kat Stacks.









4. The End Is Near



Finally, this "Drake-Over" seems to be almost done. Sh*t, it's official that the Young Money team is incapable of putting together out a hot a** first single for ANY project, especially that "Prom Queen" sh*t Weezy did last year and still managed to get y'all to f*ck with. But turns out the Thank Me Later album is not only practically done, but there is EVEN a f*cking release date! SMFH. D*mn, two big announcements that probably made everybody breathe a sigh of relief.



It's official. The most anticipated hip-hop album of the yearfinally has a release date. Drake's debut Thank Me Later will arrive on May 25, Rap-Up.com has learned. Drake will travel across the country performing material from the album on his first headlining trek, "The Away From Home Tour," kicking off April 9 at Penn State University, and wrapping in Houston on May 20, a few days before the record's release.

^ No disrespect, but how the f*ck does Rap-Up get "credible" authenticity? Sh*t, I guess they might really have connects. But if it wasn't enough that y'all got a date, Drake takes the time to write a boring a**, intellectual and so-called "vivid" description of completing the project. SMFH.



"The sun just came out. I mean I haven't seen it yet cause I am in the studio but I know it did. So good morning," he wrote Wednesnday (March 31). "I am working on the last song forThank Me Later. What a different journey it's been this go round. I wish I could share so much more with you but there are just too many new people involved who have dedicated their time to "the reveal". Should I just post the entire thing up now and say no the methods and yes to the mayhem???? Ha. I'd love too, but this is something special that I feel needs to be delivered to you in the way you deserve it to be. Remember the days of well thought out visuals, album thank you's, funk flex rants, all the things that came with the release of a new album, the things we'd look forward to...well I hope I can make you remember. I've worked hard on this body of work and I feel like every artist involved has given me their absolute best. I cannot wait till it's yours. The relief I will experience on release day will be euphoric. I look in peoples eyes and see not so much the doubt, but the uncertainty, the question that looms...and whatever the answer is I think we're both ready for it. These overwhelming moments are to be cherished. On that note fond readers, I will see u soon somewhere along the way. Mr. Walters pull the car around front...its time to go home."

^ LMFAO! Does he really fool people by saying he doesn't want to drop the sh*t right now for free b/c he wants to build the anticipation? SMFH. This doggy has been talking about wanting to sell a million copies since his a** got Sylvia Rhone'd last summer, like it's not about the f*cking numbers, LMFAO! Gotta give Drake props though b/c besides that minor a** Kia Shine controversy, doggy really hasn't had to deal with a lot of hate or even doubters besides myself and DJ Kay Slay. LOL. Y'all say this guy is the future of this rap sh*t but I just don't see it. At the end of the day, he can do a dope a** hook and put in a few catchy lines, so the f*ck what? Not trying to sh*t on him before he even drops but is the rap "game" really gonna switch the tide b/c of him, and please stop with the "you'll thank him later" bullsh*t b/c that's just an excuse for your album to be a** and you to say that we'll come around to appreciating it EVENTUALLY. SMFH. Until I see what the cover itself looks like, I'll just shut the f*ck up for now.



5. "STFU" Honors



D*mn, sh*t, f*ck, it's already April and we don't have 5-0 Cent getting into any Rick Ross beefs yet? SMFH, guess we just have to settle for these funny a** Twitter disses courtesy of Fabolous and Jim Jones, huh? LMFAO. Bullsh*t to the front, it's that time doggies where we put your favorite artists on blast in the "Shut The F*ck Up" section. This week, we got Kay Slay acting like he still takes the F-Train to work, Alfamega admitting he's a** on the mic, Rosa Acosta losing her hair and English vocabulary talking about Maino and more!



1. DJ Kay Slay







"At the end of the day, I like the kid's music but I'm not a heavy fan of his because I'm from the streets," Slay said in an interview. "I like that real street gutter spin, but he caters more to the ladies."

2. Alfamega







"He know who I am and he know what I do. So I'm not - No disrespect to these dudes, it's no disrespect period to these dudes, but I'm not Shawty Lo, I'm not Ludacris, and I'm d*mn-sure not Lil Flip."

3. Ludacris







"Diddy, yeah yeah yeah, we have a bet going on," Luda told television host Chelsea Handler. "We both have five number one Billboard singles on the charts so we're trying to see who is gonna get that sixth one. [Who will win?] Oh come on now, you know, I'm down for it. [laughs]"

4. Rosa Acosta







"There's a difference between being simple and cheap. I will not wear something that is fake, so I will wear whatever I can afford. If I can afford Forever 21 shoes, that's what I am going to buy. And anyway, I was unaware that they could give lessons about women's shoes in prison."

5. Olivia







"I can't give you no scoop, but right now it's four labels vying for my attention," she said in an interview. "I got a lot big things in the works and I haven't touched on my Vh1 show. I can't talk too much about that, but the girl will be on fire this summer. I'm about to be shutting a lot of people down, I'm excited. I just gave you the best insight, I told you it was on Vh1. [Laughs] You probably thought I was going to be on the Food Network channel or something. Nah, I can't tell you [more details than] that, I'm under contract. [Laughs]"

***SMFH, d*mn, I missed out on having a wild a** April Fools' Day Pulse Report by ONE DAY??? D*mn!!! So yeah doggies, this had to be a special Young Money edition dedicated to all of y'all who don't know whether to wear red tight pants or go to Toys R Us and buy some Barbie dolls. SMFH. And warning to the wise, commenting is always recommended, but not necessary, so feel free to air the f*ck out of this section but Pulse Report and Caption Diss is Bulldog Butter approved, don't associate me with the SOHH News, TV, Sales Wrap, Photo of the Day, etc. It's BB in this b*tch, get at me and enjoy the weekend y'all. And while I'm at it, did @CloFresh disappear completely off the f*cking Internet? LMFAO! --BB***

Eve On Competing W/ Nicki Minaj, "I Can't Keep Worrying About What's Coming Up Behind Me"

Ruff Ryders' Eve has talked about working with rap newcomer Nicki Minaj on the set of Ludacris' "My Chick Bad" video and explained why she does not look at her as competition.




According to E-v-e-, a busy schedule keeps her away from trying to focusing energy on what her fellow female rappers are doing.



"She definitely is a quirky chick. That's a good word for her," Eve said in an interview. "When she had the Freddy Krueger gloves I was like 'Wow.' But at the same time, whatever you decide to do, especially in music, you gotta go hard and own it. You can't be timid wearing Freddy Krueger gloves in a video. If you look insecure, people are going to be like 'Why are you doing that?' You gotta f*cking own it and she did. I think that's dope...Trust me, no one's competition for me and that sounds cocky but I seriously live in such an Eve world. And not in a crazy-everything-is-me-bubble, it's just that I'm bulding an empire. I go on Twitter and people say 'Yo, knock Nicki Minaj out of the box, but ultimately we're all helping each other and I'm happy seeing these chicks in the game. It's too much testosterone. When I see another female, my immediate reaction is not 'Oh I gotta go and get my sh*t right.' I got 900 other things going on. I can't keep worrying about what's coming up behind me." (VIBE)

Ruff Ryders' Drag-On spoke with SOHH last year about the Eve and Minaj comparisons.



"Yeah of course, Eve is always gonna be in it to win it, she's working on her album right now too," Drag told SOHH. "I heard it's bananas too. Like, it's crazy. She's always in it to win it. But I like Nicki Minaj, I ain't gonna front. I like her swag and what she's got going on." (SOHH)

Female rapper Lil Mama recently discussed Minaj's use of sex appeal.



"Nicki Minaj is a talented rapper," Lil Mama said in an interview. "She's out there, she's doing her. What she represents, I don't represent and she's doing something different, that's her lane. As the voice of the young people, Lil Mama, I focus on bringing up young girls to respect their bodies, respect theyself, do it up." (BET)

Former King Magazine covergirl LoLa Monroe also spoke about being compared to Minaj last fall.



"I don't do the Barbie thing -- that's her thing," LoLa said in an interview. "I really don't agree with it, that's basic. It doesn't make sense to me because first off, you're basically saying I'm jacking somebody who has never been known to have their styleall throughout their career. She's never been set to have her own style. It's always been set to say she's jacking Lil' Kim to Foxy [Brown] and now Lil Wayne. So how can I be jacking somebody or using somebody's style if they never been known to have their own style. That part never made sense. That's one. Another thing, it kind of comes from Wayne is in the foundation of my music and what I've listened to him for years and years. So you can hear his styles in my music. And you know, that's her mentor and that's somebody whom she's under and so she's known to sound like Wayne. That's all they say about her now. I believe the similarities may have come from that but besides that, I have my own style, I have my own lane. She does what she does, ya feel me?" (All Hip Hop)

Check out LoLa Monroe speaking on Nicki Minaj below:

Dr. Dre Moves Up "Detox" Release Date, "I'm Definitely Putting The Album Out This Year" [Video]

Dr. Dre Moves Up "Detox" Release Date, "I'm Definitely Putting The Album Out This Year" [Video]Aftermath Records label head Dr. Dre has announced plans to drop his long-awaited Detox album in 2010.




Dre said his new single with Jay-Z, "Under Pressure," will likely be released this month.



"Yes, hopefully we'll be releasing ['Under Pressure'] in the next two weeks or so," Dre said in an interview referring to his Jay-Z collaboration. "And I'm definitely gonna be putting the album out this year. Finally, you know, and I think everybody is gonna be happy with it. That's it right now. I'm just trying to finish this record, finally get it done, get it out and start promoting it." (CNBC)

Dre previously admitted the album would likely be delayed until closer to 2011.



A script for another huge push back of the mythical album has been written. Dr. Dre is featured in the Dimedrop section of the March Edition of SLAM Magazine. The interview is mainly about Basketball but as usual, the interviewer Konate Primus couldn't resist asking the producer about the status of the album. "Well, I'm working on it, but also I've been working on other people's projects; you'll probably hear something in a year or so." (Hip Hop N More)

Former Aftermath Records Stat Quo recently opened up about Detox being delayed.



"It's whenever Dre's ready," Stat revealed in an interview. "If you want my opinion on it, I think he wants to be confident in what he has to put out as an ensemble piece. Dre is hip-hop in a sense, so hip-hop needs him to put out a great album, 'cause if he doesn't, it affects all of us -- not just what he does, but the whole culture...Dre is just all around a better artist, a better person." (Rap-Up)

Dre previously said the studio time he's dedicated to other artists has further delayed the album.



"Once that sound is right, once that mix is right, it's a feeling that you get, here -- It's unexplainable," Dre said about putting together his records. "I have to go out to clubs now...You need to understand what people are listening to. I'm working hard on it. I'm stopping to work on other artists in-between, but the minute it's done and I feel it right here. I don't think I've done that [perfect] record yet. I'll know what it is when it comes; I know exactly what it is in my head, but I haven't done it yet. It's close...I got some sh*t coming, believe me." (Guardian)