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Monday, January 4, 2021

Young MA Responds to her getting shot.

 Young MA was shot?


"Y'all know I be chilling..." out of Young MA's own mouth as she went on Instagram Live to address the rumors that she was shot. Sounding astonished at the statement that she had been involved in a shooting in ATL, the New York Rapper was not adamant about capitalizing off of this open Publicity opportunity. In the Live she mentions a song that she was about to drop but now thinks it would be in bad taste. So this rumor may have cheated us out of some long awaited new music.




Tuesday, December 22, 2020

JJ Finesser

Perfect Match


Artist: JJ Finesser

Genre: Hip Hop, Rap

Location: CA

Video: "Perfect Match": https://youtu.be/z9Xp3ibEuOk

Stream here:
https://smarturl.it/perfect_match

Artwork: See Below

Twitter: @jjfinesser @IStillLoveHER_

Links:
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https://twitter.com/jjfinesser
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https://www.instagram.com/jjfinesser/
https://open.spotify.com/artist/1XdRuLR13YYkxUaL96XzvK
https://soundcloud.com/jjfinesser
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHwD0elJdE4taT_6cfVFMhQ/videos
https://music.apple.com/us/artist/jj-finesser/1446825368




Written as a love song to Hip Hop 'Perfect Match' is the latest release to come from hip-hop emcee JJ Finesser. "Her steadying presence consistently inspires me to be the best version of myself everyday." explains JJ Finesser. 'Perfect Match' is the latest single in the exciting build up to JJ Finesser's upcoming album which is expected for early January 2021. The personification of Hip Hop in this love song makes for an intimate and visceral listening experience. The song 'Perfect Match' details the origin of the relationship between JJ Finesser and Hip-Hop, taking the listener on a journey from the beginning to now. "Hip-Hop is the source of my creativity. She's Hip-Hop." adds JJ Finesser, describing 'Perfect Match' as a way of communicating the importance Hip-Hop has to him.

Check out the video stream the track below.

https://youtu.be/z9Xp3ibEuOk

https://smarturl.it/perfect_match



Influenced by 2pac, Grand Puba, Keith Murray, and Mos Def, JJ Finesser describes himself as a real hip-hop emcee. A student of the old school sounds of hip-hop, he classes his work as renaissance hip hop as it pays tribute to the traditions of the genre. Inspired by the golden era of 90s hip hop, JJ Finnesser makes it his mission to let the younger generation know what real Hip-Hop sounds like, looks like and feels like. All three of his albums have been mixed, and mastered by Jerry D.

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Thursday, November 19, 2020

2020 Murdered Rappers

 Rappers Murdered in 2020


We Lost Alot This Year:

The Hip Hop Community has always suffered tragedies. Me, Personally, the two hardest losses I've had to endear is the lost of Tupac and Nipsey Hussle, ironically two West Coast legends. The worst detail about all these deaths is that they happened by the hands of other black men. (Let me get on my soapbox real quick and say We need to stop this CRIME IN OUR COMMUNITIES, I don't believe in Black on Black Crime.) 

But, in 2020 it seemed as, even though we all had it rough, rappers were literally targets especially in Dallas Tx. With shootings on almost every street, even Boosie got caught in the leg. Thankfully he survived. 

But what about those that didn't well lets honor them by remembering their music:

Bashar Barakah Jackson

 (July 20, 1999 – February 19, 2020), known professionally as Pop Smoke, was an American rapper, singer and songwriter. He was considered by many to be the face of Brooklyn drill. Born and raised in Canarsie, Brooklyn, Pop Smoke began his musical career in 2018. He often collaborated with UK drill artists and producers, who employed more minimal and aggressive instrumentation than drill artists from Chicago. Pop Smoke rose to fame with the release of his breakout single "Welcome to the Party" in April 2019.[7]

Following his rise to fame, Pop Smoke signed a recording contract with Victor Victor Worldwide and Republic Records, and released his debut mixtape Meet the Woo (2019). The mixtape's second single, "Dior", produced by 808Melo, reached number 22 on the Billboard Hot 100. His second mixtape, Meet the Woo 2 (2020), debuted at number seven on the Billboard 200. Two weeks after the release of the project, Pop Smoke was fatally shot in a home invasion in Los Angeles. His debut studio album, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon, was posthumously released in July 2020 and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, with all 19 tracks from the album charting on the Billboard Hot 100.


Pop Smoke died on February 19, 2020, after being shot twice during a home invasion in Hollywood Hills, California. According to authorities, four hooded men entered the home at about 4:30 AM on February 19; one of them wore a ski mask and carried a handgun. Police received news of the home invasion from a call from the East Coast. Police arrived at the home six minutes later and found Pop Smoke with multiple gunshot wounds. He was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. On February 21, the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner revealed that the cause of Pop Smoke's death was a gunshot wound to the torso.

Pop Smoke was interred at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. On July 10, five men were arrested in connection with his murder. Four were charged with his murder: Corey Walker, 19, Keandre Rodgers, 18, and two teenagers, aged 17 and 15. Since the crime was committed during a robbery, the adults are eligible for the death penalty. A fifth person, 21-year-old Jaquan Murphy was charged with attempted murder.

For More Info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pop_Smoke



Lawrence Franks Jr.

 (September 12, 1987 – June 25, 2020), better known by his stage name Huey, was an American rapper from St. LouisMissouri. Originally signed to Jive Records, Franks was best known for his 2006 debut single, "Pop, Lock & Drop It".

Music beginnings

At age 15, Huey began creating hip hop beats. His older brother referred Franks to producer Angela Richardson, who was creating a rap group. Franks began performing as Huey, and his songs "Oh" and "Pop, Lock & Drop It" became local favorites among DJs and promoters. Huey was featured on a series of mixtapes, one of which, Unsigned Hype, sold out of its run of 8,000 copies and was noticed by producer TJ Chapman, who introduced the rapper to Vice President of A&R at Jive Records, Mickey "MeMpHiTz" Wright, in 2006.

2006–2007: Notebook Paper

Huey's debut album for the label, Notebook Paper, was released in mid-2007, described by AllMusic as sounding like a mixture of NellyChingy, and Ludacris. The album reached number 26 on the Billboard 200 chart and number 10 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. "Pop, Lock & Drop It", its lead single, peaked at number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming his biggest hit to date. Nelly's refusal to work with Huey on his debut album prompted two diss tracks "Down, Down, Baby" featuring Tha Camp Boyz and "Back at Cha'". Notebook Paper's next single was "When I Hustle" featuring singer Lloyd.

2010: Redemption

Huey's second album, Redemption, was released on September 14, 2010 after many delays. The first official single from the album was "Smile and Wave", which features Dorrough and was released on June 15, 2010. In "Smile and Wave", Huey criticizes his critics.

2013–2020: Project H

In 2013 Huey announced that he had officially signed with Waka Flocka Flame's label Brick Squad Monopoly and was working on his third album. On May 14, 2014 Huey released his mixtape entitled Project H. However, not much materialized from his signing to Brick Squad and Huey had been relatively quiet on the music scene in recent years. According to music executive William "Quayshaun" Carter, who worked with Huey in the 2010s, prior to his death, Huey had just started a business in upscale clothing, "and it was working out, and he was happy".


Death

Around 11 PM on June 25, 2020, Huey and an unidentified 21-year old male were both shot in front of Huey's home in Kinloch, Missouri. Huey was taken to a hospital where he died shortly after arriving. The other victim survived according to the Ferguson Police. Huey survived by his 13-year old daughter.


For more info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huey_(rapper)


Dayvon Daquan Bennett

(August 9, 1994 – November 6, 2020), known professionally as King Von, was an American rapper and songwriter from ChicagoIllinois. He was signed to Lil Durk's record label, Only the Family and Empire Distribution.

After fellow rapper Lil Durk signed King Von to his Only the Family label, Von released his single "Crazy Story" on December 6, 2018, and it became his breakout single.

On Valentine's Day 2019, Von's then-girlfriend, rapper Asian Doll, released a music video for her track about the artist, "Grandson," in which Von appeared. 

In May 2019, "Crazy Story 2.0" featuring Lil Durk was released, and a subsequent music video was later released on May 20 of that month and peaked at number four on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart. On September 13, 2019, a third rendition of the single called "Crazy Story Pt. 3" was released.

On July 9, 2019, Lil Durk and King Von released their collaborative single "Like That". On September 2, 2019, Von released his single "What It's Like". The single then appeared on his album Grandson, Vol. 1. On September 19, 2019, Von released his 15 track mixtape, Grandson, Vol. 1, featuring Lil Durk on a pair of tracks. The album debuted at number 75 on the Billboard 200and number 27 on the Hip Hop/R&B albums chart. On November 16, 2019, Von released his single "2 A.M". On November 29, 2019, Von released his single "Rolling" featuring YNW Melly, accompanied with a music video.

On January 10, 2020, Detroit rapper Sada Baby's single "Pressin" was released featuring King Von. On February 21, 2020, Von released "Took Her to the O", which went on to become one his most popular songs. It was included on his mixtape, LeVon James, released on March 6, 2020, which peaked at number 63 on the Billboard 200. The album features verses from NLE ChoppaPolo G, Tee Grizzley, G Herbo, Lil Durk, and YNW Melly, among others.

On April 29, 2020, King Von released his single "Grandson for President", which did well in popularity. He followed that up with a music video release for "Broke Opps", a song off LeVon James. He then released another single, titled "Why He Told" on July 27, 2020, and followed that up with another popular single, "All These N***as", which garnered over 21 million views on YouTube. He then released another single, titled "How It Go", on August 26, 2020.

On October 9, 2020, King Von released "I Am What I Am", featuring New York rapper Fivio Foreign. This release was in anticipation of his debut studio album Welcome to O'Block, released on October 30, 2020. The 16-track album features production Chopsquad DJ, Tay KeithWheezy and Hitmaka, among others. The album includes the Polo G collaboration "The Code", which was released with a music video. Von explained the key difference between his Levon James mixtape and Welcome to O'Block: "If you're doing something and keep doing it, you're gonna get better results. Everything better. It is the one for real, I've been working hard. Complex said the album sees Von "reflecting with an acute lyrical clarity on his rise and how newfound fame could impact his own life and the lives of his loved ones", while Revolt noted of the drill album: "Often rapping about Chicago and his well-respected neighborhood, this album most certainly paints the vivid picture of his cinematic lyrics while portraying his stand-out cadences through each record".


Death

On November 6, 2020, King Von was involved in an altercation in a downtown Atlanta nightclub that took place around 3:20 a.m. between two groups of men, one of them associated with rapper Quando Rondo. The dispute quickly resulted in a shootout, which two police officers attempted to break up with additional gunfire. Bennett was subsequently transported to a hospital in critical condition and died later that day. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation initially reported that three people were killed, but an Atlanta police spokesman said that only two of them died. Four people were wounded; one of them was placed in police custody for the murder of King Von. The suspect was identified as Timothy Leeks, aged 22.


For more Info:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Von


Melvin Noble

The North Dallas-bred rapper became a buzzworthy new artist in 2014 with his debut mixtape, Shottaz. The project spawned the viral hit “Hold Ur Tongue” and a noteworthy sequel in Shottaz Reloaded. Mo3 rose to prominence with his magnetic persona, signature melodic flow and life-imitating-art street stories on certified hits “Errybody,” “Keep It G,” “True Story” and “I’m the Truth.” Lyrically, Mo3 was a rugged wordsmith and a complex artist whose fans relished his rebellious authenticity.

By 2016, Mo3’s popularity magnified through the intrigue born of his controversial past, consistent run-ins with Dallas police and reports of violent altercations. In 2019, the rapper said he had survived an incident in which he'd been shot in the head while shooting a music video. His brutally honest tales of street life and ongoing conflict with other Dallas-Fort Worth artists were frequently documented in his songs, generating millions of streams.

Fans immediately took to social media in remembrance of the late artist, posting videos and photos of the Osama creator. Dallas native KingLuciano47 called him “the hardest out of Dallas.”

Death

The Dallas hip-hop community was rocked Wednesday afternoon as news flooded social media that recording artist Mo3 was reportedly shot and killed near the intersection of RL Thornton Freeway (Interstate 35) and Marsalis Avenue in Oak Cliff. According to law enforcement, the 28-year-old artist was shot shortly before noon and taken to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The Shade Room, a popular entertainment blog, broke the story on Instagram minutes after the shooting with a video of the “Everybody (Remix)” hitmaker receiving cardiopulmonary resuscitation as he lay on the freeway curbside.

TMZ reported that Mo3 and the gunman were traveling separately and northbound on the highway when the gunman approached Mo3’s vehicle. Mo3 reportedly fled his vehicle, and the gunman gave chase, firing multiple shots that hit Mo3 in the back of the head. The news outlet wrote that the gunman also shot a bystander inside his or her vehicle, who was taken to the hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

For More Info: https://everipedia.org/wiki/lang_en/mo3-(rapper)


Tuesday, April 28, 2020

(NEW MUSIC RELEASE) MRK SX- Good Life (ft, Royce Da 5'9)

MRK SX

Good Life 

ft. Royce Da 5'9


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While Royce Da 5'9 Has been  working to get his latest album to music retailers worldwide, he has also been working on side projects. One his latest most notorious feature is with MRK SX- GOOD LIFE. You can  Check out the song on MRK SX's latest album below.


About the Song:
After working with West Coast legend Kxng Crooked I on a few of his latest projects, MRK SX developed a creative relationship with Royce Da 5'9, as Royce was preparing his latest album "The Allegory". While the work MRK SX did on that project did not see the light of day (yet), Royce blessed MRK SX with some work for himself. The first of which is the aforementioned "Good Life". The song is a call to all those that are listening in these tumultuous times to "get over yourself", and understand that we are all more alike than not at all. The cover art was inspired by Pete Rock and CL Smooths classic album The Main Ingredient, which MRK has always been a fan of.
Check out the song below.


The 40 Year Old Rapper Ep1

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About MRK SX:

In today’s music industry, it’s imperative to be more than just an artist or producer. It’s about how to be the “complete package” while being the most versatile individual in the room.
MRK SX is the complete package. Hailing from the deeply hip-hop ground of Detroit, and currently residing in Atlanta, MRK SX is one of the games’ best kept secrets. As an Air Force veteran, MRK SX knows about sacrifice, and the importance of education. He also holds a Bachelors degree in audio production, ensuring that it is his time to shine.
MRK SX has had his fair share of exposure, and has been co-signed by some of the most elite rap artists including Crooked I (KXNG Crooked), Royce Da 5’9”, Killer Mike, Obie Trice, Swifty McVay & Kuniva from D-12, Stevie Stone, Yukmouth, Bobby Creekwater, Speech from Arrested Development and more. Artist don’t just go around co-signing any unsigned artist, so what is it that makes MRK SX so special?
His clever word play, harmonic and melodic hooks easily satisfies the most underground hip hop head, and fans of mainstream hip hop music alike.
MRK SX is coming off a solid 2019, and his first national tour, The Shady Gang Tour that featured Crooked I, Obie Trice, and Swifty McVay.
Additionally, MRK SX has released 3 solo projects including “The Sockmonster EP”, “L Brick Road” and “Announcements are Overrated”. Look out for the new release "The 40 Year Old Rapper" available on all streaming platforms now, via MRK’s indie label DatFeelin.
Find more info on MRK SX here:


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Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Will 6ix 9ine end up like Epstein?

The rat sentenced to his maze.

Tekashi 6ix9ine Sentenced to Probation, Escapes Prison Time
After what I believe feels like an eternity to Tekashi 6ix 9ine, he has finally been sentenced in the trial of his favorite singing. 24 months in prison. reported by TMZ, this generations most favorite snitch will, by the end of it all, have served 24 months in prison followed by five years of supervised release, 300 hours of community service, and a hefty $35K  fine.

Sitting there in prison scrubs and hair almost completely black, you would hardly recognize the "Fifi" rapper who was previously nicknamed "Skittles" by his critics. He showed almost no reaction, probably knowing there was a racket going on with bets that he would cry at sentencing.  After serving over half of his prison sentence thus far, you would think he would be happy to only have to complete 11 months in prison. But, maybe he's worried about how he will be treated in prison while awaiting his End Of Sentence. Will he be protected by the police the way snitches usually are, or will they protect him like they did Jeffrey Epstein. Because I mean, you know, Epstein didn't kill himself. 

Controversial rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine pleaded guilty for ...

With this new generation it is very hard to tell. We all know that snitches are to be treated as if they were lepers with contagious diseases, if not left in a ditch bleeding out, according to the rules to the game. And, just because you lock up members of a gang do not mean that gang is now inactive or have an inability to get things accomplished. 

So should we be on standby to see if Tekashi comes up missing or murdered/ suicided? Tell me what you think?

Friday, February 8, 2019

[Grammy's 2019]Kendrick, Drake, and Gambino Snubs performances

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Kendrick Lamar
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Childish Gambino





Will They Even Be There?


Three of the biggest names in hiphop have turned down Grammy show producer Ken Ehrlich invites to perform at this years Grammy's. With their respective reps not answering any questions yet about there appearances at the grammy's, it leaves one to wonder if this is a social stand for something. 

We know Drake is irritated at the fact that he won Best Rap Song in 2017 for a song that wasn't even a rap song "Hotline Bling," recognizing the fact that a more noteworthy RAP song could have taken that award, like "Ultralight Beam". 

Ariana Grande also declined to perform when when producers asked her to not perform her newest single "7 Rings." She came after the producer, Stating that he was lying about her in an interview Ken had, where he stated the artist "felt it was to late to pull something together." Stating on Social Media, "I've kept my mouth shut but now you're lying on me."


But it seems like, and have been mentioned more than once, that as soon as rap became apart of the Grammy's in 2002, it doesn't seem to be partial in rewarding rappers. Especially after last year when Kendrick dominated the Rap categories, but lost to Bruno Mars "24k Magic" for Album of the Year. And, not to take away from Bruno but Kendrick dropped an album that faced the nation with a mirror and brought social and criminal injustices to light. Which could be the very reason it lost.

In his interview, Ehrlich victimizes the Hip hop community. "The fact of the matter is, we continue to have a problem in the hip hop world," he told the Times. "When they don't take home the big prize, the regard of the academy, and what the Grammy's represent, continues to be less meaningful to the hip hop community which is sad."

One thing I must say is that it doesn't get less meaningful to the hip hop community. If anything, it brings to light the meaning of the Grammy's, in the same way we know the Police were not created here to protect Blacks. Maybe, we are seeing that the Grammy's added the rap categories in the same light that they built the slave quarters, to keep those of us pacified while you all divide up the true fortune of worldwide acceptance. Well, one thing you must now accept is that the hip hop has now become the #1 genre listened worldwide. The first time since it's creation. So, you will be getting more votes for Rap categories, if the Grammy's live that long.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

[NEW VIDEO] Trae Tha Truth- "I'M ON"

"I'm On 3.0" Trae Tha Truth New Music Video


Trae Tha Truth has done it again. Collaborating with some of the top artist in the industry, as well as up and comers, "I'm On 3.0" is an instant classic. The medley of different artists and style exhibits the spirit of Houston coming together, but with artists all over the USA. #CONNECTED. Featuring artists like T.I., Royce Da 5'9, Curren$y, Snoop Dogg, Rick Ross , and more, the production and direction of this song proves that hiphop is still alive and doing very well. Check out the different verses below and determine for yourself WHO HAD THE BEST VERSE?


TI-0:55 Dave East- 1:14 Tee Grizzley 1:33 Royce Da 5’9 -2:10 Curren$y-2:28 Dram-2:47 Snoop Dogg-3:04 Fabolous-3:42 Rick Ross-4:19 Chamillionaire- 4:37 G Eazy- 5:31 Styles P- 5:51 E-40-6:35