THE RETURN OF THE ROC AND JAY-Z FREESTYLE

May 18, 2015

 

Jay-Z once again put together an historic event Saturday, May 16th. Tidal B-Side concert left fans screaming for more as they witnessed the reunion of the Roc and an exclusive freestyle by Hova dissing Spotify and Apple. He also used the moment to shine light and pay tribute to Freddie Gray and Mike Brown.

 

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COKE BOYS MEMBER CHINX KILLED IN NYC

May 18, 2015

 

The hip hop industry has taken a hard blow, Coke Boys own Chinx was shot and killed in the Jamaica Queens section of New York yesterday, May 17th. The 31yr old rapper appeared on multiple French Montana mixtapes. and was well known throughout the hip-hop community. Slowly emerging from the underground market, Chinx was making his way towards the mainstream spot light. Its still unclear why the NYC rapper was gunned down while sitting in a vehicle, but police have reassured friends a family that a full investigation will take place to bring justice to all who loved him. Chanel Rae fromLegion Media Group released a statement, which stated "Chinx was one of the most talented,

professional, and determined rappers this industry had to offer, further more, he was a friend." Others have express their love and sadness on social media. R.I.P. Chinx

KILLER MIKE ON "REAL TIME WITH BILL MAHER"

May 18, 2015

 

Killer Mike has recently become the spokesman for hip-hop. Appearing on CNN and other news publication, holding seminars at different colleges and universities, Killer Mike has made it his duty to defend the respect and integrity of hip-hop. Making a guest feature on "Real Time With Bill Maher" he explained how the foundation of hip-hop was built upon non-violence. He explains how during the late 60's and early 70's New York gangs was looking to create peace amongst each other and they came up with the idea of a park jam as an alternative to violence.  

KANYE BMA PERFORMANCE

May 18, 2015

 

Original story from TMZ: Kanye West gave ABC censors a collective heart attack Sunday night at the Billboard Music Awards -- because the rapper dropped so many n-words ... most of his act was dead silence. Kanye closed the show with his hit, "All Day" -- but about all you could hear on TV was the song's title. Censors killed the audio for so much of the song ... you're really left wondering -- why bother? The censoring went as long 15 solid seconds at times. Plus, you could barely SEE Yeezy through all the fireworks and smoke. Again ... why bother? One thing you could hear clearly -- the boos for Kylie and Kendall Jenner as they introduced their bro-in-law.

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