DRAKE DUMPS JAY-Z & TIDAL FOR APPLE..SMH
June 2, 2015
The first thought that went through many peoples minds when they saw the Tidal team standing on stage (after cracking an Illuminati joke, that is) was "where's Drake?". The rapper's absence was definitely noticed, but no direct explanation was ever given about whether or not he was approached to be a part of the project.Turns out, Drizzy was on board to stand awkwardly among his peers that day, but according to Billboard, he dropped out a couple days before the announcement. Now with news that the OVO rapper will be involved in Apple's upcoming streaming service, Drake's moves can be traced a little more clearly. Jay Z had mentioned in an interview that Jimmy Iovine was
approaching many of the same artists he was, and it seems Drake may have been swayed (not to mention, Pharrell). We'll keep you updated on what Drake will be doing as part of the service, but rumor has it he'll be contributing as an iTunes radio DJ.
"I DO NOT CONDONE RAPE"
June 2, 2015
Are we dealing with a Rapist? Well….Rich Homie Quan’s music leaves fans wondering. Within his new track “Day1” the rapper states “Chances ain’t shit if you don’t take one / Mansion full of bitches, about to rape one.” It was only a month ago, the rapper was questioned about lyrics of rape within the track “I Made It Questionable.” "Don’t want your ho, just want that cookie from her. She tried to resist, so I took it from her / How you gonna tell me no / You must not know who I am.” In a recent interview Quan states he doesn’t condone rape and the rapper has accused others of leaking the song. “I apologize that it’s out; and I have asked my lawyer to pursue a cease and desist on the song immediately." Even if the song was leaked, that doesn’t explain the lyrics, which suggest he have or is willing to rape a women.
TOM HANKS' SON WILL CONTINUE TO USE THE N-WORD
June 2, 2015
Original story published by: AHH
It’s no secret that African-Americans feel disrespected when other races say the N-word, but Tom Hanks’ son could care less. Chester Hanks, who is an aspiring rapper who goes by Chet Haze, recently took to his Instagram to let critics know that he will say that word whenever he likes.“We have also reached a point where the word can no longer have a negative connotation if we so choose,” he wrote in a lengthy caption under a video. “And who is to say only black people can use it? The way I see it, it’s a word that unifies the culture of HIP-HOP across ALL RACES, which is actually kind of a beautiful thing.”In another picture he posted
with rapper Chill Akill, he wrote “I do say the n word in real life amongst my black friends who get me and can’t nobody tell me I can’t say what the fuck I feel like no disrespect to the struggle of black ppl during the civil rights movement but it’s 2015 now.”
CHINX DEBUT ALBUM WILL DOPE AUG. 14, "WELCOME TO J.F.K."
June 2, 2015
Although Chinx has passed on, the music will keep your spirit alive. E-One Music and 4Kings Entertainment has set a release date of August 14th, of this year for the Coke Boys debut album “Welcome to J.F.K.” Many of his close friends and family has stated the album is best work yet. With the hip-hop community still mourning the tragic loss of the late NYC rapper, the release of the album’s first single “On Your Body” has left a smile on the hearts of many. “We took the raw emotions of an artist on the rise, and created a lane that will absolutely establish Chinx as a pioneer in the game” states Chinx management team. When speaking of his work ethics all have given
praise to how hard works from sun up to sun down. The new album will also be available for pre order during the third week of July.
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