"True @Chi-Money but I would like to see Wayne shoot back at Pit. Be a real n**** and stop responding to disses through twitter. Only birds tweet. Leave that for the females. What's good with rappers these day. The New Pac?! Man both PAC and…"
"Pit Bull probably felt the same about Wayne until he started running off at the mouth. Wayne needs to realize that being an artist is who he chose to be, not an athlete. Meaning, athletes don't have to f$?# with you unless you show them respect…"
"At this point, if Meek was real he would shoot and kill that n****. On the other hand Meek did name drop so he kinda asked for this. Cassidy really sent shots so i dont want to see Meek addressing this through twitter. Answer back Meek or i wont…"
"It will never hold up in court. Increased sales have nothing to do with a past contract. New York needs to lay off cash money. Thats pocket change for them but they're not about to get punk'd. The only company that increased sales should…"
"@ TH3MA$TAHM!ND Nas is From Queensbridge and Nicki is from Jamaica Queens, and for as long as I can remember they have both had each others back. So FYI thats the same Block. Trust me, my Uncle is the Congressman of Queens. Its in my Blood. Queens…"
If you're having trouble viewing this Stackerdecks post: Click HereJust after the Thunder took a 3-1 lead over the Warriors in last night's NBA Western Conference Final, TNT aired the Season 1 finale of "The Dunk King" with 5'5 Porter Maberry's dunk OVER Shaquille O'Neal taking the $100k prize over Kenny Dobbs' "Man on Fire" slam.…See More
Teddy Harris presents a dope little summer anthem from one-half of the Florida hip hop duo the Educated Hustlers. Teddy Harris presents his first solo single "Pull Up," which is produced by Da System Ent. This single serves as the first offering from his forthcoming project titled Liv-ING and should be due out later this summer."Pull Up" is a true Florida anthem and serves as a a perfect introduction to the FLATLian that is Teddy Harris. This single can be found on all streaming sites including…See More
TC Da Outlaw steps into the studio and begins his musical career with talents of this magnitude unseen in quite some time. TC Da Outlaw released his debut mixtape “Coming all the Way Down“ in and 2005 featured Rich Boy. It marked the streets with an artist that whom will undoubtedly be around for a long time to come. TC first untitled tracks were self-produced in one week, which were a total of 18 tracks that were solely him going in hard on the mic. During the time the Texas vibe of screw…See More