A'lot of swagged out music going on in the industry. Have rap ended? Although they say Hip-hop is dead, could it really be rap music? You truly don't see Ice Cube keeping it Gangster or Master P dancing through the screen like you use too. The legacy has ended.
There is always a good side bad side of a person and every relationship. Many things untold and secrets left secrets. Comparing old relationships in the past to presents, all you see is relationships are ending. What ever happened to our strong women? I know its hard, but why sway away unless known for sure there will not be a change. Hold on to your relationships, don't let go. Men, stop being so stubborn and high on pride, cut the women slack, don't they stick by your side and deal with all… Continue
We trying to do this big and Mississippi want to hold us down. I don't understand, why would a city not wonna make progress. We reaching out to the hip-hop community for support, help us to rise out of these parts to a new page in our life.
Stand Up Lima, Ohio. This is as hot as it come when release our anthem dedicated to your city. Gansta Marcus, Sir duke, and Peezy. Bean city was the single released from the classic Ohio group Kings Of Tha Bean produced by: Gansta Marcus.
As you may know since it was highly publicized everywhere - the XXL Mag / Hot 97 Freshman class concert was tonight at BB King in New York City. Yelawolf, Meek Mill, Big K.R.I.T., Diggy, CyHi the Prynce, Lil Twist, Mac Miller, Kendrick Lamar, YG, Fred the Godson all came out and killed it for a full house (Lil B didn't show up).
I had a press pass and shot the whole thing, and I will be uploading individual performances, starting with this one:…
Burger King corporate stepped in and fired two of its employees after a drive through receipt with some choice words made it on national television.
Sacramento resident Francisco Perez told KCRA TV after ordering food at the Sacramento restaurant, he noticed his receipt read "f--- you" in the area that would normally say "thank you." The four-letter profanity was spelled out not once, but twice.