They explain what each member brings to the group, they tell how they got signed to Def Jam, Brutha explain what Shakir Stewart means to them, how the grind changed since they got signed, their single "One Day On This Earth", working with R. Kelly, their sound of music & much more!
Ludacris recently dropped an Album entitled Battle of The Sexes which consist of some dope tracks and features ranging from Gucci Mane to teaming up with some sexy and talented femcees such as Diamond, Trina,Eve for "My Chick Bad" Remix and Nicki Minaj on the first version.....Good to see the ladies together on one track....No Lil Kim tho… Continue
Snoop put together a new video to "I WANNA ROCK" G Mix feat. JAY-Z without actually being in the Vid. I guess this was a matter of time restricting schedules between both parties....anywho its still a dope video.
Thisis50 Introduces you to R&B Singer 'K. Michelle'.
She takes us to her musical journey and how she found herself. She talks about leaving music and coming right back soon after. K. Michelle speaks on touring with R. Kelly, putting her Ex boyfriend on blast, her 'Drunk & Blog' making the New York Times & much more!
Thisis50 recently sat down with WaKa Flocka Flame for an exclusive interview.
He talks about where his name originated from, what he has learned from Gucci Mane, his single "O Let's Do It" doing so well and the radio play, Robbery attempt/Getting shot, the album that is coming up, lyricism in rappers & much more!
"iss time for anti-tax rallies and riots...tha gubbament always yappin aboutt "entitlement programs"...well tha biggest entitlement program IS THA FUGGIN GUBBAMENT!! they dont harley work for shet and take our hard earnt cash biweekly!!…"
"dont pay shet...taxes is tha biggest scam of all times...some neggaz dat aint worked for nathan tell you dat you owe!! what kinda world we livin in where neggaz juss come up off dat breadd like is mandatory and okay!!"
"I disagree... what about "soft" rappers like Kid N Play and Will Smith... who were very successful.. and Ja Rule blew up in the late 90s adding some RnB like singing to his tracks... rapping isn't a d*** measuring contest... it's…"