The original mad rappers, Onyx, are back, and they're not happy about Damon Dash's 'Blak Roc' collaboration album with The Black Keys. In a recent interview on Angela Yee and Leah Rose's Lip Service radio show on Shade 45, the baldhead rappers discussed yelled about… Continue
Added by ChasinDatPaper on September 30, 2009 at 2:30pm —
Sizzurp is a mixture prescription-strength cough syrup containing codeine and soda. Although, the concoction originated in the south, rappers like Dipset and Lil Wayne have popularized it across the nation.
News flash! Someone in the building said Amerie’s back starting November 3 with her fourth album In Love & War. Rap-Up.com is the first place to bring you the official tracklisting and production credits per her management.
1. “Tell Me You Love Me” (Teddy Riley/Amerie)
2. “Heard ’Em All” (Eric… Continue
Added by ChasinDatPaper on September 30, 2009 at 7:22am —
Snoop (and Director Vlad Yudin) speaks on the memory of Big Pun and how it’s been untarnished (for the most part) as artists for the most part choose to do fake joints with Pac & Biggie instead, etc. Big Pun: The Legacy in stores now.Shouts to… Continue
Added by ChasinDatPaper on September 29, 2009 at 2:00pm —
Warner Music Group and YouTube have reportedly agreed on a new deal that will bring the major label’s videos — including work by artists like Madonna and Green Day — back to the video streaming Website. According to AdAge.com, while the two sides haven’t… Continue
Added by ChasinDatPaper on September 29, 2009 at 10:10am —
Legendary rap producer Dr. Dre may appear in Detroit soon, but it could be in a courtroom rather than on a concert stage.
The state Court of Appeals last week revived a lawsuit against Dre that accuses him of violating state eavesdropping laws by improperly videotaping a backstage conversation by former city employees at a concert in July… Continue
Added by ChasinDatPaper on September 29, 2009 at 9:58am —
Even in death, Michael Jackson continues to be a guaranteed superstar. Just as the initial run of his planned concerts at the O2 arena in London sold out almost instantly earlier this year, the posthumous documentary about the King of Pop's preparations for that residency, "Michael Jackson's This Is It," has broken advance ticket… Continue
Added by ChasinDatPaper on September 29, 2009 at 9:52am —