This past week was another filled with explosives. While Kendrick Lamar was named the hottest MC, Kanye West was disappointed in the MTV Top Ten MC List. AP.9 took another opportunity to out Coco's cheating ways. Oh, and let us not forget the possible showdown between 50 Cent and Flo Rida. However, before we get to all the drama, it is necessary to give you a recap of the industry personalities we spoke to this week.
In Part 3 with Erica Mena, the Love and Hip Hop star started off expressing her love for women.
However, she has no love for a particular female co-star by the name of Lore'l. Mena confirmed knowing the female MC from back in the day. Her memory of Lore'l wasn't a very positive one.
Erica described Lore'l as a once water girl for Bad Boy to a run through the men in the industry girl. According to the "Where Do I Go From Here" singer these men include Red Cafe.
Watch Erica credit herself for making Lore'l relevant and how she would extort the rapper.
Now what is a story if you don't get two sides to it? Keeping that in mind, Jack Thriller and Thisis50 sat down with Lore'l to get her perspective on her beef with Erica Mena.
As a person who use to dabble in singing, Lore'l thinks Mena can't sing at all.
In their first encounter, Lore'l described Erica looking like an orphan without a home in the club.
She then went on claiming her reality star rival exchanged sex for music video roles. According to Lore'l, Mena needs wh*re rehab.
Hear her response to Mena's accusation about being a Bad Boy promo girl and getting it in with Red Cafe.
Then check her drop names while sharing how she has been in the rap game way before Love in Hip Hop began.
4YallEntertianment comes back introducing MC Lyte Skin, the rapper representing for all the yellow dudes struggling in this dark world.
J. Cole, Drake, and Chris Breezy ain't got nothing on him.
Watch him advertise his new album "Light Skin, Dark World Vol 1" while he disses some of the infamous chocolate brothers in the industry.
In Part 2 with Wiz Khalifa, the rapper had enough balls to ask Jack how he lost his eye. It still remains a mystery. Wiz coined the Thisis50 reporter as "My guy with the one eye."
As he admitted to Hip Hop police being real, we couldn't get a concrete answer on whether Illuminati was legit.
Backstage of the Roseland Ballroom in NYC, Thisis50 and Jack Thriller had a chance to meet up with Kendrick Lamar to speak on what it took to get him this far in his music career. The rapper's climb to the top partially has to do with ignoring all the negativity he may receive.
He just came back from his tour in Europe. He said unlike the people, the weather sucked. Speaking of being out of the country, it has been about three months since Kendrick has seen his family.
In this interview, find out which Kendrick lyric is a crowd pleaser in A$AP Rocky's "F*ckin' Problems" single. Additionally, see Jack Thriller question the rapper on why Janet Jackson wasn't in the "Poetic Justice" video.
Watch Schoolboy Q also make a guest appearance during the interview.
Jack met up with Slice 9 earlier this week. Of course, he began the interview with a free flow.
Afterwards he exposed what the scene in the ATL is looking like right now. In between, the rapper mentions Future's "F.B.G: The Movie" mixtape that is about to drop. This mixtape is literally unleashing the dragon because they even got Sisqo on the joint!
Slice 9 is blessed to be working on a project amongst artist he admires.
He spoke of how he met future, the definition of "whoop d whoop", his dream of being a bmx rider, and the best advice he ever received.
Sitting down with DJ Chuck Chill Out, the Hip Hop pioneer says he supposedly never lost a fight.
He shared the biggest and baddest fight he ever saw in the Hip Hop arena. He actually remembers seeing Run DMC in a brawl with a guy who was selling bootleg Run DMC shirts.
Chillout also recalled encounters with the late Heavy D, one happened to be during Chris Rock's first show. He compared Chris Rock to Mr. Magic, one of the first and funniest radio disc jockeys to hit it big.
Chillout said he has known Funk Master Flex for about 30 years. Check out how Flex started out in a DJ group.
Plus, see Chillout's new artist, Yungstar63, give a synopsis of what he is up to and speak on how these guys look soft in the game. Says he is in the Bronx till the day he dies.
Now, for Drake's new single "5 AM In Toronto":
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