Whether he’s venting or rapping chances are controversy is bound to happen when you put a microphone in front of Kanye West. Things were no different when he sat down with Big Boy’s Neighborhood.
You could write a book on why Jay Z remains perhaps Hip-Hop’s most relevant MCs after all these years. For one, it’s clear that he’s still very much a fan of the craft.
A few days ago, we ranked ten people in Hip-Hop that we would absolutely want no problems with. 50 Cent was one of those guys, and this is exactly why.
A few weeks ago, Chief Keef curved his own video shoot for “Hate Being Sober” with Wiz Khalifa and 50 Cent.
Young Jeezy dropped by the Big Boy’s Nieghboorhood on Power 106 in LA and of course the topic of conversation included his now infamous altercation with Rick Ross backstage at the BET Hip-Hop Awards. Mr. 17.5 revealed his side of the event and also commented on shots Gucci Mane recently sent his way, and responded […]
50 Cent sat down with Big Boy and the Power 106 crew in Los Angeles while promoting his new project 5: Murder By Numbers. The interesting note on this interview is when 50 speaks about his cooled relationship with his G-Unit cohorts. “‘I’ve enabled them to a point where they feel like they don’t have to do […]