The year was 2007 and Jay Z had the streets back in his palm with his single “Blue Magic.” His album American Gangster was set for a November 6 release which was the same date as Cassidy’s B.A.R.S. was schedule to hit stores, and Cass thought this was a bad idea.
Cassidy aka “Mr. Hip-Hop” puts on for his hometown—Philadelphia aka the City of Brotherly Love—by assembling over a dozen MCs to hop on a track with him called “City of Brother Slugs.”
In the latest episode of Elliott Wilson’s The Truth, the subject is Meek Mill. YN chopped it up with MMG rapper about some hot topics at hand including battling Kendrick Lamar, his Dreamchasers 3 mixtape, Cassidy disrespecting the late Snupe’s name, and more, while eating some grub at Philippe Restaurant in NYC.
Meek Mill dropped his Cassidy diss, titled “Kendrick You Next,” a few days ago. The target of his lyrical vitriol has responded in kind with “Catch A Body.”
Meek Mill went jacking for beats and foreshadowed another diss to come in one fatal swoop in the “Kendrick You Next” freestyle. Contrary to the title, this track is aimed towards fellow Philadelphia MC Cassidy, who’s been taking shots at the MMG affiliate all year.
You can’t buy the publicity Kendrick Lamar is getting right now – even the greatest NBA coach of all time Phil Jackson is sending tweets his way. After shaking up the game with his feature verse on Big Sean’s “Control (HOF),” the Rap community has gotten either defensive, inspired, emotional or a bit of all […]
Months ago we informed you that Cassidy was been hard at work on a few projects in collaboration with Pastor Jomo K. Johnson of Philly Open Air Church. Today we receive the first offering from the musical piece with “Amazing Grace.”
Meek Mill got some things off his chest this morning on Philly’s Hot 107.9. By things, we mean a few choice words directed at his haters, including a certain City of Brotherly love MC. That’s right, just when fans thought the beef fizzled, the MMG rapper directed some slick bars at Cassidy barely a minute […]
Since his well publicized beef with Meek Mill, Cassidy has been propelled back into the public eye. Now it’s on him to capitalize on his re-found “fame,” and thus far some of the Philly MC’s decisions have been questionable. We see you “Condom Style.” You can be the judge of Cassidy’s latest venture with fellow […]
For a range of reasons, MMG rapper Meek Mill has been the center of conversation in Hip-Hop circles as of late. An unexpected beef with Cassidy got the ball rolling and the Internets excited. Quarrels have since subsided between the two, but Meek’s run-ins with Philadelphia police and recently released artwork for Dreamchasers 3 have […]
What’s beef? Apparently, it’s nothing but a promotional tool for rapper Cassidy, who returns with a new record titled “Another One I Like.” Interestingly enough, Meek Mill’s long-time producer Jahlil Beats crafted the soundscape for Philadelphia rapper, which is sure to spark some minor controversy.
Cassidy and Meek Mill have been engaged in a war on wax, but it seems to be escalating to gangbanging struggle now. A video has surfaced showcasing the “I’m A Hustler” rapper flanked by Gangster Disciple gang members in North Carolina, shooting a warning to Maybach Music Group artists to stay out of the state.
The Hustla, Cassidy, gets responsible for his new video for his PSY-remix; “Condom Style.“
Meek Mill is the latest rapper to engage in Twitter beef with Shyne. The discrepancy jump started on Sunday,= (January 6) when Shyne Po praised Cassidy’s 10 minute diss track “R.A.I.D.” via Twitter. Meek wasn’t very appreciative of the former Bad Boy rapper’s words, immediately deeming him a hater due to similar situations with Kendrick Lamar […]
With “R.A.I.D.” doing numbers in the blogosphere, Cassidy called up to DJ Caesar of Philly’s Hot 107.9 this morning to clarify the “beef” between him and Meek Mill. During the phone conversation, the “I’m a Hustla” MC discusses where the beef stemmed from, how surprised he was by Meek’s decision to diss him on “Repo,” and more.
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