On Thanksgiving evening, Lil Wayne became a trending topic thanks to the release of his latest mixtape, No Ceilings 2. After a long holiday weekend consisting of a multitude of other musical releases and history being made, it appears that the project is already forgotten in the digital space.
Pusha T and Lil Wayne have a storied history of discrepancies, and as of recent, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper has vocalized his feelings on his rap opponent’s music. During a trip to Sirius XM’s Hip-Hop Nation, one half of Clipse gave his thought’s on Weezy’s Dedication 5 mixtape.
Lil’ Kim isn’t the only rapper with some feedback for Lil’ Wayne on his recently released Dedication 5 mixtape. In typical Pusha T fashion, he sent a vague but very clear shot at Lil’ Wayne via Twitter.
With the Internet advancing faster than ever, many Hip-Hop acts have adapted a new marketing plan when it comes to their music; give it away for free. A chosen few have been able to flip this scheme, and their fan bases into viable recording careers, others have failed miserably.
New York’s other Young Money representative, Jae Millz, is back with the sequel to his acclaimed mixtape Dead Presidents.
Talib Kweli blesses up with a pair of new records from his forthcoming Prisoner Of Conscious album. “Art Imitates Life” features Black Thought and Rah Digga while “One Two” features Jae Millz and Oh No.
New York’s YMCMB representative has been quiet for a minute but awakens with his new mixtape, The Virgo 4. Reminiscent of Too $hort’s “Freaky Tales,” Jae Millz fourth installment of the series gets the Valentine’s Day celebration jumping a little early. Bei Major and Masspike Miles are also just a few crooners blowing vocals while Millz kicks […]
The YMCMB young guns fire off a round of bars for the latest release from Bow Wow‘s upcoming album, Underrated. While the project still doesn’t have a definitive release date, Mr. 106 & Park continues to release new music. Peep the song below.