The life of a struggle rapper isn’t an easy one. Their laughable bars and the questionable behavior can lead to non-stop ridicule that can cripple a career. Sadly, capable Bronx lyricist Peter Gunz has joined the struggle rapper club with his recent casting on Love & Hip Hop: New York.
“Love can’t be lost. I know exactly where I put it at,” laments Joe Budden in the visual for his No Love Lost track “Castles.” The introspective song features the Slaughterhouse MC at his most honest point; reminiscent of that type of moment found on his critically acclaimed Mood Muzik 2 mixtape.
Reality TV is ordinarily a cesspool of tomfoolery that culminates during the show’s reunion episode. Such was the case at the taping of the Love & Hip Hop New York reunion show, where Consequence reportedly smacked Joe Budden before getting snuffed by Budden’s ex, Tahiry Jose. There’s been much hearsay about the altercation, but Jose called into The Breakfast Club to […]
Consequence has been consistent with his ConsTV Tuesday’s drops. This time the Queens rapper releases a track, titled “Back Down To Earth,“ that was produced by frequent collaborators The Produce Section. Fans of Love & Hip-Hop New York will recognize the heartfelt cut from last night’s episode.
Consequence drops this week’s edition of Cons TV Tuesday’s with “Looka Here Baby,” a track that addresses the drama on Love & Hip-Hop New York. Fans of the show caught a preview of the cut on last night’s episode. Cons talks very greasy on this one, and throws some shots at Raqi Thunda in the process.