While Eminem isn’t much for interviews when he does speak it tends to be memorable. He opened up with one of his former artists and finally addressed the elephant in the room.
Lord Jamar and Eminem locked horns years ago and that fight is still ongoing in 2020. After Slim Shady took a jab at the Brand Nubian rapper, Jamar fired back in his typically colorful fashion.
Brand Nubian member and Hip-Hop veteran Lord Jamar is no stranger to controversy, so his latest statement regarding women in Hip-Hop doesn’t come as a surprise.
It looks like the Lord Jamar and Eminem tofu beef isn’t going anywhere. The Brand Nubian member still feels in a big way about Slim Shady’s skills.
Eminem lashed out at all his critics and naysayers on his latest album. As expected the responses are still coming in and we now have Lord Jamar’s.
Pioneering Brand Nubian co-founder Lord Jamar has never been shy about his views on Hip-Hop. After giving some rather strong opinions on white rappers like Macklemore, Yelawolf, and Iggy Azalea, Lord Jamar and Royce Da 5’9 had a cyber disagreement about Eminem via Twitter.
Lord Jamar mysteriously came up with some three-day old breaking news that Lost Boyz frontman Mr. Cheeks had been killed in a car accident and wanted to be the first person to share it with the world.
Cormega left nothing on the table, when critiquing the state of rap music on his Mega Philosophy track “Industry.” Today, he invites fellow veteran MCs Inspectah Deck, Roc Marciano, Sadat X and Lord Jamar to offer varying perspectives on the “Deluxe Remix.”
A prominent member of the Five Percent Nation – also known as the Nation of Gods and Earths – has spoken on Jay-Z‘s possible affiliation with the controversial group. Although the Brooklyn artist and mogul as yet to declare his stance, speculation continues to mount regarding his recent wearing of the Five Percenters’ Universal Flag […]
The Five Percent Nation, or more correctly, the Nation Of Gods and Earths, has surfaced in the news lately on the heels of Jay Z wearing the group’s flag on a pendant. Lord Jamar, a vocal member of the group, says that New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony may have ties to the Nation of […]
Lord Jamar has been in the news of late for a series of controversial statements, including saying that white rap acts are not part of Hip-Hop’s true lineage. Fellow veteran rapper Buckshot of Black Moon fame challenged Lord Jamar’s assertion that Hip-Hop is a strictly Black art form.