Last Updated March 13th, 2014
Trinidad James’ latest release to hit the streets is “Rap Game Just Too Funny” and in DJ Cruze’s opinion “it pretty much explains how rap changed his life.” You know the story…back then they ain’t want me, now I’m hot they all on me… yep, same saying goes for Trinidad James; however, his story has a slightly different tune. James talks about the then haters are now his fans. With pretty much the same composition as “All Gold,” to our surprise, James raps alongside a mystery featured artist. Does anyone else find it ironic that James is commenting on whethers other rappers can actually “rap” when he himself has not fully mastered the craft?
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We learned several days ago, from TMZ, that Rapper Chief Keef was released from his stint in rehab for narcotics use while on probation.
Instead of humbly changing his life, Chief Keef retaliated by posting weed-smoking selfies on Instagram and releasing his latest collaboration with Blood Money: F*CK REHAB.
What do you think?
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Even though Radric Davis aka Gucci Mane had a rough time last year, he’s focused on making more music and a substantial industry comeback. Reports say, Gucci’s releasing new work coming this April 1st; and most recently, the rapper took to Twitter announce Singles from Young Thugga Mane LaFlare and The Brick Factory Vol 1.
Check out the tweet below:
Young Thugga Mane LaFlare & The Brick Factory vol 1 both droppin April 1st. Tomorrow 2 exclusives will drop ya’ll get ready #Burrr
— Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) March 10, 2014
New Artist Eric Bellinger has potential to become a big-time R&B artist, according to DJ Cruze. He says, “Bellinger’s been in the scene for quite sometime, but doesn’t have enough shine yet.” All that is about to change. We got hold of his latest record, “I Don’t Want Her” which seems to be blasting on the west coast and quickly taking over the mainstream.
DJ Cruze says, “what makes like this record so much is he samples groups such as The Jackson 5, Kriss Kross.” Reminding him of Marques Houston, but with a “pop feel,” DJ Cruze says this record will be huge for the spring season!
Video Courtesy of VIBE Magazine via YouTube.
Check out New Artist Eric Bellinger in DJ Cruze’s Radio Mix below (15:55):
Tweet Us @DJ_Cruze and let DJ Cruze know what you think. Will Eric Bellinger be the Top, Breakout R&B Artist for Spring 2014?
Last night around 7pm, the internet went crazy with the news that Rapper Lil’ Boosie was released from his stint in Angola penitentiary. Since, responses have been rampant as the hip-hop community learned of this feat; after all, we’ve been asking to “Free Boosie” for a while now.
Here’s a message from his daughter that’s going to make you chuckle!
Welcome home Boosie; we’re getting goosebumps for what’s to come from his camp. Every rapper is about to hold Boosie down; just watch!
Just yesterday, we reported on 50 Cent’s internet bullying, most particularly towards his music industry peers who happen to be performing at their best and at the height of their careers. Well, it looks like 50 Cent messed with the wrong one yesterday, as Snoop Dogg (Lion), unlike Diddy and Rick Ross, had a mouth full to kindly remind 50 Cent that he isn’t the one to play with.
You’ll see here, unfiltered 50 Cent cowardly makes his statements via social media again, but this time aimed at Snoop Dogg (Lion).
50 Cent is referring to the recent headlines that Snoop Dogg received a french-tip manicure. Of course, this was the talk of the headlines, but no one would dare question Snoop’s sexuality, we ALL know better than that. But 50 Cent, being the indestructible madman that he wants to portray himself as, apparently felt comfortable to approach Snoop with 140 characters or less of bullshit.
Now, you see, Diddy and Ross never responded to 50 Cent’s homosexuality allegations; however, Snoop kindly “liked” the photo and a discrete-but-condescending way, put 50 Cent in his place (laid into his ass). Read his response below:
We’re shaking in our boats; C’s up! Fidday better take heed.