DJ Akademiks reports about Kevin Gates ‘stand your ground’ case in which he allegedly kicked a female fan in the face during a concert was denied. If convicted, Kevin Gates could face a one year prison sentence. Realistically he probably will end up with a healthy fine, probation, and a huge law suit. Don’t hesitate to comment about this!
Hats off to 2 Chainz for showing everybody that he can still spit some lyrical shit. This joint called “Smoke Break” with Statik Selektah is one of the nicest songs Tity Boi has bussed in a long time. It didn’t surprise me at all to see legendary rapper/weed-head Snoop Dogg in this video considering that a smoke session would automatically jump off after listening to a single like this. Check out this one and add it to your rotation!!
Who is EBP Keezy? EBP Keezy is a talented and hood female rap artist from ATL Georgia. Her hit single “MOBN” (Money Over Bitch Niggas) is an explicit and grimy hood song about gettin money from a female point of view. In her own words this is what EBP Keezy said
“This is a real ass song that opens up people eyes to dl guys, guys that go to prison and fuck other guys then go home to there wives… It’s about not just bitches excuse my French of what words people use to say woman you know they say hoe bitch etc or what ever but anyways like I was saying it’s not just bitches that’s bitches it’s niggas too they gossip like bitches and move like females as well o hope you guys understand where I’m coming from but this is one real ass song…”
Y’all can contact EBP Keezy on Twitter at @ebpewc On IG as @ebpster and on Facebook as Kimberly D Nalls.
Man technology is so dope! Sites such as YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook, to name a few are giving people the opportunity to have a powerful movement without the assistance of a major television or radio network. There are so many small entities making big moves with limited resources placing themselves in a position to establish major results. That being said, take a look at this podcast “Drink Champs” by hip-hop veteran N.O.R.E and DJ EFN. In this episode, the duo chatted with hip-hop artist, actor, and CEO 50 Cent.
First of all I must admit that having 50 Cent as a guest on your hour long podcast is a hell of an accomplishment. Shout out to N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN for making this happen. These guys talked about the success of 50‘s “Get Rich Or Die Tryin”, 50‘s television show “Power” and much more while enjoying shots of Effen Vodka and inhaling what appears to be some of the best Swedish Cheeba floating around New York City. It was also cool to see NYC throwback emcee Akinyele stop through to join the conversation.
Check out this dope exclusive interview with St. Louis, Missouri recording artist Lil STL, Atlanta’s own Tripple T and UndaGround Madness ATL TV. Tripple T caught up with Lil STL while in Atlanta, Ga at Patch Werk Studios for his listening party. Lil STL talked about being inspired to do music by Master P. He also talked about a possible collaboration with Young Dolph. Check out what he said when asked if he would work with fellow St. Louis artist Nelly.
Rich Gang “Lifestyle” by Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan was a hot single that received plenty of airplay in clubs and radio throughout the nation last year. Recently I stumbled across a re-make of Lifestyle by a new artist by the name of William Singe that sounds even better than the original version. This guy remixed the instrumental and turned the entire song to an RnB joint. Nice work!!
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