What’s Beef: Beanie Sigel Drops Two Diss Joints to Jay-z

23 11 2009

Beanie Sigel – How I Can Kill Jigga Man/Think BIG

It seems that the beef that started last month between former Roc=a-Fella artist Beanie Sigel and Jay continues. Over this past weekend, Beanie Sigel dropped two diss tracks towards Jay-z titled “How I Can Kill Jigga Man” and “Think BIG”. On “How I Can Kill Jigga Man”, Beans hops on Cypress Hill’s classic “How I Can Kill a Man” and rips it while taking shots at Hov. Sigel fires shots at Jay-z and also tells Memph Bleek to stop bitchin on “Think BIG” . Ironically, this is the fourth track with Beanie getting at Jay but he is still yet to respond on wax.

Continue reading to peep both tracks, “How I Can Kill Jigga Man” and “Think Big”

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Seeing is Believing 11/20: New Fabolous Video

20 11 2009

Fabolous feat. Kobe – Imma Do It Vodpod videos no longer available.

Continuing his mobster theme for his album, Fabolous brings you “Imma Do It” from his Loso’s Way joint. Like the rest of the album, adds a movie feel to his latest video. Recently Fab had a “all black party” like Jay’s “Run This Town” and he also stuck to the dress code with this latest video.

*UPDATED Album Info: Gucci Mane – The State Vs. Radric Davis (Track Listing)

19 11 2009

Gucci Mane - The_state_vs_radric_davis_cover
Two weeks ago the track listing for Gucci Mane’s The State Vs. Radric Davis album reached blog sites, and as of today it’s proven to be false (well damn). The official track listing is here and it features appearances from Wayne, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj, Cam’Ron, Jadakiss, Bun-B, Usher, Soulja Boy, and others; as well as comedy skits from Mike Epps. The album will still be released on December 8th, along with the Clipse’s Til The Casket Drops.

Continue reading to peep the track listing. Brrr!
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Album Review: 50 Cent – Before I Self Destruct

19 11 2009

Before I Self Destruct
Throughout 50 Cent’s career, he’s proved himself to be a rap superstar and a tyrant in the industry. His first two albums sold impressively and his previous LP, Curtis didn’t sell as well as expected but still managed to go Platinum. Fif was so confident in Curtis‘ success that he even bet his rap career that he would outsell Kanye West’s Graduation which was going to be released the same day. Eventhough 50 lost the bet and received average reviews, he’s back with his newest album Before I Self Destruct. After being pushed back several times, will Before I Self Destruct put 50 back on his Get Rich or Die Tryin’ status or be another Curtis?

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Dope or Nope 11/19: This Is The Remix!

19 11 2009

Dirty Money feat. Fabolous, Jim Jones & Red Cafe – Love Come Down (Remix)

Fab, Jimmy, and Bad Boy signee Red Cafe hop on Dirty Money’s infectious “Love Come Down”. Diddy continues his reputation for hot remixes with this joint and Fab does his thing as usual. Last Train to Paris drops 2010. Take that, take that!

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Mixtape Madness: Tyga’s Black Thoughts

18 11 2009

Tyga – Black Thoughts

As promised, Young Money artist Tyga drops his newest mixtape, Black Thoughts. If you tweet heavy like I do, then you saw this as the #1 trending topic on Twitter, but was mixed up with people posting Black folks thoughts. Regardless, it granted Tyga some attention for his latest project. Tyga recently dropped a notable verse on Wayne’s No Ceilings Mixtape with his feature on “That’s All I Have”. In other Young Money news, the rap crew plans to release their album We Are Young Money on December 15th.

Continue reading to peep the track listing and download link.
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Dope or Nope 11/18: New Consequence, Kanye, Common & More!

18 11 2009

Consequence feat. Kanye West, Common, KiD CuDi, John Legend, and Big Sean – Whatever U Want (G.O.O.D. Music Remix)

The G.O.O.D. Music fam takes over Consequence’s latest single, “Whatever U Want”. The original version features production and a verse from Kanye and John Legend; but for the remix, Cons gets some help from Common, Cudi, and newcomer Big Sean. Consequence’s second album, Cons TV is slated to drop this year.

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Letoya Luckett Plays Erk Tha Jerk’s “Right Here” At House Of Soul Concert

18 11 2009

Recently I posted a NextUp feature on Erk The Jerk (click here to check it out), and the growing success of his current single “Right Here”. In the video shown above, songstress Letoya Luckett puts it on at the House of Soul concert in the Bay area and the crowd goes crazy. The joint is big in the Bay and getting burn in LA, and the video proves that people are feeling it.

Album Info: Young Money – We Are Young Money (Track listing)

18 11 2009

young money logo
The month of December is looking to have some major releases. We have Wayne dropping his experimental Rebirth album, Clipse are releasing Til The Casket Drops, Gucci Mane, and others; as well as Young Money. Young Money is Wayne’s supergroup consisting of Drake, Nicki Minaj, Tyga, Jae Millz, and others. It’s been a while since a mainstream artist brought out a successful entourage, and Young Money will be put to the test on December 15th. The track listing for the album is here and it is a total of 14 tracks with appearances from Gucci Mane, Birdman, Lloyd and Pleasure P. Kane Beatz, The Buziness, Surf Club and others will handle production. Continue reading to peep the track listing.

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Seeing is Believing 11/16 – The Non-Hip Hop Edition!

16 11 2009

For my second music video entry of the day, I’m separating them by genres. Check out the newest in R&B/Pop Videos…

Beyonce & Lady GaGa’s “Video Phone”

Alicia Keys “Tries to Sleep With a Broken Heart”

Shakira tells Lil Wayne “Give It Up To Me”

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