Rich Boy ft. Andre 3000, Game, Jimmy, - Throw Some D's Rmx
Throw Some D's Remix (mp3)
Rich Boy featuring Andre 3000, The Game, Jim Jones, & Murphy Lee
It was cool until Jimmy's voice came on.
"Little Brother has decided, in the best interest of the group, for Little Brother and 9th Wonder to part ways. There are no hard feelings and no beef. This is just a decision that had to be made so all three of us could move forward and continue to provide the world with dope music."Little Brother is also in the process of negotiating a release from Atlantic Records. I will never understand why they signed to a major in the first place.
Details regarding his death are still sketchy, but sources close to Disco D told BallerStatus.com that he had recently divorced from his Brazilian wife and was having a hard time coping with the split.
The producer had over 10 years of experience in the music industry beginning his career in the dance scene in Detroit, Michigan.
In 2005, he produced the track "Ski Mask Way" for 50 Cent's Massacre album, which put him on the hip-hop map.(Ballerstatus)
A metro law enforcement task force raided a downtown Atlanta recording studio Tuesday night. Investigators say they confiscated tens of thousands of bootleg cd's made for sale on the internet. Click video for more information. (Video)It's a sad day in hip-hop when being a DJ becomes illegal, while the real culprits are still out there wreaking more havoc to society.
"I wouldn’t do something as cliché as a reality show,” said West. “At least give me the credit for being more creative than that.”If the chip on Ye's shoulder was any bigger he'd be a lumberjack
“For the last couple of years, Larry, Rick and I have been developing this pilot. It’s a situational half-hour comedy. It’s fictional, and loosely based on my life. Maybe this will give me the opportunity to spazz out at the Emmys one day."
A few weeks ago I interviewed three artists involved in Eminem's new mix CD, "The Re-Up": Obie Trice, the Alchemist and Atlanta native Stat Quo. It was a group interview, with each of them phoning in from different parts of the country.
When I directed questions to Obie and Alchemist - who stayed mostly quiet during Stat's outbursts, occasionally laughing - Stat would chime in with vulgarities, such as informing me that Alchemist was defecating while on the phone with me.
When I hung up the phone, I felt cold. The more time that passed, the more uneasy I became. I wondered what, if anything, I should have done differently. I wondered how many other female journalists have been treated the same way. I wondered if I should just let it slide and chalk it up to interviewing rappers. Because, really, what's the record label going to do about Stat Quo sexually harassing a writer over the phone? Slap him on the wrist? Or high- five him?