Just when you thought Amber Rose was prepared to behave amiably towards her ex-beau Kanye West, she drops a bombshell late night at a Los Angeles nightclub. After an undisclosed number of songs from the rapper/producer’s extensive catalogue were played, Amber Rose took to the mic to request the DJ, “Stop playing n*ggas I used to f*ck.” Read More
As we’re sure you’ve already heard, Migos were involved in an altercation following a DC nightclub performance in which Migos member Quavo was allegedly robbed. While Migos continually denied being assaulted or robbed (the item in question is Quavo’s gold QC chain) the alleged assailants have repeatedly posted photos and videos of themselves with Quavo’s aforementioned piece of jewelry. This has all boiled down to Quavo himself having to clear the air with his new track “Tha Truth.” Mind you it is rare to hear from a singular Migos member on a track, so mark this one down for the record books. Listen to Quavo set the record straight on his new track “Tha Truth” after the jump.
OG Maco, the Atlanta rapper behind the viral hit “U Guessed It”, is going at the featured artist on the aforementioned track (as well as collaborator on him Give ‘Em Hell project) on his latest track bluntly (and harshly) titled “Fat F**k”. Pretty cruel. Apparently Maco and Key! still work on a professional level but are at odds on a personal level. Interesting. Listen to the supposed Key! diss from OG Maco after the jump.
For those unfamiliar with GOODZ he is a battle rapper who has a bit of a history with Cassidy. GOODZ battled Cassidy years ago and like all battle emcees the two went back and forth over who won. And in recent news, GOODZ and Cass had a heated exchange on stage during Summer Madness 4. Word is, from those whom attended, GOODZ challenged Cass right on the spot but Cassidy turned down the battle instantaneously. Fast forward to a few days ago with Cassidy dropping “Mr. Chicken”, a track aimed at a select few battle rappers. One of those battle rappers happened to be… you guessed it… his arch nemesis GOODZ. That has prompted GOODZ to fire back with “Bird N***a”. Curious to hear what GOODZ had to say about Cass? Listen after the jump.
When Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N***a” music video went viral over the summer many detractors took aim at the striking similarities between the Brooklyn rapper’s aesthetic (both in sound and visuals) and the burgeoning Chicago drill scene. However, the negativity quickly died down, especially when nobody from Chicago’s scene seemed to take issue with it. Now, Chief Keef and Fredo Santana drop “Beetle Juice”, a track with a questionable lyric that appears to take a jab at Shmurda. “You know you ain’t catch no body bout a week ago,” raps Keef, which is a lyric directly lifted from Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N***a” in which Shmurda mentions his pal Mitch catching a body. You decided for yourself if that is a diss, after the jump.
Here’s something I bet you weren’t expecting. The 43-year-old incarcerated New Orleans rapper C-Murder has released what appears to be a diss track aimed at none other than his brother, Master P. The track, fittingly entitled “All I Wanted 2 Be Was a Soldier Master P Diss”, finds C-Murder pinning himself as “the black sheep” and having some choice words for his older brother. “I’m having dreams that my brother’s trying to kill me and steal me / Now why this ni**a hate the real C / After the mills we still supposed to keep it gully / I went to jail and he barely said he didn’t love me” bluntly raps Murder. C-Murder clearly doesn’t mince words for anybody under any circumstance and there’s a lot more that he has to say to Master P. Check it out for yourself after the jump.
MMG is Rick Ross’s solid contribution to the rap game because it extends the power of his influence to recruit other great street artists to urban radio rotation. His two marquee acts are in a feud that Meek Mill set off on social media by calling Wale corny. Check the tweets after the jump.
Here’s Common keeping it very real about the fact that Drake body slammed his career by sending subliminal shots about former boo-piece and tennis great Serena Williams. The rap vet got in his feelings as Drake swam around in his superstar sweetheart. But are things all resolved now? Was Drake with her shooting in the gym? Check the video after the jump.
Is it a Meek Mill diss? Is it not a Meek Mill diss? Who is the King Of Philly? Do counties have kings anyway? The latest news from Gillie Da Kid.
Last night, My Name Is My Name got its official listening treatment. And, as expected, Kanye stole the scene from Pusha T by screaming his way through an endorsement. But one particular statement may have been aimed at October’s Very Own, Drizzy. Check the quote after the jump.
Over the weekend, one of Juelz Santana’s goons, Hynief, was photographed attacking JoJo Simmons. The situation was a result of JoJo’s diss record “Holy Water” which is aimed at Juelz Santana, as a response to Juelz’ name dropping JoJo on the track “Soft” from his latest mixtape, God Will’n. Read More