Rick Ross, Jeezy Living a ‘Hip-Hop Life’

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By Quibian Salazar-Moreno

      On April 3, Screen Media Films will drop Hip-Hop Live on DVD, a documentary featuring the best freestyle emcees from Houston and Detroit going head-to-head for “Rhyme City Supremacy.” G-Unit comedian T.K. Kirkland hosts the battles while judges Jadakiss, MC Lyte, and Freeway decide which city has the best rhyme animals.

      In between the rounds, Young Jeezy and Rick Ross perform sets from their latest album. Bonus footage on the DVD include a Ohio vs. Ohio State battle plus a mini-doc on the history of city vs. city battles.

      Screen Media Films has also partnered with Iced Out Gear to giveaway a wardrobe of Iced Out Gear which includes jewelry, grillz, pimp cups and more. To enter the contest, which expires on April 30, visit  HIP HOP LIFE.

 

Comments

  1. Yes now that’s what I’m talkin bout, jewelry, grillz, and pimp cups… TRUE hip-hop. We won’t stop until the whole world sees us as a bunch of materialistic coons.

  2. The bisggest reason we spent 300 years in slavery is because we are selfish and not connected by dignity but by greed.This is a perfect example of bafunisom.

  3. Funny how black people will do this shit but wont rally against people calling them niggers or wont stand by each other when the flood took there homes or the many other things black folks put up with. Just another event for them to call us niggers. I want my grill. How bout i want my education. Dumb Niggers!!!!!!

  4. The bisggest reason we spent 300 years in slavery is because we are selfish and not connected by dignity but by greed.This is a perfect example of bafunisom.

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