It’s a Bronx, New York reunion as Fat Joe and Jennifer Lopez link up for “Stressin.”The clip was directed by Eif Rivera.
Watch Joey Crack and Jenny From The Block do their thing below.
Iggy Azalea is trying to defend herself against the wrong person.
The Australian rapper has been the target of Snoop Dogg’s Instagram ever since a number of photos surfaced online showing her without makeup.
He originally dragged an innocent, unnamed albino woman into the drama by posting her picture and captioning it “Iggy Azalea no make up.”
Iggy, then, responded on Twitter:
“@SnoopDogg why would you post such a mean pic on insta when you send your BODY GUARDS to ask me for pictures every time we are at shows together?” the 24-year-old rapper tweeted then deleted after Snoop’s first dig.
“My bodyguard stopped the fire truck that saved your friend’s life in Canada when he almost burnt down the hotel,” she added among her deleted messages to the “Drop It Like It’s Hot” emcee.
“And every time I’ve ever spoken to you you’ve always been nice as hell,” Azalea CONTINUED. “I’m disappointed you’d be such an ass for no reason.”
She has since deleted those posts, but Snoop had already peeped her response and fired back on all cylinders — first with…”I wish a b**ch would.”
One of his followers joined in and the rapper giddily reposted the creation:
The show “DISH Nation” even made a song out of his response, which Snoop also posted, with his own editorial added:
Snoop also reposted folks comparing Iggy to Shawn Wayans from the 2004 comedy “White Chicks.”
It got a lot worse… [Warning, NSFW]
He even posted a response as his white alter-ego Todd:
Snoop, 42, went on to question Iggy’s talent by posting a photo of Nicki Minaj with the statement, “The.Queen.Of.Rap.”
Iggy responded to all of this today via twitter, trying to wave a white flag…
ima be the bigger man in this situation and leave it be.
— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) October 15, 2014
She is also retweeting support from her followers, including Charlamagne the God:
“Tunji Ige – Day2Day x The Ex Song
(King Faro Chopped Mix)”
Among the few artist next to blow, Tunji Ige might be on the top of that list. His most recent tracks “Day2Day” and “The Ex Song” have made some noise in the industry and of course the multi-talkented King Faro had to add his touch to the records. With this mash up of the two, Faro proceeds to slow down and chop up both of the records, giving us a more laid back feeling. If you haven’t heard it yet, check it out!
Legendary Queens, New York rapper and actor LL Cool J has toured all around the world and seen pretty much everything. Some experiences he may have forgotten, but he’ll always remember the time he got arrested in Georgia for humping a couch during a performance.
Watch as he tells Jimmy Kimmel how it all went down.
Who doesn’t know by now that bringing a loaded gun to the airport without a permit is illegal? Answer: Too $hort and Waka Flocka Flame.
According to TMZ, the rapper and “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” star was arrested Friday morning after trying to get through security at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport with the firearm in his bag.
Without possession of a permit for the piece, he was promptly arrested and charged with carrying a weapon in a prohibited place. Authorities took him to Clayton County jail.
“Will EQ – Ctrl Alt Delete”
(Prod. by Pyschonautz)
Have you ever hit a moment in your life where things didn’t feel the way they used to and you just felt like you had to erase it all and start over? Atlanta native Will EQ presses the reset button on everything and breaks ground with the release of his new single “Ctrl Alt Delete”, a track that he calls “the introduction of a new movement”. With Pyschonautzproviding a bass-less, sample heavy instrumental for Will to vent on, the Georgia emcee kicks big rocks in the form of knowledge and asks life’s deep questions while making even bolder statements. This track is slated to live on his upcoming mixtape “Social Insecurity 1.5: Rise Of The Machine”. which is scheduled to drop at the end of October leading into his new album “Seven Day Weekend” at the top of 2015.
“Spiro – Can’t Wait To Be Hated”
Some people say that you haven’t made it until you have haters, and Tampa, Florida’s own Spiro gladly welcomes them on his brand new release “Can’t Wait To Be Hated“. With a poised flow in tact, the confident veteran emcee breezes through his Tre Dizzleproduced cut, setting the benchmark for exactly how you should gauge if you’ve made it in the game. Shot by Yasel Films, the minimalist visuals bring the message across and then some with a Nightmare Before Christmas like Lydia Marty making an appearance. This will live on his upcoming EP “Definition Of Different“, coming soon!