Dipset Performs ‘Have My Money’ & ‘Do Something’ In NYC (Video)

Dipset began their “Pledge of Allegiance” North American tour at B.B. King in New York City last night. Funkmaster Flex, Troy Ave, Fetty Wap, and Chris Webby served as opening acts before the Diplomats rocked the sold-out crowd.
Check out the performance below.

Big Sean – Me, Myself & I (Freestyle)

On the eve of the release of his new album entitled Dark Sky Paradise, Big Sean drops off a new freestyle over Beyonce’sMe, Myself and I.” Download it here https://soundcloud.com/bigsean-1/me-myself-i-freestyle.

Pre-order Dark Sky Paradise from iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/dark-sky-paradise-deluxe/id963397688.

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New Music: Doobz – Drift Away

“Doobz – Drift Away”

Miami native Doobz delivers a track that can cure even your darkest Winter blues. ‘Drift Away’ has that 90s’ easy going feel to it where you can just hit play lay back and enjoy the record for what it is.  Doobz effortlessly flows over the instrumentals, speaking about his journey in life, where he lays his head and how he pictures his life as a whole. This track will be featured on his upcoming EP ‘Peace Of Mind‘. While no release date has been set yet, you can expect the emcee to keep the new material coming.

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Video: LuCkii – Revitalized feat. Notorious B.I.G

“LuCkii – Revitalized feat. Notorious B.I.G.”

After dropping his Biggie assisted track Revitalized, New York rhyme-slayer LuCkii brings his cultivated verbs to life with ShotByMGF assisting on the lens work. As he goes about his daily, LuCk posts up with his people and talks tales of the everyday struggle with A. Da God providing the story’s backdrop. This one lives on his “Should Of Been The Album” EP which is slated for release early this March. His next single is said to be a certified classic so stay tuned for that as well.
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Lil’ Wayne’s $51 Million Lawsuit Opens Up Cash Money’s Shady Business

lil wayne Lil Wayne’s $51 million lawsuit against Cash Money Records and its head Birdman was a shock to many. What we didn’t know is how far the label’s shady dealings with Weezy, his Young Money Entertainment and artist Drake ran.

According to 21-page suit, posted Mark H. Jaffe, the f***ery and betrayal goes deep, as seen in the following points via Reason4Rhymes.com:

1. Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment is technically not owned by Lil Wayne because his “Pa”, Birdman, owns 51% interest in the label while Weezy owns 49%.
2. Cash Money Records failed to provide Weezy and/or Young Money with accounting statements and payments of net profits for years.
3. Since early 2012, Cash Money has failed to provide monthly accounting statements and/or failed to pay Young Money its share of receipts with regard to Drake’s recordings, who is signed to Young Money.
4. Cash Money has failed to provide a single accounting in respect of the exploitation of the Drake recordings, despite Drake being one of the best selling recording artists in recent years.
5. Cash Money has failed to pay Young Money any royalties for recordings owned and commercially exploited by Young Money.
6. Cash Money failed to properly register the copyright in the Young Money Label recordings as jointly owned by Cash Money and Carter/Young Money LLC.
7. Cash Money would refuse to sign artists that Lil Wayne brought to join Young Money.
8. Cash Money failed to account to and pay third parties (i.e. producers, etc.) involved with recording artists signed to Young Money.

And these are just a few things brought out in the lawsuit, among many from Birdman and Cash Money.

So what do you think? Does Lil Wayne deserve payback from Birdman and Cash Money? Does all this change your thinking about Cash Money’s “family” image as a strong record label?


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