Gucci Mane and Young Thug give us another track called “Hot Boys”, which will be appearing on their upcoming joint mixtape, “Young Thugga Man LaFlare”. LOL. The tape is scheduled to drop April 1st.
Diddy puts a $200 million bid in for Fuse TV.
It appears that Revolt TV isn’t the only media space Diddy is looking to conquer. According to Bloomberg, Diddy has quietly offered a cool $200 million for the music cable channel Fuse.
Lil Boosie opened up about his prison songwriting in yesterday’s press conference.
Lil Boosie participated in his first press conference since his release from prison last week, and the rapper took the time to reveal just how much he had accomplished in his 5 year bid. Apparently, not only did the Baton Rouge emcee write over 1,000 songs while he was locked up, he also took care of the script for his own biopic.
The “Watch The Throne” rappers have been tapped as headliners by Samsung.
We just reported on the G.O.O.D. Music showcase to take place on March 12th at SXSW this year, and although Kanye West was not one the artists listed to perform at their showcase, he will be taking the stage at the Samsung concert, alongside Samsung’s past collaborator, Jay Z.
Well here’s an unreleased collaboration between Daft Punk and Jay Z called “Computerized”, rumored to be produced by Kanye West. There’s no info on it, don’t know where it came from, and what it was intended for, so obviously its an unintended leak.
Frank Ocean was payed over 200 grand to provide vocals for Chipotle’s new ad campaign, however he never did. Now Chipotle is seeking some good ol’ fashioned legal recompense.
Chipotle may fill our stomachs, but they’re looking to burn a hole right through Frank Ocean’s pocket. To be fair, he was payed by the Mexican Grill super chain around $212,500 to donate some vocals to their new marketing campaign, called “The Scarecrow.” The Fiona Apple cover of the “Pure Imagination” song from “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate factory” done for Chipotle; that was supposed Frank Ocean’s cover.
Lil Boosie was released from prison just last week, and he’s wasted no time getting back in the studio since. Since he got out, we’ve already seen him freestyle the whole way home from the pen, as well as release three new tracks (including one with longtime collaborator Webbie).
Chicagoan emcee RondoNumbaNine has been arrested for murder.
As reported by the Chicago Tribune, 17-year-old emcee RondoNumbaNine, whose real name is Clint Massey, has been arrested on murder charges stemming from the fatal February shooting of dispatch driver Javan Boyd. An unnamed co-defendant has also been arrested, and they’re currently being held on $2 million bail.
Check out Cam’ron and A-Trak’s cover for the new issue of Complex magazine.
Cam’ron and A-Trak announced mid-January that they were pairing up for a joint EP titled Federal Reserve for A-Trak’s Fool’s Gold label. The effort has already produced one track, “Humphrey” which had a classic Cam feel.
Rick Ross and Jeezy link up to give us the official video for their surprising collaboration, “War Ready”. Rick Ross’ new album “Mastermind” is in stores now. These two have also announced that they have more collaborations coming soon.
As promised, CTE artist YG delivers the official video for his latest single “Who Do You Love” featuring Lite Brite Drake. This will be appearing on his upcoming debut album “My Krazy Life” dropping March 18th.