Monica and Brandy have teamed up for a new song ‘It All Belongs to Me,’ which will impact radio on Feb. 6, reports Rap-Up. The songbird’s reunion is remarkable considering that it’s been 14 years since the duo’s 1998 Grammy-winning hit ‘The Boy Is Mine,’ which spent 13 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Their new song ‘It All Belongs to Me,’ was written and produced by hitmaker Rico Love.
Before Kanye West was a ‘College Dropout,’ he was a young teenager rapping on the scene with a gangsta lean. Although urban legend has it that the Chicago native was a ferocious MC when he was a youngster, we haven’t bear witness to his earlier years of him spitting rhymes on the mic.
Someone went digging around on YouTube and found an old video of a 19-year-old West rapping onstage at a Chicago-area club. The clip, which was uploaded in 2010, features Yeezy and a local rapper named Phenom sharing the stage at the Double Door venue in 1996. The video features a confident West reciting rapid-fire punchlines and repeating the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard line, “I’ve never been tookin’ out / I keep MCs lookin’ out.”
Diddy is not going to like the smell of this. The hip-hop impresario has been slapped with a lawsuit by a hair company over the name Empress. Beauty company Empress Haircare is suing Diddy over his fragrance line Empress Sean John, which they believe he is violating their trademark.
Every since Blue Ivy Carter entered the world on Jan. 7, her doting parents, Jay-Z and Beyonce, had been fodder for the tabloids. Her birth, and the couple’s extraordinary efforts to secure their privacy, is now the subject of a song parody.
The Drake and Common diss-a-thon has been relatively quiet. We are awaiting with abated breath for Drizzy to respond to Common’s lyrical disses over Rick Ross‘ ‘Stay Schemin” track. But alas, we are hearing nothing on the rap battlefield. What gives?
Lil Wayne has inked a deal with Grand Central Publishing to publish a book titled ‘Gone Till November.’ The tome is described as a prison memoir of the rapper’s thoughts that he jotted down while serving his eight-month prison bid at Rikers Island for weapons possession.
Rapper Wiz Khalifa‘s boo Amber Rose teased us last year that she was recording a new song that will shock and awe us. Apparently, she wasn’t kidding. The blond bombshell plans to debut her new single on Tuesday (Jan. 10) at 9AM EST on gossip website Perez Hilton.
Wiz Khalifa reportedly is denying that he stole the idea of his chart-topping hit ‘Black and Yellow’ from a Pennsylvania songwriter. The rapper was slapped with a copyright-infringement lawsuit by local artist named Maxmillion who alleges that Wizzy lifted the concept of ‘Black and Yellow’ from his song ‘Pink N Yellow.’
Rappers love to spell their names, this, according to an amusing video that was recently posted online. In the clip, rappers from Eve, Snoop Dogg, MC Lyte, Common, Queen Latifah, Diddy, Fabolous are featured spelling their rap monikers.
After debunking a fake Twitter page (which is now shut down), Kanye West went on his own Twitter account to announce that he is launching a new design company called DONDA, named after his late mother, Dr. Donda West. In his lengthy tweets, Yeezy describes his new company as a think tank of creative ideas that will change the world.
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