Posts Tagged ‘Jay-Z’

Jay-Z & Warren Buffet Talk Success and Giving Back…

September 23, 2010 Leave a comment

Jay-Z, Buffett and Forbes on Success and Giving Back

The full-length Forbes 400 interview in Omaha.


Lil Wayne – Run This Town Freestyle

October 26, 2009 Leave a comment

It makes no sense what Wayne did to this track. In 2 minutes he single handedly put an end to who had the best verse on Run This Town. Wayne did. I mean seriously as I typed this my face is folded like a crumbled up piece of paper. I swear I look some something stinks.

“Super Ill Super sick, Dog I go super Vick, Ran into a super woman, turned her to a super bitch hit her w/ the super dick, she be coming super quick… Now I’m off that super shit, fuck that shit I super quit”

Lil Wayne – Run This Town [Freestyle]

Drake Justifies 2Pac Line On “Fear”

October 15, 2009 3 comments

Vodpod videos no longer available.

I never cried when Pac died.
But I probably will when Hov does.


 LISTEN: Drake – Fear

Beyonce Tried To Stop Lil Mama From Jumping On Stage At The VMAs

October 12, 2009 Leave a comment

I’ve tried to be nice to Lil’ Mama for jumping on stage but seeing Beyonce tried to stop ol’ girl… you can’t  but to be mean to a hard-headed person. DUMMY!

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Gucci Mane Doesn’t Feel Jay-Z Is The Greastest Rapper Alive

October 11, 2009 Leave a comment

“Jay-Z Is The Greatest Rapper Alive?, Survey Says That’s A Lie” – Gucci Mane

Audio Of Comment About Jay-Z


Gucci Mane Movie 3: The Burrprint Mixtape

Lupe Fiasco Performs, “Fire,” His Response to MTV ’s 2009 Hottest MCs List

October 11, 2009 Leave a comment

Young Gunz New Deal?!

October 6, 2009 Leave a comment

Fans of the Young Gunz can finally exhale.
After a four-year hiatus that saw the Philadelphia duo of Young Chris and Neef deal with whispers of music industry politics, and the 2009 public split of their longtime label home Roc-A-Fella Records from distributor Def Jam, the influential spitters are set to return to the stage in early 2010.
“Paper work is everything, so due to the split up with Def Jam, it’s taken longer for the deal to happen.” Chris explained to VIBE of the group’s time away from the mic after dropping the critically-acclaimed 2004 debut Tough Luv and 2005 follow-up Brothers From Another.
First on the agenda is Chris’ as-yet-untitled solo project, which will also feature his partner Neef and former mentor and Roc Nation founder Jay-Z in an executive role.
“Right now we have a deal on the table and it’s a toss up between Roc Nation and Interscope,” Chris adds. “Wherever I go Jay-Z and Mark Ronson are executive producing it together. So that’s a great balance.”
For Neef, Young Chris’ solo album is a testament to the group’s real kinship.
“A lot of people come in this game and they get put together,” he says. “We came up from nothing to something. That’s really my brother from another. Right after Chris, we are going to get to Tough Luv 2 and give the fans that Young Gunz. We are just giving the people what they want.”