He also mentioned that Cory is working with Swizz Beatz a lot on his new project, how his son hated shooting the “Son Of A Gun” television show, how he had to let Cory lose all of his buzz to keep him out of jail, and more!
Earlier this week, Tyga visited Real 92.3 radio station in Los Angeles, California to chop it up with DJ Damage and Letty Martinez on their “#RealAfterParty” show.
At the 14:10 mark of the interview, T-Raww spoke on how him and Drake squashed their beef by hugging it out after Kanye West put them both in the same room at the same time, as well as his thoughts on the Lil Wayne vs. Birdman situation.
You can watch the conversation after the jump below. Tygaman also mentioned that it’s possible we could hear some new music from him and Drizzy this year!
Christina Milian recently stopped by Perez Hilton to chat about her forthcoming 4You EP featuring Lil Wayne and Snoop Dogg, as well as her role in “Grandfathered”, her ideal “ratchet” night out with her girls, and more.
The Young Money singer also spoke on her transition into reality television, the second season of “Christina Milian Turned Up”, having her mom as her manager, and releasing her next project independently as YM currently can’t drop any new music with the Cash Money lawsuit.
You can watch the full interview in the video after the jump below!
During his “Jungle Tour” show at The Palace Of Auburn Hills in Detroit, Michigan last night, Drake rapped a never before heard verse for the crowd in attendance that also sends shots to Cash Money.
“Had niggas tell me to my face how we were family and how they loved me; Why they was skimming off the budget; Now when I see ’em [CM], they’re the ones acting funny”
There is no word just yet on what upcoming project or feature this verse will appear on, but it could be Drizzy‘s Views From The 6 album. You can check out the freestyle above, courtesy of Kevin Irwin!
Check out the music video for MightyLee‘s “Beef Ain’t Never Squashed” remix featuring Flow below. The song can be found on the Still Undisputed mixtape, available online now.
This collaboration is dedicated to MightyLee‘s brother, Lil Derrick aka Bulletproof, who was rapper from New Orleans that was killed in 2002. He had worked with Birdman, Lil Wayne, Cash Money, and the Hot Boys, etc!