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Nicki Minaj Talks To DJ Drama About Her “Boss Ass Bitch” & “Danny Glover” Freestyles

February 15, 2014 by Danny M


Nicki Minaj Talks To DJ Drama About Her Boss Ass Bitch & Danny Glover Freestyles

Nicki Minaj recently called into the “Streets Iz Watchin'” radio show on Shade 45 to chop it up with DJ Drama.

The Young Money Barbie spoke on Pretty Taking All Fades aka PTAF getting a record deal after her “Boss Ass Bitch” freestyle, her freestyle over Young Thug’s “Danny Glover” song, what gifts she likes for Valentines Day, her “Lookin’ Ass Nigga” single, the music video for it, and more.

Also during the interview, Nicki mentioned that her Roman alter-ego is dead and will not appear on her upcoming The Pink Print album, as well as a new song coming out soon with her artist Parker called “Remember Me“.

You can listen to the interview below!


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Episode 6 Of Short Dawg’s “The Fresh Files” Vlog [Video]

August 15, 2013 by Danny M


Here is episode 6 of Short Dawg‘s “The Fresh Files” vlog. During this clip, you can see Elvis Freshley recording tracks for his forthcoming Drank Sinatra & The Scripts project, including a freestyle over 2 Chainz and Wiz Khalifa’s “We Own It” instrumental.

Short also has some laughs with his homies while taking a break in the studio. Click here to watch episode 5 of “The Fresh Files“!

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Tyga – 187 [Mixtape]

November 30, 2012 by Danny M


Tyga 187 Mixtape

Tyga just released a brand new mixtape called 187, which includes a total of 9 songs. He raps over popular instrumentals, such as “Hold Me Back“, “I’m Different“, “Young & Gettin’ It“, “Clique“, “Fucking Problem“, “Love Sosa“, “I Luv Dem Strippers“, “All Gold Everything“, and “Swimming Pools (Drank)

Ht the jump to grab the download link and view the full tracklist for T-Raww‘s latest mixtape. The next record we can be looking forward to from Tygaman is his “187” single featuring Rick Ross!


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Lil Chuckee – Hood Guys [Mixtape]

May 22, 2012 by Danny M


Lil Chuckee Hood Guys Mixtape Download

Here, you can download Lil Chuckee‘s latest mixtape called Hood Guys that is hosted by DJ Fletch, Prince Kennedy and The Fleet DJ’s. The tape consists of 15 songs (both old and new) and features verses from Lil Twist, Coco Kiss, Darnell Robinson, Diamond, 2 Chainz and Yo Gotti. You can view the full tracklist after the jump below!

Download: Lil Chuckee – Hood Guys [Mixtape]


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Short Dawg – March Madness [Mixtape]

March 28, 2012 by Danny M


Short Dawg March Madness Mixtape Download

Here, you can download Short Dawg‘s latest mixtape called March Madness. The tape consists of Short rapping over other music artists’ instrumentals and features verses from Duck, A-Holla, ProPain, and Blu-Mega. You can view the full tracklist after the jump below!

Download: Short Dawg – March Madness [Mixtape]


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Jae Millz – Rude Girl x I’m It

March 29, 2010 by Danny M


Jae Millz Rude Boy x Im Back

Check out these two remixes by Jae Millz! He does Rihanna’s “Rude Boy” single, and T.I.’s “I’m Back” single. You can listen and download both tracks below:

Download: Jae Millz – Rude Girl

Download: Jae Millz – I’m It

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Drake And Nicki Minaj Defend Their Written Rhymes

November 11, 2009 by Danny M


Nicki Minaj isn’t worried about the people who criticized her for not spitting off the dome during the BET Hip-Hop Awards cyphers.

“How many people on that cypher do you think spit off the top of their head?” Minaj fumed to Richmond, Virginia, radio host TT Torrez last week. “I don’t write off the top of my head. I can’t come up with those punch lines and metaphors off the top of my head. Everybody besides KRS-One, who else can you name that spit off the top of their head? They will tear apart a female, like, ‘She did a good verse, but she wrote it.’ … The only thing that matters is that I wrote on a paper and memorized it. Wayne never wrote my sh–. No one ever wrote my stuff.”

Nicki’s Young Money family member Drake went through some of the same problems earlier this year. When he was on Funkmaster Flex’s Hot 97 show, Drake spit his rhymes while reading them from his BlackBerry. Some bloggers and fans wrote negative responses, and comedian Affion Crockett even posted a video spoof online.

“I’ll never forget the night, man, when I went up to Hot 97, and it wasn’t scheduled,” Drake explained. “It wasn’t like, you know, ‘Drake’s coming up here Tuesday.’ It was literally like, ‘Funk Flex wants to meet you,’ and bam, like, two seconds later, it was like, ‘Let’s go on the radio and just kill New York.’ I’ll never forget how nervous I was. It was such a rookie hip-hop moment — and, obviously, the controversy of me pulling out my phone and rapping off my phone because I just wasn’t prepared. A lot of people don’t know the difference between freestyle or off the top and coming to a radio show knowing you got to go there, so you got verses cued up in your head, whether they be off your upcoming album or verses just that you have laying around. A lot of artists get that preparation time.”

Drake said the moment was an important steppingstone.

“That moment, just as far as hip-hop, as far as MCing goes, that moment was one of those … it was just, ‘Whoa! I’m really here and I got to get better. I got get to be better than this. I can never be caught off guard again,’ ” Drake said. “That was probably one of the most interesting moments of my life this year. I’m a writer, man. I appreciate the elements of hip-hop. I appreciate a guy like Common who goes city to city and just spits at the crowd for 10 minutes about everything he sees. I admire talent like that, because that’s just not my creative process. So, you know, as far as moments this year go, though, I’ve had amazing stories. I don’t want to tell them all in interviews, because then Thank Me Later will just be empty, so I think I’m going to tell them in this album as vivid as I possibly can.”


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