Jim Jones’ drama with Cam’ron may be far from over but as far as his decade-long feud with Tru Life is concerned, that’s officially in the rearview mirror. Tru Life posted a pic of himself with Jim Jones and a few other friends at the Roc Nation offices with a caption that read “No caption needed.” At its height, the drama between Jim Jones and Tru Life was the kind of stuff that helped move street DVD’s like weight and kept the block hot with talk about the former having his $10k gold cables taken by Life and his … Read entire story.
Tyrese Gibson has paid his dues. Having gone from a Coca-Cola commercial star, to a successful singer to a star actor, the current pastor on Lee Daniel’s new show, Star, Tyrese has earned everything he’s living for now. Today (Feb. 13), the “Sweet Lady” singer checked into The Breakfast Club and delved into many subjects and revealed his more political side. Chopping it up with the morning trio, Tyrese touched on many things including his feelings on Chrisette Michele performing at Trump’s inauguration, having ghostwriters in the studio, and saying that your favorite rapper might be gay. Here are the 9 things we learned about Tyrese on The Breakfast Club. — Photo: Power 105 The post… Read entire story.
As petty as 50 Cent can be we’re surprised he doesn’t have a role under Trump’s new presidency as an advisor or something. According to Bossip, his strained relationship with his son and his baby mother reached new heights when the controversial Queens rapper decided to block his son, Marquise, on Instagram. This after his baby mama, Shaniqua Tompkins, went to a judge to get some extra child support to pay for the kid’s education, amongst other things. King petty took to his IG page to pose a countdown clock which showed how many days were left until he was off the child support hook with a caption saying, “Man real life is gonna start Sooners then you think. Sad part is I wish you… Read entire story.
February 26, 2017 will mark the fifth year anniversary of the murder of Trayvon Martin at the hands of George Zimmerman. Talking about the death of a child is difficult for any loving parent, but Travyon’s parents Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton stopped by The Breakfast Club to do just that. Speaking with the morning trio, Mr. Martin and Ms. Fulton touch on a range of subjects including George Zimmerman’s apology, why she chose to support Hillary Clinton, and possibly getting into the political world. Here are the 10 things we learned from Trayvon Martin’s parents on The Breakfast Club. — Photo: Power 105 The post 9 Things We Learned From Trayvon Martin’s Parents On The Breakfast Club Read entire story.
Jhené Aiko’s been in the game a lot longer than most people know, but when her hit “Maniac” dropped not too long ago it caused quite a stir and got her undivided attention from a gang of new fans. Today the vegan artist who made “hop on that d*ck like a maniac” a popular saying stopped by The Breakfast Club to speak about Big Sean being an inspiration for her hit, being a nymphomaniac, and her ethnicity. Here are the 10 things we learned from Jhené Aiko on The Breakfast Club. Photo: Instagram — Photo: Power 105 The post 10 Things We Learned From Jhené Aiko On The Breakfast Club appeared first on Read entire story.
To cap off a successful year which saw them top the charts and earn a Grammy nod for their platinum smash “All The Way Up,” Fat Joe and Remy Ma have finally unveiled the artwork for their highly anticipated joint album, Plata o Plomo. That title is the Spanish phrase meaning “take the money or the lead. Like the album cover, it is a reference to the infamous Pablo Escobar, who in the hit Netflix series Narcos would offer “plata o plomo” to officers standing in his way. The album cover is a nod to the time the “King Of Cocaine” and his family posed for pictures in front of the White House in 1981. Don’t be surprised if the 12-track album has a few … Read entire story.
Marvel’s Luke Cagee is ripe with Hip-Hop culture references that can be appreciated mostly by 80’s babies and 90’s toddlers. That being said a lot of these homages would go over the heads of anyone who wasn’t totally immersed in the culture during Hip-Hop’s halcyon days, the golden era or the 90’s. While a lot of websites decided to compile lists of the show’s many Marvel Comics and Marvel Cinematic Universe references (there were practically hundreds) found throughout Luke Cage, HipHopWired decided to assemble the very much appreciated Hip-Hop related references, sayings, and iconic cameo appearances that we caught throughout the smash series. So we’ve jotted down every last one that… Read entire story.
Christmas done came early for Wiz Khalifa fans. The Steel City rapper has just dropped three unreleased tracks in honor of the fourth anniversary of his fourth studio album, O.N.I.F.C. With four being the primary number here you would’ve thought he’d release four unheard tracks instead of three, but that’s neither here nor there. “Young Millionaires,” “Speech,” and “You Party” were supposedly supposed to have been on O.N.I.F.C but were left on the cutting room floor. A college undergrad degree’s worth of time later and fans get to hear what Wiz had stashed in the… Read entire story.
Young M.A. has found herself in her first and probably oddest rap beef in her young Hip-Hop career. The Brooklyn rapper is being accused by a New Orleans promoter named Winston of not only backing out of a club gig but also keeping the $33,000 he paid her for the performance. According to Winston, Young M.A. had an “attitude problem” from get. Once her peoples got to the venue they claimed that the club wasn’t “packed enough” so they decided to break boogie and jet to the airport. Now the spurned promoter has taken to his IG page to … Read entire story.
This past weekend Eric B and Rakim hit the Hip-Hop community with a social-political November surprise when the @EricBandRakim Twitter account tweeted an endorsement for Cheeto Jesus himself, Donald Trump. But the scare is officially over. Rakim Allah’s manager, Matthew Kemp has told Okayplayer that the Hip-Hop legend ” has no connection with, interest in nor makes contributions to ANY social media accounts with the exception of his verified Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/rakimallah/) and a rarely used Twitter account (https://twitter.com/rakimgodmc) nor do any speak for him.” The tweet in question was eventually taken down and … Read entire story.
There’s a good chance you won’t be seeing your favorite rapper who went double platinum with no features for quite a long time. During his performance at The Meadows Music Festival in NYC this past Saturday night (October 1), J. Cole told a stunned crowd, “Listen, before I get out of here, listen. This is my last show for a very long time.” One fan responded with “New album!” Which is what fans have been saying for the past two years. Maybe this break is so he can begin or continue to craft his upcoming studio project. Either way we hope all… Read entire story.
After suffering a crushing loss in the South Carolina Primaries this past weekend to Hillary Clinton (who somehow got more of the Black vote than Obama did back during his Presidential campaign), Bernie Sanders, and Killer Mike, took time to sit down with The Breakfast Club. In his time with the morning trio, the Presidential hopeful took the opportunity to shed some light on his beliefs, his goals, and his controversial communist “connection.” Hit the flip to see some of the things we learned from Bernie Sanders time on The Breakfast Club. — Photo; The Breakfast Club The post 8 Things We Learned from Read entire story.