Kid Cudi is keeping up his 2016 schedule and promising fans the release of his next album, this month.
weTV debuted their new show, Growing Up Hip-Hop, earlier this year, chronicling the lives of budding hip-hop personalities who grew up in the spotlight because they had a famous parent. The New York-based cast included Angela Simmons (daughter of Rev Run,) Romeo Miller (son of Master P,) Damon “Boogie” Dash (son of Dame Dash,) Kristinia DeBarge (daughter of James DeBarage,) TJ Mizell (son of the late Jam Master Jay) and Egypt Criss (daughter of Sandy “Pepa” Denton,) and now the show will be getting an Atlanta spin-off.
So why and how did this fan bring tears to Kanye’s eyes? Hit the jump because it was more than one reason.
Just like many in hip-hop, Nipsey is torn between the two. There’s no hero and villain in this, this is real life and real things happen. Nipsey tweets his concerns and calls for the two to dead the beef and get back to the money.
When Kanye West first stepped on the scene back around 2003, his debut single “Through The Wire” detailed a devastating car crash that almost took his life, but left him with a broken jaw. Conspiracy theories have been swirling for years now that the car crash was fake and that he actually got pummeled in his hometown of Chicago over a beat discrepancy. The conspiracy theorists have returned once again to try and take down Ye!
Kanye West infamously didn’t have a phone for years, but got one once he started dating Kim Kardashian. Now that he’s all settled and married and stuff, apparently he doesn’t feel the need for one any longer, and he’s once again without a device.
There’s some weird tension brewing between the new generation of rappers and like, everyone else in music, and it’s not cool. The new guys – like Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Yachty – don’t feel the need to freestyle over “classic hip-hop” beats or even know their history much, and it’s rubbing many people the wrong way. And it’s not just the OGs who are upset, but established rappers who aren’t too much older than these guys as well.
Producer 9th Wonder schools the folks on Twitter and the new generation on hip-hop history, and in the process defends newcomers like Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Yachty, etc. etc. because it’s not their fault they don’t know Pac or Biggie songs.
Metro Boomin hints that they’ve got somethin cookin in similar fashion…
Meek Milly just took to social media to video a video of a new track with him and Quavo with some possible ad-libs by Desiigner. Is #DC4 finally dropping??