Earlier this year, estranged Remy Boyz member P. Dice filed a $7 million lawsuit against Fetty Wap, accusing him of cutting him out of his rightful percentage for their hit collab, “679.” Dice says he helped write the multi-platinum song, and that despite their initially-agreed upon deal of 16.9% of the profits, Fetty dropped him from the album version of the song to avoid paying him. He also reduced the percentage to a mere 5%. TMZ cameras caught up with Dice in NYC this week, and asked him about the situation. He revealed that Fetty tried to settle for $1 million last month, but he wasn’t with it. Check out what else he had to say below.
We’ve watched this video a dozen times, and still can’t figure out what in the world is happening. Is this a pet? Is this a rodent that doesn’t belong in the apartment? Why is it running in a circle? Why is no one concerned? WHAT IS HAPPENING! Check out this hilariously random clip below and let us know your assessment.
Lil Yachty has a history with Ebro, as the Hot 97 personality has given the young rapper quite a hard time for his lack of lyricism and so-called “mumble rap” style. It doesn’t help that Yachty went on to disrespect both Biggie and Tupac, saying they’re overrated and that he can’t even name many songs of theirs. Instead of widening the gap that seems to be growing between the new and older generation in hip-hop, Yachty and Ebro decided to come together on Beats 1 radio on Apple Music yesterday and put everything on the table. During the interview, the guys discussed their “beef,” Yachty’s Biggie and Pac comments, why Yachty hates the “mumble rap” title and more. Yachty also showed off his bars over the instrumental to Craig Mack’s “Flava In Ya Ear.” Check out the full interview and freestyle below!
DMX would like you to know…he’s never had another male’s genitalia in his mouth in his life. Thank you, Earl. We didn’t know this was an issue that needed clearing up, but here it is regardless! While on stage over the weekend, X opted to give this PSA. Watch the video below.
Egypt Dean, the 5 year old prodigy of Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys, is already building his resume. First he produced for Kendrick Lamar and made beats with Q-Tip…now he’s playing his first song on the piano. Hit the jump for the piece of history.
Mike Will is on top of the world right now with his #1 record “Black Beatles” that he produced…it all almost came to a screeching halt this weekend when a driver smashed his 63 and sped off. Luckily he survived!