#MusicStillMatters MIXTAPE: B.o.B. & Scotty ATL – Live & Direct

After dropping their first single last week, B.O.B and Scotty ATL drop their collaborative mixtape, “Live & Direct.” The project is 14 tracks and features Project Pat, London Jae, Jaque Beatz and more. Stream and download the mixtape after the jump.


(Video) B.o.B – Blank Mafia

B.o.B drops the visuals to his track, “Blank Mafia.” The track can be found on his latest project, “WATER EP.” Check out the video after the jump.


(Video) Neil deGrasse Tyson Speaks On B.o.B. “Beef”

B.o.B. and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson have been going back and forth in what is easily the most bizarre beef in rap history ever. It all started earlier this week, when the rapper took to Twitter to try to convince everyone that the world is indeed flat, and the astrophysicist responded in a series of tweets, disproving B.o.B.’s theory. This upset Bobby so much, he made a diss song about it, and Tyson then got his nephew to clap back on wax as well. Last night, Tyson tried to end it by going on The Nightly Show, and he then spoke on it again outside of the show’s studio to TMZ cameras. Check out both clips below.


(Audio) Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Nephew Fires Back At B.o.B In A Diss Track Over “Back To Back”

This whole situation is just getting out of hand. B.o.B has officially made his flat earth conspiracy theory a rap beef. In case you missed it, B.o.B was on Twitter trying to convince his followers that the earth was flat. After being corrected by respected astrophysicist and author Neil DeGrasse Tyson, the rapper dropped a diss track aimed at Tyson titled, “Flatline.” Everything would have been cool if that was the end of it, however Tyson’s nephew came to his uncle’s aide and dropped a diss record of his own. While he’s definitely not the greatest rapper, he gets his point across as he spits over Drake’s ‘Back to Back’ for the record he calls ‘Flat to Fact.’ Take a listen below.


#MusicStillMatters NEW MUSIC: B.o.B. – Flatline

Check out new music from B.o.B. after the jump.


B.o.B. Announces New Project Titled “F.I.R.E.” And It’s Coming Jan. 18th

B.o.B. is preparing to drop another project, and you only have to wait two days for it. The Atlanta rapper announced a new project called F.I.R.E.Hit the jump for more.


(Photo) B.o.B. Claims He’s “Suppressed” By Atlantic Records

B.o.B. took to his Twitter to air out his current frustrations with his label, Atlantic Records. According to the ATL emcee, he gets zero support from the label. In series of tweets, he said, “There’s a ban on BoB,” adding, “They boycott me, they are afraid I’ll get too much exposure. When ppl say I’m ‘under-rated’ or ‘slept-on’ … it’s not entirely the case… ‘suppressed’ is a better word” This isn’t the first time Atlantic has been blasted for not supporting their artists, Wacka Flocka recently went on a similar twitter rant, saying Atlantic is holding him back. Read more below.


B.o.B. Announces “NASA” Mixtape

Possibly [?], with title inspiration from the recently launched missiles in California, B.o.B. announces his upcoming mixtape, NASA. It’s “coming very very very very soon,” he expresses. Find out more down bottom.


#MusicStillMatters NEW MUSIC: B.o.B. – Roll Up

Check out new music from B.o.B. after the jump.


(Video + Photos) B.o.B. Confirms Break-Up With Sevyn & Admits New Girl Is A Publicity Stunt

It’s been a messy day for “Ready” rapper B.o.B. After some images of he and a model named Briteady surfaced, it was concluded that the relationship between B.o.B. and Sevyn Street was officially over. Now, not only does Bobby Ray confirm the couple’s break-up, but he also admits that Briteady, although he would like to “smash,” was a publicity stunt to sell the lady’s jewelry line. “Why ya’ll blowing everything outta proportion ’cause Bobby Ray tryna smash,” he asks in his latest Instagram vid. Bobby Ray is single. Bobby Ray is newly single. Hell yeah, Bobby Ray will promote your jewelry line if Bobby Ray is tryna smash.” More after the jump.


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