(Video) Kurupt Goes Ham Over A Line From Kendrick Lamar’s Control Verse

Noooooo, I wasn’t ready (Kevin Hart voice)! During a sit down with VladTV, Kurupt gets real wild over a line from Kendrick Lamar’s famed Control verse. Check it out down bottom.


NBA: Kendrick Lamar Says He Wants to Apologize to Phil Jackson

Last year Kendrick Lamar dropped the verse of the year when he released “Control”.  Not only did Kendrick call out a bunch of rappers, he also mentioned legendary coach Phil Jackson saying, “If Phil Jackson came back, still no coachin’ me I’m uncoachable, I’m unsociable.”  Phil responded to the lyric on his Twitter account, and now Kendrick says he’s been meaning to apologize to him because he doesn’t “want to be on Phil’s bad side.”


(Video) Caught On Tape: The NYPD Is Out Of Control; Gun to The Face, & Money Stolen

This time it happened in my hood with the 79th pct, and let me tell you I know for a fact there are some A**holes in that precinct!! S/O to Detective thumb face(that’s what we used to call him, his face did look like a thumb), he would jump out of an unmarked and immediately start hitting dudes!!


(Video) “The Parkers” Star Countess Vaughn Goes In For A Nip Tuck With Former Co-Star Shar Jackson

Countess Vaughn aka Kim from “The Parkers” returns to television in “Hollywood Divas.” On TV One on October 8th, she will be beginning her surgery for a nip-tuck. Check out a sneak peek at her doctor visit after the jump!


REVOLT Documents The 1-Year Anniversary Of Big Sean’s “Control”

Can you believe it? It’s been 1 year since one of hip-hop’s most influential songs dropped right here on IFWT; Big Sean’s “Control” featuring Kendrick Lamar and Jay Electronica. If you all recall, Kendrick Lamar shook the game up with his controversial verse where he name dropped a lot of people’s favorite rapper, saying, “I got love for you all but I’m tryna murder you n-—-s /Tryna make sure your core fans never heard of you n-—-s /They don’t want to hear not one more noun or verb from you n-—-s.” In light of K. Dot’s game-changer, REVOLT has taken a retrospective look at the aftermath of the verse — from Jay Electronica’s thoughts, to Drake’s. Check it out after the jump.


(Video) According To B.o.B., The Best “Control” Verse Came From WHO?!

Even with 2013 coming to a close, and 2014 rapidly approaching, the hottest verse is still being talked about. Kendrick Lamar set the bar extremely high, and whether he mentioned you or not, every lover of hip-hop had a response. B.o.B. talks to Vlad about who he thinks the crown for best, “Control” verse should go to. Let’s say this, “Ooh, Kill ‘Em.” Hit the jump to check it out.


Drake Speaks On Kendrick Lamar & Says How He REALLY Feels About Their ‘Beef’

Drake was called out by Kendrick Lamar in his verse on Big Sean’s “Control” this past August, and since then, people have been making out everything Drake says on verses to be “shots” back. While some are quite clearly replies, others may be simply typical Drizzy bravado, and either way one thing is for sure – there is NO issue between the two. In his new cover story for VIBE Magazine, Drake spoke in detail about their “beef” of sorts, and thoroughly explained why it’s nothing serious and it should be put to rest by now. Check out what he said below.


Did Drake Fire Shots At Kendrick Lamar On “Sh*t” Remix? Lyrics + Reactions!

Just a little while ago, the first (of many) remixes to Future’s Mike WiLL Made It-produced “Sh*t” record dropped, featuring verses from Drake and Juicy J. Drizzy’s bars are what have the net buzzing at the moment, as it appears that he finally responded to Kendrick Lamar calling him out on “Control.” “I hear you talking about your city like you run there. Then I brought my tour to your city, you my son there,” Drake raps. “And if a n*gga say my name, he the hot sh*t. But if I say that n*gga name, he still the hot sh*t.” Is he throwing shots? Definitely appears to be, but let’s not make this more than it is – It’s friendly, HEALTHY competition! The game needs this kind of stuff! Read Drake’s full verse below (I transcribed to the best of my ability but my guy is mumbling a BIT too much), as well as reactions from a couple of people from the TDE camp in the gallery and let us know your thoughts!


TIME’s Top 10 Songs Of 2013 … A Surprising Track Made The List!

TIME Magazine isn’t known for Hip-Hop much at all, but a real, true-to-form RAP song made their Top 10 Songs list this year: Big Sean’s “Control,” featuring Kendrick Lamar and Jay Electronica. This song wasn’t mainstream by any means, and wasn’t even an official single, but Kendrick caused so many waves with his verse, people are STILL talking about it…even in songs. (J. Cole’s verse on “TKO“, anyone?) It’s dope to see such a prestigious publication like TIME recognize such a true hip-hop track, isn’t it? Check out their full top 10 list below!


Whoa! Birth Control May Soon Be Available For WHO!?!?

Guys! Lookout, Scientists are now testing alternatives for male birth control. As of now, many are worried about the side effects. Hit the jump and catch exactly what this means.


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