(Videos) The #SouljaBoyChallenge Kept Us Entertained All Weekend!

Soulja Boy’s rise to fame in 2007 was rather impressive and even arguably legendary, but in the years following, he’s become more known for his antics and his Love & Hip-Hop appearances than he has for his actual music. In fact, I can’t even name a Soulja Boy song since like, “Turn My Swag On.” What was that, 2009? 2010 maybe? For his latest, the rapper/internet troll sat down with VladTV, and detailed some extraordinary situation that reportedly happened in 2008, where his home was invaded and he shot at a group of men.

(Video) Wow: Bow Wow Opens Up About Contemplating Suicide, His Daughter, + Groupies

Bow Wow, or rather now officially Shad Moss, sits down with VladTV for an interview and opens up about his suicidal thoughts and accomplishing it all in the game at such a young age of 29.

(Video) Royce Da 5’9″ Says Using Ghostwriters Excludes Drake From Being Considered A Top Lyricist

In a recent interview with VladTV, veteran rapper, Royce Da 5’9″ shared his experience in the game when it comes to ghostwriting. Ghostwriting has become a hot topic over the past year after Meek Mill called out Drake for using a reference track on last summer’s banger ‘RICO.’ Having written for some major artists in the past such as Puff Daddy and Dr. Dre, Royce Da 5’9″ was surprised at what he called a “lack of controversy” surrounding Meek Mill and Drake. “For me to look and see the way that everyone reacted to that, that was pretty fucking surprising,” he said adding, “When I first heard about it, I was like what? Drizzy not writing? Because he’s so fucking dope. But after looking back at it in retrospect, it’s a newer way of creating.” However, Royce did state that when it comes to ranking artists and lyricists ghostwriting does have to be taken into account. “The rules do have to change a little bit when you’re ranking these artists, where they stand as best lyricists… To me a lyricist is a writer,” he said. “You automatically can’t be a lyricist if you’re not writing everything.” More below.

(Video) Young Chop Says Kanye West Needs To Do More For Chicago Artists

Chicago artist Young Chop has been very vocal about his issues with Kanye West in the past. The 21-year old producer, has been disappointed with Kanye and his lack of support of artists from his hometown and claims he uses them for his own selfish gain. In a recent interview with VladTV, Young Chop explained his problem with Ye’ and challenged him to do more for Chicago artists. More below.

(Video) Judge Joe Brown: “James Earl Ray Didn’t Assassinate Martin Luther King Jr.”

It’s been 48 years since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In an exclusive interview with VladTV, Judge Joe Brown opens up about Dr. King’s alleged assassin, James Earl Ray and his thoughts on the case as he was one of the last judges to preside over it. According to Judge Joe Brown, Ray was not the gunman although he pled guilty. According to Brown, Ray said, “I never said I killed King, I didn’t kill him. I’m pleading because of Alford.” Check out the interview below.

(Video) Ja Rule Details His Top Diss Tracks Of All Time

In a recent interview with VladTV, Ja Rule broke down his favorite diss records of all time. He quickly rattled off some of hip-hops most well respected diss tracks like, Boogie Down Productions’ “The Bridge is Over,” Nas’ “Ether,” Tupac’s “Hit Em Up,” Biggie’s “Who Shot Ya” — and Jay Z’s “Takeover.” However the conversation got a little more interesting when Ja Rule named Drake’s “Back to Back” his “sixth man off the bench.” Check out what he had to say below.

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