There is a new female on the come up who goes by the name Tiffany Foxx who is in a prime position as she has been given the stamp of approval from the Queen B herself, Lil’ Kim. Tiffany Foxx a rapper from St.Louis met Lil’ Kim 3 years ago and since then Kim has been taking charge of Foxx’s career. Lil’ Kim is pulling out all the stops lately to promote her new artist and one stop this week was a visit to Hot 97 with Peter Rosenberg where he interviewed her on her come up, Spoke about Nicki Minaj and also spoke on her influences where she named Jay-Z who she also dedicated a song too. Check out the interview below where Kim also calls in to introduce Tiffany.
Once upon a time there was this clique called the ‘Money Team’ Hip Hop Rapper 50 Cent and Boxer Floyd Mayweather and just for laughs at times they had a tag along R&B singer Brandy‘s Brother
Ray-J.. Yes Brandy‘s Brother. Any way the two formed this great friendship over the years which not only involved joint friendships with Ray-J but also Rapper Lil’ Kim who even put her Mixtape ‘Black Friday’ on hold to support Floyd during his court ordeal.
The pair was inseparable, constantly together and also Floyd assisted 50 in the beef with Rick Ross by taking photos with his son and baby mother during the height of their feud.
Well now things have turned sour in their friendship over the last few months and it all started when Floyd was incarcerated and 50 Cent was left without his Money Team partner. Well during that time 50 Cent was alone rumours surfaced that he was intimate with Floyd’s baby mother which is all speculation but what is definitely true is that 50 decided to break his business ties with Floyd and instead become business partners with Floyd’s boxing enemy instead Manny Pacquiao. Going from TNT Promotions (His Business With Floyd) to SMS (His Now Business With Pacquiao) the beef between the two today spilled all over twitter into many people’s timelines. Read below and see what the two had to say to each other.
It’s about to get real serious within the female Hip Hop game because Missy Is BACK!! ‘Triple Threat’ one of the new tracks to drop today is a track reminding those fresh into the game who started this way back when and we all know Missy was a pioneer in the female rap game with the likes of Lauryn Hill, Lil’ Kim, Foxy Brown and Eve. Check out the brand new track below!
According to the London Evening Standard the above cover shot for Dazed & Confused has been banned across the world;
Azealia Banks is no stranger to controversy. With a smash hit song about the C-word and a penchant for studded leather and angry Twitter brawls, the Harlem-born rapper has quickly gained a reputation as one of this year’s most provocative and outspoken exports. And now even her image has been branded illegal.
After the star posed for the cover of September’s Dazed & Confused magazine, the edition has been banned in seven countries. The image, seen here for the first time, reveals Banks inflating a large bright pink condom between her lips along with the words “Azealia Banks blows up” and has been deemed too risqué by authorities in Singapore, Dubai, Malta, Switzerland, India and Thailand. The issue is due out in the UK tomorrow.
I had to delete part one and re-upload but its back here it is, the most hyped yet where we discuss who is really about that life pertaining to the lyrics they put out. Is The Game really about it? Or does 50 Cent, Lil’ Wayne and Young Jeezy still get the respect in their hoods? Is Drake believable or does Fabolous still run Brooklyn? Let the debates begin. Comment and subscribe to the YouTube channel, peep the videos after the jump!!
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Lil’ Kim’s ‘Return Of The Queen’ comeback tour dropped a surprise on LA fans at Key Club in West Hollywood this week. During Kim’s performance of platinum selling 1996 hit ”Ladies Night (Not Tonight Remix)” the crowd went crazy when Da Brat took to the stage.
Peep the femcees showing each other love after the jump:
Over the years Hip Hop has changed with a new sound and new faces. Throughout the last few years we have seen the likes of Big Sean, Drake, Nicki Minaj, J. Cole and many others take the mantle from their successors Like Nas, Jay-Z and Lil’ Kim Who in turn took their learnings from The Notourious B.I.G, Tupac, N.W.A, Rakim, Salt & Pepa, KRS1 and many more from the late 80s to early 90s. Well 2012 has seen a surge in fresh new talent ready to take the hip hop world by storm.
Australian IT girl Iggy Azalea who is now a member of T.I‘s ‘Hustle Gang’ on Grand Hustle, Also Chip formally known as Chipmunk who shot to fame here in London under the latter name as a ‘Grime’ MC and has now seen much success Since becoming more commercial over the years. Chip is also a member along side Iggy Azalea on T.I‘s Hustle Gang movement. Azealia Banks a Harlem rapper who is currently signed to Interscope Records and has recently released a brand new EP entitled ‘1991’ causing a stir currently in the game with many twitter beefs and verbal altercations with the likes of T.I and Lil’ Kim many feel Azealia needs to walk before she can run in this game. Two other names causing a huge buzz in hip hop right now is A$ap Rocky and Kendrick Lamar. Rocky who is also from Harlem and recently signed an unprecedented $3M deal with Sony saw his career take off since the release of ‘Purple Swag’ and ‘Goodie’. Lamar on the other hand is from Compton, signed to Aftermath Records and being guided by mentor Dr. Dre Many have also compared Kendrick to some of the old school members of the West such as Tupac.
In this episode of our #ShishaWednesday’s Debate, we debate the issue on whether or not this new generation of hip hop has what it takes to make it and survive in the game…. Watch the video after the jump, comment, rate, subscribe and be sure to Say Somethin’