Maino featuring everybody, Busta Rhymes, Yo Gotti, Jim Jones, Gucci Mane and Trae Tha Truth for the dope ‘Mobbin‘ Remix, Who had the best verse? Well Check out the Brooklyn native and friends after the jump and see!
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!!
Lil’ Kim was the guest on The Breakfast Club earlier with Charlamagne, DJ Envy and Angela Yee. The Interview focused more on Kim’s personal life than her music with many of the questions directed towards her past relationships with B.I.G, Scott Storch and Maino, Her plastic surgery and her infamous beef with Nicki Minaj. The team over at The Breakfast Club asked the questions many have wanted to know but at times the questions came across bias and at points slightly disrespectful. Whats your thoughts did Charlamagne go too far?
Charlie Baltimore is back with her brand new single from her up coming album ‘True Lies’ Which is her Sophomore album 13 years since her debut ‘Cold As Ice’ Dropped in 99′. Check out the track featuring Maino below plus her funny interview with Young Jack Thriller for ThisIs50.Com after the jump!
Maino drops a new joint ‘We Mobbin’ which features Waka Flocka on a verse. Not sure where this track is from but it kinda goes Hard. Maino’s latest album ‘The Day After Tomorrow’ is in stores now make sure you cop that and also listen to the track below after the jump!
Episode 2 of our weekly #ShishaWednesday’s video debates the issue of subliminal shots in Hip Hop music. Many state that if the name isn’t thrown then the shot doesn’t count, Many state it’s a bitch move to drop a subliminal shot to another artist and many believe it’s an artistic way to generate rivalry in music using dope word play against the competition or enemy for that matter. What do you think? was Common right to come at Drake side ways with his subliminal diss on ‘Sweet’? Was Jay-Z right to drop a ‘Lucky Lefty’ line at Baby? Watch the debate and have your say in the comments or via Youtube and don’t forget to Like the video too.