It has been almost a month since the release of Barbershop: The Next Cut and people are still talking about how great of movie it is. The highly anticipated movie couldn’t have been released at a better time because it touched on so many relevant topics that everyone can relate to in our society. READ MORE
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Lil Boosie was out spreading his wings in Florida at his sold out concert at the Aqua Nightclub & Lounge on March 19. Before Lil Boosie hit the stage his opener Kolyon, a fire rapper out of Pompano Beach Florida set the tempo for Lil Boosie to just flow right in. READ MORE
Earlier today Dj Khaled confirmed the news via his Snapchat and Instagram that he has signed to Roc Nation and will now be managed personally by none other than Jay-Z himself.
Khaled joins a star-studded roster of clients to be managed by the Roc Nation brand including Rihanna, Shakira, Meek Mill, Big Sean, and DJ Mustard.
This may be a huge boost for Roc Nation after they were just slapped with a $5 million lawsuit.
The We the Best DJ has been on a good run lately by inspiring millions with his motivational talks with the infamous “keys to success” on Snapchat and premiering Future’s latest album EVOL and French Montana’s Wave Gods on his new Beats1 Radio show on Apple Music.
In a video posted on WorldStar Hip Hop, viewers could see Jay-Z giving Khaled his Roc-A-Fella chain in what seemed like a very powerful moment between the two.
Jigga even claimed that the was the last chain of its kind saying, “I don’t own an original one at all this is my last one.”
The video ended with HOV spitting bars over what may be a new DJ Khaled record or even a new record for the next Jay-Z project.
Sound off in the comments section and tell us what you think about DJ Khaled signing on to Roc Nation and being managed by Jay-Z!
Blogged by FreddyO intern: James Wagner (@king_jwagner)
New Music Alert: Chris Brown Shouts Out His Ex, Karruche Tran, in The Remix of ‘Back To Sleep’ featuring Usher & Zayn
Hip Hop Heads everywhere are amped about the reconciliation and the news about Birdman and Lil Wayne getting back together to make music. The two joined forces on Mannie Fresh‘s new song “HATE” which features Juvenile.
Sounds like the good old CASH MONEY TAKING OVER FOR THE 99 days if you ask me.
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Earlier today it was announced that the 9th annual Roots Picnic music festival will feature Future, Usher,and soul singer Leon Bridges.
The yearly picnic marks the start of the summer music festival season in Philly and fans will fill Festival Pier to watch some of music’s top talents perform across three stages.
Trey Songz released his most recent album, Trigga, in 2014, then re-loaded it with “Slow Motion” and more for a re-release this past April, but his music output isn’t slowing up in the slightest. Trey dropped a holiday mixtape, To Whom It May Concern, featuring Dave East, and production from guys like Illangelo and DJ Mustard. Today, he released a video for his lengthy collaboration with the Harlem upstart–signed to Nas‘ Mass Appeal Records just under 2 years ago–which also features DJ Drama and MikexAngelo, “Everybody Say.”
The Jon J directed video begins with DJ Drama giving a few words, saying “Y’all be all on that he say she say shit, man. Yeah, we hear you talking.” Ladies favorite, Dave East drops his fire bars as Trigga flaunts his gold grills, stacks of cash and women.
Check out the video above.