T.I. is not short on material for his upcoming album. The rapper recently told DJ Sense of Atlanta’s Hot 107.9 that he has 125 songs in the can for “Trouble Man,” the title of his eighth studio album. T.I. says he’s just sitting on the material right now. “Trouble Man” is due to be released on September 4th. That’s the day after the second season premiere of his VH1 reality series “T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle.” Do you remember 3 years ago when I attended T.I.unforgettable performance at club Crucial in Atlanta. After doing his Farewell Tour.

 The club was jammed packed full of people that came to show their love. T.I. talked to the crowd to let everyone know “no matter how much people might hate on him he will always keep his head up cause he’s the King B-Tch” … And he wouldn’t say it if he didn’t mean it”. Next thing I know Tip was talking about how people need to forgive and let things go don’t hold on to anything, and then Shawty Lo walked out on to the stage and extended his hand to the rapper. Both men embraced and shook hands as the audience was like what the hell… LOL

It looks as if Oprah Winfrey’s still “Keeping Up With The Kardashians.” E! News confirms that the Queen of Talk will show up on an upcoming episode of the Kardashians’ hit reality TV series. READ MORE

Chris Brown fills like he’s been hit by a car these past few weeks, and now more drama. There is even more fallout from the New York City nightclub brawl reportedly linked to members of Drake and Chris Brown‘s camps.

 

The “New York Daily News” says the New York State Liquor Authority has yanked W.i.P.’s liquor license and written up the club for several violations.

 

W.i.P.’s affiliated club, Greenhouse, is also facing violations.

 

The agency said in a press release that it would not tolerate “violent bars that break the law.”

 

Including the June 14th disturbance that resulted in several injuries at W.i.P., the State Liquor Authority cites ten separate assaults and altercations at both W.i.P. and Greenhouse in recent months. READ MORE

James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond is denying new reports that say he was behind the 1994 shooting of rapper Tupac Shakur in New York City. Lawyers for the former hip-hop manager have issued a statement in response to an article that was recently published in “The Village Voice.”

 

The article, by Chuck Philips, said Rosemond made the admission during an information exchange meeting with authorities regarding his drug trafficking case last fall. Now, Rosemond’s lawyer tells Allhiphop that Philips’ article got the story wrong.

 

Gerald Shargel says Rosemond was indeed asked if he participated in the robbery and shooting of Tupac Shakur at Quad Studios during the information exchange, but says his client “categorically denied any participation” in the crime. READ MORE

Tyler Perry hit a roadblock in his pursuit of his Dream movie. EURweb reports the filmmaker expressed interest in producing a film with Diana Ross, but apparently, she won’t return his calls.

“She’s been ignoring me for years,” Perry told Essence.com while promoting his latest movie, Madea’s Witness Protection. “She’s the only person that I have dreamed of working with that will not return my phone calls.” READ MORE

Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta star Joseline Hernandez decided to play by her own rules not  giving a f**k about yall haters! GlobalGrind reports the new reality star is causing a huge ruckus on and off the show with her feisty attitude. READ MORE

New Reality Show “Mistresses of Atlanta”

The trailer for the “When Keeping it Real Might Go Wrong” controversial new series “The Real Mistresses of Atlanta” was just leaked. Is this a case of Keeping it Real Going Wrong or Keeping it 100. Hey we are all adults right? It was falsely reported that his wife Toya Wright worked with the show! I say this is definitely GOOD TV! READ MORE

Singer R. Kelly had to postpone his book launching party tonight in New York for a mysterious “health emergency,” according to TMZ. READ MORE