Future and Ciara have recently collaborated in music but has it hit the romance department too? Are they dating? They have shown up together at popular strip clubs in Atlanta and also spotted in LA grabbing lunch together. Â Also check out Future promoting his new mixtape on MTV. See all details inside. Read More »
Stevie J and Joseline are still at it. The other day the twosome was spotted in Diamonds Strip Club in Atlanta. They obviously made a little money from the VH1 hit “Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta, and he was obviously ready to spend some of it. Stevie was making it rain as Joseline took time to take photos with the fans but she never got to far away from “Stebbie”.
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The homie Lil Scrappy recently held his new album “The Grustle” release party a Diamonds of Atlanta. Scrappy has really been working hard to promote Â and the album will be releasedÂ Â on June 26.
The love and Hip Hop star Â first announced the album in 2009, as a true follow-up to 2006′s solo debut,Â Bred 2 Die Born 2 Live, a Warner Bros. release. During the last six years Scrappy has released numerous projects at retail, including two volumes ofÂ Prince Of Da South. During that time, Scrappy had tenures at G-Unit Records and DTP Records, despite no full-length material with either boutique label. I am just glade to see him back. Read More »
Earlier this week, Waka Flocka Flame released his highly anticipated Triple F Life: Friends which is in stores now. The homie celebrated with all his close friends and family”, last night at one of Atlanta top Strip Cubs, “Diamonds of Atlanta.” Waka threw out over 30,000 in cash.
Waka all I got to say is thank U thank U thank U, had the time of my life, which I had a stack to throw… I got home at 5:03 fell asleep about 5:15 while working on photos to send out, then over slept(11:45) remembering nothing but A$$… LOL.
Waka recently responded to critics, and others who continue to critique his music. I must say, if yall had been in the club and seen some of the beautiful things that were done to his music while the ladies where on stage, you would understand. Â Music is not always about lyric’s but about a feeling and how the words make you feel. In a recent interview with Fader, the Brick Squad Monopoly rapper responds to critics’ complaints about his raps.
Flocka explained that he fully well realizes that many listeners find fault in his simplistic wordplay, so much so that he even joked that “Lord knows Waka canâ€™t rap,” but he maintains he doesn’t care. He said that his music is more about energy and emotion rather than traditional rhymes and lyrics. He added that he’s always had difficulty expressing himself even in his youth, but that his music has been a means to channel his feelings without having to verbalize them. Read More »