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PHOTOS: ‘When Love Kills’ ATL Premiere w/ Tami Roman, Tasha Smith, Lil’ Mama, Lance Gross, Ferrari, Irv Gotti & More
Ludacris- (left) Tyrese-(Right)
Tonight, the most anticipated movie of the year “The Fate of the Furious” will soon be out in theaters nationwide April 14th 2017! Elite members of the press came out to welcome the new #F8 movie by photographing some of the cast such as Ludacris and Tyrese just to name a few. Ludacris also spoke about The Fate of the Furious being one of his favorite movies that he’s filmed and is said that he can’t wait to film more ! READ MORE
Rapper Ja Rule lands a new family-inspired reality show on MTV called “Follow The Rules!” And one of the executive producers is his long-time friend, Irv Gotti.
Team Hennessy kept the party going for LeToya Luckett as she continued her 32nd birthday celebration at the newly renovated Hollywood hotspot Emerson Theatre. LeToya arrived with group of friends and was escorted through the packed venue and was immediately greeted by friends Kevin Hart, DeRay Davis, and Damion Dante Wayans and a slew of Hennessy V.S bottles at her VIP table. The night was filled with celebration as DJ Orator and DJ Dubz kept the pack club partying the night away and gave special shout outs to LeToya all evening. The starlit was singing and dancing the night away while enjoying Hennessy V.S specialty mixed drinks; The Inc’s very own Irv Gotti was also spotted at the packed club along with a group friends. Looks like Irv is gearing and preparing the for the labels return off hiatus when Ja Rule is set to be released in June. The party and photos were sponsored by Team Hennessy and JL Nights. READ MORE
[Video] Trey Songz ‘Hail Mary’ feat. Lil’ Wayne, Jeezy, Stevie J., Joseline & Kevin Hart Spotted in Video + Trey’s Exclusive Album Release Party Pics
Yesterday, Trey Songz released ‘Chapter V’ the singer’s fifth studio album and it has already made an impact on the R&B/Hip-Hop charts. “Chapter V” has delivered three hits thus far: “Dive In,” “Heart Attack,” and “2 Reasons,” featuring T.I. Trey released his fourth single, “Hail Mary,” featuring Lil’ Wayne and Young Jeezy.
In a recent interview with BillBoard, Trey SongzÂ spoke about his Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy 4th single, “Hail Mary,” which coincidentally was the last track to make the cut. “I was in the studio and the album was supposed to be turned in already and I was just in there doing extra songs for mixtape records, etc. And the record was so crazy I said, ‘Let me call Wayne, see if he like it. Maybe he can use it for his project.'” he said. “He put a verse on it. He said he loved it. It was crazy. He sent me the verse back. I started to like the record a little more. And I said, ‘Let me call my homie Jeezy and see if he like it.’ He got on it and the record turned out to be great. We actually held the album up probably a week and a half for that record.”
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Irv Gotti recently did an interview where he openly discussed the bad blood between him and his former recording artist Lloyd. His remarks have not gone unnoticed as Lloyd finally responds to Gotti’s allegations of Lloyd not being respectful once he was released from Murder Inc. Check inside for Lloyds full response. READ MORE
Irv Gotti and R&B crooner Lloyd were once a great duo musically but since his release from the record label things have gone sour between the two. Gotti signed Lloyd to his record label Murder Inc back in 2005 where Lloyd had top charting hits after top charting hits. Many were surprised when Lloyd decided to leave the record label after only giving them 2 albums and rumors started surfacing about beef between Lloyd and Irv. During a recent visit to MTVâ€™s Rap Fix, Irv discusses severing ties with the singer and why they would never be cool again. READ MORE
Def Jam record labelÂ has been the home to hip hop’s greatest acts including some who even pioneered rap. Icons including LL Cool J, DMX, Jay-Z, and RUN DMC have made there way through the Def Jam doors and paved a way for other artist to make their dreams come true. The record label has been experiencing financial decline in sales and tough times when label executive Shakir Stewart Â killed himself back in 2008. Irv Gotti, former Def Jam exec, believes he is the”best man” to lead the struggling company and put them back on top. READ MORE