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Long Beach bred and Cali residing rapper Snoop Dogg has always had an affinity for plants and the green lifestyle.
Now the “Gin and Juice” rapper is taking things one step further with his new show Planet Snoop.
Today (March 25th) VladTV dropped an interview with Quentin Miller and some unknown information came out related to the Meek Mill and Drake beef from last year.
In the interview, media insider Taxstone is shown in a pop-out-screen revealing that Meek Mill and his Dreamchaser crew beat up Quentin Miller.
Fresh off the stage from his performance in Tampa Bay at a Spring Break concert called Wild Splash 2016, Fabolous took the time to speak with the famed Bootleg Kev for a round of Q&A.
While Fab spoke about his new album with Jadakiss (Freddy vs Jason) that will be available on both iTunes and Tidal, Fab took the time to weigh in on the Troy Ave/Joey Bada$$ beef that’s been getting headlines over the past few weeks.
There is no doubt Lil Wayne has influenced an entire generation of rap performers and rap followers. One fellow Hip Hop superstar has even referred to Weezy as “the greatest.” Kendrick Lamar did an interview with The Coveteur, and the West Coast representative applauded Wayne’s impact on culture.
Thanks to his advertising spot with Apartments.com, Lil Wayne shined as one of the biggest stars on Super Bowl Sunday. Weezy then continued his popular commercial streak by appearing in three much talked about ads for Samsung. Adweek spoke with Wayne about his recent turns as a commercial actor.
Starting in the 1990’s and to this day, legendary Hip-Hop trio 213 is saluted as the best to ever do it from Long Beach.
Putting the LBC on the map Snoop Dogg, Warren G and of course the late-Nate Dogg were some of the first artists to ever reach main stream success from that part of Los Angeles.
From Ellen to the late night shows with Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel, DJ Khaled has been everywhere after signing a management deal with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation.
Now DJ Khaled’s archenemy “they” have something else to hate on, as DJ Khaled enters the movie world with his new role in former SNL standout Andy Sandberg’s flick, Popstar Never Stop Stopping.
Since his release from prison last year, Ja Rule has been relatively quiet when it comes to his plans for the rap game.
Yesterday fans got some info on Ja, as the Murder Inc. signed rapper delivered a “on time” message about his future plans for a retirement from the rap game.
Bank Roll Fresh, a rap talent on the rise, was murdered Friday night, several sources have reported.
The incident happened at Street Execs Studio in northeast Atlanta.