Montreality caught up with Lil’ Bibby to ask their usual rundown of questions. Besides talking about his jobs as a teenager and what he did with his first check, the “Water” rapper also spoke about his relationship with MTV personality and radio host Sway and how he feels about doing interviews with him.
“Sway’s interviews man, I don’t really like them,” he laughed. “He be trying to get too deep, man. He’s an expert…I think he can see in your eyes if you’ve been through some shit so he asks all the right questions. He tries to cut deep. He gets me in my feelings sometimes.”
DJ Drama recently shared an image via Instagram, along with a caption that reveals he and Wayne may be back in the studio for another installment of The Dedication series.
During their sit-down, the Chef spoke about the global appeal of hip-hop and how its influence has left the street corners of New York City and has given a voice to people in other countries to express themselves through music. Their convo landed on the hot topic of Iggy Azalea and all the criticism she has received. Rae says he doesn’t feel that Iggy should be condemned for embracing the artform of hip-hop.
The Bronx, New York lyricist started off by stating that being a part of America was never a goal for those in his generation. He then questioned why he has to currently travel to a country like Switzerland to make money as a Hip Hop artist.
During the conversation, Twista spoke on the huge variety of sounds coming from Chicago. With the likes of Chance The Rapper and King Louie all creating a different sounds, Twista likened the city to a melting pot of music.
Daz Dillinger, a member of Tha Dogg Pound and a former Death Row Records artist, recently made clear his thoughts about Suge Knight and claims he is a "police informant."
With Iggy Azalea recently drawing public criticism from Eve and Jill Scott for her "blaccent," Iggy Azalea responded publicly yet again via Twitter.
Catching up with T.I. about his artist's ongoing public image crisis, TMZ asked the Paperwork emcee about whether or not he thinks she should be responding to every criticism.
One of the big 2014 business stories involving the music industry was the fact that consumers are now leaning more towards streaming music as opposed to purchasing albums. It appears one Hip Hop mogul is looking to get in on the growing trend by buying his own streaming services.
Reuters reports Jay’s S. Carter Enterprises subsidiary Project Panther put in a $56 million bid for Aspiro. the Scandinavian company controls the streaming services WiMP and Tidal. Aspiro’s main shareholder, Schibsted, has accepted the offer.
Suge Knight allegedly hit and killed a man after a fight broke out on a movie set.
Apparently, it was during the time The Game was filming a video for The Documentary 2 with Dr. Dre and Ice Cube, earlier today.
Lil Wayne has made good on his promise to go after Cash Money ... because he's filed a lawsuit asking a judge to end his contract with Birdman's label. Just days after news broke that Young Money rapper was suing Birdman and Cash Money for $8 million, a new report reveals that Weezy is asking to end his contract with Cash Money and a filed lawsuit of $51 million.
According to the lawsuit, obtained by TMZ, Wayne says Birdman and company violated the deal by withholding tens of millions of dollars Cash Money owes him for his long-delayed album, "Tha Carter V."