Before Kanye West was a ‘College Dropout,’ he was a young teenager rapping on the scene with a gangsta lean. Although urban legend has it that the Chicago native was a ferocious MC when he was a youngster, we haven’t bear witness to his earlier years of him spitting rhymes on the mic.
Someone went digging around on YouTube and found an old video of a 19-year-old West rapping onstage at a Chicago-area club. The clip, which was uploaded in 2010, features Yeezy and a local rapper named Phenom sharing the stage at the Double Door venue in 1996. The video features a confident West reciting rapid-fire punchlines and repeating the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard line, “I’ve never been tookin’ out / I keep MCs lookin’ out.”
Every since Blue Ivy Carter entered the world on Jan. 7, her doting parents, Jay-Z and Beyonce, had been fodder for the tabloids. Her birth, and the couple’s extraordinary efforts to secure their privacy, is now the subject of a song parody.
Lil Wayne has inked a deal with Grand Central Publishing to publish a book titled ‘Gone Till November.’ The tome is described as a prison memoir of the rapper’s thoughts that he jotted down while serving his eight-month prison bid at Rikers Island for weapons possession.
Lil Wayne‘s love for all-things sports is no secret. He blogs about sports for ESPN, he’s an avid bowler and he loves skateboarding. Over the Christmas holiday, the rap mogul launched his web video series called ‘Weezy’s Sports Corner.’ Every week, Wayne will offer his thoughts on various sports-related topics.
Shocking details have surfaced in the murder of up-and-coming rapper Slim Dunkin (born Mario Hamilton). Atlanta police has told WSB-TV, that the Waka Flocka Flame associate was shot and killed during a fight over a piece of candy. Incredulous as the story may sound, authorities are still investigating the case and the shooter remains at large.
There’s no shortage of karaoke videos of people rapping to Chris Brown‘s braggadocios anthem ‘Look at Me Now.’ But how about making pancakes to the bouncy club track? That’s what Mac Lethal did in a video that he posted on YouTube.
The Kansas City, MO, rapper tries his skills at speed-rapping over Breezy’s hit while cooking his favorite breakfast food and drinking orange juice.
Rapper T.I. is the cover subject of Vibe’s year-end issue with the tagline, “T.I. Wants You Back.” The ‘I’m Flexin” artist discusses a number of topics with journalist Bonsu Thompson, including his time in prison, Osama Bin Laden and his beloved wife Tameka “Tiny” Cottle. But what’s got the tabloid media riled up is Tip’s supposed quotes about gay people.
Eccentric singer Cee Lo Green released a very stylish video for his love anthem ‘Anyway.’ The song is one of the four bonus tracks featured on his repackaged platinum edition of ‘Lady Killer,’ which hit stores on Tuesday (Nov. 28). The ballad, which was co-written by Weezer‘s Rivers Cuomo, has a ’90s-fe
Jay-Z‘s controversial “Occupy All Streets” T-shirts are back occupying Rocawear’s online store. The much-maligned tees were removed from the website Saturday morning (Nov. 12) but are now available for $22 in sizes medium to 2XL.
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