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Kendrick Lamar appears to have dissed Meek Mill while performing in New York yesterday (September 10). The Compton rapper made a comment, likely referring to Meek Mill, while performing "m.A.A.d. city" in Williamsburg Park in Brooklyn, New York, according to Complex.com.
"That goes for new niggas," Kendrick Lamar said on stage. "But there's one. There's one that need to know there's really levels to this shit."
Game may be one of the most tough-talking emcees in Hip Hop, but the Compton native may just have a heart of gold.
TMZ reports that Game is donating $10,000 to the family of a 6-year-old Los Angeles girl who was fatally shot outside her home this weekend.
In August, Eminem debuted a new song, "Survival," in a trailer for the video game Call of Duty: Ghosts. Now, it has been announced that purchases of Call of Duty: Ghosts made at GameStop on November 5, when the game is released, will come with a code that allows fans to download a special edition of Eminem's new album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, also set to be released on November 5.
Lil Wayne was the guest of honor in the second season debut of Katie Couric's show, "Katie."
During the show, Weezy and Kouric discussed topics such as Lil Wayne's time in jail, as well as his upbringing.
Detroit emcee Eminem stopped in during the broadcast of the Michigan-Notre Dame football game on Saturday to give a glimpse of his new video for “Berzek.” Em also gave an interview to the program’s commentators Brent Musburger and Kirk Herbstreit.
At the beginning of the Q&A Em looked disoriented and inattentive. When the show cut back to him after previewing clips of the video, Em shared that, “live TV freaks me out a little bit.
DMX has been involved in a lot of erratic behavior in the past. There are the serious incidents like the numerous arrests, his issues with substance abuse, and the time he impersonated a federal agent. The “Party Up” rapper recently added another act to his list of wild moments- hotel streaking.
Back in 2009, Lil Wayne sat down with Katie Couric for CBS’ “All Access Grammy Special.” That interview led to Wayne’s famous response, “I’m a rapper. That’s who I am Miss Katie, and I am a gangsta, and I do what I want.”
The Cash Money rapper and the talk show host are meeting up again on the season 2 premiere of Katie airing September 9th. During the episode Wayne discusses dropping out of high school, his recent hospitalization, his time in prison, his mother’s request for him to stop drinking syrup, and more.
Drake promises nothing will be the same on September 24th but he does confess one thing will always be the same. In a recent interview with MTV, the Canadian-born MC vows that he will never make a strictly rap album ever.
Drake tells MTV that Nothing Was The Same will still have a melodic feel to certain songs and that is something his fans should expect from here on out
This Saturday, turn to the Michigan vs Notre Dame season opener on ESPN at halftime, you might catch a Hip Hop legend or two. Eminem is set to preview the music video for his latest hit single “Berzerk” tomorrow night (Sept 7th) at halftime of the highly anticipated contest.