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Friday, April 26, 2013

G-Groove Entertainment Presents 4/20 Vol. Dime


G-Groove Entertainment, is proud to present 420 Vol. Dime. It doesn’t matter if you’ve ever smoked or not, everyone knows what “420” stands for, unless you’ve lived in a monastery all of your life. 420 Vol. Dime is the ultimate weed smokin’ album, and based on thousands of sales on previous versions, the streets have embraced it with open arms and now it’s time to distribute it to the world, no pun intended. Every track is an exploration into the world of weed, marijuana, ganja, chronic, bud, exotic or whatever you want to call it. From tracks explaining where to put the guts of a blunt on tracks like “Brown Bag” or how we always carry that “Loud Pack”, to explaining how the inside of our rides smell “Like A Pound Of Purple” or how we stay “In The Clouds”. The tracks on 420 Vol. Dime will constantly keep you blazin’ up. It doesn’t matter if you like strawberry, peach, grape, chocolate or if you still go old school and use the zig-zag, you are guaranteed to light ‘em and keep ‘em lit while listening. So split the blunt, dump the guts, pack it, roll it, light it, inhale, exhale. 420 Vol. Dime is for sale. And if you smoke enough to see Bob Marley, tell him we said what’s up!
Artists include Young Dirt, C-Bo, B-Elz Strap & Smiley of Travis Porter and many many more.

Monday, April 22, 2013

Mr. Boom Boom Bang featured on Beyond the Music


In this installment of Beyond The Music, just some guy named Jay interviews Mr. Boom Boom Bang. In this interview Mr. Boom Boom Bang talks about his new single "Freaky Noize", the ups and downs of working in the music industry, beats, where he got his name "Boom Boom Bang" from AND MORE!!! 

 GET UPDATES ON ATLANTA BASED RAPPER MR.BOOM BOOM BANG
HERE AT
http://www.boomboombangblog.blogspot.com
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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Official Dre G. Interview: IT'S OFFICIAL!!!

 
 
 
South East Hip Hop:  What's up Official Dre G.?
Official Dre G.:  What's Good?

South East Hip Hop:  What makes you so official?
Official Dre G.:  I'm the Referee Of Rapp I'm calling the game.  (laughs) Technical FOULS and all I'm Official cause I stand out you can put that stamp on me.


South East Hip Hop:  What is Official Dre G. bringing to the game?
Official Dre G.:  SlabBoyMusic my own unique style, all the real gone relate


South East Hip Hop:  What inspired you to want to become a rapper?
Official Dre G.:  A local Group from Springhill Called the Dogg House Click.


South East Hip Hop:  Where are you from and how is the music scene there?
Official Dre G.:  Springhill, LA.  My City Small my closest thing to a music scene in Shreveport and the market is Good there.


South East Hip Hop:  How would you describe your latest single "Time Right" featuring K. White and Yo Gotti?
Official Dre G.:  Grind Time Music


South East Hip Hop:  What type of beats bring out the best in what you do?
Official Dre G.:  Club/Hip Hop


 South East Hip Hop:  Do you buy beats, if so or if not, what is your process for selecting tracks?
Official Dre G.:  Yes I like beats that talk to me when I first hear the track.

 
 

South East Hip Hop:  What beatmakers would you like to work with in the future that you haven't already?
Official Dre G.: Shawdy Red, Lex Luger, Dramma Boy, Dr. Dre


South East Hip Hop:  What are you doing to promote your music?
Official Dre G.:  Radio Campaign, Social Media, my Publicist Michelle Magee and hitting the streets


South East Hip Hop:  What would you say is one of the most effective ways to get your music out there to the masses?
Official Dre G.:  In the streets and Internet


South East Hip Hop:  What has been one of your worst experiences as an artist and how did you bounce back from it?
Official Dre G.:  Dealing with the wrong People on Business You live and you learn


 South East Hip Hop:  What are 3 top highlights in your career as an artist so far?
Official Dre G.:  Working with Yo Gotti making CNN I report and touring on the Road


South East Hip Hop:  What do you have planned for the rest of 2013?
Official Dre G.:  The Release of SlabBoyWorld2 with DJ Smalls touring and continue make good music


South East Hip Hop:  Where would you like to see yourself in the next 5 years?
Official Dre G.:  Very Successful in this Music Game.


South East Hip Hop:  Is there anything else you would like to plug? Any shout outs?
Official Dre G.:  Shout Out Yo Gotti, A Bay Bay , Foe Star Management, Bullz Eye Entertainment.

 


 
 
 

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Listen to the latest single from Mr. Boom Boom Bang titled "Freaky Noize"

The Carolina King DJ Chuck T. is Back with NEW MIXTAPES for April

After a 3 month hiatus "THE CAROLINA KING" DJ Chuck T is back on his grizzly with 6 brand new mixtapes and 2 music video DVDs that are sure to take the streets by storm. For the last 90 days the game has been calling for real down south streets that ONLY DJ Chuck T has been supplying the game with for the last 7 years......and NOW CHUCK T WILL ANSWER THAT CALL! You know the routine by now!COP HEAVY OR STARVE!! These titles are sure to go QUICK! CALL 843-568-0036 TO ORDER!
****THESE TITLES SHIP OUT FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2013****
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DJ CHUCK T PRESENTS
DOWN SOUTH SLANGIN' VOL. 91
1. Collard Green Intro
2. R.I.P (Remix) - Young Jeezy Ft. Kendrick Lamar,
Chris Brown & YG
3. U.O.E.N.O (Remix) - Rocko Ft. Wiz Khalifa & Future
4. National Champs - Rick Ross Ft. DJ Scream
5. Colombia (Remix) - Young Scooter Ft. Gucci Mane,
Birdman & Rick Ross
6. No Love - Future
7. 100 Flavors - Birdman Ft. Detail & DJ Khaled
8. Burnt Out - Alley Boy Ft.
Big Bank Black & Rocko
9. God Bless Amerika - Lil Wayne
10. Dat Recipe - Future Ft. Drumma Boy
& Young Dolph
11. Notorious - Young Dro
12. Fell - Waka Flocka Flame Ft. Gucci Mane
13. Key2Life - M.O.S
14. Check The Sign - Bun-B Ft. Big K.R.I.T
15. Trigger Finger - Lil Wayne Ft. Soulja Boy
16. Turn This Up - Lil Brod
17. Fly Rich - Rich Gang (DJ Stevie J, Future,
Meek Mill & Mystikal)
18. Come Here - Cash Out
19. Buy - 2 Chainz Ft. Pusha T &
Tom Foolery (Prod. By Bangladesh)
20. She Drowning - Mr. 704
21. No Hook - OJ Da Juiceman
22. Who U Wit - Verse Simmonds Ft. Young Scooter,
Y0 Gotti & Trobule
23. What I Do - Webbie
24. Keep Shining - Future Ft. Casino
25. Have Mercy - Ace Hood (Prod. By Cardiak)
26. Hell Yes - Gucci Mane
27. Bad Man - Warhead Bout2Blow & Ahmad
28. Days & Days - Lil Wayne Ft. 2 Chainz
29. On It - Young Scooter Ft. Chief Keef
 
 
 
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DJ CHUCK T PRESENTS
WHEN IT ALL GOES SOUTH VOL. 20
1. Usual - Future
2. I Been On - Bun-B, Z-Ro, Willie D,
Scarface, Lil KeKe & Slim Thug
3. Terrific - Gucci Mane
4. Tap Out - Birdman Ft. Lil Wayne, Future,
Mack Maine & Nicki Minaj
5. Memories Back Then - T.I. Ft. B.O.B
& Kendrick Lamar
6. Trippy - Lil Wayne Ft. Juicy J
7. Reign On - Big K.R.I.T
8. 5 Am In Toronto - Drake
9. Ride - Elevator Jay Ft. Makeida
10. Back Seat - Gucci Mane Ft.
Waka Flocka & Chief Keef
11. Know Bout - Alley Boy
12. Phantom - 2 Chainz Ft. Birdman
13. PFYB - Mack Hickey
14. Down & Out - Future Ft. French Montana
15. Constant Conversations - Juicy J
16. Fuck Dat Bitch - Young Dro
17. Dame Dash - A-Roc
18. Ball Hard - Mr. Gemstones
19. Wowzers - Lil Wayne
20. Plug Prices - OJ Da Juiceman
21. Get It In - Main Event
22. Im Good - Future Ft. Young Scooter
23. Karate Chop Freestyle - Young Dro
24. Started From The Bottom Freestyle - Meek Mill
25. Bitch Dont Kill My Vibe Freestyle - Rick Ross
26. Weed Smoke (Remix) - Project Pat Ft. Mack Miller
27. Who Gives A Fuck - Cash Out
28. Play Wit Dis - Shawty Lo Ft. Gucci Mane
**BONUS TRACK** Open Letter - Jay-Z Ft. Swizz Beatz
 
 
 
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DJ CHUCK T PRESENTS
SEXXXPLICIT R&B VOL. 76
1. Fine China - Chris Brown
2. Pour It Up (Remix) - Rihanna Ft. Young Jeezy,
Rick Ross, Juicy J & T.I.
3. Bad - Wale Ft. Tiara Thomas
4. Bow Down/I Been On - Beyonce
5. Kisses Down Low - Kelly Rowland
6. Love Connection - Raheem Devaughn
7. Body Party - Ciara
8. Where Do We Go From Here - Olivia
9. Fully Loaded - Verse Simmonds
10. Tron - The Dream
11. I Hit It First - Ray J
12. Shots Fired - Chris Brown Ft.Tank
13. How I Like It - Reflection1147 Ft. Cap 1,
Ricky Ruckus, and Fletcher
14. Leggo - B-Smyth Ft. 2 Chainz
15. She Badd - Money Monsters
16. I Like It - Sevyn Streeter
17. Daylight - Bridget Kelly
18. Somebody Else - Frank Ocean
19. Love and War (Remix) - Tamar Braxton
20. Say You Will - Kevin Ross
21. Never Should Have - Ashanti
22. Once You Kissed Me - Olivia Chisolm
23. Almost Done - Tank
24. Paradise - Omarion
25. Can We Talk - Templeton Maestro
 
 
 
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Rich Gang (Birdman, Future, Young Scooter
& Lil Wayne) - Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous
1. Karate Chop - Future Ft. Lil Wayne
2. Rich As Fuck - Lil Wayne Ft. Future
3. Colombia (Remix) - Young Scooter Ft. Gucci Mane, Birdman & Rick Ross
4. Im Good - Future Ft. Young Scooter
5. Julio - Young Scooter
6. Dont Lie - Young Scooter
7. Picture Perfect - Birman Ft. Juvenile & Lil Wayne
8. Bitches Love Me - Lil Wayne Ft. Drake & Future
9. Truck Loads - Young Scooter
10. I Need Your Love - Ace Hood Ft. Trey Songz
11. No Love - Future
12. On It - Young Scooter Ft. Chief Keef
13. Bugatti - Ace Hood Ft. Future & Rick Ross
14. Too Many Comma's - Birdman Ft. Young Scooter
15. Faster - Young Scooter Ft. Gucci Mane & Alley Boy
16. Tap Out - Birdman Ft. Lil Wayne, Mack Mane & Nicki Minaj
17. Annoying - Young Scooter Ft. Waka Flocka
18. Usual - Future
19. Dat Recipe - Future Ft. Drumma Boy & Young Dolph
20. U.O.E.N.O - Rocko Ft. Future & Rick Ross
21. After Party - Future Ft. Alley Boy & Cyhi The Prince
22. Fly Rich - Birdman Ft. Meek Mill, Tyga & Mystikal
23. 100 Flavors - Birdman Ft. Detail
24. Shout Out - Birdman Ft. French Montana & Gudda Gudda
25. Lay It Down - Lil Wayne Ft. Nicki Minaj
26. Dont Get Me Started - Ace Hood
27. Goin Down - Ace Hood Ft. Meek Mill
28. Have Mercy - Ace Hood
 
 
 
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A1/FBG Future, Rocko, and Young Scooter
- Racked Up & Stacked Up
1. U.O.E.N.O (Remix) - Rocko Ft. Future & Wiz Khalifa
2. Keep On Shining - Future Ft. Casino
3. Usual - Future
4. Im Good - Future Ft. Young Scooter
5. Karate Chop (Remix) - Future Ft. Lil Wayne
6. Play No Games (Remix) - Young Scooter Ft. Frenchie
7. Who U Wit - Verse Simmonds Ft. Trouble, Scooter & Yo Gotti
8. I Can't Wait - Rocko
9. Bunt Out - Rocko Ft. Big Bank Black
10. Mean - Rocko
11. Colombia (Remix) - Young Scooter Ft. Birdman, Rick Ross & Gucci Mane
12. On It - Young Scooter Ft. Chief Keef
13. Nachos - Rocko
14. New Money - Shawty Lo Ft. Young Scooter
15. Hit Licks - Future Ft. Alley Boy
16. Y - Rocko
17. Where Ya From - Future Ft. Young Scooter
18. M's - Rocko
19. Down & Out - Future Ft. French Montana
20. Chosen One - Future Ft. Rocko
21. After Party - Future Ft. Alley Boy
22. Hard - Future
23. Hell-N-Back - Future Ft. Pill
24. Fly Rich - Birman Ft. Future, Tyga, Meek Mill & Mystikal
25. Trance - Future
26. Dat Recipe - Future Ft. Young Dolph
27. ShiiKno - Rocko
28. Slow Down - Rocko
 
 
 
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MEEK MILL , JUELZ SANTANA. FRENCH MONTANA -
"A DREAM DEFERRED"
1. Down & Out - French Montana Ft. Future
2. Freaks - French Montana Ft. Nicki Minaj
3. Buy This Game - French Montana Ft. Chinx Drugz & Wale
4. Tick Toc - French Montana Ft. Trina
5. Sanctuary - French Montana
6. Devil Wants My Soul - French Montana
7. Diamonds - French Montana Ft. J. Cole & Rick Ross
8. Shot Caller - French Montana Ft. P. Diddy & Rick Ross
9. Choppa Down - French Montana Ft. Wiz Khalifa & Rick Ross
10. Move Dat Cane - French Montana Ft. Waka Flocka Flame
11. Pop That - French Montana Ft. Drake, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne
12. Bodies - Juelz Santana Ft. Lil Reese
13. Soft - Juelz Santana Ft. Rick Ross, Meek Mill & Fabolous
14. Clickin' - Juelz Santana Ft. Yo Gotti
15. Turn It Up - Juelz Santana Ft. Lloyd Banks
16. Cashin' Out - Juelz Santana
17. Nothing To Me - Juelz Santana Ft. Jeremih
18. Black Out - Juelz Santana Ft. Lil Wayne
19. Shoot 'Em Up - Juelz Santana Ft. Bounce
20. Young & Gettin' It - Meek Mill Ft. Kirko Bangz
21. Believe It - Meek Mil Ft. Rick Ross
22. Fly Rich - Meek Mill Ft. Birdman, Mystikal & Future
23. Mayback Curtains - Meek Mill Ft. John Legend
24. Repo (Cassidy Diss) - Meek Mill
25. Started From The Bottom Freestyle - Meek Mill
26. Burn - Meek Mill Ft. Big Sean
27. Freak Show - Meek Mill Ft. Sam Sneak
28. Dreams & Nightmares Intro - Meek Mill
 
 
 
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DJ CHUCK T PRESENTS
DOWN SOUTH SLANGIN' VIDEOS VOL. 20
1. Keep Shining - Future Ft. Casino
2. Crack - 2 Chainz
3. Show Out - Juicy J Ft. Young Jeezy & Big Sean
4. Poetic Justice - Kendrick Lamar
5. Carolina - Premoe Ft. Sequence, Ike & Shyst
6. Never Goin' Broke - Marly Mar
7. Started From The Bottom - Drake
8. Weed Smoke - Project Pat Ft. Nasty Mane
9. Believe It - Meek Mill Ft. Rick Ross
10. Freaks - French Montana Ft. Nicki Minaj
11. Power Trip - J. Cole Ft. Miguel
12. Dopeman - Shawty Lo
13. Follies - Travis Porter Ft. Cap 1
14. Amsterdam - Rick Ross
15. Sale -Dro Fe
16. Low Miles - Plies
17. Work - Yo Gotti Ft. French Montana
18. Where He Get It - Chief Keef
19. Down Bad - Young Scooter
20. Pirates - Rick Ross
21. Drug Money - Yo Gotti (In Studio Performance)
22. Pledge - Shawty Lo
23. Hold Up - Cash Out Ft. Wale
24. These Bitches - Curren$y
25. Ocho Cinco - French Montana Ft. P. Diddy, MGK, Los and Red Cafe
26. Ten Jesus Pieces - Rick Ross Ft. Stalley
 
 
 
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DJ CHUCK T PRESENTS
WHEN IT ALL GOES SOUTH VIDEOS VOL. 1
1. R.I.P - Young Jeezy Ft. 2 Chainz
2. Bitches Love Me - Lil Wayne Ft. Future & Drake
3. Im Different - 2 Chainz
4. Dream & Nightmares Intro - Meek Mill
5. Started From The Bottom - Drake
6. Devil Wants My Soul - French Montana
7. All Birds - Rick Ross
8. No Way - Main Event
9. Blowin' Loud - Marly Mar
10. Pop This Pill - Project Pat Ft. Gorilla Zoe
11. Holmes - Gucci Mane Ft. Young Scooter & Migos
12. Scarface - Gucci Mane
13. Missing - Future Ft. Big Bank Black & Maceo
14. Fine Night - Warhead & Ahmad
15. Colombia - Young Scooter
16. Got My Own - Shawty Lo Ft. Stunt Man
17. #ME - Country C
18. Bugatti - Ace Hood Ft. Future
19. Respect Dat - Lil J Ft. Ant
20. The Cure - Tiger The Ace
21. Addresses (Short Film) - T.I.
22. Keys In The Bag - Dro Fe
23. Bad - Wale ft. Tiara Thomas
24. Pirates - Rick Ross
25. Streets Talkin' - Young Scooter Ft. Syst Red
26. Jet Life - Curren$y Ft. Big K.R.I.T & Wiz Khalifa
 
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Listen to the latest single from Mr. Boom Boom Bang titled "Freaky Noize"

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Lil' Buck Interview (Taks about being The Voice of Geismar LA, A Mill Before The Deal and Getting Buckwild!)

 
 

South East Hip Hop:  How are you doing Lil' Buck?
Lil' Buck:  I am doing well, my mix tape is gaining steam and the big boys are calling.

 

South East Hip Hop:  How did you get the name Lil' Buck?
Lil' Buck:  When I was a yungin; I was a bit buck wild hence the name was given to me and over the years it evolved into Lil Buck.

 
South East Hip Hop:  How would you describe yourself as an artist?
Lil' Buck:  A straight go getta', unique, not afraid to push the envelope.  If people tell me what I can't do, I will go out of my way to prove them wrong.

 
South East Hip Hop:  Who would you compare yourself to?
Lil' Buck:  No comparison, I am me.  My style is unique and represents who I am.  Have you seen my show?  After viewing my show people say I have my own style.

 

South East Hip Hop:  What type of beats bring out the best in what you do?
Lil' Buck:  I want to feel the production. I want to live with the track and become intrinsically involved.  I want the track and my lyrics to become one.  When I get that feeling I couple with the energy then that's a special track.

 

South East Hip Hop:  Do you pay for beats?  If so, or if not, what is your process for selecting beats?
Lil' Buck:  In some cases yes, in some cases no.  I gather all tracks which are submitted, I then work to narrow down the tracks accordingly.  The tracks are in a tournament and many get eliminated as I work toward my final four.

 

South East Hip Hop:  What producers have you worked with?
Lil' Buck:  Peace to my mans Hard Beatz, J. Mills (ATL), J. Skillz and J. Buck.  These cats hold me down and deliver heat.

 

South East Hip Hop:  Who did you work with for your single "Nyte Lyfe"?
Lil' Buck:  Hard Beatz was the producer.  It was one of those tracks that spoke to me.  It had a bonafide club feel and I was like I can F#@* with this.  I told Hard Beatz to lay it down and I penned a solid piece of hip-hop laurel.  "Nyte Lyfe" is one of the best club tracks out right now.  When people hear Nyte Lyfe they respond.  Many DJs have let me know how the audience reacts to this track.

 

South East Hip Hop:  What can listeners expect to hear on your mixtape A Mill Before The Deal?
Lil' Buck:  Heat coupled with energy and most important some brand new s**t!!!  A Mill Before The Deal will be a peek behind the curtain.  I am giving a huge slice of what to expect when the major deal becomes official.  I wanted to put together a solid project that people all over can relate to and simultaneously prompt DJs to select different tracks to bump.

 

South East Hip Hop:  We see you are from Geismar, Louisiana.... how is the music scene there?
Lil' Buck:  I am Geismar music.  It begins and ends with me.

 

South East Hip Hop:  Who are some of the artists that you listen to?
Lil' Buck:  I bump myself but I do check out 2 Chainz, E-40, Too $hort, Snoop and C-Bo. Snoop Too $hort and E-40 picked up my music via Twitter and I have formed a relationship with each of them. My Twitter handle is @lilbuckofficial

 
South East Hip Hop:  What other shows do you have lined up that you want to tell the people about?
Lil' Buck:  I will be in Hattiesburg, MS on the 19 April, Laplace, LA 27 of April, Hattiesburg, MS Taste Bar Lounge, 4 May Thibodaux, LA

 
South East Hip Hop:  What plans do you have for the rest of 2013?
Lil' Buck:   I will continue to continue grind and prepare for my major release. I will used the remaining portion of 2013 to prepare for an exciting 2014.

 

South East Hip Hop:  Where do you see yourself in the next five years?
Lil' Buck:  An artist that people respect and one that has earned his way into the annuals of hip-hop lure.  I want to be that guy that earned his spot and represent my city and my region to the fullest.  In five years I will be bringing consistent heat to the game.

 
 
South East Hip Hop:  Is there anything else you would like to plug? Any shout outs?
Lil' Buck:  I am grateful to every DJ that has took a chance to spin my record and are now receiving positive feedback.  I also would like to thank all the fans that are following me and whom appreciate my music.  Remember to follow @lilbuckofficial.


 
 
 
 

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Listen to the latest single from Mr. Boom Boom Bang titled "Freaky Noize"

Friday, April 12, 2013

Waka Flocka talks about upcoming Movie Deals



Waka Flocka talks to VladTV about signing two movie deals. Check it out at the video link above.
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GET UPDATES ON ATLANTA BASED RAPPER MR.BOOM BOOM BANGHERE AT
http://www.boomboombangblog.blogspot.com
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Reebok drops Rick Ross after Controversial Lyric




Rick Ross' controversial lyrics has come back to hit him where it really hurts, his pockets. Reebok has reportedly dropped Rozay as a spokesman. TMZ Reports: Rick Ross just learned a hard lesson about r*pe and money ... you embrace one, you lose the other ... because he was just DUMPED by Reebok. As TMZ previously reported ... Ross has taken a ton of heat for his song, U.O.E.N.O ... in which he spits,

"Put Molly [Ecstasy] all in the champagne. She ain't even know it. I took her home and I enjoy that. She ain't even know it."

Translation -- date r*pe. Reebok tells TMZ ... "Reebok holds our partners to a high standard, and we expect them to live up to the values of our brand. Unfortunately, Rick Ross has failed to do so." Reebok continues: "While we do not believe that Rick Ross condones s-xual assault, we are very disappointed he has yet to display an understanding of the seriousness of this issue or an appropriate level of remorse." Reebok received pressure to dump "the boss" particularly from Ultra Violet, a women's rights organization. Last week, Ultra Violet held a protest at the Reebok store in NYC.  Just today, artist Rocko dropped a new version of "U.O.E.N.O." without a Rick Ross verse. About a month ago, Rick Ross appeared in the Reebok commercial for its "Live White Hot" campaign.

 Let us know what you think in the comments:


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Listen to the latest single from Mr. Boom Boom Bang titled "Freaky Noize"


GET UPDATES ON ATLANTA BASED RAPPER MR.BOOM BOOM BANG HERE AT
http://www.boomboombangblog.blogspot.com
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Thursday, April 11, 2013

J. Cole talks about Born Sinner

 

North Carolina's J. Cole recently announced via Twitter that he plans to release his next LP, Born Sinner this Summer of 2013!!

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Listen to the latest single from Mr. Boom Boom Bang titled "Freaky Noize"

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Waka Flocka angers Black Women during a New Interview


First Lil' Wayne, then Slim Thug and now.....Waka Flocka is one of the latest rappers to piss off.....black women.  In a recent Interview on Hot 97 this is what Waka said

“…used to be black girls was the baddest shit, you know what I mean? Spanish, J-Lo be poppin’ … white women are poppin’ right now, man. They f**kin’ poppin’. Imma just be real.”


Speaking of "poppin' white women", Waka Flocka recently tried to get at "poppin' white actress" Danielle Fishel (best known for her role as Topanga in the 90s television series "Boy Meets World").

 
So what are you saying Waka Flocka, that black women aren't "poppin'"???

What do you all have to say about this?

Are you a black woman?  If so, how do you feel about this statement?

Voice your opinions in the comment section below!

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Listen to the latest single from Mr. Boom Boom Bang titled "Freaky Noize"


GET UPDATES ON ATLANTA BASED RAPPER MR.BOOM BOOM BANG HERE AT
http://www.boomboombangblog.blogspot.com
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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

North Carolina based songwriter/producer Olatunji Mason talks about his move to Charlotte



North Carolina based songwriter/ producer Olatunji Mason talks to the Carolina Inquirer in a video Interview about his move from the Baltimore/ DC area to Charlotte, NC.  Also in the video interview Olatunji Mason talks about working with southern artists, making beats, The Carolina music scene and more!

Olatunji Mason has worked with artists such as Shabba Ranks, Krumb Snatcha and the original Blaq Planet!

Click the video and listen to what he has to say!

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GET UPDATES ON ATLANTA BASED RAPPER MR.BOOM BOOM BANG HERE AT
http://www.boomboombangblog.blogspot.com


Monday, April 8, 2013

The South supports New York based rapper Dolo the Bandit's PROJECT MONARCH!

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The South certainly has love for New York stationed emcee Dolo the Bandit and his latest release titled Project Monarch.  


Check out the new EP from Dolo the Bandit at this link below.
http://www.audiomack.com/album/dolo-the-bandit/project-monarch-2

Get more updates on Dolo The Bandit here at this link