Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Trina Not Bothered By Kreayshawn's Use Of The N Word

This year, Kreayshawn and V-Nasty of The White Girl Mob have been criticized for their group's use of the N word. While many have spoken out about this, Trina recently said that she doesn't "see what the big deal about it is." Miami's Trina also said that it's a "matter of respect" and that there are more serious topics to think about.

“I don’t see what the big deal about it is,” Trina said an interview with “It’s a matter of respect, if you’re not being disrespectful, if you’re not doing it in a racist way…I’m not really the person that care’s too much about all that.”

She went on to note that more "serious stuff" should be talked about and added that the term will continue to live on.

"It’s so much more serious stuff going on in life,” Trina added. “Let's worry about voting for Barack Obama for president again. I don't think the N-word is such a big deal, we've been saying it for years, decades, white, blacks, Hispanic, Jamaican, Haitian, Chinese whatever. It is what it is, we didn't create it, we didn't start it and we're not going to be the last to say it. It's going to continue on and on and on so we just need to focus on what's important."

This year, V-Nasty has tried to explain her use of the N word and then vowed never to use it again in her songs. Meanwhile, Trina has been working on her next album with Rick Ross, fueling rumors of a potential move to Maybach Music Group after cutting ties with Slip-n-Slide

Fact of the Day


"Men can unconsciously smell when a woman is ovulating."

According to a study published in Psychological Science, men are able to detect the scent of a fertile woman, even if they're unaware of what it is they're detecting. Researchers asked two groups of men to smell t-shirts. Some had been worn by women at various points in their menstrual cycles; others were unworn control-group shirts. Men who smelled the shirts of ovulating women experienced an increase in testosterone levels. Furthermore, they rated the shirts worn by ovulating women as the most pleasant-smelling.

Mac Miller Blue Slide Park Tops Billboard

As of tomorrow, Mr. Miller’s debut Blue Slide Park, will premiere at the top of the Billboard charts. According to Hits Daily Double, the album sold an estimated 148, 915 copies. And now, for some stats: Mac becomes the first artist in 16 years (and 21st century) to debut independently at number one. Congrats to him and the entire Rostrum team.

Future ATL feat. Big Boi & Young Jeezy - Aint No Way Around It


YelaWolf - Radioactive Album


Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Juelz Santana Responds To Arrest; Taunts Police Officers

Juelz Santana has commented on his recent arrest for making terroristic threats.
Juelz was arrested in New Jersey last week, after police pulled his Bentley over for unknown reasons and attempted to search the luxury vehicle.
According to Juelz, things went downhill from there.
“How many mugshots they gonna take of me smfh!!! 46k bail,” Juelz tweeted. “Police impounded my bently so I guess I gotta bring the rose out! f**k they thought that was my only car lol #Whooooaaaaaa,”
While details on the arrest are scarce, Juelz blamed the incident on Bergen County Police.
“It’s the NJ Bergen County Police. They be bored ‘no action’ smh so when they c someone like me they make it a big deal,” Juelz tweeted to his 473,000 followers.
In February, Juelz Santana surrendered to police and posted $125,000 in bail, after a 10 month investigation resulted in weapons and drug charges.
That arrest was the result of a 10-month investigation into gang activity at Juelz studio, which is located in Bergen County.
Police raided the studio in January and found 17 baggies of high grade marijuana and two loaded 9mm handguns.

Get Out My Lane Pt 2 (Prod by Prince) [Explicit]


1.21 Gigawatts (Back To The First Time)

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Body To Body (Remix) [CDQ]

Ace Hood feat. Chris Brown, Rick Ross, Wale & DJ Khaled


You Don't Know Bout It (Remix) [Explicit] Feat Young Jeezy & 2 Chainz


Badaboom (Drake & Big Sean Diss?) [Explicit]


Ludacris Aims “Bada Boom” Track at Drake & Big Sean

Some people call it the “hashtag” rap flow or the “pause, stop” rap flow or the “supa dupa” flow. Whatever the name, there’s still controversy about who created it and Ludacris has some scathing words for Drake and Big Sean on his new track “Bada Boom,” on which he targets innuendo that he bit that style from them.
Although Luda doesn’t mention names, it is quite obvious he is addressing Drake and Big Sean.
“I’m the truth in this booth and you niggas all hoes,” Luda raps on “Bada Boom.” “Counterfeit rappers say I’m stealing their flows, but I can’t steal what you never made up biiitch/ Y’all some duplicate rap cloning niggas/I manufacture you hoes put on your makeup biiitch…”
Later Cris continues: “May not like the way I used it, but you know you ain’t invent it, boy/Do your research before you make a claim so bogus that’s disrespecting pioneers in the game.”
When asked about the song this morning on Shade 45’s “Sway In The Morning” radio program, Luda didn’t reveal who he was going at on the song, but did want all the listeners to know he was only defending himself. “I don’t start these things, I finish them,” Cris told Sway.
Luda also addresses the controversy on “History Lesson,” another joint off his 1.21 Gigawatts: Back To the First Time mixtape. On the track, Cris plays snippets of songs from throughout the years, where MCs such as Notorious B.I.G., Method Man, Cam’ron and Q-tip used the infamous “pause, stop” flow.
Perhaps the drama boiled over, when Drake, who has taken the flow to new heights on songs such as “Forever,” credited Big Sean for fathering the style. At separate points last year and this year, both MCs accused Ludacris of taking from them on his song “My Chick Bad.”
“I don’t want to sound cocky, but the best way it’s been used was on ‘Forever,’” Drizzy told in 2010. “Those lines just all individually make so much sense. They’re all punchlines. Then a bunch of rappers started doing it and using the most terrible references in the world. I don t want to offend somebody. I hate that rappers picked that flow up. I wish they had left that for people that know how to use it. [They go like] ‘It’s a parade! Macy’s!’”
Luda does rap, “Coming down the street like a parade…Macy’s,” on “My Chick Bad.”
Meanwhile in March, while on MTV’s Rap Fix, Sean talked about Cris as well.
“Drake really made it more popular, but Drake gave me the credit and was like ‘I really got that from Big Sean,’” Sean said. “I think some artists just did it so wack, man. Every time I say names I get in trouble and it’s like I’m dissing, but some people used it wack. If [Drake] said Ludacris used it wack, hey.”
Sean also said he wasn’t throwing daggers at ATL’s Mouth of the South.
“Don’t get it wrong I’m not trying to diss Ludacris or nothing,” Big Sean continued. “He’s a great MC. But even though that style got so overused, there was a lot of people who did it great and there was a lot of people who didn’t do it so great. People always ask me, ‘Was you mad that people took that style from you? I’m like, ‘Nah, that went and shows me how far I can go as an artist.’ I feel like I changed hip-hop. I haven’t even dropped an album yet. So that goes to show me how powerful my mind is.”–Shaheem Reid

Drake - Hate Sleeping Alone


What U Smokin On (Prod by Big K.R.I.T.) [Full Version]