Friday, February 11, 2011

Birdman Responds To Jay-Z's "H.A.M." Diss, Drops $1.4 Million on New Maybach Landaulet

f it bothered him he's not showing it as he dropped more "baby money" on a new Maybach Landaulet for about $1.4 million. Courtesy of his million dollar bet on the Green Bay Packers to win the Super Bowl.

“I already spent that money on a Landaulet Maybach" Birdman told XXL. “My son [Weezy] is a Green Bay fan. I’m a diehard Saints fan, but he’s a die-hard Green Bay fan. So I just went hard. And I believed Green Bay was going to win, they pulled it off. My son knows a lot of about sports, so I was just like whatever he’s going to rock with I’m going to rock with hard."




DJ Khaled (Feat. Lil Wayne, T-Pain, Rick Ross & Plies) - Welcome To My Hood (Official Video)

Rihanna Has Restraining Order Modified Allowing Chris Brown To Be In Same Room As Her

Rihanna's lawyers have agreed to reduce the restraining order hanging over the singer's ex-boyfriend Chris Brown after his lawyer complained it restricted his career. Brown was found guilty of assaulting the "Umbrella" singer after a pre-Grammy Awards party in 2009 and as part of his punishment he was ordered to stay away from her at all times, including music events.

Now, two years later, the "Kiss Kiss" star's restraining order has been modified to a level one, which would allow him to be in the same room as his ex and even speak with her - as long as he doesn't annoy, molest or harass her. Brown still has to complete 1,400 hours of community labor and he's still on probation for his attack on Rihanna, In court last month for a progress report, a Los Angeles judge announced that the singer had finished a year-long domestic violence class.

In related news, Rihanna is fighting to recover from a sore throat in time for the Grammy Awards on Sunday, February 13. The R&B beauty has been struck down with a bout of bronchitis and laryngitis but she's vowed to do everything she can to get better before music's biggest night - insisting the show means "everything" to her.

In a post on, she tells her followers: "Bronchitis and laryngitis boo! I'm still goin to (Grammy) rehearsals tho! Sunday is everything." The "Umbrella" hitmaker was due to perform five tracks at the Unforgettable Evening gala on Thursday, but she pulled out at the last minute to rest. She was replaced by Cee-Lo Green at the Women's Cancer Research Fund event in Los Angeles.

Rihanna was previously forced to axe her slot at the 2009 Grammys after she was attacked by ex-boyfriend Chris Brown at a pre-prizegiving party. Rihanna's single "Only Girl (In the World)" has been nominated for Best Dance Recording, while "Love the Way You Lie", her collaboration with Eminem, is up for three Grammys at this year's ceremony.

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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Rick Ross - Hard In The Paint

Obama ends Iraq combat effort: Time to turn page

WASHINGTON – Declaring no victory after seven years of bloodshed, President Barack Obama on Tuesday ended the U.S. combat mission in Iraq, telling millions who were divided over the war in his country and around the world: "It is time to turn the page."

From the Oval Office, where President George W. Bush first announced the invasion that would come to define his time in office, Obama said bluntly: "Our most urgent task is to restore our economy." It was a telling sign of the domestic troubles weighing on Obama's nation and his own presidency that he would put such emphasis on the dire state of U.S. joblessness in a major war address.

Even in turning control of the war over to Iraqis — and trying to cap one of the most divisive chapters in recent American history — Obama is escalating the conflict in Afghanistan. He pledged anew that the United States would keep up the fight in that war, the longest one since Vietnam.

And in Iraq, for all the finality, the war is not over. More Americans are likely to die. The country is plagued by violence and political instability, and Iraqis struggle with constant shortages of electricity and water.

Obama is keeping up to 50,000 troops in Iraq for support and counterterrorism training, and the last forces are not due to leave until the end of 2011 at the lates

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Gucci Mane - Trap Talk

2010: The Appeal: Georgia's Most Wanted

After being released from jail, Gucci Mane stated that he would start or change the label name from So Icey Entertainment to 1017 Brick Squad Records. He also announced that his next album would be titled The State vs. Radric Davis, The Appeal and would be released in late 2010,although the latest journalistic reports gave the title as The Appeal: Georgia's Most Wanted, with a release date of August 31. Mane has since announced via Twitter that the album has a release date of September 28, 2010. The first single from this release is titled "Gucci Time",produced by Swizz Beatz. It premiered on Gucci Mane's official MySpace page on August 6. The single features Swizz Beatz and will be released to US urban radio stations on August 24, 2010.Collaborations on the album are Ciara, Nicki Minaj, Bun B, Wyclef Jean, and Swizz Beatz.

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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Eminem Still Number 1

Eminem continues to sell albums, period. The Grammy slash Oscar-winning rapper once again tops' the charts with his new "Recovery" album with a helpful boost from his new music video which features Rihanna and Megan Fox. Triple C's leader Rick Ross drops two spots (landing at 8th) as his new "Teflon Don" album sales another 29 thousand copies plus Drake's "Thank Me Later" debut album moves close to 24 thousand units.

The Black Eyed Peas, of course, stay in the top 20 by keeping thier spot at 18th while Usher's "Raymond vs Raymond" album drops two slots. Bun B's 5Mic winning new "Trill O.G." album (according to The Source Magazine) goes from 4th all the way down to 20th, losing 65% in sales this week. B.o.B's "Adventures of Bobby Ray" lands at 32nd only moving 2% less in sales while Big Boi's new project drops 3 slots.

Jay-Z Tops Forbes Top Rap Earners

Top Money Making Rappers

1. Jay-Z – $63 Million (Beyonce makes even more with 87 million)
2. Diddy – $30 Million
3. Akon – $21 Million (Lady Gaga money)
4. Lil Wayne – $20 Million
5. Dr. Dre – $17 Million (Beats By Dre money)
6. Ludacris – $16 Million (Theater of the Mind and Battles of the Sexes)
7. Snoop Dogg – $15 Million
8. Timbaland – $14 Million
9. Pharrell – $13 Million
10. Kanye West – $12 Million
11. Drake – $9 Million
11. T.I. – $ 9 Million
12. Swizz Beatz – $9 Million
14. Eminem – $8 Million (Recovery money will be counted next year)
14.50 Cent – $8 Million
14. Young Jeezy – $8 Million
17. Common – $7 Million
18. Soulja Boy – $7 Million
18. T-Pain – $7 Million
20. Lil Jon – $5 Million
20. Gucci Mane – $5 Million

Friday, August 13, 2010

DMX Out of Jail Again

DMX has just been released from an L.A. jail … after serving 18 days of a 90-day sentence stemming from a reckless driving conviction in 2002. Before X began his sentence, the rapper said he was dedicated to taking “steps toward regaining everything I’ve lost.”
conviction in 2002. via TMZ

DMX has this to say on twitter:


Hopefully DMX stays clean and focused on his music and family.

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