It looks like A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie was trying to get Chicago rapper Juice Wrld on his song “Me & My Guitar” f his Artist 2.0 project. In a new interview with Brandon “Jinx” Jenkins, the NYC spitter revealed he specifically made his guitar song for Juice Wrld.
“To be honest, I made that song for Juice Wrld to get on. I was in LA and I was talking to Bibby… Juice Wrld never picked up his phone mind you. He lost his phone every other day literally. Rest in Peace to the bro though,” A Boogie says in the clip.
A Boogie continues: “Yeah I was tryna send it to him but it happened like a week later I think. I feel like nobody else could even master up to that. If I put anybody else on that song it never would made no sense so. Even though people will look like it’s not my style to drop a rockstar song like that, and they’ll be like ‘yeah thats some Juice Wrld shit,’ I made it for Juice Wrld.” he adds. (swipe right to watch clip)
While we didn’t get to hear Juice on “Me & My Guitar,” the two did previously link up on the track “Demons & Angels,” f A Boogie’s 2018 tape Hoodie SZN.
Check out the full 30-minute interview with A Boogie & Jinx (below) and stream Artist 2.0right here if you haven’t already.
Bizzy Bone, who first rose to prominence as part the legendary crew Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, is easily one the fastest rappers all time. For anyone doubting his ability, songs “Thug Luv” and “Notorious Thugs” reveal the dazzling depth his flow; check them out should you need a refresher course. Alas, it’s been a minute since Bizzy has been chopping at rapid-fire speeds, and in the interim Eminem has come through to seize the crown as the game’s fastest spitter. As it happens, Em’s open invitation to participate in the #Godzilla challenge was exactly the sort bat signal Bizzy needed.
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In a video uploaded to his Jam TV channel, Bizzy opens by shouting out the “little homie” Eminem. “Anybody down with Dr. Dre, down with Ice Cube, part the whole Mo Thug family is immediately cousins, brothers, and relatives,” says Bizzy. “I finna take the ‘Godzilla’ challenge, I been getting too many calls.” After indulging in a vegan feast, Bizzy once again shouts out Eminem and proceeds to step into the booth.
Unlike many who have been spitting Em’s climactic verse verbatim, Bizzy switched up the rules and simply aimed to surpass the syllable count. Rather than spitting live, he plays back an acapella verse recorded for the occasion and deadpans the camera while his machine-gun bars rattle f. Off the bat, it doesn’t appear that Bizzy’s speed is enough to match Em’s, but it stands as a valiant effort all the same. Suffice it to say, the Bone Thug legend clearly still has what it takes to chop with the best them. Check it out for yourself below and sound f — who is capable hitting higher speeds? Eminem or Bizzy Bone?
Khloe Kardashian has partnered with Febreze for what feels like a very random ad campaign, and the reality star is getting trolled for the lengths she’ll go for a check. Of course, Khloe is a Kardashian, and the famous family are notorious for their sponsored content, regardless how questionable the product is. Still, teaming up with Febreze when you’re a multi-millionaire seems a little strange, especially when you show f your bedazzled Febreze spray bottles. Yes, bedazzled.
Khloe shared the sponsored ad on Wednesday, postingsome photos herself lounging around the house surrounded by Febreze bottles, some which are covered in jewels. The last shot shows a framed photo Khloe and her daughter True, with three bedazzled bottles placed next to it. In the caption, she wrote, “The best ever. I’ve used @Febreze Fabric on my bed for years. Try it out and let me know what you think? #FebrezePartner forever!” Wow! That’s a long time to commit to partnering with a household product company.
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Observers could not handle how absurd the ad is, noting how the Kardashians will straight up endorse absolutely anything.
However, it looks like Khloe is aware how mind-boggled everyone is about her promoting Febreze products, as she commented on a North West parody account’s post joking about the partnership.
The parody account Kim and Kanye’s oldest, called @norisblackbook, reposted the first photo Khloe shared in her sponsored ad. “Auntie Khloe wanted to branch out and work with other brands besides skinny teas and protein shakes, so she reached out to me because Kris is useless,” the account explained. “I pitched her to many brands and they all passed (even @kkwbeauty), but @febreze jumped at the chance to work with her on a campaign. I wrote the first draft the copy: ‘When my sheets stink as bad as my love life, I turn to Febreze!’ The company liked it, but wanted something more centered around the products.” Khloe commented on the post, writing, “Lol damn” with some cry-laughing emojis, so it looks like she’s not too torn up about the trolling. Secure the bag, I guess?
Today, Stephen A. Smith got on First Take and spoke about Harden’s recent comments. Smith decided to take Harden’s side in all this, saying Giannis has yet to do anything in the league and that he should stop talking. Stephen A. believes Harden was in the right to respond and that Giannis should win something before going after a seasoned veteran.
Max Kellerman took Giannis side which isn’t surprising since the two need something to debate. If they agree, the point the show kind flies out the window. During the exchange, Smith got fairly heated as he continued to defend Harden and his recent shots. However, it’s important to note that Smith failed to mention that Harden has yet to win anything either, at least in terms a championship. At this point, the only thing separating these players is a failed NBA Finals appearance.
Whose side are you on in all this? Let us know in the comments, below.
Bhad Bhabie cannot go anywhere near Skai Jackson after a judge granted Jackson’s restraining order against the rapper, ordering her to stay 100 yards away due to her recent death threats. Bhad Bhabie, or Danielle Bregoli, has been going f on Jackson this week, accusing her getting with multiple rappers that Bregoli considers friends including NBA YoungBoy and Lil Gotit, and even threatening to “kill” her. Though Jackson did not directly comment on the attacks, her mother did go after Bregoli, telling her to “leave my damn daughter alone.” Bregoli’s own mother ended up responding to the comment, which led to the two mothers firing shots back and forth at each other.
Jackson has maintained her silence, although she did take Bregoli’s death threats pretty seriously, as she filed a restraining order against her on Thursday. According to TMZ, the order has been granted by a judge, and Bregoli must remain 100 yards away from Jackson, her home, and her workplace at all times. She is also not permitted to contact her in any way. In the documents, Jackson says that she’s afraid to leave the house alone, and hasn’t slept well since her life was threatened. She feels that Bregoli is mentally unstable, and claims that she texted her 4 months ago telling her that she was going to fight her. The alleged messages were included in the filing.
Bregoli responded to the restraining order on Instagram, claiming to be unbothered by the whole situation and focusing on getting checks instead. “You can try to hate me for responding to bullsh*t with more bullsh*t but that’s just who I am and I don’t apologize for none it,” she wrote on a photo her gold and platinum records. “I been in this fake ass hollywood world for 3 1/2 years now and I’ve done ALOT when the whole world said I couldn’t, but I refuse to become as fake as hollywood is. Y’all can play around on your finstas but I’ll always say what’s on my mind as cuz that’s who I am. Go get your restraining order, Imma go get checks.” Hopefully this order will put an end to this ridiculous beef.
Tee Grizzley wasn’t expecting to find out Royce Da 5’9 discouraged Eminem from collaborating with him on Shady’s recent Music To Be Murdered By album — but that’s exactly what happened.
During an interview with The Breakfast Club, Nickle Nine revealed he told Em not to put Tee on the album because they didn’t want Shady to “get credit” for putting him on. On Thursday (February 27), Tee dropped a since-deleted video for his 3.8 million Instagram followers to address Royce’s admission.
“Bro, what type of shit is that?” he said. “You told this nigga wait. If anything that’ll help both of us. It gon’ make him look like a big homie in the city and it’s going to give me some more pull in this industry.”
He added, “I ain’t understand that bro” in the caption.
Tee dissed Eminem on his June 2019 Scriptures track “No Talkin” with the line “I run Detroit, niggas talkin’ ‘bout Eminem/Talking that shit, I kill you, him, and him/I made a M, then I made a M again, slow down,” which Royce explained ultimately ruined his chance to work with Shady.
“We were just sitting back watching him and then he came out with the diss,” Royce told The Breakfast Club. “Then Marshall called me like, ‘What the fuck? He just burned a bridge that he ain’t even know he had.’ I hate to see young’uns make those kind of decisions.”
Tee confronted that statement in another since-deleted Instagram video as well, revealing he had no idea he even had that bridge in the first place. Nevertheless, he said there’s no hard feelings.
“Make a 8 Mile pt. 2 and put me in it and we can squash this shit,” he captioned the video. “aye @eminem and @royceda59 I fuck wit y’all man it’s all love. #TheSmartest.”
DaBaby later responded to these accusations by claiming that he and MeMe were not together when he was messing around with the other woman. It seems this detail may have gotten him out trouble because MeMe recent Instagram Stories suggest that the two have reconciled. During a Q&A, she was asked a few questions about where she and DaBaby stand now. One person asked if she misses the rapper, to which MeMe replied, “Miss him? Dats Me,” insinuating that she has no cause to miss DaBaby when she’s still his baby. Someone else inquired about the situation in a not-so-subtle manner when writing, “What are your thoughts on giving a cheater a second chance?” MeMe expressed her belief in forgiveness: “People move too much based on their flesh.. we’re supposed to do things our spirit. If you love and wanna give them another chance do it. Life too short.”
She also hinted that she’s not holding any animosity towards DaBaby when quoting his lyrics and naming him as her current favourite rapper during the Q&A.
In the caption the post, Christina tells the tale about how all her dreams came true when she was signed to Def Jam at 18 years old. “Lookin’ like I’m ready to hit the stage,” she wrote. “Fun Fact: When I was a teen I dreamed being signed to Def Jam.. every cd I owned, every group, rapper or singer I played in my car was majority Def Jam artist. From that point I set my intentions. And with my Mom-Manager by my side at 18 I signed my first record deal to be @islanddefjam’s 1st ‘urban pop’ artist. It was a dream come true.” While the story is certainly inspiring, many her fans could only focus on how unreal she looked.
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“Damn! Did u even have a baby?!!!! Lol,” one her followers exclaimed. “The snap back,” another wrote in the comments. “How much weight have you lost already? You look amazing,” asked another user. A few weeks ago, Christina opened up about her struggles not only with looking like her pre-baby self again, but also with regaining her confidence. On yet another Fashion Nova-sponsored post, Christina wrote, “OK here it goes… Three weeks post pregnancy and I’m feeling better everyday.”
“In the beginning I was kind worried because my body after baby was retaining SO MUCH water—I’d look in the mirror and be like ‘wtf I look like Spongebob'” she joked. “I’d also enjoyed my pregnancy] body so much. I missed it and felt I looked better when I was pregnant for sure.. However I tried not to let those thoughts get the best me and had to accredit myself for the 9 months making an actual human! And with faith, hydration, breast feeding and not being so damn sprung on looks—my confidence is gained day by day.”
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She also made sure to give a shoutout to her man, “who has been my ride or die through this & shows me so much love and appreciation…Honestly I couldn’t have asked for a better partner to experience this with. His support has gotten me through the drab days. U da best! I’m gonna wrap this up.. sending big love to all you women out there. You’re all incredible beings that are capable anything! Know this. Love you. Keep loving yourself. And props] to the men/partners that support them.”
Back in 2017, Mark Wahlberg was the recipient a special edition Air Jordan 5 “Transformers” colorway, created exclusively for him by Jordan Brand in honor “Transformers: The Last Knight.”
Although Marky Mark’s pair was a one–one, there were other samples produced that closely mimicked his Optimus Prime-inspired colorway. And one those samples has just surfaced on Flight Club with an asking price $17,010. They are a size 10.5 in case you’re considering splurging.
Just like Wahlberg’s exclusive, this Air Jordan 5 “Transformers” sample is built on a glossy, black patent leather upper with a grid pattern throughout The kicks are also stamped with an ’84’ stamped in place the familiar ’23’ near the heel, referencing the year the Transformers tv series debuted. The only noticeable difference between the sample and Wahlberg’s AJ5 is that his pair featured a Transformers logo on the glow-in-the-dark sole while this sample opts for the Jumpman in classic AJ5 fashion.
Continue scrolling for additional shots the sample colorway, followed by a detailed look at the Wahlberg exclusive.
Snoop Dogg has collaborated with damn near every legend in the game, including hip-hop’s first billionaire Jay-Z on a variety occasions. The Doggfather first joined Jay on The Dynasty: Roc La Familia’s “Get Your Mind Right Mami,” before Hov returned the favor Snoop’s “Lollipop” in 2006. Suffice it to say, the respect is there; come to think it, I don’t think there are any rappers worth their salt who would dare disrespect Big Snoop.
Now, those who follow Snoop’s Instagram page have likely noticed his affinity for throwing up classic throwback pictures, ten times celebrating his link-ups with his peers. Yesterday we saw him take it back to the “G Thang” days with a nostalgic picture him and Dr. Dre. Today, Snoop took it Eastward with another iconic shot, this one going back to the 2002 NBA Finals matchup between the New Jersey Nets and the Los Angeles Laker.
In the pic, Snoop and Jay-Z stand side by side, with the former proudly sporting his team’s Yellow and Purple colors. Jay seems unconcerned with the fact that his team choice doesn’t seem to be playing, instead opting to support the throwback Buffalo Braves jersey. Around this time, Jay would have been coming f the release The Blueprint, and Snoop would have been readying the release his platinum era classic Paid Tha Cost To Be Da Boss. Another picture from the era confirms that Dame Dash was in attendance as well, though he opted to leave this particular picture to the rappers on hand.
Pete Davidson built a “weird little basement to stay away from fuckin’ people.” This basement is in his mom’s Staten Island home. Pretty sweet arrangement, no? The Saturday Night Live star agreed to give Netflix a tour this man-cave in promotion his new standup special, Alive From New York, which released earlier this week.
The basement looks exactly like what you’d expect from a bachelor stoner with a large budget. It’s decorated by sports and pop culture memorabilia. It has neon lights lining the top the walls. It has a bunch dudes playing video games on the sa, who are probably perpetually loitering there. It’s a smoke-friendly zone, as Davidson puffs a joint while giving the tour. There’s a kitchen that has a variety alcohol and cookies displayed on the counter, which presumably keeps Davidson and his buddies nourished until his mom calls down that dinner’s ready.
Alive From New York has already stirred up some drama, as most standup comedy specials tend to these days. One joke about “gay dudes” suspiciously getting too touchy with Davidson’s ladies received criticism. His bit about Ariana Grande was predictably scandalous, even though it was centred on him no longer being scared to joke about her.
Houston, TX – An army of ambitious rappers have tackled Eminem’s #GodzillaChallenge in hopes of beating, or at least coming close to, the 224 words Shady spits in 31 seconds on the Music To Be Murdered By single “Godzilla” featuring the late Juice Wrld.
Now, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony OG Bizzy Bone is throwing his hat in the ring. In a video shared by JAM tv, Bizzy shows off his new family and home before heading outside. Although he’s distracted by a helicopter circling above, he makes it clear he’s onboard to showcase the talent that made him a bona fide Hip Hop legend.
“Shouts to the young homie Eminem, nothing but love,” he begins. “You already know. Anybody down with Dr. Dre, down with Ice Cube and part of the whole Mo Thugs family is immediately cousins, brothers and relatives, but we finna take the #GodzillaChallenge. I’ve been getting too many calls. You know me, I love music.”
But first — he had to fuel up on an all vegan meal at Verdine in Houston, Texas before heading to the studio.
Rocking a colorful Versace hoodie and rose colored sunglasses, finally Bizzy gets to it. But instead of doing his challenge live, he plays a recording of himself spitting words like a machine gun spits bullets while he sits there with a solemn look on his face.
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There’s absolutely no data provided on how many words he actually spit out in the 70 seconds he participated in the challenge.
Em launched the #GodzillaChallenge earlier this month.
The past few days have seen an interesting narrative come to light, as the nature Eminem and Royce Da 5’9’s issue with Tee Grizzley went public. Following Nickle’s appearance on The Breakfast Club, Grizzley took to IG to express confusion over how the whole thing was handled. Now, with this one feeling like the product a misunderstanding gone awry, Bizarre took a moment to drop some OG wisdom to any young rapper who might be listening.
“Today I want to take a little time to talk about this situation,” says Bizarre. “I seen my homie Royce Da 5’9″ on The Breakfast Club, and he was talking about the situation where Marshall was looking at Tee Grizzley, as far as considering putting him on a record. Until he heard Tee Grizzley. come out dissing him on a song. I feel like I’m in the middle this, because I’m a street n***a. I’m in the streets more than the average Detroit rapper. Anyway, I get asked this question thousands times. Me being an OG, I tell you local rappers all the time. You never know who paying attention to you, you never know who watching.”
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“Ya’ll think you’re not on Marshall’s radar, but ya’ll are,” says Bizarre. “He’s a rapper, he’s paying attention. If he don’t know, I’ma tell him. If I don’t tell him, Denaun gon’ tell him. We know who hot in our city and who not. In defense man, a lot ya’ll local rappers, I reached out to ya’ll personally myself and tried to hook up with you and vibe and build. A lot ya’ll were acting Hollywood, like ya’ll were stars. Ain’t even been outside Detroit area code. But here’s me, humble, an eight-million-records sold platinum recording artist. I’ve been around the whole world, been on the cover Rolling Stone. But fuck that shit, none that don’t mean nothing. We Detroit rappers trying to stick together as a unit, but a lot rappers can’t see that.”
Bizarre addresses that rappers like Tee Grizzley and Sada Baby didn’t even want to acknowledge Eminem as Top 5 Detroit rappers. “Why would he reach out to do a song with them?” asks Bizarre. “That ain’t make no sense. We gotta start respecting our rappers. It was never like this when we was going up. Ain’t no division. We all as one. You gotta start respecting Slum Village. Big Sean. Eminem. D12. Obie Trice. Danny Brown. All these rappers paved the way for the city, for ya’ll to be able to do what ya’ll do today. That’s the bottom line.”
“I’ma tell you one thing I know as an OG,” he concludes. “I never ever dissed a Detroit rapper to somebody out town. Never. If I feel some type way, I never say it.” He proceeds to implore the Detroit rap scene to stick together — and all things considered, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Tee Grizzley and Eminem burying the hatchet and moving forward.
“I average more assists him than Walker], I think. I don’t see what the joke is,” Harden said. “I wish I could be 7-feet, run and just dunk. That takes no skill at all. I gotta actually learn how to play basketball and how to have skill. I’ll take that any day.”
Following the release the interview, Harden took to social media to share a cryptic message that many believe is yet another shot at Giannis.
“My house your house,” Harden wrote. Clearly, he’s trying to say that if you talk trash, you’re going to get it thrown right back in your face. Fans are enjoying this recent spat as it’s bringing an old school mentality back to the league. For now, the only way this beef could be settled is if the Rockets and Bucks make it to the NBA finals.
Whose side are you on in this beef? Let us know in the comments, below.
It must be a very scary time to be a travelling musician. People around the world are terrified about the encroaching threat Coronavirus, but recording artists may have to spend more time in airports – hotspots for the transferring bacteria – than most. The news has been overtaken by tips on how to protect yourself when travelling and firm recommendations that you just stay away from travelling altogether. If someone on your flight is found to have Coronavirus or is suspected to have it, you face the risk being quarantined for weeks. Summer Walker will not stand for that, “not today honey.”
The R&B songstress posted a photo on Instagram that shows her standing in an unidentified airport. She fashioned a DIY protective suit out garbage bags that also goes kinda hard. Aside from her garbage bag dress wrapped around a hoody, Summer’s got on latex gloves, a surgical mask and sunglasses. She completed the look with a little Louis Vuitton bucket bag and hightop Nikes. While the airport attire started out as an affordable option for all those boarding a plane in the near future, the “Playing Games” singer stepped her game up with the designer flex. Anyway, take tips from Summer Walker and be careful out there.