Eminem & Master P Prove Real Recognize Real In New Photo

Master P is a legend within the recreation. Only these with the eye span goldfish pay little thoughts to his accomplishments hip-hop historical past, from founding No Limit information to creating the unlikeliest sources say “UGH.” Those who pioneer a definite musical second in time deserve a spot within the historical past books, and the New Orleans mogul has lengthy earned his stripes. Considering the character his roots, one can solely think about his rise to prominence was a captivating story. Luckily, P is within the course of readying his documentary From The Hood To Hollywood, which is ready to premiere in some unspecified time in the future in 2019.

Today, P took to Instagram to publish a screencap from the movie, whereas making a notable co-sign within the course of. Though we have sometimes heard salty rappers take pictures at Em, the bulk actual ones acknowledge his legendary standing. Master P counts himself amongst these with respect for Slim, as evidenced by his newest publish. “

Some us made it by means of tough instances even when it appeared not possible. Put God first and you may overcome any impediment. Stop occupied with what you’ll be able to’t do and go chase your dream,” writes P. “We did it you’ll be able to too. FROM THE HOOD TO HOLLYWOOD the documentary coming 2019.” He makes positive to tag Em within the course of, making certain that the inspirational message is handed on. As now, we’re not fully positive what the rappers have been discussing, however Em’s 50 Cent hat means that the assembly occurred between 2003 and 2005. Real acknowledge actual, as they are saying.

Snoop Dogg Says He's Working With Lee Daniels & Ryan Coogler On A Biopic

Snoop Dogg has one the longest and most profitable rap careers anybody within the sport. The Doggfather has been pivotal within the beginning and dominance West Coast hip-hop, so it solely is smart he would get his personal film. Although we did get to see Lakeith Stanfield play Snoop within the critically acclaimed Straight Outta Compton flick, it is time for the Dogg to shine on his personal. 

Snoop not too long ago sat down with Vic Jagger 102.three, and he went into particulars about how he envisions his biopic enjoying out. “I’m pondering extra alongside the strains whenever you watch nice exhibits like Narcos on Netflix,” he started. “You know, how like Narcos went from Escobar to the Cali cartel, now it’s about to go to Mexico. I’m pondering like a Snoop Dogg biopic… late 60’s with my mom and father. Pops in Vietnam… the hippie period rising up.”

He continued on to drop the largest information the interview. “I already obtained with any person. I don’t even wish to expose the names like that however I obtained some huge wigs linked to it, some wigs,” he hinted. “It’s like some wiggathons. If I stated these names, I imply these are some actual wiggathons. So you need me to inform you their names? In conjunction with Lee Daniels and Ryan Coogler.” If Coogler and Daniels are the minds behind this Snoop Dogg biopic, it could be the largest hip-hop film the final decade. 

DJ Paul & Project Pat Explain Why Sampling Three Six Mafia Guarantees Success

The ensuing list reads like an actual rundown hip hop/r&b chart progression over the past 6 months. Make no mistake about it, Rae Sremmurd’s “Powerglide,”ASAP Ferg’s “Plain Jane,” G-Eazy’s “No Limit,” J. Cole’s “No Role Modelz,” Cardi B’s “Bickenhead” and ASAP Rocky’s “Gunz N Butter” all ride the coattails Three Six Mafia’s rich discography. DJ Paul and Project Pat sat down with Complex to explain the phenomenon in their own words. As Juicy J once famously exclaimed, “I’m in Japan and people knowin’ who I am.” There’s no telling how far their influences reaches in real time, much less as a point interest for rapper’s today?

Project Pat is completely smitten with the idea Cardi B retouching his classic tale “Chickenhead.” The NY rapper was kind enough to give him heads up before the song went to press. “I knew a little bit before it came out, but I hadn’t heard it. But I loved it though. I was glad. Salute to Cardi B, that was love. Cardi B, man, she’s the truth. She helped me out, like for real,” said Pat.

DJ Paul seems to think the group’s popularity on the sample board directly coincides with a rejuvenated interest in “tearing da club up” like days old. It’s no secret that current-day rap audiences want to get “lit.” the social terms are different, but it all boils down to the same notion “theatricality” or youthful exuberance embedded in the culture. DJ Paul said it himself:

“They were always big fans ours and they always kept some Three 6 samples going on. “Plain Jane” is huge, and that’s a Three 6 Mafia sample. So they influence a lot the young guys to want to sample it, as well. G-Eazy’s “No Limit” is huge, so people are like, “Damn, everybody who sample Three 6 Mafia are making hit songs around this motherfucker.” I just cleared a couple more samples for ASAP Ferg that’s finna come out.”

Both Project Pat and DJ Paul are deeply touched to be on the receiving end intergenerational love. Peep the full interview here.