(FreshAsFrankie) While on a tour stop in Greensboro, North Carolina, NBA Youngboy and his entourage faced some issues involving one of the rapper’s chain. A video surfaced of the rapper performing when one of his chains was snatched. However, the video shows that the chain was not taken directly from the rapper, but from a member of his crew.
Youngboy addressed the crowd, saying “You see that chain you just took off my partner’s neck? That ain’t his chain, that’s my chain. I ain’t really tripping off that sh*t because I got too much money. I will shoot this b***h up.”
Another video shows the rapper saying “Don’t go on Instagram acting like you took that b***h off my neck.” From there, he goes into another song and continues on with the show. Watch above.
(FreshAsFrankie) Mase dropped a diss record at former friend and Harlemite Cam’ron. The two have had an embattled relationship for two decades, as Mase opens up the track, “Imagine 20 years with a bitter b**ch and same the drama/ Dame told you do this sh*t and you don’t see Dame karma?/ K9 on your ass with no distraction/ P***y ni**a wearin’ pink I guess he think he matchin’/ I’ma paint the picture and let the hittas make the caption/ F**k bars I’m tell ni**a what really happened.”
He then goes at Cam for nearly four minutes over JAY-Z‘s Blueprint 2 bringing up some scandalous claims, from shady business dealings, and odd sexual claims, and restating himself as the originator of the Dipset honcho’s swag.
Listen to the track above.
(FreshAsFrankie) New mixtape from Jody Breeze “I Feel Like Rappin” available now!
1. Intro Prod By KyduhBeatz
2. Set It Off Prod By YoungKrosBeatz
3. IDGAF Prod By YoungKrosBeatz Mishon
4. Have A Toast
5. Play Too Much Prod By YoungKrosBeatz
6. Ordinary Prod By KyduhBeatz
7. Listen Prod By YoungKrosBeatz
8. Fuck Is U Sayin Prod By YoungKrosBeatz
9. What s Really Real Feat Mishon Prod By GorillaBoyBeats BandKamp
10. Dick Tracy Feat Mr P Prod By BugzyMogues
11. Freaky Prod By KyduhBeatz
12. Push On Feat Kiana Prod By GorillaBoyBeats BandKamp
(FreshAsFrankie) It’s been a while since Cam’ron dropped a new project, but the Harlem rapper is finally back with his latest mixtape, The Program.
The 15-track tape features production from a number of producers including Dollavision, ADM, REK, JB Music, Araab Muzik, Zombie YH and Dondre Dennis and also includes the Just Blaze-produced “Kiss Myself.” Although the project doesn’t feature any big names in the guest features department, Killa does team up with Don Q, Mimi and Sen City on a handful of songs.
While The Program will surely please fans of Cam, many are still waiting for the release of Killa Season 2. In January, XXL caught up with the rapper who told us he would have to delay the project. “I just been busy, and I haven’t had time to promote the album the way that I want to,” he said.
Cam’ron was also recently featured on the cover of XXL‘s 20th anniversary issue, where he discussed the current state of hip-hop in New York. “To me, it’s just sounds at this point ’cause it doesn’t matter where you from,” he said. “You don’t have to be from Atlanta to make trap music anymore, like, as opposed to 10 years ago.
Check out the tracklist and listen to The Program below.
Cam’ron The Program Mixtape Tracklist
1. “It’s Killa”
2. “Hello” Feat. Don Q
3. “Curve (Skit)”
7. “Remember Game” Feat. Mimi
8. “Hallalujah” Feat. Mimi
9. “Fuck Outta Here”
10. “The Other Side” Feat. Sen City
11. “Chop It Up” Feat. Mimi
13. “Dime After Dime” Feat. Sen City
14. “Kiss Myself”
(FreshAsFrankie) One of Meek Mill’s attorneys, Joe Tacopina, says bias towards his client led to the prison sentence handed down by Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley on Monday, November 6.
As we previously reported, Brinkley sentenced Meek to 2-4 years behind bars after ruling he violated his probation from a 2009 drug and gun case, by getting arrested twice earlier this year.
Joe Tacopina told TMZ that Brinkley has a vendetta against his client and went against the prosecutor’s recommendation of no prison time. He claims the two are from the same part of Philadelphia and know some of the same people.
Their alleged conflict may also stem from a Boys II Men song, of all things.
According to Tacopia, during a meeting in judges chambers last year, Brinkley told Meek he should do a remake of “On Bended Knee” and shout her out.
Meek responded by laughing because he thought she was joking.
“I’m not kidding,” she reportedly told him.
When the 30-year old rapper, born Robert Williams, refused Brinkley allegedly said “suit yourself.”
Tacopina says there is a clear pattern of bias against Meek and plans to appeal the prison sentence.
Both cases were later dropped, but Brinkley still decided that the “House Party” hitmaker violated his probation, stemming from a 2009 drug and gun conviction.
East spoke on writing the song for a female audience, shopping for expensive clothes, getting curved by women, staying loyal to one person, riding trains in New York, and more.
Check out the video below.
(FreshAsFrankie) According to the Chicago Tribune, 33 people have been wounded, with six of them dying over the weekend in the Windy City. Police noted that the shootings happened in 13 hours, starting on Saturday and going into Sunday morning.
In one instance the Tribune pointed out, one man was killed while six others were wounded from gunfire that broke out around 2:30 A.M. on Sunday. All of the people hurt were standing in the parking lot of a banquet hall that serves as a nightclub when an unidentified man in a black SUV fired off shots at the group of people. The man drove off right after his attack. A 40-year-old man on the scene was hit by the SUV of the shooter, resulting in him having to be taken to the hospital for a broken ankle.
The violence in Chicago keeps drawing attention nationwide, with Donald Trump chiming in and offering “solutions” the city’s homicide rate. In 2016, Chicago had 760 homicides, which is more than L.A. and New York combined according to NY Daily News.
(FreshAsFrankie) A little more than a month after it was alleged R. Kelly is keeping women in a cult in two of his homes, here comes another upsetting allegation— another woman claims she and R. Kelly continued to have sex after she told him she was underage.
24-year-old Jerhonda Pace (which is her married name) told Buzzfeed she met Kelly when she was 15-year-old Jerhonda Johnson and started sleeping with him the next year. Pace claims the singer gave her an undisclosed sum of money in exchange for signing a non-disclosure agreement.
Unfortunately, these types of allegations against R. Kelly are nothing new. Here’s the kicker– the two met when Pace was a fan and attended his 2008 child pornography trial. That’s where one of The Pied Piper‘s employees friended her on MySpace and invited her to a party at his mansion. Pace initially lied about her age, telling him she was 19. Recalling her encounters, Pace said he used to make her call him “daddy” and he would call her “baby.” Pace also stated she had to “have two pigtails and make her wear little school girl outfits.” She alleged their encounters were filmed without her permission. Pace also stated Kelly was abusive in other ways, choking, slapping and spitting on her.
In July 2009, Pace says she told R. Kelly, she was really 16, and he said it was ok. The age of consent in Illinois is 17. He instructed her to “act 25” and if anyone else asked about her age, tell them she was 19.
Pace says she has decided to come forward now out of concern for other women who might still be abused by the R&B crooner.