VAIN’s 7th Chamber Freestyle waging war on Wack Rappers is getting Madd Love on Internet Hip Hop Sites and SocialMedia!
VAIN’s Video which is a Tribute to the late great Randy ‘Macho Man’ Savage resurrects his spirit in the hysterical character of Admiral VAIN Vicious. The video then goes on to slay other Rappers with a Killer Freestyle done over Wutang Clan’s Classic 7th Chamber Beat. The video is receiving notoriety , madd love, appreciation and many accolades from Hip Hop Fans and can be found Featured on the Front Pages of the following .coms Worldstarhiphop,
Thisis50, Paperchaser, Boobootv, Biggarankin, Coolrunningdj’s, Gryndreport, Triplehq, Itsbizkit, Rapxclusive, Hiphopnew24, 1stdayfresh, Myhiphoplife, Theplug.tv and numerous other Websites and of course right here on itsvainsworld!
If you haven’t yet had the hysterical pleasure check it out right here and now!
VAIN’s “I’m Gone,”Video was posted today on WorldStarHipHop, the number #1 Hiphop site in the world!!
VAIN’s ” I’m Gone,” Video posted along with Jay Z’s “4:44,” Video and a Flashback Friday joint from Fabolous called, “Breathe.” It also features Prodigy, who we recently lost, (R.I.P.) on Flashback Friday in, “Keak Da Sneak,” with the Alchemist,
“I’m Gone.” is a spin off of Ice Cube’s Classic Movie “Friday,” with Chris Tucker, as it depicts a bad trip on some particularly potent Chronic. You may need a double take yourself of the video just to make sure you can believe your own eyes!
You can check out, “I’m Gone,” on WSHH or below.
It’s a reeeal……trip!
Fresh Kid Ice, a founding member of influential hip hop group 2 Live Crew, has died in Miami, according to TMZ.
Fresh Kid Ice, along with DJ Mr. Mixx, Amazing Vee, and Brother Marquis, represented an early incarnation of 2 Live Crew. The trio later linked with Luther Campbell when he signed them to his record label.
According to 2 Live Crew’s manager, Fresh Kid, born Chris Wong Won, died at 7:50 AM Thursday in a Miami hospital due to an unspecified medical condition. He was 53.
Prodigy, one half of Mobb Deep, has died in Las Vegas … TMZ has learned.
His publicist says he was hospitalized “a few days ago in Vegas after a Mobb Deep performance for complications caused by a sickle cell anemia crisis. As most of his fans know, Prodigy battled the disease since birth.” The publicist added … “the exact cause of death has not been determined.”
Prodigy was in Vegas over the weekend performing with the Art of Rap tour … with Ghostface Killah, Onyx, KRS-One, and Ice-T … to name a few. Mobb Deep performed Saturday night.
Prodigy and his partner, Havoc, formed Mobb Deep in NYC in the early ’90s. Their biggest hits include “Quiet Storm” and “Shook Ones.” He was 42.
As if Jay Z didn’t have enough on his hands, the hip-hop legend has just shared details on a new album, 4:44. But you won’t be able to buy it or stream it just anywhere.
The album will drop June 30 for subscribers of Sprint or Jay Z’s Tidal platform through what’s pitched as a first-of-its-kind partnership between both companies.
Chatter on a new Hov LP heated up in recent weeks, and the entrepreneur and music man threw fuel on that fire last week with a mysterious campaign which saw the numbers “4:44” and the date “6.30.17” dished up on posters and online.
The plot thickened in the hours before midnight when a teaser video appeared on Tidal. Then the big revealed happened as the clock struck twelve.
The corporate partnership behind the U.S. release is the first in a series of music exclusives, according to a joint statement, and it follows the announcement in January that Tidal sold a 33 percent stake in the company to Sprint for $200 million, giving it access to the telecom company’s 45 million customers. Outside the U.S., 4:44 will be available to stream only on Tidal for now. It’s unclear for how long the exclusive window will last, though Billboard has reached out to reps for comment.
As part of the U.S. campaign, Tidal and Sprint have pledged support to the 1Million Project, an educational initiative from Sprint and the Sprint Foundation that will assist 1 million low-income U.S. high school students who aren’t connected to the Web at home.
News on the surprise album release caps an eventful week during which Jay Z and his wife Beyonce welcomed twins and the artist was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, becoming the first rapper to achieve that honor. The new LP is the followup to 2013’s Magna Carta… Holy Grail, which peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
Rapper, actor, and movie producer Ice Cube received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday (June 12) in front of the Musicians Institute on Hollywood Boulevard. Cube was joined by N.W.A. members Dr. Dre, DJ Yella, and MC Ren, who posted a photo on his Twitter with the caption, “Congratulations to @icecube getting his star in Hollywood. Today was a good day.”
Ice Cube, whose real name is O’Shea Jackson, first appeared on the scene with the West Coast rap group N.W.A. in the late 1980s. In 1990, he released his first studio album AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted after leaving the group for a solo career.
Cube began his acting career in the 1991 film “Boyz n the Hood,” and later appeared in the hit movie “Friday.” He directed the 1998 film, “The Players Club.” He, later on, switched gears appearing in movies like “Barbershop,” “Are We There Yet?” and the “Ride Along” franchises, which he also produced. He was also a producer of the 2015 N.W.A. biopic “Straight Outta Compton.”
Ice Cube, now 47, received the 2,614th star since the completion of the Walk of Fame in 1961 with the first 1,558 stars.
The ceremony comes just three days after the release of the 25th-anniversary edition of his second album “Death Certificate,” which includes three new songs.
Vain is about to drop the new visual for #ImGone which is set to release TOMORROW on April 20th. More affectionately know to smokers as 420 the national smoke out day.
BUT before that drops check out this skit!!