Live performance tonight in NYC from recording artist Vain in connection with the core dj conference 25th anniversary!
See you tonight at Purlieu! 36-04 34th st Astoria Queens!
Pusha T recently talked about his admiration for late hip-hop icon Notorious B.I.G. and proclaimed him the greatest rapper ever. “I believe the Notorious B.I.G. was the greatest rapper who’s ever lived. I remember in ’94, when Ready to Die came out, I was in 11th grade, living in my mother’s house in Virginia. There was a frenzy at my high school, arguing and talking about that album. We used to spend hours in the car, reciting his raps, trying to figure out what in the hell made him veer off in this way or that way.”
According to TMZ
Lamar Odom is not only getting love and support from his fans but he may also get a kidney.
people have been contacting Lamar and Khloe on social media, regarding a transplant. Some people have gone as far as sending blood type info and contact numbers. For example, one guy wrote, “I dont just say stuff. If Lamar needs a kidney Im willing to donate.”
“People don’t know anything about my business, right? It’s really not their business,” Reid said. “That’s the truth about it, right? We’re not elected officials here. And we’re not at liberty to disclose how we do business. It’s fair practice, I can tell you that. But, it’s not the industry that it once was. We seriously don’t make the money we used to make. That’s a fact of life, right?
“Bobby Shmurda is not the same as Snoop Dogg andMurder Was The Case, who’s coming off The Chronic and his first album,” he continued. “It’s a different era, ya know? And, we’re a publicly held corporation. We just aren’t in the same position we were in back in those days. So, it’s a different day.”
Later, Reid reflects on signing Shmurda, and despite his current predicament, is hopeful for the rapper’s future.
“I’m crazy about that kid and I think about him often,” Reid said. “And I feel like, ya know, his better days are ahead of him. I do believe that. And I think it’s unfortunate what has taken place.
Coming off a new Epic Records partnership, Diddy will also be producing an upcoming ABC television show called “The Hustle.”
According to reports, Puff Daddy will executive produce the new series.
ABC is developing The Hustle (working
title), a single-camera comedy executive produced by Sean Combs and directed by Jeremy Garelick (The Wedding Ringer). At ABC, Combs previously executive produced and starred in the TV movie A Raisin in the Sun. He recently was a co-executive producer on the feature “Dope.”