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    Jay-Z "Balls Out" Jim Jones, Young Buck Follows 50's Lead, D4L Defends Itself, Method Man Goes Mental
    Friday. 11.17.06 10:07 am
    In this week's Pulse Report, the streets are buzzing about Jay-Z serving Jim Jones a diss record, Young Buck declaring war on Cash Money and warning The Game, D4L going off on Nas and Method Man saying "fuck everybody."

    1. Jay serves Jim Jones. Well, apparently Hov can't keep his mouth shut. It's one thing to address Jones on Funk Master Flex's Hot 97 NYC radio show, but Capo isn't even on Jay's level. Why give him a diss record? Nonetheless, "Brooklyn High" leaked yesterday (November 16). Using Jones' "Fly High" instrumental, Jigga keeps Jones on the hook and shouts "Brooklyn" over Jim's "Ballin'" hook. The God emcee's jabs did land several times. "Brooklyn get paper/tote big things/we chase niggas around their own ball games/(Rucker)," he snapped in reference to Jones and Cam'ron allegedly getting jumped at Harlem, NY's Rucker Park. Jiggaman's onslaught continues in the second verse, as he attacks Capo's capital. "Your bank versus mine/if you ballin, nigga what I'm doing can't be defined/the Joneses can't keep up/maybe my nigga Nas, but I got stronger after ether," Hov spit. Mr. President doesn't let up, finishing off Jones by flipping his basketball analogy against him, offering "I'm ballin for real/you're pump fakin it/Manhattan keep on makin it/Brooklyn keep on takin it."

    2. Buck to take on Cash Money and The Game. Buck doesn't talk smack. So the Cashville, Tennekkee rapper has grown tired of people asking him to comment on reports that Baby and Lil' Wayne play tonsil hockey. "I ain't trying to really continue speaking on that shit," an irritated Buck recently sighed on Sirius' Shade 45 channel. "For the average man, period...that's just something that don't float our fucking boats, man. Your lips don't go on no other man in no kind of fashion and I don't give a fuck if it was a fucking mafia shit."

    Minutes later, Buck's commentary grew agitated when he revisited his days with Cash Money. Word is Baby and company gave the G-Unit soldier the run around back in the day, leaving him hanging at the Cash Money office several times. Buck then detailed that after leaving with Juvenile, he next saw Baby moments before picking up an MTV Video Music Award, years later. "Payback's a bitch, nigga," Buck shouted excitedly. "I've been real calm on them niggas. I ain't been wanna say nothing cause I know if one of them niggas say something towards Buck, I'm a end they fucking career. We can rap it out or we can play it in the streets.

    "I'll Ja Rule them niggas over there, so leave me alone, nigga," he continued. "You think you got a problem with Juvey and B.G.; you'll have a true problem with me." Buck even expressed interest in signing Cash Money nemesis Gillie Da Kid. "Shout out to Gillie, nigga. I'm trying to sign you too," the Tennessee titan declared. "Gillie if you listening right now, nigga...I got a lane over this way. It's payback. Fuck it! I'm setting off the fucking war right here." Of course, Buck couldn't leave the station without licking a few shots Game's way. "And fuck you too Game for that last mixtape you put out," he burst. "I'ma tell you like this sucker.. Nigga, one minute you're talking about squashing shit and the people is even getting confused with your bi-polar looking like you having ass, nigga. One minute you're talking about, I don't wanna no problem with 50. Then the next minute you on a mixtape talking about, [Lloyd] Banks' sales... Like you the reason his sales and shit got a low first week or something. You a fucking bitch, boy. And when I catch you on these streets, nigga. I'm not gon talk."

    3. D4L's Fabo goes off on Nas. With Nas' album dropping in roughly a month, the "Is hip-hop dead?" debate isn't likely to go away anytime soon. Recently, SOHH caught up with D4L and asked them to weigh in on God's Son LP title. While most members kept their answers short, D4L front man Fabo provided a, let's say... elaborate answer. "If everybody mind they own damn business then my momma be aight cause...the only reason why I do this shit, I don't do it for him. I do it for me and my family and my momma proud of me, not him," Fabo explained. "So if I didn't do hip-hop or whatever he wanna call it or anybody else wanna call it, then he gon take care of me? Cause I'm a grown man. I gotta do what I gotta do to feed my family, so whatever the hell I'm doing, I'm grown. Stay the hell out of mine." Wait, wait. The boy Dot said that Fabo walked away from the SOHH cameras only to come back and add an exclamation point, saying, "I wish a motherfucker would!"

    4. Meth blows a fuse. Years removed from his prime, Method Man has been painted as a bitter, out of touch rapper in recent months. It is now common to read or hear Meth complain about the lack of support he's received from Def Jam, radio stations or media outlets. And now, Meth is complaining that people say he's complaining too much. Go figure. During a recent performance, Tical vented some more and shared one of the back stories that lead to his disgruntled state. Apparently, Meth sent BET a tape on which he got a crowd to scream, "Fuck Kelly Griffin," (a reference to BET's TK), during one of his concerts. He believes the tape was the beginning of his end.

    He also took the stage as a platform to give hell to anyone who has labeled him "bitter" or a "mad rapper." [Check the clip here.] Dude even concluded by hinting that he'll whoop a tail or two if anyone steps out of line. "I'm just defending my motherfucking self, so fuck they life," Meth told the audience. "That go for Vibe [magazine], that go for Source [magazine], that go for XXL [magazine], Hot 97 and any other motherfucker that wanna jump on the Meth's bitter bandwagon." Word? Fuck me too then.

    For any questions, comments, criticism, hit up Dick Johnson at http://www.myspace.com/shcrewu2

    [Editor's Note: The views expressed in this column are not necessarily those of SOHH.]

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    Wednesday. 11.15.06 10:33 am
    YES, I'M 21 NOW.

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    LLoyd Feat. Lil Wayne: Poppin or Floppin?
    Monday. 11.13.06 10:45 am

    What's da deal everybody?

    My name is LT and I' m tryin to take over this ATL SOHH scene. With all that pops off here in this city you got to have somebody who is from here to bring you what's hot!! No disrespect to anyone else before me — but I'm going to do it like it has ever been done before.

    First off, we got to talk about Lloyd Feat. Lil Wayne "You." This song has
    been out for minute in Atlanta. It seemed to be one of the hottest songs of the summer — so I can't understand why they are releasing the video so damn late. Check the vid out and tell me if it's "poppin or floppin." That's one of the many things I want to be set up on this new Atlanta Sohh blog, (should I get the job) — "poppin or floppin." We all going to critique one video a week — I will lead the shit and then everybody follow(s).

    In Lloyd's new video, I couldn't help but ask myself, "Why does this shit look like a high school student shot it?" This shit is all low budget — could this be an indication of the album? The other thing I also immediately noticed
    is how they are trying to make Lloyd dance as if he were Justin Timberlake, or Chris Brown. You can tell lil dude can't dance because of the quick cut-aways. If you didn't know let me be the first to tell you — quick cut-aways = no dance skills.

    Is it just me or has Lil Wayne been *EVERYWHERE* this year? And I'm not even
    talking about the gay kiss between he and Baby (yea I said it — what?), but
    dude has been on his grind hard — that's how you supposed to do it.

    All in all this video aint nothing we haven't seen before. If you ever see
    it — you wont even miss it.

    Oh by the way did I tell you that Lloyd is doing a joint venture with The
    Inc. and Sho-Nuff Records? I guess the money laundering trial didn't change
    Irv's business skills

    Holla at y'all


    T.I. will be playing the official Zune Launch Party (http://www.zuneinsider.com) from 3:30-4 p.m. today at the Underground. The show is free and SOHH exclusive ... we"re the only ones bringin you the info . Be there.

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    T.I. Plays FREE Show in ATL!
    Monday. 11.13.06 10:35 am
    As reported by SOHH Atlanta's blog, T.I. will be performing a secret show at an outdoor location in Atlanta for the official Zune Launch Party on Monday, 11/13. Check http://blogs.sohh.com/atlanta/ on Monday morning, 11/13 @ 8am to find out the ticket pick-up location and venue when they announce the news exclusively.

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    The Down South Cat Fight, Where is Hip Hop Headed?
    Tuesday. 11.7.06 10:32 am
    First off, next week is shaping up to be a big week in the city with releases coming from Shareefa, Lil' Boosie and Gucci Mane's long-anticipated "Hard to Kill" album. I'm looking forward to each one of these albums. Even Boosie says that his album is real strong top to bottom (18 of 'em) with no reason to skip through any tracks.

    Check in with me next week for my interviews with Shareefa and Lil Boosie.
    BEEF!! Did anybody catch the "Queen of the South" battle between Trina, Jacki-O, and Khia. It went down on BET's "Beef: The Series" and it's developing into a nice little catfight. In case you missed it you know BET will run it some ALOT more though. It's like everybody wants a piece of Khia these days? I know she's from Florida but now in Atlanta so she's gotta hold it down. But you know what they say, "If you have people talking about then you must be doing something right."

    This weekend, Tom Joyner and "The Skyshow" will be in town doing it up real big at The Atlanta Civic Center on Saturday, Oct. 21st at 8 p.m. Those performing include Cameo, JoJo (Mary Jane Girls), Switch and Kindred. Real heads might recognize some serious sampling that has been done in the game from all of these cats (except Kindred).

    I really do try to be as objective as possible, despite what some might think. Yes sir, I love the south but I do try to look at things with a certain amount of obectivity when it comes to this thing called hip hop.

    With that said, I have to admit that a great deal of the music coming out of all the regions is bordering on monotony. Real talk, I don't know if it's the beats, the lyrics or what? But the game needs a serious shot in the arm right now.

    Are we stuck on punchlines too much? What happened to hip hop commentary on not just one song, but how about the whole album. It means NOTHING if you talk about Hurricane Katrinavictims on one song and the next 15 you're talking about moving bricks for guap. That's just real. The public is a smart public, believe it or not.

    Do you remember when it was all good to pick up a Public Enemy, Hank Shocklee -produced disc and never know whether you would get "911 is a Joke," "Hollywood Burn," "Fight The Power" or "Welcome To The Terrordome"... even though the subject matter was different it was all relevant to the people listening. That awareness helped prevent us from being duped, and right now we're being duped as a country (played like a fucking piano as King Tee, Cube etc. would say) by you know who.

    Sad part is, all the weight pushing and gloc totin' will make it easy for this flame we call rap to be stomped out when that time comes (there probably will come a time, don't know when -- but there will be an attempt made one day to shut this money maker down, too many cats eatin' ya feel)

    But some of the negativity carries no weight. Yeah it's real life and it's what's happening in these streets but why advertise -- let the outsiders come figure out what's going on, why air out our dirty laundry for the world to hear.

    And we wonder why we keep getting caught up. There used to be a time when trappin' was done on the low, now everybody want's to speak on it.

    That's almost like getting on the field and yelling out, "Yo!!! We running a sweep to the left side!" And wondering why you got gang-tackled on the left side. Wake up, pimpin'!

    My bad err'body I just felt like ventin' today...Must be the Tribe in the deck.

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    The Kiss ... Is it Really that Serious? Crime Mobb's New Joint
    Tuesday. 11.7.06 10:27 am
    For all of you who can't let it go, let's put this to rest once and for all ...

    We all know that fathers and sons can be affectionate, but really tight homeboys is a new one. The kiss Baby gave his “son” Lil’ Wayne has been highly publicized throughout the Hip Hop community, and of course everyone has something to say about it. Now if you have seen the picture, I am sure you have joined the chorus of people yelling “Aw, hell no!”

    But you have to look at a few simple things. First, is that the picture demonstrating the kiss was taken a very long time ago. It is clear that Lil Wayne was a teen and he is now in his 20’s. Second, if what they possess is genuinely a father-son type relationship, then it clearly was not sexually based, there for not homosexual. Still, the hip hop community has raised questions about Lil’Wayne and Baby’s sexuality. Wayne who has been praised and was the envy of many men for dating rapper Trina and now dates Solange Knowles, has defended his relationship with Baby in radio interviews, offering that the kiss was more “mafia-style” and that he and Baby are members of the New Orleans Black Mafia. Baby simply defends it by saying it was a term of endearment like a father would give to a son.

    Regardless of what it is, the question must be posed, Is it really that serious? We are all aware that hip hop is extremely homophobic, but sometimes some things just go too far. If you look at the picture once more, you can see that none of the people around them seem bothered or offended by it. So maybe it was Mafia based or just a term of endearment that many are not used to, should they be condemned and questioned for it? Is their music any less believable or not as hot? The truth of the matter is, we fear what we don’t understand (or want to understand ). If they say that the kiss was a harmless, nonsexual gesture, they let it be that. But even if it wasn’t, ask yourself, when it comes to their sexual preference, is it really that serious?

    Check out the world premiere of Crime Mobb's video, "Rock Yo Hips!"
    Posted by brandi at November 6, 2006 10:28 AM
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    That shit is gay! and it wasnt dat long ago cuz waynes dreads are long as hell. remember he used to have braids. first faggots!

    Posted by: chicago at November 6, 2006 10:55 AM

    Cosign...Why are people trying to make that acceptable? Under no conditions is that acceptable. People don't kiss their real daddy's like that.

    Posted by: Chi J at November 6, 2006 10:57 AM

    While I personally think that shit is way over the line, even for "an effectionate father-son relationship",
    you do bring up a good point: they let someone take this picture, which they probably wouldn't if they were realy on some dl shit. Still, that shit is disgusting and not at all gangsta.

    Posted by: D at November 6, 2006 10:57 AM

    Plus, I've been to Nawlins and the only place I seen that type of shit is on the funny end of Burbon St

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