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    ALLHIPHOP REVIEWS:THE ROOTS:Game Theory
    Monday. 9.4.06 7:31 pm
    Artist: The Roots
    Title: Game Theory
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    Something's got to give. Since 1999's Things Fall Apart, The Roots have tried to balance an extremely tight rope between underground supremacy and commercial viability. But the Philly collective has either veered too far to the left with their sound (the rock-ish hum of 2002's Phrenology) or played it safe with a small collection of songs (2004's The Tipping Point) hardly potent enough to match the capabilities of a band that's headlined Radio City Music Hall and Lincoln Center. With Game Theory (Def Jam), however, ?uestlove and Black Thought are synchronized; both musically and lyrically aligned with a darker timbre, resulting in the band's finest album since Things Fall Apart

    From the start, Thought continues to extol the virtues of his ever expanding voice and consciousness, which the characteristically reticent emcee first displayed on The Tipping Point. "I try to school these bucks, but they don't wanna listen/That's the reason the system making this paper from the prison," he rages over the frantic drum and keyboard pace of the Kool & The Gang and Ohio Players sampling lead single, "Don't Feel Right." The opening track, "False Media," finds Thought solemnly chastising the U.S.'s coverage of the War on Terror. Production wise, the album also soars with the sinister bass line and thumping drums on the haunting "In The Music" and the blissfully woozy stylings of "Long Time" featuring fellow Illadelphian Peedi Peedi.

    The few miscues, of which most are minor, come toward the back end of the album. "Here I Come" revisits the guitar-laden synths of Phrenology's rock-inspired selections with mixed results. Here, Thought's verse sound rushed and he's easily bested on the mic by returning members Malik B. and Dice Raw. Then there's the sluggish "New World," which sonically fails to match Thought's revelatory rhymes. It's only in these instances where the chemistry of the band succumbs to ?uestlove's adventurous musical endeavors.

    During a time of war and tragedy-most of the project was recorded in the wake of Hurricane Katrina-The Roots could have easily relied on their rabid neo-soul friendly fan base and Def Jam's marketing muscle to craft an album more digestible and fitting for an act on such a mainstream label. But instead, The Roots have masterfully come together thematically to capture and challenge the pulse of a nation, band, and their Hip-Hop peers. And that's not a game.

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    WORDOFSOUTH FEATURES: YOUNG DRO
    Monday. 9.4.06 7:29 pm
    WordofSouth.com: Your album "Best Thang Smokin" is in stores now. How are you feeling right now?

    Young Dro: I’m feeling like 100% man what’s good?

    WordofSouth.com: That’s wasup, everything straight. Every artist has a story, so what is yours coming up in Bankhead?

    Young Dro: Aw man, you know I don’t think I have a story; I’m just a young cat trying to get to the money, and doing something other then negative.

    WordofSouth.com: I remember you coming up with Raheem the Dream’s label and that you dropped an album. Whatever happened with you and that situation?

    Young Dro: It was like a conflict of interest with that whole situation. I wasn’t being put out enough, I wasn’t being exploited enough, and I never had the chance that I have today. I’m not gonna let anybody hold me down.

    WordofSouth.com: What knowledge did you pick up from being signed to his label?

    Young Dro: I learned that I wanted more then anybody even if the label I’m signed to doesn’t realize it. I feel like its necessary that I take action for my future.

    WordofSouth.com: I remember first hearing you on P$C's “In Da Streets" Mixtape track Where You From. What took you so long to join Grand Hustle?

    Young Dro: Me and T.I., we took it upon ourselves to tackle our careers at different times. We wasn’t the type of guys to sit and wait on one another. We both got out and did our own thing. I signed contracts and he signed contracts. I left my first label; he left his first label, so we were really just going through things in the beginning. I always wanted to be apart of Grand Hustle and that is where I am at today.

    WordofSouth.com: You have a unique rhyme scheme, which I can say is different from anyone out right now. How did you come up with your rhyme pattern and style?

    Young Dro: Just thinking about something then the other kind of guy. Something different ya know if you on 26’s I’m on 29’s. If he’s rocking dark brown, I’m rocking hot pink ya feel me. It was kind of like the other thing, I’m the other guy.

    WordofSouth.com: People have criticized you regarding many references to cars, fruits, and colors. What do you have to say to people who have negativity towards that?

    Young Dro: Stop hatin! Listen to it. That’s what I grew up around. Cars really fascinate me at the age that I am today and from the days when I was younger, so I exploit those.

    WordofSouth.com: With your debut major album, what can we expect as far production, guests, lyrical content?

    Young Dro: They can expect tracks from Jazze Pha, tracks from Nitty, Keith Mack, Chad West, Lil C, and Khao. The album features Slim Thug, T.I., and Xtaci. Lyrically they can expect some of the most extravagant metaphors of today, and one of the hottest albums of the summer.

    WordofSouth.com: You didn’t include many guests; did you want the world to hear Dro and not an album filled with features?

    Young Dro: Yeah, this is my introduction to the world, and I don’t wanna smoke my album with a bunch of people. I picked a chosen few, which is odd coming from me, but I wanted to show off the tracks with my lyrics and my myself, so the world can get to know Young Dro.

    WordofSouth.com: What track would you consider your favorite?

    Young Dro: One of my favorites from the album is What It Is by Jazze Pha. It’s very lyrically inclined and there’s a lot of flavor in the track within itself. It explains a lot about me.

    WordofSouth.com: I’ve got people wanting me to ask you this. How come Lollipop Gangsta didn’t make the album?

    Young Dro: Lollipop Gangsta was something that took 15 minutes to make the song. It was one of the first songs that I did as far as Grand Hustle goes. It was like a blow out track and I threw it out there to get peoples attention. It’s just a blessing for people to just want it to be on the album and think more of it then I did. It makes me feel good.

    WordofSouth.com: Many people were saying that it is a classic track.

    Young Dro: Yeah and it still is. It doesn’t matter whether it’s on the album or not?

    WordofSouth.com: How did the concept for the LISTEN NOW!Shoulder Lean song come about?

    Young Dro: Everybody was doing a little dance craze and I wanted to introduce the world to me. I don’t know how to dance, but I know how to shoulder lean, and that’s where it came from.

    WordofSouth.com: At last years 4th quarter TJsDJs I remember you performing the song for the first time and I have never seen a crowd react the way they did to a new artist as well as new song.

    Young Dro: Yeah, I actually remember that, and the feedback was off the chain. That let me know right then and there that it was a good song. I’d like to thank all the fans because of them it’s what the song is today.

    WordofSouth.com: When you finished recording the track, did you foresee it being the success that it is right now?

    Young Dro: No I didn’t, basically I didn’t, and I can honestly say that. I never underestimated the fans because they can make you who you are, and the fans made me who I am today.

    WordofSouth.com: How was it shooting the video?

    Young Dro: I enjoyed it a lot; I had a lot of creativity, and I had a lot input on the video. The concept of where it came from was undeniable. Dre introduced Snoop to the world, T.I.P. introduced Young Dro to the world, and you see how successful Snoop is today. Look for Young Dro to do the same or better.

    WordofSouth.com: What is the follow up single to Shoulder Lean going to be?

    Young Dro: The next single will be Rubberband Banks and we’ve already did the video to it too.

    WordofSouth.com: Can you tell me about the video shoot?

    Young Dro: We did the green screen thing, we gonna be in Tokyo with the Tokyo chicks hollering choiiong. Rubberband banks, we expressing the fact that we do have big bankrolls, and at any given time we can whip out 20-30 grand out our pockets. It’s just the fact that we gon’ shine and we hear today. Grand Hustle is in the building.

    WordofSouth.com: How did you come up with the concept for this track?

    Young Dro: I was sitting down one day just being creative man just doing what I do as usual. It came to me natural and it wasn’t anything that was an eye popper for me. Just another day at the office.

    WordofSouth.com: A lot of artists record a bunch of songs and just pick the best ones. Did you do that or are you going by a certain format to make the album flow better?

    Young Dro: Every song that I did I put my time to it and try to look at it as a single. That’s the kind of reaction that I get from the songs that I record.

    WordofSouth.com: Are you doing any tours to support the album?

    Young Dro: Yeah actually I’m doing my little promo thing right now. I’m doing a heap of shows that people are requesting me for, so I am following out those requests by going through every city that they request me in, so I consider that my tour as far as the album go.

    WordofSouth.com: Word is that you have a Day Two mixtape with DJ Drama coming out. When is that going to drop?

    Young Dro: Around winter time because I’m supposed to drop again like next spring, so I’m a put out a Day Two and let people know what’s good with me. It will be better then Day One.

    WordofSouth.com: What is going to be the difference from the Day One mix?

    Young Dro: It’s gonna be the same outlook as Day One, but it’s gonna be more intense with a different flavor. I’m a introduce the world to my swoll game, my swoll game is ferocious. I’m a talk about caviar, shark meat, alligator meat. They haven’t got a load of that, so Day Two with different kind of things.

    WordofSouth.com: With the success so far, what has changed for you the most?

    Young Dro: Financially it would probably be the only place for change because I’ve been real, been doing the same thing, had the same friends, and I’m still the same guy. Just financially is the only thing changed.

    WordofSouth.com: What’s next for Dro?

    Young Dro: First and foremost we gonna knock the album out. Go around and support it. Whatever comes after we gon’ deal with that.

    WordofSouth.com: Is there anything else that you want to mention?

    Young Dro: I’d like to say to all my fans stay down with me, look for me to be one of the best artists in the world, and Grand Hustle is doing they thing.

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    ALLHIPHOP NEWS:Funding For Hip-Hop Museum In The Bronx Frozen
    Monday. 9.4.06 7:27 pm
    By Alexis Jeffries
    Date: 9/4/2006 2:50 pm

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    The Bloomberg administration has announced that it is immediately stopping the disbursement of funds to a Bronx, NY non-profit firm that was building a Hip-Hop museum, due to an unsatisfactory audit performance.

    The Northeast Bronx Redevelopment Corp., which recently received a $4.5 million grant from the city council for construction of a multi-use building that would include the Hip-Hop museum, was barred from receiving $335,000 of a separate $355,000 grant approved in June because of the red-flagging of the group’s Vendex form.

    "The money is frozen," a city official told the New York Post.

    The Vendex form is a financial background questionnaire every city contractor is required to fill out prior to construction of new buildings.

    The Northeast Bronx group had their Vendex form rejected after an audit of the company was completed last week, preventing them to receive any further contracts for building purposes.

    Brad Maione, a spokesman for state Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, said the last filing on record for the group was completed in 1997, and no other tax forms had been filed since then, almost a decade ago.
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    Player Watch:Princess Of Promotions, CC Smooth
    Monday. 9.4.06 7:14 pm

    Monday - September 4, 2006 by Janeé Bolden
    Player watch - 8/14

    Stepping into the music industry under the guidance of MC Serch, CC Smooth has risen the ranks of Serchlite Music to become co-owner and president. This princess of promotions has organized national marketing tours for over 400 records and can count top brands like ESPN The Magazine, Mitchell & Ness and Ecko Clothing among her clients. With Serchlite's growth into special events and television, CC Smooth is a definite Player to Watch in 2006.

    Boston girl CC Smooth (real name Carrie Carnie) earned her moniker while attending New Hampshire's PlymouthStateUniversity, working her first music gig as a DJ for college radio.

    "They had a college radio station and the hip-hop DJ they had was graduating so they were going to stop the show. I asked if I could do it. They threw me on with no training and I had to come up with a name on the spot. I literally looked at a Pete Rock and CL Smooth album and said, 'Alright CC Smooth.' Now that hip-hop has gone mainstream and our clients are more corporate it does raise some eyebrows - we had a big meeting with GM and they were like - "So CC Smooth?" CC told SOHH.com.

    During her stint as a college DJ, CC met former 3rd Bass rapper MC Serch when they both attended the Gavin Music Convention. Serch mentored CC for several years before she moved to New York and began working for a booking agency. She lost the job after three months and joined Serchlite as an assistant while the company was still very young.

    "He had the vision for it to be a kind of hip-hop conglomerate working with anything that is up and coming and cutting edge. Our whole history is with up and coming names. He was involved with Def Jam early on, Ecko early on, Nas early on. We're proud to have been a part of so many projects from inception," CC Smooth explained.

    In 2001, Serch moved to Detroit to host WJLB's morning show and entrusted CC with partnership at Serchlife.

    "Becoming partner was my most memorable experience. I've been able to travel the country and world in a position that I'd never been able to otherwise. It's hard sometimes balancing time, trying to get to the gym and have a social life. My favorite thing to do besides work is sleep because I get so little of it. The stressors are also being responsible for payroll and other people's livelihood," CC told SOHH.

    CC's responsibilities at Serchlite encompass working records for radio, overseeing promotional tours, managing producers, shopping new talent and throwing events.

    "My work involves a lot of travel, putting together proposals and marketing plans, building our corporate clients and balancing that with calls to DJs. You have to stay on top of securing new clients while holding down your bread and butter. Also stay relevant so that when you are pitching to corporate clients you are bringing them the newest-latest-hottest," CC explained.

    Among Smooth's latest accomplishments are an annual official NFL pre-draft party, and a mix CD for ESPN The Magazine.

    "I started the pre-draft party 4 years ago as a small thing and it's been licensed the last two years in a row by ESPN The Magazine and Hummer has also come in. On the music side I came up with a quarterly CD for ESPN The Magazine called The Mix. There's new music on one CD and the second CD is music from different athletes. It's co-branded with ESPN and we send it to all the radio stations and tastemakers. It's been very well received," CC said.

    CC Smooth's Play-O-Graphy

    Projects:

    -"Breaking new artists on television, radio, in the clubs and on mixtapes, always".

    -"Filming a new show on VH1, 'The White Rapper Show' starring MC Serch. It will be airing on VH1 in January 2007 (Developed by Ego Trip)."

    -"Continuing to put out our annual Double CD Compilation: The Mix (Volume 4 comes out in September)."

    -"Co-Producing and Developing Content and Shows for ESPN360. As well as music placement on ESPN.com and 360."

    - "Expanding Serchlite's Events Division, right now they create and executive produce the hottest Sports Events around, including the annual Pre-Draft party thrown for all the invited rookies to be drafted into the NFL. ESPN The Magazine has licensed this from Serchlite for the past 2 years. Serchlite is looking forward to expanding this event, getting involved in doing other official player parties and venturing into other sports arenas including the NBA and the PGA."

    -"Managing the hottest new producers out of Detroit, The Sicknotes (currently have Obie Trice's latest single, "Cry Now")."

    -"Retail Product: Top Secret but very excited about it and we already have pre-orders in from some major retailers nationwide."

    Watchlist:

    Damani: new artist from Inglewood signed to Sony Urban.

    Roxanne Jones: ESPN.Com: (VP of New Media)

    Lylette Pizarro: RPM Inc.(Partner)

    KP ( Kawan Prather): Head of AR for Sony Urban

    CL- Diggi-Waxx (Founder)

    Chris Atlas- Amp'ed Mobile (Director of Entertainment Marketing)

    DJ Cassidy

    DJ Clinton Sparks

    Jonathan Mannion- the most talented photographer around! www.jonathanmannion.com

    Jonathan Vilma- NY Jets player

    Quotes of The Year:

    "Try not to become a person of success, but a person of value."

    "Success is getting what you want, happiness is wanting what you get."

    "Refuse Limitation."

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    50 and LL Team Up Against Def Jam
    Monday. 9.4.06 7:11 pm
    50 and LL at the Blender VMA afterparty Thursday night

    Looks like 50 and LL are the newest Rap tag team. They both have issues with Def Jam and aren't afraid to speak on it in public. Supposedly, they took several shots at Def Jam during the VMA's off camera while talking to the media outlets. My sources tell me neither even spoke to Hov that night or attended the party Jigga threw for Beyonce after the VMA show. When media folks try to ask Def Jam wassup--those folks don't even want to comment on the situaton at hand. Did LL hit a sore spot?

    According to MTV News, LL called out Def Jam--probably taking serious aim at Hov too--about their lack of promo skills:

    New York's Daily News reported Friday (September 1) that LL was heard taking Def Jam President/ CEO Jay-Z to task during the VMAs. "I think Def Jam needs to be a better promoter of hip-hop," the rapper reportedly griped. "I think Jay-Z does a very good job ... of promoting Jay-Z."

    Of course we all know by now that 50 is producing LL's next album, and it seems like 50 wasted no time joining in the convo about Def Jam. He and LL told everybody who would listen on the red carpet and parties that Def Jam wasn't sh*t. The pair have already banged out 6 songs for the new LP in just 4 days. MTV is also reporting:

    He [LL] said the company's music "gotta be a lot better." He also said that Def Jam has a fairly new staff that is running things differently from the old regime, and singled out the promotion department.

    Now I don't know where 50's beef/isssues with Def Jam stem from other than that man just loves to talk sh*t. But this mess right here is unlike LL. Did somebody piss him off to salty proportions over at Def Jam? Or is he just fed up with the way things are running these days seeing that he's been with the label from the jump? I guess time will tell....
    Posted by SOHH Fabulous at September 4, 2006 09:52 AM
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    nd fuk it i wana c hova ruin these puss ass niggaz

    Posted by: "Supreme" at September 4, 2006 12:08 PM

    looks like L.L. is going gansta on us man what the fuck is wrong with hip hop niggaz don't do good they go G.unit like fifty is gona help their career L.L. nigga you 37 bitch retire man the only person allowed to rap above 35 has to be none other then dr.dre and i have to say i have been waiting for this ulbum for seven years

    one more thong i don't think chemilionaire should one a vma i think T.i. deserve it i mean after miving 522.00 unit in one week nigaa what fuck

    Posted by: king of the south at September 4, 2006 12:09 PM

    LL could be upset because his last album went Gold after 13 consecutive platinum albums ( dont quote me on 13 but i am 100% sure every album he has made up until this point has gone platinum)

    Production wise, I just copped Method Mans, Dros, and the Roots new albums all in the same transaction and I gotta say i have never been more impressed then when i listen to these three. All three have different sounds, agendas, and styles and yet I can knock to them all. CLASSIC HipHOP

    Posted by: BigCav at September 4, 2006 12:11 PM

    Its an obvious desperate attempt to get publicity. The only way G-Unit promotes is by using other peoples names in the industry. Beef is their only way to get noticed. I would hate to have to use another mans name to boost my own shit. If LL wanted to make a statement he should of just went out and made some bangers wit 50 and make people notice by the music. All it does is bring hype to their so-called diss records and leave everyone dissappointed by their albums. PATHETIC. They should just go pump iron together.

    Posted by: clifella at September 4, 2006 12:11 PM

    First Post Niggaz! I think Def Jam is doing a lot of things wrong, including signing Jeezy (Yes, I'm from ATL & I said it!) But LL should be mad at himself for making songs like "Headsprung".

    Posted by: b at September 4, 2006 12:12 PM

    And there you have it. New York is canabalizing itself. If we're looking for these old cats like LL to "bring NY back", forget it. For this Hip Hop icon to stoop so low as to diss the perverbial Hip Hop label of the Big Apple, just goes to show that NY is stuck on that old generation of this art. And what can be said about Fiddy that hasn't already been said?

    I just want to give a big "FUCK YOU" to DJ Gay Slay. Another old bastard who keeps the BEEF cooking on his rusy turn tables and mic.

    And a big "FUCK YOU" goes out to ALL RAPPERS and fans who hate on COASTS they don't live in.

    Peace to all the true fans of great HIP HOP; no matter where it comes from.

    Posted by: Yeah I Said It!!! at September 4, 2006 12:21 PM

    But Jeezy moved more units than LL

    Posted by: blackmoses at September 4, 2006 12:22 PM

    naa yooo jay is fuckin up. as much as i got love 4 dude his fuckin up big time. def jam artist r getin zero promotion. n plus der losin artist n shit. dey lost DMX who really got da label started. he kept fuckin around n X left. N rite now X didnt do so well i kno cuz he didnt get promotion at sony either n his album leaked n wat not but like still dat was a good artist n if dey promoted him n he originally released der he cuda done thangs.

    Posted by: S_p_a_r_k_ at September 4, 2006 12:30 PM

    r.i.p, to the crocodile hunter, he got killed by a sting ray yesterday.he got stung in his chest and it burt a hole threw his heart.you dont really hear about people getting killed by sting ray fish cause their usually just step on by swimers..but the crocodile hunter swam on top of it to get a closer look and its tail stung a hole rite threw hes chest..man i dont care what any of you say that dude had more heart than any of you hood nigaz,just when you think your hood is the toughest , theirs alwayz other countrys with wayyyy worst things going on..any body can pull a trigger ,let me se you wrestle a crocadile..

    Posted by: $$$ at September 4, 2006 12:41 PM

    People have short term memories...LL is a legend and he built Def Jam so he has a right to speak his mind (seniority) &yes LL is an older head but what people don't realize is that 50 is also over 30years old so is most of his G-Unit Roster (Buck &Banks notwithsanding)Hova is dam near older than LL &heads can't wait for him to come out of retirement. Hip Hop is Hip Hop if LL wants to colab w/50 so be it 50 is like 32 LL is like 36 Hov is like 37 so it's not a big stretch it's just 50's music is young but he right there with Dre. Snoop, Hov, Em &the rest of them they all well over 30 it's the music. Let LL do LL

    Posted by: DaKid at September 4, 2006 12:43 PM

    i think if 50 hooks up with L L ,and takes down def jams , i will start buying 50s album,as much as i hated him for dissing jada, and nas,, if they take down def jams imma give 50 props..and ll cool j..oh yea and jay z could never get ll cool j status..

    Posted by: hood hunter at September 4, 2006 12:49 PM

    50 and LL BESZT COMBO SINCE NAS AND AZ

    Posted by: LEX at September 4, 2006 12:51 PM

    woow 50's got a new boyfriend

    Posted by: taraji at September 4, 2006 12:57 PM

    Let me see you wrestle a crocodile
    That is some funny shit!!!!

    Posted by: christine at September 4, 2006 12:57 PM

    haha ll is talking shit now of course because hes running round with 50. this is just publicity for the collabo on the upcoming cd's. 50 does it everytime before soemthing major, starts shit, calls out dudes and then will leave it alone cuz he album sold

    Posted by: nick at September 4, 2006 12:58 PM

    People have short term memories...LL is a legend and he built Def Jam so he has a right to speak his mind (seniority) &yes LL is an older head but what people don't realize is that 50 is also over 30years old so is most of his G-Unit Roster (Buck &Banks notwithsanding)Hova is dam near older than LL &heads can't wait for him to come out of retirement. Hip Hop is Hip Hop if LL wants to colab w/50 so be it 50 is like 32 LL is like 36 Hov is like 37 so it's not a big stretch it's just 50's music is young but he right there with Dre. Snoop, Hov, Em &the rest of them they all well over 30 it's the music. Let LL do LL

    Posted by: DaKid at September 4, 2006 12:43 PM

    thank you!! but fuck that nigga jay!! i dont like him lol, that dudes shit is falling apart. rocafella is dead, def jam isnt running shit properly. i glad that nigga is stepping down, he obviously knows he aint getting shit done. as for 50, hate him or love him people love his music, it may not have a message, but people are buying into that shit right now. i'm more of a immortal technique, nas, army of the pharoah's fan, but no one wants to hear politics in the club, be serious. thats why you have the gangsta rap (some hardcore shit) and rap (this is pretty much everyone, yes including k-fed LOL, it may be whack white rap but its still considered rap) but all in all hip is hip. times is changing and theres gonna be new sounds to the ear. niggas just need to calm the fuck down. oh yeah and the south and taking shit over. itll be back in the hands of ny in no time, by he way DANITY KANE IS DOING! hahaha its a wrap DK IS ABOUT TO BRING IT BACK!! HAHAHA

    Posted by: ????? at September 4, 2006 01:08 PM

    FUCK 50 TOO!

    Posted by: ????? at September 4, 2006 01:10 PM

    LL is a fucken hypocrite! How can u criticize Hov about the quality of hiphop at Def Jam & then u team up with a guy who's almost singlehandedly ruined hiphop(with alil help from his crew), who's known 4 making garbage bubblegum rap 4 white suburban teens & makes songs like Candyshop. GTFOH!...I guess u & 50 r buddies know cuz u got a lot in common...U both on sum kind of steroids & u both make fag rap, & ur both famous 4 gettin ur asses handed 2 u in a battle! LL v Canibus; 50 v D Block& Game.

    Posted by: Hazard at September 4, 2006 01:12 PM

    awww.. they look cute together(no homo), with their matching jackets and water(LL putting some 50 in his system)... do they share a dressing room? now they can lift weights and make love songs together after vthey finish pouring water on each other... sorry G-Unit, 50 has another puppet.

    Posted by: K.O. at September 4, 2006 01:18 PM

    LL is wack as fuck....The women have been the only ones buying his albums for years but they aint feeling him enough to go out a cop his records no more and the yung chicks just aint feeling him like that...they checking for Bow wow and Omarion...Getting with 50 just makes him look even more desparate...He obviously wasn't paying attention to what just happened to Mobb Deep...LL needs to face it, He's a Legend of the Fall Offs hall of famer...That song at the end of the Big Bang was for him...The niggas career has been on its death bed for a while but he's too arogant to accept it, somebody need to pull the plug on that shit quick...Hopefully when the album with 50 flops(which it definetly will) He'll finally throw in the towel...

    Posted by: X at September 4, 2006 01:19 PM

    OK LL said that the promotion at Def Jam sucks? Look at riaa.com. In the last two years since Hov took over, they have had 7 platinum albums and 4 gold album, which is a serious come up based on the performance of the company the last few years. If LL wouldn't have put out that bullshit single "Freeze" with Lysterine Jennings he might have put up some better numbers.

    Posted by: Nick at September 4, 2006 01:21 PM

    LL is a has been ....Mr Smith in like '94 was his best ablum....his movies suck ass((eva destruction, mindhunters, rollerball,etc) ...Just go away ... got video vanguard and vh1 honors niggas just cant stay out the spotlight DAMN and take masta killa, kool G, az, mc eiht, mc ren, and any other old mutha phucker holding a label slot with you!!!!

    Posted by: Dan Easy at September 4, 2006 01:21 PM

    Another thing, how is this big head ass nigga gonna come Jay for not promoting his album? The heard that last album and couldn't even make it thru it. that shit was wack as fuck!!! And the song with 5-0 was the worst shit up there. This LL don't even write his own rhymes no more. The GOAT was filled with ghost writers.

    Posted by: X at September 4, 2006 01:26 PM

    r.i.p, to the crocodile hunter, he got killed by a sting ray yesterday.he got stung in his chest and it burt a hole threw his heart.you dont really hear about people getting killed by sting ray fish cause their usually just step on by swimers..but the crocodile hunter swam on top of it to get a closer look and its tail stung a hole rite threw hes chest..man i dont care what any of you say that dude had more heart than any of you hood nigaz,just when you think your hood is the toughest , theirs alwayz other countrys with wayyyy worst things going on..any body can pull a trigger ,let me se you wrestle a crocadile..

    Posted by: $$$$ at September 4, 2006 01:27 PM

    all you old rappers trying to advance
    its all over now take it like a man

    Posted by: >>>>>><<<<<<< at September 4, 2006 01:29 PM

    Not on the same topic but sticking with the 50 talk. 50 released "bomb" which is dissing diddy because diddy has yet to let mase out of his deal, but just a month or so ago 50 said he beef no more when somebody brought the fact that d-block is killing is ass. But he stop going at them but he want to diss diddy, 50 a bitch. If you not gone beef no more then don't beef with no one.

    Posted by: dmoss at September 4, 2006 01:29 PM

    50 got a new boyfreind!!!!
    this nigga is so gay its not even funny

    Posted by: ,,,,, at September 4, 2006 01:30 PM

    here we have an old, washed-up MC who's past his prime...and a shit-talking businessman who's under the guise of a rapper...i don't know what to make of the situation...queens reigns supreme...i guess...with those two? i don't know...anyway...i think 50's really out to make some money off LL and LL is just too blind to see it...though it really isn't fair how hip hop music has just been cast aside at def jam...LL does has the right to speak out...LL's new album is gonna flop though, and once again 50's gonna be laughin' all the way to the bank

    Posted by: May at September 4, 2006 01:30 PM

    Oh yeah, Dollar Signs ($$$$)...The Crocodile Hunter r.i.p.

    Posted by: May at September 4, 2006 01:32 PM

    COOL J IS A ICON NO DOUBT, BUT ALL GOOD THINGS COME TO AN END. HE BEEN WITH DEJ JAM SINCE IT STARTED SO I'M SURE HE HAD A SAY IN WHAT HIS FIRST SINGLE WAS GOIN BE. THAT TRASH HE PUT OUT WITH JENNIFER LOPEZ IS WHY HE DIDN'T GET PROMOTED. IF YOUR SINGLE ISN'T DOIN TO HOT THE LABEL PULLS THE PLUG ON YOUR PROJECT, AND THAT'S WITH EVERY LABEL. LOOK AT WHAT HAPPEN TO MOBB DEEP, AFTER THE FIRST WEEK SALES SUCKED INTERSCOPE BACKED OUT. AS FOR 50, EVERYBODY WHO HAVE EYES CAN SEE WHAT HE DOING. HIS BEEF TACTICS WORKED WHEN HE FIRST STARTED BUT ITS OVER NOW. LL LEFT THE BEEF AND BATTLE RAPS ALONE ALONG TIME AGO, SO TO TAKE SHOTS AT YOUR LABEL NOW, ITS GONNA LOOK LIKE 50 PUT U UP TO THAT EVEN IF HE DIDN'T. THIS RAP CIRCUS IS FUNNY, 50 JUST NEED TO GO AHEAD AND GO AT JAY, THAT'S REALLY WHAT HE WANNA DO HE JUST CAN'T FIND THE RIGHT ANGLE. ON THE OTHER HAND, UNDER THE CATER ADMINISTRATION, MARIAH, JEEZY, RICK ROSS, NEYO, KANYE WEST, RIHANA, AND SO ON... I'D SAY JAY BEEN DOIN AN OK JOB... LOL... OH YEA CHECK OUT JAYROCK AT MYSPACE.COM/JAYROCK.........

    Posted by: the big homie at September 4, 2006 01:36 PM

    This shit is just crazy. Why is LL mad. If anythin he should be mad at himself for not being relevant even when Jigga wasnt president a couple years ago. I respect him but aint nobody checkin for him. And 50 helpin all these people (Freeway) and now LL and this nigga crew got NO buzz. Mobb Deep didnt sell,Yayo didnt sell, MOP got no album plans,Olivia got no album plans, and Banks album got pushed back mad times in a row. Buck is the only relevant one besides 50. The niggaz that got a problem with the way Jigga was running shit are the same ones that albums werent doing too well when he wasnt around....(cough DMX cough).And in reality this shit is just for album sales.at the end of the day Jigga won and the niggaz that are mad LOST.

    Posted by: ThaTruth at September 4, 2006 01:36 PM

    What up? LLs punk lip licking ass don't want it with Hov...50 got this wack ass Legend of the Falloffs ass nigga gased..This bitch ass nigga need to stop fronting like he mad about promotion...He really mad for a bunch of reasons and I saw the beef coming a long time ago:


    1) People calling Jay the GOAT when LL been trying his hardest to CONVINCE people it's him but don't NOBODY agree with him or take him seriously...

    2) He basically built Def Jam and the Job of President was offered to Jay and not him...but if you look at him he aint a good fit for Pres. He has no business ventures where he could have gotten experience being the head of multimillion dollar operation...He aint never even been the Head of a crew...


    They near the same age and Jay effortlessly stays relevant...He's retired and niggas fending for him to drop another album to bring back NYC rap, aint nobody looking to LL, everybody WISHES HIS ass would retire.

    And Canibus ate that niggas ass up in the battle...I listen to both songs recently...aint no fucking way LL won that battle....That nigga was ass then and he's ass now...

    Posted by: Black Friday at September 4, 2006 01:38 PM

    So LL is 50's son?

    Posted by: roasta at September 4, 2006 01:39 PM

    When will they learn?

    Bottom line dude.. LL is like 40. He HAS no fan base. The majority of rap cds are bought by teenager boys and women. The women aren't buying his cd's anymore because he looks like their father, and the dudes ain't buying his shit because he caters to the women. Who the hell WOULD promote you man? Nobody is checking for LL Cool J.

    It's sad to see it get to this point. These older rap cats don't realize their time is gone. Their fan base has gotten older and doesn't buy rap cd's like they used to.

    (This same logic applies to Busta Rhymes, Method Man, and even NaS if he doesn't have a catchy lead single)

    Posted by: RapIsDead at September 4, 2006 01:43 PM

    I would love to see LL and 50 bang out with JAyZ and Nas. bthat shit would be a massacre. How can them two clowns take down Def Jam with the mother fucking twin towers there? Jay and Nas are great MCs seperate but can you imagine the damage they could cause to a nigga together? the shit would end 50's and what's left of LL's career.

    Posted by: X at September 4, 2006 01:43 PM

    Btw,

    "LL could be upset because his last album went Gold after 13 consecutive platinum albums ( dont quote me on 13 but i am 100% sure every album he has made up until this point has gone platinum)"

    @BigCav,

    LL's last 4 albums went only Gold. The nigga hasn't had a platinum album since 1997. He wasn't complaining when Kevin Lyles was running the show.

    Posted by: RapIsDead at September 4, 2006 01:48 PM

    NEXT TO THE FAMOUS PANTINGS OF BIGGIE ,PIG PUN,, 2 PAC,,EASYE ,LEFT EYE ,,AALIYAH,,JAM MATER JAY,,THEIR SHOULD BE THE CROCODILE HUNTERS PICTURE NEXT TO ALL OF THEM..R.I.P ..

    Posted by: THE HOOD HUNTER at September 4, 2006 01:49 PM

    BIG*

    Posted by: HOOD HUNTER at September 4, 2006 01:50 PM

    I HEARD THE CROCODILE HUNTER WAS GONNA GET SIGN TO DEF JAMS..

    Posted by: K at September 4, 2006 01:51 PM

    LL = Legend of the Fall Offs

    Posted by: X at September 4, 2006 01:53 PM

    hmm imo LL's career ended when Canibus lyrically assinated him on 2nd round knockout, that one of the best disses ever. 50 is startin shit with jay now huh? its not a big deal, but The Game supposedly threw jabs at Jay and he gets so much shit? idk if ne1 has realized this, and it cant be denied, 50 keeps going out and getting has beens. LL- has been, mobb deep- (i love there old shit) but has been, mop- has been, mase- has been, 50 want mase so bad why dont he just give diddy the $$

    Posted by: nick at September 4, 2006 01:57 PM

    ok one. ll and 50? thats not gonna work. 2. ll is right about jay promoting himself.and if jay is goin to do a album what is it gonna be about he aint relevent in the game no more what else can he really bite?no one wants to hear a album about him being a ceo at def jam cause thats all he has done he aint got no street ties at all.the streets dont wanna hear a jigga album hes done, he poured it all out on the black album its a wrap hov run your company dont kill your carrer.

    Posted by: me at September 4, 2006 02:00 PM

    To all you niggas up here talking about record sales let me know this.

    1)When was the last time you purchased a LL Cool J cd?

    2) When was the last time somebody you know bought an LL Cool J cd?


    3) WHen was the last time u considered that nigga one of the best in the Game?


    The niggas career reminds me of Night Of the Living Dead...It's been dead for years but he still walking around like a zombie making albums and shit...trying eat off of niggas that's living( 50 now Jay)...

    Busta where you at nigga? Come bury this nigga already...

    Posted by: Black Friday at September 4, 2006 02:02 PM

    Jay is 1 of my favorites, but he sucks at his job. What LL is saying is legit, but 50 should shut up already

    Posted by: The TN Man at September 4, 2006 02:04 PM

    This shit is crazy LL's last album catches a brick and goes left field and this niggas saying all kinds of bullshit, that nigga just salty cuz his lame ass album went double plastic......didnt nobody tell his ass to put that bullshit with j-lo and jermaine dupri out shit nigga gotta come harder than that bullshit, all of sudden he sucking fifty dick and shit........fuckin hilarious, One Heezy!

    Posted by: Shiesty_G at September 4, 2006 02:06 PM

    I LIKE LL B/C HE BEEN IN THA GAME 4EVA. I DONT BUY NONE OF HIS SHIT NO MORE BUT HE SELLS XCEPT 4 HIS LAST ALBUM. IONO WUT 2 SAY BOUT 50. THIS NIGGA SO LAME. HE GOT BREAD THO BUT I KNOW HE CANT LOOK IN THA MIRROR AND BE FULLY CONTENT. U CAN HAVE MONEY BUT IF U AINT GOT RESPECT IT DONT MATTER. GUNIT IS ASS. BANKS RIP BUT HE NEED 2 STOP LETTIN TAX CHANGE PUT HIS ANNOYIN ASS VOICE ON ALL HIS SHIT. AS FAR AS JAY GOES. HE IS MY NIGGA BUT HE DONT NEED 2 BE AT DEF JAM. THEY BEEN SLACKIN LIKE FUCK. DEF JAM IS A HIP HOP BASED LABEL. DEF SOUL WAS CREATED AS A DEF JAM R&B LABEL. OUT OF ALL THA ACTS ON DEF JAM THA R&B CATS SELL MORE. EXCLUDING THE OBVIOUS (JEEZY, RICK, ETC) THA PROMOTION IS ASS. GHOSTFACE SHOULD HAVE GOTTEN MORE, SO SHOULD METH, SO SHOULD THA ROOTS, AND SO SHOULD A LOT OF PEOPLE ON DEF JAM. SUMN GOTTA GIVE BUT LL NEED 2 STOP SUCKIN 50 DICK AND 50 NEED 2 STOP LETTIN LL DUKE HIM UP. SWEET BOOTY ASS NIGGAZ. I'MA GANGSTA THO. SHITTTTT

    Posted by: BAMABOY at September 4, 2006 02:13 PM

    I mean i could agree with you to a certain [email protected] Tn Man, i mean i say he's doing a fairly decent jobs no including the bricks that memphis bleek and young gunz caught, but i mean let me break it down

    Kanye "Late Regestraion"...3 million

    Young Jeezy "Thug Motivation" 2 Million

    Mariah "THE EMANCIPATION OF MIMI" 6 Mil

    Juelz "What The Games Been Missing" 1 Million........barely

    Rick ross "Port of Miami" 324,400 2 weeks

    Shit then you got Luda, Fabolous, Jeezy, Nas, and Hov about to drop all in one year! Ha you may think niggas at defjam is sleeping but stats dont lie nigga,hell the boy hov is on his shit..........One Heezy


    Posted by: Shiesty_G at September 4, 2006 02:20 PM

    And there you have it. New York is canabalizing itself. If we're looking for these old cats like LL to "bring NY back", forget it. For this Hip Hop icon to stoop so low as to diss the perverbial Hip Hop label of the Big Apple, just goes to show that NY is stuck on that old generation of this art. And what can be said about Fiddy that hasn't already been said?

    I just want to give a big "FUCK YOU" to DJ Gay Slay. Another old bastard who keeps the BEEF cooking on his rusy turn tables and mic.

    And a big "FUCK YOU" goes out to ALL RAPPERS and fans who hate on COASTS they don't live in.

    Peace to all the true fans of great HIP HOP; no matter where it comes from.

    Posted by: Yeah I Said It!!! at September 4, 2006 12:21 PM

    bravo!

    Posted by: da chi at September 4, 2006 02:24 PM

    I FEEL LIKE THIS DOES NOTHING BUT BRING "VALIDITY" AND "CREDIBILITY" TO JIN THA MC's SONG "F--K JAY-Z".

    HE SAID HE MADE IT BECAUSE THE HIP HOP WORLD FELT AS IF THEY NEED SOME "buzz"...ALL WE GOTTA DO IS DISS JAY-Z.

    DID IT HELP THE SALES OF JIM JONE's SECOND ALBUM???....."no"!!! DID IT HELP THE SALES OF CAMRON'S 'KILLA SEASON'????....."no"!!!! SO WHAT MAKES LL THINK THAT HIM ALIGNING HIMSELF WITH RAP MUSIC'S BIGGEST ASSHOLE(curtis)IS GOING TO HELP HIS CAUSE AT ALL.

    IF "ANY"thing...IT WILL PROVE THAT RESPECTED, ESTABLISHED NY VETERANS WHO HAVE "lost their credibility".........HAVE A HOME AT "G-uNIT"!!!

    HEY MA$E!!!....M.O.P!!!!....MOBB DEEP!!!!....NEW YORK CITY CALLED, THEY SAID THEY WANT THEIR CITIZENSHIP BACK.

    PS- if my rant was entertaining to you???....wait 'til ya hear my "MUSIC"!!! (click on the lite green name)

    Posted by: TRACK LACER at September 4, 2006 02:26 PM


    aww rest in piece :(r.i.p, to the crocodile hunter, he got killed by a sting ray yesterday.he got stung in his chest and it burt a hole threw his heart.you dont really hear about people getting killed by sting ray fish cause their usually just step on by swimers..but the crocodile hunter swam on top of it to get a closer look and its tail stung a hole rite threw hes chest..man i dont care what any of you say that dude had more heart than any of you hood nigaz,just when you think your hood is the toughest , theirs alwayz other countrys with wayyyy worst things going on..any body can pull a trigger ,let me se you wrestle a crocadile..

    Posted by: $$$ at September 4, 2006 12:41 PM

    R.I.P

    Posted by: da chi at September 4, 2006 02:28 PM

    even if jay wasnt promoting himself(whatever thats supposed to mean!) that nigga would have still moved 340 000 soundscan numbers.only relevant artists are moving decent units.Anyway the folks at universal music group are the ones that make the final decision on budgets of interscope and DJ
    artists.
    its not like jay pays magazines/sohh.com LOL etc to write a story about himself.

    Posted by: cash at September 4, 2006 02:29 PM

    Lol..........i agree with you [email protected] Lacer

    Posted by: Shiesty_G at September 4, 2006 02:30 PM

    It's called HYPE.

    50 & G-Unit have too many links with Def Jam for it to be anything else. Freeway doin a Def Jam/G-Unit joint venture. Mobb Deep [supposedly] overseeing Sam Scarfo's debut album, and of course it seems LL and got ties with G-Unit now.

    Of course we dont know the whole business side of these deals, but for both sides they need to prove profitable. If 50 taught us anything, nothing sells more then beef...come on now.

    Granted Def Jam need 50 more than he needs them, but if Def Jam saw 50 as really bad, they could shelve LL, Freeway, Sam Scarfo lock em in they deals and still have Ne-Yo, Nas, Jay-Z, Mariah Carey etc etc in the holster. Fucking 50 over.

    This aint about NY, Jay-Z, WHATEVER. This is about business, and keeping Def Jam artists names in your mouth.

    Posted by: Untouchable C at September 4, 2006 02:41 PM

    NEW YORK YORK RAP IS DEAD THE FUTURE OF EAST COAST HIP HOP IS ACROSS THE HUDSON RIVER.
    JOE BUDDENS BITCH

    JERSEY STAND THE FUCK UP

    Posted by: dalivest at September 4, 2006 02:47 PM

    LL is a fucking clown...How does he figure Jay is promoting himself? Jay aint got no promos running for his up coming album, he aint no singles or videos, he aint even admit he's dropping a fucking album!!! How is he promoting himself?...Jay is just such big artist that just the RUMOR of him dropping an album creates a crazy buzz..More buzz than LL has ever had...LL should be at that same point in his career...

    Big artists don't need much promotion...Eminem, Jay, even 50 could create a hugh buzz for themselves with out the help of their labels...

    Tell that nigga LL dont be mad cause after 30 years in the game he still aint there yet...Don't mad nigga, UPS is hiring...

    Posted by: Black Friday at September 4, 2006 02:49 PM

    REAL TALK-YOUR BOY LL IS BUGGIN'
    HOW YOU GONNA DISS THE LABEL THAT NOT ALSO BIRTH,GAVE YOU YOUR START BUT STUCK IT OUT WITH YOU.....AND BE LIKE F DEF JAM...NAH HOMIE F-U YEAH LL YOU NICE EVER NOW AND THEN BUT THE MINUTE YOU STARTING MAKING BULLSHIT RECORDS TO GET SPINS TO GET SALES,THEN YOU DID NOT GET SALES SORRY LITTLE HOMIE THAT'S ON YOU ...SON IF YOUR MAD, BE MAD AT THE A&R WHO PUT THE BUG IN YOU EAR TO MAKE WACK ASS RECORDS....SO NOW YOUR WITH 50 NO DOUBT 50 IS A MACHINE (NOT A RAPPER A MACHINE) 50 JUST WANTS TO TAKE DOWN DEF JAM PROBLEY BECAUSE THEY GAVE YOU KNOW WHO THEIR START(JA),ALSO I BET 50 HAS ANGRY TOWARDS THEM BECAUSE THEY PROBLEY NEVER WANT TO SIGN HIM FROM THE LATE 90'S....SHIT CARZY RIGHT...THE REAL QUESTION IS WHILE THEIR TAKING SUBLIMINAL SHOTS A JAY HOW IS THIS GONNA EFFECT THE BUSINESS THAT JAY AND 50 WHERE GONNA DO FOR FREEWAY SUPPOSEABLE THAT WAS GONNA BE 50/50 DEFJAM/GUNIT????HOLLA IF YOU FEEL ME...

    LL LOST HIS MIND....YOU KNOW 50 LOVES THE POWER HIS HAS RIGHT MOBB DEEP IN HIS POCKET NOW COACHING ONE OF THE ILLEST EMCEE'S ...DAMM FIRST YOU GET THE MONEY THEN YOU GET THE POWER THEN YOU POCKET EVERYBODY AND THE ONES WHO NEVER SHOWED YOU LOVE YOU SHELF THEM...UNDERSTAND WHAT THAT MEANS SHELF..THEM...

    H.

    Posted by: HELL at September 4, 2006 02:59 PM

    THAT REAL TALK BLACK FRIDAY THESE NIGGAZ UNDERNEATH IT ALL ARE JEALOUS OF JAY Z AND HIS SUCESS. THS FAILURE OF DMX AND LL LAST ALBUM JUST PROVE JAY Z WAS RIGHT FOR NOT FUCKING PUSHING THEIR CORNY ASS ALBUM
    LIKE THE LATE AND GREAT 2PAC SAID ALL U OLD NIGGAZ NEED 2 BEAT IT

    Posted by: dalivest at September 4, 2006 03:03 PM

    50 AND JAY R PRODUCIN ALBUMS 2GETHER SO I DONT KNO WHAT THE PROBLEM IS! I THINK PPL R OVER EXAGERRATIN THE SITUATION!

    =TAH=

    Posted by: TahJack50n at September 4, 2006 03:31 PM

    Damn...
    50 Cent can turn put a battery on anyone's back and tuen them into a camera stunting puppet. Now LL bitching... I thought that he would be above this sort of gimmick. He must really be desperate. On some real shit, he really got nothing to bitch about. As long as he been in the game, he should be a record label owner or producer himself. Don't they get it? All this feuding is just hurting their own record sales and their public image. 50 is single-handedly destroying the birthplace of hip-hop, and it's like no one can see it.

    Now this nigga is working with Chamillionaire, only to exploit his feelings against Paul Wall and Swisha House. If this nigga falls for this shit, he'll be show just how instrumental 50 is in dismantling the Houston Hip-Hop scene. It's wild how everybody points fingers at the South, but ignore 50 Cent's tactics to keep confusion and destroy Hip-Hop.

    Posted by: Versatile at September 4, 2006 03:32 PM

    man i dont like 50 cent but if 50 and ll cool j take down def jams im all for it jay z is a very shady person.

    Posted by: non e at September 4, 2006 03:36 PM

    man i dont like 50 cent but if 50 and ll cool j take down def jams im all for it jay z is a very shady person.

    Posted by: non e at September 4, 2006 03:36 PM

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