Chief Keef Signed To Interscope Records

Chief Keef told MTV he inked a deal with Interscope Records. Um, Would this another artist sitting on the shelf for tax deductions or this is serious? But mean while at MTV, Keef says: “I’ve been talkin’ to a lot of labels, but I just noticed that Interscope got people like 50, Eminem. They was talkin’ good to me. They was talkin’ like I was talkin’ and I liked that. All these other labels, I was talkin’ to ‘em, but it’s time... Read More

50 cent being sued for the “I Get Money” record

An upcoming rapper out of Atlanta named Young Caliber, filed the copyright infringement lawsuit this morning against 50 Cent, alleging that Fiddy had no claim to his “I Get Money” track as he purchased it from producer Apex before he recorded.  There will be some major consequences  for both Fiddy and the proudcer as well as Interscope Records and its subsidiares. Young’s lawyer released a statement this morning stating “The... Read More

Dr. Dre Reacts To 50 Cent's Twitter Dis

On Tuesday night, Dr. Dre was caught off guard when leaving Hollywood’s Boa Steakhouse. TMZ took the time to ask what West Coast rap veteran thought about 50 Cent’s Twitter rant regarding the launch of his own headphone line, Sleek by 50. “I have no idea what you’re talking about,” Dre answered. Dre had “no idea” that the Queens rapper was launching his own line of  headphones, “Is he? I’ve... Read More

[VIDEO] Exclusive: Jim Jones & Freekey Zekey presents Sen City Til The Lights Turn Out mixtape (trailer)

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KELIS GET 51K FOR CHILD SUPPORT

The ruling came after two days of testimony about the musicians, during which both were portrayed as cash-strapped. Nas had been paying Kelis nearly $40,000 a month since July. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David S. Cunningham III issued his ruling after hearing detailed testimony about the musicians’ finances, recording deals and significant tax debts. Nas and Kelis both were in court and testified Wednesday.Nas’ attorney, Mark Vincent... Read More