This ones for all you animals that will be hunting for prey tonight. If you’re looking for a buss down, you might as well go for gold. Scroll down and see the quality of females that will be strolling the strips tonight out in the wild.
Waka Flocka has replaced Soulja Boy in my musical collections. Since this is the most ignorant time of the year, I’m giving Deandre another chance with this one. Tracklist and download below.
01. Soulja Boy – Intro (1:38)
02. Soulja Boy – Gold On Deck [Produced By Soulja Boy] (4:21)
03. Soulja Boy – Smoking Session [Produced By Lil Keis] (3:58)
04. Soulja Boy – Swim [Produced By Soulja Boy] (3:58)
05. Soulja Boy – Hustler [Produced By Lil Keis] (5:12)
06. Soulja Boy – In My Own Lane (3:38)
07. Soulja Boy – No Instruments (4:13)
08. Soulja Boy – I Will [Produced By Soulja Boy] (3:29)
09. Soulja Boy – Jock The Steezo [Produced By Soulja Boy] (3:18)
10. Soulja Boy – Boss [Produced By Sonny Digital] (1:35)
11. Soulja Boy – Don’t Sleep (Feat. Young Lo) (3:07)
12. Soulja Boy – Thats My Nigga (4:18)
13. Soulja Boy – Gold Mouth (4:18)
14. Soulja Boy – Swagg Daddy [Produced By Soulja Boy] (3:29)
15. Soulja Boy – Swagg Mobb (Feat. Sean Kingston, Young Lo & KwonyCash) (3:46)
16. Soulja Boy – F.A.N. [Produced By DJ Mustard] (3:12)
17. Soulja Boy – P.A.P.E.R (I Sell Swag) [Produced By Soulja Boy] (3:22)
18. Soulja Boy – Owe Nobody Shit (3:27)
In 2007 FORBES released the first ever Hip-Hop Cash Kings list, an annual accounting of hip-hop’s top earners. The top three on the list Jay-Z, 50 Cent and Diddy-created a song called “I Get Money (The Forbes 1-2-3 Remix)” to mark the occasion. Five years later, the same trio has amassed the most cash in the past half-decade. Jay-Z leads the pack with $251 million, thanks largely to a bevy of deals including a 10-year, $150 million pact with Live Nation (for more, see my Jay-Z biography Empire State of Mind). Next up is 50 Cent at $216 million, roughly half that sum coming from the sale of his VitaminWater stake in 2007. Diddy rounds out the top three at $158 million, boosted in recent years by his lucrative Ciroc vodka agreement.
Rap Up: New Music (Crooked I, Tony Williams & More)
211 malt liquor is the devil’s way of cleansing us. My hatred for the Lakers is deeply rooted within my soul. Apollo The Great can rap for real. We still don’t have universal health care. Add-2 brought up a good point… we went from calling each other brothers and sisters to dogs and bitches. The concept of narrating the show by using Dexter’s thoughts is ingenious. Fuck a blog dawg, one day we gon meet.
A.P. – Lightskinned Death
Apollo The Great – HYNJ
Cassidy ft. Jag – Trappin/Clappin
Crooked I – C.O.B. Motto
J The S – WTF
Sheek Louch – Celebrate Freestyle
Tony Williams ft. Chip Tha Ripper & Fonzworth Bentley – Marsha Brady
Kimberly Vanilla is a 21 year old model from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia but currently resides in Los Angeles. We spoke to her about hip-hop, success, sports and more.
What is the last song you listened to?
The Real Her – Drake feat. Lil Wayne & Andre 3000, this Drake album been on heavy repeat.
Who is your favorite artist of all time? …and right now?
It’s hard to pick an all time favorite artist because I like a lot of different genres, but it’d have to be a tie between Slum Village & A Tribe Called Quest. My favorite artists right now would be Jay-Z, Kanye and Drake.
What’s your definition of success?
To me, the definition of success is only evident when you love what you do and you’re completely content with your life.
What or who inspires you?
Ambition. Meeting ambitious people drive me to persevere more, that encouragement is the greatest inspiration you can ever have. When someone believes in you and what you do, that’s true inspiration.
Are you a fan of sports… if so what are your favorite teams?
Big basketball fan. Thank GOD it’s back, did that lockout drive you crazy? Been a Laker fan ever since I started watching, you know what I’ll be doing Christmas day.
What’s one article of clothing or accessory that you can’t go without?
My stunnas. I never leave the house without my shades. I feel naked without em. Aside that, my Chanel stud earrings.
What do you want to be remembered for?
Being the baddest ride or die chick.
What’s one thing you’re attracted to?
Confidence, not arrogance. There’s a very fine line between the two. Also, boys who say “please” and “thank you”.
Mixtape: Fabolous – There Is No Competition 3 (No DJ)
Now we can enjoy Fab’s newest mixtape without the random screaming and rewinds from DJ Drama. I wasn’t really feeling the tape at first (minus the last few songs) but maybe with out the added distractions I can focus on more of Fabs bars.
Download: Fabolous – There Is No Competition 3 (No DJ)
Video: Nitty Scott, MC Speaks About Females In Hip-Hop, Selling Out & Freestyles
Thisis50 & Young Jack Thriller recently spoke with Nitty Scott, MC. She speaks on Nicki Minaj comparisons, female hip-hop, doing it for more than the money, spits a freestyle, the evolution of hip-hop, what sh is mixed with, her first rap name, her breakout point, her new mixtape “Doobies and Popsicle Sticks “& much more!