We Been Gone Exclusive: Interview With Nitty Scott M.C.
Nitty Scott M.C. is a female rapper that was “born in Michigan, made in Florida and paid in New York.” She hit the scene a few months back and opened ears with her freestyles over Monster and Deep Cover in which she showcased her ability to rhyme and say something meaningful in the process. As far as the future of hip-hop is concerned, Nitty Scott is a bright young talent that’s leading the way. Nitty is not your typical female rapper that glorifies how good her body is. Instead she utilizes the power of her mind and empowers young women. We had the chance to catch up with the young star and ask her about her career, influences, success and how she gets down. Hit the jump below to check out the interview.
Earlier this morning I got a call from one of my guys in Minnesota saying Gudda Gudda got his chained snatched. To protect the innocent I won’t use his name but he is a reputable source. This is what he told me:
Last night, Young Money hosted a show at Club Olmeca in Burnsville, MN which isn’t too far from the Twin Cities. Gudda Gudda and Mack Maine headlined the show and performed all of YM’s hits. Gudda was sporting a yellow gold dog tag with the YM emblem covered in black and red diamonds. During their performance of the song “Bedrock” a Cambodian blood gang that goes by the name G.M.F. began to flex their muscles. One member of G.M.F. snatched Gudda’s chain and jumped off stage. Gudda proceeded to jump into the crowd and strike the chain snatcher 3 to 4 times before security stepped in. The club broke into mayhem as the G.M.F. began fighting security. I was told the chain snatcher got beat up pretty badly but Gudda’s chain was no where to be found. This morning Gudda tweeted “Great show in Minnesota until this bum ass nigga tried to snatch my chain and didnt make it out the club wit it! Nice try pussy!”
It’s 2011 and rappers are still getting their chains taken? In public? These guys need to realize that people are hungry and will do whatever to whoever to eat. A lot of the times something like this happens because the artist acts as if he is untouchable or above the fans. Now we would all like to believe Gudda recovered his chain but my source tells me that is untrue. So until the chain is spotted (most likely in a WSHH video posted by the robbers) the dog tags will be a Young Berg mystery. Hit the jump below to see some footage from the show and view Gudda’s tweets this morning.
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We Been Gone Exclusive: J. Cole Live Performances in Boulder
J. Cole performing “A Dollar And A Dream” off of his Warm Up mixtape which broke him into the game.
The concert was everything I expected and more. The opening acts (CJ Hilton, K. Michelle) were better than most shows. He kept the energy high throughout the whole concert. If J. Cole is coming to your city I suggest you go check out the show; you won’t be disappointed. Cole World! Hit the jump for a list of songs he performed and his “I Ain’t Mad At Cha” performance.