Rap artist Trax A Trillion is back with another track titled "86 give no fucks" Produced by Beats by Eclipse.Video by The Board of Sound and Light. Support by streaming, downloading his music on iTunes, and sharing his latest video.
The concept of Hilarious music video is about working in a restaurant! Any one who has worked in the service industry or had a terrible boss can relate to this song!!!! Based on a true story! Make sure you check it out.
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HBO has announced that it will soon be airing another J. Cole documentary.
"J. Cole: 4 Your Eyez Only, A Dreamville Film" will be the follow-up to the 2016 film that documented Cole's intimate process as he completed his 2014 Forest Hills Drive project. On Friday, March 24, the cable premium network unveiled plans to premier the film on Saturday, April 15 at 10 p.m. Eastern time. As was the case with the Forest Hills Drive documentary, 4 Your Eyez Only will let fans into Cole's world as he travels the state's performing, but will also have a significant social slant.
“The documentary promises to illustrate how their struggles over viable housing, voting laws for felons, integration, and more mirror the frustrations felt across the nation,” it was reported by Entertainment Weekly.
J. Cole: 4 Your Eyez Only follows up the December release of the album, which was actually preceded by a documentary; a 40-minute short titled Eyez. The directing of both documentaries are credited to Cole himself and partner Scott Lazer.
According to TMZ, the Washington D.C. girls who have gone missing are not victims of any kidnapping crimes, rather, they have run away from their homes. A police spokesperson said the number of missing peoples in Washington D.C., 38, is consistent with that of the past. An outcry of help has spread throughout all of social media in the last few days, all aimed at helping gain recognition to the case.
D.C. authorities said in a statement that they handle thousands of missing person cases a year and virtually all of them are solved. Stay tuned for more updates on the story.
Check this video out of Spiderman repping New York to the fullest, sporting his Yankee fitted and crispy wheat timberlands as he displays his acrobatic prowess. Drop your thoughts in the comments.
Professor Griff of Public Enemy sat down with Vlad to speak about his role in Public Enemy and explained the reasoning behind him getting kicked out of Public Enemy. Griff details Chuck D and Flav getting a deal from Def Jam and how Rick Rubin didn't want Flav to be a part of the group because they understand his purpose. He goes on to explain that Public Enemy was the first group to bring uzis on stage and speak on Black Power while detailing the timeline of hip hop and the Black revolutionary movement. Check out the full interview!
It has been months since tensions between Funk Flex and Drake came to a head at his New York stop along the Summer Sixteen Tour last summer. Animosity between the Hot 97 radio host and the OVO rapper had been long building, resulting in Drizzy dedicating much of his early August weekend discrediting the whole station's brand before sold out Madison Square Garden crowds, and attending after parties hosted by rival DJs. Flex, for his part, continued to heckle Drake with ghostwriting rumors that he claimed to date back to the rapper's very first freestyle on his show.
Flex was back to poking at his unrequited muse on Friday, March 23; reposting Kendrick Lamar's "The Heart, Part 4" single, and tagging the More Life rapper in its caption, with a message that seemed to serve in associating Drake as the possible target of some of the battle ready bars sniping from its verses, while warning him that he might want no parts of the action. "Hey big guy not sure if you're busy but Kendrick put an interesting tune out... u busy??? UPDATED: I just listened again... just pretend like he's not talking to u... this might pass.. real talk," Flex wrote.
Fans and hip hop publications alike have been trying to decipher whether K. Dot is trying to bait a rival in the song and if so, to distinguish who it might be. It is clear that the menacing lyricist took aim at President Donald Trump, but he expands beyond politics with battle rap rhymes that gloat about rap supremacy and throw caution to the wind that might apply towards anyone for whom the shoe fits. Reference is made to Eminem and Jay-Z in a fashion which shows a clear attempt by Kendrick to position himself as "King," and he literally lays claim to "greatest rapper alive," but there doesn't seem to be allusions made that can be pinned towards a clear target. There is, however, one scheme throughout which Kendrick channels a writer in his process, dialoguing with his self-conscious as he scrutinizes the rhymes he is putting down on paper. "Look at the crowd, they— (Nah, I don't like that)/ Look at my smile, I'm smirkin'/ Calm but urgent (That ain't the style, fuck!)/ So many verses, you live in denial (Fuck!)/ So many verses, I never run out (What?)," he spits, before implying that there is someone out there hearing the verse, to whom it applies. "You makin' him nervous, the music is loud," a third party whispers on the track. Question is, could that have been Kendrick's own spin on the knock against Drake not writing his own rhymes? Or would such an assumption be a reach?
Whatever the case it is clear that Flex is getting back in the business of setting up rap's next possible feud. His problem with Drake in 2016 stemmed in part from Ebro Darden attempting to do the same, when he went on air and speculated that Drake had been going at Eminem; a claim which he didn't take lightly, and proceeded to charge Hot 97 with attempting to manufacture beef. It was at that point that Flex and Drake picked up where they left off with their history of hostilities. With Drake having just released More Life to record streaming numbers and K. Dot promising fireworks on April 7, we will soon find out where he truly might have been going with "The Heart, Part 4," and whether Flex placed his finger directly on the hot button.
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