Sorry 4 the Wait 2

While his album Tha Carter V awaits a release date, Lil Wayne appeases his fans over with his mixtape Sorry 4 the Wait 2. It has features by Drake, 2 Chainz, Shanell, Mack Maine, and alleded boo thang Christina Milian. Download below:



When you think of MC’s that come from Bed Stuy, Brooklyn, legendary names such as JAY Z, Big Daddy Kane, and Notorious B.I.G comes to mind.  But in 2015, there are a new wave of up and coming MC’s coming out the Stuy and they are ready to make their mark.  One artist being $lick Pu$ha, the young MC with the pretty boy swag and fiery flow is on the horizon.  $LICK PU$HA started rhyming when he was 17, but just used it as a hobby.  He was always more of an athlete growing up.

$LICK would always write rhymes but never took it seriously.  Now at age 20, he is  evolving into an artist that wants to be remembered for his music .  He respects anybody that has turned a negative into a positive and coming from the streets of Bed Stuy, that is exactly what $LICK PU$HA has done.  His number one goal is to be remembered for his music and for people to understand his overall presence as not just a talented artist but a real person.

Expect big things to come from $LICK PUSHA!!  Make sure you look out for his new video for his new single “Wait on It,” dropping Feb. 1st.  Check out the single below:



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Whitney Met With Mixed Reviews

The highly anticipated Whitney Houston biopic ‘Whitney’ aired on Lifetime Saturday night to mixed reviews.
Unlike Lifetime’s Wendy Williams produced Aaliyah biopic, Angela Basset received a much warmer welcome for her Whitney Houston biopic.

While there were many complaints that the feature was way too short and focused too much on Bobby Brown and not enough on Whitney fans on social media were pleased with YaYa DeCosta’s portrayal of Whitney Houston and with Deborah Cox’s vocals.

A$AP Yams Sudden Death Shocks Hip Hop Community

A$AP Mob founder Steven ‘A$AP Yams’ Rodriguez found dead in New York…

Details are sketchy but multiple sources have confirmed that A$AP Yams has died. He was 26.

According to reports Yams struggled with his sobriety and entered rehab in July 2014 however his very last Tweet, “Bodeine Brazy,” has caused speculation that he may have relapsed.


August Alsina was involved in a fight backstage at the “State of Emergency 2″ concert on Saturday night at Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis.

According to TMZ, who obtained the footage, August and his team got into it with the show’s promoter, Loose Cannon Slim. Slim was reportedly upset at August for showing up late.

After exchanging some heated words, punches were thrown and a shirtless August jumped in, while a member of his crew tried to hold him back. Slim was knocked to the ground and a woman is heard screaming, “Get off of him!”

Fabolous, who was also on the bill, can be seen watching from the side with a drink in hand. Proceeds from the show went to Put Down the Pistol, an anti-gun violence program supported by the local community and police departments.

Watch August’s backstage brawl below:


Fingers Hurting

After announcing his mixtape release date, Lil Wayne debuts the full version of “Fingers Hurting,” from his is Sorry 4 the Wait 2 trailer.

Weezy gets back into mixtape mode and whips up some menacing rhymes as he rhymes over ILoveMakonnen’s Metro Boomin-produced track “Maneuvering,”

Sorry 4 the Wait 2 drops Tuesday, Jan. 20.