The homie S.e.Vear drops a new video for his new track 96 Jay-Z Flow. He takes it to the next level on this joint and drop bars that can’t be matched. He roll dice with the homies, collects money and take a ride. Press play to watch the video and listen to the track bar for bar!
50 Cent sits down with Power 106 and when asked who he would f*ck, marry and kill between the choices of Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and Iggy Azalea he gives a surprising answer. Fif actually puts some thought into it and makes a final decision.
The Crown Heights MC, Troy Ave, got that old school Bad Boy sound on this track, Your Style, so P. Diddy and Ma$e had no choice, but to jump on the remix. They bring T.I. along for the ride.
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Yesterday, Angie Martinez announced her departure from her long standing at Hot 97, but obviously she sees the sinking ship over at Hot 97 and made the decision to join its biggest rival, Power 105.1.
Many thought Angie was giving up radio and moving on to new ventures, but surprisingly Clear Channel has made the announcement that Angie will be a part of the afternoon show at Power 105.1 and will be simulcasted in Miami at the sister station, The Beat 103.5.
For many years, Hot 97 has been struggling to get New York listeners tuned in and have miserably failed. It’s apparent they don’t have New Yorkers ears anymore and Angie being the forward thinker she is made the brave decision to turn her back on the company who propelled her career and partner with the competition.
I’m sure this is shaking things up at Hot 97 and other’s may be thinking the same as Angie, but if you know anything about corporate, then I’m sure they’ll make employees sign a non-compete agreement soon, barring any of their current staff from jumping ship and signing on with a local radio station for at least one year after they quit Hot 97.
Angie will be on air at Power 105.1 from 2-6p. Congrats to her for stepping out on faith. She’ll be good no matter what. It hasn’t been announced when she begins her new role at Power 105.1, but I’m sure she’ll need some time to demagnetize and disassociate herself from the Hot 97 brand.
Radio host Angie Martinez ends her Hot 97 career at the age of 43 to start a new chapter in her life. She started at Hot 97 at the age of 18, running around as a youngin’ on the street team. It gets emotional at the radio station as people say their farewell’s to the legend.
Angie hasn’t announced what’s next for her, but reminds everyone she will be doing big things once again. The radio hasn’t announced who will take her place or what they will do during the hours of the Angie Martinez Show, but sure they’ll figure it out!
Peace to the legend! Angie had some of the best interviews and best relationships with some of the artists. She was one of the few who could get Jay-Z to open up about his personal life. She’s interviewed, Biggie and Pac. She’s got down to the real of some of the biggest rap beefs.
New York won’t feel the same without her voice on the airwaves. Salute Angie! Wish you nothing, but the best! Good luck on all your future endeavors.
Today I resigned from HOT97. I am grateful to the Emmis family for my time with the company and… http://t.co/5qCIBYySEk
— Angie Martinez (@angiemartinez) June 18, 2014
The Breakfast Club catches up with Slow from the Slowbucks clothing brand to talk about getting jumped on the Summer Jam stage and getting his chain snatched. He also speaks about the snitching rumors and opening a civil lawsuit and investigation on 50 Cent and his crew. He also chat about getting money and how well the Slowbucks brand is doing.
Dame Dash is back on his Harlem ish. He talks greasy and tell cats how to Flip, while putting the homie Sen City on the vocals. Dame gives advice and says never stash, but instead flip your money. He says keep a bad chick with style and looks, because she’ll keep you balanced and will remain loyal as long as you hold her down. He says, n*ggas are the new b*tches. lol.
Ying! Ying! Ying! on a muthaf*cker. The Game brings out the chainsaw and lets loose on his newest track. He gives us the visuals to his joint Bigger Than Me. It’s obvious he’s getting at n*ggas and calling Frank Ocean out. He gives a shout out to 50 Cent, so it seems, although Game hasn’t reunited with the G-Unit camp, he’s still got love for the crew.
Kevin Liles sits down with Revolt TV and discuss his label, 300 Entertainment, which is co-owned with Lyor Cohen and Todd Moscowitz. Kevin mentions that Atlanta based rapper Young Thug is signed to his new label, which is surprising, because many thought he was signed with 1087 Bricksquad, since Gucci Mane co-signs him often and associates Thugga to his label.
Young Thug was also associated with Ca$h Money, after pics surfaced of him and Baby flicking it up together. This raised questions about Young Thug being signed to Ca$h Money or YMCMB.
Kevin clears up all confusion and lets it be known that Thugga is a part of 300 Entertainment’s roster. He also names the ATL rap group, Migos as being signed to 300. Kevin explains how his new company works and signs deals. It’s a different approach than traditional industry deals.
Joell Ortiz releases the visuals for his track House Slippers, which is a direct shot at the finicky music business and home of shady deals. Ortiz goes in on this joint and shares advice to aspiring artist trying to get a foothold in the rap game.