Young Jeezy tells Bootleg Kev he’s going 4 for 4 with his fourth solo album, Thug Motivation 103: A Hustler’s Ambition!
Listen to Young Jeezy’s interview with Bootleg Kev below:
Jeezy’s album TM103: A Hustler’s Ambition is available Sept. 20th!
In a new interview with XXL, Bow Wow explains why he wants to see Jay-Z vs Lil Wayne — (we do too… in any kind of form — it doesn’t necessarily have to be a rap battle!)
“From the fans’ perspective, I look at it as this is something they want,” Bow said. “Why not? Battle rapping has been going on in hip-hop since it was created. This is something that’s been in our sport for years. Any time you rap, especially for guys, we already feel like we the best, anyway. ‘My car better than yours, my girl finer than yours.’ So, guys, we already competitive as it is. But in this sport, or any type of field where there’s a lot of people that do what you do, you’re going to want to be the best. We see the Patriots going at the Giants,” he said. ”We seen two good teams always go at each other, so how come two great rappers can’t go at each other? You have two giants going at each other. To me it’s all competitive, it’s a form of art, it’s rap, it’s something we seen before. But, if you’re gonna do it, then, do it.”
Yup, Kris Humphries ended up on a flight with Ray J.! Kris had to be feeling a way knowing Ray J. smashed his wife and turned her into a mega-star! Didn’t Ray J. allegedly text Kim Kardashian, asking for a thanks, a few weeks ago before her wedding!? I wonder what the conservation was like when Kris spotted Ray J. on the plane! Honestly, Kris should’ve asked for Ray J’s autograph, instead of pretending like he didn’t know him!
Nothing is worse than sitting next to someone on a plane who has a sex tape with your wife. Kris Humphries was stone-faced seated next to Kim Kardashian’s ex, Ray J, on a Delta flight Sunday from LA to New Orleans. Humphries, who boarded in Minneapolis, was in an aisle seat across from the singer in first class. Humphries sat there for a few minutes before moving to a seat in front of Ray J.
After minutes of “awkward silence,” Ray J walked up to Humphries’ seat to congratulate him, but Kris acted like he didn’t recognize him. According to a source, “Ray J said, ‘Come on, you know who I am. I just want to say congratulations.’ Then Kris, realizing he was cornered, said, ‘Oh yeah, yeah, I’m sorry I know who you are.’ ” – New York Post
Here’s the second visual for Ima Boss by Meek Mill featuring Rick Ross! It doesn’t make sense why Meek Mill shot another video for Ima Boss. This seems like a waste of budget money. #justsayin
The Game’s “The R.E.D. Album” album arrives at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 98,000 according to Nielsen SoundScan, marking the rapper’s third chart-topping set following 2005’s “The Documentary” and 2007’s “Doctor’s Advocate.” His last album, “LAX,” started at No. 2 in 2008 with 239,000 according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Last week’s No. 1, Jay-Z & Kanye West’s “Watch the Throne,” slides to No. 2 this week with 94,000 (down 47%). The set has shifted 707,000 in its three weeks of release.
After several conflicting reports, T.I. was released from prison this morning!
T.I. tweeted the following message moments ago:
The storm is over & da sun back out. IT’S OUR TIME TO SHINE SHAWTY!!!!! Welcome to the beginning of our Happy Ending!!!!
Feels great to be back where I belong…Back in the arms of those who need me the most.
Just got up to Ghetto featuring Big Sean — this free album from The-Dream aka Terius Nash is definitely sounding worth a download! Here’s a link to The-Dream’s latest project called 1977: