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Many debated throughout the web have been stating that Max is a no name rapper that has no chance at all at winning. Some feel this lawsuit is more hilarious than the one from the inmate who expected cash because he had the same name as Mike Rowe.
Also, Wiz Khalifa has just signed Juicy J from Three 6 Mafia to his label so he does not need this kind of pressure right now. But, from what I have ran across on the web a lot of people feel as though Max Warren is an “in the way hater”. This type of media can be both good and bad for Wiz Khalifa. This is because it can cause people who are unfamiliar with him to feel as though he feels as though he has done something that he is going to get away with. No one seems to be on Max Warren’s side as of yet so we will just have to wait and see where this lawsuit heads. Either Max Warren will back down or Wiz Khalifa will end up paying Max Warren half of the money that he has worked so hard to receive.
We will follow back up on this story at a later time.
One of those rumors followed five-time Grammy award winning female recording artist/ rapper Ms. Melissa Arniette Elliote also known as Missy Elliot or Misdemeanor was said to have died less than a week ago. Missy addressed and ended the rumor on her twitter, letting worried fans know she’s here.
The next performer that is said to have died close to 3 or 4 days ago is the greatly popular Todd Anthony Shaw better known as Too $hort. Fan was out raged about the rumor, but Mr. Too $hort had assure and put many fans mind at ease by jokingly twitting “Stop calling my phone. I’m not dead. Been in the lab working on my 19th album #NoTrespassing in stores Feb 2012,” and “Are U serious? How did they say I died this time? And when did wikipidia & twitter become reliable news sources???” .
The Last Death rumor goes out to Mr. Aliaune Damala Badara Thiam, best known as Akon, who was pronounced died on January 30th, of the year 2008 due to a car crash, which was proved to be nothing more than another rumor.
I really don’t understand why people start death rumors of famous people, when all it does is help them in the long run. It doesn’t hurt them it just get their name out more and there music listened to, so why waste time on death rumors with no proof nor evidence.
The church was filled to capacity with friends and family, both local and famous. Some of the famous attendees present to pay their last respects were Sean Diddy Combs, Will Smith, Al Sharpton, Usher, Queen Latifah, Rosie Perez and John Legend. There was even a letter of condolences sent from the Obama family.
Heavy D touched so many lives in so many different ways. He was very influential to the growth of the New Jack Swing rap movement in the late 80s and early 90s. Some of his more popular songs include Now that We Found Love and Nuttin' but Love. As people remembered him, his thoughtfulness and kindness were touched upon quite often.
Diddy talked about his positive influence and the fact that Heavy was a great friend to share all of his hopes and dreams with. The rap world has suffered a great loss. We will miss you Dwight Heavy D Myers and your legecy lives on through your music and your beautiul daughter.
A special fund has been set up for the financial aid of Heavy D's daughter, Xea Myers. Xea is 11 years old and you can learn more about the fund by visiting www.rememberheavyd.com.
When Brian Bradley walked on the stage he was quickly scrutinized by the panel of judges whose first thoughts may have been regarding his young age and then his talent as a rapper. Astro confused the audience when he seemed to focus an attack on Simon. His attention grabbing antics drew live and television audiences to the edges of their seats and eventually on their feet as he performed his original song "Stop Looking at My mom."
He has the air of an individual older that his 14 years. He is mature and focused on what he wants to do and he is unwavering in he style that he has. His stage presence is amazing and he is simply fun to watch. He has fun on that stage. I can only imagine that pressure that he may feel as he performs in from of millions every week and most importantly, his mom.
His lively performances made LA Reid's decision to push him into his top 12 easily. He remains in the competition as the only rap act. We wish you good luck Astro! America loves you!
So good on Kanye, and best of luck to the rest of the Occupy Wall Street participants who continue to stick it out for the long haul against the corrupted powers that be.
Check out a brief video of the rapper hanging out amidst the New York crowd below.
For one thing when he debuted he was the right rapper at the right time. Rap was inching into the mainstream; but it needed a catalyst to propel into the news and the pop charts. Enter Eminem with his great lyrical skill, shocking lyrics, and great beat from Dr. Dre. He was unstoppable. From 1999 to 2005 there wasn’t a bigger artist and when he made a genuine return in 2010 he regained the top spot like he hadn’t left.
Let me explain. The great artists connect on a level that has nothing to with musicianship. It’s not about authenticity. A subject far too many artists get hung up on; trying to prove they are just like us. No, what Eminem has done is become a reflection of us. He projects our struggles, our anger, and our frustrations. And better yet he shows us what it looks like to overcome it. And I believe that is what keeps bringing his audience back to him. He reminds us of us and in the same breath shows us what we can accomplish. And that’s why on a rough week you’ll find Eminem in rotation on my IPod because there is no better music to motivate yourself to. Its great therapy to hear someone vent your anger for you and at the same time motivates you to overcome it.
Most folks probably know Donald Glover best as Troy on NBC's sleeper hit Community. He also performs as a solo rap artist under the name Childish Gambino. His single "Freaks and Geeks" stands as a fantastic intersection of hip hop and nerd culture. I don't believe I'd heard getting laid described in Batman mythology terms before but there you go. The video features Donald running around a warehouse like a hyperactive ten-year-old in a red hoodie. Great stuff all around.
MED seems like a guy whose been past over one too many times. This track isn't brand spanking new - there is a pending album, though. Everything from the production MED chooses to the vaguely soulsonic hook to his raps, it all works. Maybe it will commercially.