Tuesday 5 June 2012

Jimmy Henchman Guilty On All Charges

 The trial of James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond ended today in  Brooklyn federal court.
A jury found Rosemond guilty of all 13 charges against him, for  heading up the “Rosemond Organization.”
Federal prosecutors claim the organization shipped hundreds of kilograms on a weekly basis from the West Coast, using various overnight courier services.
The drugs were then shipped to New York, while the proceeds were sent back to the West Coast.
Rosemond was emotionless when the jurors reached their verdict, while his family friends and supporters showed their emotions.
Rosemond was the CEO of Czar Entertainment, which at its height, managed artists like Akon, Brandy, Groove Theory, Gucci Mane, Game, Michael K. Williams, Mike Tyson,and numerous others.
Rosemond is facing life in prison. He will be sentenced at a later date.

Wednesday 31 August 2011

T.I. Is Back Released From Prison Today

Rap Daily:The release date for T.I. was correct, as the rapper has officially been released from prison, one month early.

T.I. was released from prison today, after serving 11 months in prison for drug possession while being on probation.

According to reports, T.I. was released from the Forrest city, Arkansas prison around 7:30 AM this morning.

T.I. took to Twitter, where he expressed joy for being reunited with his family.

"Feels great to be back where I belong...Back in the arms of those who need me the most," T.I. tweeted. "The storm is over & da sun back out. IT'S OUR TIME TO SHINE SHAWTY!!!!! Welcome to the beginning of our Happy Ending!!!!"

Tuesday 16 August 2011

Birdman Has Yet To Pay $8 Million For Maybach

 Rap Daily: The $8,000,000 Maybach Exelero that rapper Bryan “Birdman” Williams was supposed to purchase is still up for sale, according to the luxury vehicle's over.

Birdman announced that he was purchasing the one-of-a-kind Maybach for $8,000,000, along with plans to customize the car and paint it red.

But a representative for the European entrepreneur who owns the car told magazine MotorAuthority that Birdman has yet to pay for the pricey vehicle.

Reps for Arnaud Massartic said the expensive Maybach Exelero was still on the market and up for sale.

The Maybach Exelero was a concept car th
at was created by Fulda in 2005, to test its high-speed tires. 

LAPD Investigate Game Over Tweet That Jammed Emergency Phone Lines

Rap Daily: Compton rapper Game is in trouble again with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, after he sent a tweet out containing the department's number, which jammed emergency lines for hours yesterday.

Game sent out a series of tweets during an exchange with one of his  followers on Twitter.

In one of the messages, the rapper listed the departments number and suggested fans call for internships.

Thousands of fans created what has been labeled a “telephone flash mob,” which overwhelmed the Los Angeles County Sheriff's emergency phone system.

According to LA County Sheriff spokesperson Lieut. Suzan Young, the phone started ringing around 5:20 PM yesterday and were jammed for almost two hours, delaying emergency calls.

According to the Los Angeles Times, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is opening an investigation into the incident.

Game commented on the issue on his twitter page early this morning.

"Y'all can track a tweet down but cant solve murders," Game sneered. "Dat was an accident but maybe now yall can actually do yall job! P.S. who killed Biggie & Pac?"

Tuesday 2 August 2011

Schoolly D Reacts To Andres Breivik Quoting His Lyrics

Rap Daily: Philadelphia rap legend Schoolly D. has responded to terrorist Anders Behring Breivik, who quoted the rapper's lyrics in his infamous “Manifesto” after committing mass murder in Oslo, Norway last week.

Breivik's "Manifesto" references a 2003 essay by scholar John H. McWhorter, titled “How Hip-Hop Holds Blacks Back.”

Although Breivik does not give credit to McWhorter in the document, the Philadelphia City Paper noted that a portion of the “Manifesto” actually references Schoolly D.'s 1985 classic “PSK (What Does It Mean).”

The song is recognized by Hip-Hop historians as being the first “Gangsta rap” record.

"People who use Schoolly’s music to justify their own actions are saying that I thought that I was telling them to be a gang banger or worse," Schoolly D. told The City Paper."That’s horrible, that they are taking MY lyrics — not really listening and not really enjoying it — and just being sick. And sick and weird as they are, they are, they not really brave."

Schoolly claimed that those quoting his lyrics or referencing them to justify heinous acts such as the Oslo shooting/bombing, which took the lives of 77 people, were simply looking to justify their own immoral behavior.

"In the song 'PSK' the last thing I say is “I put the pistol down because I got a educated mind” nobody quotes that," Schooolly D. continued. "When they hear that, the people actually listening, then they say “oh now I get it….the people who gravitate toward one part of my lyrics or song aren’t really listening."
In the "Manifesto," Breivik says that media companies should censor the negative and instructive images that hip-hop music allegedly perpetuates.

"As for the fate of the hiphop industry; banning it altogether is not the optimal solution as it would cause overwhelming short term outcry and it would eliminate positive aspects as well…certain positive aspects of the hiphop movement should be allowed to survive such as break dance and positive genres of the music as long as it positively influences the self confidence of European youths and only if it can be re-defined as a European tradition and not portrayed as a ghetto/ethnic/multiculturalist lifestyle."

In the "Manifesto," Breivik said that he learned to train himself for the massacre by playing “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.”

Friday 29 July 2011

50 Cent: Refuses To Put Out Black Magic album

Rap Daily: 50 Cent claims to have scrapped putting out his new album, saying he "will not put out another album" due to an ongoing dispute with his label. "They dropped the ball with me one time too many," the rapper wrote on Twitter. "I apologise to all my fans."
50 has been beefing with Interscope Records for more than a month, accusing them of bungling the lead-up for what would be his fifth studio LP. Once described as a "dance album" called Black Magic, the rapper recently revealed he was moving in a different direction with a new title and "a whole different energy". "The Black Magic music, I have it, and I'll probably use it in, maybe, a film project," he told MTV News.
Whatever this new album sounds like, 50 Cent insists Interscope has been dragging its feet on its release. "Feels like they're moving in slow motion," he wrote in June, saying the LP could be delayed until 2012. "My whole career iv been doing shit and they have been playing catch up ... THEY BETTER WAKE UP AND WORK."
Although Interscope's Dr Dre and Jimmy Iovine later tried to smooth things over, 50 Cent's temper flared again this week. "Man I'm not releasing a album," he tweeted. "I can't believe Interscope is this f*cked up right now ... I will work with other artists on their projects but I will not put out another album." It didn't help that one of 50 Cent's new songs, I'm On It, appeared on filesharing sites on Wednesday. "I don't know how I can record 41 songs for my album and the one song I give Interscope leaks," he said. "I hate when I can't present my music the way I feel it should be."
The rapper threatened revenge by sharing an unreleased single by one of his bosses, Dr Dre. "[It's] a big song," he wrote, "[but] I just don't think it deserves a great set up [since] they can't seem to get it right when it comes to me." The rapper eventually backtracked, saying Dre "has done nothing but help me".
50 Cent's most recent LP, 2009's Before I Self Destruct, was the lowest-selling album of his career. It reached No 22 in the UK charts

Tuesday 26 July 2011

DMX Reps Deny Reports of Reality

 Rap Daily: Rapper DMX are hitting back at reports that he is in negotiations to star in a reality series  him with his children.

reports suggest that  DMX was in the process of filming a reality show titled “X–tended Family” which would feature DMX reuniting with 10 of his children, some of whom he had allegedly never met before.

According to DMX's official publicist, there is no reality show being produced around DMX's family at press time, and that source of the reports were most likely one of the rapper's disgruntled ex–girlfriend's.

Another source expounded on the bad information, allegedly released by one of DMX's ex's. 

"My guess is its coming from Yadia [one of (X's baby mama] and her people…this guy also set up a press conference that I had to shut down because X knew nothing about it," an official member of DMX's camp told AllHipHop.com.

Reps for DMX confirmed that he is in the recording studio, working on material for an upcoming album. 

The rapper is also in the process of booking his first tour since being released from prison on July 19th.

Saturday 23 July 2011

Amy Whinehouse Dead At 27: Stars Show Love

Rap Daily: TROUBLED pop star Amy Winehouse has been found dead at her home in Camden, north London.

The Rehab singer, 27, was discovered at the property in north London by emergency services at around 3.54pm this afternoon.A police statement said:
"Police were called by London Ambulance Service to an address in Camden Square NW1 shortly before 16.05hrs today, Saturday 23 July, following reports of a woman found deceased.
"On arrival officers found the body of a 27-year-old female who was pronounced dead at the scene.
Stars have took to twitter to show their grief and condolences 
Rick Ross tweeted "Wanted to collab w/ Amy Winehouse...r.i.p...smoking 1 in your memoryyy!!" 
Nas simply tweeted "R.I.P Amy Winehouse" Whilst rihanna took to her twitter to say
rihanna " U made a MAJAH impression on this industry and throughout the world, in such a short space of time...too short! "

Friday 22 July 2011

Witness Says Lil Boosie Paid Him $15G's To Kill Rapper

 Rap Daily: Rapper Lil Boosie is accused of paying $15,000 to have rival rapper named Nussie murdered.

Prosecutors played a videotaped statement from Michael “Marlo Mike” Louding in court this week.

Louding confessed to detectives that Lil Boosie wanted Nussie killed, after the rapper was allegedly disrespectful to one of Lil Boosie's associates during an altercation.

According to The Advocate, Lil Boosie hired Louding and another associated named Michael “Ghost” Judson to murder Nussie, as well as another man named Terry Boyd.

Only Michael Louding is on trial for the murder of Christopher “Nussie" Jackson, because Judson is dead.

Louding's trial for murdering Nussie is just the start, as he has been charged with five other murders between 2009 and 2010. 

Rapper Lil Boosie, born Torrence Hatch, is also charged with first-degree murder in one of the killings.

Prosecutors claim to have evidence that Lil Boosie hired Louding to shoot a man named Terry Boyd in October of 2009.

Lil Boosie, 28, was not charged in the death of Christopher “Nussie” Jackson, because he did not have direct contact with Michael Louding prior to Nussie's murder.

Earlier this week, Lil Boosie was accused of attempting to smuggle drugs into a second state prison in Louisiana.

The rapper was indicted for trying to smuggle codeine into Angola State Prison, as well as the Dixon Correctional Institute at Jackson, where he was previously incarcerated, while serving a 10-year sentence for possession of marijuana. 

Prosecutors are still debating if they are going to seek the death penalty against Lil Boosie.

Thursday 21 July 2011

50 Cent Signs Genasis To G-Unit

Rap Daily: 50 Cent continues to expand his G-unit label with another Signing.
After signing Shawty Lo to a partnership deal and adding Kidd Kidd to his roster, 50 Cent has another addition to his growing G-Unit family. The media mogul has signed Genasis to the imprint, with the West Coast native making the announcement on his Twitter page
@GENASISISHERE  Just inked a deal with  ..I'm Officially G-unit records

The rapper is best known for his single "Jackie Chan," which can be heard below.


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