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Molly Brazy - Gang | Shot By @1savani







Slim Thug - Real (Official Video)

Jaheim is coming for Charlamagne aka "Charlene the Goddess"

YO GOTTI "ILL PAY YOU TOO GET THEM SUCKAS OUT YO CAMP" GUTTA TV

Wiz Khalifa -- Hell Yeah I Got My Own Kush ... Want Some?

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Shots fired at Gucci Mane's video shoot with Rick Ross, 2Chainz and Meek...

Soulja Boy previews new music with Famous Dex

Willy Flee (@willyflee) - Birth of Flee 2 (Mixtape)

Ty Dolla $ign - Stealing [Music Video]

HotBoy Turk (@hotboyturk32) On Reconciling With Birdman, Disappointed With Juvenile







Kiddo Marv (@KiddoSplashMarv) - Dying 2 Live Again (Mixtape)


Lil Wayne - Gone ‘Til November: A Journal Of Rikers Island (Book)


Lil Wayne just released a book called “Gone ‘Til November: A Journal Of Rikers Island” through Plume, a division of Penguin Group. The memoir will be about Weezy‘s time locked up behind bars from March to November in 2010, which is also why the book is titled “Gone ‘Til November“. Included in Lil Wayne‘s journals that he wrote in prison are his thoughts and feelings about spending time in Rikers Island, the people he met, his whole family, his past, his future, and more. Tunechi‘s forthcoming book will be 176 pages long.

Boosie Badazz On Changing His Name, Beating Cancer and Hates NY Strip Clubs

Boosie Badazz has been working hard ever since he was released from prison two years ago. He's been touring all over the place, has a new liquor out and is working on a fragrance. Boosie stopped by The Breakfast Club this morning to chat about everything that he's been up to.


Mobb Deep’s Prodigy describes prison life through food in his new book "Commissary Kitchen: My Infamous Prison Cookbook"

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"Commissary Kitchen: My Infamous Prison Cookbook," 
By rapper Albert Johnson, better known as rapper Prodigy, and Kathy Iandoli. 
The book contains prison recipes and memories of the rapper's time on the inside.
Next time you can’t figure out what to make for dinner, tell yourself: At least I’m not in prison. That’s where Mobb Deep’s Prodigy landed after a plea deal on a weapons possession charge in 2007, serving most of a 3.5-year sentence in a medium-security dorm at Mid-State Correctional Facility near Utica, N.Y., upstate. And that’s where he learned to cook, prison style. The Queens rapper, half the ’90s hardcore duo with Havoc, has written a book with journalist Kathy Iandoli called Commissary Kitchen: My Infamous Prison Cookbook. It’s out this month from Infamous, Prodigy’s own imprint at Akashic Books, based in Brooklyn where he now lives. The book is a frank, touching and funny collection of prison recipes and memories about life on the inside. Using the things available, a toaster oven and a microwave, he includes “P’s Jail Break,” with Ramen noodles and Doritos, and “Good as (expletive) Seafood,” featuring cans of calamari, octopus and peas.
More seriously, he described how scary it was to stare down lousy prison food three times a day while trying to manage sickle cell anemia, a condition he’s had since childhood. 
 By Leanne Italie 
Associated Press

Toya Wright Would Have Another Baby With Lil Wayne, Tamar Braxton Beef on The Breakfast Club

Toya Wright Reveals New Book ‘In My Own Words’ – Opens Up About Famous Loves, Loss, And Reality TV (Book)

Toya Wright is opening a new chapter. Literally. She’s finally sharing her life story through a new book In My Own Words. The memoir chronicles her life of equal parts fortune and misfortune while surviving fame, love, and tremendous loss.
In My Own Words is Toya’s third book, but her most personal. “I get very raw and you get to see TOYA, not Toya Wright. It’s the stripped down, naked truth of my life and my REAL reality – not what you see on television.”


The memoir will shed light on Toya’s high-profile marriages and divorces from Lil’ Wayne and from Memphitz Wright, examine her experiences on reality TV, discuss handing teen pregnancy, and tragically losing two of her brothers to gun violence. “I made a lot of decisions based on other people’s happiness in the past, because I didn’t want to hurt that person’s feelings,” Toya tells Elle. “I feel that I wasn’t true to myself because I compromised my own happiness and moving forward, I want to make decisions that are going to make me 100% happy.” Type In Your Name(or anyone's) - This is Addicting Toya‘s brothers were gunned down this summer sitting in their car in New Orleans. The shocking loss was an “eye opener.” Toya realized she had to slow down and reflect, because her life “was moving extremely fast.” “After losing my brothers and seeing how short life can be, it made me appreciate living even more,” Toya admits. She channeled her emotions into writing, and three months later, had completed In My Own Words. The loss also prompted Toya to examine her relationships. She and Wayne remain close, sharing both “loyalty,” fairness, and “big hearts” in order to co-parent their daughter. “I talk to God a lot and surround myself with positive people that motivate me to do better with their good energy.” In the book, Toya also takes a look at how reality TV affected her life and the skewed perception it gives. Last year Toya and Memphiz attempted to save their marriage by appearing on Marriage Boot Camp. Predictably that was a failure. Toya complains that reality TV shows are “fabricated so much, making people’s lives seem like movies.” “Reality TV is a gift and a curse,” continues Toya. “No one’s life is perfect. We all go through things. We have ups and downs, make crazy decisions, and it’s a part of life. To be judged by viewers in regards to a real life situation played out falsely on television is harsh. You have to give us a break; some people may be going through the same life experiences.” Despite everything she has endured, Toya‘s motivated to keep moving forward. “Nothing beats failure but a try,” she believes.

GGN with Boosie Badazz

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D.R.A.M. Interview and Freestyle on Sway in the Morning

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T-Ro (@TroHipHop) - 4pm Freestyle (Official Video) Kameo Flims


Bezz Believe (@bezzbelieve_BWA) - Touchdown (Prod By. Supa Cool)


Gucci Mane & Rick Ross Finally Performs on Stage Together

Gucci Mane's Cover Story Interview for XXL Magazine Fall 2016 Issue

Young M.A turns up in Miami

SOE Music Group Presents: Armani Ramaun (@armanibaybee) x Netta Brielle (@nettabrielle) - Mind Off Loving You (2016)