Busta Rhymes, Drake, Nicki Minaj, Birdman, Lil Wayne and Paris Hilton all now have something in common. They are all apart of the Cash Money Records Family.
The socialite-turned-singer has signed to the iconic label, according to Rap-Up.com.
Paris told Roger Friedman of Showbiz 411 the big news.
The report says, “But the big news: this nightfly who is really a successful businesswoman is recording her second album of music right now. It will be issued by CashMoney Records and will feature many hip hop acts such as Lil Wayne. Paris told me Afrojack is producing it, and she hopes to have it out this summer.”
“This is a lot different than my first album. It’s really going to be house music,” Paris said.
The name of the album has not been announced. Her 2006 debut was Paris.
It wasn’t just sex with R&B chicks, the late great Christopher Wallace had dreams of starting his own clothing line and his offspring has made it a reality. 19 year old T’yanna Wallace has begun the “Notoriouss” clothing line.
Last March, T’yanna exclusively informed AllHipHop that she was taking over her father’s Brooklyn Mint clothing line. She is currently a freshman at Penn State and informed XXL that she is studying fashion in hopes of resurrecting the defunct clothing line.
In 2005, Notorious B.I.G.’s mother, Voletta Wallace along with B.I.G.’s former managers Mark Pitts and Wayne Barrow, unsuccessfully attempted to bring the Brooklyn Mint clothing line back.
Lil Scrappy is addicted to weed. At least, that’s what the rapper claimed in court today.
According to a report by TMZ, the rapper officially failed a court-ordered urine test.
He’s now going to be entering rehab to help him get over his addiction.
TMZ spoke to Scrappy’s lawyer and he said that Scrappy will be in rehab as of June 16. The rapper didn’t contest the order.
Scrappy was temporarily jailed for violating his probation.
) Hot 97′s Summer Jam XX is 10 days away and AllHipHop spoke with Hot 97 personalities K. Foxx, DJ Cipha Sounds, DJ Spynfo and more about their favorite Summer Jam moments, what their dream Summer Jam lineup would be and which song from this year’s Summer Jam they predict will have the biggest reaction.
Fans are going to have to way to get their fix on the newest music from Fabolous, as the rapper has pushed back his upcoming album Loso’s Way 2: Rise To Power.
The BK rapper made the announcement at a tour stop in Los Angeles, where Rap-Up TV interviewed him.
He did offer details on the album, including that it would feature Future, Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Ne-Yo, 2 Chainz and Trey Songz.
He was to drop on the same day as Kanye West and J. Cole, but now he’s claiming late July.
He did specify why he was moving it back.
The whole video is below.
B-boy, rapper, and producer Tony Touch is working on a new project called 50 MCs Reunion and to promote his latest album the New York hardcore Hip Hop head will be dropping 50 webisodes featuring rare footage he’s collected throughout his career. Rap fans will get to see 20 years of exclusive content each day for the next 50 days.
In the first installment, Flip Mode Squad’s Busta Rhymes and the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard from the Wu-Tang Clan freestyle in a cipher. Future chapters will feature Guru, Big Pun, and other prominent stars from Hip Hop.
Tony Touch’s 50 MCs Reunion LP will be released July 9th.
Watch Busta and ODB trade verses in the video below starting at the 2:50 mark, and then check out episode 2 featuring behind the scenes footage of Guru, Inspectah Deck, and more from 1996.
In a strange turn of events, an arrest warrant has been issued for presumed dead rapper Tim Dog.
According to a new report from WREG, a judge has issued the arrest warrant after a report that there was no proof of his death existed.
Reports emerged that the controversial 90′s rapper died in February due to complications with diabetes.
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At the time of his death, Tim Dog, real name Timothy Blair, was convicted of swindling a number of women out of money to a tune of $2 million.
Hernando Prosecutor Steven Jubera said they need to verify the rapper’s death.
“I need proof,” said Jubera to WREG. “I need a death certificate showing that’s he’s dead because as far as I’m concerned, he’s alive.”
If family members can produce proof of death, the arrest warrant will be dropped.
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