Nicki Minaj

AHH Stray News: Nicki Goes After Jay-Z, Producer Koolade Holds Contest, Gay Rapper From Pittsburgh Disses Mac Miller,

(AllHipHop News) Young Money rapper Nicki Minaj is featured on the cover of April issue of Allure magazine. During her interview Nicki discussed her future plans in the music industry. The chart topping female rapper said she viewed her rap career as one aspect of her burgeoning business empire. “I always looked at it like a business, something that I could create an empire out of,” Nicki told Allure. “I had a little conversation with Jay-Z at the Victoria’s Secret fashion show. He said ‘Congratulations on all your success.’ And I was like, ‘Yeah, I’m coming for you. I’m coming for your spot, Mr. Mogul.’” in addition to the April 3 release of her new album Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, Nicki Minaj is working on two books.
A gay rapper that is fronting Pittsburgh rap/rock group another One For the Fire is preparing to release a mixtape titled “Straight From The Gutters of Sheol,” featuring disses aimed at Mac Miller and Wiz Khalifa. One For the Fire’s front man, Cocky Alcabez, is an admitted homosexual. He takes aim at Mac Miller and Wiz Khalifa on the track “Here’s Sum Cock 4 Ya,” in which he also proclaims himself as the new king of Pittsburgh. The mixtape “Straight From The Gutters of Sheol” is slated to be released on this weekend.
Croatian producer Koolade is hosting a worldwide contest offering lyricists the chance record versus over his album Koolade Beats Rocky. The project, which has received over 15,000 downloads, was originally inspired by Bill Conti. Emcees will have the opportunity to work with Koolade, who has crafted tracks for artists like Masta Ace, Bow Wow, Flo Rida and Omarion. “The reason we went with the instrumental version was the huge feedback reaction to the album. So many MCs were asking me if they could rock demos to those beats. So we figured we do an official best acapella competition. It’s going to keep the buzz going, and I just love the whole Koolade Beats Rocky thing going interactive! It’s good for the community and scene in general.” The best track will be featured on popular Hip-Hop radio show Blackout Radio and the winning MC will receive a free beat from Koolade. For more information email

  • wow tag makes it sound like theyre beefin

  • Guillaume Pilon

    gay beef 


  • H. U. S.

    Wiz and Mac want no parts in a gay beef, cause he’ll stick that right in his mouth no prob…and aren’t you the queen of Pittsburgh if you’re on…the receiving end of the stick?

    And Nicki ain’t aiming at Jay, she saying she coming for the spot he in…

  • that whole piece on the rapper from Pitt. is f*ckin’ HIL-AR-I-OUS!

    I don’t really care about some chick flipping lips, spittin’ dumb shit, trying to be number one gunnin’ wit dumb “hits”….

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  • “Cocky Alcabez”…LMAO!!!  You fuccin kiddin me???  Lot of these rap cats suspect tho, so maybe he bout to tell us who.  LOL

  • rep87

    Nicki Nasty will be forgotton like all the others before her who sold sex for the lack of talent seen it and heard it all before , As far as the rapper out of Pitt what a disgrace and if ahh wouldnt give this crap any attention it would go away !

  • jamaicanbornanbreed

    first and foremost nicki is whack..period if dat bitch ain’t showing ass no one cares…gay rapper..need i say more…da fact this sperm drinker gets any light is a crying shame to hip hop..if this continues im gonna get my black suit and wait with battered breath for the hip-hop funeral

    • V C Pittsburgh

      Whats wrong with a male gay rapper? queen latifah is gay. and nicki is gay and whack as f*ck

  • Mugshot_McGruff

    Sheol = Hell

  • koolade is a fuckin beast

  • greyspace

    Theirs enough talent in this gay rapper, you just have to listen. This rap is not crap. Its a new perspective on rap, that’s not been done before. All you homo-phobics, he don’t want your ass so open your minds and do a little growing. Music is forever changing, in this case the change is well needed. This is not street or prison rap, its real music with intellect, humor and sarcasm and not meant for everyone. Get my drift.