Jay-Z is planning
to expand his 40/40 sports club to Atlantic City, according to reports. The Brooklyn
MC is looking to open his second 40/40 bar and lounge in the New Jersey town famous
for its gambling spots. While details of the new location are sparse, the club
is scheduled to open on the Fourth of July at Atlantic City Outlets.
The Dipset/Diplomat affiliates known as Purple City (Purple
City Productions or PCP) will release "Purple City's Road To The Riches:
The Best of the Purple City Mixtapes" March 22 in collaboration with Koch
Records and Babygrande Records. At the heart of the Harlem-based crew are members
Shiest Bub "The Emperor," Un Kasa, and Agallah "The Don Bishop,"
all of whom have released over eight mixtapes and sold over 80,000 units on
the streets. "Road To The Riches" features Dipset members Juelz Santana,
Jim Jones, J.R. Writer, and Baltimore newcomer DK, as well as production from
Agallah and other Purple City producers.
Snoop Dogg was reportedly injured Saturday (Feb. 12) in Nottingham,
England when a concertgoer hit him in the head with a glass bottle, according
to his representative. Snoop required medical attention but no stitches were
necessary. The Long Beach, CA rapper is still currently touring overseas.
Ta” Moore was sentenced to six years in prison for gun possession, after
being named a suspect in the shooting of an NYPD officer in Harlem in 2003.
Moore, who was later cleared of the shooting, claims that the government is
targeting him due to his association with McGriff and Irv “Gotti”
Lorenzo. McGriff is accused of the 2001 murder of rapper Eric “E-Money
Bags” Smith, while Lorenzo and his brother Christopher are accused of
laundering millions of dollars in drug proceeds for McGriff. "When I was
interrogated about the officer being shot, it took one hour or two," Moore
told the Judge. "The other interrogation took more than a day." Moore
also has a child with Sandra “Pepa” Denton of Salt-N-Pepa fame.