New No Limit will present a new DVD movie with Koch Vision titled “Decisions.”
The movie was written and directed by Master P. and he stars in the flick along
side his son, Lil Romeo. The movie is a traditional "who done it." THE
DVD will also feature the music videos "Why They Wanna Wish Death,"
"Act a Fool" and "Them Jeans" /"Who Wants Some."
Decisions hits stores October 5, 2004.
Grammy Award winning
rapper Murphy Lee has enrolled at Southeast Missouri State University, with
the aim of furthering his education. The platinum selling rapper is taking nine
credit hours during the fall semester as he pursues a business degree. Lee is
also working on the follow up to his debut album, Murpyhy’s Law.
Rodney King has
revealed more details about his upcoming album. King, 39, said that his new
song is titled “Beat Down.” King is known for being viciously assaulted
by several Los Angeles Police Department officers who were acquitted of all
charges. The acquittals led to the Los Angeles Riots in 1992, which caused over
$1 billion dollars in property damages in Los Angeles and left 55 people dead.
A BBC sports commentator
told the London Schools and Black Child conference that “Gangsta”
rap was a deadly virus that was a threat to black Britons. Garth Crooks, one
of the BBC’s most popular black personalities on television. Crooks urged
young black men to steer clear of music that promotes gun use, drug use and
drug dealing. "As for the youngsters in our community who think they are
gangsters, grow up,” Crooks said. “You are pathetic. You are not
gangsters or clever. You are kids and it's time to impose zero tolerance."