(AllHipHop Rumors) I am the type of dude that will admit when he doesn't know anything. And there are other times when I do. I am thinking about this whole situation with Nipsey Hussle. There are so many situations that I don't even trip off of the rumors. But, I thought it was strange that a company purporting to be the CRIPS was looking to take/steal "The Marathon Continues" from Nipsey's estate. I know there are different sets of each gang, but this one baffles me since its NIP! And now, his brother is fighting to get the trademark himself, but he filed after the other crips. I wonder if Blacc Sam can get favor with it. Here is more:
Warren G wants his masters back! The rapper was signed to Def Jam records in the heyday of gangsta rap, which we call reality rap. Warren was down with Snoop and Dre and gave us the G-Funk sound. He was all in the mix, but never got mixed up in the drama. He kinda carried along with this business. And, Warren G kind of slipped away...
But, he's made a plea to Def Jam, Russell Simmons and Lyor Cohen. Nobody is even there anymore. Eminem's former manager now runs Def Jam. I am not sure that they would be that cool to sell Warren G back his masters, especially since he has some hits like "Regulators" out there. I hope he gets it. He deserves it!
DJ Khaled was a part of the song "All I Do Is Win," but when his newest album, Father of Asahd, didn't hit that No. 1 spot, word is...he lost it. A source with the New York Post said that Khaled rolled up at his label Epic Records with a whole crew pissed off. They are making it sound like he was scaring people, but we know Khaled ain't about that action! Right?
“He stormed into Epic with an entourage,” a source said. And when projections showed his new record looked likely to come in second, “he was angry and yelling. He threw a temper tantrum,” blaming the also-ran album placing on his label chiefs’ not understanding streaming services and bundle deals.
An industry insider added: “He was furious. There was some nasty stuff said. Publicly, he’s all about ‘positivity,’ but there is a mean side to him that people don’t see . . . He overhyped the record and blew it up as his biggest album ever.” Turns out it wasn’t.
Well, Khaled - to me...you still da best!
Lets go back...back in time!