See? This is why I never really bought into that 'Mobb Deep is breaking up' bullsh!t. Given 20 years together, brothers are gonna fight. But brothers are gonna work it out! Now... watch 'em work it out on stage. Prodigy and Havoc doing the damn thing at their 20th Anniversary Tour Show in Chicago. Above: Footage of the duo doing some of their hits in front of an enthusiastic Chi-town crowd at The Double Door. - Ojones1
After 10 years, The Remix stands strong on WRFG. Thank you to everyone who has supported the show through the years.
In this episode, we're just having a good time as usual but we have plenty of guest to hang out for the night. Thank you to everyone who helped make the night a success @IndigoBarATL @akshunceo @doug2livestews @hometeam_bleak @peteymac89! @The7ODTwiceBorn @streetlotto @Jayforce @JawzOfLife @senorkaos! @65phenom @aloneinatlanta @ojones1
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25 years ago, Terri Fisher opened the doors to Strokers Entertainment Club. Since then, there have been so many incredibly beautiful stunning ladies and great employees to grace the establishment. Since opening the doors 25 years ago, we have been able to make generations of party people very happy with the entertainment and services that we offer. Whether it was a good drink or great entertainment, no one could help having a smile on their face, while they were at Strokers Entertainment Club.
Now we are able to celebrate two great events and share some wonderful memories once more. Not only is Strokers Entertainment Club celebrating 25 years of bringing you the best in adult entertainment, we are also here to share in celebrating our owner Terri Fischer's 56th birthday, though she looks and acts more like 26. She invites you to celebrate the good times we've shared in this young millennium and humbly thank you for the memories and friends made from the beginning 25 years ago.
On Saturday April 20, 2013 we're going to party and celebrate 25 years of strip club excellence at the one and only Strokers Entertainment Club. Terri wishes to see all former entertainers, employees, patrons and friends at the club. Former employees and entertainers free admission at the door. Please get there early, it will be a standing room only affair at the world famous Strokers Entertainment Club.
In this recent interview with MTV, Prodigy & Havoc speak on their very public feud & beef which eventually led to the rumored breakup of Mobb Deep. We all know things appear to have been patched up since then, but this is most likely the first time these two have sat down on camera to discuss what happened from the beef to reuniting again as they prepare for their 20th anniversary tour that's on the horizon.
Cobb Galleria Centre 2 Galleria Pkwy SE Atlanta,GA 30339The Southeastern Flower Show is our premier, annual, 3-day horticulture event that promotes conservation and awareness of the natural environment through education, horticultural excellence, and artistic expression.
The Show will host judged divisions in Landscape, Artistic Design, Discovery, Horticulture, Youth and Photography. Enjoy garden-related shopping in the Show's popular Marketplace, Eagle Eye Bookstore and - new in 2013 - a marketplace showcasing fine antiques!
Don't forget about our internationally known speakers, cooking demonstrations, plus activities for children of all ages.
25th Anniversary Southeastern Flower Show is #where2go
1/2 of Mobb Deep the producer & emcee Havoc drops this new single "Gone" from his upcoming solo album "13" due May 7th. Mobb Deep apparently are still together as they are about to embark on their 20th anniversary tour but it's clear they are still aggressively pursuing their own solo endeavors. Check out Havoc's new banger below & the itinerary for the Mobb Deep 20th Anniversary tour under hood....
Jermaine Dupri and So So Def always had a weird relationship with the city of Atlanta in my eyes. Obviously outside of LaFace, JD's company was probably the most successful and productive Atlanta-based label, and looking back he and SoSo Def might have had a better run and bigger impact considering that he started out before them and he went on to produce for large acts outside of his own company.
The biggest thing people in Atlanta (the Hip Hop community specifically) used to pick on JD about was that he never signed a "real" Atlanta rapper.more Kris Kross is obviously from here but they started off as pop stars from the rip. Xscape is as Southwest Atlanta as the come, but they are a female quartet. Spend any second around Jagged Edge off the stage and you'll see they are all the way Atlanta from West End to Wesley Chapel. The only rappers JD signed were Bow Wow (from Ohio), Da Brat (from Chicago), Mr. Black (from South Carolina and what happened to him? He was dope) and that dude R.O.C. that sounded like Jay-Z.
People knew exactly what he did and the hits he put out. But cats here really never gave him his props here because he didn't sign an Outkast, T.I. or even Ludacris type rapper that made you go "oh, that's Atlanta right there" when you saw them. Yes, he wound up picking up Bone Crusher and Dem Franchize Boys in the 2000s who very much did their parts in keeping eyes on Atlanta's Hip Hop scene but for some odd reason they "don't count like that" when you have conversations about Atlanta' rap history. Due to the fact that they were parts of a bigger movement (Crunk and Snap) that pretty much swallowed them up and washed them away when that ship sailed.
At times, some would even say that JD didn't rep the A at all. Only a few remember, but T.I.'s 2002 underground classic "In the A" was pretty much a response to JD's "Welcome To Atlanta."
I don't want to go as far as call it a "diss" because T.I. clearly states "I ain't hatin' holmes" but he lets it be known that his track is a real "Atlanta song" as compared to JD's.
In off the record conversations I've had with some of the founding fathers of Atlanta's Hip Hop scene, a rolling joke was that JD named his label "So So Def" because he wanted to be Def like Jam...but his shit was just "so so."
Rap wise, it seems like everybody outside of Atlanta loved (or loathed) JD more than anyone in Atlanta did. Both Mase and Nelly took trips to Atlanta hoping to meet JD and slip him a CD, hoping they could get signed. Nothing came about from those exchanges but we saw both of them go their routes and make history. Hell, even Kanye was down here before he got on trying to get in the man's presence.
Nobody in the A really came out throwing salt on JD's name, but folks like Treach from Naughty By Nature didn't hold his tongue when talking about how he felt that Kris Kross' "Jump" was a rip off of "OPP" and his whole style period. Or later when he accused Kris Kross of trying to be hard like Da Youngstas. Hell, a lot of folks believe that Suge Knight was actually talking about JD at the infamous 1995 Source Awards when he made the "all in the video dancing" remark that Puff Daddy wound up taking offense to. This was supposedly due to the thought that JD pretty much lifted Snoop Doggy Dogg's l