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Still Canceled?: Lil Mama "Hasn't Heard Back" From Jay Z & Alicia Keys After Apologizing

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Lil Mama still can't shake the stink off that epic cringe-worthy moment when she crashed Jay Z and Alicia Keys' stage performance almost a decade ago, and it's not without effort.

According to MadameNoire, a follower hopped into her comment section on Instagram after the rapper posted a new freestyle over the recently deceased DMX's "Get At Me Dog" beat. Displeased with her recent actions, the heckling fan predictably mentioned her VMAs debacle while shaming her.

"I thought they canceled you back when you jumped up on stage with Alicia and Jay Z?" the user said to Lil Mama.  To much surprise, the rapper responded and revealed that both Jay Z and Alicia Keys were not interested in her olive branch for peace.

"I entered the industry as a teenage Black girl from Brooklyn & Harlem NY. These situations are with mature adults at least 10 years my senior," she explained in her reply about the "Empire State of Mind" artists. "I reached out in private to create an opportunity for communication and clarity. I haven't heard back from either party yet. With that, continuously misrepresenting my brand in public won't be tolerated...."





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If you remember, the Harlem native attended the VMA awards in 2009 and danced her way to join the stage with Jay Z and Alicia Keys uninvited - even ignoring Beyonce's failed interception as she bypassed her toward the steps - and crashed their legendary performance of "Empire State Of Mind."  By the end of the moment, the seasoned performers concluded their song with a rehearsed pose and displeased facial expressions while the intruder stood front and center, matching their stance.  

It was the rookie mistake that ruined her promising career before it started.



Both Jay Z and Alicia Keys have spoken publicly on the matter during interviews and didn't mince words when describing the preparation involved in crafting their performance, only for it to be ruined by a "Lip Gloss" rapper. 

"To interrupt that moment for us, I don't think that was the right thing to do," the Brooklyn mogul told Angie Martinez.  "It was a lot of planning that went into that performance. To disrupt that was outta line."

The "If I Ain't Got You" singer echoed the sentiments in a separate interview on the "Today Show": " "We can appreciate her being overwhelmed and inspired. But we would have appreciated it if she would have did it from her seat."

Lil Mama has made headlines recently after publically stating she was starting a "Heterosexual Rights Movement" following disparaging comments about the LGBTQ community in response to a conversation about Zaya Wade, of all people. 

"So children are too young to smoke cigarettes, too young to drink alcohol, too young to get a drivers license, too young to go to a club, too young to gamble, too young to rent a car, but old enough to cut off their genitals and/or "change" their gender? This is insanity #America."

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DMX Eulogized By Swizz Beatz [Video]

   

DMX Eulogized By Swizz Beatz [Video]

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Hip-Hop culture across the globe is in mourning after the untimely passing of DMX. Many were close with the rapper, but one longtime collaborator particularly close to Dark Man X was Swizz Beatz, who eulogized his late friend.

Some of X's most memorable hits were produced by Swizz, including "Ruff Ryders' Anthem," "Party Up (Up in Here)" and "Blackout," featuring Jay-Z and the Lox.

On Saturday (April 10), Swizz took to Instagram to thank people for their support, while speaking on the greatness of his fallen friend.

"Since the day that I met him, he lived his life for everyone else," says Swizz says in the 8-minute clip. "You ain't ever seen him next to a Lamborghini... You ain't ever seen him iced out with no jewelry, he did not care about any of that... He was the biggest because he prayed for everybody else."

X's signature "Ruff Ryders' Anthem" was Swizz's first production placement. Throughout the years, Swizz marveled at how X always remained true to himself no matter the stardom and circumstances.

"Everybody threw millions of dollars," said Swizz, who is clearly hurting from the crushing loss. "You could not buy DMX. You couldn't buy him, he was never for sale. His loyalty for who he loved was never for sale. His family was never for sale. His integrity was never for sale. You might learn something from him. He taught me a lot."

Our condolences go out to the Simmons family. Watch Swizz speak on DMX below.





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Hip-Hop Wired Presents: CRT FRSH 4.09.21 [Playlist]

   

Hip-Hop Wired Presents: CRT FRSH 4.09.21 [Playlist]

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We at Hip-Hop Wired pride ourselves on being fully immersed in the music of the culture we rep proudly. Part of our duty as a publication and crew is to school the masses on who is doing what musically and there's no better way to do that beyond our CRT FRSH (Certified Fresh) bi-weekly playlist.

In a moment of transparency, the passing of Earl "DMX" Simmons really rocked us emotionally and we've been focusing all our energy towards promoting and uplifting Dark Man X as we expect he would want his fans to do in this tough time. With "Get At Me Dog" blaring in the headphones right now from our playlist devoted to DMX, let's get to the business of CRT FRSH.

We open up this edition of the playlist with the talented Tierra Whack and her newest single "Link," flexing some of capable her vocals this time with great results. Lil Tjay is currently moving his new album Destined 2 Win and we feature his track "Headshot" with Polo G and Fivio Foreign on the assist.

Freddie Gibbs returns with more of the ESGN style with "Big Boss Rabbit" which builds on Nas' "You Da Man" track but in a far more aggressive fashion. Young M.A. drops off a new single "Successful," and Bankroll Freddie and Megan Thee Stallion join forces on "Pop It."

We've got new joints from Sylvan LaCue, Kota The Friend, DJ Muggs and Flee Lord, Rod Wave, Benny The Butcher, Guadpdad 4000, the lyrically advanced duo of Armand Hammer, and many more.

Check back with us in two weeks when we update the playlist again and be sure to reach out via our socials for consideration for a slot.



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The Unhinging of (Faux) Captain America: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Recap, Episode 4
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Recap, Episode 4
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Recap, Episode 4

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This week's episode, no. 4 of 6, of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier opens in the past, six years ago to be exact. A one-armed Bucky, then going by his African name White Wolf, sits around a fire in a Wakandan forest, and that alone tells us we're in for some treats.

SPOILERS AHEAD.

Meanwhile, Ayo begins to recite the trigger words that Zemo used to transform Bucky into the mindless killer version of the Winter Soldier. We see a montage of scenes that remind us how ruthless the Winter Soldier was when he was under HYDRA control. Buck begins to cry as he realizes that Shuri's (Letitia Wright, Black Panther) work to remove the Winter Soldier programming from his head has succeeded.



Fast forward to the end of last week's episode, where Ayo and Bucky are continuing their conversation. Ayo is explaining to Bucky how she cannot believe he has broken out the man who killed their king (T'chak, T'challa's father) after all they have done for him. Bucky, speaking Wakandan, explains that Zemo is a means to an end, which seems to be enough for Ayo to allow him an eight-hour window to complete his mission. Mental note: if a Black woman "model struts" off like that, and you're still alive with all your body parts, consider yourself lucky.

As the title card fades, we enter Zemo's safe house, Bucky announces that the Wakandans are in Riga and they want Zemo. The men then discuss the mission at hand. Zemo quips that the aspirations behind the entire Super Soldier program have led to some unintended consequences, such as the Nazis, Ultron, or the Avengers. And for this, if nothing else, Karli needs to die, and he is prepared to complete that mission. He goes on to say that the desire to become superhuman cannot be done without some malicious intent. And that anyone with that serum ultimately wants to rule the world, with one notable exception: Steve Rogers.

But we can all agree there has only been one Steve Rogers and the odds of there being another are long. The men decide to see if they can catch up with Karli at the memorial services for Donya Madani.

At the Flag Smasher's camp, Karli and her crew listen to a newscast detailing the fallout from their destruction of the GRC storage facility at the end of the previous episode. After recanting the extent of the collateral damage caused by the bombing, it is then explained that the GRC has stepped into high gear. The bombing has gotten Karli and her team closer to the outcome they are fighting against. The GRC is now drafting legislation that will speed up the reforming of borders and the resetting of the world back to what it used to be pre-Blip. This is the absolute antithesis of what the Flag Smashers are trying to achieve.

Zemo, Sam, and Bucky reach the GRC resettlement camp in the hopes of finding out about the funeral arrangements for Donya Madani. They are met with passive resistance as these refugees are loyal to the Flag Smashers. Why wouldn't they be? They are a group of internationally displaced individuals and one of their own is fighting for a cause they see as their own. Outsiders like Sam and the GRC have only offered empty promises but in the end only served to make life more difficult. After singing perhaps one of the worst renditions of "Bah Bah Black Sheep" ever, Zemo manages to bribe some kids into giving him the information he wants with some Turkish Delights aka candy.

Back at the safehouse, Sam explains his empathy for Karli and her cause. He understands that the people are protecting her because she not only looks like them, but she is one of them, and fighting for something they all want. With half the population gone after the snap, the world had to come together to push on. The need to fight on as one people outweighed the old conflicts, borders, and rules that keep us separated today as a planet. And when the other half came back, all that changed in an instant. Makes you wonder if the Avengers should have used the Infinity Stones to put things back the way they were before the snap, instead of keeping that five-year span intact. Sam clearly believes Karli isn't hell-bent on destruction so much as trying to protect hers and the interest of the people in the same position as her.

Zemo eventually admits that the funeral is happening later that day, but he's sparse on the details as he feels that is his leverage. Bucky prepares to pounce on Zemo before being calmed down by Sam who says he has a better idea. Sam then calls in a favor from Sharon who explains that they must see this mission through. With Nagel dead, the Power Broker is prepared to scorch Earth to get what he wants, the serum.

Realizing she could be woefully overmatched, Karli and one of her comrades head to a cemetery to retrieve the remainder of the serum. Karli is conflicted about using the serum to create more fighters for her crew. The comrade explains that her hesitance to use the serum is probably an indication that she is doing the right thing. Most importantly, he explains to her that, in his mind, she is the most deserving of the Captain America mantle since Steve Rogers. Steve made him believe that there were decent people in the world, and Karli does the same. They agree, that like the shield, the notion of good and bad is an outdated concept. With the world being a more complicated place than previously, the black and white that prevailed before, is now one big shade of grey. Heroes in this new era need to be equipped to deal with that uncertainty.

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New Cap and Battle-cat finally catch up with Bucky, Sam, and Zemo, obviously it is difficult for two Avengers to keep a low profile in a place like Riga. Faux Cap tries to take control but is quickly rebuffed by Sam who says he can talk Karli down. It takes Lemar to help Cap realize that fighting isn't the best option if they can talk her down, and New Cap reluctantly agrees. Upon reaching the location of the funeral, Zemo is promptly handcuffed, and Sam is only given ten minutes to accomplish his goal.

Sam looks on as Karli recounts how Donya Madani helped her and others after things changed back. Her speech definitely gives us the impression that we could be wrong about Karli and her motivations. Clearly, she only wants to help those who have been forgotten in the race to return the world to what it used to be. She reminds us all that the struggle is real, and far from being over, we quickly cut to John Walker, the petulant man-boy who is growing more impatient by the second.

After the ceremony Sam approached Karli with the hopes of reasoning with her. What they both realize is that they have more in common than differences. Sam also exposes that there are absolutely some flaws in Karli's thinking. He helps her realize that some of what she is doing is no different than what she claims to be against. She helps him realize that he and his sister and pretty much in the same position as her and her people. Sam explains that he agrees with what she's fighting for, just not the way she is going about it. It is a moment that makes us realize why Steve thought Sam should be the next Captain America.

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Yes, the job is important, but how you do the job is just as important when you're a symbol as large as Captain America. What was becoming a productive conversation ends when Faux Cap busts in to arrest Karli who escapes. But not before losing the serum and being shot in the stomach by Zemo, who destroys all the vials but one. Walker knocks Zemo out, picks up the vial and stashes it in his pocket. Meanwhile Karli and her team hatch a plan to divide our heroes and kill Walker.

Back at the flat, Zemo asks Sam if he would take the serum to which Sam quickly says no. Zemo is impressed but explains that no matter what Karli, is not the person Sam thinks she is. He goes on to say that super soldiers cannot be allowed to exist and Sam retorts by saying "Blood is not always the answer." That's when Bucky says what we've all been thinking, in that there is something wrong with New Captain America. If game recognize game, then it is safe to say crazy recognizes crazy, which Bucky definitely is. Right then, new Cap and Battle-guy barge in, setting up one of the best set pieces we've seen thus far.

Enter Ayo and the Dora Milaje who intend to take Zemo to Wakanda for justice. New Cap, thinking he has a say in this situation, attempts to pull rank claiming the Dora have no jurisdiction. Ayo retorts by declaring the Dora Milaje have jurisdiction no matter where they find themselves. Lemar should have warned John Walker of what happens when you get on the wrong side of Black women who are intent on completing a task. Nonetheless, Walker audaciously puts his hand on Ayo who responds with her Vibranium spear. Sweeping Faux Cap off his feet, the Dora jump into action subduing both New Cap and Battlestar.

Although they did try to warn Faux Cap of his folly, Bucky and Sam jump in as an attempt to calm things down as the situation begins to come to a head. Sam holds his own momentarily before being dispatched, along with New Cap who is put down and embarassingly loses his shield. Ayo, using some sort of Wakandan pressure point technique, makes Bucky's whole arm fall off and the fighting ends. During the melee Zemo was able to "El Chapo" and escape via a sewer hatch in the bathroom.

Disappointed, the Dora "allow" Faux Cap to have his shield back and leave the men to reflect on what just happened. We can see in Walker's eyes that he realizes how inadequate he is: "They weren't even Super Soldiers," he says. It also shows he missed the whole final act of Black Panther, he's lucky Okoye (Danai Gurira, The Walking Dead) wasn't there, the outcome may have been different, and not for the better.

Standing in a café, Lemar attempts to console the dejected John Walker. While it wasn't the outcome they wanted, the serum and its source was destroyed. There is more discussion around the serum and using it, but what is really at the heart of this conversation is how different both Lemar and John are from Steve and Sam. Lemar and John are battle-hardened, they have seen and lived the horrors of war before becoming Cap and Battlestar. They have fought and been rewarded for an unconventional war they felt was fought wrong. For John, being Captain America is finally a chance to fight the way he feels is right, which at least for now, seems to be bullying people into doing what he wants. Steve Rogers hated bullies.

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Karli calls Sam's sister Sarah in the hopes of finding a reason to trust Sam versus killing him. Sarah echoes the sentiments of many African-Americans when she says: "My world doesn't matter to America, so why should I care about its mascot?". She ultimately convinces Karli that Sam is not working for John Walker. Karli sends along the meeting information but not before threatening Sarah and her kids.

Even though Karli asked for Sam to come alone, Bucky tags along. They show up to the meet dressed in their costumes ready for whatever might happen. During the ensuing conversation, Sharon (who has been tracking New Cap via satellite) lets Sam know the Flag Smashers have been found by Faux Cap and Battlestar, or vice versa. Bucky and Sam rush off to intercept.

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Busting into the Flag Smasher stronghold, John and Lemar split up, and John quickly realizes Lemar is gone. We quickly find out Lemar has been captured by two Flag Smashers and tied up. Cap searches for his friend and is ambushed by Flag Smashers who appear and disappear like ghosts. Sam arrives on the scene just in time to see New Cap display a level of strength we hadn't seen before. Together they fight the Flag Smashers while Battlestar is freeing himself in another room. As the fight continues Bucky shows up to lend a metal arm. In the confusion John is grabbed from behind and subdued as Karli hurls toward him knife in hand to deliver the coup de gras. Lemar tackles Karli who in turn delivers a rabbit punch that sends Lemar flying across the room into a stone pillar seemingly relieving him of his life. At that point everyone stands down. John in a panic runs over to his fallen pal, who he is unable to revive. Realizing the mistake they have just made, the Flag Smashers scatter and flee.

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John Walker, in a fit of rage, crashes through a window and jumps to the street in pursuit. He spots one of the Flag Smashers and corners him. Unable or unwilling to contain his rage John uses the shield to murder the Flag Smasher as Karli and others, as well as the entire globe thanks to all the smartphones locked onto hi,, look on in horror. In perhaps one of the most symbolic scenes of the season, we see John Walker, the most inadequate of Captain Americas, standing unapologetically with a bloody shield as the world watches on.



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Mictic's Wearable Musical Device Allows You To Make Music Without Actual Instruments
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Making music with instruments without actually using instruments, sounds crazy right? Well, it's honestly a reality, thanks to Mictic's latest invention.

Zurich, Switzerland-based company Mitic has introduced its Swiss-made XR wearable that amazingly turns your movements into actual sounds. You don't have to be a musical genius or have picked up an instrument to use the device the company claims. Anyone can flourish while wearing the device.

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So how does it work? Well, it connects with your smartphone via Bluetooth and will allow you the wearer to make sounds from different kinds of instruments like the electric guitar, drums, or cello and genre-based soundscapes like EDM, Trap, and Hip Hop. You can even use the wearable to make other sounds like sci-fi, Kung Fu, and game experiences.





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Mictic says more instruments and sounds will be available for download all the time, and users can expect partnerships with artists. The company says the wearable is not just another MIDI controller. Still, it will work with digital audio workstations such as Ableton, Logic, Pro Tools, Garageband, or 100s of other MIDI-compatible apps.





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As for the price, Mictic says the wearable will retail at a suggested price of $119, and we can expect them to launch worldwide in Q4. There is currently a Kickstarter page offering early investors premiums like price reductions on packages of controllers.  A VIP package will get a supporter "a professional video team flown to them, and a fully produced video using Mictic, along with massive social media support for their creative product."

You can check out the Kickstarter campaign below.

http://kck.st/3uxD5Po

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Busta Rhymes ft. Mariah Carey "Where I Belong," Papoose "Sticks & Stones" & More | Daily Visuals 4.9

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Last year Busta Rhymes had one of the year's toughest albums in Extinction Level Event 2 and while some overlooked the Hip-Hop OG's latest offering, most heads are still bumping the LP right now.

Keeping the album buzzing, Busta comes through with some new visuals to the Mariah Carey assisted "Where I Belong" where Busta and Black Dynamite (Michael Jai White) team up to take down samurai ops. The visual also serves as a cool continuation to their original hit collaboration, "I Know What You Want." Mariah looking amazing by the way. Just sayin.'

Keeping the vibe in Brooklyn, Papoose finds himself in an Egyptian environment where he drops bars amongst hieroglyphs or kings and pharaohs of the past for his clip to "Sticks & Stones." Teach the youth, bro!

Check out the rest of today's drops including work from Bankroll Freddie, Fetty Wap, and more.

BUSTA RHYMES FT. MARIAH CAREY - "WHERE I BELONG"


PAPOOSE - "STICKS & STONES"


BANKROLL FREDDIE - "ACTIVE"


FETTY WAP - "PATERSON LEGEND"


SEAN PAUL, JESSE ROYAL, STONEBWOY & MUTABARUKA - "GUNS OF NAVARONE"


AUDREY NUNA - "SPACE"


BRANDON BILL$ & DANILEIGH - "UNLIMITED SKILLS"


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#RIPDMX: In Honor Of The Legendary Dark Man X AKA DMX [Playlist]

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DMX was a beloved Hip-Hop giant that found fame in the 1990s and despite his tribulations, maintained the respect and adoration of fans and musical colleagues around the world. In honor of the unfortunate passing of the artist born Earl Simmons, Hip-Hop Wired has compiled a 25-song playlist of some of DMX's best hits, features, and little-heard gems.

We open up the playlist with "Get At Me Dog" featuring Sheek Louch of The LOX, his first major-label debut single that still rings off heavily to this day.  We followed it up with "X Gon' Give It To You" and then "Slippin'," which displays the strength of DMX's pen and his uncanny ability to bear his soul and stirring thoughts.

However vulnerable X appeared at times, his passion, grit, determination, and pure energy propelled on his solo works, and most especially on features such as the timeless "4, 3, 2, 1" among them. We were lucky to find Cam'Ron's "Pull It" which first dropped in 1998 and the back-and-forth routine Killa and Dark Man X displayed is pure audio gold.

Mase's Harlem World album is a certified classic in the eyes of many, and the star-studded "24 Hours To Live" with The LOX, Black Rob, and X all delivering strong verses.  Few rappers sounded as comfortable as DMX did over Swizz Beatz tracks and Jay-Z's "Money, Cash, Hoes" is among one of the best connections made between the pair.

DMX's Christian faith played a prominent part in both his life and his music, which sometimes defied his gruff and aggressive demeanor. However, it was never a part of his life he muted for anyone and we've ended the playlist fittingly with "Ready To Meet Him" and "Prayer IV."

Hip-Hop Wired gives our sincerest condolences to the family of Earl "DMX" Simmons. May he rest powerfully in peace.

Check out our playlist below. And run it up one time for DMX.



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Long Live The Dog: DMX's Best Guest Verses

   

Long Live The Dog: DMX's Best Guest Verses

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Today (April 9), Hip-Hop lost another legend and an incredibly spiritual soul way too seen when DMX passed away at the young age of 50-years-old.

Known for his gruff voice, gritty style, and overall "I Don't Give A F*ck" attitude, Dark Man X moved audiences with his raps, prayers, and on-stage presence. With the release of his debut album It's Dark and Hell Is Hot, X immediately became a Hip-Hop superstar and maintained his popularity for years to come via numerous guest appearances in which his verses sometimes outshined whoever gave him a bag to hop on the track.

To honor the late-great DMX and his illustrious career, HipHopWired has compiled DMX's best guest features just to give anyone who isn't familiar with the Yonkers legend an idea of just how much this loss hurts us OG Hip-Hop Heads.

Thank you for the music and memories, X.

Enjoy.

LL Cool J ft. Method Man, Redman, DMX & Canibus - "4, 3, 2, 1"

"Stay out the dark! Cause If I catch you when the sun is down, run it, clown."



Ma$e ft. The Lox, Black Rob & DMX - "24 Hours To Live"

"I been livin' with a curse, but it's all about to end/But Before I go say hello to my little friend!"



Ja Rule ft. Jay-Z & DMX - "It's Murda"

"As long as I can remember the streets have kept me safe and ever since that time in December the heat's been on my waist."



Jay-Z ft. Ja Rule & DMX - "Murdergram"

"I'm a cruddy n*gga, going up raw dog in dirty b*tches/And If I get burnt i'm giving that sh*t to thirty b*tches."



Cam'ron Ft. DMX - "Pull It"

"What you don't know will get you f*cked up! And when you don't roll it's gonna get you stuck up!"



The Lox ft. Lil Kim & DMX - "Money, Power, Respect"

"Moms at home praying that you coming home but you not! You sittin' up in a trunk startin' to rot!"



Ruff Ryders ft. DMX - "Bugout"

"Look out! They done let the crook out. I took out enough of your family to have a fuckin' cookout!"



Funk Master Flex Freestyle

"I been off the deep end since I was semen/That's why now I'm such a muthafuckin' demon."



Jay-Z ft. DMX - "Money, Cash H*es"

"D-M-X and my dogs bite! Jigga-My-Ni**a rhyme all night!"



Onyx ft. DMX - "Shut Em Down"

"How much is your life worth to someone important? Cause I be extortin'/Kidnap him for ransom is some sh*t you don't wanna get caught in."



Aaliyah ft. DMX "Come Back In One Piece"

"Dog tags around my neck, the streets are mine, I might leave the heat behind, 'Cause in the streets I'm fine..."



 

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Puma Dropping New 'Court Rider' Basketball Sneakers

   

Puma Dropping New 'Court Rider' Basketball Sneakers
Puma Court Rider
Puma Court Rider

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After signing the likes of J. Cole, Rihanna and LaMelo Ball, Puma is looking to strike while the iron is hot and are announcing the release of their new Court Rider basketball sneakers that uses the latest basketball tech from Puma while integrating the style of their Rider line.

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Ever since Jay-Z got down with Puma as its Creative Director the brand that street cats helped propel back in the day has been going hard to gain ground on the popularity that Nike and adidas have been enjoying for a minute.

The new Court Rider boasts a full-length Rider foam midsole engineered specifically engineered for the basketball court along with a rubber outsole that features PUMA's high abrasion rubber material. The kicks also sport a dynamic lacing system around the forefoot for enhanced stability and support. Sounds like a helluva product for balling if you ask us.

Expect to see the likes of basketball stars like LaMelo Ball, Deandre Ayton, Katie Lou Samuelson and RJ Barret take to the court in a pair of these Court Riders this season and get busy on your team. Don't hate though, it's all part of their game.

The Puma Court Riders are set to drop on April 13 for a straight $100 on Puma.com and select retailers. Check out pics of the kicks below and let us know if you'll be picking up a part come next week.

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Okuuur: Cardi B Drops $29K During Shopping Spree For Daughter Kulture
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Cardi B has proven that there is no limit when it comes to her loved ones. Earlier this week she spent someone's yearly salary on Kulture during a shopping spree.

As spotted on Page Six the Bronx bombshell dripped her princess in all designer like it was nothing.  "I went crazy shopping. All for Kulture though, nothing is mine. All KK," she revealed via a now expired Instagram Story.  As if she expected the masses to question her spending habits she quick closed out the video by saing "What? God gave me a doll for a reason!"

She then took to her actual Instagram feed to give a more in-depth look at her pick-ups saying, "This is what happens when God gives me the baby girl I always wanted. I shop more for her than I do myself." The visual was a video showcasing a variety of designer handbags. According to the celebrity gossip rag the selections include "a white Chanel vanity case - a similar style is currently going for $4,650 on Rebag - along with a pearl-studded drawstring purse ($4,300), pink quilted mini flap bag ($3,800), sparkling double-C earrings ($475) and a bow-inspired hair barrette from the same luxury label."

Cardi showing some of the new items she purchased Kulture today while shopping.

" This what happens when God gives me the babygirl I always wanted .I shop more for her then I do for myself @ kulturekiari . "

Via; her Instagram.

( April 6th, 2021. )@iamcardib pic.twitter.com/wOpnNDzwG1

— Ms. match that same energy (@TheBardiLegacy) April 7, 2021

This is not the first time Cardi and her family have faced criticism for dropping a bag on her princess. Last year her husband Offset faced some backlash for purchasing her Birkin bag. "If I'm fly and daddy's fly, then so is the kid," she wrote on Instagram at the time. "If I was looking like a bad b***h, expensive b***h, and I had my kid looking like a bum bum, then y'all would talk s**t. So I'm not mad that daddy bought baby a Birkin. She going to match mommy."

Photo: Bernard Smalls

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