Master P is offering a $10,000 “Golden Raffle Ticket” on Release of his New Album “The Gift”

Yes that’s right everyone ‘Master P” Rap Legend will be offering a $10,000 “Golden Ticket” to anyone that buys his upcoming album “The Gift”. The winner will be announced on 23rd December.

I’m sure most of us will recognise that this promotional tactic has been inspired by “Charlie & the Chocolate Factory”. I personally think it’s a great idea… Please read on to find out what inspired Mr P to do this… Continue reading Master P is offering a $10,000 “Golden Raffle Ticket” on Release of his New Album “The Gift”


GIVING BACK! Diddy Gives $250k To Youth Entrepreneur Program (PHOTOS)

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Last night, Diddy linked up with the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship to educate tomorrow’s CEOs. The rap mogul talked to the kids in attendance about how to run their own business and how to approach their whole life in an entrepreneurial way.

During the event, Diddy stated:

“I believe all young people should be given the opportunity to be successful and to pursue their passions and NFTE gives all kids the tools they need to be the CEOs of their future.”

And who better than Diddy to speak on entrepreneurship and being a successful CEO, especially after topping Forbes list of hip-hop cash kings and announcing a new cable network called, REVOLT, which launches October 21st.

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#FLASHBACK FRIDAY! A Look Back At Trey Songz’ Freakiest Moments (LIST)

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Happy Freaky Friday!

It’s #FlashbackFriday and we’re feeling frisky. Our Friday didn’t start with “naughty notions,” but New Orleans singer August Alsina released his erotic “I Luv This Sh*t (Remix)” featuring Chris Brown, and the freakiest R&B singer of our generation –  Trey Songz.

The verses Treysings on “I Luv The Sh*t (Remix)” would make any grown woman blush, but how can you resist the man who does this at every concert?

Yeah, exactly what we thought. You can’t.

In honor of Trey’s freaky past (and future), we rounded up some of Trey Songz’s freakiest moments of all time. From tonguing down a then-married Toni Braxton to simulating sex on stage, we have all of Trey’s naughty nastiness in one place.

Ladies, if you’re out, wait to view this article in the privacy of your bedroom (if you get our drift). Take a look back at Trigga Trey’s freakiest moments.

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Robin Thicke Sues Over Allegations He Ripped Off “Blurred Lines”

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Robin Thicke’s massive summer hit “Blurred Lines” is at the center of a new lawsuit filed by the singer.
Thicke and his collaborators, Pharrell and T.I., are fighting back at allegations that their song rips off legendary acts Marvin Gaye and George Clinton’s Funkadelic – and they’ve taken the battle to court.
Representatives for both the late Gaye’s family
and Bridgeport Music, which owns some of the rights to Funkadelic’s music, have accused Thicke of using musical elements from ”Got to Give It Up” and “Sexy Ways,” respectfully.
Now Thicke is asking a judge to legally declare that
“Blurred Lines” does NOT infringe on any copyrights, and that they “created a hit and did it without copying anyone else’s composition.”
“The basis of the Gaye defendants’ claims is that ‘Blurred Lines’ and ‘Got to Give It Up’ ‘feel’ or ‘sound’ the same,” state the legal docs. “Being reminiscent of a…

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How Do They Hold Up? We Ranked Every Kendrick Lamar “Control” Response (LIST)

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Kendrick Lamar is the best rapper in the world right now.

He proved it with his stellar verse on the song everyone’s been talking about this week: Big Sean’s “Control.”

On the song, K.Dot basically calls out every relevant rapper in the game. Since the song dropped, more than a dozen rappers have dropped their own response (interesting enough, none of the rappers Kendrick called out have responded.)

So who did respond? A bunch of D-listers. We went though the motions of listening to each response and ranking them.

Check them out below.

Fred Da Godson

12. Fred Da Godson

Fred Da Godson isn’t a bad rapper, he’s just not very good one. (In fact, he’s completely average in all aspects of hip-hop music.) On “Sorry,” his response to Kendrick, Fred doesn’t even reach his quota of average. This shit sucks. Not only is this not a good response by Freddy, it’s not…

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