Dipset has officially made a comeback it would seem. Dipset was BIG in the early 2000s but after RocAFella Records broke up it left the Dips displaced. Jim Jones beefed with Cam (“Cam is like Finding Nemo right now), Juelz was sold to Def Jam (“I sold him for like $2 Mill) and Cam took an extended hiatus (“Check out my pool!”) and stayed killing the underground with projects like Crime Pays and Guns and Butta. But after hearing talks of them linking back up we finally get them all in a music video. Freekey Zeke, Santana’s Town, King Joffy aka Spacely Sprocketts, even Jimmy. And whose responsible for bringing it all together, of course Harlem’s own Dame Dash. Dipset! Dipset! Dipset! Owwwww! Free Bigavel.
Apparently Dr.Dre and Jimmy Iovine sold Beats By Dre to Apple for a little over $3.2 Billion. Late last night Tyrese shot this viral video with Dr.Dre and it seems like they are all having a great time with the Doc. Shout out to F. Gary Gray repping South Central in the vid. And I guess congratulations is in order for Dr. Dre on another successful business venture. SMS Audio eat your heart out.
Probably the best video of 2014 so far. This video takes the tone of Xzibit’s What You See Is What You Get or even more recently Lil Wayne’s A Milli or even 2 Chainz & Kanye West’s Birthday Song, where it’s a one shot walkthrough. Granted the video doesn’t really detail the song or the song content but it’s still a pretty good visual. Hol up! We Dem Boyz!
Lil JoJo was murdered 2 summers ago in 2012 in his Chicago hood in the midst of a vicious rap beef with Chief Keef. In this video, one of JoJo’s last music videos, Lil JoJo catches his nemesis and torches his body. Although the themes in this video are extremely racy Lil JoJo was only 17 years old. Chief Keef has gone on to be plagued by legal woes and was propelled to stardom once Kanye West attached himself to Keef’s infectious single “I Don’t Like”.