i was online an saw this it was to funny not 2 post enjoy
i was online an saw this it was to funny not 2 post enjoy
Have u ever been at work and just felt like u can’t take it anymore and the pressure is just starting to build up? You try to maintain control because you just got there and if you just make it to lunch time you’ll be good after a smoke break. You sit down at your desk to log in but then this happens………
This is a new joint by #YRS boss Boogz Boogetz off Far Rockaways Most Wanted Mixtape dat droped today the beat is hard produced by Nano be sure to go cop that new mixtape LINK BELOW + Video Favorite Song Feat. Wiz Khalifa
New Joe Buddens im a big fan of his since back in the day when i first heard him in Coming for you Freestyle with Fabolous on the clue tapes he has alway been Lyrical & make that music you can feel. This is a Preview of the newest installment to the “Mood Muzik” sequal part 4 which drops 10-26-10
It’s hard to feel sorry for dude because this is just pure stupidity Rlmao…. I wonder who really got all that money from him, could have been one of them cyber dudes. All I can say is that a wet dream would have been much cheaper try it next time…
This is a new Freestyle exclusive called “High Rise” by Maybach Music Group (MMG) artist an Jamaica Queens native Maybach Dice Shoutout 2 Dice who sent this track 2 me when i reached out follow him on twitter @maybachdice he currently has a mixtape out Statue of Liberty in Miami check it out Download it at www.feeddawolves.net stay tuned for new mixtape 4,5,6 Coming soon i will keep yall posted
here is a freestyle from his mixtape thats out now
Glen Coffee was a pro football player with alot of upside an promise but he only played 1year in the NFL then he decided to retire going into his second year during training camp an said it was a calling from god an he wanted to be a preacher etc. 3months later in his hometown he is pulled over an arrested for carrying a concealed weapon smh at you are you serious what are you thinking?
Def Jam Rapstar is develped by 4MM Games this is a karaoke based game were you re enact the songs the words come on the screen you can watch videos as well a create your own while you are performing if you have the Pseye or Xbox Camera. it has alot of different features 45Songs such as I get around by 2pac, I get Money by 50Cent & Juicy by B.I.G to name a few this is the perfect party game.
Go Check It Out
Produced by J Rucker of byob this song is called #shortbusshawty featuring Soulja Boy, Oj Da Juiceman, Gucci Mane & Waka Flocka Flame
this clip was found on you tube the video was so funny i had 2 share it with yall
short short short short LMAO
1) For those who don’t know who you are what would you like to share to get them better acquainted an get familiar with the name?
BanG Em Smurf: 4 those who don’t know me I’m the former gunit cofounder/& 50cent business partner….a southside queens legend…
2) In the Past you were more of a hype man an did Adlibs etc. What inspired you to start rapping?
Bang Em Smurf: I felt like hiphop was diein..a lot of bullshit in the game…& who else got a BIGGER story 2 tell than me…& an when I say diein I mean in the streets everybody dancein now or goin pop…I DO IT 4 THE STREETS..
3) How did you come up with the FEED DA WOLVES movement?
Bang Em Smurf: I came up with the name down here in trinidad this shit is really the jungle down here & an I sat up in jail for dam near 4years a watched all these suckas get fat….now its time 4 the real niggaz 2 eat…& an that name stand out cause its a million other niggaz feeln like me who could relate..
4) When can we expect a new Bang Em Smurf & Domination Album?
Bang Em Smurf: 2011 we workn on that now as we speak….
5) What’s your best and Worst experience with the music industry?
Bang Em Smurf: My best was seein me & my old team (G-Unit) make history that was the beat feeln in the world we really use 2 get on our knees an pray we made & we did we defeated the odds& the worst was see how money change people…same niggaz that u will die 4 just filp on u…start feeln god cause they get paper LOL suckas..
6) As far as the Label situation is it still GF (Gangsta Flip Records?
Bang Em Smurf: Na its FEED DA WOLVES ENT gangsta flip records was a faze we left that in the past new era new money..
7) what can we expect from you going into 2011?
Bang Em Smurf: Me to be runnin this shit…..
8 ) What artists outside ya camp you feeling right now an would work with?
Bang Em Smurf: Im gonna say Cassidy,Young Buck, Yukmouth, na mean…I don’t really like workn out side my camp but if a nigga a real street nigga I’ll fuck with him/her..
9) what have you learned in the streets that helped you avoid bad situations in this industry?
Bang Em Smurf: Trust NO1…….loyalty is limited…..
10) If you wasn’t rapping what else would you be doing now?
Bang Em Smurf: Moving weight & an takin hits LOL LOL! Really th0
11) what’s you opinion on the state of hip hop?
Bang Em Smurf: This shit suck……niggaz don’t support real music know more
12) Is it possible to have friends in this business or is there no Loyalty?
Bang Em Smurf: NO friends in this game niggaz only care 4 they self or what they could get out a nigga.
13) Correct me if im wrong but doesn’t hip hop an WWE have alot in common seems like alot of acting?
Bang Em Smurf: You a 100% right this shit is wwe……a bunch of suckaz frontn fooln the world
14) Who all is on the FDW roster?
Bang Em Smurf: Me, Domination, Southpaw Da Don, Money M0, Fivealive & Maybach Dice he on FDW/MMG!
15) Last but not least do you ever see you an 50 Cent patching things up an working together?
Bang Em Smurf: Na I don’t see that happening its a new era niggaz don’t respect him no more……
(((((Check out http://feeddawolves.net/ to keep up with the movement )))))
To: LA Reid, Steve Bartels, Steve Gawley, Michael Seltzer, Joseph Borrino, Chris Hicks
Subject: PUT MY SHIT OUT!
Peace to all,
With all do respect to you all, Nas is NOBODY’s slave. This is not the 1800′s, respect me and I will respect you.
I won’t even tap dance around in an email, I will get right into it. People connect to the Artist @ the end of the day, they don’t connect with the executives. Honestly, nobody even cares what label puts out a great record, they care about who recorded it. Yet time and time again its the executives who always stand in the way of a creative artist’s dream and aspirations. You don’t help draw the truth from my deepest and most inner soul, you don’t even do a great job @ selling it. The #1 problem with DEF JAM is pretty simple and obvious, the executives think they are the stars. You aren’t…. not even close. As a matter of fact, you wish you were, but it didn’t work out so you took a desk job. To the consumer, I COME FIRST. Stop trying to deprive them! I have a fan base that dies for my music and a RAP label that doesn’t understand RAP. Pretty fucked up situation
This isn’t the 90′s though. Beefing with record labels is so 15 years ago. @ this point I just need you all to be very clear where I stand and how I feel about “my label.” I could go on twitter or hot 97 tomorrow and get 100,000 protesters @ your building but I choose to walk my own path my own way because since day one I have been my own man. I did business with Tommy Mottola and Donnie Einer, two of the most psycho dudes this business ever created. I worked well with them for one major reason……. they believed in me. The didn’t give a fuck about what any radio station or magazine said….those dudes had me.
Lost Tapes is a movement and a very important set up piece for my career as it stands. I started this over 5 years ago @ Columbia and nobody knew what it was or what it did but the label put it out as an LP and the fans went crazy for it and I single handlely built a new brand of rap albums. It’s smart and after 5 years it’s still a head of the game. This feels great and you not feeling what I’m feeling is disturbing. Don’t get in the way of my creativity. We are aligned with the stars here, this is a movement. There is a thing called KARMA that comes to haunt you when you tamper with the aligning stars. WE ARE GIVING THE PEOPLE EXACTLY WHAT THEY WANT. Stop throwing dog shit on a MAGICAL moment.
You don’t get another Nas recording that doesn’t count against my deal….PERIOD! Keep your bullshit $200,000.00 fund. Open the REAL budget. This is a New York pioneers ALBUM, there ain’t many of us. I am ready to drop in the 4th quarter. You don’t even have shit coming out! Stop being your own worst enemy. Let’s get money!
This a new joint from Up & Coming R&B pop artist for his new mixtape check his music out at http://www.keynotez.com/
Back in early 2000 Oh Boyee (Founder) & Shawn Evans (Co Founder) came up with the creation of M.O.E.T Entertainment . This was Created for various reasons the modo was always Money Over Everything an i came up with the idea for the logo that we branded to use for Promotions of all sorts from Clothing, Parties to music etc. its not only music its a lifestye as well alot people repping the team hard. We have a few Artists on the Roster we were working with to get things in motion such as J.R up & Coming rapper & Producer , NorSo rapper. With Shawn gone RIP we must grind harder than ever to put the team an movement in full effect… So moment of silence for my best friend & business partner. Shoutout to @ma610 for hooking me up with the new M.O.E.T logo if yall need any graffic work he is the guy for the job. …..
When i say RAP what comes to mind when you think of this particular genre of music? The birth of Hip Hop was in the Bronx NY. They had alot of artists coming on the map from this state such as Krs1,LL Cool J,Eric B an Rakim,Big Daddy Kane Etc. Across the Coast on the other side of the country was Eric “Eazy E” Wright the founder of N.W.A the premier gangsta rap group they spoke on alot of controversial events that had some people in America furious. The best thing about music is having the ability to voice your opinion an alot of people did it. Early on songs such as fight the power, niggas with attitudes,etc. In the early 90s was when rap was at its best there was alot of talent in the game if you couldn’t spit with the best you couldn’t spit at all REAL TALK. The RISE in Hip hop was 2pac an Biggie these guys had attracted fans of all crowds an made alot of good music plus were very marketable opening the doors to acting for many rappers down the line clothing lines etc. Now With the good comes the Bad the FALL the media has the power to destroy anyone an it did in this case both young performers used music to air out personal business with each other starting the east vs west beef as the media portrayed 2pac made hit em up which was the best diss song ever made in MY OPINION. What many people dont know is that biggie never dissed him back, “Who shot ya” is not a Pac diss biggie has gone on record saying this we lost both these artists due to beef but today many artists glorify beef to sell records have we not learned anything Hip Hop? With Big an Pac gone this opened the door to alot new acts mainly DMX, Jayz who was overshadowed by success of Pac Big an Nas at the time. We should respect Jayz cuz when Rap was at its lowest point he put the game on his back with “in my lifetime vol.2” a classic album at that time Roc-a-Fella records and Ruff Ryders had game on smash. In the end both these camps eventually split ways like most rappers from NY, from the beginning NY rappers never stuck together from krs1 vs mc shan to nas vs jayz to big vs pac if we wanna be technical since they both from NY. The birth place of hip hop has never been able to stick together causing the south to move in on there territory taking over the game. The south has had a very long run dating back to the Lil Jon days all because they work with each other promote all artists an keep the music coming. its time someone steps to the Mic a reclaims the throne for Eastcoast because music has turned into a colorful dance scene with product that we are now handed. Will REAL RAP ever come back only time will tell…..
Dedication, determination an disipline are the deciding factors to determine who is gonna shine artists must maintain this to keep them in grind mode. Just like everything else in life it’s all about work ethic who is coming out with the most music consistantly an keeping the fans satisfied. The reason you need to do that is because the fans dictate how long ya career is gonna last by the work you give them. The fans are the ones who go out an support you come to your shows etc. In recent years alot of artists have been using the mixtape platform to keep their buzz up by doing mixtapes monthly to keep the airwaves open with their music such as Wiz Khalifa, A-Mafia, Lil Wayne to name a few.
The best tool to promote your music now is the internet it has everything you could need an most people have access to it. There are alot of sites that puts music an mixtapes up available which artists have been taken advantage of to push their music most do free downloads so everyone can get it while others charge. If you notice its like the artists must give the fans a free teaser before they drop an album to help with sales now more than ever. A good example is Rick Ross with the Albert Anastasia mixtape which first gave us a listen to the song BMF which was a major hit for him going into “Teflon Don” album even Eminem who always tops the charts came out with a mixtape before “The Recovery” dropped.
In the past all you needed to do was get one single on the radio an that would dictate most of your album sales, but since music has drastically declined over the years now people wanna hear more before they buy an album an artists must deliver an sell them selves more than ever seems like you gotta give to receive sales especially with the ability to download music which is already taking away from them. Artists these days must have good work ethic an know the business side of things as well because these labels are shelving artists more than ever now.. Alot people fell victim to that an have singles out but no album follows up behind it an labels own the rights to the music.
The alternate to the majors is taking the independent route which is probably the best way to go in my opinion. The reason i feel that way is because there is no promotion like self promotion you get out of it what you put in an have creative control for the most part which the major labels usually dictate.. Alot artists get mad at the South an new rappers that just pop up out of no were but at the end of the day the worst artist is gonna shine if he is putting the work an delivering music constantly. In some cases its not all about talent its about ya GRIND an how bad you really want it. In close i think if all artists gives the bigger picture 100% an knows how to A) make good music B)business perspective C) how to market themselves to all fanbases an be original with the music they make they will be successful GRIND some artists got it an others don’t hard work pays off when the money comes in an thats a fact..