Like father like son. Romeo and Master P “On A Bubble” with some bad bitches. They ain’t fuckin’ with you haters, but what’s the deal with the telephone Percy?
Last night I posted the return of Silkk The Shocker. And now Master P, the No Limit commander in chief, has enlisted the help of Gucci Mane and his son Romeo with the track “Trending”. It might be safe to say a No Limit reunion is in the works. This track is off the upcoming Get Money movie soundtrack starring Percy and La Flare.
40 Glocc called up his westcoast soldiers for this one. E-40, Snoop Dogg, Too $hort, Xzibit and Siven spit their Golden State fire in “Welcome To California (Remix)”. Cameos from Kurupt, Daz Dillinger, Ice Cube, Ice T, Alchemist, Master P, Nipsey Hussle, WC, Mistah Fab, Don P, Philthy Rich and the dude who played Debo in the Friday movies. Plus they throw up a tribute to Nate Dogg at the end. Some of the cameos I can’t explain. Master P isn’t from Cali nor is Philthy Rich.
Mystikal called in to speak with Greg Streets after being released from prison. This was the first interview. Mystikal speaks on Soulja Slim’s death, contact with Master P and much more. Watch yaself!
*Note: I have to speak on this matter because I feel the need to back up Caesar on this entire Mystikal matter. As the most famous Hip Hop dedicated website on the Internet, we keep you closely updated with the latest in News in the game presently. We have the right to post opinions on certain matters and you as fans or readers do have the option to not read anything we say and post. Caesar made a general statement on welcoming home Mystikal after being locked up for six years on the charges he received. Caesar made it very clear that he does not condone any of the acts that were previously stated regarding why Mystikal was locked up.
It’s okay to welcome home T.I. when he was released but not okay to welcome home Mystikal regardless of why he was incarcerated? Caesar made no disregard to the allegations against Mystikal nor did he praise it. If you do not want to read our opinions or posts, you don’t have to. As far as bashing Caesar, it’s childish and completely out of context. If you don’t like what I’ve posted, don’t read it. It’s as simple as that. Let’s not have flashbacks of third grade on who said what and who didn’t say what.
I will spare everyone my huge issues I have with autotune or T-Pain for that matter and share with everyone Flavor Flav‘s godawful attempt at a song using the autotune software.
This video/song is horrible. Flavor Flav, while contributing to the birth and come up of Hip Hop just needs to stop. He was born in 1959! He kind of reminds me of Master P. P used to have street credit and dignity. Then he got old and found himself on TV dancing. **shakes head** Flavor Flav is kind of the same way. He is way too old to be making music and doesn’t have the look of a a Denzel or LL Cool J to find himself on a dating reality show.
What is your opinion on this song? Do you like it? Do you approve of a 51 year old man singing about love? Do you think Flavor Flav should just go away already? Regardless, I bet Chuck D is somewhere out there shaking his head.
The former Tankstress from Master P‘s No Limit record label is making a new album entitled Betty Rocka Locksmith slated for February of 2010. That’s right, if you forgot about Mia X; she’s making her return after a decade of silence.
Apparently the silence is due to the unexpected passing of her mother and father. She’s also been helping her younger sister get through medical school. The last full length album she put out was Mama Drama in 1998. Mia was showcased on C-Murder‘s song “Mihita” off his Screamin’ 4 Vengeance album released last year.
My honest opinion is that Mia X could murk any female rapper when it comes to beef. Not to mention one of the first female rappers to hit the commercial rap scene in the 90′s besides Lady of Rage. I know I’ll get clowned on for even saying that, but it’s why it’s called an opinion.
Master P‘s brother and former No Limit soldier C-Murder was sentenced to life in prison yesterday after he was found guilty on Tuesday of shooting and killing 16 year old Steve Thomas at a nightclub in 2002.
Judge Hans Liljeber sentenced the rapper, whose real name is Corey Miller, to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Miller’s lawyer, Ron Rokosky, requested to be removed as the rapper’s representation due to Miller being unable to pay his legal fees.