Dski style of Hip Hop is dark humor, it’s basically some things people can relate to, laugh at, or just say that shits fucked up but sick. Growing up for Dski when he was a kid, he liked to rhyme and make up songs. When he got older he started writing, free-styling with some of his friends, listening to mostly Hip Hop/Rap, and playing with sounds to make beats. It didn’t hit him until later that music is something that he loves doing. “I love all kinds of music, and good beats to flow off of. My mission is to work harder than hard at this business, failure is not on my agenda. I’m a Rapper, Writer, Producer &, Director.”- Dski
Pitbull has issued a remix to Baauer’s popular dance track “Harlem Shake,” and on it, the Miami native makes it clear that he doesn’t approve of Lil Wayne’s recent rant against the Miami Heat. “I’m self-made, I’m self-paid / I grew up with no daddy, I’m from Miami-Dade,” raps Pitbull. “It’s a deposition / Watch what you speak / Who’s the definition of Miami? Me / I move cultures, don’t believe me? / Watch and see.” On the second verse, he attacks Wayne. “You got money, yeah that’s sweet / But we all know Slim and Baby really eat / You talk Miami, yes you talkin’ Heat / Moral of the story, don’t sh*t where you eat,” he raps. Pitbull is the latest Miami based rapper to criticize Wayne for his comments; following criticism from Trick Daddy and Luther “Luke” Campbell.
King Piff born in Panama City , Panama and came to the United States at the age of 2. King Piff and his mom where back and forth from Panama to Brooklyn, NY until he turned 5. They overcame alot to be able to permantely reside in the U.S. He began break dancing and pop locking at the age of 5 , he had discovered something he loved along with his other artistic abilities to draw and paint. It wasn’t until the age of 8 when he first heard ladi dadi , by Slick Rick and Rock the Bells by L.L. Cool J that he knew what he wanted to be when he got older. He started writing down his first rhymes at the age of 8 and recorded his first song at the age of 10. He has been blessed with the opportunity to perform at the Arc in Brooklyn , Wetlands , various Cuny colleges , theaters , halls and so forth. He had 2 big opportunities to be signed with a major. After failed attempts he joined the marines, after being discharged with an O.T. H . he moved back to BK and got back to work. It’s been a very long and difficult road and you can hear it in his music , the frustration , anger , passion , as well as the slick talking wity wordplay , that NY MC’s have been known to posses. He have gotten comparisons from Tupac , Ghostface , Nas , Dmx , Prodigy , & common. Written by CollabOoO on the android market : A unique blend of Hip-Hop and Reggae with genius lyrical ability CollabOoO recommends King Piff!! He has 2 songs that have been placed on a straight to tv movie entitled the cross bearer this movie is scheduled to air on HBO. http://youtu.be/cb_z2xqU6MA : Other than honorable reloaded http://youtu.be/qj1RLhjexoo: Finish line http://youtu.be/mci2_k_z7P0 : Money and the power http://youtu.be/nHwJDV0uHsE: Maino Shout out
Founded Summer 2011, Fix Ya Face Entertainment has become a household name in todays HIP HOP market; On the heels of success’ of his matriarch, Ella Camp Fix Ya Face’s has been established as a respected brand providing services in but not limited to: artist development, ,brand management, and general management services provided to many of the Music Industry’s brightest up coming acts. With a roster that includes artists such as Young K.O., G-Sun,, Fix Ya Face is doing its part to continue the success, and cementing of its existence. Well respected by true HIP: HOP fans, and industry insiders alike, Fix Ya Face however new it may be, it has a long lineage, with affiliations and collaborative efforts which include work with ODG Entertainment’s J-Hood (formerly of D-Block, L.O.X affiliation), Choo Biggz ( Slowbucks) Sean Hampton of Good Money Brothers, and SoSerious TL, as well as Shyheim Franklin (formerly of Wu-Tang Clan, now CEO of Bottom Up Recordz). In the years to come Fix Ya Face will look to capitalize on the success and momentum created by the releases of G- Sun’s 24/7 From Sunrise to Sunset mixtape, which warranted an overwhelming amount of downloads of many of today’s major outlets for downloaded materials, including DatPiff.com; The mixtape included features from Indy artists such as A-Wiz, Naturral, and David Jones. As mentioned Fix Ya Face Entertainment is a full service Entertainment Company, whom also has its ties to many of todays buzz-worthy showcasing events in NYC, including both signed and unsigned artist
Brockton, MA fourth grader, 9-year-old Luis Rivera Jr has assumed the rapper moniker Lil Poopy and placed his father in some trouble with local police. Brockton police have filed a 51A against Lil Poopy’s father, Luis Rivera Sr., which allows the Department of Children and Families to investigate allegations of child abuse and/or neglect. In various YouTube videos, the prepubescent rapper is videotaped having an older woman gyrate on him, partying in nightclubs where alcohol is served and referring to himself as a “coke boy.” Lil Poopy’s numerous music videos involving scantily clad women was “a bit much for a 9-year-old,” according to Brockton police Lt. David Dickinson. Lil Poopy is affiliated with Cocaine City founder/CEO, French Montana and released a mixtape entitled Coke Ain’t A Bad Word in October of 2012.
Luis Rivera Sr claims his son is doing nothing wrong and likens his on-video butt slapping to celebration maneuvers in sports. “When you hit a home run, when you go to the bleachers, they tap you on the butt,” Rivera said. The father of the French Montana prodigy claims his son makes $7,500 a performance and that he has contacted his legal representation in regards to the matter.
Rick Ross, Jay-Z and Dr. Dre are being sued over a sample on the Ross track “3 Kings.” Gospel songwriters Clara Shepherd Warrick and Jimmy Lee Weary, filed the suit against the three stars, as well as producer Jake One and Universal Music Group.
Warrick and Weary filed the suit over an unlicensed sample of 1976;s “I??m So Grateful (Keep In Touch),” to which they own the rights. They also take exception to a song that doesn’t represent their values. ??The video includes very graphic depictions of drug use, vulgarity, nudity, gun violence, criminal conduct, actions demeaning to women and many other items that are certainly inconsistent with Plaintiffs wishes for how Plaintiffs song would be portrayed, the lawsuit says. ??Once the Grammy Awards are broadcast, the listeners will be alerted to existence of Plaintiffs song, at which time it will be subjected worldwide to irreparable harm of being linked to defendant??s song.?
According to AllHipHop, Weary says he was not contacted for permission to sample the song nor was he compensated. Warrick and Weary are suing for copyright infringement, unfair trade practices, unfair competition by misappropriation, conversion and unjust enrichment.
Not only did he put on a helluva show in Detroit the other night, Big Sean also launched his new adidas Originals Pro Model II sneaker. In the clip above, Sean talks with Complex about the collaboration and his history with adidas.
After Lil Wayne‘s red colorway SW1 shoe with Stevie Williams was so popular, SUPRA have decided to release 3 more shoes with Tunechi before he will drop his Chimera line on May 1st. SUPRA are calling these 3 sneakers the “Vice Pack” collection and they will include: Vaider Light “Candy Paint” (cost $115), Skytop III “White Cup N Purple Stuff” (cost $125), and S1W “Real Tree Camo” (cost $105). You will be able to purchase these 3 shoes from SUPRA‘s website soon. Weezy F Baby has already been spotted rocking the “Candy Paint” sneakers at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards and the “Real Tree Camo” sneakers at Game 6 Of The National League Championship Series. But if you want to see a more close-up view of the footwear, then you can do so after the jump below!
Flash Finga Flame AKA Johnny Blaze was born in Atlanta Ga. on Sept. 12, 1981. Grew up learning how to play several different instrument in his High School band such as piano, guitar, and drums. Johnny Blaze started making beats in 2005 shocking people around the world with his custom synth sounds and creativity. Not only is he a producer but he is also a recording engineer, graphix designer and music video editor and part time radio talk show host for spitsumflorida radio. He works with softwares such as Pro Tools LE, Adobe CS5 and Photo Shop. Johnny has worked with several upcoming artist including former member of 3.6 Mafia Crunchy Black, A- Bino Lucas, Red Riding Hood C- savage, Foolish P, Lil Brizzy and more. The equipment he uses to make his beats are Roland Fantom G8, Yamaha Motif XS6, Korg M50, Roland Gaia SH0-1, Akai Miniak, Ultranova, Les Paul Electric Guitar and a massive list of VST’S. Keep watching this awesome producer as he fights his way to working with Def Jam Records.
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