Gillie Da Kid in studio visual “5am in Philly” visual by Philly Spielberg
Chris Kelly from the 90s rap group Kriss Kross was found unresponsive in his Atlanta home and pronounced dead a short time later. Smh. An autopsy is pending of course, with a neighbor describing him as a really pleasant person, who often played classical music. Smh again. Da Brat expressed her grief on Twitter tweeting “Damn wasn’t we just at the SoSo Def 20 rehearsal?” Chris was 34 years old. Tell Heavy D we miss him too, sweetie.
Chris Browns father has expressed his concern with his son’s toxic relationship with Rhi Rhi. “Big Breezy” has stated he’s fearful that his son will end up like Amy Winehouse or Bobby and Whitney. To say that I wanted Dad to sit his absentee ass down would be an understatement. Fo’ real. Sir, your child (who is grown enough to be on probation as well as make his own decisions) needs you to explain the dangers of having a hair trigger temper which can result in screaming at and leaving your bodyguard stranded, putting chairs through studio windows, scuffling with another R&B artist over a parking space and last but not least putting five across the lip of your woman. He needs parental guidance not an Instagram account to express how he feels “crucified”. Please and thank you.
…..Plus Rhi Rhi seemingly has a new boytoy by the name of Justin Laboy.
Make sure you hit the street in celebration of Gucci Mane’s release from jail. *cues applause* The rapper was jailed for probation assault after assaulting a fan who asked Gucci for an autograph which resulted in said fan literally ending up with a gash in his skull. I’m telling you if I could randomly assault chicks who have exposed thongs and men over 25 with cornrows and come out on top, the world would be the beginning of a better place.
THE WAIT IS OVER!! Don Cannon & Ace McClowd [Cannon Music Group/WSE] in conjunction with A New Day Co-Op/5th Ave Boi’z Present….. Long Awaited Big Ooh! x JiMMe Wallstreet “Twin Towers” The Mixtape!! Big Ooh! from the streets of Trenton NJ & JiMMe Wallstreet from Philadelphia PA came together to heat the streets up for the summer!! With Guest appearances from Don Cannon, Ace McClowd, Beanie Sigel & Mike Knox, also with nothing less than stellar production from Don Cannon, Certifyd, Riz Delux & Halas, Wes Manchild & Transformers Prod. to name a few… First single “The Bridge” on YouTube NOW!! They’re just gettin’ started!!!! #InstantClassic #LetzGetIntoIt!!
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After making his rounds overseas, Philly’s favorite white boy is back in King of the Dot. Battling in Don’t Flop with an impressive showing against crowd favorite Blizzard, Rone came away with the W and added yet another body to his ever growing war path. With recent victories over Okwerdz and Protege and a hotly contested battle against Nils M/ Skils, Rone has more than proven himself a threat and is now content to take high profile matches against fellow top tier opponents. Known largely for his quick wit and effortless flow, hard hitting punchlines and screw-face inducing bars have recently begun to work their way into his repertoire. Seen most frequently as of late in King of the Dot, Rone was invited to take part in the always classic Vengeance 2 event against arguably his toughest opponent yet in Fresco.
Without a doubt one of the most popular battlers to ever step into the ring, Fresco does not at first glance appear to be a typical battle rapper. Certainly one of the most successful battlers of the written era, many people were caught off guard by the Rockford, IL emcee. Having no involvement with the scene prior to 2008, Fresco was not on many people’s radars. Coming out of the gates hot, Fresco took down Moodswangz to begin his career. Since then, his resume has grown to include names such as Kid Twist, Soul Khan and Real Deal, among other classic showings against a variety of opponents. With a unique personality and an even more unique flow, Fresco’s originality is one of his biggest assets, always approaching opponents from unexpected angles and with devastating schemes. Making his first 1 vs. 1 appearance in King of the Dot, Fresco brought his A game against Rone, making this one of the best battles of the night.
DJ Jazzy Jeff gives a run down of his favorite DJs, the evolution of technology effecting DJs, talks getting thrown out the door on “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”, changing Aunt Viv on the show, what it takes to be #1, people automatically associating him with Will Smith, says you have to surround yourself with honest people, would love to play for Obama, webisodes “Vinyl Destination” that show him traveling around the world, says money cannot but happiness & much more!