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Video inside Bernie Sanders Enter's Rally With The Ultimate Rap Theme

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12 hours ago

Was Taxstone The Guy Troyave fought before shots were fired?

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| By killuminati - 12 hours ago

Just so y'all know🤔

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Can anyone confirm taxstone was there??....i think this story is bs...but u never know nowadays cthagod & tax kinda silent today


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2:10-2:17 taxstone man. He says something like "helping tax man" they gone take this vid down to much evidence

can somebody with a good ear listen to that cause i dont hear sh*t but alot of people seem to hear it....i dont have headphones so i can really hear it good on my phone speaker but dude in the comments is basicly saying u can hear unclemurda and friend mention "go help tax", "why u aint help tax"

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Detroit Gave Chief Keef a new hit

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Image inside Married THOT Jhene Aiko sitting on Big Sean's lap

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| By Xaiv - 14 hours ago

Okay #JheneAiko and #BigSean! #BaeWatch? Via: @adesamuel #ShesAMarriedWoman #SoNoBaeWatch

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I thought she was married?

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Video inside Add Gucci Mane on snapchat: GuwopSnap

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17 hours ago

Video inside Gucci Gets Maybach upon returning from prison & his gold and platinum plaques

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| By guccigucci82 - 17 hours ago

i guess the haters cant say gucci aint never went gold anymore

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17 hours ago

Troy Ave), 33, charged with Attempted Murder & Criminal Possession of a Weapon

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| By Supaman 1987 - 17 hours ago

This sh*t only getting worse and worse

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19 hours ago

Troy Ave has been arrested after the deadly shooting at concert

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| By A.Dot789 - 19 hours ago

Rapper Troy Ave from Brooklyn with a beef was charged Thursday with opening fire backstage at Irving Plaza during a T.I. concert, killing one and wounding two others — and himself, police sources said.

Troy Ave, of Crown Heights, was charged with reckless endangerment and illegal weapons possession, according to sources.

Troy, who was to perform at the show, had a beef with Maino, who had just left the stage when at least five shots rang out, sources said.

“There is clear video, very graphic video. He walks right out, women all around, and starts shooting his gun,” a source said.

"It's an ongoing rap group rivalry, him and Maino."

Police said they were awaiting the result of ballistics tests before charging Troy Ave with murder.

It was unclear why Troy Ave allegedly gunned down Ronald “Edgar” McPhatter, who was said to be close to the rapper.

Troy Ave was arrested at NYU Langone Medical Center, sources said.

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22 hours ago

Audio inside Continental Five (50 Cent Cousin) - Stressed

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| By DjInfamous804 - 22 hours ago

Continental Five with another track from the vault "Stressed" as he progresses forward to the upcoming mixtape "Against All Odds" dropping June 16th.

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22 hours ago

Image inside 1997: Stone Crazy vs. Likwidation

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| By Chris444 - 22 hours ago

So for the year 97 I decided to go Latin for a minute and put these two similar groups against each other with The Beatnuts Stone Crazy vs. Tha Alkaholiks Likwidation.

So which one will you choose?

Stone Crazy


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22 hours ago

Audio inside [NEW] DJ Scream Ft. 21 Savage, Juicy J & Young Dolph – Lit

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dont ask me i found this on reddit

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Video inside DJ Drama - Wishing ft. Chris Brown, Skeme, Lyquin (Official Music Video)

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22 hours ago

Blue looking like Pac in the tub David LaChapelle levels of not giving a fu-k

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| By talkofny2k4 - 22 hours ago

Yall can pretend like this sh*t ain't really happening.
But on the real it's bouta be a hot summer!

Only on boxden this song is a flop.
Lil niggas you're not needed but this a warmup.

Verse 1: Jay Z]
You know you made it when the fact
Your marriage made it is worth millions
Lemonade is a popular drink and it still is

Survival of the littest

Niggas who really up versus nigga up in your business
I'm in the room where real niggas not allowed
I'm the only one in the room that they fear right now
I think they're clear right now
Let's celebrate, no red champagne, we don't play that
All we see is gold bottles and paper plane hats
Twenty one Grammy's that I use for D'usse cups
I'm on the penthouse floor, call your way up
The OG's say, "HOV, how high is high enough?"
I said "'till we eye and eye with the higher ups"
Until we let 'em know, we ain't those niggas
Until our baby's showered in gold nigga
Blue looking like Pac in the tub
David LaChapelle levels of not giving a fu*k
Prince left his masters where they safe and sound
We never gonna let the elevator take him down

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22 hours ago

Video inside Vietnamese Chick bust a freestyle for Obama during Speech

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22 hours ago

GQ: Bobby Shmurda: His Surreal Saga and Exclusive Jailhouse Interview (long read)

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| By WestieLion - 22 hours ago

Bobby Shmurda: His Surreal Saga and Exclusive Jailhouse Interview

One minute he was a hip-hop sensation starting a viral dance craze, the Shmoney Dance, and rhyming about guns and drugs and murder. The next he was locked up, indicted on a slew of charges involvingÂ…guns and drugs and murder. The governmentÂ’s case against Bobby Shmurda, now heading to trial, raises all kinds of nagging questions, but none more troubling than this: Does the justice system fundamentally misunderstand the world of rap?

Chewy wanted some weed. This was before the viral music video, before the record deal, before the world fame under the stage name Bobby Shmurda, and before the indictment that has waylaid his rap career, possibly forever.

On the evening of November 5, 2013, he was still just Chewy, his childhood nickname, when he climbed the stairs of his apartment building. He was headed up to his friend Pluto's place. Pluto was the local marijuana vendor in this part of Brownsville, Brooklyn, which, together with adjacent neighborhoods in the far eastern end of the borough—East New York, East Flatbush, Canarsie, where the subways end—is regularly described by the police and the media as one of the most violent precincts in New York City. When Chewy reached the landing of Pluto's apartment, he felt something cold and hard touch the back of his head.

"They shot him right in front of my face," Chewy recalls now. "When they shot him, I turned my head to the wall, like: I don't know nothin', I ain't see nothin'. They grabbed me into the house. And then they had the gun to my mouth. They were like: 'Where the drugs at?' I'm like, 'Listen, I never been here before. I just came for some weed. I don't know nothin' about nothin'.' 'Stop fu*kin' lyin'! You wanna die, too?' I'm like, 'I do not wanna die, but I don't know where no drugs are.' It was like a fu*ked-up predicament." The men ransacked the apartment and found the weed. They instructed Chewy and two others who were there to get onto the floor. "They said if we move they gonna kill us right there." When the men left, Chewy and the others ran to the kitchen, where they found Pluto dead.

Ackquille Pollard recounted this story and its rather cinematic details one morning this March, in an interview room at the Rockland County Correctional Center, 40 miles north of New York City. He had by then spent the past 462 days, including his 21st birthday, in jail. As a friend put it, "He didn't even see 2015." In the waning days of 2014, mere months after Pollard had become a hip-hop supernova as Bobby Shmurda, he and a dozen of his friends had been arrested for allegedly operating a gang that had conspired to commit murder, maintain an arsenal of weapons, and sell drugs.

At Rockland, he was being held in "protective custody," away from the general population, and could only come out of his cell for 75 minutes each day. He was said to be in a mutable state of paranoia, anger, and unreason, a product of being caged indefinitely and solitarily, but on this day, dressed in the classic orange coveralls of the American jailhouse, he was, by turns, calm, cheerful, and cautious. His trial was set to begin on May 11—it would later be delayed, at the request of Pollard's defense, until September—and he said he remained steadfast in his desire to accept no plea offer. He'd been busy during his incarceration, he said. He spoke of the "movies" he had written, including one based on the story of his life. "That's going to be a fiction story about this whole experience," he said, laughing. "I gotta say fiction, though. It's going to be a fiction story."

As we worked through the chronology of his life so far, he came to the tale of Pluto's murder. This, he said, was the moment he decided to make a serious attempt at a career he'd always fantasized about but had done next to nothing to make real: "I felt like I survived for a reason."

Within two months, he and a friend named Chad "Rowdy" Marshall had written more than a dozen songs, enough for a mixtape, which they hustled on the street for five bucks a copy. But now they needed to make videos and upload them to social media, an essential step for finding an audience in hip-hop today. They chose two of Pollard's favorite tracks, "Hot Nigga" and "Shmoney Dance," and paid a local kid $300 to shoot them.

One gray afternoon in early March 2014, Pollard, his elder brother, Javese, Rowdy, and all their friends convened in a vacant lot near East 95th and Clarkson. They were boys of Caribbean descent—sons of immigrants from Jamaica, Haiti, St. Vincent—who had grown up in varyingly difficult circumstances: some basically orphans, others sometimes homeless. They were frequently in trouble. Pollard was even sent to juvenile detention for assxault, then for a gun charge that authorities later dropped. Everyone had nicknames—Chewy, Rowdy, Monty, Rasha, A-Rod, Mitch, Meeshie—and the boys considered themselves a family to such a degree that they invented a pair of fake last names to go by, adding "Sh" to "money" and "murder." The Shmoneys and the Shmurdas. But now they needed a name for themselves, their hip-hop collective. Pollard says he came up with it: GS9.

Bobby Shmurda performs in New York on October 30, 2014, not even two months before his arrest

Hanging out on the corner that afternoon for the video shoot, they performed for the camera. The result was low-budget but stylish. No gyrating vixens, no Maybachs, no hundred-dollar bills fluttering in the air. Just Pollard rapping in front of some dudes. There were cornrows, hoodies, joints rolled and smoked. Pollard, now fully Bobby Shmurda, rapped over a beat he'd discovered on the Internet, baleful and stripped-down, with occasional horns that sounded like emergency Klaxons. The lyrics were pure street—calling out friends with their real nicknames and saying things like bi*ch, if it's a problem, we gonna gun brawl. But Shmurda's performance also exuded energy and a kind of joy, especially the moment when he chucked his cap in the air and did a strange, vaguely feminine dance move, swaying his hips in time to the slow rhythm. It would later be dubbed the Shmoney Dance.

"Hot Nigga" went up on YouTube on March 28, 2014, surpassed 20,000 views within a few weeks, and was a local hit by May. Then, at the beginning of July, an A&R man at Epic Records named Sha Money XL—from East Flatbush and Queens, himself of Haitian heritage, and most famous for shepherding 50 Cent to fame—clicked on a link to the video.

Lotta new guys coming out are sound-alikes," Sha Money told me. "This was something that didn't sound like anything. They're coming in with their own lingo—I'm hearing new words I ain't never heard in the streets. And they had a swag with 'em that was like: Okay, this is a new era. This is the next generation, clearly. I was just mesmerized by the whole persona. They were looking like the New York that I know. A lot of artists don't capture New York no more, but here's someone in the streets of Brooklyn, in their neighborhood, giving you that raw look, how it really looks."

Bobby Shmurda had been discovered.


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22 hours ago

Video inside 50 Cent's Power | Season 3 Official Trailer

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22 hours ago

Image inside So Baby and Wayne are back on bad terms are they ?

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| By Draped Up - 22 hours ago

These pics were taken less than a week ago, I wonder what happened during that time, or if TMZ is full of sh*t

These were taken on the set of Turk's video shoot for "Its In Me Part 2", Baby and Wayne were seen multiple times chatting, greeted with a handshake and hug, and also left the shoot together in Birdman's tour bus.

I'm calling ducktales on this whole "beef is back on" bullsh*t, this is also a Cash Money Records/Rich Gang/Universal release.

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22 hours ago

Article inside Mother of man slain at T.I. concert at Irving Plaza slams rapper he died protecting

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| By Kick N da Door - 22 hours ago

The mother of a Brooklyn man shot protecting a budding hip hop star at Irving Plaza slammed the rapper Thursday for not offering his condolences.

Ronald McPhatter, who was known as Edgar, was fatally shot during a backstage brawl Wednesday night between the entourages for Crown Heights rapper Troy Ave and a rival, Maino, during a show headlined by T.I., according to sources.

McPhatter, 33, died doing what he’d done for many years — looking out for Troy Ave, the victim’s mother, Rose McPhatter said at the Gowanus Houses.

“He actually cared a lot about Troy Ave. My wish is that Troy Ave cared as much about my son as he cared about him. I say that because I watched how my son would always bend over backwards to help him,” Rose said.

“If he (Troy Ave) cared about my son as much as he alleged he does, I would've received a call from him. He didn't call me he, he didn't call any of my other sons.”

McPhatterÂ’s brother is Shanduke McPhatter, a former gangster who now serves as the executive director of Gangstas Making Astronomical Community Changes.

Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said that Maino had just finished performing when a brawl broke out in the second-floor greenroom around 10 p.m.

An Irving Plaza employee told the Daily News the beef was between Maino and Troy AveÂ’s crews. Boyce did not confirm the two performers were at the center of the showdown.

The fight began as “fisticuffs,” Boyce said, before someone fired at least five blasts from a 9-mm handgun.

“It went on for about five minutes. People were shot,” Boyce said.

The gunfire turned the crowd into a stampede. Concertgoers scrambled over furniture, bolting for the exits.

“People were running and stomping over one another,” said Rodney Molina, 37.

McPhatter was shot in the stomach, stumbled downstairs and collapsed near a bar. He later died at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital.

Troy Ave, 30, whose real name is Roland Collins, was shot in the leg and driven to NYU Langone Medical Center in an SUV, sources said.

“He's part of the rap posse that was there last night,” Boyce said of Troy Ave, who had not taken the stage.

One bullet went through the floor and struck Christopher Vinson, 34, in the abdomen.

Reached on the phone at Bellevue Hospital, Vinson declined to comment in a hoarse voice.

Maggie Heckstall, 26, shot in the leg, was also treated at Bellevue, where she was visited early Thursday morning by 50 Cent.

Boyce said police were investigating how the firearm made it inside the venue. Metal detectors were in the building, he said.

A revolver may also have been involved in the mayhem, Boyce said.

Bratton lamented that investigators were not getting full cooperation from witnesses.

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