Chicago what’s going on I’m Shawno. And the group M.I.C. will be performing on July 16, 2013 at the United Center at 8:00 pm. Tickets are on sale at Tickets Master, United Center Box Office, and i will be giving away tickets myself so don’t miss out on this opportunity. Tickets are just $25 even you can’t beat that price. But wait HOLD UP!!! HOLD UP!!!!! HOLD UP!!!!!! You guys thought we was done we also have special guest Lil Herb, Katie Got Band, Sicko Mob, and Breezy Montana.
Chief Keef returns home after serving 60 days in Cook County Jevenile. The young rapper had family and fans to support him on his first day out. The time Keef was in there he came out with a bag full of notebooks ready to hit the studio. Chief Keef mother want him to get baptize, at New Beginning Church. Corey Brooks is pastor but no words from the baptizsim yet.
Derrick Rose the Chicago Bulls point guard has stepped up again. He decided to pay for Jonylah Watkins funeral. Watkins was shot and killed while her fatrher Jonathan Watkins change her diaper. Jonathan was targeted by some Gangsta Disciples. The funeral will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at New Beginnings Church in Woodlawn, Illinois.
AllHipHop News) Hip-Hop star Jay-Z is jumping into the world of movie scoring, for the upcoming film “The Great Gatsby.”
According to producer The Bullitts, he and Jay-Z are working on the score for the film, which was which is based on the classic novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
“Jay-Z and myself have been working tirelessly on the score for the upcoming CLASSIC ’The Great Gatsby,’” Bullitts tweeted. “It is too DOPE for words.”
If the trailer that has been released for the film is any indication, the new version of “The Great Gatsby” will be a departure from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s original novel.
The movie, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire, is due in theaters on May 10.
(AllHipHop News) Thousands of people are protesting a new show being launched on Oxygen TV, centered around rapper Shawty Lo and his 10 children.
Shawty Lo is starring in “All My Babies’ Mamas,” that centers around the Atlanta rapper’s “modern family” unit.
In addition to 10 his children, “All My Babies’ Mamas” stars the 10 mothers of Shawty Lo’s children and his new, 19-year-old girlfriend as well.
“By pushing these degrading images, your company seeks to profit from the humiliation of girls and women and the blatant stereotyping of African-Americans,” said the petitions creator, Sabrina Lamb.
“We think Oxygen and the show’s creators and producers have gone too far and if this show is aired, we will, without hesitation, boycott any and all companies that advertise during this minstrel show,” Lamb wrote.
In addition to the petition on Change.org, the show has spark mixed reactions on the Internet.
“Stop it with the black shame. Shawty Lo is not the black community,” wrote Tami Winfrey-Harris. “If the white guys over on Gawker aren’t hanging their heads over Mick Jagger, his many children, and their mothers, then you can still hold your head high in a world where Shawty Lo and ‘Fighter Baby Mama’ exist.”
“All My Babies’ Mamas” was created by Liz Gateley and Tony DiSanto of DiGa Vision.
Together, Gateley and DiSanto are the creative force behind such hit shows such “TRL,” “Run’s House,” “Nick Cannon Presents Wild ‘N Out” and others.
“All My Babies’ Mamas” is slated to debut in the Spring of 2013.
AllHipHop News) Chicago rapper Chief Keef will start off the new year fighting for his freedom in court tomorrow (January 2).
Prosecutors are attempting to put Chief Keef in jail, after he moved from his old residence, without telling his probation officer.
The rap star, born Keith Cozart, has moved from a residence with his uncle, into a house in the upscale neighborhood of Northbrook.
The sudden move has angered his probation officers and caused alarm for some of the residents of Northbrook, who fear his ties to the Black Gangster Disciples could bring problems to the neighborhood.
The rapper, who is on probation for pointing a gun at a police officer, is also facing a court date later in the month for a separate, alleged parole violation.
In that case, Chief Keef is accused of holding a gun at a range in New York in a video for Pitchfork Media, in violation of his probation.
(AllHipHop News) An 18-year-old aspiring rapper in Chicago is the latest casualty in the ongoing violence since the death of Joseph “Lil JoJo” Coleman.
Joshua “JayLoud” Davis was shot down around 11:30 PM, on Christmas day.
JayLoud’s sister said that he was shot after he got off a city bus, after an altercation with a group of men.
At the time of his slaying, JayLoud was wearing a sweatshirt honoring the life of Lil JoJo, who was shot and killed in September.
“He was killed because he was wearing a hoodie and getting off the bus,” Davis’ 24 year-old-sister said. “He was a great boy. He was only a baby.”
Police have been investigating Lil JoJo’s death and whether or not it was tied to a feud with rapper Chief Keef and his 3Hunna Squad.
Chief Keef is associated with the Black Gangster Disciples, while Lil JoJo was allegedly a member of the Gangster Disciples.
So far, police have no suspects in the slaying.
(AllHipHop News) Houston, Texas rapper Lil Flip is currently behind bars, after police in Mansfield, Louisiana, stopped a vehicle the rapper was in and found an assault rifle and drugs.
Police said Lil Flip, born Wesley Weston, was driving a 2010 Dodge Challenger, with a passenger in the car.
Police pulled his vehicle over, after they clocked him driving 86 mph in a 75 mile-per-hour zone.
Police searched the car and found a Bushmaster AR-15 assault rifle, as well as marijuana.
According to The Advertiser, Lil Flip was charged with multiple offenses, including possession of a firearm in the presence of a controlled dangerous substance and speeding.
Lil Flip, 31, is being held at the DeSoto Detention Center in Mansfield, on $35,000 bond.
The passenger, Olanza Sanders, was released after posting $25,000 bond.
AllHipHop News) The battle between Meek Mill and Cassidy continues to rage on, through social networks.
Both rappers are utilizing Twitter and Instagram to send insults directly to each other, as been customary since the beginning of their feud.
The Philadelphia-based rappers are locked in a dispute, after a $100,000 battle challenge was offered up by Meek Mill.
Cassidy accepted the offer and since then, the two men have been engaged in a war of words that culminated in the release of Cassidy’s track “Me Myself and iPhone,” and Meek Mill’s track “Repo.”
Today, Cassidy replied to the diss record, which was released late yesterday evening (December 27).
Atlanta rapper Lil Scrappy is taking advantage of his newfound popularity, since his appearance on “Love & Hip Hop ATL.”
Since his debut on the show in June of 2012, Lil Scrappy has been releasing a steady stream of music, including his third studio album The Grustle.
Now, Lil Scrappy is ready to introduce his fans to his alter ego “Merlot Jones,” who will make his official debut on an upcoming mixtape.
“I been working on this ‘Gangsta Grillz’ with DJ Drama, it’s called ‘Merlo’s Way.’ Merlo is my alter ego,” Lil Scrappy told AllHipHop.com. “Merlo Jones, that’s when I’m on my playa s**t.”
According to Lil Scrappy, the appearance on “Love & Hip Hop ATL” helped excite and even grow his core fan base, which he vowed not to abandon.
According to stats provided by VH1, “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” ranked as cable’s top reality series of the summer among adult 18-49 andwomen 18-49, throughout the 12 weeks of the series’ airing.
Overall, the series averaged 5 million total viewers.
“The love I been getting from some of the rappers and the streets, I have to put out something,” Lil Scrappy said of his new popularity. “This is what I do for real.”
But Lil Scrappy’s fans will also get another opportunity to see the rapper on the small screen in 2013 since the series performed so well for VH1.
“There’s going to be another season if y’all didn’t watch the little sneak preview [Love & Hip Hop Atlanta: Dirty Little Secrets] yall go f**k with that. It’s going to come out. When it does we turning up. Y’all just wanna see me act a fool.”