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"I thought that was funny for a n*gga to holler out 'baby money,'" Birdman says. "I was like, "Wow, f*ck, what do you mean 'Baby money'? N*gga, that ain't no little money. We around here getting it. It wasn't nothing, we ain't trip. I was like, 'Yeah, since it's such a big deal, f*ck yeah we got 'Baby Money.' That Bugatti and that Lauder jet comes from 'Baby Money.'"
"I don't think ['It's Good'] is a diss record. It wasn't more than what he said. N***as was G'ing up about what was said," Birdman continued. "We did that, done that, off that brother. We're on our
DJ Khaled takes over Webstar Hall in NYC performing his latest single “Take It To The Head” and bringing out Big Sean presenting him with a platinum plaque for his Finally Famous hit “Dance (A$$)” with record executive Kevin Liles.
TMZ, Curren$y is planning to sue Dame Dash for $1.5 million for allegedly selling his music without his permission.
Rapper Curren$y’s music is NOT to be trifled with — and to prove it … the MC is suing famed music producer Damon Dash, claiming he is hocking several Curren$y albums without permission.
Curren$y filed the lawsuit against Jay-Z’s old biz partner and former co-owner of Roc-A-Fella Records — claiming he and Dash tried to negotiate an agreement to release music together in 2010 … but the deal never materialized.
Curren$y claims Dash released two of his albums in 2010 — but the two still couldn’t reach an agreement … so Curren$y signed with Warner Bros. in January 2011.
But according to the lawsuit, Damon was unmoved — and CONTINUED to release Curren$y’s music despite the new WB contract, which gave WB exclusive rights to Curren$y’s jams.
Now, Curren$y is demanding the producer quit profiting off him in any way. Curren$y also wants $1.5 million in damages.
But Damon fired back at the accusations with his own response — claiming, he has the right to release the albums in question because he was given permission. What’s more — Damon says Curren$y stabbed him in the back, reneging on his agreement with Damon and signing with WB instead.
A judge has yet to rule on the case.
TMZ, Rick Ross will get to keep his stage name as an L.A. County Superior Court judge threw out a lawsuit by “Freeway” Rick Ross stating the former drug dealer had no case. Rozay was sued back in 2010 for copyright infringement by “Freeway” Rick Ross in a California Federal Court who was looking to be compensated $10 million for using his name
The tour will begin in Concord, CA at the Sleep Train Pavilion on May 7 with stops in Las Vegas (May 11), Houston (May 17), Atlanta (May 20), Chicago (June 2), New York City (June 16), and many more.
Tickets go on sale March 23 at LiveNation.com. Full tour schedule after the jump.
According to Variety, Dre is set to co-produce the horror thriller “Thaw” for the Crucial Films movie banner. The script for the film will be written by Vik Weet, with a story focusing on an “ancient evil that emerges from the rapidly melting ice in the Yukon.”
Dre is no stranger to the movie business, with a résumé that includes acting appearances in the 1996 heist flick “Set It Off,” as well as turns in the comedy “The Wash” and cop drama “Training Day.” He announced a deal in 2007 to team with New Line Cinema’s Crucial Films to produce a series of dark comedies and horror films and “Thaw” would be the first effort under that compact.
And, of course, Dre is also still working on his long-promised Detox album. Rick Ross recently told MTV News that he had joined the likes of Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Jay-Z, 50 Cent and Nas as a contributor to the top secret project. – MTV
One of the most popular songs from both Aaliyah and Timbaland’s catalog, Timbo actually revealed that song almost never came to be. Sad, how two of the parties responsible for the song (Aaliyah and the song’s writer, Static Major) aren’t even around anymore.
Kanye West ruining their SXSW show, and more. Slaughterhouse is set to play at the Best Buy Theater in New York City tonight.
Cash Money’s newest signee Mystikal and Derick G brings us behind-the-scenes for the making of his “Original” video which dropped earlier this month. He’ll release his forthcoming sixth studio LP Original later this year.