Although Rick Ross just dropped his mixtape The Black Bar Mitzvah on October 8th, the visual for “Diced Pineapples” was already waiting in the wing. Ross, Wale and Drake’s lyrics seemingly coincide with the incredible setting, which was produced by Director X (formerly Little X) in the Caribbean island of Anguilla. God Forgives, I Don’t is in stores now.
From the Land of the Purple Sprite, OG Ron C gives the new Aaliyah track, “Enough Said”, featuring Drake, the chopped up and not slopped up treatment. Get throwed.
With all the speculation of Drake being the executive producer of the late Aaliyah’s upcoming album, we finally get a dose of what to expect. Wonder what the critics have to say about this.
As one of the lead singles from the Dreamchasers 2 tape, Meek and Drizzy play out one of the many nights as a Rap star. As always creative direction by Dre Films.
After the MMG boys made it rain and partied it up at Sin City Cabaret in the Bronx, the crew made their way to Greenhouse to celebrate Teyana Taylor’s G.O.O.D. Music signing. And while there, according to sources, singer Chris Brown got into a scuffle with members of Drake’s entourage, in which various reports, including TMZ have indicated that it was probably over some good ole kitty-kat. Rihanna’s that is. He claims — whomever he’s referring to — ran into the bathroom after the melee (giving him a nice shiner on the chin:)
How u party wit a rich nigga that hate? Lol….Throwing bottles like girls? #shameonya! Niggas is pussy. Bottles? It’s nothing! Lol And I’m the singer? Niggas hiding in the bathroom bitch ass niggas! Ok! Niggas stand behind security!!!! Ok! U don’t pay them enough! Niggas throwing bottles! Y’all niggaz weak!
And although there were rumors pinpointing the finger to Meek Mill, who has also been recently linked to the Barbadian singer, he cleared his name via Twitter with this classic Shaggy song reference (below). In my best Chris Broussard imitation voice: A source tells me it was indeed an MMG smack-down and the bottle was in fact a Guinness bottle.
It wasn’t me…. (shaggy voice) lol
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) June 14, 2012
In the latest vlog clip from Meek Mill’s “Club Paradise” tour series, the MMG rapper takes us front and center on-stage in Detroit, as he and Drake perform their Dreamchasers 2 mixtape track “Amen” (minus Jeremih). Documented by Jon J. And below this, ya’ll can check out another clip from his web series, as that features Meek doing his thing in Alabama and Atlanta, and also getting tatted up with some new ink.
Barack ODrama slims down the features from his previous version, and adds on the homie Drake Drizzy, who serves up a new verse onto the intro along with Future who also tacks on some fresh bars, which weren’t included on the original. Props to BOBO. In case you missed it, hit the jump for a look at the visuals for the first version that consisted of T.I., Young Jeezy, Ludacris and Future on the guest tip.
Above is visuals of XO and OVO’s surprise performance together during Drake’s “Club Paradise” show at the Sleep Train Pavilion in Concord, California.