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Splash-A-Holics - "It Aint A Way It’s A Lifestyle Vol. 1" (Mixtape)

SPLASH-A-HOLICS
"It Ain't a Way, It's a Lifestyle Vol. 1"

 
01. Splash 101 Intro
02. Nothing
03. Picture Me Rolling
04. Unsolved Mystrey
05. Critical
06. P.I.M.P.S Skit
07. Creeper
08. Pole Tricks
09. Party
10. Green Lights (Feat. Murder H)
11. Honey Moon (Feat. Dre Butterz)
12. Blow The Band
13. Never Had Shit
14. Swerve (Feat. K Deezy)
15. I Get It In
16. Be Cool
17. Striaght Off The Block (Feat. Dopeboy Reese)
18. More Money More Problems
19. Al Katone Speaks
20. Decisions
21. Sunglasses

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Young Rome - "FUCK YOU MEAN"

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Touring with Hittmen DJ’s on the LoudPack Tour, enthusiasm for Young Rome has hit multiple states throughout the South. Sharing the stage with well-known artists, Young Rome has made a name for himself through his hard work and unrelenting desire to give fans a fresh take on hip hop. Providing listeners with substance and real life experiences, Young Rome connects with fans on a genuine level they can appreciate and relate to.
Chasing two dreams, one thing you can be sure of…Young Rome’s dreams are the things reality is made of.

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EXPOSED: Maximillion McClinton ***BEWARE***** Crook Alert

EXPOSED
Putting people on blast for doing bad business, cheating, stupid mishaps or any reason you feel people should be aware of them.
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Beware he is posing as a booking agent and stealing the deposits leaving promoters short and no artist. So if you run across him or his company Main Stage Talent Agency do not do business with them. He has been working out of Atlanta, GA.
Normally we let you know that we do not stand behind these rumors, but this has happened first hand to one of our staff personal and he wanted everyone to know.

Krytykal Ft. 2 Pistols & Complex - "Super Star"

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Ft. 2 Pistols & Complex
"Super Star"

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OutKast performing at New York's Governors Ball



OutKast's 2014 reunion is growing. 
According to "Rolling Stone," the Atlanta-based duo will take the stage at New York's Governors Ball Music Festival. 
The festival will take place at New York City's Randall's Island Park from June 6th through the 8th.  Organizers won't announce the complete lineup until next week, but they are dropping hints in the form of pictures via social media.  Among the clues fueling the rumor mill is a photo of the late rappers The Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur. 
On Wednesday, organizers for Coachella announced that the duo will headline Indio, California's annual music and arts festival.  The April 11th gig will be the pair's first show together in nearly seven years.  Other performers include Nas, Kid Cudi, Pharrell, and A$AP Ferg.  The multi-weekend festival will take place April 11th through the 13th, as well as April 18th through the 20th.  

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Ski mask-wearing gunman kills man with ties to 50 Cent's G-Unit rap group in Queens


 Mazaradi Fox pictured with 50 Cent in 2006, he was once part of the rap group G-Unit.

Mazaradi Fox, aka Jamal Green, 42, is pictured here with 50 Cent in 2006. He was once part of the rap group G-Unit.


Ski mask-wearing gunman kills man with ties to 50 Cent's G-Unit rap group in Queens

A 42-year-old man died from the gunfire which took place as Jamal Green, aka Mazaradi Fox, sat in a white SUV on Farmers Blvd. and 133rd Ave. in St. Albans shortly after 4 p.m.



A rapper with close ties to 50 Cent was shot and killed Friday when a gunman in a black ski mask unloaded on an SUV full of people in Queens, police said.
Mazaradi Fox, 42, whose real name was Jamal Green, was killed at Farmers Blvd. and 134th Ave. in Jamaica about 4:10 p.m. when the shooter rolled up to his white SUV and opened fire.
Police sources said Fox, released from prison just two weeks ago, stumbled out of the Nissan SUV and collapsed in a driveway.
Three other people in the SUV were wounded, including a 21-year-old man who was hit in the neck and shoulder and was in critical condition, police said. A second man, age 22, was wounded in the arm, and the fourth victim, a woman in her 20s — believed to be Fox’s daughter according to thisis50.com — suffered a graze wound to the neck, police said.
The shooting victim's body seen here on the sidewalk.

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The shooting victim's body seen here on the sidewalk.

Paramedics rushed the survivors to Jamaica Hospital.
Fox, a native of Jamaica, Queens, got out of prison Dec. 20 after serving two years for an attempted assault. He was also convicted of attempted murder in 1998, according to court records.
He was a childhood friend of 50 Cent and was affiliated with the “In Da Club” rapper’s crew G-Unit. A spokesman for 50 Cent’s record company said Fox never signed with the label.
He ultimately parted company with 50 Cent and started his own rap label, Dumout, according to thisis50.com.
Police on the scene at 134th Ave. and Farmers Blvd. where four people were shot in the white SUV pictured here.

Sam Costanza for New York Daily News

Police on the scene at 134th Ave. and Farmers Blvd. where four people were shot in the white SUV pictured here.

Family friends said Fox helped raise D’Aja Robinson, a 14-year-old girl shot dead while riding on a city bus through Jamaica in May. Relatives of the murdered girl said they considered Fox to be D’Aja’s stepfather.
Fox and 50 Cent hadn’t talked in some time, but 50 Cent attended D’Aja’s funeral and paid for the horse and carriage that carried the teen’s casket.
50 Cent was in his New York studio when he heard Fox was murdered.
“Saddened by the news of Mazaradi’s tragic passing,” he tweeted. “My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.”
In a jailhouse interview in August 2013, Fox said he and 50 Cent were still friends.
“We going to be homeboys till we’re both buried I guess,” he told DJ Self. “That’s my man forever.”
It was unclear if the two rappers had reunited before Fox’s death.
Police on the scene at 134th Ave. and Farmers Blvd., where 4 people are said to have been shot while sitting in the white SUV pictured here. A 42-year-old man was killed in the gunfire.

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Police on the scene at 134th Ave. and Farmers Blvd., where 4 people are said to have been shot while sitting in the white SUV pictured here. A 42-year-old man was killed in the gunfire.

He also told DJ Self he couldn’t wait to get back to rapping.
“I’m ready to get the money and get the business,” he said. “I’m ready now. I was young in the game and now I’m ready.”
The Twitterverse was abuzz with news of Fox’s slaying.
“#RIP Mazaradi Fox,” wrote @MikeBaggs. “And it seemed like homie was tryna leave the streets alone too. That’s the sad part.”
Fox helped raise 14-year-old D'aja Robinson, who was shot  in May while riding a Q6 MTA bus on Sutphin Boulevard in Jamaica.

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Fox helped raise 14-year-old D'aja Robinson, who was shot  in May while riding a Q6 MTA bus on Sutphin Boulevard in Jamaica.

“They say jail keeps some brothers alive,” added @Shamoneyxl. “He just came home 10 days ago and now he gone.”
It was unclear how many shots were fired before the gunman, described only as a black man dressed all in black, fled in a dark-colored Hyundai sedan, according to sources.
Cops were searching for the sedan Friday night.
Residents were stunned by the bloodshed.
“We’re not used to this,” said Tiffany Jackson, 19, who lives near the crime scene. “This is a safe area. We don’t have issues. I live next to a preacher and a post office.”
The fatal shooting marks the city’s fourth homicide of 2014.

Waka Flocka Brother Kayo Redd Police Suspect Suicide

Waka Flocka Brother Kayo Redd

Police Suspect Suicide


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update_graphic_red_bar12:01 PM PT --  Police investigating Kayo's death tell TMZ all evidence now points to suicide -- a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Henry County P.D. says the body of Kayo -- aka Caodes Scott -- was discovered last night in the Georgia subdivision where he lived. The autopsy will be conducted later today.
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Foul play is NOT suspected in the death of Kayo Redd -- younger brother of rapper Waka Flocka Flame -- law enforcement sources tell TMZ.

Redd died over the weekend ... and so far the cause of death has not been determined ... but our sources tell us it does not appear to be a homicide.  There are unconfirmed reports Redd may have taken his own life.

Waka's mother and hip-hop manager Debra Antney confirmed the death on Twitter ... with the message, "I just lost another son." Antney also had a son who died in a car accident when Waka was 13 years old.

Waka tweeted a message yesterday, saying "Ya Big Brother love you Kayo."

UCF pulls off biggest BCS bowl upset ever, 52-42


Fiesta Bowl 2014 final score: UCF pulls off biggest BCS bowl upset ever, 52-42


Making its first appearance in a BCS bowl game Central Florida upset Baylor, 52-42, in Wednesday night's Fiesta Bowl. The No. 15 Knights were 17-point underdogs at kickoff, the largest margin ever overcome in a BCS bowl game, yet led the No. 6 Bears by 17 in the fourth quarter until allowing a touchdown with a minute left in the game.
UCF did it behind a pair of stars on offense. Quarterback Blake Bortles' ran and passed for 394 total yards and four scores, and running back Storm Johnson added 124 yards rushing and three touchdowns of his own. Between the two, they racked up 518 of the Knights' 556 yards.
The Knights jumped on the Bears early, posting two quick touchdowns to take a 14-0 lead before Baylor quarterback quarterback Bryce Petty got his team on the board late in the first quarter.
The second quarter was a mess of turnovers, blown coverages and sloppy offense. After the teams exchanged punts, Baylor was stopped on fourth down at the UCF 33-yard line when Petty fumbled the snap.

Bortles responded by throwing an interception three plays later, but Baylor could not capitalize. Bortles threw his second interception on the next play, and this time the Bears were not so magnanimous. Petty connected with Levi Norwood on a 30-yard touchdown, though the extra point attempt failed. Johnson fumbled the ball back to Baylor on the next play, the third consecutive UCF snap to end in a turnover. This time, however, the Bears were in the giving spirit: Petty threw an interception into the UCF end zone, and Bortles turned it into a 50-yard touchdown pass five plays later.
Baylor took over at its own 22, and embarked on an eight-play, 78-yard touchdown drive capped when Petty scrambled right, dove for the end zone, and took a hit from a UCF defender.
The teams exchanged punts to start the second half, but Baylor struck first. Petty ran in his third touchdown of the night from the goal line, then ran in the two-point conversion, to finish a 68-yard series and tie the game at 28. Bortles and the Knights responded with a touchdown drive of their own, with Bortles throwing to Breshad Perriman to restore the UCF lead. Six minutes later, Bortles ran for another score, extending the Knights' advantage to two touchdowns early in the fourth quarter.
Baylor was not going quietly, though. It took the Bears just four plays and 81 seconds to score again, highlighted by Petty's 28-yard completion to Clay Fuller to set up a Glasco Martin 9-yard touchdown run. But when Johnson broke a 40-yard touchdown run just minutes later to restore UCF's two-possession lead, what little momentum Baylor held evaporated. Two penalties short circuited Baylor's next drive, the Bears were forced to punt, and Central Florida bled the clock below the 5:00 mark before kicking a field goal to go up, 52-35. Baylor put together a late scoring drive to narrow the UCF margin, but it was too little, too late. Central Florida fielded the onside kick, and the upset was complete.
Box Score Hero: Bortles completed 20 of 31 attempts for 301 yards and three touchdowns. He also ran eight times for 93 yards and a score. Johnson's 124 rushing yards cannot be ignored, though, nor can Hall's four catches for 113 yards and two touchdowns.
Rankings Ramifications: Baylor, which entered the game ranked No. 6, will drop with the loss, while Central Florida could well move into the final Top 10. It's an incredible accomplishment for a program that only moved into FBS football in 1996 and did not join a BCS automatic qualifier conference until this season.