For the latest installment of The Whole 9, we kick it with Bay Area rapper J. Morgan. He recently dropped a video for his single Real Love. Check out the interview below, and for more, find him on his website.Continue reading
It must be monsoon season for Tekashi69 as he sits in prison — because his old booking agents are threatening to sue AND claim the money he’s trying to use for bail is cash he owes them, adding to his recent wave of problems.
MTA Booking is pissed at the rapper for making what it calls “malicious” and “defamatory” statements on social media and last week on The Breakfast Club. MTA fired off a cease and desist letter demanding 6ix9ine retract and apologize publicly … or it’s gonna sue his ass.
MTA says the rapper’s allegation it stole a ton of cash from him did serious damage to its reputation, and its booking agents are getting death threats.
That’s not all … a rep for MTA tells TMZ a large portion of the money Tekashi’s attorney offered up in court for his bail rightfully belongs to the company. MTA says it’s already sent him $860k for deposits on upcoming shows in the U.S., Mexico and Germany. Presumably, he won’t be able to perform those shows, so MTA wants that money back.
MTA’s working with its legal team to prevent 6ix9ine from using any of that dough for bail.
Tekashi’s is currently in general population at Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center — despite being a potential target for violence — while he awaits his today’s bail hearing.
Fat Joe says Tekashi69 was in a frantic state of mind just weeks ago … correctly predicting the feds were gunning for him.
TMZ linked with Joe Tuesday — right after he wrapped up his Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway in NYC — and asked him about the ominous warning he gave Tekashi 9 months ago. If ya missed it, Tekashi went on Joe’s Coca Vision podcast and Joe warned him about catching heat for associating with the wrong crowd.
Fat Joe asked Tekashi, “Can you control your friends? The police tried to set me up so many times … 1 million percent they are plotting on you.” Joe says his prediction played out almost exactly as he feared.
As was reported … Tekashi was indicted on 6 federal charges, some of which carry max sentences of life in prison.
Joe tried scaring him straight during the podcast — bringing up Bobby Shmurda and his 7-year prison sentence as a prime example. It appears the chat didn’t sink in with Tekashi, so now Joe’s warning other rising rappers.
Filmed on the streets of NYC, Hittz takes a raw approach with visual Hood Legend, featuring Jadakiss. Filmed in the legendary Lox Studio, Hittz and Kiss share an unspoken chemistry that they come from the same place. The gritty everyday life of the hustler is reflected in the video displaying the real grind from rags to riches.
Directed and shot by Prince Films, its clear no matter what hood, a hustler is a hustler, showing the real tour of NYC Life Hittz shakes up with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie making his rounds through the city with Kiss as his guide.
Circus snack man Cookie Monsta is back with the towering new single Elevate. The cinematic single invokes the familiar cliché of calming elevator music and hijacks it, injecting excitement and rhythm into the dull every day.
This year saw Cookie Monsta go back to back with Funtcase in front of 20,000 fans at Rampage 2018 as well as premiering singles Xterminate and Ruff 2018 on bass music veterans UKF and The Dub Rebellion. Hold on tight, because “Elevate” is going to take you for a ride.
You can catch this new single in person as he embarks on a massive journey across North America with Snails on the Shell 2.0 Tour.
Stream the track here
Break ‘Em Off recording artist Jah Jah shares her new single All I Know, and it’s a banger! The song combines the Atlanta natives unique style of rapping with the phenomenal skills of producer Bobby Kritical. The song came about when Jah heard the beat and lyrics in her head and she knew right away that she had to lay the track down. She hit Bobby up and made it perfectly clear: “I have a hit in my head. We’ve got to put it together!”
The two dropped everything they were working on to lay the track down which came together spontaneously and it’s a match made in heaven. The club scene will never be the same after hearing this joint.
Stream the track now on Spotify
South Central LA rapper, songwriter and visual artist Duckwrth releases visuals for his track Soprano.