In this episode
- RIP Nate Dogg
- Shout out to HoodHype.com - Major, JMack and Phro
- Frank's birthday party, featuring Snow
- Dr. Dre ft. Swizz Beats - "Chillin'"
- Birdman spends $50MM at a strip club?!
- The Game ft. Birdman - "Young Stunna"
- Shout out to DJ Tiger at WBNY 91.3FM | @610tiger
- French Montana ft. Gucci Mane and Wiz Khalifa "Choppa Choppa Down (Remix)"
- Wiz Khalifa new full-length release: "Rolling Papers"
- Wiz Khalifa - "Roll Up"
- Wiz Khalifa ft. Too $hort - "On My Level"
- Big K.R.I.T. - "Return of 4eva"
- RIP Megatron (HOT97 DJ)
- Pusha T ft. Kanye West - "Touch It" - from the "Fear of God" Mixtape
- Clipse - "Speakers Goin Hammer Freestyle"
In this episode
Cam'ron, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, Vado, Freaky Zekey and more are set to perform on March 23rd at the Town Ballroom in Buffalo, NY.
Where did Kanye West get the horns for "All of the Lights?" Are they sampled? Synthesized? We're pretty sure they actually recorded them live!! Wow. Who does that?
What the #@$%? A Wacka Flacka Flame and Gucci Mane reality TV show? As LJ Knight from "YeahSheSaidIt.com" put it, "both of these rappers can barely stay their asses out of jail long enough to have a successful rap career. Also, hearing them speak is like trying to decode an alien ignorant language."
Flava Flav opened his first fried chicken restaurant in Iowa. "Flav's Fried Chicken" is expected to be a chain of restaurants. Flav also plans to introduce "La Flav's Spirits," a line of flavored liquors. Meanwhile, Terminator X is happily raising African black ostriches (not alpacas) on his farm in Vance County, North Carolina.
50 Cent continues his antics on Twitter, this time boosting the value of his stock in HNHI.
The squeal in "Jump Around" by House of Pain is most likely sampled from "Shoot Your Shot," by Junior Walker and the All Stars, not Prince's "Gett Off." It's a tough call, but considering the fact that Everlast and Divine Styler are both alumni of Ice-T's Rhyme Syndicate, is it merely a coincidence that the Junior Walker sample is also in "Ain't Sayin' Nothin'?"
Limp Bizkit and Linkin Park: Are they Hip-Hop? The jury is still out on this one.