Friday, July 31, 2009
Road To Glory Track List
1) Rocky Speaks/Lifeless
2) From The Bottom
3) Real Rap
4) Come To My Town
5) Mafia Music (Freestyle)
6) Still Fly Feat. Drake
7) Go Girl Feat. Young Jerz
9) Yes We Can (Politics)
10) So Much Pain Feat. Ransom
11) Can’t Be Life
12) DJ Trigga Chad B Interview
13) Ride Feat. Lloyd
14) What It is Feat. Chynk Showtime
15) Dope Boy Fresh Feat. Lil Boosie
17) My Life
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“Drama just started acting like a bitch. Drama wanted to be Khaled, but he didn’t want to help nobody. He just changed, period. Look at his crew. The same niggas ain’t around him. You ain’t never been in no streets. I could never have no beef with a nigga like that. He’s a cornball. You made millions off my mixtapes, to the point where the fuckin’ feds scooped you up for bootlegging. I never even made the money he made off of Trap or Die or Tha Streets Iz Watchin, because they were selling and distributing them and making money.
I’m not hating. But we will never do a mixtape together. I didn’t charge that nigga for [contributing a verse to the song “5000 Ones,” on Drama’s official Atlantic Records debut]. But then when I need [a tape for one of my artists], and you want to charge me $20,000?… I’ll slap the shit out of Drama. He knows that. He wasn’t loyal. But me putting my hands on that man ain’t gonna make him respect what I’m saying. I’m just not gonna fuck with him anymore. ”
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Yung Cal- Trap All Day 22 year old rapper out of long beach, california currently setting the streets of Atlanta on Fire
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3. Free Peedi f. Tu Phace & Beanie Sigel
4. Fresh To Death
5. Hot Shyt f. Peedi Crakk, Black Thought, Tu Phace & Wale
7. Last 2 f. Freeway & Beanie Sigel
8. Not Going To Fold f. Remy Hendrix
9. Kickdrums f. Wale & Rhymefest
10. Baby Girl f. Pha
11. Rap Money f. Tom Hardy & Freeway
12. Ride With Me f. Twista
13. Sail On f. Curren$y
14. Young G Sound f. Neef
15. Grown Things f. BJ
16. Want To Love You f. Raheem DeVaughn
17. Rough Side f. Rell
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One of the record’s most endearing and revealing points comes when Drake speaks about his relationship with his mother. “My mother tried to run away from home, but I left something in the car, so I caught her in the driveway,” he raps. “And she cried to me, so I cried too/ And my stomach was soaking wet, she’s only 5′2.”
“When I was going through the creative process for So Far Gone, I was actually at a pretty dark place in my life,” Drake explained. “It was a frustrating time for my family, because my grandmother — who is now in her mid- to late 90s — was just losing it. It was hard for my mother to watch. And it was just, it was really at a point where it was like, ‘Is this rap thing going to work?’ Like, ‘Is this my choice? Is this what I am committing to?’ Money was an issue. ‘Degrassi’ [which Drake starred on as a teen] had ended years ago, and we were just all kind of trying to figure stuff out.
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After placing fourth on Forbes magazine’s Hip-Hop Cash Kings list, G-Unit leader 50 Cent predicts a return to number one spot next year.
In an interview with XXLMag.com, the Queens rapper says he’s not sweating the drop from the top slot this go-round.
“I’m on deck,” Fif told XXL. “I’m loaded. Call me ‘four’ this year, and then you call me ‘one’ next year, because I’m really preparing for my cycle.”
While 50 attributes his place on the list to his fourth solo album, Before I Self Destruct, getting pushed back, the rapper shrugs off his ranking.
“They’re fine,” he says of Jay-Z, Diddy, and Kanye West, who held the top three spots, respectively. “What kind of person would be upset at what position they fall when they’re on the Forbes list. That person would be a complete idiot.
“Ask me to show you a person who’s happy, and I’ll show you someone who’s content,” 50 continues. “And if you ask me to show you a guy who’s piss-poor with really nice things around him, I’ll show you the guy that’s on that list that’s worried about being number one. And [the person] won’t stay there, trust me.”
50 Cent raked in an estimated $150 million between June 2007 and June 2008, to top the 2008 Forbes charts, besting Jay-Z’s $82 million earnings. This year, Jay stacked $35 million, $15 million more than Fif’.
Before I Self Destruct is slated for a late 2009 release
Cash Money Records’ lawsuit against mixtape DJ Drama is a thing of the past.
The record label’s case was thrown out by federal court judge Miriam Cedarbaum, for failure to clearly state any causes of action upon which relief could be granted, lawyers for DJ Drama told AllHipHop.com.
The dismissal marks the end of the conflict between Cash Money and Texas –based independent distributor BCD Music Group, which was also named in the label’s complaint.
In February, Cash Money filed its lawsuit against Drama’s Aphilliates Music Group, BCD, Makin Moves Entertainment and others amid claims that the music of Cash Money rapper Lil Wayne, was created and distributed illegally through mixtapes.
The suit, which was part of an ongoing case against BCD, centered around three volumes of Drama’s Dedication mixtape series as well as Happy Father’s Day, featuring music by Lil Wayne and Baby and Frank Nino’s When the North and South Collide.
News of the lawsuit triggered speculation concerning tension between DJ Dram, Lil Wayne and the mixtape community in general.
The turntablist dismissed the rumors in April as he noted how the accusations against him were “misplaced."
“This is not a case of Lil Wayne vs. DJ Drama. Me and Wayne are good,” Drama stated.
“I am confident that this matter will be resolved quickly without harming the relationship between myself, Wayne and Cash Money Records.”
Cash Money’s lawsuit was an amended version of a previous complaint that was withdrawn after being served.
Despite the outcome of the case, BCD's lawyer, Wallace Collins, Esq., revealed that Cedarbaum gave Cash Money until September 9 to re-file a second amended complaint if they choose to further pursue the case.
If the complaint is not filed, the dismissal will be deemed final and with prejudice.