g]Rick Ross is finished with his new album but always has time for more. He has been rapping over other people songs lately, with Crack a Bottle yesterday and toady Cudi's Sky Might Fall. He doesn't change anything of the song rather just raps over the instrumental part at the end of the song so it still sounds pretty good. Look out for Ross' Deeper than Rap album in a couple weeks on April 21st
Rumors have been circulating that rapper Shawty Lo has AIDS, and had been hospitalized for a couple weeks. Tamiko Hope, publicist for Shawty Lo, born Carlos Walker, recently told sources that he was not hospitalized nor does he have AIDS, but instead suffers from diabetes and spent a few hours in a hospital complaining of stomach pain, but nothing serious. The statement continues, saying that Shawty Lo appreciates everyones concerns regarding his health, and despite the setbacks, he plans to continue his rigorous work schedule in support of his debut album Units in the City
[g]Check out Rick Ross' new video for his "Comfortable" Freestyle shot at his house in Miami and the Hit Factory! DEEPER THAN RAP In Stores Now! Go cop that. Text DJ KHALEDto 66937 for a free Rick Ross ringtone and updates.
views(82)0Comments IconVideo: Rick Ross Feat. Triple C's - "Throw It In The Sky" Check out Rick Ross new video for "Throw It In The Sky" featuring Triple C's! What do you think? Let us know in the comments. DEEPER THAN RAP In Stores Now! Go cop that. Text RICKROSS to 66937 for a free Rick Ross ringtone
personal playground for the entire entertainment industry. Events like How Can I Be Down, The Mix Power Summit, and the MTV Music Awards have attracted thousands of stars to the illusion of the Magic City nightlife. But once all the smoke clears, we get to finally focus on the true essence of Miami, which means attending the annual Fall Classic that is DJ Khaled's Birthday Bash. The "mark your calendar event" started off as a simple get together for South Florida's hottest DJ has since grown into a Dade County ritual, and that's all due to one man, two turntables, and a squad of terror.
Born Khaled Khaled (he's so nice his mom named him twice), 30, in New Orleans to Arabic parents, Khaled was the second of three children. At age fourteen his love for music and influence from his parents led him down a path that would birth one of the greatest Deejays Miami has ever seen. Fans quickly took notice ofDJ Khaled's powerful style and energetic personality as he began throwing parties while a deejay on college radio. "God gave me a gift, so it's only right that I lead the way with this new style." Great energy and an undeniable voice have helped Khaled land radio gigs with Mixx 96 and 99 Jamz, but for Khaled that's just the tip of the iceberg.
XXL was trying to Hood to Hood for this issue of their magazine, but this is a sad cover. It looks badly photshopped and Rick Ross' belly is a haunting site. On the cover: Trina, Flo Rida, Rick Ross and DJ Khaled