Yesterday, Raider Klan leader SpaceGhostPurrp a video released viral announcing the beef between Raider Klan and ASAP Mob. Viewers of the video was wondering what started the conflicts between these two upcoming groups. SpaceGhostPurrp recently made a new comment adressing the conflict on his description on the video.
“Raider Klan telling the people that its love to ASAP and all them niggas but its two different movements Raider Klan is not happy for what happen to SPACEGHOSTPURRP’s close homie which he call his cousin RAIDER KLAN MATT for getting jumped by ASAP 12vyy over some bull shit SO if you wanna know why we mad just know 12vyy started this War !! We came in peace hoe .
SpaceeGhostPurrpMJ23 7 hours ago 18”
ASAP still did not make any comment about the video nor the beef.
“Mysterious Phonk: Chronicles of SpaceGhostPurrp” is out now.
This Album artwok is so chill and retro rite now……where’s my snapback at?
Los Angeles artist Dom Kennedy sent out the artwork for his upcoming album “The Yellow Album.” There hasn’t been any tracks from the album released to the masses outside of “My Type of Party” (“Been Thuggin” was only performed during the “This is Dom Kennedy Tour” in the spring).”The Yellow Album” will drop tommorow, June 21st at 8pm.
YMCMB artist, Lil Wayne, has declared that he has moved on from the conflict with G.O.O.D. Music signed artist Pusha T. The Lousiana rapper was interviewed by Associated Press recently, and the beef between him and Pusha T was acknowledged. Wayne told AP the following:
AP: What’s next musically? And what happened in the beef between you and Pusha T?
Lil Wayne: I just finished recording my “I Am Not a Human Being II” album. And we’re starting to work on the Young Money album. … It really wasn’t no beef, you know. It was just me. I just reacted. Just a reaction, a simple reaction. I don’t apologize for it because I’m human. But it was just my human reaction. I don’t take it back. But there’s no beef. Beef is a whole different thing. … I’ll move on.
The Beef started when Pusha T released a track called Exodus 23:1, which called out the members of YMCMB. Wayne retaliated with “Ghoulish” a week after, but recieved mediocre results from critics. Pusha T have not yet made an official comment on Wayne’s declaration of ending the conflict between the two.
The night of June 18th, shoe company Adidas announced that they will be shelving their newest Jeremy Scott “Roundhouse Mid” sneakers, which was set to release In the fall/winter season. The sneakers were deemed as a connection to slavery due to the highlighted yellow shackles attached, meant to connect to the ankle of the wearer. One of the viewers, Reverend Jesse Jackson, recently had a statement about the controversial footwear:
“The attempt to commercialize and make popular more than 200 years of human degradation, where blacks were considered three-fifths human by our Constitution is offensive, appalling and insensitive.”
CNN reports that Adidas has also made a statement against the controversial views towards the sneakers, speaking on behalf of the ‘unique’ style of the designer of the shoe,Jeremy Scott:
“The design of the JS Roundhouse Mid is nothing more than the designer Jeremy Scott’s outrageous and unique take on fashion and has nothing to do with slavery. We apologize if people are offended by the design and we are withdrawing our plans to make them available in the marketplace.”
This is not the first time Adidas has been under controversy. The Footwear company also been scrutinized over their products being made out of sweatshops in poor companies, according to “contactmusic.com”
What’s going on people!
First, I really appreciate the support that you’ve all been giving me lately. You all have changed a small profile that I like putting good music up on, to a legit blog that’s spreading. I truly appreciate everybody liking and reblogging my posts
Tonite, I will be going on Morgan State’s 88.9 radio show Strictly Hip Hop. This radio show is one of the main reasons why i started getting into music journalism heavily. It all started out with my nervous ass interview with Big KRIT, and recently I’ve done an interview with both Schoolboy Q and Ab Soul before I left for the summer thanks to them.
Back to the point, I will be on WEAA Strictly Hip Hop tonight at 12 am to 5 am. Tune in and call in!!
Here’s a Link to the website: http://itsstrictly.com/
PS shout out tp Team Big KRIT Tumblr for reblogging damn near all of my posts lol. Appreciate the love.
So….. we have a female rapper (Drake’s soft ass) getting in a fight with the new Ike Turner? Chris Brown throwing up Blood Gang signs?? Is there any better music news??
Last Night, Canadian [female] artist Drake was in a physical altercation with R&B [really pop] singer Chris Brown in New York clup, W.i.P.
Entertainment gossip site Kid Fury has the full story from a source who was in the club the night of the fight:
“So I have a few people who were present in VIP at the club last night during the big brawl. This is the story they gave me. Keep in mind, I don’t post my name on gossip unless I know it holds weight. So this is true tea.
Apparently, Chris Brown had his own section in Club W.i.P. with his own bottles. Meek Mill was also in a separate section with Juelz Santana. Keep in mind that the club is very small, so everyone still was very close together.
Drake and his crew arrived later and sat in the section with Meek, Juelz and others (including my source).
At this point, Chris was seen throwing up Blood Gang signs and acting banjee, which must have pissed Drake off. For whatever reason, Aubrey felt provoked and went on a rant about Chris for around an hour — muttering “I don’t like that nigga.”
After fussing about his disgust, Drake amped up his entourage who began throwing things in Chris’ direction, which led to loud words and then niggas tossing around everything in sight.
“They were throwing anything. They weren’t just throwing bottles,” my source said. “They were throwing buckets, tables, ice, chairs, everything. And people were getting hit left and right with shit and that was it.”
Drake was escorted out by his several brolic bodyguards. No word on if he actually hid in a bathroom, but he did leave with a speedy pace. Juelz Santana later cursed Drake out for coming into their section of the club and starting drama.
Chris and Meek were later placed on a phone call together where they smoothed out their issues, which is what led Chris to tweeting this cute comment.
There you have it, kids. Simple trashy lightskinned anger. Oh and for the record, it was in fact over Rihanna.”
Wow, Drake is truly a bitch after this. Are you really gonna talk shit behind a nigga’s back over some shit that happened THREE YEARS AGO with a rolling bitch like RIHANNA?? REALLY???
That Estrogen is pumping pretty hard in you bruh.
Rapper/producer SpaceGhostPurrp’s been working hard on the low, but know one has really known that if you’re not hip about him. Along with making beats with A$AP Rocky, Wiz Khalifa, numerous artists, Purrp’s been trying to get his music group Raider Klan on the come up. On June 12th, the Miami native will be dropping his LP “Mysterious Phonk: Chronicles of SpaceGhostPurrp” for purchase. The LP will inlude his viral singles “The Black God” and “No Evidence.” Recently, music magazine “Rolling Stone” streamed the album on their post about both the artist and the album. Once again, “Mysterious Phonk” drops June 12.
Here is the link to stream “Mysterious Phonk”
I remember this movie when I was a kid, made me shit my self every time I saw it.
According to WebProNews, it looks like “Steven King’s IT” will be getting an official full length film. The film will be directed by Cary Fukunga, known for films like “Sin Nombre” and “Jane Eyre.” The Hollywood Reporter writes that the film will be split in to two parts, just like the novel. The Reporter also states that Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenburg will be co-producing the film. Katzenburg wrote Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, and Grahame-Smith is also writing the script for a new “Beetlejuice” film. The Grooveline will keep up with more news about the horror cult classic.
Two of the hottest southern hip hop artists drop their commercial debut LP’s the same day! It sucks to be that guy who only has to get on. You will find both of these albums on iTunes, Amazon, any place that you can get music from (except Wal-Mart…….don’t go to Wal-Mart)