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Fabolous, Jadakiss – Soul Food [VIDEO]

#FOES Fabolous & Jadakiss drop the second visual from their joint project.




Soul Food. (C) 2018 Def Jam Recordings, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.



Time to put in work

We all got a job to do

I light a joint

Then ask myself “What would Pablo do?”

Coming through with the paper plates like the barbecue

Got the haters shaking heads like the bobbles do

Yeah, but it’s all for my family

The goal wasn’t buy middle class and drive Camrys

I want us all to eat even if from my pantry

I guess I’m just more soul food than eye candy

I feel like these young niggas need more eye jammies

More passport stamps less trips to Miami

Yeah bro, we all need a little culture

A little time away from bird ass niggas and vultures

I tell you what you need to hear and not try to insult you

I’m too old to kid you, I gotta adult you

Listen, the shit is getting outta hand

Like fumbles in football, I humbly put y’all

In y’all fucking place, that’s my OCD

I give a bitch a little bit, but it’s mostly D

I be in the Rolls Royce knocking Ghost CD

That’s Supreme Clientele, all I know is Buy and Sell

We had to hustle to eat

It wasn’t no Thanksgiving

Pour out a little liquor for homies that ain’t living

It’s big dinner shit, baby

Everybody up in here

Find what you bring to the table

Then pull up a chair, yeah…


Yeah, you see?

Without hope, it ain’t nothing…

I like this shit!

You should love it!

(Kill, kill, kill! Kill, kill, kill!)

Uh, let’s finish the game, Billy

Do something and stop stalling, that’s silly

The ball over there just drawling, that’s Philly

Invisible set, F class, that’s chilly

Life is short, death’s fast, that’s illy

When ya whole crew got cash, that’s willy

To everybody living it up, you gotta feel me

And nah, I ain’t giving it up, you gotta kill me

Whoever you look up to, ask ’em, I’m a real G

As far as this rap shit go, I got realty

Before being signed to a major, I had a real ki

Now I ain’t tryna play you, I’m tryna give you the real me

Almost twenty years in the game, and I’m still me

Niggas fear hearing my name, I got skills B

The boy, the girl, the weed, I got pills B

How many other owners you know that’s in the field B

No license or registration, that’s what it still be

Honor’s in your pocket, your heart, that’s where the will be

From the hood, cop out, even if not guilty

Rich ain’t good enough, nigga, I’m not filthy

I’m hardcore, rough and rugged, I’m not silky

Guns under mattress, money is where the quilt be

(Poof!) This is the last supper here

Last time we break bread, so pull up a chair, yeah..

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Why 2-Chainz Turned Down Jay-Z During “Watch The Throne” Era.

2-Chainz cites “Loyalty” as reason for declining an offer from Roc Nation.




In 2 Chainz new YouTube series #CrateTalk, he revealed that he was at one point close to signing a deal with Jay-Z. In the inaugural episode, Host 2 Chainz explained to special guest Steve Stoute how it all happened. The conversation starts at the 5:45 mark.

“Hov told me that he wanted to do business with you and you turned him down,” Stoute says

“I was already speaking with Kanye on and off,” 2 Chainz said, “While they was in Paris working on Watch the Throne, Ye would hit me the whole time talking about my mixtapes and just was speaking to me where we just built a great relationship on the phone because we share some of the same similarities, right?”

It was at this point that Jay-Z asked 2-Chainz to get on a flight to New York. 2 Chainz wanted to bring along his friend and business partner, DJ Teknikz, but the request was denied. Because of this 2-Chainz felt it was only right to decline the business meeting out of respect and loyalty to his friend DJ Tek.

No love was lost however, as the pair have been seen together on multiple occasions including the Roc Nation Pre-Grammy Brunch. On 2 Chainz 5th studio album “Rap or Go To The League” he boasts a Jay-Z sample (Lucifer) on the opening track “Forgiven” ft. Marsha Ambrosius. 2 Chainz wanted Jay-Z as feature on his new album but the timing wasn’t right. Hopefully we can get a collaboration from the two artists sometime in the foreseeable future.


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Rick Ross Set To Release “Hurricanes” Memoir – September 3, 2019

The highly anticipated memoir from hip-hop icon Rick Ross chronicles his coming of age amid Miami’s crack epidemic, his star-studded controversies and his unstoppable rise to fame.




Celebrities and public figures write memoirs that detail their life stories as well as  focus on issues they may or may not be as vocal about in public. For example, Michelle Obama’s latest literary achievement in “Becoming” is a memoir of her life’s journey as well as recording artist Gucci Mane’s book “The Autobiography of Gucci Mane.”

Recording artist and businessman, Rick Ross, is the latest celebrity involved in hip-hop music to publish a memoir titled Hurricanes and it’s set to be published in autumn (US).

In a statement, Rick said, “My story has always been deeper than rap. With this book I wanted to go deeper than I ever have. I wanted to tell people about the life of William Leonard Roberts.”

“Most people know Rick Ross as a global icon, but few are familiar with his origin story. Hurricanes transcends the conventions of celebrity memoir to offer an intimate and inspiring portrait of an artist who at every turn defied the odds and continues to change the game,” added Peter Joseph, editorial director of Hanover Square Press.

The book will not shy away from the recording artists fair deal of controversy including the rapper’s past as a drug dealer and correctional officer, as well as incidents such as his seizures, celebrity feuds, drive-by shootings, and his 2015 arrest on kidnapping and assault charges.

“From the making of ‘Hustlin” to his first major label deal with Def Jam, to the controversy surrounding his past as a correctional officer and the numerous health scares, arrests and feuds he had to transcend along the way, Hurricanes is a revealing portrait of one of the biggest stars in the rap game, and an intimate look at the birth of an artist,” reads the book synopsis.

Pre-order Rick Ross’s New Book Here.

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Stream Shaggy’s New Song: “Use Me”



It’s been a while since we last heard from legendary reggae artist, Shaggy. Today, Shaggy has released a new single entitled “Use Me.” The track comes via Lyor Cohen’s, 300 Entertainment and Brooklyn Knights Entertainment

Check out Shaggy’s new single in the stream below:

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