Lil Wayne Disses 50 Cent!

27 11 2008

Let it begin!!! If I was 50 this would be the ammunition I needed to return to relevance!  Nobody wants to hear 50 anymore.  But, now he has the spotlight.  The perfect time to return to vintage 50.  This is the time to bring out all the stops.  This is the time to capitalize and gain your fans back.  50 has to go in.  He has to find that hunger or it’s over for him.  I for one thought the lines were ok.  He just reworded Hov’s diss to him.  Nothing special, however all the blogs…INCLUDING this one are holding their breath to hear what Curtis is going to say.  And we know, no one does hip-hop beef better than Curtis Jackson.  Don’t sick Banks on him.  Tell Yayo to shut the fuck up.  Lock yourself in that studio of yours in your fucking state within a state and find the 50 that we all are used to hearing!  I thought the song “Louisianimal” had Boosie on it?!?  I for one would have loved to hear that ignorant shit from Boosie!  But, anywho…I really am interested to see how 50 responds.  And when he does…watch Interscope move his album up.  Watch his next single be fire and watch his album be…poo….





Bout God Damn Time! DJ Khaled ft. Everybody as Usual-OUT HERE GRINDIN (Music Video)

24 07 2008

How many versions of this song are out?  3?  And on each version Boosie has the hardest verse.  There was a rumor that Plies wasn’t going to be on the song because he was charging Khaled and didn’t show up to the first shooting of the video.  Well, the differences have been resolved and he’s in this video.  Wayne who is on one version, isn’t on this version.  AND THATS A GOOD LOOK!!!!  Khaled is trying to show he can sell a single, album and his movement without using Wayne’s selling power.  Plus, Wayne is over saturated right now.  He has his own double platinum album out, plus various collaborations.  The video overall to me is a 6.5/10.  Definitly a downgrade from “We Takin Over”.  It’s the same set up as the other videos.  Khaled posse cut.  I think he needs to push the envelope more on his video selection.  The green screen didn’t work for me.  The best green screen shot in my opinion was OFFICER ROSS.  That was tight, walking the streets with his Undercover Hoos Nigga Unit.  I wonder what their conviction rate is?  For the corniest it is a tie between Boosie running from fire and Plies battling plastic chains in a cell.  Really?!  But, I wish Khaled luck.  He is proving to me that you don’t have to rap to sell units anymore.  So, I’m watching this guy’s moves and putting his best moves into my plan.  Don’t let the way I think ruin the song for you though, check it out above.





Timberland Wins Big At ASCAP Awards, EMI does too…

24 06 2008

 

Ok hmmmm, Big Ups to Timbo for winning all award for Songwriter of the Year.  But, huge ups to EMI Publishing…What Performance Rights Organization should I go with??? Leaning towards ASCAP one day, then BMI the next…hmmmm? any suggestions? Thanks ALLHIPHOP

 

-Shift Love the Kids

 

 

Producer Timbaland took home songwriter of the year last night at the 21st Annual ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Music Awards last night (June 23) in Los Angeles California.

 

The awards, which also paid tribute to legendary group New Edition, took place during an elegant ceremony at the Beverly Hills Hilton. MC Lyte and Johnta Austin hosted the event, where over 600 songwriters and publishers were on hand.

 

Although he was on his honeymoon in Aruba, Timbaland took home top Songwriter of the Year for the third time.

 

The rapper/producer wrote or co-produced four hit songs, including “Ice Box” by Omarion, “Make Me Better” by Fabolous featuring Ne-Yo, “My Love” by Justin Timberlake featuring T.I. and “Until the End of Time” by Justin Timberlake featuring Beyoncé.

 

Timbaland’s winning streak was topped only by EMI Music Publishing, which took home publisher of the year for an incredible, 14th consecutive year.

 

The win, which was based on 17 hit songs, also the 16th time in the 21-year history of the awards show that EMI has received this honor.

 

For Big Jon Platt, EMI’s President, West Coast Creative and Head of Urban in the United States, the ingredients to maintain success are quite simple.

 

“Our roster of songwriters creates the most soulful and influential music in the world, and it’s their talent and passion that has kept us on top for fourteen years,” Platt told AllHipHop.com. “And with all the great music that our songwriters are creating at the moment, I wouldn’t be surprised if they helped us stayed at the top for many years to come.”

 

The highlight of the evening came, as New Edition was honored during with ASCAP’s prestigious Golden Note award, in celebration of the pioneering group’s 25th anniversary.

 

All members were present including Bobby Brown, who delivered a classic acceptance speech to the delight of attendees.

 

Other big winners included Mims, who won Ringtone of the Year for his hit “This is Why I’m Hot,” “Make Me Better,” which also won Rap Song of the Year.

 

Other celebrities and winners included Ludacris, Akon, Keri Hilson, Kerry “Krucial” Brothers, Lil Boosie, Princess from Crime Mob, Shawty Lo, Eddie Murphy, Polow Da Don, Sylvia Rhone, Rhymefest, Rick Ross, Yolanda “Yo-Yo” Whitaker, Chaka Zulu and others.