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No I.D. & The Legendary Traxster To Entirely Produce Mikkey Halsted's "The Force" LP

The Chicago, Illinois producers are coming together for the rapper's new project.

For his upcoming album The Force, Mikkey Halsted has enlisted production entirely from No I.D. and The Legendary Traxster.

The Chicago, Illinois producers have previously helped drive the mainstream potential of regional music. They previously worked together on tracks for Twista (“The Heat” featuring Raekwon) and Big Sean (“I Do It” ).

“If you know the history, when you really go back for Chicago Hip Hop, me and Traxster really kind of started what I would call the mainstream Hip Hop movement for Chicago,” said No I.D. “We pioneered it. In theory, two sides of town, two styles of music, but a real Hip Hop perspective and a creative perspective.”

“We was in the same city,” added Traxster. “He’s my senior by a few years in music, coming in the game, but at some point I was the young punk who had came up. We never really had a lot of conversations. We had a mutual respect… We never really kicked it until I was trying to expand my career and I came to Atlanta where Dion was. He embraced me and said, ‘Man, this is where you need to be.’”




Birdman Announces New Album "Like Father, Like Son 2: Tha Last Mob"


Stunna reveals the follow-up to 2006's collaborative album with Lil Wayne.

Birdman has announced the release of an upcoming album Like Father, Like Son 2: Tha Last Mob, set to release through Cash Money.

Though details on the album are scarce, Stunna took to Twitter to make the announcement of the project, which serves as the follow-up to 2006's Like Father, Like Son, his collaborative LP with Lil Wayne.

The album has roots as far back as September 2010, where he said it would drop some time in 2011. But in April 2011, Baby gave an interview where he discussed the potential for the album sequel's release, projecting that it would release in December 2011.

"We're looking to do that in December some time, after we all drop our solos albums and go on tour," explained Birdman. "We have a lot of songs we did before (Wayne) went (to jail), and we've been working since he came home. All we've got to do is pick. And Wayne likes to be fresh with our music, so we might wait... and just knock out 20 songs right quick and put those on the album."


Jay-Z & Beyonce Donate Baby Gifts To Charity



After receiving an outpouring of affection following the birth of their daughter, Jay-Z and Beyonce give back.

Jay-Z and Beyonce are spreading the joy of the birth of their daughter, Blue Ivy Carter.

HollyscoopTV reports that the couple is donating many of the gifts their newborn received.

The couple reportedly received hundreds of gifts, including presents from Oprah Winfrey, P. Diddy, Kanye West, Rihanna and Mariah Carey.

Many of the gifts will be donated to local charities for young mothers.



DJ P Wins $250,000 From Smirnoff's Master Of The Mix, Shares Winnings

The Missouri deejay who made "Uneasy Listening" with DJ Z-Trip a decade ago, shared his winnings with DJ M-Squared and DJ Yonny.

Last night (January 14) in Atlanta, Georgia, DJ P won Smirnoff's Master of The Mix deejay competition. The veteran Springfield, Missouri deejay won $250,000 as this year's winner.

DJ P shared $10,000 each with DJ Yonny and DJ M-Squared, a gesture not required in the competition judged by Just Blaze, Kid Capri and Amber Rose.

“It feels so surreal – I can’t believe I’m the Season Two winner of Master of the Mix,” said DJ P in a statement. “I was up against some serious competition and really didn’t know how it would all work out because it was up to the fans to decide. I’m just thankful to everyone who supported me and can’t wait to spin for you all this year.”

Like 2011's winner, DJ Scratch, DJ P will deejay for Smirnoff throughout the year as an official party deejay.

DJ P is known for his 2001 retail-mixtape with Phoenix, Arizona's DJ Z-Trip, Uneasy Listening, Volume 1. The work was an early mash-up release, featuring tracks from Pharcyde, Del The Funky Homosapien, and others mixed with Top 40 tracks from Madonna, Pat Benatar and The Who.





Obie Trice Reveals Cover Art For "Bottoms Up," Due February 28th


UPDATE: O. Trice takes it back to the early years with the cover for his upcoming album.

Obie Trice has revealed that his upcoming album Bottoms Up will include at least two songs that feature Eminem. Speaking with XXLMag.com, the Detroit, Michigan native explained that not only does Em appear on the LP, but both Em and Dr. Dre contribute production.

“It could be more [than two Eminem-featured songs],” said Obie, naming “No Turning Back” as one of the tracks. “I think it’s a great album. […] I’m older, I’m real excited.”

Obie will release Bottoms Up on his own imprint Black Market Entertainment in January 2012.

[August 24]

UPDATE: Obie Trice has revealed the cover art for his upcoming album Bottoms Up, releasing February 28th.








M.O.P.'s Billy Danze Launches "Rap United Nations" Platform For Artists

Danze gives back to Hip Hop by helping artists get heard.

M.O.P.'s Billy Danze has announced the launch of Raps United Nation ("RUN"), a platform geared towards letting talented artists get heard.

“As an artist I understand the frustration," explained Danze. "There are so many artists out there that possess the talent of being able to produce and record good music. They are determined; they have the drive and dedication, but feel as if no one notices. I’ve seen and heard what’s out there from an artistic level. These artists need to be heard and have a united voice. I am very passionate about giving them that opportunity and will do anything in my power to help those that really want to win.”

The Hip Hop vet continued, saying, “My aim is to get every talented artist a deal. Support on a globalized scale is all an artist really needs or could ask for. I have contacted all my resources and they in return have done the same. A vital key to success in this business is alliance; and I personally have a team in every corner of the world. We can build a team of thousands and support each other.”

“As a fellow artist, these projects will enable me to be a vital cog in a family of worthy artists that simply need a platform and a voice and to oversee that lends the potential to be the biggest accomplishment of my career. From a business perspective, I believe 'RUN' (Raps United Nation) is a vehicle the industry is desperately lacking. The way to find new talent is to go get it. Industry executives no longer believe in the artist, or artist development, how can the industry grow if we don’t allow new artists to showcase their talent?”

Artists interested in becoming a part of RUN and its debut project First Wave, visit www.rapsunitednation.com, and follow on @RapsUnited.

Sunday, January 1, 2012

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50 Cent Threatens Label To Release Another Mixtape

Fif takes to Twitter to voice his issues with Interscope Records.

Following a year of label woes made public, 50 Cent has taken to Twitter to threaten his label Interscope Records with the release another mixtape. In a series of Tweets, Fif asked his followers if anyone wanted to sign him to a record deal and that he works "harder than everybody in hiphop [sic]."

"I got 3,500,000 views in 3 day on hands up. Ok I need a record deal jimmy iovine , call me early tomorrow or I'm putting out another mix tape," he wrote. "Anybody want to sign me I'm a young hungry artist and I work harder then everybody in hiphop call me tomorrow. Street king energy."

The G-Unit leader has been at odds with Interscope over the delayed release of his untitled fifth album. He said that his longtime label promised to release his single today (Dec. 31st), but was frustrated as he assumed that it was a lie.

Ja Rule Delays "Pain Is Love 2" To February 2012

The incarcerated rapper plans on dropping his new album a month later than expected.

Ja Rule has once again delayed the upcoming release of his new album Pain is Love 2.

The LP, which was originally set for release on June 7, 2011, has now been pushed from January 17th to February 28th. According to HHNM, the delay is blamed on the lack of time for proper promotion of the album in both the U.S. and international markets.

Ja, who is currently serving a two-year bid for attempted possession of a weapon, has already released the cover art and tracklist for the project. Guests include Somong, Diddy-Dirty Money(TM)s Kalina and Leah Siegal.


DMX Pulled Over For Not Wearing Seatbelt, Let Off The Hook


Dark Man X was given a "minor ticket" for an incident in Hollywood, California.

DMX has had his fair share of run-ins with the law over the past few years, but was let off the hook for a recent driving violation.

The rapper was pulled over last week in Hollywood, California for not wearing a seatbelt. Police only gave him and his assistant a ticket and the two were off the hook.

oeJust a minor ticket no biggie. A quick learning lesson about not wearing a seat belt. I will handle and pay for it, he told TMZ. "This would be the only reason I come in contact with the police because I am a changed man.


Joe Budden & Joell Ortiz Speak On The Recording Process For New Album

Slaughterhouse's Joe Budden and Joell Ortiz say they have more time to be free as artists on sophomore album.

According to rappers Joe Budden and Joell Ortiz not much has changed when it comes to the recording process for their sophomore album. The two Slaughterhouse members recently spoke with AllHipHop.com in regards to the recording process and shared that the only difference now is that they have more time and more money to dedicate towards their album

oeWell, the first one was six days this one was like 67 days, said Ortiz when comparing the recording process for both Slaughterhouse albums. oeI(TM)m just saying that we have a lot less time restraint. We(TM)re feeling free to be artists. We(TM)re working with different producers. We(TM)re spreading sessions out.

Budden also spoke on the fact that Slaughterhouse has more time to record this album and also revealed that they now have more money allocated to their project.

oeI think that the process is the same, Budden explained. oeWe picking beats in unison. We all going in different rooms, different beats, different verses, different zones so the process is the same but like Joell said we have more time and we have more money allocated to be able to do something. So now we just sit in a session and say ~Hey, maybe Nicki Minaj would sound good on that(TM)I think it(TM)s safe to say each one of us are approaching it like it(TM)s the most important album of any one of our careers.

When asked who they worked with this time around that they didn(TM)t have the opportunity to work with for their debut album both Budden and Ortiz didn(TM)t hesitate to mention Eminem.



The Clipse's Malice Speaks On New Book, Upcoming Mixtape

The Thornton brother updates on a few projects in the pipeline.

Malice has been heavy on the promotion grind for his first book Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind and Naked, with plans to forge ahead with a few new projects. Speaking with Primetime Radio’s J-Rod, the Clipse member said that he’s working on his new mixtape Hear Ye Him, previously announced over the summer, and echoed Pusha T’s confirmation of new Clipse music.

“I’m working on my mixtape, it’s entitled Hear Ye Him, and my brother and I got some stuff coming up too,” he said.

He also revealed that he’s working on the follow-up to his first book, which is being co-written with his incarcerated former manager Anthony Gonzalez. The book, titled 32, draws its title from the amount of years he was sentenced to prison.

“We’re working on a book right now titled 32, and it’s the amount of years that he got sentenced. Also, right now, we up every morning working on this audio book. Tomorrow should be the final day and all wrapped up.”

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