Drake goes hard on “5AM in Toronto,” produced by Boi-1da and Vinylz. He addresses his current place in hip hop and dismisses all the haters.
“I’m the only ni**a still known for the music/ I swear, fuck them ni**as this year/ I made Forbes list, ni**a/ Fuck your list, everything’s looking gorgeous/ Without me, rap is just a bunch of orphans,” raps Drizzy.
Check out the track below!
Tiffany Foxx drinks it up with her mentor Lil’ Kim in the hot video for their collaboration “Twisted.” The blonde vixen, who hails from St. Louis, gets dolled up and shows off her hot body while cozying up by the fireplace. She links up with a glamorous Kimmy, who rocks a Rapunzel braid and multiple wardrobe changes while delivering her guest verse.
“She is the sweetest person I’ve ever met,” the blonde vixen said of the Queen Bee. “She totally took me in. She embraces me.” The original song can be found on Tiffany’s debut mixtape Yellow Tape.
Trina and French Montana refuse to confirm that they are dating. French was in an interview with Hot 97’s Angie Martinez and Trina was there. When asked why Trina was with him, he said, “She’s doing a photo shoot. She was here. She was doing something next door with Carmelo [Anthony].” When asked if there was something more, he said “Nah, come on.” He continued, “Every time she comes in town, she just hollers. She’s my homie. … We got a big record together called ‘Tic Toc.’ … That’s Trina’s record. [We have one for myself too.] Yup. Yeah. We working. We get a lot of work done. [laughs] I’m helping her out, she’s helping me out with music. I executive produced her mixtape. Yeah.”
Trina also spoke about the project, saying, “He actually did executive produce the mixtape and it was great, it was amazing. It was great to have his energy. He’s very creative. Believe it or not and very focused when it comes to the studio — the chemistry was really great for me to cling on to him and work on more projects and more music. He put together a lot of great records for the mixtape.”
Kanye West made a surprise call in to Hot 97 yesterday (March 5th) to give his reaction about coming in at #7 for MTV‘s Hottest MC’s in the Game list. He said about coming in on the list. “That was cool and everything. More than anything, I’m happy for Sean, but I feel like he should be on top 5. He’s bodying records, like the way he started off that “Mercy.”
On coming in at no.7, and thinking he is the top rapper in the world, he said, “Yeah, #7 bothers me. I think that [Lil] Wayne is the number one rapper in the world.”
He continued, [“I feel like in order for them to put me in number 7 they had to bring up things that they didn’t like. They didn’t like the Cruel Summer album. And, I’m like its a compilation. It ain’t all rappers on GOOD Music. I mean Cruel Summer got ‘Don’t Like (Remix),’ ‘Mercy,’ ‘Cold,’ all on one joint. And “Clique!” You can’t name 5 records like that on no album, but they wanted to diss me and be like ‘Oh, he did Cruel Summer and he can’t say he ain’t apart of it because he’s on 8 records.’ Ain’t nobody bringing up that “Diamonds” remix verse. It wasn’t no verse in a year that was fucking with that verse! It’s definitely not based on a body of work, but possibly it could be, like, overall rap-MC-swag, you know what I’m saying.”] SOUNDCUE (: 55 OC . . . what I’m saying)
LIL WAYNE AND SWAY RESPOND TO KANYE
Lil Wayne and Sway took to Twitter to respond to Kanye’s rant. Wayne wrote, “That’s the ultimate compliment coming from a humble,great,extremely creative,& superior genius…I appreciate that Yeezy!”