ROBERT DINERO SCOLDS JAY-Z FOR BEING RUDE
Nov 2012 15

According to Page Six, things got heated between Jay and Rob De Niro the other night at Leonardo DiCaprio’s star studded birthday bash in New York. The event packed with all of Leo’s celebrity friends like Jamie Foxx, Chris Rock and Jonah, but things got tensed when Jay approached Robert De Niro’s table to say “Hello”.  Apparently, De Niro had been trying to reach Jay-Z about recording a song for the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year but Jay had been dodging his calls so he wasn’t too happy. According to sources at the event:

“Bob was sitting at a table, and when Jay-Z went over to say hello, De Niro told Jay that he never called him back. Bob wasn’t in any mood to make polite conversation,” the spy says. “He told Jay that if somebody calls you six times, you call them back. It doesn’t matter who you are, that is just rude.”

“De Niro kept telling him that he thinks he’s the man, but that he was disrespectful. Beyoncé came over, but that didn’t calm Bob down. It was the talk of the party. Everyone was saying there’s only one star in New York bigger and badder than Jay-Z, and that’s Robert De Niro. He can be quite scary when he’s angry.”

When his reps were contacted for a comment, they brushed the incident off as just a “low-key private conversation between two people that was apparently overheard. It was not a heated discussion.

IAA NEW MUSIC: JOE BUDDEN – ‘MOMMA SAID’
Nov 2012 15

Joe Budden writes a letter to his late mother on “Momma Said,” the latest leaked track from his upcoming mixtape A Loose Quarter, available November 23. Check out the track below!

BIG BOI EXPLAINS WHY ANDRE 3000 ISN’T ON HIS NEW ALBUM
Nov 2012 15

Big Boi has explained why Andre 3000 is not on his upcoming album Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors. He told The Village Voice, “He could’ve been on any song he wanted to. I gave the motherf*cker about five songs, but I guess he was just too busy. He said he had to do some Gillette sh*t. No for real. He said he had some contractual obligations.”

He also said in a recent radio interview that he is ready to do another OutKast album whenever Andre is ready.

  • Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors will be released on December 11th.

ANDRE 3000 TALKS OUTKAST

Andre 3000 also said that he doesn’t know if there will be another OutKast album. He told FUSE, “We don’t know what the future will be. There could be, I just can’t say right now. If we decide to do something, you’ll know about it. The Internet is such a misinformation age right now. There’s so much bad stuff that you don’t even know what to believe, so don’t believe anything about OutKast on the Internet until we say it.”

He also talked about collaborating with Frank Ocean on his debut album channel ORANGE. He said about Frank,”He said, ‘I just want you to tell a story. Honestly, I don’t care what it is, just tell a story.’ When I got the track [‘Pink Matter’], I just started writing to it. I’m just happy to be a part of that whole movement and his whole movement because he has become a whole ‘nother kind of icon in today’s age. I was just happy to be a part of that album.”

  • In an interview with Rolling Stone, he spoke on people judging his music. He said, “I miss creating all the time and I miss going with blinders on and not thinking about anything. It’s such a sad thing because now, people judge everything that I do. Because I don’t do it much, they analyze every word and before, you could’ve had a sh*tty verse and people just forgot about it. So it’s different now.”

IAA SPOTLIGHT: GET TO KNOW – UNO-ONE – PENNSYLVANIA’S HOTTEST STAR!
Nov 2012 15

Aaron Profitt, better known by his stage name “Uno-One” (Underground’s Notorious One-Overcame Nearly Everything), is an American hip-hop artist from Chichester, Pennsylvania. At the age of 13, he began writing in the comfort of his grandparent’s basement as a way to release his inner feelings and he found it to have therapeutic benefits. He first began rapping and recording himself by over dubbing cassette tapes on a karaoke machine.

Since his very first recordings, anyone who has listened to his music knows that he has a special talent full of raw emotions and an articulated rhyme form. As a non-fiction author, he finds the inspiration to write from his surrounding environment and life experiences, coining his genre as “Reality Rap”. After witnessing numerous tragedies, he knows that every verse could be his last so he puts it all on the line every time he steps into the recording booth.

He established One Track Mind EntertainmenT (O.T.M.) with childhood friend/manager, Steve“Lil’ Bunk” Bunk. Courtesy of O.T.M., he has released 5 mixtapes since 2004 and his latest effort, “Mixed Emotionz” was released August 7, 2012. The mix-tape is comprised of fan favorites: “Just Breath”, “All Falls Down”, and “Warning,” which displays his talent to tell cinematic stories, the ability to advocate the youth, and also his lyrical versatility. “All Falls Down” is currently in rotation on college radio stations throughout the region. Uno-One is currently working on his debut EP with a release date TBA.

IAA:  What city and state are you from?

UNO-ONE:  Chichester, PA.

IAA: What is your music background?

UNO-ONE:  Writing, recording, performing and anything involved with HIP HOP!!

IAA:  Why do you want to record and release your own music?

UNO-ONE:  I have been through a lot in life and I feel that music is a good way to vent and tell my story.

IAA: What are your songs about?

UNO-ONE:  Real life! I lost my mother to drug addiction before I turned 21. I never knew my father, buried my older brother and lost a lot of my friends to jail and death. I’ve been through a lot and seen a lot.My music is pretty much based off of my experiences and emotions. You will never catch me rap about things I haven’t lived through or witnessed firsthand.When you hear my music it’s like I’m talking directly to you. Press play and come into my world! And did I mention I got crazy flow game?

IAA:  Who is your fan base directed towards?

UNO-ONE:  All people. Males, females, black, white or candy striped. My music is directed to anyone who has ever struggled or lived through crazy situations.

IAA:  Who are your musical influences?

UNO-ONE:  Tupac, Bone Thugs N’ Harmony, Nas, Tech N9ne, Pink Floyd and Phil Collins.

IAA:  How would you describe your music to people?

UNO-ONE:  My music is like an open book to my life and I am a nonfiction author! I have a versatile flow and can still deliver substance

IAA:  What makes you stand out from other artists?

UNO-ONE:  I’m the other side of the coin. A lot of other artists tend to fabricate or glorify

negative things. Just being a real person, I tell it the way it really is. I make a conscious effort to distance myself away from what everybody else is doing musically.

IAA:  What are some upcoming projects you are currently working on?

UNO-ONE:  I recently released my 5th mixtape, “MIXED EMOTIONZ”  on August 7, 2012 and I’m currently working on my debut EP titled,“STILL STANDN”. Both releases courtesy of ONE TRACK MIND EntertainmenT.

IAA: What are your career goals? Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

UNO-ONE:  Making UNO-ONE a household name so I can branch out in different business ventures. In ten years, I see myself being very successful and still working for more. I want it all!!

IAA:  How can fans access your music and contact you?

UNO-ONE:  ONETRACKMINDENT.COM or @UNOONEMUSIC on Facebook, Twitter and Reverbnation.

 

 

 

 

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ELMO ACCUSER RECANTS ACCUSATIONS
Nov 2012 14

Lawyers for the young man that had initially claimed to be 16 when he had a sexual relationship with Kevin Clash, have released a statement that their client admitted it was a legal relationship between two consenting adults.

Clash, the voice of Elmo and also a producer on Sesame Street, had taken a leave of absence from the show to combat the allegations. He also made a statement expressing his relief that he has been vindicated and that he would like to put the incident behind him.

Sources told TMZ that the accuser’s attorneys were meeting with Clash’s representation to discuss a possible financial settlement. This information came out shortly after an email was leaked in which Clash confessed to being in love with the accuser and apologized to him for repeatedly talking about sex with him. The email was sent two years ago when the young man was 21.

CHRIS BROWN ON JAY-Z:’THERE’S NO FEUD’
Nov 2012 14

Chris Brown has opened up his recent encounter with Jay-Z. Chris went to Jay-Z’s inaugural concerts at Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center last month with Rihanna and had a conversation with the rap mogul backstage. Rumors have been swirling that Jay-Z pulled Chris to the side saying that he would “end his career” if he hurts Rihanna again.

During a radio interview, Chris said about the encounter, “It was like a green room backstage, he comes says what’s up to everybody. And it was cordial ‘what’s up man how you doing?’, ‘nice seeing you I ain’t seen you in a minute.’ It was real respectful, it was nothing like that. I went to the [Barclays] Center to see the show. People like to take it and run with it because they have nothing else, there’s no feud.”

  • During the interview, Chris was also asked if he was on a boat and Karrueche and Rihanna were drowning and he could only save one — of course he said he would save both of them.

SOURCE: CHRIS BROWN IS STILL HAVING SEX WITH KARRUECHE

In related news, a source told HollywoodLife.com that Chris is still having sex with Karrueche. The source said, “Karrueche and Chris are not together, so Chris can do whatever the f**k he wants to do. She doesn’t really care anymore. She’s happy being friends with him and she might not admit this but I know they’re more than friends…they’re friends with benefits and that seems to be

KARRINE ‘SUPERHEAD’ STEFFANS RATES THE RAPPERS SHE’S SLEPT WITH
Nov 2012 14

Karrine “Superhead” Steffans has opened up about the rappers that she’s slept with back in her video vixen days. In a chat with Rolling Out Magazine, Steffans revealed that the best sex she’s ever had is Young Buck. She said about Buck, “He was the best I ever had. The sex lasted for hours at a time. It was the best I ever had and it got better each time.”

She also had good things to say about Shaq, “He’s generous.” Juelz Santana, “It was good. He likes to pull hair a lot, and he actually likes it better when a girl rides.” She also said that Trick Daddy was “full of energy.”

  • She had not so nice things to say about Jay-Z, Usher and Bobby Brown. She said about Jay, “You can’t stand looking at him when he’s on top.” She said that Usher is “a disrespectful jerk” and that Bobby Brown was a hallucinatory drug addict she used to have to slap crazy.
  • She also said that Diddy and Xzibit were “possibly on the down low” and that Pusha T, Mos Def and Wyclef had nasty breath.

IAA NEW MUSIC: JUICY J F/ FRENCH MONTANA,B.O.B, LOLA MONROE, AND WIZ KHALIFA – ‘BANDZ A MAKE HER DANCE (REMIX)’
Nov 2012 14

Juicy J links up with French Montana, B.o.B, and his Taylor Gang labelmates LoLa Monroe and Wiz Khalifa for the remix of “Bandz a Make Her Dance.” Check out the remix below!

IAA SPOTLIGHT: GET TO KNOW – A. DIDDY – SOUTH CAROLINA’S HOTTEST STAR!
Nov 2012 14

IAA:  What city and state are you from?

A. DIDDY:  I’m from Charleston, South Carolina, where all the slaves were sold. They say we sound Jamaican, Haitian, or from some kind of island. But we are American; our ancestors are from Africa and were brought over here.

IAA: What is your music background?

A. DIDDY:  I really don’t have any musical background as far as playing instruments, or being in any school bands. But my music background is hip-hop, oldies, R&B, and classics.

IAA:  Why do you want to record and release your own music?

A. DIDDY:  It is my art and craft. It’s a way to express myself to the world. Even though I am not rapping or singing, you can still feel it.

IAA: What are your songs about?

A. DIDDY:   As a producer working with artists, I’ll have them tell a story because every situation is a story. Let me hear your half of it. A real situation, problem with experience and see how I can relate to you. So If I can relate to you, other people can relate to you.

IAA:  Who is your fan base directed towards?

A. DIDDY:  My fan base is toward the people who struggle. Struggle in life and mental state. I’m not from a place where everybody has money. In my city the most expensive stuff we have is the cheapest stuff in another city. So, I want to reach all of those other people who are going through the same thing, and show them you’re not the only one.

IAA:  Who are your musical influences?

A. DIDDY:  My musical influences are Soulja Slim, Boosie, Webbie, 8Ball & MJG, Pachino Dino, Killa Skip, Playa Fly, 36 Mafia, Gangsta Black, TA (Top Authority), Dayton Family, Yo Gotti, Tmac, Hot Boys, Jeezy, Gucci, and the list goes on. I grew up with old school from Patty, Temptations, Frankie Beverly and Maze, Isley, Brian McKnight, and more.

IAA:  How would you describe your music to people?

A. DIDDY:  I only can describe it as original. What everyone is lacking. Not saying everyone ain’t original. It’s  just that everybody’s copycatting everything nowadays.

IAA:  What makes you stand out from other artists?

A. DIDDY:  What makes me stand out is me, my personality, and the way I carry myself. My life and my experiences. My sound is something that I create to be different so I can stand out. You can hear the difference.

IAA:  What are some upcoming projects you are currently working on?

A. DIDDY:   The project that I am working on now is Trap House Instrumentals. I just finished ADiddy Instrumental Vol. 1. You can check that out on datpiff. I got Big Lunny, Crime Boss, Back Boy Sav, and Juice. That’s the home team. They’re all dropping at separate times. You can check out all of the different projects on YouTube. Then there’s my bro, L.B, here in FL who I’m working with now. He has his mixtape and CD that he is working on. So, I have a lot of work lined up. And there is a lot of artists that I didn’t mention that I’m working with as well. So, I’m coming soon.

IAA: What are your career goals? Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

A. DIDDY:  My career goal is to have a company that does music, film, games, and videos. Basically, a spot where you can come get tracks for anything or video for anything. I have a lot of goals in life so in 10 years I can see myself as a manager of a company. I can’t really say where I’m going to be because I’m always doing something different but it will be big, I can say that.

IAA:  How can fans access your music and contact you?

A. DIDDY:  You can access my music on my ReverbNation. I am getting a new site built for people to shop my beats.

You can contact me on social sites:

http://www.facebook.com/allen.nelson.5

https://twitter.com/ADiddy843

http://www.reverbnation.com/sixshytentertainment

Instagram: Str8_Geechi

 

Any questions or concerns about me contact me through Email:

Allennelson843@gmail.com / Personal

Sales4diddy@gmail.com  / Business

 

 

 

 

 

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