Lisa Evers breaks news of one of Hip Hop music’s biggest unsolved murders. More details will develop during the day.
Diddy announces to the world that he has become Hip Hop’s first official billionaire.
“I started out as a young boy from Harlem, that couldn’t even be a waiter. They didn’t want me to be a waiter. So you know what I did? I became a billionaire!” #ForMotivationalUseOnly
Funk Flex releases classic throwback interview/freestyle with Notorious B.i.G and Craig Mack from the vaults of Hot 97.
After watching The Smalls “Warning” courtesy of WSHH, I checked out their youtube page and discovered they have done a bunch of these. I am shocked that these videos using the classic lyrics of Biggie Smalls have been around a whole year, and they need to send some love to WSHH for getting these some much needed shine. Take a peep at Episode 5 “PARTY AND BULLSHIT”.
Diddy aims to be bring music back to television with Revolt TV
The newly unveiled Time Warner partnership adds nearly 12 million current customers to Revolt’s potential viewership when the channel debuts later this year, with programs that Combs says will carry a certain “rawness” to them to complement the heavy emphasis on airing music videos.
“We will not be doing a bunch of reality shows,” says Combs, alluding to the current lack of music programming on MTV. “We’ll be doing music-driven shows that will be exposing you to the discovery and curation of new talent. We’ll also be doing in-depth interviews and shows that will go into social issues with different panels and debaters of the culture. We’ll be doing our version of a Barbara Walters/Oprah interview, but with someone from this generation, and of this generation. We’ll be going to where the pulse of music is happening, and we’ll be covering it in the way ESPN will cover a sports story, with that level of urgency and seriousness.”
Newly signed to Bad Boy Records check out the video to French’s Montana’s street banger ‘Shot Caller’ which debuted yesterday on 106.