Mase comes back after “The Oracle” shook up the rap world last week with a new joint called “Rap Rushmore” ft. Diddy and Khaled.
The discrimination against old white men has to stop!!!
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Douglas Goodstein and four producers, who’d previously worked for “The Howard Stern Show,” were hired by Revolt TV in January 2014.
The team produced its popular urban talk radio program “The Breakfast Club” that airs mornings on Power 105.1 FM.
We’ll always love Big Poppa.
Just paid tribute to late/great #BiggieSmalls on House floor. Gone but never forgotten. #WhereBrooklynAt
Surprised Puffy, Faith, or Junior Mafia hasn’t gotten involved with this in some way. Maybe they don’t know. Whatever the case somebody will probably reach out to him soon.
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
Sean Combs opened the Capital Preparatory Harlem Charter School in his old neighborhood Monday at a ceremony attended by the school’s 176 students and 15 teachers, called “illuminators.” Video taken and edited from my phone so I apologize for the quality.
EAST HARLEM, Manhattan —He’s one of the world’s most prominent names in hip hop and pop music, and has been known by a wide variety of names, including Puff Daddy and P-Diddy, over his 25-year career, but on Monday, Sean “Diddy” Combs added “educator” to his many titles.
This guy says he has solved the murders of Biggie and Tupac.
Greg Kading, the former LAPD detective covered and” solved” the murders of the Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur in his 2011 book, Murder Rap: The Untold Story of the Biggie Smalls & Tupac Shakur Murder Investigations. Today, his documentary of the same name was released, and according to Kading, it’s the “book on steroids.”
What makes Kading different from all of the others who’ve attempted to solve the infamous murders is the fact that he bases his conclusions on factual, documented evidence. During this exclusive clip, Greg explains that what we’ll see in the Murder Rap documentary is “evidence-based information. It comes from inside the investigation, not from outside.”
Watch as he drops names and links one of them back to Suge Knight in this intensive exclusive.