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Waka Flocka Flame Tells Fans To Call Atlantic Records Over “Flockaveli 2” Delay

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Puff Daddy On Producing

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Eminem Announces “Shady Wars” Mobile Game

 

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Eminem has a new mobile game called “Shady Wars.”

The Detroit emcee promoted the game on Twitter yesterday (November 4) with lyrics from his song “Dead Wrong” with The Notorious B.I.G.

“I’m ready for war, got machetes and swords…” #ShadyWars,” Eminem writes under a picture of the game’s logo.

The game is available for iPhone and iPad. Users play as Eminem.

“Battle ‘Em All. Play along to some of Eminem’s greatest hits in this arcade style game developed in partnership with Shady Records,” the product description reads. “Reach Rap God status by avoiding falling bombs and chainsaws, while challenging your friends and collecting badges along the way.”

“Shady Wars” is available for free download at the iTunes store.

Other rappers who are in the mobile game space include Slim Thug, who has “Roll Like a Boss,” and Nicki Minaj, whose game is in development.

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Is Rick Ross Clowning Ex-Fiancée Lira Galore By Rocking Her Engagement Rock

 

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Master P’s estranged wife is finally getting a BIG FAT check



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Is 2Pac “All Eyez On Me” Biopic Set To Start Filming?

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N.O.R.E. talks about retirement plans

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N.O.R.E. is opening up about his retirement plans. Noreaga tells MTV’s “RapFix” that his upcoming album, Dyslexia, will be his second-to-last album.

Apparently, he’s calling it quits in an effort to “bow out gracefully” at the top of his game. N.O.R.E. explains that he’s done everything he’s set out to do as a rapper. He also hinted at his own disillusionment with hip-hop, saying that nowadays a lot of things that happen in hip-hop aren’t the way he visualized them being.

N.O.R.E. also opened up about recording his upcoming Capone-N-Noreaga EP “War In One Night.” Apparently, the project was created in one studio session. He also revealed plans to collaborate with Pharrell Williams in the near future.

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Is Diddy about the close up shop at Bad Boy Records?

Is Diddy about the close up shop at Bad Boy Records? The streets are saying that Rap mogul has quietly made moves to shut down the iconic record label.

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According to AllHipHop.com and more recently Global14.com, most of the Bad Boy Records staff has been laid off since December. It is said Diddy has moved some of his more noted employees to his other business ventures including Revolt TV, CÎROC Ultra Premium, Blue Flame Agency and the newly acquired DeLeon Tequila.

So what happens to the talent still contracted to the label you ask? It is speculated that both French Montana and Janelle Monáe will be upstreamed directly to Interscope Records. The status on Machine Gun Kelly, Red Cafe and Diddy’s R&B girlfriend Cassie is unclear.

This all stays in the struggle rumor mill as there is yet to be an official statement from Combs. Since 1993 Bad Boy Records has been one of the most successful Rap record companies with reportedly over 75 million records sold worldwide to date.

If we are indeed seeing the final days of Bad Boy, let us know what your favorite Bad Boy moment is in the comments section below.

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Check out the Stream Dreamville’s The Revenge of the Dreamers (listen to the New product)

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The Dream Says Collaborative Album with Kanye West Was Possible

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As a Def Jam Records signee and friend of Kanye West, The Dream has cranked out numerous records with the rapper/super producer and has personal knowledge of ‘Ye’s personality.

Recently sitting down with Vlad TV, The Dream addressed a past rumored collaboration album with Kanye West. He says he would have liked to have done it but didn’t ask Kanye about the possibility.

“It was just a personal thing, whether somebody wants to do it or not at that particular time,” he said. “And the truthful thing is, I never asked him about doing it. It was just one of those things, couple records that sounded good together and I was like, ‘Wow, this would be cool and it was a great time for anybody at that time to do that.'”

When asked about Kanye’s 2009 Video Music Awards rant regarding Beyoncé and singer Taylor Swift, The Dream said Kanye’s rant was career defining for Swift.

“That was the best press move ever for herself,” The Dream said. “It was a cultural moment for her. Defining.”

Dream also says Kanye’s passion is rooted in his interest of visual art particularly at the time of the rant.

“I felt that it was the best video of all time [laughs],” He said when asked about the video. “At that time Kanye was such a visual person and I started to gravitate towards that later on but he has been around for so long and he has an eye for a lot of things and that’s just what he felt.”

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