The show is back on. After news broke on Tuesday that Future was kicked off Drake’s “Would You Like A Tour?” due to comments made to Billboard, it’s being reported that the “Honest” rapper has been added back. According to Hot 107.9, the two stars have worked out their differences and contracts between both parties have been signed.

The “Would You Like a Tour?” starring Drake, Miguel, and now Future (again), kicks off this Friday in Pittsburgh, PA. Click here for full tour dates.

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If Drake can look past Future’s off-hand comments to Billboard, then maybe there’s hope for all of us. Seems fitting on the day that the Republicans finally came to their senses and realized that sending us all into a US default would be cutting off the head the nose. The only source so far is Beestroh from Atlanta’s 107.9 FM, but he claims Future has signed a contract to join Drake out on the road.
So what about that Page Six claim of a lawsuit?
And did both rappers suspend their disbelief and blame this on a Billboard magazine misquote? Hopefully no. Hopefully, it’s just a matter of seeing that the good business move is to proceed with the tour, and maintain separate tour dinners.

Watch the revelation below…..



DJ Khaled had the internet in a frenzy releasing two star-studded cuts off his forthcoming Suffering From Success LP, due next Tuesday. One of the tracks, the smooth “I’m Still,” featured a lineup of Chris Brown, Ace Hood, Wiz Khalifa, and Wale. Soon after the song debuted, Chris Brown hit Twitter to inform fans that an unreleased rap verse didn’t make the final cut. Thanks to Breezy himself, fans can now enjoy the aggressive lyrics from Brown.

“Every ni**a in the industry done f***ed my Bi**h/ And all my ni**as said I told ya”

So… is Chris Brown finally fully out of love with Rihanna and now throwing shots at her with this lyric?

Listen to Breezy get some thoughts off his chest below…..



It looks like Jayceon’s up to his old tricks again. Despite expressing his desire to reunite with 50 Cent in an interview with DJ Skee just days ago, the Compton rapper goes on wax to send a quick F.U. to his old boss. “Hub city, thugs with me, buck 50/ Reunite with G-Unit? B*tch, f*ck 50,” he raps on “Hollywood,” a bonus track on the iTunes version of his new mixtape, OKE (Operation Kill Everything), that features Scarface (note: the Houston vet doesn’t partake in the verbal assault).

Those of you that signed the petition on (which was actually launched by The Game) earlier this year can probably wave goodbye to seeing “How We Do,” “Hate It or Love It” and co. in full glory again.

Listen to “Hollywood” after the jump…


Kanye West death stare! LOL.

Kanye West’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live was set up as a mediation session after their confusing twitter “beef” of two weeks ago…what it ended up being was more like 15% Kimmel copping please, with the rest of the show being one long, dizzying, fascinating, run-on, inspiring, name-dropping, mission statement from Kanye West. (Oh, and 0% Arctic Monkeys. The musical guests got booted from the lineup because of Kanye’s verbosity, lol)

At one point, Ye tells Jimmy, he doesn’t care about public opinion because he’s “not running for office,” but by the end, Ye thanks Kimmel for “the platform”…and he definitely uses the network TV couch-time to rail against disrespectful paparazzi, and more importantly, doubting fashion and entertainment titans who aren’t willing to give Kanye the chance he needs to create “awesomeness.” Kanye reiterates many of the same points he made during that incredible Zane Lowe BBC interview, but there are plenty new Kanye quotables to enjoy as well.

“And the way paparazzi talk to me and my family is disrespectful. We bring something of joy to the world. When people hear my music, they have a good time. And I should be respected as such when I walk down the street. Don’t try to antagonize me. Because you know what, it’s not safe for you in this zoo. Never think that I’m not from Chicago for one second.”

I nerded out and transcribed the full interview…because sleep is for suckers.
Read the best Kanye x Kimmel quotes…
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(TDE at the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards: ScHoolboy Q, Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock & SZA)
The 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards were recently taped in Atlanta last weekend, and will air on the network in two weeks. One of the most talked about moments during the annual show came from the always entertaining cyphers. TDE shook things up with a lineup of Jay Rock, ScHoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, newest signee Isaiah Rashad, and Kendrick Lamar.

With his “Control” verse still a hot topic months later, Kendrick used his camera time to cleverly send a jab at Drake. In recent interviews with Angie Martinez and Big Boy’s Neighborhood, Drake expressed disappointment and questioned the Compton MC and his motives when recording the verse on Big Sean’s record. Over Mobb Deep’s “Shook Ones Part. II,” Kendrick raps from a spectators angle using Drizzy’s Nothing Was the Same album title as a base for his verbal attack.

“Yeah…and nothing’s been the same since they dropped “Control”/ And tucked a sensitive rapper back in his Pajama Clothes/ Ha-ha jokes on you, high-five…..I’m bulletproof/ Your sh*ts a never penetrate, pin the tail on the donkey boy you been a fake….”

Catch the full cypher during the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards when it airs on Tuesday, October 15 at 8 p.m. EST.

Check out a snipper of Kendrick’s jab below….



Just hours after Kanye West went on a Twitter rant aimed at him, Jimmy Kimmel took to his late-night show to react. The comedian and talk show host revealed moments prior to Mr. West’s response to his viral spoof, Kanye called him to express his not-so-pleasant thoughts. Along with reading some of Yeezy’s tweets on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night, Kimmel noted Kanye compared himself to Tupac saying “I am the most powerful voice in media, I am Pac.”

UPDATE: Some sites have noted that a commercial promoting Kanye’s upcoming “Yeezus” tour with Kendrick Lamar aired after Kimmel’s breakdown of ‘Ye’s tirade last night.

Check out what Jimmy Kimmel had to say below….


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Yesterday’s drawn out catfight between Teyana Taylor and Rihanna played itself out across instagram videos, tweets, photoshop, net-worth websites, and more…entertaining folks in their office cubicles, and even fellow rappers like Meek Mill.
This morning, Teyana called up the Hot97 Morning Show and said she wasn’t going to be another victim of Rihanna’s cyber-bullying.

But a few topics left undiscussed during the call…What really motivated this whole episode? Certainly not a silly IG video. Does Teyana think that this unprovoked attack has anything to do with her longstanding friendship with Chris Brown? And what sort of insight was Teyana alluding to with that “YOU & I know each other VERY well” tweet?

Listen to Teyana Taylor chatting with Ebro and Rosenberg…
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When Rihanna and her hair stylist Yusef posted this video late last night, it may have just seemed like hotel room karaoke to the casual onlooker….
But Teyana Taylor and her fans instantly caught a shade alert…

Today, Teyana Taylor fired back at Rihanna on twitter…

Since then, sparks have been flying between Teyana (and minions), Rihanna (and her “navy”) and Rihanna-bestie Melissa Forde. (as of 3:15pm, it’s still going…)

UPDATE: as of 4:15…Beef still on the barbee.
Both girls have even adjusted their twitter backgrounds to diss each other, lol. See new tweets after the jump…

Even Meek Mill is watching from the skybox with a tray of nachos:

Now would also be a convenient time to remember that Teyana allegedly snuffed a girl at an LA studio because she dissed her boy Chris Brown? And then there was the time, Teyana allegedly beat up celebrity stripper “Scrawberry” at Club Liv in Miami (“She left the club leakign and wearing her dress as a belt.”) So…we already know TT is ready to rumble.

Check out all the verbal kitty-boxing, and the original Teyana post that sparked the exchange…
After the jump


The back-and-forth between Meek Mill and Kendrick Lamar continues. After Meek Mill released his “Ooh Kill ‘Em” response, Lamar took matters into his own hands during a show at Brooklyn’s Williamsburg Park on Tuesday night. During his set, Kendrick took a break to call out MMG’s Philly representer. “I been doing this s**t for years…I mastered this s**t. I have no time for irrelevant n***as [or] new n***as,” stated Lamar.

At one point, Kendrick cleverly referred to Meek’s current single “Levels.” “There’s one n***a in particular that needs to realize that there’s ‘levels’ to this s**t. I’m MOTHER F**KIN’ KING KENDRICK.” Once news spread fast on Twitter, Meek, whose also currently in New York City, hit his account to tweet out some responses.

Currently, there’s no video of Kendrick’s moment on stage. Until then, check out some fan footage from the show plus Meek Mill’s responses below….



Back with Round 2. After Meek Mill’s vicious attack towards him on “Kendrick You Next,” Cassidy returns quickly with his response to MMG’s own in “Catch a Body.” In true rap battle fashion, Cassidy grabs a hold of Canibus’ lyrical gift to LL Cool J in “2nd Round K.O.” for his song of choice in this back-and-forth between Philly’s two rap stars.

No brotherly love as Cassidy goes in for almost 8-minutes on his second diss record aimed at Meek this year.

“Look……f**k Meek Mills, Dreamchasers, MMG, and whoever else affiliated with that bi**h a** ni**a.”

Listen to “Catch a Body,” and watch as Cass gives his response to Meek’s “Kendrick You Next” below….


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