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Thursday, May 19, 2011



Tuesday, May 17, 2011

King Ransum - Motivation (male response)

Houston, Tx breed King Ransum teams up with Jerimiah to unleash the male response to Kelly Rowlands smash single "Motivation" listen & download the single>>>

Sunday, May 15, 2011

SKILLZ - 6'7(freestyle)


New music from my bro SKILLZ off his yet to be titled project which is coming out LATE SUMMER 2011!
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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Slim Thug & The Boss Hogg Outlawz Prep ‘Serve And Collect 3′

Houston rapper Slim Thug is prepping the release of the third installment from the Boss Hogg Outlawz “Serve and Collect” series.

‘Serve and Collect 3′ will be the first album from the group since the 2008 release of the second album from the series. This edition, however, will feature a slightly changed up roster with Killa Kyleon moving on from the group, while adding M.U.G. and Dre Day. The first single from the album, “What Up”, features Slim Thug, J-Dawg and Dre Day, which they recently shot a video for (Click here to watch the behind the scenes footage).

The release will come from under the E1 Music Umbrella, which will be the fifth collective release from Slim Thug and his partnership with the label.

‘Serve and Collect 3: Immahog’ is set for release on May 31. -KING-

Jay-Z Talks Down on Illuminati Accusers

If you think Jay-Z is down with the Illuminati, he has a message for you. The hip-hop mogul is speaking out against those who have accused him of being affiliated with the secret society, and his words might hurt.

“It may sound a little arrogant, but I just think people can’t handle when somebody else is successful,” Jay told Delta Sky magazine. “Something has gotta be wrong; you gotta be down with some higher power. And I guess when someone else is successful, it makes you feel like maybe you’re a failure. So it can’t be you, it has to be some other force.”

He’s not the only artist who’s been plagued by the rumors. His wife BeyoncĂ© has dealt with her share of critics, as have other superstars including Lady Gaga, Jennifer Hudson, and Rihanna.

The Roc Nation CEO previously addressed the topic on Rick Ross’ “Free Mason,” where he rapped, “I said I was amazing, not that I’m a mason” and “I’m on my third six, but a devil I’m not.” -KING-

Grand Hustle Faces Money Problems, Downsizes & Relocates Offices

Between the fact that Young L.A. lost his damn mind and that their Atlanta office recently shut it’s doors, rumors have been floating around that Grand Hustle Records was a wrap.

T.I.’s business partner Jason Geter (the one leaning on the Bentley to the left) addressed the chatter late last week explaining that yes, money did slow up, but that didn’t mean that that Grand Hustle team of kings was stopping their attempts to get rich.

“Number one, Grand Hustle is definitely not dismantled, we unfortunately did downsize [on staff] and relocate. We’re doing business, just in a lighter way. A smarter way, due to our current situation,” says Geter.

“We don’t have much business to do, not much going on, why pay people when unfortunately there’s not much going on?” he continued. “Same thing that the major labels are doing, it’s no different. Supply and demand, at the end of the day. It’s just the way of the business.”

It’s been tough past few months for the Atlanta-based record label, and Geter isn’t denying it, “It’s no secret we’ve taken hits, back to back, with Tip’s absence [serving out his prison term].” Downsizing and relocating was the best move, he said, and one that was discussed with T.I. “We’re partners, we talk about everything, no matter if he’s in or he’s out. It’s Grand Hustle, so we communicate with one another.” -KING-

Chingy Quit Music Because He Was ‘Sick’ Of It

Rapper Chingy has been out of the spotlight for the past three years, and now the St. Louis native is revealing why.

The 31-year-old has been plagued with rumors of an alleged sexual relationship with a transsexual male as of late, but behind the headlines there were deeper issues surrounding his self-inflicted departure from the spotlight.

“When I was gone for the three and a half years, off the scene, people really got to understand that I have a personal life, and in that personal life I lost a lot of close people to me,” he told “I lost three of my closest friends, I lost my auntie, I lost my little cousin, I lost my girl cousin, I lost my granddaddy, I lost a couple of friends. People don’t see that. They just see that you don’t have a song on the radio and you [haven't released] a video. They don’t see your real life and the things you go through.”

Losing both family and friends drove Chingy into a state of depression, where his career was the last thing on his mind. “I was sick of the whole life,” he continued. “I just got sick of it. I was still working on music but I just didn’t care about being in the light because I was going through so much.”

The ‘Right Thurr’ rapper has since regained interest in music, and has even mended his relationship with Ludacris, after cutting ties with his Disturbing the Piece imprint. At the height of his fame, Chingy sold 2 million copies of his ‘Jackpot’ debut released in 2003. He is currently prepping the independent release of his fifth album ‘No Risk No Reward. -KING-

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Long Sends Message To Accusers During Easter Sermon

Bishop Eddie Long delivered several sermons to his congregation on Easter Sunday, avoiding any mention of the lawsuit against him or any possible settlement in the sex scandal rocking New Birth Missionary Baptist Church.
Throughout his sermons he appeared to have a cryptic message for his accusers. “You ain't messin’ with me. I shall rise again and I ain't going through this,” Long said.
His sermon comes just days after Channel 2 Action News learned the embattled megachurch pastor was close to reaching a settlement with four former church members who accused him of using his spiritual powers to engage in sexual activity.
Long never directly addressed the lawsuit or any possible settlement. Instead, he imparted apparent cryptic commentary about his accusers.
“You have to go down there and let the devil know that what they thought was gonna kill you, didn't kill you. What they thought was gonna bring terror to you, didn't bring terror to you and you made the enemies public spectacle,” Long said during one sermon.
On Friday, Dekalb County Magistrate Judge Johnny Panos told our Channel 2’s Tom Jones he jump started mediation between Long and the accusers and that they were close to an agreement.
“Why wait to the summer? Why wait to the fall? Get it done now and what better time to do it that,” Panos said.
Outside the church New Birth members told Channel 2’s Mike Petchenik they want to put the suit behind them.
Petchenik: "Are you relieved the lawsuit will be over with the Bishop."
Church Member: "I am."

WTF Video Of The Day...

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

WTF Video Of The Day......

Blind Fury - Friends Before Lovers


Monday, April 25, 2011

Slim Thug In A Dress.....

A picture that surfaced online of Houston rapper SLIM THUG in a dress.........-KING-

Corey H.........Dj Turn Me Up!

Make sure you keep your ears to the streets my kinfolk COREY H. is up next H-TINE STAND UP!.....check out his appearance on BET's 106 & PARK 

Z-Ro ft. K Rino – If Screw Was Alive


New music from Z-Ro and K Rino off Z-Ro’s new mixtape (may or may not be official) “Mo City Playas” LISTEN & DOWNLOAD BELOW 

Z-Ro ft. K Rino – If Screw Was Alive

Apple slammed over iPhone, iPad location tracking

Privacy watchdogs are demanding answers from Apple Inc. about why iPhones and iPads are secretly collecting location data on users — records that cellular service providers routinely keep but require a court order to disgorge.
It's not clear if other smartphones and tablet computers are logging such information on their users. And this week's revelation that the Apple devices do wasn't even new — some security experts began warning about the issue a year ago.
But the worry prompted by a report from researchers Alasdair Allan and Pete Warden at a technology conference in Santa Clara, Calif., raises questions about how much privacy you implicitly surrender by carrying around a smartphone and the responsibility of the smartphone makers to protect sensitive data that flows through their devices.
Much of the concern about the iPhone and iPad tracking stems from the fact the computers are logging users' physical coordinates without users knowing it — and that that information is then stored in an unencrypted form that would be easy for a hacker or a suspicious spouse or a law enforcement officer to find without a warrant.
Researchers emphasize that there's no evidence that Apple itself has access to this data. The data apparently stays on the device itself, and computers the data is backed up to. Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment by The Associated Press.
Tracking is a normal part of owning a cellphone. What's done with that data, though, is where the controversy lies.
A central question in this controversy is whether a smartphone should act merely as a conduit of location data to service providers and approved applications — or as a more active participant by storing the data itself, to make location-based applications run more smoothly or help better target mobile ads or any number of other uses.
Location data is some of the most valuable information a mobile phone can provide, since it can tell advertisers not only where someone's been, but also where they might be going — and what they might be inclined to buy when they get there.
Allan and Warden said the location coordinates and time stamps in the Apple devices aren't always exact, but appear in a file that typically contains about a year's worth of data that when taken together provide a detailed view of users' travels.
"We're not sure why Apple is gathering this data, but it's clearly intentional, as the database is being restored across backups, and even device migrations," they wrote in a blog posting announcing the research.
Allan said in an email to the AP that he and Warden haven't looked at how other smartphones behave in this regard, but added there's suspicion that phones that run Google Inc.'s Android software might behave in a similar way and is being investigated.
Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Alex Levinson, a security expert, said the tracking Apple's devices do isn't new — or a surprise to those in the computer forensics community.
The Apple devices have been retaining the information for some time, but it was kept in a different form until the release of the iOS 4 operating software last year, Levinson, technical lead for the Katana Forensics firm, wrote on his blog.
Through his work with law enforcement agencies, Levinson said he was able to access the location data in older iPhones and warned about the issue over a year ago. The location data is now easier to find because of a change in the way iPhone applications access the data, he said.
"Either way, it is not secret, malicious, or hidden," Levinson wrote. "Users still have to approve location access to any application and have the ability to instantly turn off location services to applications inside the settings menu on their device."
The existence of the location-data file on the phone is alarming because it's unencrypted, the researchers said, which means that anyone with access to the device can see it.
Charlie Miller, a prominent iPhone hacker, said a security change that Apple made last month would make extracting the file from the phone in a remote attack very difficult. Even if an attacker were to break into someone's phone looking for the file, he wouldn't have the right privileges to access the file.
The data is "pretty well-protected on the phone," Miller, principal security analyst with Independent Security Evaluators, said in an interview.
"On the phone, they take a lot of precautions." He said. "It's sort of frightening in the sense that it's there, and it's full of information about where you've been, but the good news is it's not easy to get to."
But it's a different matter when the data is transferred to another computer in a backup. If the backup computer is infected with malicious software, the file could easily be located and sent to the hacker. A way to protect against that is to encrypt the iPhone backup through iTunes, the researchers said.
The issue has prompted several members of Congress to write letters to Apple, based in Cupertino, Calif., to answer questions about the practice.
Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., said it raises "serious privacy concerns," especially for children using the devices, since "anyone who gains access to this single file could likely determine the location of a user's home, the businesses he frequents, the doctors he visits, the schools his children attend, and the trips he has taken — over the past months or even a year."
Rep. Edward Markey, D-Mass., questioned whether the practice may be illegal under a federal law governing the use of location information for commercial purposes, if consumers weren't properly informed.
"Apple needs to safeguard the personal location information of its users to ensure that an iPhone doesn't become an iTrack," he said in a statement. "Collecting, storing and disclosing a consumer's location for commercial purposes without their express permission is unacceptable and would violate current law."
Apple shares rose $9.20, or 2.7 percent, to $351.71 on the strength of the company's latest quarterly financial results, which showed Apple's net income nearly doubled, in large part on strength of iPhone sales. -KING-

Teen April Kuchta charged as adult in sex attack on disabled boy


VALPARAISO, Ind. - April Kuchta, the older of two girls who allegedly held an Indiana boy against his will and sexually assaulted him, will be tried as an adult.

The prosecutor's office filed four felony charges and one misdemeanor Monday against the 16-year-old, reports CBS station WBBM.

The highest level felony Kuchta was charged with - Class A criminal deviate conduct - carries a sentence of between 20 and 50 years, reports the station.

The other felony charges against Kuchta include criminal confinement, sexual battery and intimidation, and misdemeanor battery, the station reports.

The other girl involved, a 14-year-old, was not waived to adult court from juvenile court, but she is charged with felony confinement and intimidation as well as misdemeanor battery, according to WBBM.

The incident allegedly occurred on April 9 when Kuchta and the other girl repeatedly texted a developmentally disabled 17-year-old to come to Kuchta's home. They held the boy at knifepoint and handcuffed him, poking him repeatedly with the knife, according to court records.

He told police that they recorded him on a cell phone doing and saying things against his will and Kuchta touched him sexually. After leaving him handcuffed and covered with a blanket for two hours, the girls allegedly invited others over to witness the incident, the station reports.

The others twice freed him, but Kuchta allegedly threatened him with the knife to get back into handcuffs and someone bit his arm, the station reports.

Kuchta told police they were messing around, according to court records.

She is being held in Porter County Jail without bond. -KING-

50 Cent Asks What If, "Banks Would Have Sold 5 Mil If I Was In Jail"


G-Unit's 50 Cent recently shared his input on Lil Wayne and what could have made Lloyd Banks' record sales soar.

50 believes Weezy's protege, Drake, reached early success because he served time behind bars last year.

"It's impossible to make that guy disappear when his light shines as bright as his does," 50 said referring to Lil Wayne. "I think [Lloyd] Banks would have sold 5 mil if I was in jail during the period when his album was released. It was a way for a Wayne fan to be just a Drake fan during that time." (VIBE)

Last summer, 50 said Wayne was borrowing Jay-Z's style.

A lot of things in music/entertainment are recycled. It's gonna sound like a diss, but it's no disrespect that you would see Lil Wayne wear a little black vest and that hat. I saw Cyndi Lauper wearing that; it was [just] on a different artist. And even the glasses that Jay-Z had on, that is Frank Sinatra. These are all iconic pieces coming back." (Rap-Up)

Banks' latest album, The Hunger For More 2, charted in the Top 50 after one week in stores last November.

G-Unit member Lloyd Banks' Hunger For More 2 debuted on the chart this week finding a spot at No. 26. After seven days in stores, the "Punch Line King's" newest solo effort managed to sell 44,500 records. -KING-

50 Feels Betrayed Over Game & Young Buck, "He Turned Around & Told Me To Kiss His Ass"


Rap star 50 Cent recently opened up about former G-Unit members Young Buck and Game plus why he ultimately wished the best for his ex-artists.

According to 50, he had plans to help them reach greater heights during their run in G-Unit.

"Let me explain something to you: If it was up to me there would be G-Unit South. Young Buck would be running that. I told him to run with that. When I did that, it was for him to present himself as a bigger artist to the Southern community. Game -- I wish nothing but the best for Game. As far as Black Wall Street is concerned, he did that prematurely. Then he turned around and told me to kiss his a**. If you can interpret that as me trying to keep them under my wing, that's just a f*cked-up interpretation." (VIBE)

Buck's legal woes hit the Internet in early March.

A notorious rapper from Nashville is in trouble again. Young Buck, whose real name is David Darnell Brown, is facing federal charges for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition. Channel 4 was the only station in federal court Monday afternoon when the rapper was brought in in handcuffs to appear before the judge. As the indictment spells out, these latest charges could mean ten years in prison. He's now facing federal charges. According to an indictment unsealed Monday, he's charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a .40-caliber pistol and ammunition. Federal authorities say all this happened on or about Aug. 3 -KING-