Nas trolled Lonzo Ball on Instagram after Knicks beat Lakers


Months ago, Lonzo Ball said that no one listens to Nas anymore on his family’s reality show. The Lakers rookie later said he didn’t mean to disrespect the hip-hop legend, he was just sharing his opinion as a young person in 2017.

After that, Ball’s manager was spotted wearing a shirt that had Ball’s face on the cover of a Nas album, and Ball included that shirt design that seemed to take a shot as Nas when he teased his new apparel collection.

That brings us to Tuesday — the first time Ball played in a Lakers jersey at Madison Square Garden — and the hoodie the 20-year-old chose to wear.

YEP, that’s the Nas shirt design on a hoodie — a brilliant troll job.

Wow. Look at the hoodie Lonzo wore to MSG tonight. Disrespecting the GOAT once again?!??

Go get ‘em, Frank

Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell couldn’t believe it.

Update: After the Lakers lost to the Knicks in overtime, Nas had something to say on Instagram: He congratulated the New York team on the victory, something he doesn’t normally do.

The thing about all of this is according to Nas’ manager, Nas wasn’t fazed by Ball saying no one listens to his music anymore. In fact, the manager said the rapper didn’t even know who Ball was until he was told about the NBA rookie’s comments.

Asher Roth Working for Uber ? The Rise and Fall of the College Rapper


It appears the college loving rapper, Asher Roth, shouldn’t have partied so hard back in school. It has been reported on several outlets that Roth is now driving for Uber in San Fran.

The Rise

Roth rose to fame with the hit record, I Love College, the song which blatantly stole from the rock band Weezer, and he was put on the XXL Freshman list. He was a buzzing act on one of the hottest labels in the music industry, SRC, His album had major features from the likes of Cee-Lo and Keri Hilson. Yet, despite these co-signs, Roth failed to bring any music that moved anyone.

SRC put Roth on tour with Blink 182, crossed their fingers, and hoped for the best. Even as an opening act for the biggest band in the world at the time, Roth again failed to deliver.

How a rapper could fail with Cee-Lo is just proof that Roth was a one hit wonder bound to fall….That fact that the song was a complete hack job of a great Weezer song, showed that the fall was going to be ugly.

The Fall

After the touring funds from SRC dried up, and I Love College stopped spinning, Roth tried to play the publicity game to keep his name in the game. He put out rumors that he was homosexual even tweeting that he was gay. The rumors circulated that he was the rapper in Terrence Dean’s book on the subject.

 

 

After a few subpar mix tapes that failed to deliver, Roth was gone from the scene. He was quietly dropped from SRC, and the world moved on.

Now Roth is back on social media promoting new songs, but without the major label behind him, he appears to be all but finished. This brought us to find out what he was doing now. It saddens us to say that we could only say he is working for Uber, driving for Uber that is, and in a Honda Accord to make matters even worse.

Now there is nothing wrong with a Honda Accord, my own grandmother drives one, but for Roth to have fallen so far is the real point here.

If you are in the San Fran area and looking for ride be on the lookout for college kid. Maybe you can suggest some classes at the University of Phoenix for him as we hear it’s hard to party at that school….

Valee ft. Pusha T – Miami (Remix)


Pusha T joins Chicago’s Valee, the latest G.O.O.D Music signee, on a new remix to his track “Miami.”

Listen below.

A$AP Rocky, Gucci Mane & 21 Savage – Cocky


A$AP Rocky, Gucci Mane and 21 Savage give us their best brag raps on a new London On Da Track-produced cut called “Cocky” from the upcoming Kyrie Irving comedy Uncle Drew.

Video: Drake – God’s Plan


Cardi B Disses Nicki Minaj


I guess this is just another reason why I don’t understand nor want to understand females, but whatever….

Eminem – “Walk On Water” (Official Video) ft. Beyoncé


The video for Eminems lead single with Beyonce.

Lloyd Banks – End Of An Era Freestyle


Lloyd Banks – End Of An Era Freestyle

Dave East – Legendary (Music Video)


New Dave East music video.

 

 

Dearly Departed – Struggle Jennings & Jelly Roll (Waylon & Willie)


Official video release for Dearly Departed by Jelly Roll and Struggle Jennings…

 

Get WAYLON & WILLIE – https://onerpm.lnk.to/WaylonAndWillie Watch WAYLON & WILLIE – https://youtu.be/3RWKKuybsoM This is the third video and single from the new album WAYLON & WILLIE by Struggle Jennings and Jelly Roll.. Directed by: Edward Crowe Director of photography: David Hulbert Production Coordinator: Zack Blocker