V Features Proving How Confident we can be about The Carter V.

Carter V has been announced a week ago and it’s about to be Lil Wayne’s 13th studio album. After four years of everyday struggle, Lil Wayne’s legal battle with long-time label Cash Money is finally over. He received 10 million from Universal and was released from his Cash Money contract and became the sole owner of the Young Money label.

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KNOWLEDGE DOES NOT ALWAYS WIN. (B.O.B AND HIS NEW EXPERIENCES)

Nowadays, if your music does not promote lean, xan and all these kinds of drugs, life can be pretty hard for you as a rapper. The young generation is all about their money thanks to that. It’s cool though, it’s like a step in life almost every rapper have to take. Growing up, with experiences, your style of music can change as an artist, either because of things you went through or situations you witnessed and your learned from them.

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Rappers should stay away from prison nowadays. (MEEK MILL CHASING HIS NIGHTMARES).

“ Young niggas watching me, give ‘em that game properly. Past go twice, skip jail, build a monopoly” [Meek Mill : These scars]
From the early 90’s to that era we’re living now, a lot of things have changed in the urban music industry. Some are happy, some are not. It’s been always like that, when it comes to changes, you can’t satisfy everybody.

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Big K.R.I.T. is what the south have Left.

I remember back then when i was a kid, every Sunday i used to stay in the living room, bumping Houston rap music only. I can spend the whole week listening to all kind of hip hop music because they all sounded the same. But on Sunday it was all for H-Town, from Mike Jones to Paul Wall, to Lil Keke, to Lil Flip, to Chamillionaire, to UGK, to Slim Thug, i mean all the south.

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Young Dolph is not going anywhere yet.

It’s a new Era for HipHop. Everybody is focused on getting money and entertainment. The type of rap beef and violence that we used to have back then barely exist nowadays. This is a good thing right! Everybody has the chance to make it out of the ghetto nowadays, sometimes you only need one hit and you’re good. Rap beef music is not even the same anymore. It’s a really good thing. But we still have a few that still feel related to the streets and the old System.

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Is Celtics contender hope went south with Hayward injury???

The NBA is BACK and as a basketball fan, could we ask better than Cavs-Celts and Rockets-Warriors matchups on an opening night? Yes, it would have been a perfect night if we didn’t have to witness that gruesome injury of newly acquired Celtics forward Gordon Hayward trying to catch an alley-oop from his new teammates Kyrie Irving. Let’s send all of our prayers to Gordon and his family and wishing him a speedy recovery. Even if we know that some things are bigger than basketball, we can’t ignore that his absence will affect the team’s formula.

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All These rappers my children

Gucci likes to work with other artists. Probably one of the reason why his projects are so versatile. Everyone can find their own taste.

On his last album, he did something that was very interesting to me. Maybe nobody paid attention to it, but it’s OK. Let’s go through it.

“Mr Davis” can be considered as the most important project for the Zone 6 rapper. He had his wedding coming the next week with his long time girlfriend, so all the hype and attention was on Mr. Davis. Which is a good thing for the promotion of the album and the features have to be chosen wisely too.

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NBA golden age is here

The past NBA season has been an historical and interesting one. From the changes in the style of play (it’s like a live road runner show. Beep Beep), the explosion of the salary cap, the mobility of the players(#kevinSnakeDUrant)  and the kind of contract that are being thrown out there, it’s wise to say that we’re living the golden age of American basketball.

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