New music from NC heavy hitter Seven Montana. A few weeks ago he released a new track from him and Yourng Scooter Listen HERE. Today he releases his next single off of his next project entitled Front Me Produced by Legendary producer Zaytoven and Gotti Rock Solid. The production is hard-hitting and Seven talks that street lingo that only he can do but you can relate to. This will be included on his new mixtape Pay Attention HD which will consist of several records from the first one and 8 original songs hosted by Swamp Izzo, HoodRich Keem, DJ E Sudd. The reloaded project will have EXCLUSIVE production from Gotti Rock Solid and Zaytoven and with features from Young Scooter, Gucci Mane, and Project Pat this project is guaranteed to make you "Pay Attention".
Let me start this post off by saying Im probably one of the last dudes alive you would think who does this blog shit. Thats if you knew my story and the people whom I grew up with and kicked it with. My potna Shane Biggz was one of those people who helped shaped the individual that I am today and one of the main reasons we go so dumb over here at Gothaze.com. Today marks a 1 year anniversary of his death which we are going to celebrate by smoking hella blunts in my fam honor because thats just what we do. I without a shadow of a doubt know he is with that shit lol. The main focus of this blog was to simply honor a dude who kept me moving with this when everybody else laughed. To bring the light to a Street Dude who knew of better shit in the world than just the streets. When I say that I mean he knew the streets were just a stepping stone to a bigger legit picture. Alot of dudes love that bullshit in the streets and want to stay forever mainly because they are lazy as fuck. The true hustlers and go gettas dont just sell drugs they can move anything and that was Suga Shane Biggz str8 up. It didnt matter if it cost 5 racks or 30 racks he would find a way to make the play happen. He dreamed of owning his own adult care facility which he was on the way to having in 2 more years with the moves he was making. He always kept a 2 or 3 whips and maintained a job while hustling. Alot of dudes cant claim real legit "street status" but my G could. I could go on an on how my G was this and that but I wont because he wouldnt have wanted me to say this much lls. So s/o to everyone who lost a real friend in their lifetime and I appreciate yall taking the time out to read about mine. SaluteRead more
I was at this particular show and I knew that it wasnt going to go down the way the promoter were playing it. Rich Homie Quan calls into the radio station to check in with Jay Blaze and tells the full story about the no show.
Here is the second cover for VIBE’s Summer 2013 issue, which celebrates their 20 year anniversary. This one has Nas and J.Cole appearing on it. In the cover story, they talk about ‘Let Nas Down’, storytelling, state of Hip Hop and much more. Check it out here.Read more
While recently on Sway In The Morning Future says Rocko told him to sit outside instead of coming in to meet LA Reid and it was actually Shakir Stewart who introduced him. If fans remember during Rocko's press run during U.E.O.N.O's popular reign earlier this year he said numerous times that he introduced Future to L.A. Reid. Future says in this interview he wanted to clear that up and just be "Honest". Fans also know "Honest" is his latest single produced by Metro and DJ Spinz. Peep the rest of the interview below.
Looks like JAY Z & Dame Dash have reunited. Sometimes you got to let it be and move on.Read more
HHNM Reports: On Drake’s ‘Jodeci Freestyle‘, J. Cole rapped a lyric — “I’m artistic, you ni**as is autistic, retarded” which didn’t go down well with some organizations supporting the Autism community. The questionable lyrics were perceived as insensitive by some members of the society and rightly so.
But yesterday, Jermaine realized his mistake and wrote a detailed apology open letter on his site. Read below.
Recently there’s been a trend that includes rappers saying something offensive, only to be attacked for it in the media and pressured to apologize. I have to be completely honest and say there’s a part of me that resents that. I view rap similar to how I view comedy. It’s going to ruffle feathers at times. It’s going to go “too far”. I do not believe that an apology is needed every time someone is offended, especially when that apology is really only for the sake of saving an endorsement or cleaning up bad press.
With that said, this is not the case today. This letter is sincere. This apology IS necessary.
In a recent verse on the song “Jodeci Freestyle”, I said something highly offensive to people with Autism. Last week, when I first saw a comment from someone outraged about the lyric, I realized right away that what I said was wrong. I was instantly embarrassed that I would be ignorant enough say something so hurtful. What makes the crime worse is that I should have known better.
To the entire Autism community who expressed outrage, I’m moved and inspired by your passion, and I’m amazed at how strong you are as a unit. I have now read stories online from parents about their struggles and triumphs with raising an Autistic child and I admire how incredibly strong you have to be to do so. It’s touching. It also makes what I said even more embarrassing for me. I feel real shame. You have every right to be angry.
To anyone suffering from Autism, either mildly or severely, I am sorry. I’m bound to make mistakes in my life, but in my heart I just want to spread Love.
I want to educate myself more on Autism, and I’ll gladly own my mistake and serve as an example to today’s generation that there’s nothing cool about mean-spirited comments about someone with Autism. People with this disorder and their loved ones have to go through so much already, the last thing they need is to hear something as ignorant as what I said. I understand.
To the parents who are fighting through the frustrations that must come with raising a child with severe autism, finding strength and patience that they never knew they had; to the college student with Asperger’s Syndrome; to all those overcoming Autism. You deserve medals, not disrespect. I hope you accept my sincere apology.
With the release of his upcoming album Savage Life 4Ever set to drop September 1, Louisiana rapper Webbie is doing all of the customary state-to-state promotion that most artists would gladly trade in for a recording booth or the stage. Yet the 27-year-old, who has found himself on the airwaves again with his latest single “This Is What I Do,” says he has no complaints.
“I’ve been living, man,” a jovial Webbie told VIBE during a press run on the east coast. “I’m in New York just living up.”
By now Webbie has become a master of shaking hands and kissing babies. A veteran in the game since he joined up with Lil’ Boosie on the well-received 2003 collaboration album Ghetto Stories and enjoyed a crossover hit with the 2007 club anthem “Independent,” the rapper claims fans will hear artistic growth on his fourth installment of his Savage Life series. But more importantly, Webbie—who is signed to Trill Entertainment, an imprint that was founded by late UGK member Pimp C—points to a newfound maturity in his private life following a series of legal scrapes and arrests that included a late 2012 charge of battery and robbery.
“They can expect me—just me,” he says of Savage Life 4Ever. “The album is going to be big. It’s just me…no guest artists…just Webbie. I can make words rhyme forever, but I’m trying to master the other part of staying out of jail and all that.” As for the Savage Life title, the rapper points to his volatile past as an inspiration. “When I was young I had my share of savage life,” he says. “That was a name my uncle came up with…We are going to name this album the Savage Life. It was like I was representing Tupac…thug life…that savage life.”
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Guwop is about to f*** the game (for the second time) and release 3 new projects on the same day, Tuesday August 13th. WW3 will feature three separate projects: Mollyw/ Metro Boomin, Lean w/ Zaytoven & Gas w/ TM88. He’ll also put out a new tape from his artist Peewee Longway to round it off. This dude stay on top shit str8up.Read more