To tide us over until the release of his third studio album, Views From the 6, it’s been rumored since back in November that we’d be treated to a mixtape from (arguably) rap’s biggest star, Drake.
So, on the same day that we got a whole new clothing line and a new song from Kanye West, Drake came through to steal the thunder, dropping a 17-track mixtape titled If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, featuring OVO artist PARTYNEXTDOOR, G.O.O.D Music’s Travi$ Scott, and of course, Lil Wayne.
3. 10 Bands
4. Know Yourself
5. No Tellin’
7. 6 God
9. Preach (feat. PARTYNEXTDOOR)
10. Wednesday Night Interlude (feat. PARTYNEXTDOOR)
11. Used To (feat. Lil Wayne)
13. Now & Forever
14. Company (Feat. Travi$ Scott)
15. You & The 6
17. 6PM In New York
The Seattle Seahawks RB is getting ready for the superbowl as well as celebrating a new strand up Bud named in his honor. Read more on TMZ:
After a successful sell-out last season with Beastmode 1.0, the owner of Queen Anne Cannabis Club in Seattle, “Diggity” Johnson, decided to come back this season withBeastmode 2.0, which has 5% more THC, than last year’s strain!
Marshawn Lynch is getting one of the highest honors one can receive in Seattle — a SECOND strain of weed has been named after the NFL star … and we’re told it’s as strong as Beastmode himself.
We spoke with Nate “Diggity” Johnson — owner of the Queen Anne Cannabis Club in Seattle — who tells us that after the original “Beastmode” strain sold so well last year, growers wanted to up the ante with a more powerful strain in the hopes the Seahawks would get back to the Super Bowl.
The bet paid off … and “Diggity” says the new stuff (called Beastmode 2.0) has 5% more THC than last year’s Beastmode weed — which flew off the shelves.
“It’s a super pain reliever,” Diggity says … “And hits you just like Marshawn — hard and fast.”
Then after you smoke it … FeastMode?Read more
50 Cent Addresses SBOE Affiliate Chain Snatch to cap off what’s been a sizzling and public beef with Slowbucks since 2014 and the noted “0 to 300″ G-Unit diss track.50 Cent Addresses SBOE Affiliate Chain Snatch by taking to his Instagram and making some otherwise harsh pokes, jokes and comments aimed at the ‘Slow Bucks Over Everything’ camp.
Fif shared a photo on Instagram of SBOE affiliate Sid Bounce’s diamond cross chain with the caption, “DAMN BOY!! Ya’ll looking like butt cheeks. Hit something come on, for old times sake. I don’t miss nothing CT. hello!! #FatManWhatYouGoneDo. SBOE KEEP IT COOL NOW. shhh [sic].”
Sources say in 50 Cent Addresses SBOE Affiliate Chain Snatch he also went to interact with his comment section and offered up more commentary:
The New York emcee also interacted with followers in his comments section, telling them that “the chain is in CT now.” Fif’s post was later taken down, and Sid Bounce has yet to comment on the situation…
While this ongoing feud has had 50 clowning for months, some say the stunts are unnecessary. Others counter saying some things ARE necessary, and behind closed doors knows what it is. A little disrespect obviously goes a LONG way, depending on who you’re aiming at. (Yikes!) Check the gallery for 50’s IG posts.Read more
Feds Complete Investigation and Say “Not Enough Evidence” To Charge Darren Wilson in the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and are now moving to officially clear him. Really dont have much comment here other than I knew that outcome was coming. #BlackLivesMatterRead more
Rick Ross, move over -- J. Cole just topped your first week sales record for 2014. Rozay's Mastermind moved 179,000 units in its first week back in March, but now his tally's been handily topped by that of Cole's 2014 Forest Hills Drive. The official numbers just came in, and it looks like Cole sold a whopping 361,120 copies of his new project.Topping early projections by almost 100,000 units, Cole has finally unseated Taylor Swift at the top of the Billboard 200 chart. This is even more impressive when you consider that we didn't even know about the album a month ago, and the fact that there was basically no marketing around 2014 Forest Hills Drive.[via]Read more
On Wednesday night (December 10), J. Cole, whose 2014 Forrest Hills Drive album is now in stores, promoted his latest body of work with a performance on Late Show with David Letterman. But given recent racial injustices and lack of indictments in the respective deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner at the hands of police, the MC found it more appropriate to perform “Be Free” rater than a song from the project.
Released back in August, the track is a passionate display of Cole’s take on how Blacks are clearly undervalued in these “United States.” That said, the Dreamville founder, while garbed in all black, ran through a live rendition of the tune, but spit an unheard closing verse that’s sure to re-ignite the conversations on prejudice in the Hip-Hop community.
2014 Forrest Hills Drive can be found on iTunes. See Cole’s performance below.
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Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal, studio exec Clint Culpepper and Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton had an email exchange pertaining to funny man Kevin Hart, whose steadily climbing the success ladder thanks to his string of Sony Pictures films.
Somewhere in the dialogue, it was brought to everyone’s attention that Hart was expecting an insanely amount of money for using his “social media savvy.” The asking price? Let’s just say it stepped outside the figure of $3 million.
Thanks to the Internets, a snippet of that conversation made its way to our desktop.Read more
Word around the street is that Diddy slapped Drake at Club LIV in Miami last night (Dec 7), when the two were attending DJ Khaled's birthday party. According to a few reports circulating the internet this morning, things got physical between the two rappers.
There were a few notable people on twitter claiming to have seen or at least confirm that Diddy slapped Drake , such as DJ Sam Sneak and Charlamange Tha God. MTV is also reporting on the incident.
The details as to why the two would be fighting are unclear, but Sam Sneak says on twitter
XXL Reports: DJ Paul recently visited New York City to celebrate the release of Good Wood NYC’s LordInfamous Smoke Kit. Designed and curated by Paul and Good Wood, the smoke box pays tribute to LordInfamous and his contributions to the hip-hop community.
Lord Infamous, who passed away last year in his sleep of a heart attack in Memphis, started his career in the early 1990s and helped form the legendary group Three 6 Mafia. This past Halloween, the currently-named Da Mafia 6ix (which no longer includes co-founder Juicy J) released a project titled Hear Sum Evil mixtape that featured unreleased verses from Lord Infamous.Read more
AHH Reports: This is going to get messier by the day.
Jas Prince filed suit against Cash Money Records for breach of contract, saying the company allegedly owes him $4 million in profits for rapper Drake.
Now Lil Wayne’s manager, who is also an exec Prince’s company Cortez Bryant lawyer says that his client only signed off on the documents because he was afraid for his life.Read more
Rare.us Reports: Comedian Chris Rock gave an interview with The Vulture recently where he weighed in on a number of topics, including President Obama and the latest with Ferguson, Missouri.
Notably, he talked bout racial progress in America. Continue reading hereRead more
The grand jury decision not to bring charges in the chokehold death of Eric Garner, announced Wednesday, was followed with public demonstrations in cities across the nation -- and the Internet.
Thousands of tweeters are up in arms against racial profiling and police brutality in America, issues that have been hard to ignore amid recent protests over the police killings of Michael Brown, Ezell Ford, Akai Gurley and others. #BlackLivesMatter and #HandsUpDontShoot have played a large role in addressing these issues on social media, but there's a new hashtag in town: #CrimingWhileWhite. Continue reading here:Read more
Here is the latest installment in our Trapology series hosted by the South's Don Chill Will!! We went in on this tape to say the least with exclusives from Chill Will, Seven Montana, Sy Ari Da Kid, Amigo Money, Yo Gotti and some of the dopest artist out!
I kinda figured B.Jay aka Bloody Jay was going to say something considering he rides that A1FBG flag high right now with Rocko. This kind of puts things into perspective for me right now regarding Gucci's tweets. So I guess we can put all the conspiracy theories to bed now because the real ATL is not treating it as such. B.Jay comes with somewhat of a laid back diss record right here too which is kinda of surprising from me already being a Jay fan. This record aint all that crazy too me but the fact that he even spent time on it lets me know Gucci in some shit right now. S/o to Bloody Jay and XclusivesZone.net for the premiere.
Written by admin | 01 Sep 2013 03:04 AM
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
Written by admin | 28 Aug 2013 03:14 PM
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.
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DJ B-Ski and DJ BigMane Presents Roads To Riches 15 Hosted By Blood Raw.
Written by admin | 13 Aug 2013 03:10 PM
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
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