As if instituting a tanning regiment that produced a skin color easier found in a box of Crayola crayons than nature wasn't enough, Tanning Mom Patricia Krentcil, has found a way to trump her ridiculousness. In a pathetic attempt to add 30 seconds to her 15 minutes of fame, Krentcil has released a rap single entitled “It’s Tan Mom!”
Written and co-produced by singer Adam Bartais, “It’s Tan Mom!” begins with what has become a signature of terrible music, an idiotic proclamation of the track's feature followed by profanity. Sadly, It's Tan mom, bitch! proves to be the highlight of the song, as it’s downhill from there for both the listener’s ability to survive the length of the track and seemingly Krentcil’s sobriety. Slurred, off-beat lyrics couple with amateur dance craze rhythms to create arguably the worst song to ever hit the airwaves.
50 Cent fans eager for some new tuneage from the rapper-turned-businessman are in luck today. The Queens-bred MC dropped his menacing new track "Stop Crying" off his upcoming The Big 10 mixtape, which celebrates the 10-year-anniversary of 50's appropriately named 2002 mix 50 Cent is the Future.
Complemented by some artwork of a demon-ized Curtis Jackson, "Stop Crying" is a declaration of the rapper's endurance and toughness. A noticeably more gruff-sounding Fiddy spits lines like "You know attempted murder was the case that they gave me/ 9 bullet wounds know, now I’m half crazy." And while hearing 50 urge you to "stop your bloodclot crying" might make you chuckle, you likely won't want to laugh in his face by the time the song is over.
When: August 22nd, 2011
Where: House of Blues
3950 Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Rock The Bells is an annual hip hop festival that orginally took place in Southern California only, but has since toured throughout the world. The concert features a lineup of high-profile alternative hip hop acts, often headlined by a more mainstream artist. The first festival was held in 2004, featuring a re-united Wu-Tang Clan, who performed 4 months before Ol' Dirty Bastard's death.
Entire tour schedule and tickets here!
Lil Wayne, arguably the hottest rapper out there, has revealed the release date for his upcoming studio album The Carter IV as May 16th.
The Carter IV is Wayne's ninth studio album. Wayne started from scratch after he was released from jail on good behavior in November 2010 after serving eight months of his served year sentence.
Raekwon is part of the Wu-Tang clan, and Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang is testimate to this; most of the producers of the album are known Wu-Tang colaborators: Bronze Nazareth and Scram Jones. Producers like Kanye West and The Alchemist have also worked on this album.
Raekwon is releasing his anticapted album Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang March 8, 2011. His first round of promotion for Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang Raekwon released the first single from the album "Butter Knives" December 21, 2010. Raekwon's second wave of promotion is his release of the music video for Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang title track February 11, 2011.
You can view the video below. It features a mix of cartoon and and live action movements while Raekwon raps.
Beware kitties the filthiest rapper will perform a show in Hollywood on November 3. He belongs to the hardcore family. His lyrics are all about drugs, porn, violence in every way, gore... everything that makes him a perfect boy next door.
Somes of us probably remember his music videos where you can see the social elite such as junkies (doing drugs in front of the camera), whores and so on.
So if you like playing dirty this show is for you. If not you you are on a wrong webpage. You know what is funny about it ? It's an all ages show.
Talib Kweli puts his magic boots on and jump from NY to SF to make you dance and twist with Dj Mr.E.
What a delightful idea to mix horror and hip-hop after mid-term exam week. It's cheap, it's cool, and it is of most of all a great Mc show. Hip-hop hurray !
So it will be at Mezzanine, doors will be open at 9.00 PM. This should be a fine halloween weekend.
Get you tickets here !
Genre: Hip Hop/Rap
“Success or bust.” -Wale
Although hip hop has been declared “dead” by so many artists and fans, there seems to be a revival of sort with a new generation of rappers that have been bringing a breath of fresh air to the game. Among them is underground rapper Wale. Hailing from Washington, D.C., Olubowale Victor Akintimehin, a.k.a. Wale (pronounced Wah-lay) has been around for a few years and is definitely trying to bring his work mainstream. After releasing a series of mixtapes and guest appearing on several well known artists’ projects such as The Roots, M.I.A, Lily Allen and even Lady Gaga, Wale is ready to show the world what he’s made of.