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Kendrick Lamar - The Most Important Voice in Hip Hop (2020 Documentary) Kendrick is already considered one of the greatest rappers of all time and he’s arguably the most well-rounded rapper in the game. His songwriting ability, reflective yet poignant style and mainstream appeal make him the most important voice in hip hop today.

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50 Cent Vs. Rick Ross - Who Really Won (2017 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) In early April, Rick Ross, the Miami-born rapper known for highlighting his coke-dealing past, found himself in Medellin, Colombia—a city known for its coke-dealing. Sporting a white linen suit, his staple dark shades and an iced-out bracelet, Ross was filming the video for the single “All I Really Want.” At one point, a sun-kissed woman wearing a gold bra-and-panty set caressed the shoulders of the 300-pound self-proclaimed boss as he sat on the edge of his bed, overlooking the city.Last weekend, when he shot a video for the promo single “Cold Blood,” Ross traded the sunshine of Medellin for the darker tones of a funeral parlor. Clad in a black suit, black leather gloves and another pair of shades, he sat in a back pew and watched a makeshift ceremony. It was a memorial for the death of Curtis Jackson, aka 50 Cent.Since the beginning of this year, Ross and 50 Cent have taken verbal and visual jabs at each other. While this beef hasn’t—and hopefully won’t—escalate to physical confrontations, the release of Ross’s first promo single “Mafia Music” led to an onslaught of Web-released diss tracks, cartoon spoofs, comedy skits, music videos, photos, Web sites and more from both sides.The real winner may be Universal Music Group, which owns Island Def Jam and Interscope, the labels the rappers are signed to. Since the dispute started in January, the sales of Ross’ two previous albums have increased by 62%, while sales of 50 Cent’s three catalog titles grew by 74%, according to Nielsen SoundScan. And the more that bloggers wrote about the battle, according to the online chatter tracker Nielsen BuzzMetrics, the more the two artists reaped the benefits. “Deeper Than Rap” looks as though it will debut atop the Billboard 200 next week with sales of about 150,000 copies.“For Ross, the beef actually elevated him to a national platform, but his music is incredible enough to back it up,” says Chris Atlas, senior VP of marketing for IDJ, Ross’ label. “If it was just purely beef and we had wack music, there’s nothing to sell. But the beef got him even more national attention, and when those who hadn’t checked for him went out and heard his previous music, Ross was able to back it up. And now, controversy aside, the music is speaking for him. There is a lot of anticipation for this album.”To hear Ross talk, it sounds as though the video for “Cold Blood” just metaphorically buried 50 himself—not their feud. “Money doesn’t make me—I make the money,” he says. “That applies to my opposition. If you rely on your money, you’re engaging in something that won’t work. If you aren’t making music that people want to hear or are in the streets with the people, you’re going to run out of things to do. Cartoons can only take you so far.”
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Eminem Vs. Benzino - Who Really Won (2017 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) Aside from dissing The Source in his interviews, he also refused to talk to Benzino to help promote his new film, 8 Mile. He was performing in Puerto Rico when Benzino showed up backstage for an interview, but Eminem gave him a hard pass. Benzino later shared the story in an interview, then proceeded to diss him in a freestyle.Later in 2002, Benzino released "Pull Your Skirt Up" and took shots at Eminem with lyrics like: "The 2003 Vanilla Ice how you playin it/ If you ask me, you really ain't that nice you overrated." He also referenced Eminem's response to his album rating, saying: "You was unsigned hype before you ever met Dre/ I birthed your little career, now you owe your life to Ray."When the rapper was asked about his motivation behind the song, he said: "I had a problem with 'the machine,' with the double standard in hip-hop. Certain media outlets take to him and look at him as the savior in hip-hop and the No. 1 in hip-hop and [do] not recognize the guys out here that created hip hop."Benzino also shared: "Eminem is just the hood ornament for the machine. You think I could grab my crotch and put my a-- in people's faces the way he does? No way. But as long as the color of his skin and his eyes fits what America wants, it's all right."
Benzino also released "I Don't Wanna," which had lyrics that were even more intense: "I don’t care how much records you sold/ You can’t walk through the hood without the Men in Black/ You disrespect your moms’ b---h, you deserve a smack." Yikes...The rapper came out with "Invasion," "The Sauce," and the well-known "Nail in the Coffin." Judging by the lyrics, the rapper pulled no punches. He poked fun at things like Benzino's rapping skills, his age, his gangster act, and his weird business practices.In an interview with Hot97, he said: “I’ve never met this man, this girl. She is obsessed with me. I never would think I would see the day when I seen the worst rapper in the world going against one of the best.”
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Gucci Mane Vs. Young Jeezy - Who Really Won (2017 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) Atlanta's a big town, but for two of the biggest names in Southern rap, things tend to get a little too close for comfort.Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane have seen their careers ascend almost simultaneously—they each released their first albums in the same year, and haven't stopped grinding since. Too often, however, their separate ambitions to be the voice of their city's streets have collided, leading to humiliating diss tracks, brawls, shootouts, attempted murders, and even one violent death.We thought this beef had gone cold, but the two got into a war of words in the media last week, culminating in a new diss track from Gucci, "Truth."To make some sense out of why all of this is happening, we put together A History of Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane's Beef. Read on to see the messy, but occasionally peaceful, relationship that's existed between two of ATL's finest for the past seven years.
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LL Cool J Vs. Canibus - Who Really Won (2017 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) Who remembers one of the greatest hip hop battles between LL Cool J and Canibus? Every hip hop fan should remember this because we got some pretty epic bars from both MC’s. The streets are currently talking about Drake and Pusha T which was a decent battle but it pales in comparison to the LL vs. Canibus. Both Drake and Pusha T I have a lot of respect for and I appreciate their talents but, none of them went super aggressive. Pusha T had a lot of personal jabs which Drake was not able to really counter but I didn’t get the same feel of energy as the LL vs. Canibus.I get it that Pusha T and Drake’s styles are a bit more laid back and that is totally fine, it is just a difference of style. Just like how Canibus is super lyrical, his delivery was not as energetic as LL’s. Both artists are really great, LL a bit more accomplished because he entered the music business much earlier on, but it is a toss up according to some people on who actually won the battle.The issue started when LL was releasing his hit track 4,3,2,1 which featured Canibus, Redman, Method Man, Master P and the dog DMX. Canibus had a rhyme on there talking about taking the mic off of LL’s arm and LL took it as a diss. Canibus did not mean it as a diss but this is how it all started. LL made Canibus change his rhyme on his own track and then turned around and dissed Canibus on his own track that featured Canibus.Canibus responded with 2nd Round Knockout that featured the heavyweight legend Mike Tyson in the music video. This was a great track but then LL Cool J responded with Ripper Strikes Back. I hate to take sides but I just loved the energy that LL had on his response track and I personally like Ripper Strikes Back a little bit more. Many will argue that Canibus won it though. What are your thoughts? Check out both tracks below and the one that started it all. Drake and Pusha T can’t do a response track like LL, that is why they call him the G.O.A.T.
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Pusha T Vs Drake- Who REALLY Won- (Part 2 of 2) (2020 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) While Drake has yet to respond (again) in the ongoing beef with Pusha T, many have been clowning Drizzy (as if they could not wait for a reason to) throughout social media. While the memes have been comical and entertaining, the real question that lies is, who really won this beef so far? Is there even a winner? Many have voiced their opinion that Pusha utterly bodied the 6 God and that there really is nothing that Drake can say or do at this point.We all know the beef started with Pusha’s Daytona album, specifically on the cut “Infrared,” where Pusha made a claim that we have all heard before — Drake doesn’t write his own rhymes. With that, the pot began to stir. Drake quickly fired back with his “Duppy Freestyle,” a freestyle which truly delivered in every sense. With a quick sigh, Drake aimed the gun straight at Push’s head and fired without a second thought. He subtly checked Kanye and reminded him who helped him on songs on his seventh studio album, The Life of Pablo and then re-loaded and aimed at Pusha again. Drake came straight for Pusha’s career and authenticity, insinuating that not only is he not even in the top 5 rank of his music label, but that he is not even a real drug pusher (as widely believed), and his skill as an artist is not even remotely near that of his own. The flow was flawless, the delivery was sharp and humorous, and it seemed as if Drizzy didn’t even break a sweat making the freestyle. Not to mention, Drake ended it in the best way possible, when he sent an invoice to the G.O.O.D. Music camp for “promotional assistance and career-reviving.” It was clear Drake won round 1 with ease.Now, it quickly got messy after Pusha did some investigating and clap backed in such a way it could be felt worldwide. Before even releasing the diss, Pusha unveiled the cover art for “The Story of Adidon.” That alone opened such a can of worms on social media that people’s focused shifted, with a young Drake smiling in minstrel show blackface make up. It got even worse with the diss. Over Hov’s “The Story of O.J.” track, Pusha utterly violated Drake, making claims that the rapper had a son with a porn star and has basically been hiding the baby. He continued the disrespect with shots to the Canadian rapper’s father, his identity within the African American community, and his responsibilities as a man and father to the unknown baby. Pusha took it even further with sick lines to Drake’s friend and producer Noah James Shebib (aka 40) who suffers from multiple sclerosis. DAMN!Overall, the truth is: from the music that we have heard, it’s a tie. Drake had a great diss, and Pusha had an absolutely disrespectful diss. Both dished out some serious damage and really laid it on the table, but Drake did not completely just lose. Drake’s diss hit Pusha’s pride more. From what previous album releases have shown, Drizzy isn’t lying with what he said in “Duppy’s Freestyle”. Let’s not forget, Drake questioning the credibility in Pusha’s drug game. He basically said the man has been heavily exaggerating this drug life that he romanticizes. Because of this, Pusha really needed something to get back at him; therefore he lurked into the trenches and found some spicy information that would garner the desired controversy and notice. Regardless, both came prepared and ready for battle and both make good music.

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King Von - Welcome to my Neighborhood_O Block (2020 Documentary) King Von was born in Chicago, IL. He spent most of his life in Parkway Gardens, aka "O'Block" located at the corner of 64th and Martin Luther King Drive in the South Side of Chicago. He grew up as childhood friends with rapper Lil Durk, as well as fellow Parkway Gardens resident Chief Keef. He is known for his nickname "Grandson" which refers to David Barksdale, the founder of the Black Disciples who King Von is allegedly a member of. He got the name in jail when many people who knew David said that he reminded them of the gang leader in how he handles himself in the streets as well as his general demeanor.[citation needed] King Von currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.At age 16, Von went to jail for the first time. This would only be the start of a long course of legal troubles for the rapper. In 2014, he was accused of a shooting that killed one and wounded another. After proving his innocence and beating the case, King Von took to rapping, collaborating with Lil Durk with singles, who eventually signed him into his OTF (Only The Family) Entertainment label & EMPIRE.

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T.I. Vs. Lil Flip - Who Really Won (2017 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) Back in 2003 when Tip started to call himself the "King of The South," Lil' Flip rejected that claim. In 2004, T.I. was in jail for violating the terms of his probation that stemmed from a 1998 conviction for violating a state controlled substances act and for giving false information. A beef began to brew over the next couple of months as the two Southern rappers traded shots at one another on their respective songs and mixtapes.The beef came to a boil when Tip went on Houston radio station 97.9 and dissed Flip over the air, plus stated that he's coming to Flip's Cloverland neighborhood to shoot a video exposing Flip as a fraud. T.I.'s crew and Lil' Flip's crew confronted each other at a detail shop near Cloverburger and a fight ensued. T.I. would later go on the radio and say that he recorded the whole incident and will release it with his next mixtape.Last year, Lil' Flip spoke about ending his beef with Tip during an interview with Vlad TV, saying the feud ended when himself, T.I. and J. Prince sat down for a face-to-face conversation."What we said was at an undisclosed location and cooler heads prevailed. You know, at the end of the day, it was some petty shit. That's what grown men do, sit down and figure this shit out," said Flip.
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Pusha T Vs. Lil Wayne - Who Really Won (Part 1 of 2) (2020 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) How did the Lil Wayne vs. Pusha-T beef start? A brief history.
Before becoming a solo artist, Pusha-T was part of the group Clipse, along with his brother, No Malice. In 2002, Lil Wayne and Baby featured on the remix of Clipse’s track, “Grindin'.” Pusha and No Malice also featured on a Birdman song, “What Happened to That Boy,” which was produced by long-time Clipse collaborators The Neptunes (comprised of Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams). This is when the problems between Wayne and Pusha began, according to Ebro Darden’s recount on Hot 97's Ebro in the Morning back in 2018.On the show, Darden explained that The Neptunes were never paid for their work with Birdman, which resulted in Pharrell refusing to work with Birdman’s label, Cash Money Records (CMR), ever again. So when Wayne (also on CMR) later approached Pharrell asking for Billionaire Boys Club gear, he was turned down.Still, Wayne wore Billionaire Boys Club for his “Hustler Muzik” video and rocked BAPE (which Pharrell had been wearing for years) on a VIBE cover in 2006 — stylistic moves that didn't go unnoticed. When Pusha-T and Malice dropped “Mr. Me Too" feat. Pharrell, it called out those jacking Clipse and Pharrell’s style, which was seen as a subtle diss aimed at Wayne. In a 2006 Complex interview, Wayne then claimed to be the one who made wearing BAPE hot — not Pharrell.
In the following years, Wayne and Pusha continued to trade subtle jabs, but it was Pusha-T’s 2012 Drake diss “Exodus 23:1” that put any doubts to rest. On the song, Pusha clearly went after Wayne and Cash Money Records, “You signed to one nigga that signed to another nigga / That’s signed to three niggas, now that’s bad luck.”After that, Wayne responded with a tweet saying “Fuck Pusha-T and everybody that love em.” He also released a Pusha-T diss record of his own, “Ghoulish,” which quoted the tweet and doubled down on its message. “His head up his ass, Imma have to head-butt him.”Fast forward eight years and the feud between the rappers is all but forgotten — at least it is to Wayne, anyway.

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What Happend To Chief Keef (2020 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) In which of the following scenarios is Chief Keef a bigger legend? One where he’s a pioneer of a Chicago drill scene full of artists who survived, stayed free, and coexisted enough to become a multi-platinum music scene, ala Atlanta trap? Or the current reality, where many drill artists have died or went to prison, and his presence isn’t just a testament to his musical ability but to his resolve? It’s a debatable topic, but either way you look at it, Chief Keef is an icon.There are fans who view him as a cautionary tale of immaturity and unfulfilled potential. But the question then would be fulfillment for who? Chief Keef turns 25 today, and he’s done about everything he wanted to do, no matter who didn’t want him to do it. He’s a legend, not just because he helped introduce drill music to the world and became a pillar of a city that rewrote the cultural lexicon, but because he beat the music industry at their own game. Chief Keef, born Keith Farrelle Cozart, was a 16-year-old on house arrest when he first reached national notoriety. A chance encounter with the Chicago Police Department turned into four felonies after the cops alleged that he aimed a gun at them and ran away. Considering the plight of Black people at the hands of cops, it’s a minor miracle that he left that situation alive. He received 30 days of house arrest and 30 days of home confinement for the charges, which included unlawful use of a gun.In a peculiar twist of fate, a viral video of a fan celebrating his release from house arrest roused people to look him up online. Curious scavengers found Bang and the video for the title track, which soon amassed millions of views. Bang was undoubtedly inspired by Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka’s output, but instead of replicating Gucci’s dexterous twang or Flocka’s brute force, Keef commandeered the menacing production with a steely, at times melodic delivery. Chicago had long been known for Kanye West and Common on one spectrum, and Do or Die and Twista on the other, but something new was happening. Keef was a burgeoning master of drill music, a churning cousin of trap born from Chicago’s gang epidemic.
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What Happend To Lupe Fiasco (2020 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) Wasalu Muhammad Jaco (born February 16, 1982), better known by his stage name Lupe Fiasco (/ˈluːpeɪ/ LOO-pay), is an American rapper, record producer, entrepreneur, and activist. He rose to fame in 2006 following the success of his debut album, Lupe Fiasco's Food & Liquor. He also performs as the frontman of rock band Japanese Cartoon under his real name. As an entrepreneur, Fiasco is the chief executive officer of 1st and 15th Entertainment.Raised in Chicago, Jaco developed an interest in hip hop after initially disliking the genre for its use of vulgarity and misogyny. After adopting the name Lupe Fiasco and recording songs in his father's basement, 19-year-old Fiasco joined a group called Da Pak. The group disbanded shortly after its inception, and Fiasco soon met rapper Jay-Z who helped him sign a record deal with Atlantic Records. In September 2006, Fiasco released his debut album Lupe Fiasco's Food & Liquor on the label, which received three Grammy nominations. He released his second album, Lupe Fiasco's The Cool, in December 2007. The lead single "Superstar" became his first top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100. After a two-year delay, Lasers was released in March 2011 to mixed reviews; however, it became his first album to debut at number one on the Billboard 200. His latest album, Drogas Wave, was released in September 2018.In addition to music, Fiasco has pursued other business ventures, including fashion. He runs two clothing lines, Righteous Kung-Fu and Trilly & Truly; he has designed sneakers for Reebok. He has been involved with charitable activities, including the Summit on the Summit expedition, and in 2010 he recorded a benefit single for victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake. Fiasco is also noted for his anti-establishment views, which he has expressed in both interviews and his music.
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What Happend To Hurricane Chris (2020 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) Hurricane Chris, known for the song “A Bay Bay,” has been arrested on a murder charge in Louisiana.The rapper, whose real name is Christopher Dooley Jr., was arrested early Friday (June 19) on one count each of second-degree murder and illegal possession of stolen things, Shreveport Police said in a news release. Dooley, 31, of Shreveport, was being held without bond at the city jail. Online jail records did not indicate if he had an attorney who could speak on his behalf.Police responded shortly after 1 a.m. Friday to a reported shooting at a gas station in Shreveport, news outlets reported. Officers found one person suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at a hospital.Dooley, who had gone into the gas station’s store, initially told police that he had shot a man who he thought was trying to steal his vehicle. But video footage appears to show otherwise, police said in a news release. The car Dooley was in had also been reported stolen from Texas, the release said.The Shreveport native, who is the godson of former Democratic state Rep. Barbara Norton, is best known for his 2007 album 51/50 Ratchet, which includes his hit single, “A Bay Bay.” That track’s music video has nearly 30 million views on YouTube.
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What Happend To Mike Jones (2020 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) During 2010 and 2011, Jones went on a hiatus. On August 20, 2012, he announced his return, explaining the reason for his hiatus was due to financial disputes with his former label, Asylum Records and that money had been taken from him.He announced he was finished with his next album, Where Is Mike Jones? and that he was working on its follow-up, titled WHO!Print, with further plans to release a mixtape called Ballin Underground 2.On October 31, 2013 Jones would release a mixtape titled Back Ballin' Underground.On August 28, 2014 during an interview Jones would talk about his upcoming album Where is Mike Jones?, his upcoming mixtape Money Train and would announce he had signed a new distribution deal with Atlantic Records stating "It's just a group of people who are all about making money and having money. Once people really understand what the Money Train is, then they'll be onboard with it."On December 28, 2014 Jones released a new single titled "3 Grams" featuring appearances from Slim Thug and Yung Duece.On January 1, 2015, Jones released a mixtape titled Money Train.On February 5, 2015, Jones announced via his Instagram he was working on another mixtape entitled Money Train: Reloaded which will be a sequel to his mixtape Money Train.
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Eminem Vs. Jay-Z - Who's Bigger (2019 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) Yes, Eminem took a break in 2000 to make a movie, and then struggled with his drug addiction between 2005–2008, so consistency and output are valid concerns, but it is undeniable that Eminem has a much bigger fan base, and has outsold Jay-Z significantly over the years. He is a much bigger rapper.
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50 Cent Vs. Drake - Who Was Bigger (2018 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) 50 May win though based on the bigger persona- getting movies and games made of him and generally being in the news more. But Drake has definitely eclipsed 50 overall since 50's peak only lasted about 3 years while Drake's going on at least 5 of being the biggest rapper out.
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Soulja Slim - Original Soulja Slim (2020 Documentary) (Narrated By Video Wayne) James Adarryl Tapp Jr. (September 9, 1977 – November 26, 2003), better known by his stage name Soulja Slim, was an American rapper and songwriter. He was known for writing the U.S. number one hit "Slow Motion".Tapp died on November 26, 2003, after an assailant shot him four times, three in the face and once in the chest, on the front lawn of the home of his mother and stepfather, Phillip "Tuba Phil" Frazier of Rebirth Brass Band, in the Gentilly neighborhood. Tapp was buried with his Cut Throat Comitty charm and jewelry, and the outfit he wore on the cover of Give It 2 'Em Raw.On December 31, 2003, police arrested 22-year-old Garelle Smith in connection with Tapp's murder. Police discovered a stolen police pistol in Smith's possession with a scratched-off serial number. A ballistics test matched bullets from that gun to the ones that killed Tapp, but no witnesses would testify against him. By 2008, Smith had been arrested for three more murders, and, in each case, charges were dropped and he was released due to lack of witnesses and the New Orleans 60-day law. Smith's murders, including that of Tapp, became cold cases. Smith himself was found shot to death on August 13, 2011.

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What Happend To T-Pain (2020 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) Rappers are supposed to be immune to hate. Even Drake, who is famously unafraid to appear sensitive and vulnerable in his songs, never wavers on this: haters are losers who do not deserve his attention. “Got one reply for all of your comments: fuck what you think,” as he put it on last year’s “Tuscan Leather.”T-Pain was never very good at being a rapper. He tried to be, when he was just starting out. But, as he told me in a recent interview, he ultimately decided to break into hip-hop as a singer instead. The move worked: T-Pain’s first album, the aptly named “Rappa Ternt Sanga,” released in 2005, made the chubby twenty-year-old from Tallahassee a star. Before long, he was generating one hit single after another, both on his own and as a featured guest alongside heavyweights like Kanye West, R. Kelly, and E-40. Even at the height of his celebrity, he never acted tough or particularly cool; his trademark accessories were a giant top hat and Oakley sunglasses that made him look like a snowboarder. Lately, T-Pain has been doing something even more unorthodox in hip-hop: telling sad stories, in public, about what it felt like when everyone, including some of his fellow-artists, started treating him like a joke.The songs that made T-Pain a household name in the mid-aughts were mostly about having fun at night clubs and hanging out with pretty girls, but the most important thing they shared was a signature studio effect called Auto-Tune. Traditionally seen as nothing more than a pitch-correcting technology used in secret to patch up flawed vocal takes, Auto-Tune became something else in T-Pain’s hands, turning the human voice into a new and bewitching instrument, and giving his in particular a vaguely alien and a computerized quality that sounded at once triumphant and melancholy.Though most pop-music fans still remember T-Pain’s big hits, most notably the slinky and infectious “Buy U a Drank,” by his fourth album, “Revolver,” in 2011, he had come to be seen as an uncool novelty act—a goofy-looking dork who rode to fame with a production gimmick that not only sounded corny but concealed his true lack of singing ability. In 2009, Jay Z released a hit single called “D.O.A. (Death of Auto-Tune),” intended to draw a line between so-called “real” hip-hop and poppy soft stuff; it inspired fans to chant “Fuck T-Pain!” during live performances. That same year, Christina Aguilera, of all people, was photographed wearing a T-shirt that said “auto tune is for pussies.” The comedy rap group The Lonely Island featured T-Pain on their song “I’m on a Boat,” performing more or less as a parody of himself. The song was nominated for a Grammy; when asked about the honor on the red carpet, T-Pain admitted it was kind of weird that his music didn’t get nominated, but a “mockery of the art” did.The apparent collapse of his career sent T-Pain, now twenty-eight years old, into a depression that left him unmotivated to make any more music. Only recently has he emerged from this dark period: he has started work on a comeback album, landed the tense and pretty single “Up Down (Do This All Day)” on the charts, and today embarks on a tour called “I Am T-Pain.” To promote all that activity, T-Pain has also been giving interviews, in which he has candidly discussed the experience of turning from one of pop’s hit-makers into a walking punch line.What started the backlash, as T-Pain sees it, wasn’t the Jay Z diss but, rather, so many relentlessly lame performers (Ke$ha, the Black Eyed Peas) being moved to give Auto-Tune a whirl after “Rappa Ternt Sanga” came out. Soon, everyone was using Auto-Tune; listeners simply got sick of it, and he became a martyr for having influenced the trend.There’s an argument to be made that T-Pain should have just stopped using Auto-Tune and figured out some other way to stand out—that, sometimes, it’s worth listening to the haters.
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The Truth About Irish Hip Hop (2018 Documentary) The Truth About Irish Hip Hop' is a new documentary directed by Gavin FitzGerald. ... Director Gavin Fitzgerald, who was heavily involved in the Conor McGregor biopic 'Notorious', here combines his love for all things Irish and combines it with his flair for moving realist productions.

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What Happend To Lloyd Banks (2019 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) Lloyd Banks, on the other hand, has been battling depression. It all started way back in 2006 when his father passed away, and his mother's health condition slowly deteriorated. He nearly quit hip-hop and threw in the towel, and 50 Cent wasn't so helping at all. "Seeing my life pass before my eyes," Lloyd told XXL Mag. "It was like, no matter how much sh*t you have or how good you're doing, you're going to go through this and be devastated."
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What Happend To Yung Joc (2019 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) Jasiel Robinson (born April 2, 1983),better known by his stage name Yung Joc, is an American rapper. He is best known for his 2006 hit single "It's Goin' Down".In December 2011, Joc's recording studio for his label Swagg Team was robbed, and the criminals took about $70,000 worth of studio equipment along with a hard drive containing Joc's unreleased music for his third studio album. It later was announced that one of the robbers identity was revealed by Joc. Joc knew one of the robbers named "Honcho" of Thomaston, Georgia.As of 2015, Joc had eight children by four women, including Sina: Amoni, Ja’Kori, Amir, Chase, twins Cadence and Camora, and twins Eden and Allon.In January 2020, Yung Joc was filmed driving for a rideshare company called Pull Up N Go, leading to speculation that he had fallen on hard times financially. He later spoke out against these claims, stating that he was doing this in order to show children the value of hard work as part of his volunteering with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta.On May 18, 2009, it was announced that Joc was suing his starter labels Block Entertainment & Bad Boy Entertainment due to unpaid royalties of his music. Eventually, however, Diddy & Joc settled their differences. Little is known as to whether Joc settled his differences with Block entertainment.In 2012, Joc (along with Block Entertainment & Bad Boy Entertainment) was sued by local Atlanta record label Master Mind Music, for breach of contract and copyright infringement.
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What Happend To Nelly (2018 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) Cornell Iral Haynes Jr. (born November 2, 1974),better known by his stage name Nelly, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, investor, and occasional actor from St. Louis, Missouri. Nelly embarked on his music career with Midwest hip hop group St. Lunatics in 1993 and signed to Universal Records in 1999. Under Universal, Nelly began his solo career in the year 2000, with his debut album Country Grammar, of which the featured title-track and the single "Ride wit Me" were top ten hits. The album debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 and went on to peak at number one. Country Grammar is Nelly's best-selling album to date, selling over 8.4 million copies in the United States.His following album, Nellyville, produced the number-one hits "Hot in Herre" and "Dilemma" (featuring Kelly Rowland). Other singles included "Work It" (featuring Justin Timberlake), "Air Force Ones" (featuring Murphy Lee and St. Lunatics), "Pimp Juice" and "#1".With the same-day dual release of Sweat, Suit (2004) and the compilation Sweatsuit (2006), Nelly continued to generate many chart-topping hits. Sweat debuted at number two on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 342,000 copies in its first week. In the same week of release, Suit debuted at number one, selling around 396,000 copies in its first week on the same chart. Nelly's fifth studio album, Brass Knuckles, was released on September 16, 2008, after several delays. It produced the singles "Party People" (featuring Fergie), "Stepped on My J'z" (featuring Jermaine Dupri and Ciara) and "Body on Me" (featuring Akon and Ashanti). In 2010, Nelly released the album 5.0. The lead single, "Just a Dream", was certified triple platinum in the United States. It included the singles "Move That Body" (featuring T-Pain and Akon) and "Gone" (a sequel to the 2002 single "Dilemma" in collaboration with Kelly Rowland).Nelly won Grammy Awards in 2003 and 2004 and had a supporting role in the 2005 remake film The Longest Yard with Adam Sandler and Chris Rock. He has two clothing lines, Vokal and Apple Bottoms. He has been referred to by Peter Shapiro as "one of the biggest stars of the new millennium",and the RIAA ranks Nelly as the fourth best-selling rap artist in American music history,with 21 million albums sold in the United States. On December 11, 2009, Billboard ranked Nelly the number three Top Artist of the Decade (2000s)
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What Happend To J-Kwon (2018 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) Jerrell C.Jones (born March 28, 1986),better known by his stage name J-Kwon, is an American rapper from St. Louis best known for his 2004 rap single "Tipsy," which rose to number 2 in 2004. At age 12, Jones was expelled from his home for allegedly dealing illegal drugs.He slept at friends' homes and in cars and, after winning one rap battle, suffered a broken jaw.J-Kwon first rose to stardom with the first single "Tipsy" from his 2004 album Hood Hop, which peaked at number 2 on the Billboard 200 on April 17, 2004, after 14 weeks on the chart.The song peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and performed well internationally, peaking within the top ten of the charts in Australia and the United Kingdom. Other singles included "You & Me" with Sadiyyah and "Hood Hop."For the 2005 film XXX: State of the Union, J-Kwon performed the single "Get XXX'd" with Petey Pablo and Ebony Eyez. J-Kwon began working on the follow-up to Hood Hop, Louisville Slugger, that year also.[7] He collaborated with comedian Andy Milonakis in "Like Dis", to promote The Andy Milonakis Show, and appeared on Bow Wow's single "Fresh Azimiz". In 2008, he released a single "Boo Boo" through his own label Hood Hop Music with album Hood Hop 2 following the next year exclusively for digital download.Follow-up Hood Hop 2.5 was released on CD on July 28, 2009. Its first official single was "Louie Bounce (I Smacked Nikki)".In March 2010, J-Kwon's record label, Gracie Entertainment, said that he had been missing since early February 2010.Later the same month, MTV News reported that he had been in touch with the record label, confirming he was alive and well.J-Kwon released his fourth studio album on March 23, 2010, entitled J-Kwon.In June 2013, he made a diss track titled "Pushing the Odds" produced by H Snow Beatz towards Odd Future and Pusha T after previous disses from both.
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What Happend To Chingy (2017 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) Howard Bailey Jr. (born March 9, 1980),better known by his stage name Chingy, is an American hip hop recording artist, record producer and actor. Chingy grew up in St. Louis, Missouri and began rapping in his late teens. He toured as an opening act with Nelly in the summer of 2002 and then became a protégé of Ludacris, who signed him to his newly formed Disturbing Tha Peace (DTP) record label. The rapper's 2003 summer debut single, "Right Thurr", put him on the musical map as a good-time rapper who specialized in catchy, club-friendly beats and simplistic lyrics delivered in a sing-song, nursery rhyme style.Chingy's 2003 debut album, Jackpot, sold two million copies, thanks to the boost from "Right Thurr". A second album, Powerballin', was released in 2004 to mixed reviews, and his 2006 release Hoodstar spawned the hit singles "Pullin' Me Back" and "Dem Jeans." He released Hate It or Love It in 2007, under DTP records. The album's lead single is "Fly Like Me", featuring Amerie. A studio album, Success & Failure, was released in 2010. In 2018, he made his official debut as a record producer which he produced his own latest single “Sparks Fly” which debuted on July 4, 2018.Chingy signed to Universal Music Group distributed label Bungalo Records, making it his 3rd time recording under the Universal umbrella. In 2019, Chingy will participate in the "Millenium Tour" with B2K.
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What Happend To Rich Homie Quan (2018 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary)Dequantes Devontay Lamar[4] (born October 4, 1989), better known by his stage name Rich Homie Quan, is an American rapper, singer and songwriter. He was previously signed to independent label T.I.G. Entertainment and is currently with Motown Records.[5][6][3] Rich Homie Quan was influenced by dirty south rap, including Jeezy, Gucci Mane, T.I., Lil Boosie, Lil Wayne, Kilo Ali, Outkast, and Goodie Mob.Quan's debut studio album Rich as in Spirit was released on March 16, 2018 and debuted at number thirty-two on the US Billboard 200. In November of 2016, Quan sued former label, "Think Its A Game" for 2 million dollars because of unpaid royalties. The label counter sued him for breach of contract. Both Quan and the label settled the issues outside of court.On May 28, 2017, Quan was arrested with four others on felony drug charges after being stopped at a checkpoint on Highway 1 in Louisville, Georgia. Police claimed to have recovered heroin, marijuana, drug paraphernalia and weapons from the vehicle. Quan was charged with felony drug possession with an intent to distribute.
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What Happend To Chamillionaire (2017 Diverse Mentality MiniDocumentary) Hakeem Temidayo Seriki (born November 28, 1979), better known by his stage name Chamillionaire (/kəˈmɪliənɛər/), is an American rapper and entrepreneur from Houston, Texas.He began his career independently with local releases in 2002, including the collaborative album Get Ya Mind Correct with fellow Houston rapper and childhood friend Paul Wall. He signed to Universal Records in 2005 and released The Sound of Revenge under Universal. It included hit singles "Turn It Up" featuring Lil' Flip and the number-one, Grammy-winning hit "Ridin'" featuring Krayzie Bone of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. Ultimate Victory followed in 2007, which was notable for not containing any profanity.Chamillionaire is also known for his most anticipated Mixtape Messiah series, which ran from 2004 until 2009.He is the CEO of Chamillitary Entertainment. Chamillionaire was the founder and an original member of The Color Changin' Click until the group split in 2005.In early 2011, he left Universal Records, which led to his would-be third album, Venom, going unreleased. Chamillionaire released his first independent extended play Ammunition in March 2012 and was noted as his first major release since he left the label. Another EP, Elevate, was released on February 17, 2013. He states that it is going to be one of several to be released before his third studio album, and shortly after his third EP Reignfall was released on July 23, 2013.He is working on his third studio album, Poison.Chamillionaire joined Los Angeles-based venture capital firm Upfront Ventures in early 2015 and has been focusing on his entrepreneurial career over his musical career since.
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