Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Meek Mill Takes Shots at Drake in "All the Way Up" Remix With Fabolous

A day after premiering the "All the Way Up" remix with Jay Z, Funk Flex has returned with another version of the song, this time with verses from Meek Mill and Fabolous. And, naturally, Meek took this opportunity reignite the beef between him and Drake.
Throughout the track, the Philly rapper takes clear shots at Drizzy with lines like"Views from the projects, nigga I'm the prospect" and "This is hip-hop, you ain't write it don't record it/I don't know how they getting down across the border." That's right, Meek is still accusing Drake of using a ghost writer—an accusation that started the well-publicized feud last summer. But it didn't stop there.
Meek also referenced Drake's hometown of Toronto, rapping "I be in the 6 man 6 man, Dion Waiters."
Will Drake respond? 

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Rap Group didnt expect this Big Break

The suspects were rounded up Tuesday morning and hauled into Manhattan Supreme Court, where they were charged with grand larceny, criminal possession of a forged instrument, conspiracy, and criminal possession of stolen property, among other counts.
According to the American Bankers Association, "Card Cracking" scams involve contacting a person through social media and letting criminals deposit fake checks into their bank accounts in exchange for a small cut of the illicit profits. But instead of paying up, the crooks typically remove all of their funds before the bank can determine that the check is counterfeit.
By the time the victim realizes the deposit is a fake, it’s too late — and they are left on the hook for any money that was withdrawn. “As alleged, the members of this identity theft ring exploited stolen personal information to manufacture fake credit cards,” explained Police Commissioner Bill Bratton.
“With the forged instruments, the defendants shopped in Manhattan’s most high-end retail stores, all on someone else’s dime.”
Additional reporting by Emily Saul

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

New Music: Marvalyss "Guns n Roses" ft. Blacastan prod. By Dirty Jokerz

This is what we need in hiphop. Shout out to my bro Marvalyss and the kid Blacastan. Dirty Jokerz with yet another flawless track. #PressPlay

New Music: Highlife Gully "Wanna Luv" Ft. Kid Rich produced by The Encroude

Check out this new Highlife Gully "Wanna Luv" Ft. Kid Rich produced by The Encroude. This track is on the upcoming "Rare Rebel" Mixtape release.

Skrillex Debuts New Rick Ross Collab, Possible 'Suicide Squad' Theme Song

Over the weekend, Skrillex dropped an unreleased collaboration with Rick Ross while performing at Atlantic City’s new WAV Nightclub. Fans are speculating that the unidentified track could be featured in the upcoming Warner Bros. film Suicide Squad. Some of Ross’ verses reference the film by name, plus the rapper also mentions the purple Lamborghini that the Joker character drives in the film (“got that purple Lamborghini lurkin’”). 

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

ARHT Media Secures Digital Rights to Notorious B.I.G. Hologram: Exclusive

ARHT Media has landed the digital rights to Notorious B.I.G.'s hologram. The partnership between the Los Angeles-based company and ByStorm Entertainment, who handles the late rapper's estate alongside singer Faith Evans and Biggie's mother Voletta Wallace, will helm the technology for the so-called "Humagram" of Christopher Wallace to perform in various capacities including on-stage delivery and music videos.

Over the course of nine months, ARHT Media founder Rene Bharti was introduced to Wayne Barrow (ByStorm Entertainment president) as well as his partner, president of urban music for RCA and CEO of ByStorm Entertainment, Mark Pitts. "They’ve seen all the competitors. Wayne Barrow has been looking all over the world for the right company to do this hologram," explains Bharti to Billboard. "When it comes to [working with] someone who used to be your friend and working with their mother, you want to do it right. As soon as he came into our L.A. studio, after a couple of months of going back and forth, he said right away, I’m gonna go with you guys."

What sold Biggie's family and estate was ARHT Media's -- "ARHT" stands for Augmented Reality Holographic Technology -- innovative patented technology that begins with "the creation of a digital human, being it living, deceased in this case or even fictional," says CEO Paul Duffy. "We have a very sophisticated transmission technology for beaming these digital humans through the public Internet to literally any point on the planet. These digital humans can scale to any size of venue so it can be in a window display, your living room or it could be in a 50,000-seat arena for a real-time delivery and display of this human hologram, that we call “Humagrams.”" 

Faith Evans Teases Notorious B.I.G. Hologram, Says Duets Album Is in 'Finishing Stages'

The game-changing technology is also easy to throw "in the back of a uHaul truck, and set up and break down within an hour," Bharti adds, noting the edge over the competitors like Hologram USA, which helmed the late rhymer Tupac Shakur's holographic performance at 2012's Coachella Festival. 

“This project has been a long-time coming, and it is very special to me," says Ms. Wallace. "Words can't even capture how elated I am for the world to finally see my son again on stage and beyond. Christopher’s impact and legacy will not only live through his past work, but also the new experiences which have been made possible through ARHT Media.”

The first order of business for the Biggie Humagram is a music video appearance for the first single off Faith Evans' duets compilation titled The King & I. Last month, the Brooklyn MC's former wife revealed on Dame Dash's radio show that a potential hologram tour was in the works, which Bharti confirms. "What we’re gonna start with is a video with the first single from The King & I then I think Faith wants to do a little tour," he says. While he did not offer specific tour details, B.I.G.'s Bad Boy family, led by Puff Daddy, are set to perform a sold-out "One Night Only" show in Brooklyn's Barclays Center on May 20, Biggie's birthday. (On Monday, April 11, Diddy also announced a second Bad Boy show in Brooklyn with the hashtag #BADBOYFamilyReunionTour, teasing a possible trek.) 

Puff Daddy & The Family to Reunite For 'One Night Only' Show For Notorious B.I.G.'s Birthday

“After seeing all the technologies out there, I realized right away that ARHT Media would be the best partner to bring back Notorious B.I.G.,” Faith Evans says. “I look forward to continue working with them and presenting the world with his Humagram in both video and stage format, through the release of my album The King & I.”

ARHT Media has heralded other holograms in the past, including motivational speaker Tony Robbins' four-day speaking engagement across the globe. From Florida to Melbourne, Australia, his likeness was beamed into a venue where his "Humagram" interacted with the audience and fielded questions. ARHT Media also prided themselves on recenly "beaming someone in" from L.A. to China. "We beamed someone in, which is probably the hardest test to do, from L.A. into China and you can imagine, getting Internet in China is sometimes difficult," recalls Bharti, without naming a specific individual. "[The hologram] was a huge success with all the government officials."

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When it comes to pinning down Biggie's mannerisms in holographic form, Duffy and Bharti don't foresee any challenges as they continue to work on the design alongside his family and estate. "We’ll use input from virtually anywhere so we’ll talk to people, we’ll obviously look through existing footage," details Duffy. "We’ll meet with family members and just look to alternately capture the essence of Biggie. Then we’ll have their eyes on all the content and material that’s being built. Of course, nothing would be released until they felt comfortable and signed off on it."

"I would say this is our first foray into entertainment," adds Bharti, who also worked with team apparel purveyor Mitchell & Ness for pop-up holographic stores throughout Toronto earlier this year for NBA All-Star weekend. "This one’s very special for us because everyone’s been clamoring to get to Notorious B.I.G. but it’s one, we all as a company agreed, that if we’re gonna do this, this would be a great guy to work with and the family’s been wonderful and the estate’s been great. We’re looking forward to showcasing this within the next couple of months." ​

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