This is the first leak of Jay's upcoming LP "Act II: The Patents Of Nobility". Just Blaze on the beat!
Jeezy sits down with Boi-1da.net to discuss a few topics, including his album, working with T-Minus and Boi-1da, Trayvon Martin, working with Andre 3000, and more.
DJ Jazzy Jeff explains why he wanted to work with Mac Miller, the young rapper out of Pittsburgh who caught his attention with "Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza", and talks about the tweet that started their mixtape collaboration.
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Rah Digga has come back firing at two rappers who have been going at her on Twitter and in a song. Both Tyler, The Creator and a D.C. rapper by the name of Fat Trel have dissed Digga by saying she looks like a man. Tyler also uses a "dyke" reference when talking about MC Lyte in the song "Rella."
Digga not only released a new diss track aimed at both rappers, but also a press release stating her reasoning.
"I didn't make this record for press purposes or for hype cuz that's not my thing," she said. "I got wind of various artists referencin me in a negative fashion. They poked fun at me I'm just pokin back. Its all sport to me. I wish em all the best, they just need to understand who is off limits. MC Lyte is off limits. Rah Digga is off limits. Respect those who kept hip hop raw so that we could still have a culture or get a first hand lesson in a lyrical a$$ whoopin. Love is love."
Digga responds to Trel first:
"This guy, you barely caught a meal short of fish fry / Think of letting this slide? / Fat Trel could kiss my global rap a$$ / He barely out of D.C., tried to look him up, he ain't even got a Wiki."
She then turns her attention to Tyler, The Creator, who trolled her on Twitter by constantly wishing her a Happy Father's Day.
"I was trying to support this young black man / It's too bad, you probably lost your only black fan," she snarls. "Take it any further, and you might catch a backhand, bitch!"
Bilal discusses his son who are autistic. It is important to bring forth some of these issues to the forefront where it is possible.