Chamillionaire Auctions Day On eBay

 With his major-label debut The Sound Of Revenge set for release on Universal Records, Chamillionaire is offering a fan a chance to spend his debut album release day with him.

Universal Records, in conjunction with eBay, is offering the auction winner and one (1) guest to accompany Chamillionaire as he promotes his new CD across the city of Houston, Texas. Add a comment

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Kayne's coming

ImageIt's been quite a year for Kanye West.

His latest album, "Late Registration,” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts. His single “Gold Digger” is perched atop the singles chart.

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Irv Gotti's Text Messages About Nas, Supreme and Jail Stabbing Unveiled, Murder Inc Trial Delayed Ag

 The money laundering trial of Irv and Chris Lorenzo "Gotti" has been postponed again today after the prosecution dropped two years of Murder Inc text messages on the defense. The prosecution plans to use the messages, which contain revealing discussions about the signing of Nas to Murder Inc and a jail stabbing, to further their argument that Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff controlled and financially backed Murder Inc. Add a comment

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'Get Rich' Tops Box Office Wednesday

ImageBoxOfficeMojo.com reports that 50 Cent's big-screen debut 'Get Rich Or Die Tryin'' led the box office on its unusual Wednesday debut, earning $3.6 million. The tally was enough to best 'Chicken Little', which came in second with $1.6 million. For the weekend, 'Chicken Little' is expected to best 'Get Rich', along with the Friday release 'Zathura'. Add a comment

Red Cafe: Tha G Code

 Brooklyn’s Red Café has patiently waited his turn. From a five-year bid, to uniting with 50 Cent and DJ Whoo-Kid, now to aligning with Mack 10 to attempt to make history. In all of these movements in phases, Red clearly can, I Got a Story To Tell. Add a comment

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Funkmaster Flex Talks About Drama With The Source, Al Sharpton

 Though busy promoting his forthcoming The Car Show CD/DVD, Funkmaster Flex addressed payola allegations, The Source Magazine's lawsuit and Al Sharpton in an exclusive interview with SOHH.com.

In its November issue, The Source Magazine accused Flex, the flagship DJ of New York's Hot 97, of accepting "payola," money and/or gifts, for playing records. However, Flex says the allegations are ridiculous.
 

 

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