Hip-Hop Rumors: Did Chief Keef Kidnap Some Chick?

Originally posted on AllHipHop.com:

You just don’t know these days, you just don’t know! The latest is that some chick is claiming that Chicago rapper Chief Keef kidnaped her! Apparently this started on Media Take Out, but I am not 100% sure.

If there is any truth to this, there will be a problem for Keefer.

Look at this:

What do you think?

“They keep us talking, but if we stop talking about them then they should worry!” -illseed.

Illseed, Out.


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Funkmaster Flex Rants About Dame Dash, Preview Dame’s Response

Originally posted on AllHipHop.com:

(AllHipHop  News) The Loud Wars have entered round two. Last night (June 5th), Funkmaster Flex went to the Hot 97 airwaves to respond to Dame Dash’s alleging Kevin Liles and Lyor Cohen of being “culture vultures”.

According to Flex, Dash gave Flex a tour of the Roc-a-Fella offices prior to Def Jam owning a 50% stake in the company in 1997. Flex alleges that Def Jam and Lyor Cohen, whom Dash referred to as a “culture vulture” in an Instagram post, helped place Jay Z’s “Ain’t No N*gga” single on the 1996 Nutty Professor  soundtrack and financed the music video. Flex explains the hypocrisy of Dash’s critical opinion of Lyor Cohen:

[Dame Dash] was getting probably $2 million to $3 million in overhead for his label. He was getting $1 million video budgets. He was getting $1 million album budgets. You hear me? You count the years and you count…

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[NEW MUSIC] G-Unit- “Grinding My Whole Life” (Remix)


Hot shit! Real G Unit!

Originally posted on AllHipHop.com:

Do not rub your eyes or look to see if this is a fan-made remix, G-Unit have reunited for their first song in three years on the remix to HS87′s “Grindin My Whole Life”.

G-Unit is scheduled to perform at  Mets CitiField Stadium next Saturday (June 14th) following the Mets-Padres game.

Check out G-Unit’s remix to “Grinding My Whole Life” below:

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BLACK MUSIC MONTH: A Salute To Hip-Hop In 1994, Part 1 [EXCLUSIVE]


Check this out!

Originally posted on Hot 107.9:

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Somewhere on the outskirts of New York a hip-hop moment twenty years in the making is about to commence. It?s the kind of frosty, January night that inspired the uncompromising verses and beats that defined an era: ?Escuchela La ciudad respirando….?

In one part of town a leader of hip-hop?s new school, 9th Wonder is holding a release party for his Jamla label at S.O.Bs. Despite being from North Carolina the producer and (and sometimes MC)has been an apostle for the gritty, asphalt-flavored brand of hip-hop that was born on nights like this in the city that never sleeps. His friend and collaborator Young Guru holds court in the belly of the venue along with Dres from Black Sheep, Statik Selektah and others.

However, a few clicks south fans have gathered at SRB in Brooklyn for another communion. Separated by one letter, a bridge and two decades of history…

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Happy Birthday Biggie ( Baby Bay-Bay) !!

Notorious BIG

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Happy Birthday Busta !!( Bus-a-Bus)



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The BBoy

Eminem Will Release Spike Lee Directed Music Video On Mother’s Day


Happy Mother’s Day!

Originally posted on AllHipHop.com:

(AllHipHop News)  Eminem may be giving his mother her first positive Mother’s Day gift in years.  Earlier today (May 9th), Eminem announced that release date for the music video for his song “Headlights”.

Eminem announced on his personal Instagram account that the Spike Lee-directed video on Mother’s Day (May 11th):

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Eminem and Spike Lee began filming the music video in Detroit last month after Eminem announced the pairing on his Instagram account. The Marshall Mathers LP 2  song, which features fun’s Nate Ruess details Eminem’s reconciliation with his estranged mother Debbie Nelson-Mathers. Less than two months ago, the song became Eminem’s 50th song to reach the Billboard Top 100.

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The BBoy

BOMD v Blow Up Kings


The MC : 4-IZE

This video is bananas! It actually has an all star cast. Apparently, this guy worked with some big names and they all disappointed him in one way or another. what i like about this video is that it has video and pics of them ALL.

Check it out:



UDHH 04.16.2014

The DJ: JB1

How do I start this? I’ve watched this brother grow from being a friend of my brother’s to a well known DJ/Promoter/Producer.


DJ JB1..pic by Trinity Everfor

UDHH: How long have you been DJing?

DJJB1: 19 Years

UDHH: When do you DJ? Where?

DJJB1:  Different places.Private gigs , mostly.Some clubs on and off, but no weekly spots, right now.

UDHH: Who do you rep?

DJJB1: Built for This Ent.

UDHH: What’s a typical day like for you?

DJJB1: I’m a social worker by day for a day care.I spend time with my lil’ ones and work on my Ent. bizz

UDHH: Do you make mix tapes? What are some that you did? Where can you get them?

DJJB1: Yes, I do. I’m actually behind, That’s my main focus , right now.I’m finishing up my mix tapes. My Bloody Bridge series was poppin’ back in 2001 to 2006! It featured local artists. When they’re done I will have them locally and online at iamhiphopculture.com.

UDHH:  What do you like about DJing?

DJJB1: Controlling the crowd and playing music. All kinds of music! It’s been a dream of mine since I was a kid.

UDHH: What do you dislike about DJing?

DJJB1: Not much.Trying to please everyone, which is impossible. Can’t please them all!

UDHH:  What’s hot right now to YOUR fans?

DJJB1: Blurred Lines (Robin Thicke) and Versace( Migos f/ Drake)

UDHH: Being a CT DJ, what are your opinions on the current state of Hip Hop out there?

DJJB1:  It’s open right now, so it’s good for us.We just need the right sound and we can get on.It’s gonna get there.I have faith! I feel like I might have to be the one.

UDHH: Who are YOUR inspirations as a DJ?

DJJB1:  Red Alert, Kid Capri and Primo (DJ Premier)

UDHH: Any shout outs?

DJJB1:  My Bridgeport fam and my whole ‘hood!

UDHH:  Any mentors?

DJJB1:  DJ Kel Mel Prevail and DJ Poc

UDHH: Do you do anything else with your time? Any other endeavors?

DJJB1:  Being a Father, working on my Ent. company, resurrecting my Ent. business to label status to put out good, quality music. I’ve been doing beats and working in the studio since 1995, starting with my crew , Infinite Dialectz, which was a part of UdF (Undadog Family). I just want to do it right, this time, it’s been a long time coming…

The Bboy

More from my Ace, Curtis.Zuluuuu!

The MC

No Grad….still looking for suggestions!

See you next week!

UDHH 04.09.2014

The DJ

DJ Mordecai


Undadoghiphop DJ Mordecai

DJ Mordecai

UDHH:  How long have you been DJing?

DJ Mordecai: Since 1999. almost 15 years

UDHH:  When do you DJ? Where?

DJ Mordecai: Currently we do a monthly boogie funk dance party at Balliceaux in Richmond, Virginia. As well as various other venues for one-off events in Richmond, Virginia Beach, Washington,D.C.

UDHH: Who do you rep?

DJ Mordecai: Crate Invaders, RadioActive Cardboard, HBR

UDHH:  What’s a typical day like for you?

DJ Mordecai: 9-5 grind then work on mixes and music when I find time.

UDHH:  Do you make mix tapes? What are some that you did? Where can you get them?

DJ Mordecai:  Most of my mixes are here: http://www.mixcloud.com/djmordecai/ or and/or here: http://djmordecai.com/

UDHH:  What do you like about DJing?

DJ Mordecai:  I like getting people to dance and have a good time. Rockin’ a party, getting a good reaction, exposing people to new/different music or putting shine on forgotten artists/music.

UDHH:  What do you dislike about DJing?

DJ Mordecai: Pushy requests, drunk people

UDHH:  What’s hot right now to YOUR fans?

DJ Mordecai: New Jazz Addixx album (“Tomorrow’s Yesterday”), Oxygen, ohbliv, Flying Ginzu Brothers, Profound79, DJ Harrison, DeRobert & The Half-Truths

UDHH:  Being a DJ, what are your opinions on the current state of Hip Hop out where you are?

DJ Mordecai: Too many rappers, not enough quality albums/releases. Some folks like The Bum Rush Radio Show, Nickelus F, Antagonist Dragonspit and Photosynthesizers are doin’ it right though.

UDHH:  Who are YOUR inspirations as a DJ?

DJ Mordecai: Jazzy Jeff, J-Rocc, DJ Day, Skeme Richards, Mercury, Disko Dave, DJ Ragz

UDHH:  Any mentors?

DJ Mordecai: DJ Barnacles, DJ Ragz, DJ Sayeed, DJ Skruff, DJ Ghozt, Hurley, DJ Geometrix, DJ Phenom

UDHH:  Do you do anything else with your time? Any other endeavors?

DJ Mordecai: Beats: https://soundcloud.com/djmordecai ,DJ b-boy battles, graphic design,and  record digging

UDHH:  Any shout outs?

DJ Mordecai: My fiance, all friends, fans and family.


The BBoy

Big shout to my Ahki for putting me on to this battle..



The MC

In my search for material/content, I ran into a couple dudes that I work with doing their thing. A crew called EMP, consisting of Skeme, Kid P, and So Nice. Check out the video:



…an interview is in the works…

In my haste to get this out..I didn’t include Graf..sorry..Any suggestions?


New Dance Craze ‘Bronx Whine’ Takes Over New York [VIDEO]


I miss the EAST COAST!

Originally posted on News One:

Bronx Whine

New York has always been a haven of creativity, as Hip-Hop culture and street art helped to define the undeniable lure of the city in that regard. Dancing is a part of that expression, too, and a new dance craze bolstered by a smash song from a Dominican-American rapper called the “Bronx Whine” is taking over the city.

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BB Bronx (pictured), also known as 16-year-old Carlos Almonte, has a smash hit on his hands with the “Bronx Whine” single featuring Puerto Rican reggaeton artist Farruko. Almonte, who was born in the Dominican Republic, moved to the Bronx when he was 12 years old and rose quickly as a rapper after garnering fame with a YouTube freestyle in 2010.

As BB Bronx, Almonte raps in a Spanglish style with his latest track taking on a decidedly Caribbean flavor…

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