|Posted by Admin on August 15, 2019 at 9:30 AM||comments (0)|
Fast-rising Dancehall artistes Squash and Chronic Law left Dancehall fans disappointed once again.
Despite being booked to perform at Beenie Man’s Summer Sizzle 2019 over the weekend, the entertainers failed to take the stage,
missing out on another prime opportunity to please their loyal supporters, some whom travelled from Montego Bay to Woodleigh Sports Complex in Clarendon.
Beenie Man promised during his recent interview that the 6ix music group which includes Squash and Chronic Law, would be performing 6 a.m at Summer Sizzle 2019.
Speaking with Onstage TV at the show, Beenie Man said the 6ix members were at the venue however shockingly didn’t take the stage.
He said their decision not to perform was more internal.
The veteran Dancehall artiste suggested that Squash and Chronic Law could be having
some issues with their management team which restricted them from touching the stage. Squash is managed by Junior ‘Heavy D’ Fraser.
|Posted by Admin on August 14, 2019 at 9:00 AM||comments (0)|
The internet was shaking on Tuesday after Nicki Minaj and Joe Budden got into a heated argument on her Queen Radio.
Joe has been beefing with the Barbz squad, and when he appeared on the show he joked that he was there to make peace.
But it didn't last long. The pair started discussing the organic growth of their songs and things got heated.
According to Billboard, Joe accused Nicki of possibly being on drugs and pills last summer, sparking even more fires.
"Your entire last album did that. Your past is littered with it. Who gives a f*ck what she pop? But don't sit here and act like you've never popped a pill," Joe apparently quipped.
"Are you that f*cking dumb? You like tearing down women when they can't defend themselves," she said, to laughs.
According to Complex, Nicki thanked Joe for being on the show and told him not to call her "fam", because that was how she knew he was angry.
Joe responded by muttering, "This is why I don't do this, y'all live in some sort of bubble", before his mic was cut.
Although they traded love on social media after the interview, fans of the pair were still deep in their feels over the exchange.
They flooded social media TLs with memes and messages, expressing their thoughts on the argument.
|Posted by Admin on August 13, 2019 at 1:05 PM||comments (0)|
Rapper, producer and songwriter Missy Elliott will receive MTV’s Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award on Aug. 26 at the 2019 VMAs, Variety has learned exclusively. She will perform live at the awards show for the first time in 16 years.
“Missy’s impact on the music landscape is indelible,” said Bruce Gillmer, MTV Intl. co-brand head and Viacom music and music talent head. “Her creative vision across production, performance and songwriting is unmatched.”
Elliott, a five-time Grammy Award winner and the first female hip-hop artist to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, has sold more than 30 million records worldwide, thanks to hits like “Work It,” and “Get Ur Freak On”. She is the only female rapper to have six studio albums certified platinum.
Read More at Variety