Scarface, Nas, and Ice Cube: Supergroup

October 9, 2008

Posted by Bossip Staff

This is probably the only new Hip-Hop album that would be worth the money spent on it. The mastery, range, and experience that would be involved in the making would be like none ever seen before it.:

Rapper Ice Cube has welcomed plans laid out by retiring hip-hop star Scarface to create a new supergroup with himself and Nas. The Houston, Texas star recently revealed he would be quitting rap after the release of his next album Emeritus, and he’d only consider a return to the studio if Ice Cube and Nas were to join him. And the former N.W.A. star admits he’d be willing to give the rap supergroup idea a go.

“I wouldn’t even think twice about doing that— hell yeah! I think the album would be crazy, lyrics would be sick, and hip-hop would love it. It’s just making that business happen, that’s the part that gets funky. I ain’t never turned down these kind of projects, they just don’t happen for whatever reasons. But I’m up for some s–t like this because I know we can make a dope record.”

This is legendary, and the idea is a first.Can you imagine the Black History lesson on this album? We enjoy seeing grown rappers get together for business, especially at a craft they have all mastered so tirelessly. Scarface retiring is marking a time in history in itself.

All coast unite!

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This Is The Guy That Beat Kimbo Slice???

October 8, 2008

Posted by Bossip Staff

Yes Bossip, this fairy in the dominatrix get up, Seth P., is the one that beat the famed street king, K-Slice. Tell us that ish is not suspect. We wonder what would happen in one of those, Kimbo backyard brawls with his pixie ass…SMH

More pics of this fruit cake below

Where Is This MC??

October 8, 2008

Posted by Bossip Staff

This is Kwame, he had about 3 smashes in the early, early 90’s. His ,Livesteez, was suspect then, and now, but has a sort of snobby flav too it. The crop is pure comedy, remember those flat tops?

More pics of the Flat Top at it’s prime…

Obama Whoops That Ass Again

October 8, 2008

Posted by Bossip Staff


The albino bonobo, McCain, got his ass beat up again in the debate last night:

Brokaw: Sen. Obama, as we begin, very quickly, our discussion period, President Bush, you’ll remember, last summer, said that “Wall Street got drunk.”

A lot of people now look back and think the federal government got drunk and, in fact, the American consumers got drunk.

How would you, as president, try to break those bad habits of too much debt and too much easy credit, specifically, across the board, for this country, not just at the federal level, but as a model for the rest of the country, as well?

Obama: Well, I think it starts with Washington. We’ve got to show that we’ve got good habits, because if we’re running up trillion dollar debts that we’re passing on to the next generation, then a lot of people are going to think, “Well, you know what? There’s easy money out there.”

It means — and I have to, again, repeat this. It means looking (ph) at the spending side, but also at the revenue side. I mean, Sen. McCain has been talking tough about earmarks, and that’s good, but earmarks account for about $18 billion of our budget.

Now, when Sen. McCain is proposing tax cuts that would give the average Fortune 500 CEO an additional $700,000 in tax cuts, that’s not sharing a burden.

And so part of the problem, I think, for a lot of people who are listening here tonight is they don’t feel as if they are sharing the burden with other folks.

I mean, you know, it’s tough to ask a teacher who’s making $30,000 or $35,000 a year to tighten her belt when people who are making much more than her are living pretty high on the hog.

And that’s why I think it’s important for the president to set a tone that says all of us are going to contribute, all of us are going to make sacrifices, and it means that, yes, we may have to cut some spending, although I disagree with Sen. McCain about an across-the- board freeze.

That’s an example of an unfair burden sharing. That’s using a hatchet to cut the federal budget.

I want to use a scalpel so that people who need help are getting help and those of us, like myself and Sen. McCain, who don’t need help, aren’t getting it.

That’s how we make sure that everybody is willing to make a few sacrifices.

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Are Nas and Kelis Done?

October 8, 2008

Posted by Bossip Staff

Yes, we will say it. Are Kelis and Nas done? Rumors are flying around that a sex tape of a famous rappers wife is in the tranny, Lenny Williams, hands. About a month ago we recieved a tip on a sex tape of Kelis, and heard of her being scando in Hollyweird at a party. The tip said Kelis was seen huddled around a plate of coke the whole night, and some tall brother that was not Nas. Kelis and her hubby have not really been seen together since April. Hopefully this will spark them to hit the public together and dispell all these rumors. Good luck black family.

Quincy Jones: He Wont Collab With Hip Hop!

October 7, 2008

Posted by Bossip Staff


Quincy is trying to open the famous trumpeter Wynton Marsalis’s eyes to hip-hop, but ole boy doesn’t want to be associated with it:

Quincy Jones has been trying to get trumpeter Wynton Marsalis to incorporate the study of hip hop into Jazz at Lincoln Center, the program for which Marsalis is artistic director. But, it hasn’t been an easy sell. “Wynton doesn’t want to hear any other kind of music,” Jones told the New York Daily News’ Rush & Malloy. “He won’t let students play other kinds of music.” Jones went on to say that “no trumpeter in America wants to play like Wynton in his style. Every great trumpeter – Louis Armstrong, Roy Eldridge, Miles – borrows from someone before him and adds his own thing. But nobody wants to play like Wynton. …Wynton knows how I feel.” Apparently not. “We’ve never had that discussion,” Marsalis told the columnists. He admitted, “Hip hop is a form of music for which I don’t have much respect. But I always recommend that my trumpet students play all kinds of music — funk, classical, all kinds of jazz. That’s what my father taught me. He used to say, ‘Earn your prejudices. Don’t be prejudiced against something you don’t know about.’ “Before [Run DMC member] Jam Master Jay got killed, he and I were talking about having a deejay academy in my House of Swing. But it’s incumbent on the hip-hop community to develop their own musical initiative. There’s no need for a jazz person to be called upon to do it.”

This is sort of like trying to distance yourself from a old cousin who just got out from doing 8 yrs. Quincy is telling him the truth, and it is sad that Wynton doesn’t respect our music. What do you think Bossip? Is he to good for Hip-Hop, or is his distance jest?

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Granny Is Moving The Work

October 7, 2008

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Gran,Gran would move work with her daughter across borders in Europe, “we guess” she was in the car for respectability:

Ambrozine Heron, 77, and her daughter Paulette Chambers, 49, both of Smethwick, West Midlands, were arrested at the port of Dover in March. The court heard 16kg (35lb) of cocaine was found hidden in Heron’s specially-adapted Nissan Pathfinder. Heron was found guilty at Canterbury Crown Court while Chambers admitted her role and was jailed for 14 years. Read the rest of this entry »

Looking Thin and Sick

October 6, 2008

Posted by Bossip Staff

BDR’s “instructor” is not looking that healthy of late, forget about Hiv, that nicca look like he has the Bird Flu. Somebody needs to tackle him and force a chicken breast down his throat.

It sort of looks like Blood Diamond is saying or thinking…”Damn nigga, you aint ate shit in a month??”

We really think that BDR is straight up, but you never know,  especially with his boy looking more suspect than a police lineup. SMH

Blast From the Past

October 6, 2008

Posted by Bossip Staff

We thought Black History month needed to be revisited, especially seeing that Prince has turned over a new leaf recently. We also would like to give this man props for having the confidence and pure bravado, to take that photo, and others like it. Sure his perm, and taco meat looked comedy. We can clown him and RiRi all we want while he is alive, but he was edgy and ground breaking, like most of our people are.

More of his greatest below.

Ice Cream Man Sued.

October 6, 2008

Posted by Bossip Staff

“The Man” is always coming after a niccas paper. According to Livsteez,  Percy is a victim of a  cheap ass suit, from cheap ass PePe Jeans:

The hip-hop star, who launched his P. Miller clothing line with U.S. discount retailer Wal-Mart, is accused of stealing the logo idea from U.K.-based label Pepe Jeans London LLC. The Pepe Jeans branded denims feature the letter “P” encircled with wings – a design logo similar to that used in Miller’s clothing range. “I went to the website of PepeJeans.com and couldn’t find a circled-P anywhere, on their clothing, or the brand advertising within the site,” Miller explained to AllHipHop.com. “I’m the future of affordable fashion and big brands will always hate me, but they shouldn’t throw stones if they live in a glass house!” Read the rest of this entry »