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[Rumor.Millz] Drake Kills Com Sense Beef

Drizzy had a recent interview with Nah Rights on set at “The Motto” video shoot where he speaks on not entertaining the BEEF with Common any more and what he has in the works as far as his career goes:

DRAKE ON COMMON BEEF

“No. Because despite how it’s been worded by him that situation is not a ‘hip hop moment’ or a ‘battle for the sake of musical integrity’…it’s a ploy for attention around the release of an album,” he said. “More than anything it was just disappointing cause what kid isn’t a fan of what Common has done for our genre. A guy who made such an incredible career for himself based off expressing genuine feelings about life and love is now targeting me for sharing my story.”

ON HIS NEXT MOVES FOR 2012

“I have begun working on new music already and I’ll be recording during the whole college tour with40. Making better music and building myself as a business is all that’s on my mind. Hopefully some acting as well.”

Kudos to Hip Hop Dx for story…

[B.E.E.F] Common Explains The Reason Behind Rap Beef With Drizzy

So of course everyone has speculation on why exactly this beef between Com Sense and Drizzy even started, and because it wasn’t stated by neither emcee, Society took matters into their own hands. Word on the street is that this all steamed from Drake been spotted with Com’s ex girlfriend Serena Williams after they had recently broke up….Common had a recent interview with Sirius Hip Hop Nation in Chicago and explained why the rap beef started and made it clear it wasn’t over a woman:

Well the song “Sweet” for me, was a song where I was really talking about Hip Hop. A lot of the softer side of Hip Hop is just being the example of what people think Hip Hop is. To me, you can express yourself in many different ways, but I was just missing that hardcore Hip Hop, that raw Hip Hop sound, and I was just talking about it. I was saying, man, the song ‘Sweet’ was cats out there doing sweet music. Dude must have took offense to it, so he came out and said some things, and once he said something on record, I said something on record.”

Drake first response was in live concert and Common said that set fire to everything and the battle began…

“That was the first thing that he responded and said something. I was like, well, I wasn’t trying to address you specifically, but if you feel like you are that person and if you’re addressing this to me, then I have to address you back,” he continued. “But my whole mentality was that I’m doing this for Hip Hop music. I’m not trying to bring somebody down. At the end of the day, I just expressed what I felt about Hip Hop. And I’ma keep it on that level, just as an emcee. That’s how I battle. I don’t try to battle any other way than emceeing.”

Kudos to Hip-Hop DX for the story and check Rap Radar for full interview with Common!

[YMCMB] The Boss Speaks Out *No Rick Ross*

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Cash money co-founder, Birdman, finally speaks on the Drake/Common beef that’s the hottest buzz in the streets currently [trailing Blue Ivy Carter of course] in a recent interview with LA Power 106:

“Drake the homie so we ride or die. Ain’t no second questions about that, but we never been a brand to make records and want to make money off of making records of other people that’s not what we about,” Birdman explained. “So to me however the young homie deal with it we behind him, we supporting him 100 percent with our life so that’s just what it is. Ain’t no other way. Drake the lil’ homie that’s blood, that’s family, and ain’t no siding with that. It’s Drake or nothing.”

Birdman emphasizes the fact that CMB is not about making diss records nor making money off those type of releases “…..ummm I’m not one to point out the obvious, but didn’t we just come off a small Jay-Z/Weezy battle where Weezy went at Hov and Bey? OH OK, I’M CHILLIN.

“We don’t do all that. We never did that,” said Birdman. “Never was about making money off of music off of diss records. That’s not how we operate. We try to give the fans – I mean when you get caught up in that to me you forget what this about. And it’s about the people and that’s what we do. We do our music for the people. We never been a brand to diss and diss records and try to make money that’s not us. But Drake the homie and we support him fully and whatever he ‘bout we ‘bout. However that turns out that’s just what it is.”

Kudos to HipHop Dx

[B.E.E.F] Drake & Common AT IT AGAIN

Sooo Drake and Common are at each others neck again! Friday Rozay dropped his new mixtape Rich Forever and a new video  for his hit single [off the mixtape] “Stay Schemin”” featuring Drake and French Montana. In this track, Drizzy finally responded to Common’s diss to him in his track “Sweet” [and I must say Drake went IN…]

[Drake- Stay Schemin Diss Lyrics]

It bothers me when the Gods get to acting like the broads

Guess every team doesn’t come complete with n*ggas like ours.

 

That’s why I see no need to compete with n*ggas like y’all

I just ask them when you see me, you speak up n*gga that’s all

 

Don’t be ducking like you never wanted nothing

It’s feeling like rap changed, there was a time it was rugged

 

Back when if a n*gga reached, it was for the weapon

Nowadays n*ggas reach just to sell a record

 

I’m just hitting my pinnacle, you and p**sy identical

You like the fucking finish line, we can’t wait to run into you.

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Diddy speaks on Bad Boy && Rozay

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Diddy speaks on his label, Bad Boy, and clears up comments he made about Rozay in a recent interview:

On Bad Boy &| the Music Industry

“This industry has a life expectancy of two years. It started a couple of years ago like, ‘What happened with this artist? Why isn’t this artist still on the label?’ So people started to try to give us a bad rap and spread that propaganda through the new generation. When honestly, nobody on Def Jam’s still on Def Jam. No one who was on Roc-A-Fella is still on Roc-A-Fella. There’s not even still a Roc-A-Fella. It was named something else. We the last people standing, we the last crew standing. And I’m not saying that with any disrespect towards anybody’s name who I just said. We not letting that propaganda ride.”

On Rozay/Biggie Comparison

“I said on the ‘Angels’ verse, I think he channeled Biggie at night. A lot of emcees, they channel Biggie in some of their verses. You hear the influence. When you channel the influence, that doesn’t mean they’re comparing someone to them. I think I also said that he was the Biggie of the South, because I was there. I knew the effect that Biggie was having on New York and the world. I saw the effect that [Ross] was having on the South.”

Kudos to Hip-Hop DXfor the info!

Roman’s Reloaded

As if we didn’t witness Nicki murder Kim before on Kanye West’s Monster track OR the epic failure of Kim releasing “Black Friday” to diss Nicki’s debut album “Pink Friday”….

Roman [Nicki’s alter ego of course] has stuck again! Nicki Minaj releases new single titled “Stupid Hoe” from her upcoming sophomore album “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded”

Check below for explicit lyrics for this track, I know it may be hard to decipher from Roman’s animated voice O_o  Read the rest of this entry

[B.E.E.F] Common Vs. Drake

Never in a MILLION years would I have put this two in a feud of any kind! Guess I don;t know much. A couple of weeks ago I posted an article on Common’s explanation to his single “Sweet”  in which everyone thought that it was addressing Drake in a subliminal way, so Common spoke out on it and exactly what he meant by these lyrics: “Y’all niggas man, y’all soft motherfuckers / Singing all around me man, la la la / You ain’t motherfucking Frank Sinatra / Uh, lil’ bitch / Sweet ass motherfucker.”

“Some people have been saying that, but on that song, I’m just talking about whoever the cap fits. I’m talking about rappers out there that’s soft and doing the same thing. So if the cap fits, then that’s who it is,” he said “That’s all it is. It’s whoever the cap fits, then let ‘em wear it. I think it’s a lot of creative artists out there. I think Drake makes some good music.”

In response to this single, Drizzy chose to speak out and throw shots back at Common:

Recently Common heard about Drake’s response and took it to Shade 45 for a radio interview where he added fuel to this “MC battle”. [I must say it is good publicity being as though his album “The Dreamer, The Believer” released in stores today *shrugs].

When Lyrics Go Wrong…

I arrived on the day Fred Hampton died/ Uh, real niggas just multiply

This bar from Hov in the Murder To The Excellence track from Watch The Throne collab album with Kanye has stirred up some problems….though it is blatantly obvious that Jay-Z’s intent was to show respect to the Black Panther chairman who was murdered during a FBI raid:: his son Fred Hampton Jr feels otherwise and has recently spoke on the situation:

referring to Hov as “Slave-Z”…He feels like the line was distasteful and factually incorrect. Fred Hampton didn’t get murdered: he was assassinated!

There is still no response from Jay-Z or Kanye yet…

So readers do you think The black panthers son has any validity to “calling out” of Hov?

Common Speaks on Rumors of “Drake Diss”

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Common takes shots at “soft” rappers, rhyming, “Y’all niggas man, y’all soft motherfuckers…Singing all around me man, la la la…You ain’t motherfucking Frank Sinatra…Uh, lil’ bitch…Sweet ass motherfucker.” on his new single titled “Sweet”!

Of course society &| the media has taken this and ran with it as “Common dissing Drake”…. So Common caught up with V103 in Atlanta to openly speak on the single and it’s meaning:

Some people have been saying that, but on that song, I’m just talking about whoever the cap fits. I’m talking about rappers out there that’s soft and doing the same thing. So if the cap fits, then that’s who it is,” he said “That’s all it is. It’s whoever the cap fits, then let ‘em wear it. I think it’s a lot of creative artists out there. I think Drake makes some good music.

Naming Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole and Lil Wayne as contemporaries whose music he enjoys, Com said anyone who catches feelings from the cut are the ones he’s dissing.

Kudos to HipHopDX for the info!