According to New York Daily News, Brooklyn’s female rapper Foxy Brown was just arrested in Brooklyn, New York. Foxy was arrested for bad-mouthing a nemesis neighbor who had an order of protection against her, police sources said.
Foxy was on her block in the Prospect Heights section of Brooklyn, when she crossed paths with Arlene Raymond (Foxy was accused of hitting her with a BlackBerry in 2007).
Raymond looked at Brown – and Foxy flipped out.
“B***h, what are you looking at? What the f**k are you looking at?” Foxy snarled, police sources said.
Raymond, who had taken out a restraining order against Brown following the BlackBerry altercation, called police.
Foxy was collared and slapped with one count of criminal contempt, a class E felony, for violating the order of protection, which bars her from having contact with Raymond, the sources said.
additional Reporting: nydailynews
From the looks of it, Rick Ross might knocked Eminem from the # 1 spot. According reports, based off of Ross first day sales, Teflon Don is projected to sell between 170,00-180,000 in the first week. If this is correct, this will make the fourth consecutive #1 album for the Miami native.
Check back with yodonbleekraps next Wednesday July 28th, for the official numbers.
In a recent interview with MTV, Rick Ross confirmed that Spike Lee will direct one of his videos in the near future.
“Yeah, the homie Yeezy, we decided on Hype Williams. Hype Williams will direct ‘Live Fast, Die Young,” he revealed. “Hit me up on Twitter @rickyrozay, and the reason I say that, I tweeted a picture of me and the homie Spike Lee. He came to my birthday party. I was brainstorming, like, ‘We need that different vibe.’ I tweeted a picture with me and the homie Spike. Ultimately, Hype will direct it. But look for Spike to do a Rozay video. I’mma be the first since [Public Enemy's] ‘Fight the Power’ and the other great videos he directed back in the day.”-MTV
Below is a new track off of Fab’s upcoming EP There Is No Competition 2: The Grieving Music EP, in stores and online August 24th via Def Jam. The EP is a sequel to Fab’s last mixtape There Is No Competition 2: The Funeral Service. The track samples Jay-Z’s “Lights Out.”
I am feeling the track, and like how Fab flipped his verses around and took a different directions than Jay-Z.
Below is the tracklist for Fab’s EP There Is No Competition 2: The Grieving Music EP
1. “Lights Out (I Don’t See Nobody)”
2. “Girl You Be Killin’ ‘Em”
3. “I’m Raw”
4. “Body Ya”
5. “Body Count”
6. “Tonight” feat. Red Cafe and Lorel
7. “The Wake”
8. “Body Bag” feat. Cam’ron and Vado
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Miami femcee Trina was spotted styling on them hoes at Rick Ross album release party at King of Diamond club in Miami.
The official video to Nick Minaj 2nd single “Your Love,” off of her upcoming debut album has just been released. Nicki album will be in stores and online November 23rd. “Your Love” is currently the #1 song in the country.
I am hearing from a reliable source over at Def Jam that dancehall artist Mavado is in the process of signing with the label. Mavado singles “So Special” and “When You Feel Lonely” are burning up the charts and doing good on radio. A major announcement should be made soon.