Following the Miami Heat’s Game 7 win over the San Antonio Spurs , Drake tried to make his way into the locker room, but was shut down by security. NOTE: The swear that was bleeped out was not from Drake, but someone walking by. Drake responded to the security guard by saying, “I am media.”
More details have surfaced in Lil Snupe’s death.The Louisiana rapper suffered two gunshot wounds at the Maplewood Apartments in Winnfield just after 4 a.m. Thursday morning (June 20).
The police department revealed that they “are currently in search of a person of interest, who is unnamed at this time.”
“A motive has not been established at this time,” the police department told MTV in a statement, adding that an investigation is open and under way.
Lil Snupe was signed to Meek Mill’s Dreamchasers label, 20 minutes after meeting him in Louisiana.”He was in a van, they was finna pull off. And I went and knocked on the van, on the window. They let the window down, grabbed the mixtape and it was like 10 minutes later, 20 minutes later they called me,” Snupe recalled to MTV News.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have named their baby daughter North West. A source told UsWeekly that the couple have already given their daughter a nickname – she will be ‘Nori for short’. They added that the child has no middle name. After the jump, check out some funny reactions spotted on Twitter. (more…)
Underground beatsmith Undefined has been tailoring his craft for many years, lending his raw, gritty production to a bevy of underground mic technicians such as Army of the Pharaohs, JoJo Pellegrino, King Syze, El Gant Sabac Red, Big Lou and more. Earlier this week, the Long Island based producer unleashed his debut extended play release, Certified A-Side to the masses; a ten track offering which boasts features from the likes of Nature, Brown Bag AllStars, Nutso, Outerspace, Reef the Lost Cause and more. Among the tracklist boasts the Little Vic (“The Exorcist” prod. by DJ Premier) and Peter Leo assisted banger “Closed Caskets” which is now available in visual form. Have a look as both Long Island natives go line for line, bar for bar, and verse for verse using various rugged terrains as the back drop.