If she don?t like that, (then) I don?t like that classical music shit she be doing. At some point she?s playing some shit that don?t relate to me. ? We listen to it and try to figure out why people actually enjoy it. I am trying to enjoy it. That statement changes my perception of Alicia Keys totally. But the magazine is standing behind it, which means they probably have a tape of her in conversation saying it. It?s just not really a bright comment anyway. But I don?t think that [her] classical shit is cool. I don?t give a fuck if you can classically play the piano. I haven?t been classically trained, because my upbringing, nobody put me in front of a piano at that time. If they did, I would know how to do it as well as she does. I could learn how to play the piano if I was passionate about it right now. That?s obviously my perspective evaluating what she does, and I could fucking care less about the shit.
As SOHH previously reported, one of the major disputes between both rappers was over comments Buck made, in which he claimed he never received any royalties from 50.
"That was a shocker from Young Buck," 50 said. "The last thing that I felt would ever be even said would be that [the members of G-Unit] weren't paid because they actually were overpaid. My concept for being able to continuously win championship games is to keep the players fed."
"He lives like a drug dealer," he said. "When the artist spends excessively to the point where he doesn't actually have that money anymore, out of desperation he says whatever he can say to try and fix situations."
"I sat down with the general manager," he said. "Really, I just sat down and told them, 'Y'all over here don't understand the type of music I do, and y'all hold me back while y'all trying to get your situation together."
"I don't think the nigga is stupid enough to go tell somebody he did that shit . [The name of the assailant] never got back to me, 'cause if it did, I'd probably be in the penitentiary for murder...," Spice continued. "shit, this little scary ass, bitch-ass-muthafucka trying to break into my car, probably a crackhead muthafucka or something. Some little, young kid ... a little buster ass nigga."
"The tears coming from my left eye are from my shit that I'm dealing with in my life, and the tears down my right cheek are tears for hip-hop"
Desweiteren sprach der Rapper aus Compton über seine derzeitige mentale Fassung:
"I'm in a fucked up place. My fans love me, and I know what they want but in a minute, I'm not gonna be physically capable of pleasing the world with music. Because my mind isn't right. People are driving me under God's good earth."
Nachdem es beim letzten Mal als Classic das Video von Ol' Dirty Bastard bei den Grammy's gab, wird heute ein Videointeview mit Rick Ross vor seinem Durchbruch mit 'Hustlin' gezeigt. Zu der Zeit war Ross anscheinend nicht besonders gut auf T.I. und Slip-N-Side Chef Ted Lucas zu sprechen, was man an seinen Aussagen ("Fuck T.I.") unschwer erkennen kann. An dem Interview fallen besonders zwei Dinge auf:
die beeindruckende Fähigkeit von Rick Ross zu rappen und dabei mit einer Knarre in der Gegend rumzufuchteln
der Interviewer, der während Rick Ross' Raps seine Mütze ins Gesicht zieht und anfängt unfassbar steilzugehen.
Kann es sein, dass Weezy nicht so gut Gitarre spielt?
Young Buck scheint auf jeden Fall für ein Mixtape eine neue Crew gegründet zu haben. Zusammen mit Yo Gotti und Allstar nennt sich die Formation "Ten-A-Key Boys" (Pimp C würde sich im Grab umdrehen, wenn er das lesen würde...)