If you aren’t familiar with Jivin Scientist, that’s ok because I am about to turn you on to the slept on group from Arizona with a new track and an old track that is ill. Just putting it lightly Jivin Scientist are the Rodney Dangerfield of underground hip hop, NO RESPECT!
Their song, This Old World, just dropped and features Jabee and Lando Chill. The song is cool. It’s my favorite song by the Jivin Scientist so I wanted to put up their video from their song Abigail.
The Jivin Scientist need to stick to hooks like this, and on the track Shotgun because the thing that sets this dude (is Jivin Scientist a group, a guy, a duo? IDK myself) but what sets them apart is that they aren’t just rapping on a beat, they can, but they can also kill the hooks.
Also they have a Kickstarter going for a new video so I want to link that first, and then check out the video for Abigail and their new This Old World. This Old World isn’t a bad drop, just didn’t feel the hook that much.
But if you want to donate, and you do because good music is worth funding! Then jump over to Kickstarter and make any donation that you can…
02. Money Dance (Feat. The-Dream)
03. We Gon Make It
04. Bill Gates
05. Money And Powder
06. Geechi Liberace
07. Icon (Feat. Anthony Hamiltion)
08. World’s Finest (Feat. Meek Mill)
09. Drive A Nigga Crazy
10. Turn Ya Back (Feat. Gucci Mane, Meek Mill And Whole Slab)
11. Knights Of The Templar
12. Take Advantage (Feat. Future)
13. Beautiful Lie (Feat. Wale)
14. She Wanna Fuck (Feat. August Alsina)
15. Bel Air
16. 2 Shots
17. Dead Rappers
San Joaquin Memorial High School student was arrested after referencing a violent Eminem track on Instagram.
The 15-year-old boy from Fresno, California had written “I take seven kids from Columbine, stand ’em all in a line, add an AK-47, a revolver, a nine, a MAC-11 and it oughtta solve the problem of mine. And that’s a whole school of bullies shot up all at one time. I’m just like Shady and just as crazy as the world was over this whole Y2K thing.” The lyrics are from Slim Shady’s “I’m Back,” a record off “The Marshall Mathers LP” released in 2000. “I’m Back” references the tragic massacre at Columbine High School in 1999 that left 12 students and one teacher dead after two seniors shot them and later turned the guns on themselves.
School officials reached out to authorities who arrested the student Monday night (Aug. 31). Upon arrival at his home Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer says they seized a replica AK-47 Airsoft rifle, a handgun, a .357 Magnum revolver, a 12-gauge shotgun and ammunition. A hidden bulletproof vest was later found in the subfloor of a closet, but both the boy and his father claim they had no knowledge of the guns ever being in the home.
Principals at his current and former schools, San Joaquin Memorial High and St. Anthony’s Catholic School, respectively, cancelled classes Tuesday due to safety precautions.
Dyer says the teen is currently in custody and will undergo a mental health evaluation. “These are really all of the things we look for in individuals that historically have been involved in incidents like Columbine,” he reported. “So we’re very fortunate that this was brought to our attention. We have every reason to believe that he was reaching out for help….The weapons were present. The ammunition was present. Perhaps even the mindset was present to carry out those threats.” Dyer also noted the boy’s mother passed from an undisclosed illness last year, “he recently broke up with his girlfriend, he quit the football team, and he was doing poorly in school.”
His family says the 15-year-old was “a quiet kid with a circle of six to seven friends,” according to his lawyer, Linden Lindahl.
Supamodel Joelee is a Hip Hop/Dancehall Reggae artist. Her colorful lyrics, and her savvy flow and delivery are her trademark. Her range, fierceness and versatility help her bring across in her music sounds that no artists have ever been able to fully master. Supamodel Joelee is able to fuse two of the most dynamic cultures, and she does it well. She proclaims, “I’m bringing hip hop back to its roots, which is dancehall reggae”. Being from Kingston, Jamaica and base in New York City, Supamodel Joelee is able to draw the best influences from both genres.
Supamodel Joelee realized she had an unwavering love for the sound of music and instruments at a very young age. She remembers going to church with her grandmother and listening to her sing, and being fascinated by the sound of the tambourine. “I think my big voice comes from my grandmother’s influences. She had one of the loudest singing voices I have ever heard.”
By her teen years Supamodel Joelee began writing poems that turned into songs. She carried a hardcover book and pen where ever she went, and would blurt out singing to whomever would listen. She also entered several local talent shows. “Growing up, there was so much turmoil in my life, and music was my saving grace (safe haven). I didn’t have a television, so I kept myself entertained with writing and singing”. Supamodel Joelee was faced with many adversities on the journey to her music career, but she was not deterred. She knew she was destined for great things.
In her late teen, Supamodel Joelee started a career in modeling while simultaneously pursuing a music career. “Being on stage for the first time at a fashion runway show, I was electrified… finally somewhere I belong”. At that moment she realized that she loved being on stage, and fell head over heels with entertaining people.
Supamodel Joelee’s music career turned professional in 2008 when she signed with music label DAGCK. DAGCK saw her potential as an artist with worldwide marketable attributes. Living in Jamaica, her immediate influence in sound was Dancehall Reggae. Therefore, before her music would first be introduced to markets outside of Jamaica, Supamodel Joelee knew she needed a fresh new sound that compliments her Supamodel image. That led to her fusing Hip Hop with Dancehall Reggae.
Supamodel Joelee first showcased her complimentary rap/dancehall reggae style and flow with the release of “Model Chic” in 2012. “Model Chic” was well received by DJs, radio stations, and music listeners; most of whom often described Supamodel Joelee as being “different and unique”. In 2013, a Model Chic promotional tour was launched across southern and northeastern United States. During 2014, she spent most of her time writing, recording and honing her craft.
In summer 2015, Supamodel Joelee released her latest single “PFAT” produced by DAGCK and DJ D Live. “PFAT” is sexy, yet powerful, and allows women to feel good about themselves while “twerking” out in the clubs or at home. “PFAT” has been generating a buzz on social media, and an official video directed by Mills Miller has been released. “PFAT” official video is sexy and captivating, and is sure to leave you in euphoric awe.
Supamodel Joelee is currently in the studio working on several singles to be released in fall 2015 and spring 2016. These releases are a step closer to her ultimate goal of releasing her mixtape or EP.
Supamodel Joelee declares, “I do music for everyone! No matter where you’re from you should be able to rock-out to one of my songs. I am coming with fire so be prepare”.
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The long-delayed “Big Pimpin” lawsuit is finally set to be underway and defendant Jay Z is taking no chances when it boils down to coming out-of-pocket (more than he’s supposed to).
TMZ is reporting that the megastar rapper born Shawn Carter is asking a judge to disallow the future jury from glancing into his finances and his criminal history in order to have their opinions being swayed as the case develops.
To backtrack for those not in the know, the sampled foundation behind Jay Z and Timbaland’s 1999 smash hit was a 1960s Egyptian song titled “Khosara Khosara,” and the artist’s heir, Abdel Halim Hafez, is claiming the Hip-Hop pair not only infringed on the copyright of the record, but lyrically used it in a demeaning way.
The case has been eight years in the making and will finally go to court in October, where Jay Z is expected to testify.
Carter, easily one of the most successful–commercially and financially–Hip-Hop artists to ever grace a mic, values at net worth of $550 million according to a very recent Forbes report. Allowing a prosecutor to paint the picture that he got rich stealing from unknown artists would spell a certain doom for the case. On the contrary, the plaintiff is claiming that since Jay Z “stole” the “Big Pimpin” sample, his criminal past is very much on the table here.
We’re guessing an out-of-court settlement is also out?
The Weeknd just released his album Beauty Behind The Madness a few days ago. Abel was at the VMAs where he performed “I Can’t Feel My Face” and to describe it in one word, hot. Get your copy on iTunes here.
Young Dro is in trouble after “borrowing” a car from a stripper and taking it for a wild joyride.
Earlier this year, the polo wearing rapper asked his naked friend to lend him her Cadillac. She agreed, on the condition he pick her up after her shift at the Pink Pony in Atlanta.
But when she was done getting money tossed at her, Young Dro was nowhere to be found. So she triggered her ride’s OnStar and located the vehicle in a parking lot. When she arrived to pick it up, there was no Young Dro. But there were some cops, who’d also just come looking for the car.
Apparently, the Cadi had been observed driving wildly a little earlier in the evening. The cops searched the parked car and found a stolen gun and some weed. Contraband that was now pinned on the stripper, even though she says she had nothing to do with it.
Furious that Dro would get her into this kind of trouble, she filed grand theft auto charges against him once she made bail, and now he’s been arrested.
Earlier this week, Miley Cyrus had some harsh words for Nicki Minaj and her general demeanor.
We joked that things could get intense between the two pop stars during tonight’s VMAs.
It turns out it did. After taking the VMA for Best Rap Video for ‘Anaconda’, Nicki turned her attention to host Miley.
“Back to this bitch that had a lot to say about me the other day in the press; Miley, what’s good?” Nicki wondered.
Obviously it was stqged…