Posts Tagged ‘Rapper’

(NEW HEAT) Breadman ft. G-Hustler – “Big Bags” (VIDEO)

Tuesday, January 9th, 2018

Breadman‘s kicking off 2018 on a strong note, this time with new visuals to his “Big Bags” joint featuring G-Hustler.

HKMG‘s CEO and flagship artist Breadman made a lot of noise in 2017. He vows to make 2018 an even liver year for not only his career, but the HKMG brand. This Houston native is a well-known entrepreneur who strives to bring brand visibility to his endeavors. He finished out 2017 with his “Dirty Money” track, featuring Houston crooner Eddie Coke, with the visuals filmed/directed by the legend himself, Mr. Boomtown.

Suffice it to say the lively “Big Bags” video will help to solidify his place among stakeholders Down South!

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(NEW HEAT) Lucki Lew ft. Tweeday – “My Lil Yeah”

Tuesday, January 9th, 2018

2018 is set to be a banner year from New Orleans’ own Phreedom Records. “My Lil Yeah” is the newest offering from the label’s flagship artist Lucki Lew. The single features Tweeday, one of Louisiana’s premiere up and coming artists. It’s sure to be a solid hit, in the clubs and beyond!

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Rapper Who Allegedly Murdered His Mother to Plead Not Guilty

Friday, January 24th, 2014

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Young QC (born Qaw’mane Wilson) the rapper from Chicago who is current facing murder charges after allegedly orchestrating his mother’s death is said to be plead not guilty, says his lawyer Stephen L. Richards. “We don’t have to tell anybody any more than that right now — just not guilty,” he added. Young QC’s next court date is set for Feb. 7.

His mother, Yolanda Holmes was the successful owner of a popular Chicago hair salon. Police say that Young QC wanted to get his hands on the more than $90,000 in her bank accounts, and to also have access to the two life insurance policies she had that he was a beneficiary of.

After an investigation, Young QC was arrested and charged with murder and home invasion in the death of his mother. As for Eugene Spencer, the alleged hit man in this case, he received charges of first degree murder, as well as home invasion and aggravated discharge of a firearm. Phone records showed that Young QC contacted Spencer and Johnson before, after and even during the murder.

Young Jeezy Arrested

Tuesday, January 21st, 2014

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Rapper Young Jeezy was just busted by cops outside Atlanta — and booked for obstructing police officers … TMZ has learned.

Law enforcement sources tell us Jeezy — aka Jay Wayne Jenkins — was arrested in Alpharetta … after cops responded to an alarm call at his girlfriend’s home … it’s unclear who or what triggered the alarm.

When cops arrived on scene … we’re told Jeezy was uncooperative with officers, refusing to identify himself, and cussing them out.

We’re told Jeezy told the officer who asked for his name and ID, “F**k you, I ain’t telling you” — and he attempted to pull away when cops were slapping the cuffs on him.

Source TMZ

The Game’s Birthday Turns Violent During Bloody Street Fight

Thursday, November 28th, 2013

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Rapper The Game was celebrating his 34th birthday at LA’s popular nightclub Supperclub when things got a little crazy. Allegedly, before entering the club, a fellow female partier put on a sexy “twerk” show for the “Hate it or Love it” emcee while he was chilling in his car.

Looks like a pretty good time… until that same twerking woman got into a huge cat fight with another girl. According to TMZ, the two women started fighting over a man. Yelling led to hair-pulling, and soon there was a full-out street brawl.

Claws were out, cleavage was exposed, and one of the fighters was left beaten and bloody. The cops eventually showed-up, and at least one of the ladies was arrested.

Watch the full, uncensored video of the brawl above!

(NEW MUSIC) Jim Jones – ‘Awareness’

Saturday, November 23rd, 2013

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Rapper and star of his own successful VH-1 reality show, Jim Jones drops a new hit featuring Trav. Join the Vampire Life Movement and download his song “Awareness” today. Link is below.

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DOWNLOAD “AWARENESS”: Download Clean & Dirty

 

Update: On Trill Ent LiL Phat Murder

Saturday, June 9th, 2012

Rapper was shot and killed in a hospital parking garage on Thursday night.

The shooting happened on the second level of the parking deck at Northside’s Woman’s Center.

The gunshots came from outside the car, through the back window and he was struck several times,” said Rose.

Vernell later died. Rose said the 19-year-old was also known as Lil’ Phat.

People who know Vernell said that his girlfriend was pregnant with their second child. However, hospital officials had not established a connection between Vernell and any of their patients.

Sandy Spring police said they could not release information as to why Vernell was at the hospital.

Police said two men were seen running from the hospital after the shooting.

He had been arrested earlier this year for allegedly driving a stolen car.

Anyone with information regarding the shooting is urged to contact the Sandy Springs Police Department.

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GARRY COLEMAN: Discovering the keys to life

Monday, January 16th, 2012

“Love is where we need to start.  The Lord Jesus is the answer and he told us to love one another and the youth today lack in that area. I know the answer seems simple, but without love the youth today will continue to face a harsh reality.  It does not matter what the cost, but we need to find a way to help our children, in any way possible.  There’s no price on a human life and with all the technological advances in the world today we still have not solved the equation of love versus hate.” – Garry Coleman

Today is a good of a day as any to feature entertainer, Garry Coleman. In fact, today is probably the perfect day to feature Garry. You see, today is the day that we, as a nation, celebrate the life and works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a man of God who tempered wisdom and Christian values, to try to right the wrongs of humanity. Garry does that same type of work, albeit in a much quieter way.

The Heat first met Garry right before the 2011 Essence Music Festival that is held the first weekend of July in New Orleans, Louisiana and right after he had gotten a deal with Island/Def Jam, a hefty accomplishment for a music artist from South Louisiana. Due to scheduling conflicts, we weren’t able to get an interview with him at the time, but that may just have been for a good reason.

In September, Garry was struck with a debilitating disease called Bell’s Palsy. Garry’s condition is improving and he has come a long way since the Bell’s Palsy diagnosis, but now he has an even more important story to tell – one of faith and courage and how God can work in your life and use anyone as a positive example for the greater good.

Garry is a rapper from the Greater New Orleans area. He has such a compelling story to tell – one that we believe the world needs to hear. Through his artistry, he tells a story that has a positive and inspiring message – take a look:

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Tell us about yourself & your music that has such an important message?

GARRY COLEMAN: I am a 27 year old Christian rapper born and raised in the Dutch Bayou section of Reserve, Louisiana, (25 minutes from New Orleans).  I have two young sons Naseem (6) and Raheem (4) with my wife Dionne of 4 years, as we are expecting our next bundle of joy in the coming months.  I’m overjoyed to present to the world my debut album called “The Discovery of Life”.  It focuses on the decisions we are faced with as teenagers going into young adulthood, the consequences/circumstances of the actions we took, and the salvation we received from Jesus Christ.  I speak on abortion, drugs, alcoholism, denying the Lord Jesus Christ, redemption, etc. This album has a twist at every corner and we purposely added some special twists that the audience will have to listen for.


THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Growing up, who inspired you the most & why?

GARRY COLEMAN: My mother was my main inspiration because I never saw a person work as hard as she did.  She made sure my sister and I never went without.  I once knew her to have three jobs at one time.  Seeing that made it natural for me to go to go to high school, a trade school, and hold down a full time job at the same time. She showed what real hustling is, because she never complained about anything. She just did what was necessary and I always admired that drive and tried to imitate that.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Who were your musical influences?

GARRY COLEMAN: My musical influences back in the day range from Nas, Jay, and Kanye, to Mary J. and Alicia Keyes, Korn, the old No Limit and Cash Money, Erykah Badu, Jill Scott, Common – the list can go on and on.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What do you do in your spare time? What do you do for fun?

GARRY COLEMAN: I love to travel with the family – vacation time is the best time. My wife and I are big on television and movies.  I love watching sports – football, basketball, and boxing are my favs.  I love to eat and enjoy spending time with my family.  I am also big on reading and videography.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Where do you hope to see your career in the next few years?

GARRY COLEMAN: I really do not know.  I will let the Lord guide my steps in the proper direction when it comes to making sound career moves.  Right now it’s all about “The Discovery of Life” album.  If the Lord gives me the vision to move forward after this into another album, it would be “The Discovery of Life 2”, because this album ends when a certain discovery is made, but it does not necessarily mean the struggle is over.  I am in a great place in my career right now and can only go upward from here.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: How did growing up in the Greater New Orleans area influence your music?

GARRY COLEMAN: Well, New Orleans is rich in music, but primarily the underground rap scene in New Orleans taught me the music business.  It’s all about who you know and if you do not have some money to spend, you will have to get in the back of the line when it comes to getting support.  Only the bounce artists are in a high demand because that’s what made the women come to the clubs and the men want to go where the women are.  The local scene for the rappers is a struggle like none other in and around the N.O., but you have an ear for good music when you frequently hear brass bands, jazz, gospel, bounce, and rap fused together like it is in the city.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Where do you think need we need to start in order to stop the violence that is plaguing our youth?

GARRY COLEMAN: Love is where we need to start.  The Lord Jesus is the answer and he told us to love one another and the youth today lack in that area. I know the answer seems simple, but without love the youth today will continue to face a harsh reality.  It does not matter what the cost, but we need to find a way to help our children, in any way possible.  There’s no price on a human life and with all the technological advances in the world today we still have not solved the equation of love versus hate.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: If you could meet one person, living or deceased, who would it be & why?

GARRY COLEMAN: Well, I would want to see my earthly father again.  I feel like he never had the opportunity to share a great moment with me. He was not able to see me graduate high school or get married and unfortunately, he only saw one of his grandchildren.  So If I could, I would like to spend a little bit more time with him.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Keep your eyes and ears focused on Garry Coleman, a young man making some serious moves, in and out of the music world. He also seems to have some of the answers to the world’s questions that keep us pondering where and how to make our next move. Check him out – you will be glad you did.

(EXCLUSIVE) PALLO DA JIINT: No Limit Forever (VIDEO)

Sunday, January 8th, 2012

In the 1990’s, a musical dynasty rose to power – one that was responsible for catapulting many New Orleans area music artists and industry professionals into the limelight. Though many of the artists signed to No Limit Records were already regionally known, the label caused those “No Limit Soldiers” to become internationally known troops.

To this day, those artists put out some of the most memorable music ever to be heard and they most definitely helped shape and put the stamp on Down South music.

The “colonel” of the original No Limit Records was none other than Percy “Master P” Miller himself, who built the label from the ground up. The label has been rebuilt and remixed and is now known as No Limit Forever, with the reigns being handed over to Master P’s son, popular entertainer Romeo Miller. Together with his team, No Limit Forever is rising to the next level.

No Limit Forever is coming with new artists, new material and a fresh new look, as they prepare to take 2012 by storm. Its lineup includes a lot of new faces, as well as underground legend and New Orleans native, Pallo Da Jiint.

Pallo Da Jiint has been a sought after artist for quite some time, having done features with countless legends. Part of underground hit group, Street Runners, Pallo parlayed his talent into quite a successful indie career. His talent really came to light following Hurricane Katrina, when he was featured on one of the most heartfelt Katrina dedications, “Long Way From Home” by Roi “Chip” Anthony. Anthony is a veteran in the music industry and when those two came together on that song, it was musical magic. For anybody who experienced Katrina or was close to the situation, it was an accurate expression of what it truly was to “miss” New Orleans.

To say Pallo Da Jiint is a busy man these days, is quite an understatement. The Heat slowed Pallo down long enough to get an interview – here’s what he had to say:

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Tell our readers who Pallo Da Jiint is?

PALLO DA JIINT: Pallo Da Jiint aka Giant – yesssiiiirrrr! I’m a native of New Orleans’ Mid City/Carrolton Avenue area. Can’t say much, but I am New Orleans to the tenth power. To the readers that know, I was born at Hotel Dieu Hospital. That pretty much rapp that up. I’m strong, driven and determined and wit a swagger like “whoa” – now it’s a rapp!!!

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What new projects are you currently working on?

PALLO DA JIINT: Well, back in 2011, I was working on my second solo indie album, “Better Believe It”, That Street Runner Life! But, I got pleasantly interrupted by my now boss “Master P” and “Roi Chip Anthony” to pack up and let’s make history speech, so guess what I did? Pulled the plug on the indie work and got ready for the majors. Master P flew me and Chip to L.A. and let me loose in the Batcave and now, we’re gettin ready to drop multiple major mixtapes, for one – the Master P Mixtape “TMZ” – Too Many Zeroes. I have a record on there called “DUMBSH%*” that’s beating the streets up rite now. This movement gonna turn the Hip Hop scene in and out. My mixtape titled, “Dat Heat Rock” My Whip Game Sick will be droppin in the spring. Let me tell ya – SMH to the old and get ready for the new 2012 is No Limit Forever Time. Sorry Rap Game for the interruption. Like they say, “What goes around come back like Holidays and Birthdays!”


THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What new projects are you currently working on? How does it feel to be on board with the new version of what was one of the greatest labels ever?

PALLO DA JIINT: All I can say about my No Limit Forever Fam is like how the fans feel – to enjoy the endless projects, movies, tours, clothing, television show, BBTV Network – about anything you can imagine in entertainment from us from 2012 on. As to how I feel – one word – “Blessed” – that all the work and sacrifice I put in for years, finally came around to help create the Biggest Comeback in Hip Hop History. In my Master P voice, “I Can Smell The Money” until I have “TMZ” – too many zeroes. Leggo!!!

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Growing up, who were your musical influences?

PALLO DA JIINT: For me, New Orleans rap artists from 1988-2001, from Master P of course, Gregory D to Pimp Daddy, Magnolia Slim, Lokee, U.N.L.V, and R.I.P to my homie, Tim Smooth, and the ones who started and influenced the two biggest labels in the Hip Hop game from New Orleans – No Limit Forever  and Cash Money Records. There’s not a person from anywhere in the country – better yet the world – who hasn’t heard music from any one of these labels. Now, if that’s not influence, I don’t know what is!!!

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: As we understand it, you’re very multi-faceted. Also, you’ve done features with a lot of legends – tell us about that.

PALLO DA JIINT: As for me, I’m not just an artist. I also produce, engineer, do computer graphics, video editing, promotion including concert promoting, and I’m also an actor. I’ve worked with a lot of entertainers. To name a few, the whole entire No Limit Fam, Master P, Lil Wayne, BG, Magnolia Chop, B Real, the Late Great Pimp C, and my brother from another mother “Roi Chip Anthony”, just to name a few!!!

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What can we expect to see from you in the next several years?

PALLO DA JIINT: What you can expect from me? Street Runner Music and No Limit Forever is History being made – a whole new breath of fresh air, filling the void that’s been missing in Hip Hop, RnB, Pop – in the ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY PERIOD!!! 2012 is here now. It’s time to change the game!!! NLF………………………

EDITOR’S NOTE: Be on the lookout for Pallo Da Jiint & No Limit Forever. They’re making big moves in the entertainment industry once again! You can follow Pallo Da Jiint on the following social media outlets:

FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pallodajiint

NO LIMIT FOREVER: http://www.nolimitforever.com/

TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/pallodajiint

YOU TUBE: http://youtu.be/qy4hfMUw58I