Posts Tagged ‘two songs’

50 Cent Weighs In On Kanye Calling Kim K “Perfect”

Friday, August 10th, 2012

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have become far more serious than many people thought they would at the beginning of their relationship. He has gone on to record two songs about her, “Way Too Cold”, and his most recent one “Perfect B*tch”. Kanye confirmed recently on Twitter that the song is about Kim.

50 Cent was asked about his opinion on Kanye considering Kim to be “perfect” and whether or not 50 believes there is such a thing as a “perfect” woman in this world, during a recent interview with XXL Mag. 50 was respectful in his answer when he stated:

“I mean…if that man feel like she perfect, then she’s perfect. He could mean it and you’ll end up singing the words to it because he’s Kanye. You know how it is? One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. “[Is there a perfect chick?] I’m not sure. The smartest guys I know have lost being a bad judge of character in that area.”

Joe Budden arrested in New York

Friday, March 30th, 2012

New York, NY– There was a packed house at New York City’s Best Buy Theatre, but when Slaughterhouse took the stage on Thursday night there was a notable vacancy. Two songs into Slaughterhouse’s set the quartet revealed that Jersey City rapper Joe Budden wouldn’t take part in the night’s festivities because he was arrested for a warrant stemming from a 2007 traffic violation.

Just a few minutes after 10 p.m. Joell Ortiz opened the show when he took the stage reciting his verse to the group’s fan-favorite “The Illest.” Long Beach, California MC Crooked I followed, but there was a visible absence. The DJ cued up “Sound Off” next and Royce da 5’9″ marched out spewing his patented Detroit venom, but with three quarters of the Slaughterhouse machine on stage, Joe Budden’s absence was glaring. It was then that Slaughterhouse announced their outspoken bandmate had been arrested by the NYPD.

In full support, the crowd began to shout “Joey, Joey, Joey,” without any prompting from Joell, Crook or Nickel Nine.

The group then went into a portion of their infamous 2011 B.E.T. Hip-Hop Award Show cypher. Joell spit his verse and then went into his solo underground gem “Hip-Hop.” Budden was missed, but the now-three-headed lyrical Shady Records monster carried on.

There was no “Pump It Up” or Mood Muzik verses, but Budden’s band of brothers still repped performing their solo hits as well as posse cuts like “Microphone” and “Hammer Dance.”

That didn’t stop the crowd from chanting for Joe Budden. “We love Joey too, chanting for him ain’t gonna get him outta jail,” Royce responded.