DJ Whoo Kid came up to Thisis50 and spoke with Young Jack Thriller on a few stories that went down in his life. In this video, Whoo Kid talks about cursing Big Pun out on the phone because he thought he was just a promoter, then later getting a gun pulled out on him by Pun himself.
Month: May 2015
Southpaw, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, will be hitting the big screen this July. Today we find out that Eminem and Paul Rosenberg have been plotting on the low, assembling the official soundtrack for the movie to capture the complete essence. Being involved since the inception to capture the sights and sounds of the motion picture, Paul Rosenberg believes this will be the one of the greatest boxing movies of all time. Today we get a brief glimpse of the soundtrack, a single titled “Phenomenal” (Prod. DJ Khalil) was unveiled today in a Beats by Dre advertisement with NBA’s Draymond Green. Check the commercial below, and stay tuned as more details are revealed pertaining the soundtrack.
Music from and inspired by the motion picture “Southpaw”
Promoting his album “Bush” with Pharrell, Snoop Dogg stopped by Shade 45 to chop it up with DJ Whoo Kid & Nickilishious. The 20-minute interview definitely has it’s fair share of gems, everything from his relationship to Suge Knight, to the upcoming “NWA Movie” and who he wished would’ve been casted for his role, and the upcoming Presidential Election with his thoughts on Hillary Clinton.
The writer and activist dream hampton — in a series of quickly deleted tweets — that Jay-Z and Beyonce have quietly put up the money to bail protesters out of jail in Ferguson and in Baltimore, and that they have been essential backers of the #blacklivesmatter movement.
dream hampton — social justice organizer, writer, and award-winning filmmaker — just unloaded an enlightening, reality-checking series of tweets. Speaking on the current difficulties surrounding protests, hampton pointed to one of the most damaging wars being waged against black resistance — a financial stronghold. “Protest is literally punished with tariffs,” hampton tweeted.
The Decoded contributor also spoke openly about Jay Z’s numerous private contributions to the resistance, indirectly confronting the constant flurry of detractors who repeatedly hurl claims of hypocrisy at Jay and Beyoncésurrounding their perceived silence on the issues surrounding Ferguson,Baltimore, and protests in general. In short, the Carters have — according to dream hampton — privately donated large amounts of money to ease the burden of posting bail for protestors, as well as other equally impactful donations that are simply “too much to list.”