Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Live Bradshaw Releases By Accident On Purpose

The abstract mastermind of hip hop producer / songwriter Live Bradshaw has been the secret of the underground hip hop world for nearly 6 years, however many are beginning to take notice of the Harlem Native as he continues to build presence from notable performances and online music streams. 

Bradshaw is a powerful mind that utilizes current resources in such ingenious style; he prides in being self sufficient from putting together instrumental sound all the way down to mixing and mastering his own songs to the best of his ability. A passionate and spiritual individual, Bradshaw's signature style contain a blend of clever wordplay, catchy hooks, over one of his soulful super sonic sounding beats.

 Bradshaw continues to perfect his craft in order to become the best reflection of himself as possible, though he may always feel his artistry is incomplete he continues to prove elasticity in his art.
He's been hinting at  a major project when he released commercials and visuals for  a tracklist

 All of this talent has come to this moment as he has released a hot yoga flame mixtape called "By Accident On Purpose" which contains some of the dopest beats you will ever hear produced By Bradshaw AKA YAWEH WATERS and some deep verses mixed with spiritual concepts...peep the mixtape released on Soundcloud and Youtube below...

World Premiere A-Thug "Thats Epic" Music Video Harlem New York


heroic or grand in scale or character.particularly impressive or remarkable.

A Thug is an American Hip Hop artist from Harlem New York and he has returned with some more dope visuals for his new song "Thats Epic". Consistently on his grind "Thats Epic" highlights some of the accomplishments that A-thug has had in his career and tells tales of future exploits that will raise his legend to epic proportions. Peep the video below and experience the epicness for yourself.

Also Check out a single on his exclusive mixtape A Thug V Young Thug below

Drug Gang Taken Down at East Harlem's AK Houses, Prosecutors Say


Officials conducted a 10-month investigation into the drug operations by an East Harlem gang, in which 17 members were indicted.  
Officials conducted a 10-month investigation into the drug operations by an East Harlem gang, in which 17 members were indicted.

HARLEM — A drug trafficking gang that ran crack through East Harlem's AK Houses has been taken down after a 10-month investigation, the city's top narcotics prosecutor said.

The operation led to the arrest of 17 members of the gang “No Sleep Get Money, or “N$GM,”  for “round-the-clock narcotics sales” at the private housing complex on 128th and Lexington Avenue, officials said.

Charges include conspiracy and criminal sale of a controlled substance.

“Finding decent affordable housing is challenging enough for low-income Manhattan residents without facing daily threats posed by warring gangs and around the clock drug trafficking," said Bridget G. Brennan, the city’s special narcotics prosecutor.

“AK Houses provides desperately needed subsidized housing, but became the site of multiple shootings and nonstop drug dealing, putting hard working families in peril.” 

The NYPD began the investigation — dubbed “Operation Insomnia” — in November 2015 in response to community complaints about drug sales and shootings in the area, officials said.

At least five shootings took place in front of the AK Houses over the past year, officials said.

The gang sold crack in the lobbies, hallways and stairwells of the AK Houses, officials said.

At all hours of the day and night, gang members met with customers on sidewalks in front of the housing complex, playgrounds, three public schools and a charter school, officials said.

The gang also sold crack cocaine to undercover officers on approximately 20 occasions, with the majority of these transactions set up by cell phone, officials said.

Officials also seized two firearms during the investigation. On Sept. 15, police seized a .38 caliber firearm and a .9mm firearm from an apartment in the AK Houses from Matthew Jones, one of the gang members, officials said.

The guns, along with cocaine and drug paraphernalia, were recovered from inside a dresser drawer in a bedroom where a 1-year-old and three other children were present, which prompted charges of unlawfully dealing with a child and possession of an illegal firearm, officials said.

Friday, September 9, 2016



The rapper Desiigner has been arrested for pointing a gun at another motorist outside the Lincoln Tunnel in Midtown, police said Friday.

Desiigner, whose real name is Sidney Royel Selby, was driving into Manhattan from New Jersey when he got into an argument with a motorist driving behind his Cadillac Escalade at W. 42nd St. and Eighth Ave. about 9:10 p.m. Thursday, police said. The arrest was first reported by TMZ.

Desiigner allegedly flicked a lit cigarette at the other motorist, then waved a gun at him and took off, police said.

The startled motorist took down Desiigner’s license plate number and called 911, police said. The rapper and five friends riding in his car were stopped across town at W. 42nd St. and Third Ave.

Cops searched the car and found the gun, oxycontin pills and other drugs, officials said.

Desiigner was handcuffed on weapons charges, menacing and drug possession with intent to sell.

Four other people in the car were also arrested. Charges were pending against them.

Desiigner, a native of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, is known for his single, “Panda,” which rose to No. 1 in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in April. In February, he signed with Kanye West’s label Good Music.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016


Drake vs. Meek Mill, easily last year’s biggest beef in hip-hop. It was an event, a war that has affected both sides, and now after a year of madness, there’s a chance the war is finally coming to an end.

At DJBooth, we pride ourselves on reporting the facts, normally we would completely ignore the rumor mill, but this morning a rumor caught our attention concerning the Drake and Meek Mill beef. According to Drink Champs podcaster and veteran rapper N.O.R.E, Drake and Rick Ross met to finally squash any remaining issue between the two rappers. This isn’t some sketchy source; I think we all can agree that N.O.R.E is credible. He isn’t the type to spread gossip and nonsense. If N.O.R.E's source is correct, if Ross and Drake truly met up to ceasefire on both sides, this could be a pretty big deal.

Rick Ross and Drake’s relationship has been solid since Drake was ushered into the spotlight. Ross and the entire Cash Money/Young Money camp have been thick as thieves, Drake being their top prospect connected him to the biggest boss like extended family. There was one point that Ross and Drake were even working on a mixtape together. It doesn’t surprise me that Rozay would be the one to play a vital role in squashing the drama between Meek and Drake. I’m actually surprised he didn’t step in sooner. His stance the entire time has felt like he straddled the fence without leaning too heavily on one side. Even when shade was thrown in Drake’s direction, it never felt like the two were loading up lyrical bullets to end one another.

I believe that the timing of this rumor is very important to the story. Meek Mill is gearing up to release Dreamchasers 4 - his first full-length project since the beef started. It’s imperative that Meek returns strong. I would never say that Drake ended his career, but he did harm his momentum. Since rap is in a constant state of change, momentum can be the difference between staying in the spotlight and fading to black. Missing your moment can close the casket on being the next big artist. Meek was in a great position before the beef begun, Dreamchasers 4 is his chance to regain his footing, and the last thing he needs is to be fighting an old foe.

Drake dissing Meek during his show in Philly was proof things weren’t completely cooled over. Also, the reaction from Meek’s bodyguards/goons/bodygoons proved that the other side was still equally as antsy to prove something. The fire hasn’t completely burned out, even after a year of blazing. It’s better that the two squash things and move and amicably. There’s nothing left to gain. This beef is nothing more than poking a dying cow. Let it die and let two careers live.

The rap world is big enough for Meek and Drake, the two should realize that by now.

Sunday, September 4, 2016

copyright convo


Completely out of the blue, Nicki Minaj has just unveiled a brand new song. The track, titled "The Pinkprint Freestyle" is spun over Young MA's recent hit "Ooouuu."

The new track opens with a shout out from Minaj to her mentor Lil Wayne. "Young Money! Shout out to Lil Wayne for signing a little chick from Queens," she says. Then she says, "Young ma, its the female Jay Z," which could either be taken as play on Young M.A.'s name, or just a big up to herself and her place as the biggest female rapper in the game. After that, Nicki goes into vintage killer mode and drops atom bomb lines like, "I'm dragging these hoes like Harambe did the kid," and "Don't ever talk about Nicki in the past tense / Unless I flop past that ass in a fast Benz." It concludes with what sounds like possibly another song that may be released at a later date.

Drake's CHILD PLAY video drops on APPLE MUSIC Feat Tyra Banks

Drake is sure keeping busy this long holiday weekend and in the midst of his “Summer Sixteen Tour,” the Toronto rapper has unleashed his new music video for “Childs Play.”

The latest release comes off his chart-topping album Views, as the 12-minute clip features Tyra Banks, who plays his girlfriend.

Co-directed by Drizzy and Spiff TV, the video finds the model-actress and the 6 God playing a couple but then Tyra finds out that Drizzy is cheating on her and things get a tad bit crazy.

Watch the “Child’s Play” video unfold below.

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