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    Rae Quigley is from Albany, NY and currently resides in Orlando, FL where she received a BS in Music Business and an MA in Public Relations from Full Sail University. Rae is an entertainment reviewer and pop culture blogger at She is a lover of all things entertainment, the 90s, puppies and zombies.

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    10 Greatest Hip-Hop Beefs

    June 4th, 2014

    10 Greatest Hip-Hop Beefs
    In no particular order…

    Shady Aftermath vs Murder Inc


    This feud started when Ja Rule saw 50 Cent hanging out with a guy who had once robbed him, so Ja took to a track to diss 50. The beef spread from there, involving entire labels. One of the more infamous aspects of this feud was when Ja Rule said Eminem’s daughter’s name on one of his tracks. It quickly spiraled from there.

    Lil’ Kim vs Nicki Minaj


    Lil’ Kim was great back in the day, but years went by and then Nicki Minaj came onto the scene. The entire beef was about how Lil’ Kim felt that Nicki was copying her style, and Nicki denied it. According to Nicki, she saw Kim at a Lil’ Wayne show and tried to squash the beef. That, to her face, Kim claimed that they were good. Yet on her track “Roman’s Revenge”, Nicki makes a comment about has-beens that most assumed was about Kim. Kim then called Nicki a gimmick and a wannabe. Classic.

    Nas vs Jay-Z


    Nas vs. Jay Z is one of the more famous of all hip-hop feuds. This beef started shortly after the East Coast/West Coast problems when Jay Z said in a line “Ask Nas, he don’t want it with Hov, No!” The beef escalated from there and lasted over 5 years before resolving in 2006. Since then, Jay Z and Nas have featured on each other’s tracks, and Jay Z even joined Nas during his stage at Coachella this year.

    Kanye West vs Ray J


    Everyone knows about Ray J and Kim Kardashian’s former relationship. Yet when Kim and Kanye got together, Ray J wanted to make sure that no one forgot it. Ray released a song called “Hit It First” which featured a pixelated image of Kim in a bikini on the artwork. Kanye fired back while on ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’, calling Ray J “lame”. Even recently, it was reported that Ray J was going to give Kimye, as a wedding present, all of the proceeds from his sex tape with Kim.

    Frank Ocean vs Chris Brown


    Last year, shortly before The Grammys, Chris Brown and Frank Ocean got into a fight outside of a Los Angeles studio – allegedly over a parking space. Some say that Chris started the beef by throwing homophobic slurs at Frank, while others say that Chris tried to shake Frank’s hand and Frank started the fight because Chris was at his studio, in his parking space. Later that night Frank took to Twitter to claim that he was jumped by Chris, but we might never know how this fight was truly started.

    Eazy E vs Dr Dre


    Both Eazy-E and Dre were members of NWA before they disbanded. It was a nasty breakup, and the two traded diss tracks. Eazy claimed that Dre never really lived through the “harsh realities” of the hood. Eazy then rapped about Dre dressing in drag while a member of World Class Wrecking Cru’. He even put out an image of Dre in mascara and high heels.

    2Pac vs Biggie


    This was the beef that involved an entire country, pitting coasts against each other. It started when Tupac was shot down while in New York, ultimately blaming Biggie and Diddy for the attack. While this is undoubtedly the most notorious hip-hop beef, the one that affected the most amount of people, ended in worst ways. Both Tupac and Biggie were shot and killed within 6 months of each other.

    LL Cool J vs Canibus


    LL and Canibus had a lyrical feud, starting over lines that Canibus put on the track “4, 3, 2, 1″. Canibus rapped “L, is that a mic on your arm? Let me borrow that.” When LL asked Canibus to change the lyrics, Canibus agreed as long as Cool J also changed his own lyrics. The two continued to trade insults, but Canibus sold less and less records and never achieved commercial success – some say in part because of his feud with Cool J.

    50 Cent vs The Game


    The Game was brought onto Aftermath Records, and then shortly after joined 50 Cent’s group, G-Unit. Tensions came to a head when 50 Cent’s second album was pushed back for the release of The Game’s debut album, followed by 50 refusing to sit next to The Game during his music video for “Hate It or Love It”. 50 Cent then announced that The Game was being removed from G-Unit on air, at the same station that The Game had done an interview for earlier in the day. When The Game tried to re-enter the building, a member of his entourage was shot in the leg by a security guard. The feud has continued, despite reconciliation attempts, and even as recently as march of this year Game had dissed 50.

    and my personal favorite…. Chief Keef vs Katy Perry


    In May of last year, Katy Perry took to Twitter to say that Chief Keef’s song “I Hate Bein’ Sober” gave her “serious doubt for the world”. Chief Keef saw the tweet, and responded by saying he would “slap the s–t out of her” along with some other vulgar things. Katy quickly recanted by saying she was a fan of his, didn’t know it was his song, and that she mostly meant she was disappointed in “our generation’s desire to be constantly intoxicated.” This was one of the most ridiculous beefs I’d ever witnessed, but hysterical just the same.

    Which beef do you think was the greatest? Who do you think won each beef? Let us know in the comments.

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    Do It For The Vine – Vining While Driving

    May 27th, 2014
    vine, driving

    More and more people are ’Doing it for the Vine‘, and these guys are no different.

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    This Week In Music History – May 25th – May 31st

    May 27th, 2014

    This Week in Music History – May 25 – May 31

    50 cent 21 questions

    The #1 songs of this week were:

    1994 – All-4-One – I Swear (20 years ago)
    2003 – 50 Cent – 21 Questions (11 years ago)
    2007 – T-Pain ft. Yung Joc – Buy U A Drank (7 years ago)

    May 25th

    In 1975, Lauryn Hill was born.

    In 2003, 50 Cent hit #1 with his second single, 21 Questions. The song stayed at #1 for four weeks.

    In 2005, Carrie Underwood won season four of American Idol. She went on to be one of the most successful American Idol contestant.

    May 26th

    In 1969, Lenny Kravitz was born as Leonard Albert Kravitz.

    In 1977, members of the band Kiss provided vials of their blood to be used in the red ink of their upcoming Marvel comic.

    In 1994, Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie-Presley (Elvis’ daughter) got married. They divorced a year later.

    In 2004, Fantasia Barrino won the third season of American Idol.

    May 27th

    In 1975, Andre 3000 of OutKast was born as André Lauren Benjamin.

    In 1989, De La Soul’s debut album “3 Feet High and Rising” hits #1 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop chart.

    In 2001, Lady Marmalade started a five-week run at #1. The song included Pink, Christina Aguilera, Mya, and Lil’ Kim.

    May 28th

    In 2000, Britney Spears went to #1 with her album “Oops… I did It Again”. She also went to #1 in 13 other countries.

    May 30th

    In 2000, Eminem’s second album “The Marshall Mathers LP” became the fastest selling rap album ever with 1.76 million copies in it’s first week.

    May 31st

    In 19998, Ginger Spice (Geri Halliwell) left the Spice Girls, officially ending the Girl Power era.

    Check out what happened in music history last week, April 18 – May 24th.

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    10 Best Hip Hop Movie Soundtracks

    May 20th, 2014

    10 Best Hip Hop Centered/Focus Movie Soundtracks
    In no particular order…

    8 Mile (2002)

    8 mile movie soundtrack

    8 Mile stars Eminem, Brittany Murphy and Kim Basinger. The movie is based on Eminem’s life. Artists on the soundtrack include Eminem, 50 Cent, Obie Trice and other members of Shady/Aftermath, with the lead song being “Lose Yourself”. You can buy the soundtrack on iTunes.

    Freedom Writers (2007)

    Freedom Writers Movie Soundtrack

    Freedom Writers, starring Hilary Swank, is about a teacher that pushes her students at an “at-risk school” to value their education and move beyond their hardships. Artists on the soundtrack include Will.I.Am, Cypress Hill, 2Pac and Common. You can buy the soundtrack on iTunes.

    The Wackness (2008)

    the wackness movie soundtrack

    The Wackness, starring Josh Peck, is set in 1994 and about a teenager selling Marijuana on the streets of New York. The movie is centered around hip hop during the 90s and features classics from R Kelly, Biggie, Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, and many others. You can buy the soundtrack on iTunes.

    Juice (1992)

    Juice Movie Soundtrack

    Juice, starring Tupac and Samuel L. Jackson, is about 4 inner-city teens that get caught up chasing power and happiness. Artists on the soundtrack include Naughty By Nature, Too $hort, and Big Daddy Kane. You can purchase the soundtrack on iTunes.

    New Jack City (1991)

    New Jack City Movie Soundtrack

    New Jack City stars Wesley Snipes, Chris Rock and Ice T. The movie is about a crime lord that rises to power and the police detective that fights to stop him. Artists on the soundtrack include 2 Live Crew, Queen Latifah, Color Me Badd and more. You can buy the soundtrack on iTunes.

    Belly (1998)

    Belly Movie Soundtrack

    Belly, starring DMX and Nas, is about two gangsters that end up having a spiritual awakening. The artists featured on the soundtrack include Ja Rule, DMX, Mya, and Jay-Z. You can purchase the soundtrack on iTunes.

    New Jersey Drive (1995)

    New Jersey Drive movie soundtrack

    New Jersey Drive, starring Sharron Corley and Gabriel Casseus, is about two teenagers that run into trouble when they steal a police car. Artists featured on the soundtrack include Redman, Heavy D and Coolio. You can purchase Volume 1 of the soundtrack on Amazon.

    Friday (1995)

    Friday Movie Soundtrack

    Friday, starring Ice Cube and Chris Tucker, is about two friends from Los Angeles hanging out on their porch on a Friday afternoon. Artists on the soundtrack include Dr. Dre, Cypress Hill, Scarface and others. You can purchase the soundtrack on Amazon.

    Murder Was The Case (1995)

    Murder Was The Case Movie Soundtrack

    Murder Was The Case, starring Snoop Doog, is about Snoop getting shot and making a deal with the devil to survive. The soundtrack includes songs from Snoop Dogg (then Snoop Doggy Dogg), Dr. Dre and Ice Cube. You can buy the soundtrack on Amazon.

    Rhyme & Reason (1997)

    Rhyme & Reason Movie Soundtrack

    Rhyme & Reason, stars several hip-hop artists like Too $hot, Da Brat and Diddy as themselves, and is about the world of hip-hop and is mostly interviews. The soundtrack features music from E-40, Lost Boys, and Master P. You can buy the soundtrack on iTunes.

    Do you have a favorite soundtrack? Let us know in the comments!

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    Do It For The Vine – What Really Happened Between Solange and Jay Z

    May 19th, 2014

    Do-it-for-the-vinejay-and-solangeMore and more people are ’Doing it for the Vine‘, and these guys are no different.

    So…. Bieber got a Vine.

    It’s basically a disaster.

    Dancing Alone

    Great Parenting

    In case you missed it, the action is the right side of the vine.

    Real Life Lagging

    They See Me Rollin’

    The Only Way To Eat Cereal

    What Really Happened Between Solange and Jay Z

    Check out some more crazy vine antics, like the Mother’s Day edition!

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    This Week in Music History – May 18 – May 24

    May 19th, 2014

    Bob MarleyThe #1 songs of this week were:

    1990 – Madonna – Vogue (24 years ago)
    1997 – Hanson – MMMBop (17 years ago)
    2004 – Usher – Burn (10 years ago)

    May 18th

    In 1999, The Backstreet Boys release their third album, Millennium.

    May 19th

    In 2009, Glee made its debut on Fox. Their cover of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” went to #4, and brought the original version back to the charts at #9.

    May 20th

    In 1972, Busta Rhymes was born.

    In 1985, The Apollo Theater reopens after extensive renovations.

    In 2009, Michael Jackson was supposed to start his “This Is It” tour, but pushed the dates back to July. He stated needing more rehearsal time as his reason for pushing the tour back. Unfortunately, Michael passed away shortly before the new tour dates.

    May 21st

    In 1972, Notorious B.I.G. was born.

    In 1981, Bob Marley was buried in St. Ann’s, Jamaica with state honors.

    In 2003, Mariah Carey called Eminem a “little girl” for threatening to sample voicemails the singer had left him on his next album.

    In 2003, Ruban Studdard beat Clay Aiken as the second winner of American Idol.

    In 2008, Lou Pearlman was sentenced to 25 years in jail on four federal charges including conspiracy and money laundering. Lou Pearlman was the manager for Backstreet Boys, NSYNC and others.

    In 2011, Adele went to #1 in the US with “Rolling In The Deep”.

    In 2013, Chris Brown was charged with a misdemeanor hit and run in San Francisco.

    May 22nd

    In 1989, Public Enemy kicked Professor Griff out of the group after he made anti-Semitic remarks in the Washington Post.

    May 23rd

    In 2006, Jordin Sparks wins the sixth season of American Idol.

    In 2008, Slick Rick was pardoned by the governor of New York for the attempted murders of two men in 1991.

    May 24th

    In 2000, 50 Cent was shot 9 times while inside a parked car and was dropped by his label at the time, Columbia,

    Check out what happened in music history last week, May 11 – May 17.

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    10 Forgotten Childhood TV Shows

    May 15th, 2014

    They just don’t make TV like they used to. Here’s 10 TV shows from your childhood that you might have forgotten about. 

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    Do It For The Vine – Happy Mother’s Day!

    May 13th, 2014

    More and more people are ’Doing it for the Vine‘, and these guys are no different.

    9 Year Olds Gone Wild

    Ladies and Gentlemen, Wiz Khalifa…  

    This Guy Wanted to be a Unicorn

    What Happens When You Listen to Drake  

    I Don’t Think That’s How You Use a Leaf Blower…

    Oh, Kanye  

    Escalator Games


    And finally…. Happy Mother’s Day!  

    Check out some more crazy vine antics, like knee trouping!

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    This Week in Music History – May 11 – May 17

    May 13th, 2014

    The #1 songs of this week were:

    2000 – Santana – Maria Maria (17 years ago)
    2005 – Gwen Stefani – Hollaback Girl (9 years ago)
    2011 – Katy Perry ft. Kanye West – ET (3 years ago)

    May 11th

    In 2007, The Game was arrested in Los Angeles following an altercation at a basketball game in February. It was alleged that he threatened a man with a gun. He was released the next day after posting a $50,000 bail.

    May 13th

    In 2007, Ne-Yo was #1 with his song “Because of You”, which was his second #1 hit.

    In 2008, Rapper Remy Ma is sentenced to eight years in prison for assault, weapon possession and attempted coercion in conjunction with the shooting of a woman outside a Manhattan nightclub.

    May 15th

    In 1982, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder team up for the song “Ebony and Ivory”. The song goes to #1 today in the US.

    May 16th

    In 2000, Britney Spears’ second album, “Oops!… I Did It Again” sells 1.3 million copies in its debut week, setting a new record for highest debut by a female artist.

    In 2004, Frankee went #1 in the UK with ‘F.U.R.B. (F U Right Back)’. The song was a “reply” to by Eamon’s #1, Fuck It, I Don’t Want You Back. This is the first time that a record and its reply have both made #1.

    May 17th

    In 1966, Janet Jackson was born.

    In 2000, ‘The Artist Formerly Known as Prince” publicly announces he will go by his name again.

    In 2005, Akon was at #1 in the UK with ‘Lonely’, Gwen Stefani was #1 in the US with ‘Hollaback Girl’ and Snoop Dogg ft. Justin Timberlake was at #1 in Australia with the song ‘Signs.’

    In 2012, Donna Summer, the Queen of Disco, passed away.

    This was a pretty slow week in music history. Check out what happened in music history last week, May 4 – May 10.

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    This Week in Music History – May 4 – May 10

    May 8th, 2014

    The #1 songs of this week were:

    1996 – Mariah Carey – Always Be My Baby (17 years ago)
    2003 – Sean Paul – Get Busy (11 years ago)
    2007 – Avril Lavigne – Girlfriend (7 years ago)

    May 4th –

    In 1999, Jennifer Lopez dropped her debut single “If You Had My Love”. The song went to #1 and was certified for 2 platinums and 4 golds.

    In 2012, Adam “MCA” Yauch of the Beastie Boys passed away.

    May 5th –

    Adele, Brooke Hogan (1988), and Chris Brown (1989) share a birthday with Cinco de Mayo.

    May 6th –

    Eazy-E’s “Eazy-er Said Than Dunn” debuts at #84 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

    May 8th –

    In 1999, Ricky Martin went to #1 with “Livin’ La Vida Loca”

    In 2009, the mayor of San Diego named May 8th “Adam Lambert Day”.

    In 2013, Ja Rule is released from jail. He pled guilty to tax evasion.

    May 9th –

    In 2009, Rick Ross went to #1 on the US Album Chart with his third album, “Deeper Than Rap”.

    May 10th –

    In 2005, Seal and Heidi Klum got married. They have since gotten divorced.

    In 2006, T.I. was arrested for breaking probation.

    In 2007, Akon made a public apology for bringing a teenage girl on stage to dance with him.

    Check out what happened in music history last week, April 27 – May 3.

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