Eazy-E fans are Straight Outraged

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After the release of movie ‘Straight Outta Compton’ Eazy-E fans took to Twitter & YouTube in a viral riot. Screaming that not only did the late legend not get
his deserved respect for his contributions to the N.W.A movement but that also he was mis-portrayed in the movie.  According to some, the movie caused another conspiracy theory surrounding the late rapper’s death. According to the New York Post, there are several new conspiracy theories now circulating on the Web and people are now beginning to question a whole new selection of possible suspects. With out a doubt Suge Knights past interview on Jimmy Kimmel certainly left people their eyes wide opened when he subliminally referenced Eazy-E’s death. ” Technology is so high. If you shoot somebody, you go to jail forever. You don’t want to go to jail forever… They have a new thing out. They have this stuff called… They get blood from somebody with AIDS and they shoot you with it,” The Def Row co- founder told Jimmy Kimmel  “That’s a slow death. The Eazy-E thing, you know what I mean?”

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Can Christian Hip Hop convert you?

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Christian hip-hop artist Paul Robinson is back with his highly anticipated single “so tired” produced by Walt Anderson and composed by Walt Anderson along with Aundrea Wilkins. In his single “so tired” Paul addresses many issues that still suppress the African American community today. Topics like injustice, racism, racial profiling, sexism, bigotry & violence. All of these topics are not new to the community however, I ponder if the hip-hop community is ready to listen. Are we ready to stop foot loosing around & go to church with Christian Hip-hop?

Outkast to drop album in 2014

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Yes it’s true, rumours once again are circulating that hip-hop group #Outkast is getting back together again! First all, I would jump off a build if this group gets back together. We are in desperate in of something outside the box right now & Outkast has always set trends and raised the bar on the hip-hop scene. Being able to cross lanes of music genres without crashing is how they move. Salute to Outkast.