What do you think? Why do rappers feel entitled to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Have you and your crew been representing Rock & Roll for the last decade? Thoughts please!
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Kid Cudi Talks Fame
“For me, I just got to this point, and especially up until recently, I gave up liquor, I don’t drink anymore, it’s been five and a half months I’ve been sober,” Cudi said. “The booze was a new thing for me, I didn’t realize I was an alcoholic all these years. I had a problem, I think with any addiction you have to be ready to make the choice, whether it’s cigarettes or anything. You have to just commit and you just have to stick with it. I stopped everything cold turkey. When I had my cocaine problem I stopped cold turkey, I didn’t go to rehab. I don’t believe in these things. Some people need the extra help, not me. I wasn’t a drug addict before this crap, I wasn’t doing cocaine, I wasn’t getting wasted every night because I didn’t want to be alone. I wasn’t this dark person before the madness, I was a whole other dude. I don’t even think I smoked weed as much ‘cause we couldn’t afford it and I lived in Ohio, there’s no good bud out there—well there probably is now. You just have to make the choice and decide the person you wanna be and stick with it. You get to a certain age where the people around you are not gonna be on that rollercoaster all day long ready for you to go up, ready for you to go down, and stick with you through all the madness. People want you to be one person and stick with it and I chose to be clean and be sober and get my life together. For myself, for my health, for my daughter, for my family.”
Sounds like a grown man to me!!!
Courtesy of HipHopdx.com
De La Soul’s Trugoy says that the response the group got by giving away its entire catalog for free on Valentine’s Day has encouraged the trio to record and release new material.
"It motivated us even more,” the rapper also known as Dove says during an interview with Billboard. "We're already in the process of recording two albums, but actually it made us feel like we really, really need to get this done. People are still fans, still really love the music and let's do it for them.”
Dove also says that the group will be releasing a mixtape soon. It is slated to feature reworked songs, as well as new material.
“It's just not a mixtape with 11 songs,” Dove says. "There are skits and things. It's cool. That's coming out in about a week, and hopefully God willing more De La music. That's all we do. There won't be any movies. There won't be any fashion lines, nothing like that. Just music."
Three grandmothers who clearly don't know who Kanye, Beyonce or Jay-Z are (they debate whether Kanye is really a ball player or a singer, and he ain't even on this song!) read the lyrics to "Drunk in Love." Watch their horrified reactions to the X-rated duet!
Do you agree or disagree with the ladies?