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Thursday, May 29, 2014

TYGA new single " REAL DEAL "

YMCMB rep Tyga has put in his fair share of work in recent years, but it has really gone overlooked.  With appearances on recent hits like “Loyal” and “Senile”, Tyga is staying in front of audiences and capitalizing on his opportunities, however, the 24-year old rapper keeps finding himself in the shadows of his Young Money label mates.  The Cali native is on tap to release his fourth studio album (yes, fourth album) and the respect that Tyga is seeking may be right around the corner.  

Tyga’s upcoming album is entitled The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty and Yeezus himself will be the executive producer.  Yes, Kanye West will be the executive producer of Tyga’s next album scheduled to release later this year.  With that being said, Tyga’s upcoming project should definitely be something of value.  Kanye may be the missing link to take Tyga to heights in the rap game that he has yet to see.  

Now with expectation levels higher than usual, Tyga drops his latest single “Real Deal”. This track may not be the official lead single from his upcoming album, but it is definitely an indication of what to expect from Tyga in the near future. Is Tyga finally going to get his due respect?  Check out the “Real Deal” song and let us know whether you are going to “Pump It or Dump It”.

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50 Cent - Animal Ambition Album


1. Hold On
2. Don't Worry 'Bout It ft. Yo Gotti
3. Animal Ambition
4. Pilot
5. Smoke ft. Trey Songz
6. Everytime I Come Around ft. Kidd Kidd
7. Irregular Heartbeat ft. Jadakiss & Kidd Kidd
8. I'm A Hustler
9. Twisted ft. Mr. Probz
10. Winners Circle ft. Guordan Banks
11. Chase The Paper ft. Prodigy, Kidd Kidd & Styles P 12 The Funeral
12. You Know
13. Flip On You ft School Boy Q


Wednesday, May 28, 2014


Reported by NYTimes/Margarlit Fox

Maya Angelou, the memoirist and poet whose landmark book of 1969, “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” — which describes in lyrical, unsparing prose her childhood in the Jim Crow South — was among the first autobiographies by a 20th-century black woman to reach a wide general readership, died on Wednesday in her home. She was 86 and lived in Winston-Salem, N.C.

Her death was confirmed by her longtime literary agent, Helen Brann. No immediate cause of death had been determined, but Ms. Brann said Ms. Angelou had been in frail health for some time and had heart problems.

As well-known as she was for her memoirs, which eventually filled six volumes, Ms. Angelou very likely received her widest exposure on a chilly January day in 1993, when she delivered the inaugural poem, “On the Pulse of Morning,” at the swearing-in of Bill Clinton, the nation’s 42nd president, who, like Ms. Angelou, had grown up poor in rural Arkansas.

It began:

A Rock, A River, A Tree

Hosts to species long since departed,

Marked the mastodon,

The dinosaur, who left dried tokens

Of their sojourn here

On our planet floor,

Any broad alarm of their hastening doom

Is lost in the gloom of dust and ages.

But today, the Rock cries out to us, clearly, forcefully,

Come, you may stand upon my

Back and face your distant destiny,

But seek no haven in my shadow,

I will give you no hiding place down here.

Long before that day, as she recounted in “Caged Bird” and its five sequels, she had already been a dancer, calypso singer, streetcar conductor, single mother, magazine editor in Cairo, administrative assistant in Ghana, official of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and friend or associate of some of the most eminent black Americans of the mid-20th century, including James Baldwin, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X.

Afterward (her six-volume memoir takes her only to the age of 40), Ms. Angelou (pronounced AHN-zhe-lo) was a Tony-nominated stage actress; college professor (she was for many years the Reynolds professor of American studies at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem); ubiquitous presence on the lecture circuit; frequent guest on television shows, from “Oprah” to “Sesame Street”; and subject of a string of scholarly studies.

In February 2011, President Obama presented her with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the country’s highest civilian honor.

Throughout her writing, Ms. Angelou explored the concepts of personal identity and resilience through the multifaceted lens of race, sex, family, community and the collective past. As a whole, her work offered a cleareyed examination of the ways in which the socially marginalizing forces of racism and sexism played out at the level of the individual.

“If growing up is painful for the Southern Black girl, being aware of her displacement is the rust on the razor that threatens the throat,” Ms. Angelou wrote in “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.”

Hallmarks of Ms. Angelou’s prose style included a directness of voice that recalls African-American oral tradition and gives her work the quality of testimony. She was also intimately concerned with sensation, describing the world around her — be it Arkansas, San Francisco or the foreign cities in which she lived — with palpable feeling for its sights, sounds and smells.

“I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,” published when Ms. Angelou was in her early 40s, spans only her first 17 years. But what powerfully formative years they were.

Marguerite Ann Johnson was born in St. Louis on April 4, 1928. (For years after Dr. King’s assassination, on April 4, 1968, Ms. Angelou did not celebrate her birthday.) Her dashing, defeated father, Bailey Johnson Sr., a Navy dietitian, “was a lonely person, searching relentlessly in bottles, under women’s skirts, in church work and lofty job titles for his ‘personal niche,’ lost before birth and unrecovered since,” Ms. Angelou wrote. “How maddening it was to have been born in a cotton field with aspirations of grandeur.”

Her beautiful, volatile mother, Vivian Baxter, was variously a nurse, hotel owner and card dealer. As a girl, Ms. Angelou was known as Rita, Ritie or Maya, her older brother’s childhood nickname for her.

After her parents’ marriage ended, 3-year-old Maya was sent with her 4-year-old brother, Bailey, to live with their father’s mother in the tiny town of Stamps, Ark., which, she later wrote, “with its dust and hate and narrowness was as South as it was possible to get.”

Their grandmother, Annie Henderson, owned a general store “in the heart of the Negro area,” Ms. Angelou wrote. An upright woman known as Momma, “with her solid air packed around her like cotton,” she is a warm, stabilizing presence throughout “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.”

The children returned periodically to St. Louis to live with their mother. On one such occasion, when Maya was 7 or 8 (her age varies slightly across her memoirs, which employ the techniques of fiction to recount actual events), she was raped by her mother’s boyfriend.

She told her brother, who alerted the family, and the man was tried and convicted. Before he could begin serving his sentence, he was murdered — probably, Ms. Angelou wrote, by her uncles.

Believing that her words had brought about the death, Maya did not speak for the next five years. Her love of literature, as she later wrote, helped restore language to her.

As a teenager, now living with her mother in San Francisco, she studied dance and drama at the California Labor School and became the first black woman to work as a streetcar conductor there. At 16, after a casual liaison with a neighborhood youth, she became pregnant and gave birth to a son. There the first book ends.

Reviewing “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” in The New York Times,Christopher Lehmann-Haupt called it “a carefully wrought, simultaneously touching and comic memoir.”

The book — its title is a line from “Sympathy,” by the African-American poetPaul Laurence Dunbar — became a best seller, confounding the pervasive stereotype that black women’s lives were unworthy of memoir.

Our deepest condolences are with her entire family and friends.

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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Joe’s “Mary Jane” remix featuring 50 Cent

50 Cent has found yet another way to stay in headlines, but this time as the co-star. This is not a role that 50 plays often, but when he does, he does it well. This time around hip hop bully 50 Cent joins R&B singer Joe on his “Mary Jane” remix track.  The track originally appeared on Joe’s 2013 album Doubleback: Evolution of R&B.  The remixed Rick James sampled song will make its home on Joe’s upcoming album entitledBridges, scheduled to hit stores June 24th.  

Check out Joe’s “Mary Jane” remix featuring 50 Cent below and let us know whether you are going to “Pump It or Dump It.”

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Sunday, May 25, 2014

Breaking: Rapper TI and Boxer Floyd Mayweather Comes to Blow

Yep, we couldn’t believe it either but apparently Floyd Mayweather allegedly said some harsh words directed at Tameka “Tiny” Harris and her husband rapper TI jumped into action. Our sources stated that once Floyd said “control your bitch” the rapper/actor attempted to two-piece the boxer (delivering a punch to the face). The restaurant looked like a scene from Basketball Wives as chairs were thrown and weaves were falling all over the place. We have now been told that Tiny was scene at a club with the boxer and once the rapper got wind of it…things went downhill. The two later saw each other at a local Fatburger Restaurant and the rapper asked him about it. Floyd Mayweather has had a difficult time with rappers lately since his ex-girlfriend Shantel Jackson ran off with rapper Nelly which might have been his motivation for trying to upstage Hip Hop’s King of the South.

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Andrew Reynolds is a rising Hip-hop artist

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Coming from college town UNH (University of New Hampshire), Andrew Reynolds is a rising Hip-hop artist, working harder and harder each day to become something in the Music industry. Andrew has been working at his dream Of becoming a rapper since he was 8 years old, writing and recording his own songs with Childhood friend DieN2LivE. Andrew had met Ya Boy Mass and together they began touring New England and turning quiet crowds into Mosh Pits and dropping jaws in States Like Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Andrew And Ya Boy Mass have opened up for names like Mobb Deep, Wu-Tang and Bizzare, and have been offered distribution deals and consignment with A & R’s from Warner Brothers, Dipset West and Wu-Tang, And Released his first Professional, Crisp sound Quality Album called “1993″, recorded at Split2nd Entertainment with Cip. Andrew only wishes to make a difference in at least one persons life with his music. As he constantly inspires music listeners with his Song “I had a Dream”, he works harder and harder every single day to get his music out in the world and begin a future exploring the world. Andrew Encourages everybody to chase their dreams and not let anything get in the way of the road to success.

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Wednesday, May 21, 2014

5/21 Check @BOOSIEOFFICIAL interviewed on @Dagrahynd_Radio Listen

We had a chance on Dagrahyndmusic music to chop it up with a good friend of mine the rapper " Lil Boose ".
Talking about how his career took off and he is more focus now than ever before.

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Notorious B.I.G. Today marks his 42nd birthday

It has already been seventeen years since the tragic death of one of the greatest to ever do it, The Notorious B.I.G.  Today marks his 42nd birthday and all we can do is imagine what hip hop would be like if BIG was still here.  The rap god’s career was short lived but his legacy lives on and will continue to for generations.

Today, May 21st, we don’t mourn his loss but instead we embrace his life and the music that he created during his twenty-four years on this planet. Happy Birthday Christopher Wallace!  


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McIntosh “Behind The Sound” Series Featuring Alternative Rap All-Stars Deltron 3030

McIntosh Laboratory is continuing on with their online series that shares the journeys artists take to find their unique sound.  In a previous article by Hip Hop Enquirer we took a behind the scenes look at the online series which then featured rappers Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.  This time around the “Behind The Sound” series interviews alternative rappers Deltron 3030 at the New Orleans House of Blues to explore the subject of finding one’s true sound.  

Screen Shot 2014-05-21 at 12.30.12 PMThe group speaks on topics that include searching for their unique sounds, curating custom sounds, and borrowing from the past.  Take same time out of your day and check out the “Behind The Sound” video above and stay tuned to Your One Stop For Everything Hip Hop.  

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Department of Child and Family Services Investigating Will and Jada Over Willow Pic

Weeks ago, Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith’s daughter Willow who is thirteen was seen in a photo laying in a bed with a shirtless 20-year-old actor, Moises Arias.  The photo has caused quite a stir and Will and Jada have received tons of criticism questioning their parenting skills.  While Will has not come forward with any comments, his wife Jada has stated that it is not a big deal.  However, some do feel that it is a big deal, including the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services.

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According to sources, the department has officially opened an investigation into the Smith family.  

“The investigation was formally opened last week and is being taken very seriously by the department,” an insider told Radar Online. “Will and Jada Pinkett Smith have been extremely cooperative with officials. Of course, they aren’t happy that their parenting skills are under scrutiny, but they understand.” 

On a side note, did you know that yesterday was exactly 18 years since the last episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air aired?  Let that sink in for a moment.  I wonder how Uncle Phil and Aunt Viv would have handled this situation. 

[New Music Alert] Nicki Minaj – “Pills N Potions”

In recent weeks Nicki Minaj had fans at the edge of their seats in high anticipation of the release of her new album The Pinkprint.  Today Nicki returns with a new track titled “Pills N Potion” that is sure to catch on and be heard in heavy rotation.  Lately Nicki has seem to put away the glitz and glamour and has been showcasing her edgier emcee skills and killing tracks like the “Danny Glover” remix, “Chiraq”, and “Yass B*tch”.  

Sadly it appears that Nicki has once again backed away from her street persona and presents to us her pop side.  Yeah, the new “Pills N Potion” song is definitely pop, but it still has hit potential.  Check out the song below and let us know whether you are going to “Pump It or Dump It”.

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Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Mariah is back and sexier than ever

Mariah Carey has cemented herself as an R&B diva years ago.  With Mariah spending a record 79 weeks at the number one position on the Hot 100 and becoming the artist with the most weeks at number one in US history, she really has nothing left to prove.  Unfortunately for Mimi (not to be confused with the Mimi that was hanging from that shower rod), her last few albums didn’t do as well as expected.

Now Mariah is back to remind listeners that this chick is not going anywhere, but back on the charts.  Her lead single with Wale, “You Don’t know What To Do,” is close to being a summer anthem and is the perfect piece of evidence that Mariah still has it going on.  Today, fans can stream and listen to the Me. I Am Mariah…The Elusive Chanteuse album in its entirety a week before it releases by clicking here.  

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Trinidad James – “Def Jam” [New Video]

Trinidad James – “Def Jam” [New Video]

Months ago Trinidad James made hip hop news for his opinionated words about the New York rap scene.  At that time it was questioned whether or not James’ words would impact his standing in the New York area and hip hop as a whole.  Well, Trinidad James is back to let all the naysayers know that being a “real ni@@a” is what got him a deal as he walks the streets of Brooklyn, New York in his newest video.

In James’ latest video entitled “Def Jam” you can catch him and his squad deep in New York like its nothing.  The track provides a tough bass line and the visual adds authenticity to James’ lyrics.  Check the “Def Jam” video out and let us know whether you are going to “Pump it or Dump it”.

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Gunplay releases a new music today with a track titled 'Aiight' featuring Rick Ross

Gunplay releases a new music today with a track titled 'Aiight' featuring Rick Ross. This serves as the first single to his upcoming album Living Legend. Take a listen to a stream of 'Aiight' above.

Monday, May 19, 2014


In 2008 Ray J produced one of the year’s biggest flicks.  This film was not shown in theaters or even given a big budget for promotion, but its impact can still be seen.  Years later this flick is still a big seller and profits are still being made.  The film I am speaking of is Vivid Entertainment’s Ray J and Kim Kardashian sex tape.  Six years after the film was released it still raked in over $46,000 this year.  


Ray J’s co-star in the sex tape, Kim Kardashian, is all set to walk down the aisle with her soon to be husband Kanye West this week and Ray J has the perfect wedding gift for them.  Ray J plans on gifting the couple a check for $47,000.  Hmmmm…the same amount he has accumulated this year from his sex tape with Kim Kardashian.  Not sure how that will go over in the West household, but I guess Ray J is just sending a friendly reminder to Kanye that his “trophy” was once on Ray J’s mantle.  Remember folks, Ray J hit it first.  

Get Familiar With Miss Marianna And Her Latest Video – “Gyrate”

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West coast native Miss Marianna is hip hop’s breath of fresh air.  Her bohemian style of storytelling with a streetwise twist puts her in a lane all by herself.  Miss Marianna recently released her video “Gyrate” off her highly anticipated album, MARIOLOGY, and it is indeed a great display of her personality and unlimited skill. 

Some of you may already be familiar with Miss Marianna as she was an on air radio personality “Miss Maya on Fire” on KBMB 103.5 The Bomb.  Miss Marianna has stormed the west coast and now the entire nation.  She’s performed from California to New York opening for acts ranging from Common to Chino XL.  

Whether Miss Marianna is considered an emcee or a poet, the former Showtime at the Apollo finalist is determined to represent women.   Check out The New World Daughter in her video for “Gyrate” above and be sure to leave your feedback below.

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[NEWS] Twitter reportedly in talks to buy SoundCloud

Twitter may be in talks to purchase SoundCloud, a large service that is known by some as YouTube for audio.

According to Recode, Twitter is "considering a deal" to buy the Berlin-based company, which lets anyone, from individuals to DJ collectives to bands, upload and share audio clips.

If true, the acquisition would be a very big move for Twitter, which has seen its stock battered over the last few months as investors worry that it is not growing fast enough. After going public last November at $26 a share, it quickly rose to $74.73 before beginning a long downward slide. As of this writing, the company's shares are at $32.36.


There are two obvious reasons Twitter might want to buy a company like the privately held SoundCloud. First is Twitter's longstanding desire to get closer to the music industry. Its attempts so far, most notably with its own #Music app, have largely been unsuccessful. Second, SoundCloud is said to have 250 million users around the world, which could be a boon to Twitter as the social-networking company seeks to boost its growth.

Both Twitter and SoundCloud declined to comment, saying they don't address rumors.

If Twitter were to buy SoundCloud, it would almost certainly be a very expensive acquisition. Last year, SoundCloud raised a $60 million round of funding that valued it at $700 million. To date, Twitter's most expensive purchase has been ad network MoPub, for which it paid about $350 million.

For SoundCloud, being part of Twitter could be appealing because of Twitter's success at selling ads. As Recode wrote, SoundCloud already offers its users a paid premium service, with additional features, but it doesn't have much in the way of an ads operation.

To some industry observers, Twitter buying SoundCloud would make sense for both companies. "A deal like this makes sense for Twitter, [because] it gives them a much needed push into media and adds into their business another really interesting and popular publishing platform," said Gartner analyst Brian Blau. "If SoundCloud can get a favorable music licensing deal to make right how their users get access to published songs, then we could see that music become even more deeply embedded into Twitter apps."

Billboard Music Awards’ Michael Jackson Hologram Producers Facing Lawsuit


There was much hype around the debut of the Michael Jackson hologram at last night’s 2014 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas.  Some of the hype was due to an injunction made by Hologram USA.  Despite the request, the show went on.  What many people didn’t know is that there was much more going on behind the curtain of this year’s Billboard Music Awards than there actually was on stage.

Even though the controversial holographic representation of Michael Jackson performed despite the request.  Nevada court Judge Nancy J. Knoppe ordered  last minute emergency access and lawyers from  both sides entered the backstage area of MGM with court videographers.

According to sources the technology used for the Jackson hologram was indeed that owned by Alki David‘s Hologram USA and Musion Das Hologram, which directly contradicts Pulse Entertainment CEO John Textor’s claim to the court that it was not using the same technology.

To make matters worse, upon gaining access to the backstage it was discovered that James Rock, an ex-employee of Musion Das Hologram, was backstage working on the Michael Jackson hologram, despite the fact that Textor told the court Rock was not involved, and was not even in Las Vegas.

At that time, Textor went berserk and began to scream.  Accounts from those on the scene told TV Mix that Textor screamed, “Get the f*ck out!”

Hologram USA’s attorney issued a statement:

“Pursuant to a court order issued Sunday afternoon, Hologram USA was able to inspect the equipment used by Defendants to produce the Michael Jackson hologram,” said Hologram USA’s attorney Ryan G. Baker of Baker Marquart. “Based on that inspection, which Defendants had earlier refused to permit, it is apparent that Defendants have infringed Plaintiffs’ patents. Plaintiffs will continue to take discovery to bring Defendants’ misdeeds out of the shadows and into the light.”

Legal experts say that the evidence of perjury may increase the awards made to Hologram USA by as much as three times and that the defendants are liable to criminal charges.  The lawsuit was filed days ago against  Textor and his Pulse Entertainment along with Prometheus Global Media, which owns Billboard, Dick Clark Productions and the Michael Jackson Estate.

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Friday, May 16, 2014

Who is KiKi Smooth?

LA Latin Hip Hop Artist Kiki Smooth was raised by a single mom in Los Angeles, California. Grew up listening to Hip Hop. First broke out in the music industry as DJ. Kiki was one of Lil Eazy E's first DJ's. While working in Eazy E's Record Store, there he met Coolio(Rap Artist). Went touring all over the world with Coolio as his DJ. Kiki Smooth first broke out as a Gangster Rap Artist.

Kiki Has...won many Rap Battles. Kiki Has toured in Japan, and all over New Zealand. Kiki Has won many LA Rap Battles, there he met Super Man CEO of Rascon Productions. He has worked with such Artist as Butch Cassidy, Daz Dillinger, BG Knocc Out, Goon Squad, Brother Kam, Kokane, Cavie, Staino, TJ Gibson, Swiisha, Bun B, Stat Co, Dj Green Lantern, Bo Roc , Slim da Mobster (Aftermath) and Latin Grammy Nominee Arsenal. Has opened up for artist DJ Quik, Dub C, Mann, Frankie J, Baby Bash, Trina, Suga Free, Ice Cube, Fabulous, DJ Drama, Too Short, Akon, Cypress Hill, Busta Rhymes, Razal, Method Man and Ying Yang Twins. Kiki will be featured on the up coming CD of Who Kid mixed tape (G Unit Aftermath). With 10 years of Music Experience he has redefined his talent. "DJ Yella Presents Kiki Smooth CPT First Mexican Out Of Compton"
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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Justin Timberlake said it was always a dream to make a song with Michael Jackson


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Now, not only is their song "Love Never Felt So Good" a reality, but so is a music video.

Four minutes long, the video is an obvious homage to Jackson, who died in 2009, complete with clips from his past music videos and dancers’ imitating his dance moves.

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"Love Never Felt So Good" is part of the album "Xscape," featuring Jackson’s singing along with some of the biggest singers today, including Timberlake and Mary J. Blige.

"Even when Michael was alive, we never stopped working on the song 'Xscape,'"producer Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins said. "It was one of those songs where he specifically said to me, 'It has to see the light of day one day.'"

Jerkins said fans will be happy with the result. "Everyone did a really great job on this project," he said.

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Ryan Bowser, also known as GHOST

Ryan Bowser, also known as GHOST, began producing from a skating-rink recording studio in his hometown, St. Louis. He sold tracks to local artist such as the St. Lunatics and can be heard singing background on their Free City Album on Groovin Tonight Featuring Brian McKnight. This was just the beginning of Ryans country grammar. The placement lead to co-writing and producing for Arista Recording artist, Toya. He produced over 50 percent of the album including her most popular hit I DO! The single and debut album 'Toya', sold approximately 400,000 copies but thats not all. In 2001 Ryans remake of Patti Labelles Love Need and Want You transformed into Dilemma and was featured on Nellys album, Nellyville. The single landed at 1 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Hop Singles & Tracks, Hot Rap Tracks and on the Hot 100 as the first rap song to hold the 1 spot for 12 consecutive weeks earning a Grammy for Best R&B and Rap Collaboration. Dilemma now sits at 64 on Billboards Greatest Songs Of All Time and is the most successful song of Nelly's career, giving him his first number-one single in many countries, such as Australia, Belgium, Germany, Ireland, The Netherlands, Switzerland, United Kingdom and the United States. Dilemma was nominated twice for Best Music Video at the 2003 Soul Train Awards and MTV Music Video Awards.

Ryans success led him to producing for Rock City, Monica, 112, Mario, Miss Penelope, J-Kwon, SunNy, T. Waters, Rubben Studdard, Trina, Paul Wall, Ma$e, Pretty Ricky, Q. Parker, SnL, J.R. Get Money, London, Mika Means, and Q Da Kid, including chart hitting singles like Take It Slow (O'Ryan), My Baby (Bow Wow feat. Jagged Edge), Dat Boy Chevy (Noah Atl Soundtrack), Bobbin My Head, Ball Out/500 1's (Blak Jak feat T-Pain), and scoring his first movie "4 Minutes". Not only is Ryan Bowser a music Producer, he's a musical genius known to the industry as GHOST.

Breaking News: Gucci Mane Pleads Guilty To Weapons Possession And Faces 39 Months in Breaking-news-gucci-mane-pleads-guilty-to-weapons-possession-and-faces-39-months-in-federal-prison

Reporting from Dennis Byron live at the federal courthouse.

A hearing was held at 11 am this morning where rapper Gucci Mane plead guilty to possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.  At the time of his arrest, he was carrying a loaded 40 Glock firearm with 11 rounds of ammunition. Gucci will be sentenced to 39 months in prison and 3 years on probation. He will receive credit for the 10 months he has already spent in federal custody.

During Radric Davis professionally known as Gucci Mane plea agreement today, he stated to the judged when asked what level of education did he complete, he stated that he finished 1 year of college. Federal District court judge Steve C. Jones also asked him did he fully understand what he was pleading guilty to and he responded affirmatively. After the hearing, HHE spoke exclusively with his attorney Drew Findling who stated the following:

“My client is finally taking control of his life and taking responsibility for his actions.” When we asked attorney Findley, whether he had concerns about his other pending state cases, he said those will eventually be worked out as well.

US attorney Sally Yates released the following statement after Davis plea agreement:

On Sept. 14, 2013, the Atlanta Police Department received a call from a concerned citizen, who told police that Davis was acting violent and had a handgun.   Police found the defendant on the street, smelling strongly of marijuana, with a Glock, 40 cal. handgun loaded with 11 rounds of ammunition in his possession.  When police arrived, Davis was waving the handgun and making threatening comments.  

Gucci Mane is also facing a maximum fine of 250k when he is sentenced on July 25th.  He was represented by famed attorney Drew Findling and attorney Capek.

 Assistant United States Attorney Kim S. Dammers is prosecuting the case.