Monday, October 3, 2011

Jayz breaks silence about lil Wayne diss

Jay-Z has finally broken his silence on the back and forth subliminal lyrical jabs between Lil Wayne and himself. MTV caught up with Jigga man at the Shawn Carter Foundation’s Making the Ordinary Extraordinary carnival last Thursday and like he always downplays, here’s what he had to simply say:

“That’s sport, that’s rap music. Nothing is going to change but the participants. I don’t even see why that’s news.”

On The set of the house party video wit young Chris and meek mills

Over the weekend, MMG shot 6 videos including Meek and Chris’ standout cut off the Dream Chasers mixtape. Until their house party hits our video player, Nigel D. shares our first look. More photos underneath.

Jayz is releasing decoded

Just one year after Jay-Z’s Decoded hit bookshelves, the New York Times bestselling book will be re-released on November 1. Featured in a new expanded paperback edition, the re-release will contain a new chapter, seven additional illustrations, three decoded songs: “I Know”, “Young Gz”, “Lost One” and a new afterword.

What still excites me about rap is that it’s an open thread, a cipher that listeners find their own meanings in. The point of this book is not to settle arguments or transform rap songs into neat stories with a beginning, middle, and end. Rather, I’m trying to point readers to some ideas and information, get them to see deeper into the music than they saw before and learn more about worlds different from their own (or find new ways of looking at the worlds they already know)—to find their own meanings and connect them back to their own lives. I want readers to see the craft and learn the context—and I want them to still be able to feel the magic, and enjoy the show. —JAY-Z, from the new Afterword

Bernice Burgos Sexy CLUB Pictures from Last Night!!