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Not Afraid: The Shady Records Story Feat. Eminem,Dr. Dre, & 50 Cent

Check out this 30 min documentary on the rise of Eminem and his empire at Shady Records. Dre, Paul Rosenberg,50 Cent, Mr. Porter, Royce Da 59 all shed light on events that transpired during the time Eminem went from local rapper to running Shady Records.

Curren$y – Audio Dope 5 (Official Video)

Peep, the newest installment to Spitta’s “Audio Dope” series coming right off his upcoming album, Pilot Talk III, dropping April 4th!

Lil B Gives Rare Lecture At Carnegie Mellon University

The Based God, Lil B, is still out enlightening the youth with an assortment of lectures scattered throughout different universities in the country. Watch his latest one at Carnegie Mellon University out in Pittsburgh.

Big Sean Feat. Drake & Kanye West – Blessed (Official Video)

The visual for one of Sean Don’s top tracks off his recently released “Dark Sky Paradise” album. Video fit’s perfect for the feel of this song and pretty much looks like the video version of the album cover.

Dj Whoo Kid Feat. Waka Flocka, Future, & Howard Stern – All These Bitches


Dj Whoo Kid is going on tour with Waka Flocka in the coming weeks so it’s only right they collaborate on a song with non other than Future and a clip of one of Whoo Kid’s classic interviews from the Howard Stern Show to start it off.

The Diplomats – Have My Money (Official Video)

2 Chains Smokes A Gold Covered Joint

Check out the season premier of 2 ChainzMost Expensivest Shit“. 2 Chainz and his pharmacist Dr. Dina hit the smoke shop with their most expensive “medical” to roll up with the most expensive papers.. And the biggest pipe i’ve ever seen in my life (pause). Check it out.

G-Unit At The Breakfast Club

50 Cent, Lloyd Banks & Tony Yayo dropped by The Breakfast Club just in time for the release of their new EP, The Beast Is G-Unit. They’ve grown up – the Unit’s quick to say that they’ve matured (there’s even a song named after it), and they’re using it to their advantage despite the fact that it’s not a full album.

“It’s better to just give them something [...] It creates the content that allows us to continue to shoot music videos to stay current virally,” said 50 Cent. “People are making different choices for entertainment.”

That being said – does 50 still put a lot of value in numbers?

“I can’t allow numbers to matter because of what my numbers were,” he said. “13 million records…then 10 million records, then you’ll have no artists go diamond again.”

He may even be taking pages out of Beyonce and Drake’s playbooks by putting out an EP.

“When you have momentum, it’s easy for you to sustain it by being active,” 50 Cent noted. “When you see Beyonce release a record in the middle of the night, and Drake’s last record [...] ’cause you can’t really gauge what kind of number it’s going to do, and you’ve got the momentum and exposure you need to be current.”

Of course, Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy weren’t going to let the guys leave without getting their perspective on Lil Wayne’s beef with Baby & Cash Money Records.

“I don’t know why it’s so much of a problem over there,” 50 Cent said. “They [MTV] asked me about Lil Wayne and Baby and I was like ‘No Comment.’ Your Pops – he can forgive you, but he may not necessarily forgive me – you see what I’m saying? It’s their personal thing. They [Lil Wayne and Birdman] have that father-son relationship.”

He even went so far as to say that they probably would have let go of Lil Wayne if it weren’t for that special relationship.

“He [Birdman] paid him. I think their relationship is different. It can get blurry, and you can feel ‘this is our money’ – because it’s father and son, for a long time he put it into Wayne,” he went on. “Without a passion that a father has for his son, no one would continue to pour money into that.

On the topic of ‘Free Bobby Shmurda’…if Bobby was rolling with G-Unit, they said without hesitation that they would’ve helped him out with the bail money.

“I would’ve had to. I’ve got guys that weren’t artists that I’ve bailed out for a million dollars,” 50 Cent said after Tony Yayo piped in with a “Free Bobby Shmurda!”

With Suge Knight in the news lately after his involvement in a recent shooting, the guys gave a history lesson.

“You guys gotta understand – Suge was gona kill Dre. He was gonna kill him because Tupac was making #1 records, and Dre wasn’t producing them. And Pac was getting ready to be done.”

A lot more talk went down – and you’ve gotta peep the full interview below to see the guys share about where they lived after getting signed, how 50 Cent signed Yung Buck and started working with Soulja Boy, raising privileged kids, and the evolution of music culture.

Tink – Ratchet Commandments (Prod. Timbaland)



Another one from Tink and Timbo with Tink channeling her inner Biggie (10 Crack Commandments) to call hoe’s out for thotting and such. Beat doesn’t go as hard as their last collaboration “Around The Clock” but still dope nonetheless.

Kanye West – All Day Feat. Theolophilus London & Allan Kingdom (CDQ)


Fianlly we get the CDQ to Kanye West‘ new single, “All Day” co produced by French Montana, featuring Theolophius London and Allan Kingdom. Ye’s new album “So Help Me God” dropping any time now. Check back here and follow us at @OfficialDjGreen on Instagram to keep up with info and releases to Yeezy’s upcoming releases.