Just about a week after her girl Yandy Smith gave birth.
With the music video being officially wrapped up this past weekend, J Star releases the single for his “Clap Clap Clap” track, featuring Twista and Dipset affiliate Vado. The track, which was produced by Boi-1da, will be featured on J Star’s upcoming mixtape Free Agent, hosted by DJ Mustard. This one here is dope!
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Well, it seems a man was harassing Jim Jones at a casino party in Connecticut. Jim Jones was trying to ignore the man until he threw a punch at Jim Jones. That is when the brawl started and Jim Jones started to fight back. The man harassing Jim Jones friends jumped in too and so did Jim Jones’ friends. No one knows why the guy hit Jim Jones or what they were fighting over. Sources say Jim Jones was arrested and maced during the situation. Since then Jim Jones has bonded out of jail and he is now home. Check out video.
Oh no! not the young dipset member smh well we were wondering whats been going on with Juelz and I guess he finally popped up but I wish it was for a mixtape release or a album, this is all bad stemming back to 09 he was arrested for things like domestic violence c’mon Santana and driving with no license ,I mean have one of ya boys drive at all times that makes no sense , message to rappers court and lawyers cost way too much , read article below .
The rapper was pinched and released several hours later on suspicion of making terrorist threats.
Juelz Santana was arrested earlier this week in New Jersey on suspicion of making terrorist threats and disorderly conduct.
According to TMZ , law enforcement officials wouldn’t disclose what constituted the threats. Police say that the Dipset member refused to allow them to search his vehicle, which was later impounded.
The Diplomats rapper was arrested and held for several hours. He was later released on $46,500 bail.
Juelz has been in the legal system’s crosshairs over the past few years. In February 2011, he was arrested after police found marijuana and weapons in his New Jersey recording studio. In August 2010, he was pulled over and arrested for driving without a license, and in August 2009, he was locked up for domestic violence charges .
Well well well…No beef huh says Jay-Z. He goes on to say he is a genius and that they do argue quite a bit which is normal. But here is my thing, I think they do beef like brothers and I think the rumor that was going around about them two not getting along was true.I just think Jay-Z is just trying to put it under the rug. But I also can not wait to hear Watch The Throne to be exact. (Rest Of Article Below).
With his and Kanye West’s new album Watch the Throne landing in stores on August 8th, Jay-Z popped into Hot 97’s New York studios for an impromptu interview with Angie Martinez. Speaking with the radio hostess, Hov denied reports today that he and ‘Ye were beefing over a tour budget.
“Kanye is a genius. I kind of want to spend a gazillion dollars,” he said, contradicting reports that Yeezy had no respect for the money aspect of their tour as The Throne. “I think they got it backwards, but it’s all good. I made it. I don’t really… I know that we doing something right now. When I woke up to all of that, I was like, oh yeah, we must be really hot right now. This is really happening. August 8th.”
It hasn’t always been smooth sailing with ‘Ye, though, as Jay explains that they sometimes snap on each other in the studio. But as far as letting their emotions get the best of them, he says nothing could break their bond.
“Yes, we get on each other’s nerves. But that’s part of pushing each other. We push each other. The people that have a problem with Kanye or myself are people who are complacent in life. People don’t like to be pushed. It’s like annoying. It’s a thing when people are pushing you to be greater, and we push each other to be greater. So of course there are times when we’re in the studio and we’re yelling, but that’s about it. I would never disrespect that man. I have so much respect for him.”
“Yeah, that was a tough one. But it’s almost like anything in life. You can’t let that situation affect you going forward,” he said. “Especially working with genius talent. He is a genius talent. It’s just that he has other things on his mind.”
As for the pressure to deliver a classic with Watch the Throne, the Roc Nation chief admitted that he felt some heat.
“I guess a bit after we started it, but I don’t look at it like that. When you make music, you’re against history, you’re against what’s current and you’re against past work. But as far as pressure of what it’s going to sound like, you try not to really let that affect you,” he said. “You have to have a bit of arrogance to say that this is going to be good.”
Listen to the full interview below, where he also speaks on indie record shops being upset about the album’s rollout, meeting President Obama and J. Cole’s upcoming debut.