Rowdy Rebel, Bobby Shmurda and Too $hort are rapping over a bounce instrumental on "She All About The Shmoney." Yes, you read that correctly. Regionalism in rap music is well and truly dead, so Jahlil Beats mined the depths of Mannie Fresh's hard drive to lace the now-imprisoned GS9 members, and Oakland's foremost pimp/rapper, with a beat full of cowbells and a quasi-"Drag Rap"
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This weekend, 50 Cent will take the stage at Hot 97's Summer Jam for the first time in a decade, after his infamous chair throwing incident left him banned for life from the station in 2004. He may be one of the most high-profile, but 50 is far from the only rapper who has been banned from a venue, an event, a radio station, a University, or even a nation, even if reports earlier this week that Ya
Summer season has returned and 50 Cent is in full effect. Backed by a band and new DJ, mixtape veteran Chubby Chub of the Heavy Hitters, 50 hit the stage at KSFM 102.5 Live Concert in Sacramento, California and since he was around their way, he called on E-40 and Too $hort to join him for their 2010 collaboration "B*tch"...