that hat dope af
In five I’m B on mine.
Never tried hooka befor if thats whats in it haha
U ever figure out how to do those smoke rings?
if you don’t have hennesey or crown black in the hookah you aint smoking right
haaaaaaaa you crazy, you trying to get me fucked up
This made me wanna go out and get a hookah
Made me want to smoke some budddddssss…. But I won’t. Lol
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They premiere the records, get the party started, and, more often than not, help artists go from 0 to 100, real quick. At the 2014 Global Spin Awards, hosted by La La Anthony, the DJs were the focal point, as many of the world’s famous masters-behind-the-board got to sit on the opposite side of the stage receiving honors for their contribution to the culture of music and entertainment.
Held at the intimate New World Stages venue in New York City, the third annual award ceremony saw top honors go to new legends, long-standing greats, and all-around MVPs.
DJ Mustard, who continues to conquer the year with his litany of insatiable bangers, walked away with three of the night’s top trophies: DJ of the Year, DJ/Producer of the Year, and Breakthrough DJ of the Year. DJ Drama was not far behind either, picking up two for National Mixtape DJ of the Year and Regional Mixshow DJ of the Year (South), while DJ Khaled continued his win streak with Album of the Year (Suffering From Success).
Arguably the biggest moment of the night came in the honoring of Funkmaster Flex, who was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award, and DJ Premier, earning the Legendary DJ honor. Joie Manda and DJ Red Alert presented Flex with his award, which he accepted alongside his mentor DJ Chuck Chillout. “I appreciate you more than anything,” he told Chillout, as well as the DJ who “changed my life” Red Alert. Premier on the other hand was honored by DJ Scratch, who brought out special guests Das EFX, Nice and Smooth, and Rakim to perform cult classics for the living legend.
The energy of the night was pure electric, as positive vibes filled the room throughout. Diddy, Swizz Beatz, MC Lyte, Micheal Rapport, Ne-Yo and Busta Rhymes, who brought out his rising star O.T. Genasis to perform “Coco,” were among the many celebrities who helped make the night even more special. To bring it home, Swizz Beatz announced that he would donate $100,000 to keep the award show, created by Shawn Prez, going strong.
“You can’t be too big and not support the DJs,” Swizz stated.
For a complete list of winners from the big night see below.
DJ Of The Year – DJ MUSTARD
National Club DJ Of The Year – DJ VICE
Regional Club DJ Of The Year (Northeast) – DJ QUICKSILVA
Regional Club “OPEN FORMAT” DJ Of The Year (Northeast) – JUS SKE
Regional Club DJ Of The Year (West) – MARK DA SPOT
Regional Club “OPEN FORMAT” DJ Of The Year (West) – JUSTIN CREDIBLE
DJ Producer OF The Year – DJ MUSTARD
DJ Album Of The Year” – DJ KHALED ”SUFFERING FROM SUCCESS’
Reggae DJ Of The Year – DJ NORIE
EDM DJ Of The Year – DIPLO
Celebrity DJ Of The Year – JERMAINE DUPRI
DJ Remixer Of The Year – TED SMOOTH
Online/Satellite Radio DJ Of The Year – DJ WHOO KID
National Mixtape DJ Of The Year – DJ DRAMA
National Mixshow DJ Of The Year – DJ ENVY
Regional Mixshow DJ Of The Year (South) – DJ DRAMA
Regional Mixshow DJ Of The Year (Midwest) – DJ 33 1/3
Regional Mixshow DJ Of The Year (West) – DJ FELLI FEL
Regional Mixshow DJ Of The Year (Northeast) – DJ SELF
Latin DJ Of The Year – DJ CAMILO
Online Record Breakers – BOTTOM FEEDERS
DJ Entrepreneur – IRIE
Female DJ Of The Year – DJ CARISMA
Regional Club DJ Of The Year (South) – INFAMOUS
Breakthrough DJ Of The Year – DJ MUSTARD
Breakthrough “OPEN FORMAT” DJ Of The Year – DJ TRAUMA
International DJ Of The Year – TIM WESTWOOD
Turntablist DJ Of The Year – DJ SCRATCH
Regional Club DJ Of The Year (Midwest) – STEPH FLOSS
what’s in the greasy bag
i never ate there before but my sister used to work at one
best burger I’ve ever tasted
lmaoooooo yea it is pretty greasy
Looks like yall having fun
B Cox nigga u ain’t made shit to make my muthafuccin head spin since jeezy n usher love in the club get back to work
What are you talking about? Jagged Edge just went to #1. You’re such a hater.
I dont care bout numbers records r like condoms u buy em n throw em away
U are so inconsistent all u talk is numbers now u dont care bout numbers cuz somethin os number 1 lol other day it was ”i do mo numbers than all u niggas”
I remember I said I was a underground legend n u laughed n said yea way underground I’m ballin so hard my swishes snappin the net my music doing numbers like a porno flick if I ain’t shit den what r u
polow da don made usher love in da club
Well in dat case Cox get back to work nigga no lunch breaks strip clubs r streets fo u
Bryan stays relevent u forgot about Mary J Be with out you, We belong together….Hes responsible for like 35 number one hits and is responsible for like 100 million record sales…Please sit down CoCo…Show dem reciepts @JD @BRyanMCox
My numbers r different I’m from the underground n I do all my own promotion n marketing main stream niggaz is different its not realistic its powered by a machine meaning a label
And I do do mo numbers den u I ain’t a rapper I’m jus a business man
erykah badu is the best R&B singer of all times I jus wanted to add dat
What up with their mouth wide open? They need close before the bug come in. LOL, :’)
they still use floppys
I still use them everyday
Im guessing because they are easy to use and store and are durable and cheap….but I didnt think they were usable anymore
what’s on them floppy’s
Like the name change : )
Power snack with floppy crack
ALL U NEED KNOW IS A BEAT!! LOL
Yeah buddy! KMSL
Literally I do… Drop that beat Cyn
You still use floppy disk. I thought it didn’t exist no more. Dang, floppy disk are old for me, lol. U must use as collection, right!
“Being challenged in life is inevitable, being defeated is optional.” -Roger Crawford
working on anything new
Beat it up.
why u still on the old mpc when u got a ren u dont like it or something?
Cause its better
why cause u need a computer for the ren? or u just know the other one better?
All that equipment makes me feel like Im in Star Trek
Do you have any beats that you’re never planning on using? Post one or two so we can write to them.
We already kno it ain’t a rap beat u been lazy asf dis year on yo rap shit all I heard was a verse on dat big nigga remix
No 2000 dat nigga wore dat 2000 out like a hooker wit red lipstick n torn stockings at a truck stop
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Billboard gave Ross 2 in a half stars,what you give it ?
Rick Ross is at an impasse. The Miami rapper, 38, is still one of hip-hop’s most commercially successful acts, with five No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200. But on Hood Billionaire, Ross’ second LP this year, he’s clinging to an increasingly charmless drug-kingpin kabuki act. It worked for a long time — his run from 2009 album Deeper Than Rap to 2012 mixtape Rich Foreveris hard to deny. He now occupies the same stuffy 1 percent as mainstream rap royalty like Jay Z; where hip-hop purists once huffed when Hova jumped on Ross’ ”Hustlin’ (Remix)” in 2004, the two now churn out milquetoast collaborative anthems on a regular basis. But booming Lex Luger-style beats have cycled out of fashion, and Ross’ crab-leg-and-pinky-ring embellishments have lost much of their novelty.
Rick Ross Rules With Fifth No. 1 Album On Billboard 200
And indeed, Hood Billionaire is instantly one of the tamest entries in Ross’ discography. Like its predecessor, Mastermind, it’s nostalgic, though he sets its Instagram filter on turn-of-the-century Southern trap classicism rather than mid-’90s Bad Boy worship this time around. Ross seems to be in the victory-lap phase of his career: Hood Billionaire lands in a dull gray area between feel-good retro rap (its first two singles are the Memphis homage ”Elvis Presley Blvd” and the pleasant but forgettable jazz jangle of ”Keep Doin’ That [Rich Bitch]”) and Rozay greatest-hits karaoke that tries and fails to recapture the impact of his bulletproof Teflon Don bombast. Album cut ”Heavyweight” is a retread of his 2010 hit ”B.M.F.”; synthesizer/808 combination ”Nickel Rock” packs a punch, but the narrative richness of Lil Boosie’s guest verse makes Ross’ paint-by-numbers hedonism seem empty.
Rick Ross Releases ’Elvis Presley Blvd’ Single, Announces ’Hood Billionaire’ Album
Ross is still too big to fail, even if nothing sticks like it used to: Mastermind topped the Billboard 200 without a big single, and Hood Billionaire, which is also hit-less, will likely perform well too. But this is an album that has no real need to exist. Ross’ reasoning for releasing two LPs in one year? ”That’s how bosses do it,” he recently told WWPR New York. Fair enough, but a sharper leader probably would have streamlined Mastermind and Hood Billionaire into one solid album.
Riss aint had a good album in a while in my opinion. Teflon Don was that work. Everything else is here n there good shit. I like hood billionaire cuz content wise itts so dade county. The verbiage and the topics. He got Boobie talkin all thru the album. For me its just too far along in his career for this kind of body of work. This album sounds like the project rhat gets him on. Lol. Not lp number 7. Too much of a regression. No surprise billboard gave it a 2. If u not from miami u not gonna have a clue bout 80% of whats goin on on this album
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