(Nas’s BM Was Bogus) The Real Reason Behind Nas’s And Jay Z’s Former Beef By TonyBeenChi

Recently Nas’s BM sat down with VLAD TV for an interview, when the conversation turned to the epic Nas and Jay z beef that happened in the early 00s. In my opinion she is bogus because she played both sides, and messed with two dudes that were affiliated. And pillow talked with Jay about Nas’s business. Then gave Nas the ammunition for his lethal “Either” track. NEVER under estimate the power of a woman.

 

Join our mailing list to keep up with our latest posts and for a chance to win prizes!

Written By, TonyBeenChi

Of IzzyVision Entertainment

Tonybeenchi@izzyvisionlegacy.com

Twitter: @Tonybeenchi   

Instagram: @Tonybeenchi 

Facebook: @Tonybeenchi

BEHIND GATES & NOT A KODAK MOMENT By G.Othello

BEHIND GATES

&

NOT A KODAK MOMENT

By G.Othello

 

With the recent legal woes of Kevin Gates and Kodak Black, it seems as if a lot of our black music artists can’t catch a break. I mean, yes they did break the law, but how do our young brothers continue to find themselves in these situations? These are two music artists that were just beginning to take off in the music industry. Whether you rock with their music or not, they are two talented individuals in their own way. It’s as if some of these artists can’t shake their past. A lot of black music artists come from backgrounds riddled with drugs, violence and gang activity. So that lifestyle tends to follow them, but not every artist falls back into that trap. If we listen to the stories of Jay Z, Nas, and Kendrick Lamar to share a few, they lived a certain lifestyle and when they got on in the music industry, they got on. They did not look back or fall back into the lifestyle that they lived before. So I can’t help but to wonder, how did Kevin Gates and Kodak Black fall into this trap? Why are these artists who have a hit song suddenly fall into this pit where they become a product of the judicial system? Maybe their past just comes back to haunt them? Is this one of the many examples of when keeping it real goes wrong? I get it, “stupid is as stupid does” and “do the crime, do the time”. But DAMN.

What If Jay Z Never Returned To Rap After Retirement? (By TonyBeenChi)

Photo Credit:  http://theillixer.com/

 

Shawn Carter better known as ‘Jay z’ is a musical legend. I of course would have told you this in 1998. But i was 3-4 years ahead of mainstream hip hop critics who considered him a hip hop legend after the release of “The Blueprint” in 2001. And i can’t pinpoint the exact time when in general mainstream music began considering him a musical legend, but it was definitely after 2001, i know that much.

Maybe after “The Black Album” was released in 2003.But again i would’ve told you this in 1998. Speaking of “The Black Album” that was originally supposed to be Jay z’s final album. (Thank the good lord that it wasn’t). But it was supposed to be. Continue reading “What If Jay Z Never Returned To Rap After Retirement? (By TonyBeenChi)”