The legend himself Jay Da Menace (J-Dawg of Black Menace) just released the artwork for his upcoming mixtape “I Took Yo Beat”. The tape will be released on December 13th and is highly anticipated by his fan base. It will be the first in several years for one of Hollygrove’s originators and MVPs.
The double album “Real Rap” is set for release in April of 2017. XLP Distribution will distribute the project.
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Spewing bravado all over the visuals, BTY YoungN shows he’s “Materialistic” in his newest video, that dropped late yesterday.
YoungN has had a banner year, garnering hundreds of thousands of downloads on his other 2016 videos, not to mention the streets are literally flooded with copies of “I Ain’t Sorry For the Wait” and “2nd Feed Up”, his newest mixtape offerings.
2017 is shoring up to be YoungN’s best year ever. He has new merchandise, music, visuals, a tour, and much, much more in the works!
One talk with Nateese “Tha Natural” Jones and you can be certain you aren’t conversing with just any rapper. In fact, you can be certain you aren’t talking with just an Average Joe.
Tha Natural is wise beyond his years. Could it be his experiences growing up between L.A. and Houston? Perhaps. Or does it come from living the fast life and where that can lead a kid? Who knows? And really, who cares? Because all that matters now is that Mr. Jones is getting his life in order so he can move on to bigger and better things – which in all reality, is currently taking place.
Tha Natural has a promising career that’s growing by leaps and bounds and he’s getting his business (Loss Life ENT) in order. This collaboration with Kevin Gates over an @KalaniOnTheBeat track is opening many doors, as the single gains traction in the digital realm.
Comedian Dave Chappelle will host “Saturday Night Live” on the Nov. 12 episode, NBC announced on Friday. This will be the first time that Chappelle has ever hosted the show.
A Tribe Called Quest will be the evening’s musical guest to promote their first album in 18 years, “We Got It From Here … Thank You 4 Your Service.”
A comedian, writer and actor, Chappelle is best known as a standup, and for his sketch comedy show “Chappelle’s Show” which ran on Comedy Central between 2003 and 2006. His film credits include “Robin Hood: Men in Tights” and “The Nutty Professor.” He also stars in the 1998 film “Half Baked” which he wrote with Neal Brennan. Recently, Chappelle appeared in Spike Lee’s 2015 film “Chi-Raq.”
Before Chappelle takes the “SNL” stage, Benedict Cumberbatch will host the next episode on Nov. 5. Solange will accompany the “Doctor Strange” star, following the release of her third studio album “A Seat at the Table.”
The 42nd season of “Saturday Night Live” premiered to the show’s largest ratings in eight years. The episode was hosted by Margo Robbie and featured Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump. “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, Tom Hanks and Emily Blunt have also hosted episodes this season.
Chappelle notably has the honor of hosting the first “SNL” episode following election Tuesday on Nov. 8.
The 2016 NOLA Music Awards winner for “Breakthrough Artist of the Year” is a force to be reckoned with – lyrically.
BTY YoungN is a monster on the mic. Don’t believe us? Check out his “I Ain’t Sorry For the Wait” album (stream below or listen on Soundcloud”. “2nd Feed Up” isn’t far behind, but YoungN knew he had to give his fans something to listen to in the meantime.