participants are unknowing of the fact that this new past time has a dark past. The term planking originated from slavery. Planking was the method they used to pack slaves...(Cont.)


Congratulations to Angrey Ent. for winning June 5th's edition of "KEEP IT OR SWEEP IT".Look for their interview live on air


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Wednesday, June 22, 2011


Do you have to make sacrifices for fame? Nicki Minaj considers her changes a sacrifice others refer to it as "selling out" or "selling your soul" Old Nicki has my heart, I feel her music. It was [her music] much better because she had everything to prove and nothing to lose. I understand her broadening her horizens by opening up to new genres but, I don't agree with changing who you are. I listened to all of Minaj's pre-fame mixtapes, all of which can be found on She never mentioned anything about barbie or being pink, it was straight hood. Now, she's this person we no longer know saying she's always loved barbie and pink when three years ago you refered to yourself as Nicholis and supposedly went hard in the streets. I respect her hustle and her grind so I will not knock her and as a young female entering the entertainment industry I imagine it is easy to lose yourself if you don't go in knowing who you are. I can live with her switching up her flow but, the hip implants, the nose job, the boob job,the butt job just took things to a whole new level. I miss the old Nicki and I want her back. Her emotional ballad, "Dear Old Nicki" off of her Album ,"Pink Friday" explains why she made some of the changes. The fact she acknowledges that she has changed signifgantly gives me hope that maybe she'll come back and be who she really is. For everyone who hates Nicki Minaj, I urge you to listen to one of her old mixtapes and everyone who loves her now, go listen as well to see who see really is.  It's a sad situation but, there is talent underneath all those customes, voices, and make up. Who do you like better OLD NICKI or NEW NICKI? Would you change everything about yourself for a major record deal and fame?

OLD NEVER BEFORE SEEN photos of Nicki Minaj and song DEAR OLD NICKI

Tuesday, June 21, 2011


This video is a few years old but many still haven't seen it. If you are one of those people rapper, Gucci Mane punches his ex girlfriend in the face and pushes her off stage in mid performance. His ex girlfriend gives a brief interview at the end of the video stating there are no hard feelings. (Typical)



"Chris Brown and Odd Future affiliate Frank Ocean went at it on Twitter yesterday! The beef was sparked by Chris who tweeted “I f*ck wit Frank Ocean! Reminds me of a young James Fauntleroy or Kevin Cossum.” The messages was taken as an “underhanded” compliment by Ocean who replied ““i f*cks wit chris brown, reminds me of a young sisqo or ike turner, i just dont like underhanded comments. thats all im saying.” The beef escalated when Chris called Ocean an “ape” and Ocean called Brown “Christopher.” "
CTFU. Twitter beefs always amuse me.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011


The saying less is more has never been more true.
There IS a such thing as too much. As a man I like them big but I mean, I don't want to fear getting a black eye by getting slapped in the face by one of these. This post is not to say ladies if you have big breasts, be ashamed, not at all.  Just don't expose them on FACEBOOK like this because you want attention. If you put yourself out there like a hoe you will get played like one, realize your worth! I can't wife somebody like this, or even bring you home to my people. We like it when it doesn't    look like your trying, and baby you trying too hard for me!

Dee-1's inspiration behind his new song blue

Video Interview with New Orleans rapper, Dee-1 about his new song off of his mixtape, I Hope they hear me Vol. 2 titled, "Blue"

Saturday, June 11, 2011


I'm 17 and my parents kicked me out because I quit my job and skool to become a rapper. I feel like they don't love me, am I wrong to hate them?

Dear Listener,
 I don't think you should hate them because, they don't hate you. They just want the best for you and seeing you throw your life away probably hurt them bad as well. 1 of 3 black males in America want to be a rapper so the odds of getting signed and blowing up are getting smaller and smaller. I'm sure your parents would support your music if you made time for your school work and job as well. You need a back up plan because in this industry it's never a guarantee. Even if it was, do you want to be rapping until your 50? A degree in business would be great so you could branch out.


Friday, June 10, 2011

Spare the Rod, Spoil The Child, Or Beat the Child and Drive Them Wild?

For decades there's been controversy over what the proper way to discipline children is. Some parents are a firm believer in spankings while others are completely against it. According to society minorities are more likely than Caucasians to spank their children. I disagree with that theory. I'm seeing more and more Caucasians in fact DO beat their kids. But, the question is it even effective anymore? Children today are so hard headed does it do more harm than good to spank them? What are some ways to discipline children in today's age so you actually get your point across and not just enrage them? Tune in to Sunday's episode 06/12 and call in to let us know your views on children's rebellious behavior and what disciplinary action you think needs to be taken.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

                 Lil Wayne HOW TO LOVE - DOWNLOAD HERE

Lil Wayne recently released a new single off of his upcoming album, The Carter IV titled, How To Love. The song has a pop feel and it the concept is different from what we're used to from this New Orleans, rapper. In fact, he isn't even rapping it's more of a ballad. None the less it's showing his growth as an artist and that he can also be versatile. He is making music that is allowing him to crossover and not only be confined to one type of audience and that is what a true artist does. This single has a deep metaphorical meaning, and from the moment I heard it I fell in love with it. Just when we thought he wasn't "human" and that he lost his mind, he surprised us and showed us he is human after all. I think this song was a wise career move for Wayne, a way to help him reconnect with his fans. What do you think? Will this song be beneficial, detrimental, or have no impact at all on his album or career?

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

The Official DRAMATODABEAT Mixtape

Want more publicity? exposure as well? Would you like to expand your audience nation wide? Well, you need to hop on that OFFICIAL D2DB Mixtape, hosted by Dj Annoymaz. The mixtape will feature exclusive music by artists on the underground scene. To get your song on the Official D2DB mixtape email all songs to ,along with a short bio , and photo. Slots are going fast, and there aren't many left so hurry, and please understand, we respect EVERYONE'S hustle and we appreciate all submissions but, only the best get on.


Congratulations to Angrey Entertainment
from Charlottesville, Va for winning the second edition of our, KEEP IT OR SWEEP IT competition with their new R&B banger, "Everything's a Go". June 25th we will have them on the air live with us with an exclusive interview.


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