He’s done it again, Big Steve Gee brings you #BlockTalkVol4, one of the hardest working Dj’s out right now bringing you more heat for you to rock out to. Based out of Canada he has made a name for himself with dropping more mixtapes in a month and breaking more tracks than others. Little do most realize Dj’s have been spinning a lot of his mixes in their very own play list. #BlockTalkVol4 is bringing you a host of various artist from Meek Mill to Wale. Being Part of @BiggaRankin @CoolRunnningDj’s he has become a force to be recking with.
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Drake and his cohorts at October’s Very Own just released some of their self-produced behind the scenes video of the first leg of the Club Paradise tour. The second leg of the tour which will include 2 Chainz, Meek Mill, French Montana, Waka Flocka and J. Cole kicks off May 7th in Concord, CA.
We reported earlier this week that a well known Miami Stripper Named TipDrill fell on her head during a performance
Miami-based stripper Tip Drill, known throughout the city as one of the best performers on-stage, made headlines over the weekend, following an incident at Miami’s King Of Diamonds strip club where she was seriously injured.
She is known for her death-defying signature entrance, where she emerges from the ceiling, sliding all the way down a pole before landing on her legs. As initial reports indicated, she fell off a pole over the weekend while performing, and was in serious condition.
Now, we’ve got some updates.
Tip Drill surfaced on Twitter on Wednesday (February 22), giving her nearly 26,000 followers updates on her status.
The stripper said she fell from 30 ft. high, but didn’t specify how she landed. Previous reports said she landed on her head, but those have been denied. Tip Drill also said she’s still hospitalized and in serious pain — saying it’s a “30 minute process” to go to the bathroom — but is on the road to recovery.
“I had a traumatic fall from 30ft. Not quite there, but on my way to recovery,” she tweeted (@OrigTipDrill). “Everytime I just sit n think about the fall I cry although I don’t remember it I just know what it caused me
“In pain but Im happy,” she later added.
According to fellow stripper/good friend Skrawberry, Tip is scheduled to undergo surgery next week, and is expected to make a full recovery. Specifics about the surgery were unknown.
“Can’t wait til Monday when she get her surgery so the healin process can start,” Skrawberry wrote on Twitter (@Skraw_Berry).
Tip Drill also revealed that after healing, she will give up stripping.
“Just 2 let everyone know I have no interest in dancing nemore I will not be a dancer my time has cum n expired thanks 2 every1 who supported,” she said.
DMX hit up Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club morning program, where he had some interesting perspectives on some of todays biggest names. During the interview he spoke about some still sour feelings toward Jay-Z. “At first you retire..then get me off the label and now you’re back rapping again.”
Hov wasn’t the only artist X touched upon, when asked about Rozay he stated, “He’s ight man…He talks about eating and girlfriends too much. How much can a ni**a eat? How much weed can you smoke?…I see a whole other side of the coin son.”
Last but not least on the dart board was YMCMB’s Drake, “I don’t like anything about Drake. I don’t like his f**king voice…I don’t like his face…I don’t like the way he walks…” Woah just when Drake was done dodging shots from Common a whole other beast pops up in DMX. Response?
Check out the interview to see who DMX is impressed by, some stories from DJ Envy and plenty more. To much to take in this AM… welcome to the afternoon.
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Last year, hip-hop superstar Drake released a song, “Marvin’s Room,” that quickly went viral and prompted various remixes by fellow artists intrigued by the depiction of a young woman on a phone call as the rapper drunkenly croons, “You could do better.
Now, Ericka Lee, revealing herself to be Drake’s ex-girlfriend, has stepped up, saying she was the voice on the other end of the phone call. The woman is now suing Drake for excluding her from sharing co-writer royalties on one of his biggest recent hits.
Lee filed the lawsuit on Thursday in California federal court claiming the two had a romantic and business partnership between early 2010 and mid-2011. During the relationship, the two are said to have traded poems and song lyrics and discussed joint creative projects.
Last year, Drake allegedly agreed to work with Lee on “Marvin’s Room” and split the proceeds. Lee says she was asked to record the song’s “hook” as well as the opening monologue that would serve as the thematic framework for a song about Drake’s yearning for an ex-girlfriend and how his fame interfered with his love life. “Plaintiff’s contribution is highly significant to the overall work,” says the complaint.
Drake supposedly acknowledged Lee’s contributions in text messages sent to her. One read, “U basically made that song.” Another read, “It’s s–t without you.”
Drake purportedly gave Lee credit as a “vocalist” on the song as “Syren Lyric Muse.” Additionally, the parties are said to have registered the sound recording at the U.S. Copyright Office. On July 11, Lee made a claim there, saying, “My works and voice are used on this work.” About six weeks later, Drake’s label, Cash Money Records made its own claim, saying that the song author was an “employer for hire.”
Lee reports that after the song was released, their relationship ended and got ugly fast. The two discussed meeting in Los Angeles, but it never happened. According to the complaint, Drake later sent a text message to Lee that offered her 2 percent of “publishing royalties.”
By November, Lee hired a lawyer, which allegedly caused Drake to make threatening phone calls. “What the f— is your problem?” he said to her, according to the complaint, then offering her “4-5%” of publishing monies plus a $50,000 payout to go away.
Instead, Lee has filed a lawsuit over “Marvin’s Room,” which has been viewed more than 39 million times on YouTube. She demands a judge declare her as co-writer of the song. She’s also seeking damages and disgorgement of profits on allegations of breach of fiduciary duties and unjust enrichment. Lee is represented by Neville Johnson, who previously filed a lawsuit against Drake on behalf of Playboy Enterprises for sampling an unauthorized sound recording it owned on “Best I Ever Had.”
Drake’s reps gave us this comment:
“This claim is entirely without merit and our client has not engaged in any wrongful conduct. Ericka Lee consented to the use of her voice in the song ‘Marvin’s Room’ prior to its release. Lee asked only for the credit she received as ‘Syren Lyric Muse,’ and she did not ask for any compensation. It was only after she retained a lawyer that there was a demand for payment. Drake tried for months to resolve the matter amicably, and he now looks forward to being vindicated in court.”