INTERVIEW: Slime Money or No Money

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Slime Money Entertainment originally started in 2003. I had moved to California in 2001 by myself and when I came back home all my home boys were rappin’ and we’d been rapping, so we sat down together to come up with something we could call ourselves to make it like a real movement. More than just the city that we’re from, we’re trying to make it a whole state thing, a regional thing. First we came up with Slime because that’s something we use to always say. But we had a meaning S.L.I.M.E. stands for Savage Living In Masgus Empire, but it ended up getting so big out of our city that we now call it Savage Living In Michigan Everyday. And that’s how we came up with the actual Slime Money name. And when we first came up with the Slime Money name we was doing a show and one of the promoters had seen our name and said we needed to change our name because wasn’t nobody gonna come, but we ended up keepin it and going from there.

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Pusha T Says New Solo Album Is Coming Soon

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Virginia rapper/G.O.O.D. Music artist Pusha T recently divulged information regarding his upcoming mixtape, The Wrath of Caine and the yet to be named solo album, which will release later in the first quarter of this year. As of late, Pusha T has been actively dropping visuals and featured verses on G.O.O.D. music projects, but he has been doing so without No Malice, formerly Malice, and one half of the famed rap duo The Clipse, who recently re-devoted himself to God.

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Nicki Minaj’s Growing Anger With Mariah Carey

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The feud between Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj will probably be more memorable than whoever wins this season of “American Idol” — but is all their fighting real?

“It’s authentic,” FOX’s president of alternative programming Mike Darnell told the crowd at today’s 2013 TCA in Pasadena.

“The two of them were always angry,” added the show’s executive producer Nigel Lythgoe.

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Chief Keef’s Stepbrother Murdered

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The violence that plagued Chicago for much of 2012 has spilled over into the new year and it has claimed the life of Chief Keef’s stepbrother.

According DNAinfo.com Ulysses “Chris” Gissendanner III was fatally shot in the back of the head in the Far South Side section of the city on Wednesday, Jan 2. The 19-year-old was reportedly sitting in a car while visiting an uncle when he was fired upon. Gissendanner, who raps under the moniker YPN Boomtown, is purportedly the stepson of Keef’s biological father, Alfonso Cozart.

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Odd Future Explains Teen Beating

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The Cali collective have given their version of events, following reports that they were responsible for assaulting a teenager. Odd Future were accused of beating up a 17 year old fan at a December 8 concert in San Antonio. However, according to OF, the teen started to altercation.

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Bow Wow and YMCMB Rumors

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Bow Wow made an appearance on DJ Whoo Kid’s radio show recently, where he discussed a wide range of topics. While talking about his gig hosting “106 & Park” and his love of acting, the rapper also addressed long-standing rumors that his label, Young Money, seems to not have much camaraderie or unity.

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