Miami Rapper Bizzle Killed In Shooting

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Miami rapper Bizzle, whose real name is Robert Labranche, was killed in a shooting outside a Miami car washing business Monday night (October 15), witnesses have told NBC 6 South Florida. Labranche was 37 years old. Police say the murder occurred Monday night at around 7:30 PM at 770 NW 54th St. “He would not let you starve. He would not leave you in the street,” one of Bizzle’s neighbors, Rod Parker said, noting that the slain rapper would always try to help absolutely anyone in need.

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Flavor Flav Arrested For Assault With A Deadly Weapon

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Flavor Flav was arrested early this morning in Vegas after allegedly assaulting someone in his house with a deadly weapon, TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ, Flav — real name William Drayton Jr. — allegedly got into a heated verbal argument with a teenager in his house, as well as his fiancee. His fiancee then called 911.

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Tyga Sued Over Mansion

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Tyga INSISTS … he’s not some broke-ass squatter who’s refusing to pay rent on a Malibu crib — in fact, he claims he just bought a $6.5-million mansion 20 miles away. A Malibu landlord named Gholamreza Rezai sued Tyga, claiming the rapper is screwing him on the $16,000-per-month rent … but continues to live in the home. But a rep for Tyga tells Gutta World the lawsuit is 100% B.S … insisting he gave the landlord the necessary 30 days notice before he left … and everything should be square.

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Too Short Gets 2 Bitches With Microsoft Exec [VIDEO]

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By day, he’s a geeky Microsoft honcho, but by night, Michael Angiulo got on stage with Too Short and rapped about fucking 2 bitches at the same time … and TMZ has the video. Mike’s wife threw a bash for his 40th birthday at a Seattle bar, and hired Mike’s hero, Too Short, to perform for the reasonable price of $25k.

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Have We Outgrown Hip-Hop?

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When hip-hop legend Knowledge B. Born headed to the stage to finally receive his Hip-Hop Lifetime Achievement Award, he clutched in his right hand a speech written in graffiti that he had wanted to deliver for years. He planned to put the entire audience of rap superstars on blast for destroying the culture he helped create. But, when he looked into the faces of a room full of rich kids half his age, who were either half asleep or busy textin’, he just crumbled up his notes, said “Ya’ll keep doin’ your thing,” and left the stage. Leaving the crowd whispering amongst themselves, “Who was that old dude…”

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DJ Drama – Quality Street Music

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For the most part, “Quality Street Music” lives up to its name, with DJ Drama furthering his prominence as a tastemaker in Hip Hop. DJ Drama has been a relentless force in the mixtape scene for nearly a decade now, with his success in executing full-lengths landing somewhere around commendable. It’s clear that he realizes there’s a stark contrast between delivering a front-to-back solid project and feeding listeners’ mixtape after mixtape for sheer relevancy, and that role plays out appropriately on Quality Street Music.

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