You could hear the streets whisper about another huge hip-hop wedding. The two are filming a movie called "H" and are supposed to have a duet album to go along with it.The groom could perform "Here I Am," while the bride could take the stage at the reception and rap "Get Me Home." But earlier this week, Ross shot down the rumors. Before that, the Boss will appear in DJ Khaled's next video, "Out Here Grindin'," along with Ace Hood, Young Jeezy and Akon.Genuine person who spoke her mind & didn’t give a F—! Shouts to Mega.” Amidst his answers regarding beef, death, sex and the dissolution of his marriage, Nas found time for a couple of wisecracks, quipping that he would simply “smile” if he ran into hip-hop critic Bill O’Reilly on the street, and sidestepping a request to weigh in on hip-hop heavies Rick Ross and Fat Joe, responding “Them some big n&ggaz. We sympathize, but technology keeps improving and we have to keep up, too.Our site runs faster and better on the latest browsers.
Fighting back tears, Foxy Brown sat on the “Rap Fix Live” sofa Wednesday (August 14) and shared her side of the story about rumors that have surrounded her relationship with former partner in rhyme Jay Z and the now infamous “Fox’s box” mention on “Picasso Baby." “Was I shocked when Jay said the line in 'Picasso Baby'? We have a history that supersedes music,” Foxy said on Rap Fix.
All this comes on the heels of pictures hitting the Net of the couple hugging.
Judging from the photos, however, it's hard to tell beyond a shadow of a doubt whether the hip-hop pair are boos or just showing some rap-world love. I'm married to the money." Ross is partnering up with another hip-hop star soon though: Baby from Cash Money.
While his answers were not particularly long-winded, Nas revealed that he never had sex with former collaborator Foxy Brown, and has yet to cover up the tattoo of his ex-wife Kelis, writing, “Not fully. ” The ‘Ether’ rapper also confirmed that he and Jay-Z are “still cool,” and that his previous beef with fellow Queensbridge MC Cormega is done.
I changed it a lil bit.” Waxing nostalgic on the subject of the tragic death of singer Amy Winehouse, Nas wrote, “Amy was my sister.