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Lord Jamar: J Cole's
 
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http://www.vladtv.com - Lord Jamar spoke about the impact of J. Cole's "Fire Squad" song in this clip from his exclusive interview with VladTV.

Lord Jamar believes that J. Cole basically cosigned everything that he's been saying in his previous VladTV interviews about White people being "guests in the house of Hip Hop." He then spoke about how the emergence of Elvis was "a dream for the machine" in order to have the ability to sell "Black sh*t through White people." Jamar believes that this is the same mentality that is occurring in today's society.
Views: 116411 Djvlad
Ashanti: 2Pac Was the Last Artist Able to Make Societal Changes
 
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http://www.vladtv.com - Ashanti opened up to VladTV about her thoughts on the recent police brutality cases in the U.S. and how no one in hip hop since 2Pac has been able to make a societal impact. The famed singer feels that a lot of people today don't feel strongly about things that don't directly affect them, and Ashanti says they seem more concerned with social media.

Speaking more about 2pac, Ashanti believes that he was "so far ahead" of his time, and adds that things would be much different if he were alive today.

Check out more of what she had to say in the above clip.
Views: 52248 Djvlad
Lord Jamar: Eminem Is No Different Than Macklemore
 
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http://www.vladtv.com - Lord Jamar sat down with VladTV once again and shared his thoughts on Eminem, scoffing at the fact that many separate Eminem from other White rappers such as Macklemore and Iggy Azalea because of his skill level.
While Jamar admits that Eminem is nice when it comes to the technical aspects of being an MC, he still sees him as a white artist profiting from a black art form. He goes on to say that he doesn't feel Eminem as an artist and that he can't relate to the outlandish things Em says on wax.

Check out Lord Jamar above.
Views: 124239 Djvlad
Lord Jamar: Light-Skinned Woman Are Placed on a Pedestal
 
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Lord Jamar: Light-Skinned Woman Are Placed on a Pedestal
http://www.vladtv.com - Lord Jamar sat down with VladTV to share his opinion on Tank recently tweeting that he doesn't understand the resentment dark-skinned women hold for light-skinned women, with Jamar saying that black women with light skin have been put on a pedestal above darker women, just like white women are considered superior to all black women. When a darker woman sees a man she considers to be attractive with a lighter woman, it in a way validates those feelings and builds resentment, especially if there's a pattern seen where he exclusively dates light-skinned women.
Hear Lord Jamar's reasoning above.
Views: 65882 Djvlad
J. Cole Talks Eminem
 
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J. Cole Talked about His New Album and all the Hype behind the song "Fire Squad" which made people think Cole was dissing white people/Eminem and other Rappers. Watch the interview to see what J.Cole Had to say about Money, Success Happiness and Appreciation.
Views: 178981 Decode Hip-Hop & Pop
Lil Fizz Reveals How He Continues to Make Money From B2K Fame
 
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http://www.vladtv.com - In this VladTV exclusive, Love and Hip Hop Hollywood's Lil Fizz explains how he's been able to provide for himself since his B2K days.

Since the group disbanded in 2004, Fizz says he dived into acting including filming a dance movie with his former bandmate J. Boog. With all of the members having a part in writing their huge hits, he's continued to receive royalty checks for their songs, including every time they're played. With "You Got Served" playing on almost every cable network, the Cali native is greeted with a check every time it airs. He also noted that with just two albums, his former group sold millions of copies worldwide. Thanks to his mother, Fizz says he learned how to manage his money responsibly and even invested in land.

Fizz also knocks the stigma of artists being broke after they've hit their prime. He shared details about the importance of owning your music and how to make money from it.

Check out what else Fizz had to say above.
Views: 54100 Djvlad
Styles P: I Can Relate to Lil Wayne Wanting to Leave Cash Money
 
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Styles P: I Can Relate to Lil Wayne Wanting to Leave Cash Money
http://www.vladtv.com - Styles P sat down with VladTV and shared his thoughts on Lil Wayne wanting to leave Cash Money Records, saying he can relate, as he's been in that same situation twice, namely as a member of The Lox wanting to leave Bad Boy for Ruff Ryders earlier in his career. In the end, however, he wishes Wayne the best in whatever decision he ultimately makes.

When it comes to making assumptions about what Wayne and Baby are going through, Styles doesn't feel it's his place to do so, saying he knows both of them and he wouldn't want to put out a strong opinion about it because none of us know exactly what went down behind the scenes.
Views: 113902 Djvlad
Lord Jamar: If You Worship Material Things, Ralph Lauren Is God
 
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Lord Jamar: If You Worship Material Things, Ralph Lauren Is God
http://www.vladtv.com - Lord Jamar sat down with VladTV and shared his thoughts on A$AP Ferg referring to Ralph Lauren as a god, saying he would never compare Ralph Lauren or any other fashion designer to God, but can understand that for those very much into clothes, he can be perceived as such.
He reiterates that he can see the impact of the Polo brand, and that for materialistic people, they may consider Lauren to be a god, but he could never see himself holding anyone in the same regard.
Check out Lord Jamar above.
Views: 51045 Djvlad
Lord Jamar: Charles Barkley's Comments on Black People Are True
 
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http://www.vladtv.com - Lord Jamar sat down with VladTV and shared his thoughts on sports commentator and former Phoenix Suns player Charles Barkley's comments about African-Americans thinking there's such a thing as "acting black" and its origins in ignorance. Jamar feels there is truth to these comments, saying he himself has been accused of "acting/speaking white," and that there are certain things African-Americans view as "White" that they shouldn't.
Check out the clip above.
Views: 128017 Djvlad
KOTD - Rap Battle - Pat Stay vs Daylyt (Title Match)
 
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Royce Da 5'9 Addresses Tyler the Creator Trashing Eminem's Album
 
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Royce Da 5'9 Addresses Tyler the Creator Trashing Eminem's Album
http://www.vladtv.com - Royce Da 5'9 shared his thoughts on Tyler, the Creator recently trashing the ShadyXV compilation on Twitter.

Royce refused to comment on Tyler's opinions from a personal perspective, but rather respected his words as being his own views. Royce recalled having met Tyler and his crew, and thinks that it's unfortunate for Tyler to use his public platform to degrade Eminem's latest work after having met him personally. Royce explained that Eminem put the same effort into the Shady XV compilation as he did his previous albums so if a person is going to hate on this one, then they should hate on his entire body of work.
Views: 64377 Djvlad
Kurupt Shares Thoughts on Lil Wayne Going at Birdman on Twitter
 
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Kurupt Shares Thoughts on Lil Wayne Going at Birdman on Twitter
http://www.vladtv.com - Cali rhyme spitter Kurupt recently sat down with VladTV and shared his thoughts on Lil Wayne recently calling out his mentor Birdman for pushing back his highly anticipated album, Tha Carter V, saying he's shocked by the news, but hopes they work it out.

The "We Can Freak It" rapper compared the situation to himself and the Dogg Pound going through issues, saying there was a time when he, Snoop Dogg and Daz Dillinger weren't on good terms, but eventually they were able to hash out their differences, and he hopes Weezy and Baby will be able to do the same thing.
Check out Kurupt in the clip above.
Views: 126569 Djvlad
Lord Jamar: Justin Timberlake Would Be Average If He Was Black
 
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Lord Jamar: Justin Timberlake Would Be Average If He Was Black
http://www.vladtv.com - Lord Jamar shared his thoughts on Justin Timberlake during a sit-down with VladTV. The outspoken rapper says that the singer carved out a lane for himself after leaving N'Sync, and Jamar says that he can respect that.

When it comes to his talent, Lord Jamar believes that Justin is good, but would be "average" if he were a black guy. He then questions why more black entertainers who the NY rapper feels are more talented than Timberlake aren't being given a chance, and says white artists are easier to sell.

Check out more of what Lord Jamar had to say above.
Views: 52652 Djvlad
Steve-O - Demise and Rise - FULL*
 
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Steve-O - Demise and Rise - FULL*
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MTV presents "Steve-O: Demise and Rise" - a one hour self documentary that explores Steve-O's struggles with drug and alcohol addiction. This first-hand account gives us a peek into his darkest hours, his caring friends who saved him and his fight to stay sober.
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Lord Jamar speaks on Record Companies Investing in Private Prisons, Music, and Awareness
 
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Lord Jamar joins U.G.R. radio to discuss current events in society
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Rich Homie Quan Addresses Young Thug Calling Him
 
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http://www.vladtv.com - Rich Homie Quan spoke about Young Thug's unique lingo that he uses when referring to other men in this clip from his exclusive interview with VladTV.

Rich Homie doesn't have a problem with Young Thug calling him his "hubby" among other things, because he knows Thug personally and knows that he only says those things because it's the way he chooses to talk. Since people and the media always feed into it, Rich Homie hopes that Thug will continue to shake things up with his words and keep people talking. He stated that he isn't gay so he doesn't worry about what Young Thug calls him.

Rich Homie went on to discuss recording "Lifestyle" with Thug, and how he is able to understand every word that Thug says while recording with him in the studio.
Views: 195295 Djvlad
Highlights on Lord Jamar, WorldStar Fight, Lil Terrio Meets Arsenio | Desus vs. Mero Ep. 9
 
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Highlights on Lord Jamar, WorldStar Fight, Lil Terrio Meets Arsenio | Desus vs. Mero Ep. 9
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Kurupt Goes on Enraged Tirade Over Kendrick's
 
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Kurupt Goes on Enraged Tirade Over Kendrick's "King of NY" Line
http://www.vladtv.com - In this clip from his exclusive interview with VladTV, Kurupt went ballistic over New York's defensive response to Kendrick Lamar's "I'm the King of New York" line on his "Control" verse.

Kurupt originally spit the "King of NY" line on the 2010 track "Get Bizy," which also featured verses from Kendrick Lamar, Terrace Martin and Bad Lucc. When asked about the meaning behind his original line, Kurupt replied, "That means I'm the f**king worst, and that's all it meant." Shortly after giving an explanation behind his line, Kurupt went off over how quick New Yorkers are to get offended by any line that mentions their city.

He explained that "King of New York," is actually "a f**king movie" from 1990 about a drug lord named Frank White who returns from prison to take control of his streets once again. Kurupt is extremely angry by how quickly New Yorkers are to jump to the conclusion that anything mentioned about their city is a diss of some kind. He emphasized that there is no problem between the West Coast and New York, and that every state within the United States is ultimately a part of a family.

He did, however, state that if anything were to happen to Kendrick, or anyone else from the West Coast, that there would certainly be severe repercussions, but ultimately it is New York who is always quick to ignite drama between the two coasts even when the West has no intention of starting problems.
Views: 192392 Djvlad
Kurupt on Donald Sterling: They Took a Good Man Down
 
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Kurupt on Donald Sterling: They Took a Good Man Down
http://www.vladtv.com - Kurupt opened up about his relationship with V. Stiviano during an exclusive sit-down with VladTV, and explains why he gave her a home visit soon after the news broke of her leaked messages with Donald Sterling. The rapper says that he was just looking out for a good friend, and Kurupt adds that he would do the same for any of his friends.

During the interview Kurupt also shared his thoughts on Donald Sterling, and believes they "took a good man down." The West Coast emcee says that it shouldn't have come as a surprise that Donald is "racist," considering his age.

Check out what else Kurupt had to say in the above slide.
Views: 27839 Djvlad
Lord Jamar on Nicki Minaj: Making Boyfriend Hypeman Was Bad Move
 
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Lord Jamar on Nicki Minaj: Making Boyfriend Hypeman Was Bad Move
http://www.vladtv.com - Lord Jamar sat down with VladTV, and offered up his thoughts on Nicki Minaj's recent breakup with longtime boyfriend Safaree Samuels. He believes that it was "borderline disrespectful" for Nicki to make her boyfriend her hypeman, but Lord Jamar thinks if he was her manager it would be respectful.
The NY rapper also comments on women being the bread winners of a relationship, and he thinks that times are changing in that respect.
Check out more of Lord Jamar's interview in the above slide.
Views: 112735 Djvlad
Immortal Technique: Some Rappers Fear Talking About Mike Brown
 
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Immortal Technique: Some Rappers Fear Talking About Mike Brown
http://www.vladtv.com - Immortal Technique shared his thoughts about the Mike Brown verdict with VladTV, and said that he's outraged, but keeps in mind the previous cases he's rallied for over the decades.
The famed activist also spoke about how some rappers don't want to talk about the situation for fear of being controversial. Immortal Technique adds that "rap was created to address controversy," and feels that they should be speaking out for their community.
Check out Immortal Technique's full thoughts on the Mike Brown situation, along with other topics in the above clip.
Views: 73456 Djvlad
Logic on Iggy Azalea and Importance of Authenticity in Hip Hop
 
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Logic on Iggy Azalea and Importance of Authenticity in Hip Hop
http://www.vladtv.com - During a sit down with VladTV, rapper Logic weighed in on the importance of truth in hip hop, and being able to back up the persona you create.

The Maryland emcee finds no problem with Iggy Azalea adopting the persona of a Southern rapper, because he believes she draws her musical inspiration from that genre and therefore honors it by rapping in that way. Logic feels that the persona a rapper takes on isn't what's truly important, but rather that the emcee can back up the material they choose to rap about.

To hear more about Logic's thoughts on authenticity in Hip Hop, check out the clip up top.
Views: 67913 Djvlad
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