Posts Tagged ‘ YMCMB ’

Bow Wow – Nah


Bow Wow, aka Mr. 106 & Park, steps back to the mic on his Jahlil Beats-produced track “Nah,” where he calls out posers and claims his own spot in the game. In the visuals, directed by BoyEazy, the YMCMB rapper/TV host tosses money and talks tough as a New York City skyline accents his spitting of the song’s lyrics.

Lil Wayne, Birdman And Euro – We Alright


YMCMB heads Lil Wayne and Birdman join forces with their newest signee Euro for the single “We Alright” and now they drop the video. The money maker anthem is the first single off YMCMB’s upcoming compilation album Rise of an Empire, due on March 11.

Birdman, Detail And Kendrick Lamar – 100 Favors


Here goes another track from Birdman’s YMCMB and Cash Money compilation album Rich Gang. This one features Detail, Birdman and Kendrick Lamar.

Mavado Ft. Nicki Minaj – Give It All To Me


We The Best music group’s Mavado teams up with YMCMB’s Nicki Minaj for his new single “Give It All To Me”.

Busta Rhymes Ft. Nicki Minaj – Twerk It (Official Video)

Busta Rhymes ft Nicki Minaj - Twerk It

Check out the official music video of Busta Rhymes Ft. Nicki Minaj – Twerk It.

Mack Maine – Up Till Then (Official Video).


Mack Maine’s Food For Thought mixtape is coming soon and here’s the video for “Up Until Then.”

Ace Hood Ft. Lil Wayne – We Outchea


Check out the second single from Ace Hood‘s upcoming album, Trials & Tribulations. The song is called “We Outchea” and features Lil Wayne.

Pitbull “Welcome 2 Dade County”


Miami based rapper Pitbull decides to let loose on Lil Wayne after the YMCMB rapper took shots at his home town. Although he was one the rappers we least expected to return shots, Pitbull is taking shots at Weezy on his latest remix to “Harlem Shake” in a track he called ‘Welcome 2 Dade County.’  “I’m self-made, I’m self-paid / I grew up with no daddy, I’m from Miami-Dade,” Pitbull spits on the track. “It’s a deposition / Watch what you speak / Who’s the definition of Miami?  Me / I move cultures, don’t believe me? / Watch and see.”

This isn’t only time Pitbull mentions Cash Money on the track either. The rapper also opens up about Cash Money co-founders Birdman and Slim, alluding to them being the ones making money off of Wayne’s success. “You got money, yeah that’s sweet / But we all know Slim and Baby really eat / You talk Miami, yes you talkin’ Heat / Moral of the story, don’t shit where you eat.”

YMCMB At The 2012 VMA’s.

The YMCMB team hit up the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards followed by the Beats By Dre after-party.

Watch the video below.

Caskey Signs With Cash Money Records.

Cash Money’s newest artist was just announced…  Check out how it all went down.

Busta Rhymes Discusses Lil Wayne’s Negative Remarks About New York.

“Everybody’s entitled to their opinion,” NY native Busta said Wednesday on Hot 97 personality Angie Martinez’s afternoon show to promote his new free LP Year of the Dragon.  In fact, Busa Bus has similar feelings toward El Paso, Texas, after he and his entourage were arrested after performing there several years back. “It don’t mean I don’t like the people there, it don’t mean I don’t like my support, my love, but I don’t like El Paso,” the Dungeon Dragon stated, making his point very clear. “My experience in El Paso makes me not like it. I haven’t done another show there since.”  As far as his buddy Weezy, Busta understands why he’s down on the Big Apple. On Monday, MTV News asked Wayne how it felt to perform in New York on August 14 with Nicki Minaj.

“You know, flat out: I don’t like New York,” Weezy said before saying he had an “awesome” time on stage with Nicki.  State Senator Malcolm A. Smith of Queens was “angry,” “taken aback” and “shocked” by Lil Wayne’s contempt for his beloved city, according to The New York Times, so much so that he organized a conference in Father Duffy Square, between West 46th and West 47th Streets, on Wednesday to demand an apology.  “If you don’t like New York,” Smith said, according to the NY Times, “you don’t have to come to New York. You don’t have to sell your products here. And perhaps we won’t come to your concerts.”

Nicki Minaj – Pound The Alarm (Official Video).

Nicki Minaj’s next single “Pound The Alarm” has an official video it’s shot in her birthplace of Trinidad the whole video is essentially a tourist advertisement for the Carribbean island. Watch as she dances around on stage in front of speakers in feathers and around the island.

Two Chainz ft. Nicki Minaj – Love Dem Strippers (Behind The Scenes).

Nicki Minaj and 2 Chainz have linked up once again, this time for 2 Chainz’s track “I Luv Dem Strippers” off his upcoming solo debut. Well today we get some exclusive, behind the scenes footage of the video shoot and all its glory. The clip was shot at Diamonds Of Atlanta, and features, naturally, some strippers showing off their assets and talents as they take to the poles.

Nicki, 2 Chainz, and director Benny Boom give their take on the video as we get some see some of the scenes play out before our eyes. Based On A T.R.U. Story drops on August 14th, show support. For now though check out the behind the scenes footage of “I Luv Dem Strippers”

Lil Wayne & Big Sean – My Homies Still (Official Video).

Rapper Lil’ Wayne released “My Homies Still” as the official first single from his much-anticipated tenth studio album “I Am Not a Human Being II”, scheduled to hit stores in 2012 via Young Money Records – In the StreetRunner & Sarom-produced urban single Weezy trades verses with G.O.O.D. Music representative Big Sean. “My Homies Still” is a sick tune! The beat is off the chain, and both Wayne and Sean throw in some of their dopest verses.  To me personally it looks and feels a little bit like ‘Rella’ from Odd future… which looked and felt like ‘My Name Is‘ from Eminem.  But check the method below.

Nicki Minaj – Pound The Alarm (Behind The Scenes).

Watch this behind the scene’s video for Nicki Minaj’s next single “Pound The Alarm”. The video is shot in her birthplace of Trinidad we see her dance around in feathers showing off all those curves watch the clip below.

Affion Crockett – WTF.

Affion Crockett is well known for his celebrity/rap spoof, primarily his first go at Drake, but now apparently, he’s coming out with an entire album titled “Watch The Clone”.  The first single off said album is titled “WTF”, and a masterful impersonation of Jay-Z discussing Lil Wayne’s current fashion trends.  A nice video with a funny premise, (and featuring Donnell Rawlins) “WTF” is sure to make any Hip Hop enthusiasts laugh.  Check the method.

David Guetta, Chris Brown & Lil Wayne – I Can Only Imagine (Behind The Scenes).

Check out the behind the scenes footage of David Guetta’s ‘I Can Only Imagine’ video shoot.

Big Sean, Pusha T, & 2 Chainz, – Mercy (Live).

With all the controversy surrounding New Jersey’s Hot 97 Summer Jam, it’s a shame that some of the best performances were overshadowed by a performance that didn’t even happen.  (And before anyone jumps up my nose with the fact that Hot 97 is a New York radio station… the concert was HELD in New Jersey.)  But one of my favorite parts of the show was Big Sean, Pusha T, and 2 Chainz getting together to perform their hit ‘Mercy’.  Check the method below.

Lil Wayne ft. Big Sean – My Homies Still.

Lil Wayne has given a taste of his upcoming album by debuting its first single “My Homies Still”, featuring Big Sean. The bouncy track uses the “Go Stupid” hook from the G.O.O.D. Music rapper’s hit “Dance (A$$)” and is produced by STREETRUNNER and Saron from Spliffington Management.

Hours before he dropped the song, the Young Money rapper unleashed an artwork for the track. The image simply features the song’s title written in red letters with a plain black background. The single itself is expected to be listed in Weezy’s upcoming album which is tentatively titled “I Am Not a Human Being Pt. 2”.

Interestingly, Weezy has been involved in a feud with Sean’s fellow G.O.O.D. Music member Pusha T. Pusha T started the beef by releasing “Exodus 23:1” in which he rapped about Weezy’s artist Drake. Responding to it, Weezy later released “Goulish” which took a jab at the one half of the hip hop duo Clipse.

Speaking of a potential conflict that may arise with the inclusion of Sean in Weezy’s single, Young Money president Mack Maine tells MTV News, “That was a great song that was made before that situation happened.” He adds, “I’m not ’bout to go into the studio and tell Wayne to take [Big Sean] off. Wayne not tryna take him off – he’s good peeps, he’s fam.”

YMCMB’s King Of Diamonds Take Over/Memorial Day Weekend. (EXPLICIT).

King Of Diamonds can certainly be a relaxing spot for those who work hard non stop.  And no one seems to be working harder these days than Lil Wayne and the YMCMB crew.  Take a look at how they relaxed on Memorial Day 2012.  (And be WARNED, the video is uncensored).

As if all that wasn’t enough, check out some of the Memorial Day shows in Miami featuring Funk Master Flex, Ace Hood, 2 Chainz, Fat Joe, and many more.

Pusha T. – Exodus 23:1.

Beef between rappers often looked upon as cliche’ or a bad publicity stunt.  But when there’s an even keel between the artists on both sides, things for hardcore fans can become a bit exciting.  Lord knows what really started the now simmering beef between Pusha T. and Lil Wayne, but Pusha seems to be taking it quite seriously with his new video for Exodus 23:1.  In the video which many people speculate is a shot at Dwayne Carter, there’s an abundance of drug use, (most likely in reference to some of Weezy’s recreational habits), and there is even a Lil Wayne semi-look-alike in parts of the video.  Check the method below.

As I posted up the other day, this little war of words isn’t one sided.  Weezy dropped the track ‘Goulish’, possibly in response to Exodus 23:1, definitely directed at Pusha T.  Click the media player below to listen.

Bow Wow ft. T Pain – Better.

Bow Wow drops a new music video for his stripper-dedicated track featuring T-Pain. Video directed by Rico Da Crook. Underrated in stores June 12th.

Lil Wayne vs. Pusha T.

Drake: “Are you sure you wanna diss him?”

In my community, the barber shop is normally a place where men go, and engage in conversation about whatever, and over at my boy Q’s place, discussions about the rap game are as common as hair on the floor.  Lil Wayne and Pusha T are both miraculous lyricists, but its a well known fact that Lil Wayne doesn’t normally engage in beef.  Today however, I got an earfull of Weezy taking a wide open shot at Pusha in a new freestyle above.  Below is another new release from Lil Tunchi incase you’re not interested in the beef.

Behind the Scenes: Shanell feat. Lil Wayne & Drake – So Good.

Check out some dope behind the scenes footage from Shanell’s newest video titled ‘So Good’ featuring Lil Wayne and Drake.

Birdman & DJ Khaled Talk New YMCMB Business.

The YMCMB crew has been putting brick on top of brick onto the castle in their music empire for quite some time now.  But every so often people will hear certain rumors, like that they signed Fred Durst, or that every 6 months they look at a new batch of recruits, or whatever else the web has spit out recently.  But the one thing I like to wait for is hearing the facts right from the lion’s mouth.  In the video below, DJ Khaled, and the originator of Cash Money, Birdman get together to discuss some new business in the YMCMB community.  Check the method.

For those die-hard Young Money fans that want a listen of the new single “Take It To The Head” that you heard in the video, take a listen to it below.