Ex-CTE memeber Scrilla drops his new video for ”Nightmares & Dreams” (not to be confused with MMG artist Meek Miil’s “Dreams & Nightmares” LP) a track off his “The Demonstration” mixtape today. Check it out right here
Jeezy came back all the way turned up! His new mixtape “It’s Tha World” is a full on celebration of the new moves in his life (ie his new position with Atlantic Records and his new label deal) and you can hear it in his voice. He recently shot a visual for “How I Feel” a track off the mixtape featuring producer Lil Lody. Once again, it’s a celebration bitches!
In an announcement made earlier, Freddie Gibbs and Young Jeezy’s CTE record label have decided to go separate ways. The two parties announced a parting of ways recently and Gibbs also spoke about his exit from Jeezy’s camp. In an interview with The Breakfast Club, Gibbs explained that the move was one he had to make and that it was “a good decision” for him and his family.
“It was a mutual decision,” he explained, before adding that there wasn’t just one reason for him leaving.
“It was a number of things but at the end of the day, it was a good decision for myself and my family. It was a move that I had to make personally and business-wise.”
Later, he added that he and Jeezy “just move in different ways.”
“We just move in different ways so it’s best that he move in his way and it’s best that I move in my way.”
When asked if he’d be releasing any Jeezy diss records, Gibbs said he wouldn’t start a beef.
“As long don’t nobody diss me, ain’t no diss records coming,” he clarified. “As long as I ain’t disrespected or I don’t feel disrespected then it’s all good.”
Gibbs also explained that he has a new deal coming soon.
“I’ve got a new deal in the works so everything’s smooth. Everything’s good…I’m not one of them guys to sit back and be bitter. This don’t define me. This is a move that I gotta to make in my career. Players get traded all the time and go to different teams and win championships.
The Inglewood, California rapper and CTE affiliate 2Eleven recently shared his side of the altercation he engaged in with fellow West Coast rapper Game at Lil Wayne’s birthday party this past weekend in Hollywood. Although there is video footage of the actual altercation, the footage doesn’t clearly show what led up to the brief fisticuffs. TMZ had previously reported that 2Eleven approached Game while he was with Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, and Sean Kingston, and “started talking smack” which is what lead to the melee.
However, according to what 2Eleven told AllHipHop.com, the confrontation popped off very differently from the account TMZ provided. He claims that he never stepped to Game like TMZ has claimed, but rather that he stepped outside and got sucker punched.
“So I had seen one of my homies, I went to catch him. I walk out the section right, I take five steps outside the section and someone comes and hits me from the back of my head. I turn around and I could see the security like on the way, so I tried to get one off on him.
“There wasn’t no fight, no words. From what I heard and what I heard on the Internet it’s like I ran up to him and had some words. But man there wasn’t no words. Why would I run up to a n**ga that 6’5 with two armed bodyguards with him, talking some s**t, with me and my young homie. I’m not even that kind of dude my n**ga. I sit back and play the cut, I’m on these b**ches. Plus we at Wayne’s private party, like c’mon man, you just on some n***a s**t.
Rapper Young Jeezy is being sued by his business partner, Demetrius Ellerbee. Ellerbee claims that Jeezy and Def Jam Records have failed to properly and adequately compensate him for songs he helped produce and promote. The suit was filed in Fulton County Superior Court, where Ellerbee’s claim says that he has seen little money back from what was paid out to the company.
The suit alleges that he’s owed $5 million and Jeezy misappropriated funds and directed them to personal accounts.
They were partners,” said Ellerbees attorney Mario Breedlove. “They started the company together. They grew the company together. And he’s entitled to one-half.”
– — – With the upcoming MadGibbs EP slated for a Fall release, and his much anticipated Gangsta Grillz mixtape Baby Face Killa in the works, Freddie Gibbs unveiled that a joint album with CTE label boss Young Jeezy was in the works and it would be titled, Nino & G-Money. Unfortunatelly, no more information was given on the project.
– — – Scrilla of CTE steps off the porch to make a name for himself with his mixtape “The Demonstration” hosted by Bigga Rankin featuring Freddie Gibbs, Killer Mike, Tone Trump and Young Jeezy. Get it here!