Fat Joe pays his respects.
Fat Joe pays his respects.
Nick is not stopping.
Well, it (finally) happened: ex-BFFs Kanye and Jay Z reunited (well, kinda) at Diddy’s lavish 50th birthday bash in a hilariously awkward yet encouraging moment for the culture that overshadowed the star-studded occasion.
At first glance, things appeared to be cool between the once inseparable titans until awkward pics surfaced online and fueled yet another petty party across the internet.
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Diddy had an epic birthday bash this weekend that brought out ALL of your Hollywood faves. Diddy’s #Diddy50 party was of course presented by Ciroc Vodka and held Saturday at his $40 million Holmby Hills mansion in Los Angeles, reports The Daily Mail.
Diddy’s house was done up with lights and a huge sequined sculpture was set up outside, inside a #Diddy50 monogram was displayed.
Guests were given McDonald’s burgers and apple pies throughout the event and specialty Circo cocktails and CBD products were served, later an ornately decorated “Love” cake, for Diddy’s nickname, was brought out.
As for the guest list, it was filled with A-listers including Jay and Bey…
Kanye, Kim and the rest of the Kardashian klan…
Usher and J.D…
Fab and Emily…
Kevin Hart and Eniko…
and Cardi, Offset and Mary J. Blige.
Later MJB hit the stage and performed while her close friend Diddy cheered her on.
Technically Diddy’s birthday was November 4, but he decided to mark it a month later. On his actual b-day Diddy thanked fans for their support and later told them that he’s celebrating for 365 days.
“THANK YOU ALL FOR ALWAYS LOVING, SUPPORTING and PRAYING for me always! It’s HALFTIME. Now LET’S GO!!!! #DIDDY50 “
Happy birthday Diddy!
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Fivio Foreign belted out another single before 2019 comes to an end. This time he joined forces with Rich The Kid for the “Richer Than Ever” music video.
The New York natives ran through the streets of Brooklyn wreaking havoc with the homies while staying poured up, and keeping the blunts in rotation.
Fivio stuck to his traditional ad-lib heavy formula displayed on other singles like “Big Drip” and “Jumpin.” The BK artist rapped about leveling up and cutting off dead weight. “I’m feelin’ richer than ever/ Old friends like ‘Fivi, we should be stickin’ together’ (Aye)/ If I changed, then I did for the better (I did)/ Made it out the storm/ I took a flight/ No I’m not missin’ the weather,” he raps.
Check out the visuals below:
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The card was fire.
There were few (if any battles) without replay value and more debatables at the event than anyone would have expected.
First of all, there were three clear wins: Swamp vs. Ace Amin, Tsu Surf vs. Reed Dollaz and DNA vs. Aye Verb. There also were three debatables: Geechi Gotti vs. O-Red, Chess vs. Arsonal da Rebel and Rum Nitty vs. Chilla Jones.
Recapping the battles is not as important as stating why this art form is possibly the most exciting sporting activity of the decade (that is for the Hip-Hop lover). This is not hyperbole and these lyrical athletes are comparable to the extraordinary talent of the NBA, the exhilarating sportsmanship of the NFL and as volatile as any boxing match that HBO or Payperview offers.
But some sort of recap is in order.
Swamp embodies the spirit of NFL rookie and Dallas Cowboy Tony Pollard. No one expected him to take this space by storm… no one expected Swamp to trump buzz heavy Goonies new barker Ace Amin. But he did… he step onto this mainstage and showed his ass. Moreover, he showed everyone that he is ready to be one of those included in the top tier conversation. While we don’t dub people to swiftly, this performance puts him on the way.
Tsu Surf said it in his round. He is electric and you can feel it when you stand in front of him. Reed felt it. It made him shiver. It made him stumble. And as Reed tries to not say it was Surf, something made him drop his bars for a minute… But even without the flub… Surf was able to take the big stage performance and cram it into that small space and opportunity. The word for the performance is beautiful, even if it was not flawless. Reed did well, but not good enough.
DNA went to the island and planted his flag.
“But that is what islands are for; they are places where different destinies can meet and intersect in the full isolation of time.”
―Lawrence Durrell, Bitter Lemons of Cyprus
And Verb has said it often… he is on the island… isolated. His destiny, as a warrior, was indeed to injure battle rap gods. In tonight’s contest, he felt the power of a lyrical clinician and wizard that shifted the narrative that has been the conversation of the last year and a half. DNA was the A-bomb to Aye Verb’s Hiroshima. DNA was Maria to Aye Verb’s Puerto Rico. DNA, with all the cornball jokes around him… with all of the acid that people throw his way regarding his swag…, was the Bermuda Triangle that swallowed up Aye Verb’s Atlantis… which was evident by the lack of bang-bang that Verb got with his legendary “Showtime.”
Aye Verb remains one of the most gifted talents in the industry… tonight… DNA proved that being a lyrical miracle and a cold personality is not always enough to win the battles. Battles are won by being the person that the crowd or observer wants to be… tonight… folk wanted to be DNA.
The debatables were all classic opportunities for these elite artists to push their craft. They all need to be rewatched. Goodness… they were all just so damn good and talented.
Volume 5 (day 1 is over) and this was a day well spent.
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Game thinks MGK took that W.
The first of its kind.