Monday, July 22, 2019
6ix9ine is awaiting judgement as sentences are being handed down to other members involved in the cases. Hernandez is charged with federal RICO and firearms charges, including conspiracy to murder and armed robbery, and faces up to life in prison.
Martin is the tenth man to plead guilty in the sprawling case, which began in 2013 as an investigation into the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. Two defendants remain: Anthony "Harv" Ellison, accused of kidnapping and assaulting 6ix9ine in July, 2018; and Aljermiah "Nuke" Mack, a recent addition to the case who is accused of dealing heroin, fentanyl, and MDMA.
6ix9ine adds a new lawyer to his federal racketeering case defense team.
According to court documents obtained by XXL on Tuesday (July 9), Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan's Alex Spiro, who is the lawyer Jay-Z hired to help with 21 Savage's ICE case this past February, has officially joined Tekashi's defense. He was added to 6ix9ine's team, which also includes Lance Lazzaro, Dawn Florio and Emma Maya Greenwood, during a hearing in Manhattan's Thurgood Marshall Courthouse on Tuesday.
For his part, 6ix9ine is still sitting behind bars in federal custody, as he has been since he was arrested on federal racketeering charges on Nov. 18, 2018. While Tekashi initially pleaded not guilty to drugs trafficking, racketeering conspiracy, firearms charges and more, he changed his plea to guilty during a Jan. 23 hearing for the case. As a part of his plea, he agreed to cooperate with the federal government in their attempts to identify his associates charged with similar crimes.
Up and coming Portland rap artist Orray releases the Official Music Video for his new single "Copy That." Drawing influence from Bay Area artists including Philthy Rich and more, Orray speaks on the darker side of life. Mature beyond his years “Copy That” reminds us just how much a young man can go through before he even hits the age of 18. Drawing musical influences from his parents, Orray credits his love for West Coast music to long car rides with his dad and his ability to play with melodies credited to his mom for always playing R&B in the house. Be sure to tap in with Orray on twitter as we’re expecting big things from this up and coming artist!
Sunday, July 21, 2019
Come and watch some memorable "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" moments. From Kim Kardashian ugly cry over her lost diamond earring to Kendall fuming after Rob re-gifts her iPad. These are some great moments from the Kardashians.
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RazzaMoore releases his music video for the self titled singe "Tom Cruise." "Tom Cruise" is the lead song for RazzaMoore latest mixtape 'Street Affiliated'.
RazzaMoore a.k.a Mr. Coloringbook displays his punchlines and metaphors. His bars are sick displaying his unique flow and delivery!!!! No chorus no hook needed on this one. So sit back and pay attention and be amused.
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Charlotte, NC rapper Waivs and Atlanta, GA producer Kodiak Soul present their new single “Floral”. The duo first connected a few years ago after a mutual friend passed Waivs the link to Kodiak’s Soundcloud page, and recently released their Daydreams & Nightmares album. Waivs’ past solo releases include “Independence Day” and “Imminent” (Soundcloud) while Kodiak’s past highlights include “Neon Noir” and “Bliss” (Spotify). Waivs calls their new single “a chill track geared towards putting women in higher spirits. Every woman should feel like she has the power to change the atmosphere of any room with just her presence alone, and that’s what this song is really about.” They recently released single “Beside Me” (stream).
Wane Enterprises CEO and New York artist Bruse Wane presents the G-Town Films-directed music video for “Killa Soundboy” featuring Papoose. Produced by Victorious Sounds, “Killa Soundboy” is the lead single off The Dark Knight Album 2: The Fight For Gotham, Bruse’s new album which also features “Keepers Of The Flame” (stream), his collaboration track with fellow South Bronx emcee Chris Rivers, their first collaboration since 2015’s Venom which also featured the final verse ever from the late Sean Price (watch the “music video). A native of the Bronxdale Houses Projects in the Soundview section of the Bronx, Bruse recently premiered his Killa Soundboy” single featuring Papoose on HipHopDX (stream), which he followed up with “The Batman Cometh” (stream), both in preparation for the release of his new album The Dark Knight Album 2: The Fight For Gotham. Bruse and Chris’ previous collaboration “Venom” was featured on Bruse’s sophomore album Earl Manigault Of Rap (Spotify), while Keith Murray appeared on Bruse’s debut project The Dark Knight Album: The Day The Earth Stood Still (listen to “Return Of The Spitters (RMX)”). Bruse released his mixtape The Batman Should Have Been On It in 2017 (Datpiff), and two Bruse tracks appeared on the Universal Hip Hop Museum’s “16 Bars 4 Hip Hop” project. “I grew up on this beat, which is one of reggae’s most famous and dopest beats, the Stalag Riddim,” Bruse says about the new track. I’ve jumped on it before, but this time I really wanted to kill it. Once I got the song formatted I reached out to Papoose and we made it happen.” Bruse’s Dark Knight 2 album release party will be July 18 at The Foot Light, 465 Seneca Avenue, Ridgewood, Queens, NY, and Bruse’s “Soundboy Killa” Tour kicks off July 26th In New Mexico (tour info).