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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

While the word ‘Summertime’ certainly doesn’t reflect the weather that we’re battling at the moment, we are still catching up on all of the mixtape heat that hit the web at the end of last week. Brooklyn’s Fabolous has been dropping projects on Christmas day for the past few years now, but this year he’s gunning for Thanksgiving as well with Summertime Shootout.
The tape sees him jumping on a bunch of hot tracks – that original mixtape format came back strong on Friday! – by the likes of Nicki Minaj, Trey Songz, Bryson Tiller and The Weeknd, as well as dropping a few original cuts featuring Dave East and Rich Homie Quan.
Look out for Fab‘s The Young OG Project 2 dropping Christmas day!

Fab always brings that heatrock to keep the game balanced...

Stream Below!


Sunday, November 29, 2015

Hot 97 Listening Lounge featuring Jadakiss, where he talks about NY rap, relationship with Lil Wayne, and Suge Knight.


Wednesday, November 18, 2015

What makes this bottle for Gout de Diamants the most expensive bottle of champagne in the world. Let us start off with a clue. It is not what is inside the bottle. The bottle is what makes this bottle of champagne hit a price of $1.2 million dollars. Gout de Diamants replaced their traditional crystal logo plate with a solid white gold plate, that starts the price change. The next factor is the 19 carat diamond mounted in the center of the label. This is the defining piece that makes this Nigerian special the most expensive bottle of champagne on the market.

Now, before you get your hopes destroyed, we should tell you, a standard bottle of Gout de Diamants sells for a measly $250,000. Is that more in your price range? Just in case you wondered, the Champagne is considered excellent, just remember not to throw the bottle away.

If you come across this stuff.. be sure to pour me a glass.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

MOSCOW — Russia said for the first time on Tuesday that a bomb aboard a Russian charter jet full of vacationers had destroyed the aircraft that crashed more than two weeks ago on Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, and the Kremlin responded immediately by escalating airstrikes across Syria.

The Russians said they were coordinating their military campaign with France in sharply ratcheting up attacks on Syrian territory, especially areas held by the Islamic State, the militant group that has asserted responsibility for destroying the Russian jetliner and for the deadly attacks across Paris on Friday.

The timing of such a highly orchestrated announcement, after an outraged France had already started striking Islamic State targets and had called for a united front against the group, suggested that the Kremlin was using the moment to help rebuild frayed relations with the West.

The Kremlin also announced that President Vladimir V. Putin and his French counterpart, Fran├žois Hollande, had spoken by telephone, had agreed to coordinate military attacks in Syria and will meet on Nov. 26 in Moscow.

In a military briefing for Mr. Putin and Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu that was televised live nationwide, it was announced that Russia had deployed cruise missiles, long-range bombers flying from Russia and other warplanes.

“A massive airstrike is targeting ISIL sites in Syrian territory,” Mr. Shoigu said, using one of the acronyms for the Islamic State. “The number of sorties has been doubled, which makes it possible to deliver powerful pinpoint strikes upon ISIL fighters all throughout the Syrian territory.”

Russia acknowledged that a bomb downed the Metrojet Airbus A321, killing all 224 people aboard, after 17 days of hedging, even though it was increasingly clear that Russian investigators had reached that conclusion.

Mr. Putin and his defense chief were shown sitting in a three-story military command center with a map of Syria the size of a movie screen on one wall. In a scene that could have been lifted from a James Bond film, scores of military men, many wearing headsets, were lined up in desks on the main floor and overhead balconies, all facing the screen.

Egyptian officials have repeatedly asserted that it was premature to conclude that a bomb had destroyed the Russian jetliner, with some saying such an explanation was part of an international conspiracy against their country. But Egypt’s position has become harder to maintain in recent days as the Russian government, one of its closest allies, gave increasing indications that it believed a bomb was the most likely cause. The Russians moved to sever almost all air links with Egypt.

The plane crashed minutes after departing Sharm el Sheikh, a Red Sea resort now reeling from a loss of tourism. Russia’s confirmation that the plane was felled by a bomb — presumably smuggled through the Sharm el Sheikh airport — could further weaken Egypt’s vital tourism industry, and undermines government claims of progress in vanquishing militants based in Sinai.

On Tuesday, after hours of silence following the Russian announcement, Egyptian officials seemed to be gingerly walking back their denials. Egypt’s civil aviation minister said the committee investigating the crash had “not arrived at any criminal evidence,” but a statement from the Interior Ministry included the possibility of a “terrorist attack,” while announcing enhanced security measures at airports.

“This is the first time that the Egyptian authorities admit the possibility that whatever happened to the Russian plane was a terrorist attack,” said Mustapha Kamel al-Sayyid, a political science professor at Cairo University and the American University in Cairo. While the change was “not easy” for the Egyptian government, he said, it appeared to reflect an attempt to avoid any rift with the Russians.

Alexander V. Bortnikov, the head of the Federal Security Service, said in remarks to Russia’s Security Council on Monday and broadcast on Tuesday morning that “we can say definitely that this was a terrorist act.”

An “improvised explosive device” detonated soon after the plane took off, he said, adding that “the plane disintegrated in midair, which explains the widely scattered fuselage pieces.”

The Russians did not acknowledge that the Islamic State had planted the bomb. But the Russian attacks that followed on parts of Syria held by the Islamic State, presented in the live television briefing, left no doubt that the Russians were intent on showing they blamed the group.

Russia fired 34 cruise missiles from the eastern Mediterranean, hitting more than a dozen targets in Aleppo and Idlib, said Gen. Valery Gerasimov, the Russian military’s chief of staff.

Military aircraft, including long-range bombers flying from Russia, flew 127 sorties, hitting 266 targets and destroying 140, the defense minister said. The Russian Air Force deployed in Syria has flown almost 2,300 combat missions since the attacks started 48 days ago, General Gerasimov said.

As Russia increased strikes on the Islamic State, however, Russian forces continued to hit insurgents elsewhere in Syria who do not belong to that group and who have even fought against it and received American support — underscoring the complexities international powers face in working together in the Syria conflict.

The Russians did not specify the locations of their strikes. But insurgents and residents in Syria reported Russian aerial assaults where the Islamic State has no presence, in the towns of Saraqeb, in Idlib Province, and Atareb, in western Aleppo Province.

Mr. Putin was shown on television ordering one naval commander to coordinate with a French aircraft carrier group and to “work together as allies.”

France’s defense minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian, also speaking on Tuesday on the TF1 channel nightly news, said 10 French fighter jets had conducted airstrikes against the Islamic State in the Syrian city of Raqqa. It was the third time since the attacks in Paris that France targeted Islamic State installations there.

Since its intervention in Syria, Russia has focused mostly on opponents of President Bashar al-Assad of Syria and not the Islamic State. The diplomatic rewards of changing focus and answering the call of Mr. Hollande for a united military effort against the Islamic State are already palpable.

A pariah in Western leadership circles since his invasion of Crimea last year and his support of separatists in eastern Ukraine, Mr. Putin was suddenly front and center at the Group of 20 summit meeting this week in Antalya, Turkey. For Mr. Putin, ending the diplomatic isolation could be an important first step in persuading the West to lift sanctions on his wobbly economy imposed because of the Ukraine dispute.

Mr. Bortnikov, the head of the head of the Federal Security Service, said crash investigators estimated that the Metrojet bomb had been composed of up to 1 kilogram, or 2.2 pounds, of TNT. He added that “foreign made” explosive material had been found in the wreckage.

Russia also offered $50 million for any information leading to the capture of the bomb plotters.

50 Million huh? (Puts on black gloves and trench coat) Sounds like a payday to me... 

“We will search for them everywhere, no matter where they are hiding,” Mr. Putin said at a meeting with his security council broadcast on television. “We will find them in any place on the planet and will punish them.”

Reporting was contributed by Kareem Fahim and Merna Thomas from Cairo, Eric Schmitt from Washington, Aurelien Breeden from Paris, and Anne Barnard and Hwaida Saad from Beirut, Lebanon.


Thursday, November 12, 2015

Live on The Sunday sit down is Captain Deleon,PRODUCER | PUBLISHER | ACTIVIST | ADVOCATE | Co Founder.. with EmEz on Power105.1fm radio. If your not familiar, get in tune for the wave!! Salute to the Team..

Part 1

Part 2

Make sure to check that "Made Men" single from Captain DeLeon ft FredStar..

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Introducing: iLLy-On - From the Ave... Get used to this voice... Salute ..

Make sure yall Cop that "Money Calling" - from FredStar Featuring iLLy-On..

More to come!

Listen.. Jadakiss is off hand TOP 5 Dead or Alive.. Nobody preserves the essence like this man right here... Yes Sway.. Its a TRAVESTY!! D-Block... Finally... We need to all support his project.. Always salute a General. See these kids have such a short attention span that, they listen love and forget.. For the OG's, it was a code... a lifestyle that had to be lived by the code. You see the gatekeepers in hiphop have been compromised, only allowing for the sheeps to get into a industry, that was built for wolves.. Built for Lyricist, Producers not Beat Makers, Real Directors, not kids with cameras, why do you think people used to pay so much for some of these videos.. I mean we are talking Millions!! The creativity was just there.. Now, a Headlining artist with several records on billboard, selling out shows, you name it, will go viral with a video on the block, and people are just so content with it.. that artist are just like.. well fuck it then... I aint even gona write this shit down... whateva haha... But then you got people like #Jadakiss .. A dude that has survived so many era's it ridiculous.. Still looking in his 20's lol.. Do your research.. Jada Salute! NOV 20th.#RapReturns


Jadakiss on Sway



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