Archive for November, 2011
This is pretty cold.
I’m told it will land on GL’s new mixtape Eternal Sunshine of the Pimpin’ Mind.
FSD = the gift that keeps on giving.
We’re back with another giveaway–this time for Machine Gun Kelly’s Chicago debut at the House of Blues on Black Friday (November 25). We have FIVE pairs of tickets to giveaway to the FSD readers today…
All you have to do is be the first person to either email me (fakeshoredrive @ gmail) or Tweet me the correct answer to the trivia question below. The subject line or tweet MUST contain MACHINE GUN KELLY HOB CHICAGO 11/25. Good luck.
If you don’t win, you can cop tickets here. Doors open at 7pm.
Love & Hip-Hop’s Somaya Reece dropped by 107.5 WGCI’s Tony Sculfield & The Morning Riot this morning to talk about the show, her burgeoning music career (get out of town!) and briefly throws Joe Budden under the bus. Pump that up…
robbery’s giveaway’s a holiday, call it thanks for giving…
We’ve got one pair of tickets to giveaway to night one of Jay & Ye’s Watch The Throne extravaganza in Chicago on Wednesday, November 30.
All you have to do is be the first person to either email me (fakeshoredrive @ gmail) or Tweet me the correct answer to the trivia question below. The subject line or tweet MUST contain WATCH THE THRONE CHICAGO 11/30. Good luck.
This contest will likely end in seconds, so be sure to cop your own tickets to the show here now (they are still available).
Hit the jump for the question in question. Ha!
D2G ft A.M. & Jae Young – Incredible
- Mike Flo – My God (RBG Takeover) [Listen]
- Pheave – Keep It Movin’ (Prod. by Xcel) [In-studio performance] [Watch]
- Scheme x Slot-A’s collabo album dropped their tracklist and cover art today. [View]
- JDott Trife’s new album The Trife Effect dropped today and is produced entirely by DJ O-Zone. [Purchase]
- Chance The Rapper’s “Hey Ma” listening party promo [View]
I’ll let Illi explain this one:
We all love seeing artist work, and create their masterpieces but often times are not granted the access to see such amazing creativity come together, and become what is shared with the world.Over the past 4 months Marcus Smith followed me enough to film and study the process. This documentary is the result of that observation. The making of Inhale Pt.4: Horai.
The Tree buzz grows more and more by the day. Critics and random rap fans have been popping up out of the woodwork quite frequently to quiz me about the Project Mayhem rapper. Well, it appears he’s currently down in Atlanta working and perhaps living. I’m not 100% certain on that, but I do know he has a project on the way with electronic DJ So What. This is the first leak from that mixtape. It’s him!
Kane of the possibly now-defunct Ivy League drops off his new mixtape, The Most Interesting Man in the World, hosted by Sean Mac. 21 new tracks including work with YP, GLC, Phil G, Mike Flo and many more. Hit the jump to partake. Dos Equis not included.
Directed by Nick Brazinsky
This beat is crazy. Seel’s Fresh to Def EP is due out sometime in December.
Datqunn Sawyer, also known as P-Child, formerly of rap group Chilldrin Of Da Ghetto; was convicted of trafficking girls as young as 12 years old today. He faces a mandatory minimum of 15 years behind bars, and possibly a life sentence. Chilldrin Of Da Ghetto were signed to Mack 10′s Hoo-Bangin’ imprint in the late 90s and released one album nationally, their self-titled debut in 1999.
Fox Chicago Reports:
Chicago – Chicago pimp Datqunn Sawyer was convicted Monday of trafficking girls as young as 12 — forcing them into prostitution and keeping them in the profession through beatings and violent threats.
Sawyer, 32, faces a mandatory minimum of 15 years behind bars following a trial that exposed the violent underworld of forced sex trafficking in Chicago.
The jury deliberated several hours beginning Friday afternoon following a two-week trial in U.S. District Court. The trial showed that Sawyer was a pimp who chose vulnerable victims, including girls who were young, homeless, or runaways, and used violence and threats of violence to exploit them sexually, knowing that they were minors.
Sawyer, 32, remains in federal custody without bond and faces a maximum sentence of life in prison on each count, as well as a mandatory minimum of 15 years on nine of the counts. U.S. District Judge Charles Kocoras scheduled sentencing for Feb. 23, 2012.
Testimony at the trial showed a similar pattern: the girls were 12 to 17 when Sawyer befriended them.
The girls, who often said they fell in love with him, were given names beginning with “P,” after his own nickname, “P Child,” and branded with “P Child” tattoos or with Sawyer’s favorite saying after girls handed him cash from the day: “Chedda make it betta.”