There is a surge in Celebrity Houses Being Stalked and Burglarized. Rihanna is the latest victim.

By: Jarrod Horton

Staff Writer

What do Floyd Mayweather, Asap Rocky and Kris Jenner have in common? They all have been victims of criminal stalking, trespassing or burglary. That list includes also includes 50 Cent and Kris Jenner’s daughter Kylie Jenner. The latest person to join that list is Rihanna, who it seems is getting unwelcome visits from a person at her New York City Penthouse. Salmir Feratovic, 33, was arrested on May 24th at her building for criminal trespassing. This is the second time that Feratovic has been caught on the premise. The first time he was given a warning and told to leave. Although celebrities are the most vulnerable to attacks from random people; it seems there has been a rise in incidents in 2017. Maybe they should take a lesson from Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore who pulled a gun out on intruders who came on her property. To read more about this story click here

Ice Cube Will Re-Release Death Certificate Album and Include Three New Songs

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On June 9th, Ice Cube will reissue his 1991 album Death Certificate to celebrate its 25th anniversary. Cube will also include three new songs and it will be release as anniversary double LP via Interscope Records.  Those three songs are “Only One Me,” “Good Cop, Bad Cop” and “Dominate The Weak.” Check out the new track list below.  

Death Certificate 25th Anniversary Edition Track List

The Death Side
1. “Only One Me”
2. “Good Cop, Bad Cop”
3. “Dominate The Weak”
4. “The Funeral”
5. “The Wrong Nigga To Fuck Wit”
6. “My Summer Vacation”
7. “Steady Mobbin'”
8. “Robin Lench”
9. “Givin’ Up The Nappy Dug Out”
10. “Look Who’s Burnin'”
11. “A Bird In The Hand”
12. “Man’s Best Friend”
13. “Alive On Arrival”
14. “Death”

The Life Side
15. “The Birth”
16. “I Wanna Kill Sam”
17. “Horny Lil’ Devil”
18. “Black Korea”
19. “True To The Game “
20. “Color Blind”
21. “Doing Dumb Shit”
22. “Us”
23. “No Vaseline”

Lady Hip Hop Group The Sequence were Hip Hop’s First Southern Group and Coined the Phrase ‘Gangsta Rap’. So why don’t they Get the Respect They Deserve?

By: Jarrod Horton

Staff Writer

Sequence was a  Hip Hop group out of South Carolina who were signed to the legendary Sugar Hill records in the late seventies and early eighties.  They had a hit record titled “Funk You Up,” that has been sampled by numerous artists such as Ice Cube, Trina and De La Soul. The song is also believed to be the inspiration behind’s Bruno Mars number one hit “Uptown Funk.” Despite their contribution to the Hip Hop culture, the three ladies feel like they don’t get the recognition they deserve. “Gangsta rap’ came out of my mouth. Did you know that? says one of the members Cheryl “The Pearl” Cook. “I said, ‘We’re not Con Funk Shun, we’re not the Gap, we’re the Sugar Hill girls with the gangsta rap.”  The three ladies talk about their journey with Rollingstone.com. How they got signed, their music and how Hip Hop turned their back on them. Click the link and read the interview.