Have you ever wondered how to properly throw up a gang sign or point one out? West Coast rapper, Game, gives you a comprehensive look on exactly how to gang bang in this video. Jayceon Taylor chopped it up with UberUrban and shows his handy work. This video helps you out if you want to spot a wannabe thug or correctly point out actual gangstas from tossing the menacing gestures. Bloods, Crips and each division of the gangs and their signs are explained in this viral video. ”I’m from Compton, really thugging. I done got shot throwing up gang signs. I got two dead brothers, that ain’t funny. RIP to my brother Charles and my brother Jovann who died recklessly. Got murdered, murder is still unsolved. That’s why gangbangin’ ain’t funny,” says the Jesus Piece rapper. ”So sometimes when you are throwing up your P or throwing up your B, you look like you are a bad man to me, or to a real gangster. You might want to watch it cause it gets kind of serious.” A proper disclaimer is aired at the beginning of this video not to try this outside of your home. However, something tells us this is going to come back to bite somebody in the butt very soon. Check out the full video down below.
Lil B, one of Hip-Hop‘s most polarizing figures, was part of a list of hopefuls to perform at this year’s Grammy Awards. But, it appears the Based God may have been banned from doing so.After some hubbub regarding his inclusion on the Grammys-sponsored “Gig Of A Lifetime” contest list, the prolific Bay Area rapper‘s name was unceremoniously removed this week.The Daily Dot first reported on Lil B entering the contest by way of a scheme hatched by anonymous “hacktivist” group 4chan titled “Operation #BasedGrammys” – one of many such campaigns the group has engaged in over the years. Although Lil B was not going to take the main stage at the Grammys, the showcase would have spread his music to an even wider audience. But while the artist born Brandon McCartney was in second place in votes for the Pacific region, his name was removed from the list without explanation. In typical “based” fashion, Lil B took to his popular Facebook page and thanks his legion of supporters for their unyielding support. “Thanks to every task force officer or b**tch mob task force or police who protect Lil B music and patrol basedworld daily to make sure there is no hate and protect Lil B music thank you,” wrote Lil B on his wall. Although this won’t damper his immensely positive stance or his ever-growing popularity, someone out there isn’t ready for the entire world to become “based” apparently.
One World Books will publish a book titled ROLLIN WITH DRE: The Unauthorized Account: An Insider’s Tale of the Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of West Coast Hip Hop that is expected to shock and give a never-before-seen version of the life and times of legendary producer Dr. Dre.
ROLLIN WITH DRE will be a tell-all story that covers Dre‘s early days as a member of N.W.A., joining and escapingDeath Row Records, building and helping launch the careers of artists including Eminem, 50 Cent, and Gameamong other key events in the producer’s life.
The book will be by Bruce Williams, long-time friend and former right-hand man to Dre, with Donnell Alexander. As one of the closest people to observe the renowned producer, Williams promises to not withhold anything.
“I’m about to blow the top off of everything I saw,“ Williams has said.
During his time alongside Dre, Williams was considered his confidant and problem-solver to a number of artists and others earning him the nickname “Uncle Bruce.” He is expected to have either been at a specific location when action went down or at least close enough to hear the hollow points fly by.
In addition to the key events in Dre‘s life, the book will also discuss the driving forces of sex, violence and power in the hip hop industry with an emphasis on the west coast scene. It will also give an inside look at what was behind the 50 Cent and Game reconciliation press conference and the planned release of the long awaited forthcoming album, Detox.
Reported By Cyrus Langhorne