2Real4Radio, hosted by DBoss, is an OCE/SwishaHouse collab. This mixtape, has features from Slimthug, Le$, Paul Wall, Young Von, Doughbeezy and of course Dboss. Most of you, have recently heard of DBoss, due to him being featured on the hit song “Right Now” by Paul Wall. But trust he isn’t a new artist he has put in plenty of work. Speaking of which, make sure you hit up www.Dbossizhere.com and download “Work” by DBoss.
I’m glad that Watts and OG Ron C aknowledge the real niggas in rap. I mean the dance songs are all good but who wants to jig all day? People seem to think trap music has died. Nah, It’s alive and well! Dboss is proof that all rappers don’t have to make up lyrics about their past/present lives by watching the next man’s moves. If it’s in his lyrics it’s been done or he has it. Be on the look out for his project Bricks and Bitches coming soon. S/O to Chopstar Jimmy and The Takeover Crew at KTSU for always breaking real music.
“Bet ya Bitch put ha lips on a Nigga” YUP he is a beast! “Niggas pillow talkin with my old hype. That’s a constant problem I’ve been Dealin’ with my whole life” <===== My favorite line! I can relate. Chicks stay doing the least thinking its going to garner them the most. Joke on you lol.
There is so much more to Mr. Wired Up than making hits for the strip club. Not only, is he the CEO of TRP Music Group, he is a DJ as well. Not to mention, he is affiliated with one of my faves!! BossLadyJaye 🙂 ♥ I like that you can P-Pop, Groove, or ride to his music. He’s done collabs with Dj Chose, Young Redd, Lil Flip, Grit Boys, Kandi Red, OG Ron C, Fat Pimp, and Lil O. He doesn’t make a “type” of music. This is what puts him in a category of his own. You have to be versatile in this industry and he has definitely showed that he is. Make sure you download The Oh Boy Chronicles on iTunes, Google Play Store, and MySpace Music.
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According to Rolling Out Mag:
KRS-One’s Ex-Wife Dead
A famed Brooklyn rapper passed away today due to unknown reasons. Per The Urban Daily who spoke with a family source, rapper Ms. Melodie has died. Melodie, real name Ramona Parker, was a Flatbush, Brooklyn emcee who married fellow rhymer KRS-One in 1988. She was then associated with his group Boogie Down Productions where she released songs like “Live On Stage” and “Communication” up until 1992 when she and her husband split.