VIDEO: Meek Mill Performs “Lil Nigga Snupe” At Powerhouse 2013 In Philly


Last night, Powerhouse 2013 went down in Philadelphia courtesy of radio station Power 99FM.  Serving as headliner for the special event, MMG rapper Meek Mill took the stage in his hometown and decided to pay tribute to his deceased protege by performing “Lil Nigga Snupe.”  The emotional track is featured on Mill’s latest mixtape release, Dreamchasers 3.  

AUDIO: Prodigy – R.I.P. ft. Havoc & Raekwon (Prod. By Alchemist)

P comes through with a new track titled “R.I.P.” featuring Havoc and Raekwon off his upcoming collaborative album Albert Einstein with Alchemist.  As always, ALC comes through and delivers that dope production that leaves you nodding your head and wanting more.  Both Havoc and Rae also deliver solid verses alongside P with no hook for your enjoyment.  Take a listen to the newest leak off the project in the video above.

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AUDIO: Young Jeezy – R.I.P. Remix ft. YG, Kendrick Lamar, & Chris Brown | Drake Diss


After just being interview by Power 106’s Big Boy and downplaying his beef with YMCMB rapper Drake, Breezy decides to send shots at the Toronto artist over Young Jeezy’s new “R.I.P” Remix.  The record features verses from other talents like YG, and Kendrick Lamar.

Deciding to spit some bars over the track, Chris makes reference to Drake’s popular “Started From The Bottom” single and raps:

“Now dearly departed, I bought a plane I departed/and if you started from the bottom go ahead and come out the closet…”

Not to be forgotten, Drake’s recent offering with “5 AM In Toronto” off his upcoming project also caused some eyebrows to raise when the former Degrassi actor rapped:

“Bad press during the summer over allegations/ I ain’t lyin’ my nigga my time is money/ that’s why I ain’t got time for a nigga whose time is coming…”

You know what this means right?  Put all the liquor bottles away because shit is about to get serious, tables will be flipped, and all kinds of bottles are about to take flight.

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