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Death Row. Roc-A-Fella. Bad Boy. Murder Inc. No Limit. G-Unit. Just like Young Money, these labels too, have had their reign at the top. But just as Sir Isaac Newton once said, “What goes up, must come down.” And boy is it coming down. I’ve been watching Young Money for a few months now, because I started to notice the crumbling of their empire. Now if you’re a Hip-Hop head like me, then what’s happening in Young Money is nothing more than history repeating itself. Albums being pushed back, the workers becoming more famous than the boss, disgruntled artists, and so on. It’s been done. And a lot more entertainingly I might add. So lets explore Young Money and the repeating history.

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“Contract all f***** up, I guess that means you’re all f**** up. You signed to one n****, that signed to another n****, that signed to three n****, now that’s bad luck.”Pusha T

Well damn Tyga, did you not listen to Q-Tip’s industry rule number 4080, ‘Record people are shady.’ For those of you who actually have a life, this past Friday T-Raww hit up his Twitter account and let us know how he feels about his label home, Young Money.

[quote]“Gold album been done. My label holding me hostage so I can’t release nothing. Might just leak it for my fans then let them make $ off it. The music industry is a devil’s playground. I’m a man of God.#LastKings is what I built and the only thing I rep. Ain’t no one man gone stay in the same spot forever that’s a sucka. I’m a hustler so I took what lil bit he gave me and doubled up – 2pac Never bite the hand that feeds you. But never starve for the hand that doesn’t. #LastKings”[/quote]

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This is a Public Service Announcement brought to you in part by the wonderful Pooh Bailey. My fellow rappers stop repping cities you’re not from. It’s very disrespectful to the people who actually are from there. You look like a straight poser. This mini rant came to me after peeping Tyga’s song, “Chiraq.” Excuse me as I tuck in my thug. I’m originally from Chicago (Southside!!!!) and that “Chiraq” record hit a nerve.

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Kaylee Crossfire is a multi-talented individual making a strong name for herself here in Milwaukee. She’s a writer, singer, rapper, and model. On top of all of that she takes on more common roles too, like being a mom. So one could say she pretty much does it all. She’s known not only for her beauty but her bold high energy style. Which anyone who has had the honor of seeing her perform live has gotten the chance to experience first hand. Currently, she has a self-titled mixtape that showcases her putting her own original twists on some industry favorites. Get the rundown on a few of the more standout remixes after the break.