Future’s Rival Rocko Slapped With $33K Lien After Failing To Appear In Court

Future's Rival Rocko Slapped With $33K Lien After Failing To Appear In CourtATLANTA, GA – The financial saga of Future and Rocko has been ongoing for months. The Atlanta producer/rapper sued Future Hendrix for $10 million in June 2016 citing a breach of contract and his fellow Atlanta rap luminary countersued a mere three months later. Future may be getting the last laugh (at least for now) after a Fulton County, Georgia judge ordered Rocko to pay $33,106 to a man by the name of Charles L. Dennis after he missed a court hearing for a breach of contract judgment, according to Bossip.
The Fulton County Court has issued a writ of execution against the ATL producer after first losing a breach of contract suit filed by Dennis who claimed Rocko broke a deal he had with him in 2013.
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Although it’s been three years since the initial ruling, this recent development authorizes a sheriff to collect the debt by seizing Rocko’s property and bank accounts in order to satisfy the judgment.
As recently as May 1, Rocko has been vocal about getting Future to pay up, demanding he set aside the earnings from his Nobody Safe Tour in an escrow account so he can cough up the $10 million he allegedly owes. It’s unclear how any of that will play out, but for now, Rocko is at least $10,033,106 in the hole. View the official documents courtesy of Bossip above.

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Dreezy Shares Her Excitement Over Being Part Of Issa Rae’s “Insecure”

Dreezy Shares Her Excitement Over Being Part Of Issa Rae's "Insecure"MIAMI, FL – Despite the vast landscape of today’s game, it’s not hard to notice Dreezy‘s music. The rising Chicago star was a part of Miami’s Rolling Loud festival this past weekend, but has made a nationwide stamp by being included on the soundtrack for Issa Rae’s Insecure.
“That show kinda blew up,” Dreezy tells HipHopDX during the three-day event. “Everybody’s waiting on the second season. I was just watching, it came on one episode, I was lit. Then it came on another episode, I was like, ‘Ok, maybe they’re rocking with me over here.’ I think they’re using a lot of females on the tracklisting, so that’s dope. Shoutout to Issa Rae.”
She applauds Rae for making the show so relatable. In fact, Insecure resonated with so many people, the creator and star was nominated by the Golden Globes for Best Performance by an Actress in a Musical or Comedy Television Series.
“She’s so like a typical female,” Dreezy says of Rae’s character. “She get caught up in nigga situations, too. Like having a boyfriend that don’t wanna get a job, but then she’s got other guys that’s on her bumper and stuff that look good and stuff, it’s like regular stuff. She not no lame female. I like how she just empowering the black girls and stuff. It’s just cool. And she’s not like your typical model. She’s a black female. She look good to me, but yeah the show’s dope. You can relate to it in real life.”

Although the two have yet to connect in real life, the rapper and actress have talked extensively on Twitter and Dreezy is looking forward to when they do meet.
“I’m always on the run,” Dreezy shares.
Part of that grind includes touring with Gucci Mane on his Trap God Tour. Dreezy says she feels she’s coming into her own as she begins to master the ropes of traveling, but still admits she’s still gained plenty of wisdom from Guwop.
“It was lit!” she says. “Definitely a good learning experience. It was fun. It wasn’t no boring tour. That was my third tour, so I’m just getting more and more comfortable. … Just seeing him perform every day, just how he always keep a smile on, that’s one thing I can say about Gucci. You’ll never see him not smiling. He’s just a cool, he’s a real nigga. He appreciate the talent, too, rock with everybody.”


Now that she’s slowed down a bit since the tour ended, Dreezy is ready to get back into the studio to “go crazy” for the follow-up to No Hard Feelings. Her debut album dropped in July of last year and is still getting buzz thanks in part to her platinum hit “Body” with Jeremih.
“My album still in there, still going crazy,” she says. “Yep, I think we did a good job.”

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C-Murder Ordered To Pay $1.15M To Slain Teen’s Family

C-Murder Ordered To Pay $1.15M To Slain Teen's FamilyGRETNA, LA – Corey “C-Murder” Miller is not only serving a life sentence for the 2002 shooting death of 16-year-old Steven Thomas at a New Orleans nightclub, but now the rapper has been ordered by a Jefferson Parish judge to fork over $1.15 million to the slain teen’s family, according to The New Orleans Advocate.
Judge Glenn Ansardi of 24th Judicial District Court in Gretna, Louisiana had found Miller liable for Thomas’ death in a civil proceeding four years ago. On Wednesday (May 10), Ansardi ordered him to pay $500,000 each to Thomas’ parents, $150,000 for the suffering that Thomas experienced during the hour he lived after the shooting and $4,492 for funeral costs.
Miller has released at least four albums since his 2009 conviction, and one of his most recent offerings, 2016’s Penitentiary Chances, was a collaborative project with Boosie Badazz and prompted the video for “Dear Supreme Court/Under Pressure,” which found him begging the state’s high court to free him.

Miller’s brother, Master P, was vocal in an effort to get former president Barack Obama to pardon Miller, but those attempts failed. It’s unlikely the Thomas family will see any of the money, and their attorney, Trey Mustian, admitted the process could prove to be difficult.
“I think it’s more a vindication of their son than any potential monetary award,” Mustian said. “They wanted to see it through for their son.”
In 2015, two new witnesses came forward claiming Miller wasn’t involved with the shooting. Miller’s defense lawyer, Rachel Conner, also asserts he didn’t get a fair trial and is actively pursuing another hearing.
For now, the maximum-security prison inmate is serving his time at the Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola for second-degree murder and will presumably continue to fight for his freedom.

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Slim Thug, Currensy & Two-9 Featured On Audiomack’s New EP

Slim Thug, Currensy & Two-9 Featured On Audiomack's New EPIn celebration of its fresh redesign, Audiomack has released an eight-track EP that explores several scenes in the Hip Hop landscape.
The EP opens with a powerful introduction from legendary NFL linebacker Ray Lewis. From there, Slim Thug, RiFF RAFF, Audio Push, Curren$y, L.A. Van Gogh, wifisfuneral, Roc Nation’s Levi Carter, Two-9 and Rich The Kid take listeners on a lyrical adventure through a landscape of production from TGUT, TJ Mizell and Retro Sushi.
Founded in 2012, Audiomack has since established itself as a premier place for artists to release their music to millions of users.
Stream Audiomack’s EP featuring Ray Lewis, Slim Thug, wifisfuneral and Two-9 below.

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Lil B Ready To Lift Curse On Houston Rockets’ James Harden After 39-Point Loss

Lil B Ready To Lift Curse On Houston Rockets' James Harden After 39-Point LossTo call the Houston Rockets’ 39-point, season-ending loss heartbreaking for fans would be an understatement. For his part, James Harden took the blame for the terrible performance in Game 6 of the NBA conference semifinals. “Everything falls on my shoulders. I take responsibility for it, both ends of the floor … it happened, and we move forward,” Harden said to a post-game press conference.
Perhaps, though, next season will be different — or so a tweet from Lil B suggests.

In case you don’t remember Lil B — decked out in a blouse, chandelier earrings, and a periwinkle sun hat — dropped by ESPN’s SportsNation back in 2015 to publicly state what many of his followers already knew: James Harden had fallen victim to a curse.
Stemming from Harden’s refusal to acknowledge that the celebratory “cooking dance” he was doing during games originated from the rapper, the curse seemed to have some merit. The Rockets lost their next game and botched the Western Conference semi-finals against the Warriors. To make matters worse, Harden set a new record for turnovers during the playoffs. Lil B eventually lifted his initial curse, stating James “was a troubled soul deserving of our pity.”
Harden, though, refused to stop doing Lil B’s trademark dance, leading to a reinstatement of his curse … which brings us to last night’s slaughter. It seems Lil B is once again feeling merciful and is willing to lift the curse yet again. “I apologize to James Harden I’m ready to talk and end the curse,” he posted. “It’s time to talk and be the leader everyone believes you are.”
Many fans seemed grateful for his humanity:

A Lil B curse can be quickly dissolved. Kevin Durant’s curse, for example, was able to be lifted at the price of a one-on-one game with the rapper (or, eventually, a trade to the Lil B’s hometown team, the Golden State Warriors).

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Stream P-Lo’s “More Than Anything” Album

Stream P-Lo's "More Than Anything" Album
P-Lo puts on for the Bay Area with his new LP, More Than Anything.
G-Eazy joins P-Lo on the lead single “Feel Good,” which was produced by J Gramm, known for D.R.A.M. and Lil Yachty’s “Broccoli” beat. The 15-track project also enlists E-40 and fellow HBK members IAMSU! and Kool John.
More Than Anything follows P-Lo and Kool John‘s 2015 collaborative project, Moovie!, which featured the anthem “Bitch I Look Good.”
Stream P-Lo’s More Than Anything album and check out the cover art and tracklist below.
P-Lo More Than Anything album cover art

  1. The One
  2. Can’t Lose
  3. Never Sorry (f. Pluto Mars)
  4. Feel Good (f. G-Eazy)
  5. Much More
  6. College Girls (f. Skizzy Mars)
  7. Back to You (f. Millie)
  8. Always (f. Rexx Life Raj)
  9. Noticed (f. Feez)
  10. Still Fine (f. Iamsu! & Kool John)
  11. Put Me on Somethin’ (f. E-40)
  12. Faster (f. Marc E. Bassy)
  13. The End
  14. More Than Anything
  15. Look at Me Now

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WATCH: Kendrick Lamar Narrates Powerful LA Clippers’ Tribute To Paul Pierce

Twitter video is loadingAt the age of 39, Paul Pierce called time on a glittering NBA career two weeks ago after the Utah Jazz defeated his LA Clippers in Game 7 of the playoffs.
Pierce spent most of his career with the Boston Celtics, but ended his time on the court with the LA Clippers from his native California.
That being said, it only makes sense that the Clippers recruited one of California’s other proudest sons to help them out with the tribute video to Pierce. The team dropped a video to Pierce on Twitter, narrated by Kendrick Lamar. K. Dot spoke about the effect Pierce had on his own city by “putting all of Los Angeles on his back.”
“When people talk about LA, most mention the beautiful weather, the celebrities, the glitz and the glamor, you know, Hollywood,” Kendrick says. “But there’s a part of town where you can find the grit, the fortitude, the truth.
“Inglewood’s own accomplished what many others never did before him. Not only did Paul Pierce represent Inglewood, he put all of Los Angeles on his back.”
The clip calls fans to acheive greatness on and off the court.
“Life is not all about the wins and losses, it’s also about how you affect people,” Compton’s good kid adds.
Kendrick signs off by saying “Paul Pierce, you are The Truth,” using the nickname given to Pierce by Shaquille O’Neal.
The video also features cameo appearances by Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade, and Clippers teammate Chris Paul.

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