Arsenio Hall has responded to Kanye West's comments about him during his Breakfast Club interview.
"I could use my voice but what'd happen if y'all don't by no other albums?" Kanye asked before adding: "People gonna say 'Oh, he like Arsenio Hall and he was turning up to much and now you fired.' But when you got money can't nobody fire you."
Arsenio was asked about that. Check out his response below.
Have you seen this video? It's a clip of James Bates breaking down Auburn's comeback season with De La Soul lyrics. Bates works in so many subtle references that only a true hip-hop head would get. Who wrote this stuff? Is Bates a De La head? How many times did he practice those lines? His delivery: flawless. The best part is that his co-host is looking at him like, "What in the world is he going on about?"
This is one of my favorite hip-hop moments of 2013. Watch and marvel.
Lauryn Hill has released a video for her song, "Consumerism." When I saw L'Boogie perform this song live, it had the entire building in a trance. I felt like God himself had descended from heaven to deliver a speech set to music.
Hop on over to her website to watch the video.
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Lil Kim is the queen of hip-hop...according to Lil Kim, that is. "I am definitely the queen," Kim told xxlmag.com. "I definitely see myself as the queen. I am the one who made it possible for females to be sexy. That's just the bottom line. And I still rap hard with the fellas."
Lil Kim, 39, is still as defiant as ever. In the interview, she goes on to tout her legacy. I'm dying this way. With the crown on my head. Nobody can take nothing away from me."
She adds that women in hip-hop lack unity today, compared to their predecessors. "When we made it to the top, the real divas--me, Missy, Eve--we had no problem standing in a line. Look, let's get this money. We did songs together."
Lil Kim is prepping her new set, Hardcore 2K13, a nod to her debut album.
Thoughts? Is Lil Kim the queen of hip-hop?
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