RealStreetRadio – This week in Hip Hop, YBN Almighty Jay was left in stitches after a brutal assault in Brooklyn, New York. This led to Rap-A-Lot Records boss J. Prince to name on the Bronx looking for the alleged perpetrator, Zae Numbafive, who was later taken in by federal brokers on a separate case. Lastly, Yelawolf got here for Post Malone, Machine Gun Kelly and G-Eazy in a brand new track.

YBN Almighty Jay Attacked In NYC

While in New York earlier this month, YBN Almighty Jay was attacked and robbed for his pockets, chains and sneakers. The altercation left him hospitalized and he needed to get 300 stitches in his face.

Although the police have been known as, nobody concerned needed to file a police report.

Video of the struggle unfold throughout social media. In it somebody shouts, “Take his chain, take his chain!”

J. Prince needed to step in and ask for Almighty Jay’s jewels again and later, the alleged attackers bragged about it.

Read extra about YBN Almighty Jay’s assault right here.

J. Prince Steps In After YBN Almighty Jay’s Attack

Rap-A-Lot founder J. Prince requested the Bronx to deal with YBN Almighty Jay’s attackers in an Instagram put up, this week. In it, he tags movie star Bronx natives Cardi B, A. Boogie, Remy Ma and Fat Joe, amongst others.

“Mob Ties Call To My Real Street Niggas Around The World But Especially On The East Coast In The Bronx,” he captioned. “There’s A Clown By The Name Of Zae And His Crew Who Want To Become Famous By Bragging About Robbing Rap Industry Niggas.”

One of the chosen people tagged was Mysonne who overtly expressed that he didn’t agree with Prince’s strategy in dealing with the state of affairs.

On Saturday (March 16), Mr. Prince made one other Instagram put up to make clear that he doesn’t want anybody’s assist nor was he asking for it.

“Let me make myself clear,” he wrote within the put up. “I used to be by no means asking any of y’all for assist in any capability. I don’t want you, I don’t know you, or belief any of y’all to do something in regards to the streets for me. With that being stated I witnessed a clown campaigning, bragging, and snitching on himself on a public video about robbing business folks in your yard so I took it upon myself to alert those I’ve respect for. It is obvious to me that went over a few of y’all heads.”

Ironically sufficient, Zae Numbafive and his crew, often called the Jack Boyz, have been reportedly taken into federal custody on Wednesday (March 20) within the Bronx.

Read extra about J. Prince’s involvement with YBN Almighty Jay’s latest assault right here.

Yelawolf Disses Machine Gun Kelly, Post Malone & G-Eazy

Ahead of Yelawolf’s Trunk Muzik three launch, he dropped “Bloody Sunday” as a freestyling diss monitor aimed toward Machine Gun Kelly, Post Malone and G-Eazy.

Post responded with a tweet calling Yela a “nerd” whereas additionally providing it as a manner, and the one manner, to assist his forthcoming challenge.

Trunk Muzik three is scheduled to launch on March 29.

Listen to Yelawolf’s “Bloody Sunday” freestyle right here.

DX Reviews

– Czarface & Ghostface Killah — Czarface Meets Ghostface
– Solange — When I Get Home
– T-Pain — 1Up
– Def Jam — Undisputed
– DaBaby — Baby On Baby
– Smif-N-Wessun — The All

#DXCLUSIVES: Anderson .Paak, Smif-N-Wessun & G-Money

Anderson .Paak Explains Why He’s All For Jameson Irish Whiskey’s #LoveThyBar Campaign

In a brand new interview with RealStreetRadio, Grammy Award-winning recording artist Anderson .Paak defined why partnering up with Jameson Irish Whisky’s for his or her #LoveThyBar marketing campaign was important.

“Local bars are closing and that will simply be like, ‘Damn,’” he says. “I’m tryna get behind someone, an organization that’s trying to revive native spots and tryna deliver that again in order that was only a no-brainer.”

Read the total interview with Anderson .Paak right here.

Interview: Smif-N-Wessun Reflect On Life After Sean Price’s Death

Smif-N-Wessun spoke with DX just lately concerning the lack of Sean Price and his legacy.

“I’ll inform you from my vantage level, Sean was within the studio with me once I was writing,” Steele stated. “I felt him. And sometimes once we do our reveals, once we speaking about issues like proper now, I can really feel him. I’ve been round son a lot that I do know what he can be saying to me proper now if he was proper right here.”

Read the total Smif-N-Wessun interview right here.

Producer G-Money Says He Has “No Hard Feelings” Toward J. Cole & Bryson Tiller Despite Lawsuit

Producer G-Money snagged J. Cole and Bryson Tiller, together with producers Foreign Teck, Boi1da, Vinylz, supervisor Cortez Bryant, RCA Records, Interscope Records, Roc Nation and Dreamville Records in a copyright go well with on Thursday (March 7). He alleges they used his 2013 monitor “Shawty So Cold” for Cole’s “Déjà Vu” and Tiller’s “Exchange.”

The producer just lately spoke with DX concerning the lawsuit.

“They didn’t simply hear my track on YouTube and say, ‘Oh I wanna make a track like that.’ They truly used my file,” G-Money stated.

Read the total interview with G-Money right here.

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