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J Prince and Friends Takeover Houston For His Birthday Weeknd

If you ever been to Houston during J Prince Jr.’s birthday weekend, then you know the excitement it brings to the city. Rap A Lot’s J Prince Jr. gathered the city for ”The Mob Ties Weekend”. Every year, he creates a festive weekend with a host of celebrity guests as he celebrates his birthday. This year, he invites Money Bagg Yo, Lil Kim, Blac Youngsta, YBN Nahmir, A Boogie with The Hoodie, YBN Almighty Jay, O.T. Genesis, and more.

He begins the weekend with ”The Family Dinner” a private affair presented by Martell. We were invited to one of Houston’s best parties to date this year. This party became filled with beautiful energy and vibes. It was great to see such a family affair. Everyone enjoyed the courtesy drinks, food, to even a special painting drawn live!

The after party kicked off at Club Mercy, where the Mob made their presence known.

March 11th is now J. Prince Jr. day in Houston, TX. Congresswoman Jackson Lee help present this proclamation as well as attending his block party in 5th ward that Sunday.  We were then invited to his block party in celebration to his birthday. Jr. had several guests appearances come through to celebrate with him.

J. Prince Jr. throws this celebration every year, allowing his city to become apart of some everlasting moments, especially in our hip-hop culture. His good deeds in the community has grown and has not gone unnoticed. That night of the block party, was a shooting beneath the building he was celebrating at. It was said there were two victims shot. As the crowd of hundreds fled the scene, it became a scary site to see. A scary site due to the positive motives Rap A Lot had to embrace to the city. This senseless act made the event less exciting. No one from the Rap A Lot camp had anything to do with this crime. It was just a dumb move made by someone steering for attention. The night was going great, until the devil became busy. Tabloids has made it seem as though this was Rap A Lot’s doing. As if it was enticed. After having the congresswoman present, as well as having family and friends at this event, someone still had the need to cause a gruesome scene. Besides the negative, this weekend was a highlight of the year for the city of Houston. We look forward to more of the March Madness and excitement this year from the Mob.

Today Rap A Lot brings Lil Uzi Vert in town for a live performance. Tickets are on sale now!



Backstage Bryan Gets Hypebeast Kreeg To Workout, And Then This Happens….

We had to make sure you take a look at this puppet with these tattoos and supreme underwear on. With his swagger with the fashion, this guy has to get his fits customed right?! This guy is definitely a gangterfied act! Backstage Bryan gets Hypebeast Kreeg to come to the Horsemen Worldwide World. Kreeg has to workout, and it doesn’t get easy for the kiddo. Bryan suffers getting Kreeg to put all efforts into getting fit. He had to entice the puppet with a blunt of that gas. This comedy get weirder as you watch in laughter! You can check these guys on IG at @hypebeastkreeg and @backstageBryan. Check it out below!

The Houston NOLA Boil Festival Becomes A Success

If you are from the south and never had crawfish, you are missing out on life! The NOLA Boil was curated by a host of Houstonians and New Orleanians, embracing the southern culture of food. The ”pinch, suck, peel, explains the protocol of eating crawfish. The all you can eat crawfish festival was held at Peggy Park March 10th 2018.

As we enter the gates to the boil, you receive the southern hospitality each step of the way. There were several vendors adding to the feel of known New Orleans festivals. With admission, you receive tickets for 2 free drinks. Limited tickets were for all you can eat crawfish. You can enjoy hookah, nice cocktails, and different southern foods.

As the day dims, what better way can you embrace New Orleans culture? With bounce artist 10th Ward Buck and Kilo on the mic. The crowds gathers up on court singing and dancing some of the hottest bounce tracks to vibe to.

This ever became multicultural as it gathered people together. We really enjoyed ourselves. There were plenty of fun and games for children as people danced their feets away. We anticipate a NOLA BOIL 2! We will keep you posted with that!

Exclusives: Psyco Sid Releases New Single “Hide For What” Watch Now

The Sokulwebe General Psyco Sid drops a new video for his new hit single “Hide For What” produced by DJ Chose. The Houston Artist let it be known he don’t have to hide from none. We all know once you drop the location, it’s up there! The production has a dope sound and becomes a street anthem. It becomes relative to any real man from the streets. As an Artist of 1501 Certified, Sid paves the way as an example of a real hip-hop artist from the south. His work ethnic and power moves Presents itself.

During his SXSW run, Sid tapped in and you noticed his presence was felt. His campaign was organic, as he grasped much attention including Executives throughout the weekend of the festival. Stay tuned for our experience with Psyco Sid and his camp during in Austin. Check out the video below!

Urban Fetes Presents Silent Listening Party:Trae The Truth – HomeTown Hero

The Texas Ambassador, Trae The Truth, gives his fans the Ultimate Silent Listening Party with Urban Fetes. With ABN and The Relief Gang, King Truth personally premieres his latest album ”Hometown Hero”. Hosting with his solider at hand, DJ Mr. Rogers is the recipe to God’s Will.

King Truth and DJ Mr. Rogers are true angels from heaven. Post-Hurricane Harvey, they put in overtime to give back to Texas during its worst times. They used their voice and power of their fans and audience. Trae had to hold back his project to work within communities and help the need. This listening party was another due diligence for Trae to give back to his fans.

Urban Fetes curated a dope Silent Listening Party for ”Hometown Hero”. The album just dropped today! Check it out now! See below the images of a door night.

Kidd Kidd Live In Houston

New Orleans Artist Kidd Kidd stopped in Houston on tour at Warehouse Live March 9, 2018. With his latest project ”Unquestionable”, he campaigns throughout the states and gives fans what they asked for.

Opening act, Roddy P, shuts down the stage before Kidd Kidd finish the show the dopest way.

Kidd Kidd brings his RLLNR team along on stage: Tu Blanco, Gelly, 91 Yung, and Benji Kaine. These talented artists are marking their territory as well as representing the Westbank of New Orleans. This was their first time performing live for Kidd to see. They all had fire to spit across the stage. They each have a distinctive presence, as they show team efforts. You can check them out on the ”Reallionaire Vol.1”.

We chopped it up with Kidd discussing the latest album and the culture of New Orleans and its music. He speaks on how music changed and our southern influence on the world in Hip-Hop. Stay tuned for our exclusive interview with Kidd and the squad.

Bad Boy Pioneer Craig Mack Passes Away At 46 Years Old

Hip-Hop artist Craig Mack, collaborator with Biggie Smalls dies today. He is remembered by his 1994 hot track, ”Flava In Your Ear”. He died due to natural causes while in South Carolina. He set the tone with Bad Boy as they began growing. It is said that Craig Mack changed his life and gave it to God. He began to see what matters the most. We are praying for his family and friends.

Rick Ross Is Hopitalized After Being Found Unresponsive

Maybach Music’s Rick Ross was found unresponsive in Miami yesterday morning. It is said that it can be from possible pneumonia. In reference to TMZ, it is said someone called 911 stating Ross was slobbing by the mouth yesterday morning. It is also said that his symptoms are heart related. It is known that he has had health issues before, suffering from seizures quite often. He has made a good weight loss and we pray that his health becomes stronger.

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