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Born 2 Rap is the tenth studio album by American rapper the Game. It was released on November 29, 2019 via eOne Music (now known today as MNRK Music Group). Its release coincided with the Game's fortieth birthday. It was advertised as his final album before retiring, although Game resumed his recording career in 2021. It features guest appearances from Dom Kennedy, Ed Sheeran, 21 Savage, Anderson .Paak, Bryson Tiller, Chris Brown, D Smoke, J. Stone, Just Liv, Masego, Marsha Ambrosius, Miguel, Mozzy, Nipsey Hussle, Osbe Chill, Red Café, Sly Pyper, ToBi, Travis Barker and Trey Songz.
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The Game announced Born 2 Rap as his final album, stating on social media: "I've had a great run & surpassed my rap goals a long time ago. It will always be 'QUALITY' over 'QUANTITY' from where I stand. The REAL music will always prevail & this album will cap off an amazing run".
Born 2 Rap was met with widespread critical acclaim. At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, this release received an average score of 82, based on four reviews.
RapReviews.com critic Steve 'Flash' Juon said, "Both the length and the effort he put into it justify why it took over three years for it to come out and all the bases are covered here. ... It's hard to find anything to complain about". AllMusic's Fred Thomas said, "It's a dense volume of street storytelling and especially reflective lyricism from this rap MVP, and even at its extensive running time, Born 2 Rap delivers lots of highlights". Will Lavin of NME said, "Born 2 Rap isn't just a library of classic records blended together: it's a lesson in storytelling, something The Game has never received enough credit for. ... There's a flawless project somewhere among the album's 25 tracks, which could certainly do with trimming". Aaron McKrell of HipHopDX said, "As it stands, Born 2 Rap is a proclaimed swan song that feels more like a playlist. Let's hope Jayceon has one more in him".
Porky Pig raps as the Notorious P.I.G. in a new clip from Space Jam: A New Legacy, and the video is drawing a lot of criticism on social media. This month, the sequel will finally be premiering in theaters and HBO Max when it is released on July 16. As with the original movie, it will feature Bugs Bunny and pals teaming up with an NBA legend for a high-stakes basketball game, but with LeBron James taking that role this time around.
Ahead of the movie's release, Warner Bros. released a new clip featuring Porky Pig going up against Don Cheadle for a rap battle. Daffy Duck even refers to him as the Notorious P.I.G., an obvious spoof of the Notorious B.I.G., as Porky hits the stage decked out to look like a famous rapper. Though he stumbles over his words at first, Porky - er, the Notorious P.I.G. - belts out a rap ripping into Cheadle, concluding with his famous "That's all, folks" catchphrase as the pig drops the mic.
Some might see the scene as a fun spoof of the hip hop genre, perhaps getting a kick out of the stuttering pig doing better in a rap battle than what most might presume. Others are finding the scene to be cringeworthy, and some fans are pointing to the Notorious P.I.G. as their new reason not to watch the movie. In any case, it's not exactly the response that the Space Jam 2 team was probably hoping for.
"At first, I thought Space Jam 2 was just going to be a bad blockbuster," wrote one fan on Twitter. "But now I'm thinking ... this thing might be BAD. This might be 2021's answer to Baby Geniuses 2. WB may be sitting on one of those movies that goes down forever on the shortlist of the worst of all time."
Another would-be viewer tweeted :"I wanted to take my niece to go see Space Jam 2, more so so I could see it as a tribute to a movie that formed my childhood and love for hoops and MJ, but after watching 'Notorious P.I.G' rap...Boss Baby 2 it is."
Meanwhile, some Space Jamfans are defending the Porky Pig rap battle scene by reminding the critics that Bugs Bunny rapped for the original movie. As one fan put it, "Bugs Bunny did a rap on the original Space Jam soundtrack so this is nothing new, honestly you watch this for the wacky silly send up of pop culture, why are people expecting anything else."
Even if Porky's rap is leading some fans to boycott the movie, that's nothing new either for the sequel. Others have previously boycotted its release due to a controversial tweet posted by LeBron James. Before that, many more said they wouldn't watch the movie after the cartoon skunk Pepe Le Pew was completely removed. It's been a tumultuous production, to say the least.
Space Jam: A New Legacy will be released in theaters on July 16. That same day, it will also be made available to stream on HBO Max. You can see what others are saying about the Notorious P.I.G. rap on Twitter.
The renewal was signposted earlier this summer when, days ahead of its launch, it was awarded over $12.6M in small screen tax credits from the state of California to move the Miami-set series west for a sophomore run.
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What we see in season 1 of Rap Sh!t is more in-sync with modern sensibilities about how the rap revolution is gradually enveloping mass audiences. The story functions on a very specific cultural representation and hence has a chance to essentially deep dive into the mechanics of how things work.
Season 1 did end on a cliffhanger as Shawna was searched by the police in the credit card scam she ran with Maurice. It all came crashing down for the wannabe rapper whose emotions have ebbed and flowed.
You might be wondering if the show has been renewed for season 2. We are here to answer all your questions with the most accurate information and rumors out in town within this article! Here is what we know:
The show has officially been renewed for season 2. According to a Deadline report on 18 July, which was before season 1 premiered, the show State of California awarded Rap Sh!t a $12.6 million tax credit to film the second season there. Estimates peg the production budget for season 1 at roughly six mil so this amount in itself mainly covers the cost of production.
Even if Shawna does go to jail, it might actually be a good crevice in her arc. Within the finale, we saw Mia go out on a date with Ca$h, who himself had gone to jail but came out to become a successful rapper. Maybe that is what is in store for Shawna as well, if she does go to prison. More details on this as soon as we hear something new.
Before the latest level of success, there was a long history of both freestyle and written doubles battles being held all over the world. U.K. outfit Jumpoff filmed 2-on-2 freestyle battles in a monster-sized tournament beginning in 2006. The World Rap Championships created many memorable 2-on-2s including The Saurus/Illmaculate versus both Jaze Juce/Frankie Wapps and Marv Won/Quest MCody. (Read our full article on that latter battle here.)
Also, check out the new merch...if you like it, cop some as all proceeds go toward exonerating and ultimately freeing the wrongfully convicted ICON we as a people owe so much to...#StillInnocent ? #Bismillah
As you may know, my father, Imam Jamil Al-Amin, formerly H. Rap Brown civil rights leader and humanitarian, was convicted of a murder he did not commit in 2002. Upon that conviction, we essentially abandoned him. No tangible noise was ever made and as such, my father's conviction and subsequent exile, a vendetta realized, has gone unchecked. The cruel and unusual punishment, the confession of another man, the medical neglect in hopes that he dies, the gag order, the federal holding of a state prisoner away from his attorney's and family, we've done nothing about anything and because of our lack of action, much like the man himself, the truth about this case and his legacy have been erased from public view.
If we don't commit to action, the same action he dedicated himself to for the entirety of his life, the same action many of you are benefiting from while he sits suffering silently, then we have turned our backs on our Imam...your brother and should be ashamed.
We have been fighting this fight in the courts for 20 years and because the outward appearance is that "his people don't even care about him," we haven't gotten anything more than "yes he deserves a new trial but no you can't have one" and again that's on us because, what have we done about it?
Alhamdulillah though, we've been afforded yet another opportunity and this time, we aren't even asking you to decide his guilt or innocence though it should be obvious, we are only asking that you help him get the opportunity to prove his innocence to you and salvage his name. A fair trial, where the man who confessed to this crime actually testifies, where constitutional rights are respected and where the state prosecutors misconduct is not overlooked and subsequently rewarded with a federal judgeship. No, we want a fair trial...that's all. 041b061a72