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Copper Cat Killed Up & coming dancehall artiste, Copper Cat (real name – Demar Graham), was shot and killed last night by unknown assailants who reportedly shot him in the head while trying to rob him of his BlackBerry cellphone. The incident reportedly happened outside the Waterloo Area home of his long-time mentor, dancehall/reggae veteran, Richie Stephens. R.I.P. Copper Cat.
Lil Wayne has no more love for the Big Apple. The platinum rapper has vowed to never set foot on a New York stage again after his recent incarceration.Following his release from jail in November, Weezy made appearances on “NBC’s New Years Eve with Carson Daly” and “SNL,” both taped in New York City, but he has no plans to perform in concert there. “They’d have to give me U2 money,” he told Rolling Stone.
Weezy’s feelings stem from his 2007 arrest in the city for attempted criminal possession of a weapon, for which he served eight months on Rikers Island.
Wayne wants to get far away from the City That Never Sleeps, eyeing vacations in Santorini, Hawaii, or the Napa Valley. “Your phone doesn’t work,” he said of the Northern California locale that came recommended by Drake. “I heard it’s a very relaxing place.”
50 Cent is wishing you “Happy New Year” on a new freestyle. The hip-hop mogul invites listeners to his party with champagne, blondes, brunettes, and even cocaine. “Happy New Year/ I got some liquor, got some hos, I got the music playing, come and have fun,” raps a celebratory 50, who shouts out his dog Oprah and cat Gayle. Live it up with Curtis below.
Download: 50 Cent – Happy New Year.mp3
Lil Wayne puts his dukes up in the video for “6 Foot 7 Foot,” the first single from Tha Carter IV, due this spring. The rapper portrays a boxer in the first images from the highly-anticipated clip, which seems to be inspired by the award-winning film The Fighter starring Mark Wahlberg.
Hype is building for the visuals, said to be amongst Weezy’s most ambitious to date. Featured guest Cory Gunz, his father/manager Peter Gunz, and the rest of the Young Money crew make cameos.
“I would love to tell everybody the concept, but there will be people trying to get the idea and put it out before ‘6 Foot 7 Foot’ drops,” Wayne’s videographer DJ Scoob Doo told MTV RapFix. “But once people see ‘6 Foot 7 Foot,’ I guarantee that it’s going to be a game changer.”
Tunechi is looking forward to debuting the vid, which was shot in Miami. “I have a few costume changes in the video, very different from videos you’ve seen me do. Can’t wait for everyone to see the video,” he wrote.